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      • Class of 2021 Graduation: May 27, 6 pm at Busch Stadium

      • LET US KNOW IF YOU ARE PARTICIPATING IN GRADUATION VIA THIS LINK  BY MAY 7, 2021

      • Senior Closing Bulletin  please use the link for detailed information about Final Exams, Senior Clearance, Grades, Transcripts, and Diplomas

      • SENIOR FINAL EXAMS: 

                         Monday, May 17 -- periods 1 and 2

                         Tuesday, May 18 -- periods 5 and 6

                         Wednesday, May 19 -- periods 3 and 4

                         Thursday, May 20 -- periods 7 and 8

     

    • Senior Clearance Days:   May 24 and May 25

    • In-Person Learning Request.  We have limited seating available for additional "in-person" students.  If you are interested, please call the school and the counselor will make her best efforts to accommodate the request. Please understand that our calculations are based on the class capacity, and the district health and safety guidelines.  Thank you for your understanding!
    • Bell Schedule (Starts January 11, 2021)  For a printable copy, please click HERE.
      • 1st/5th Block 7:30 am - 8:40 am
      • 2nd/6th Block 8:45 am - 9:55 am
      • Lunch Break 9:55 am - 10:30 am
      • 3rd/7th Block 10:30 am - 11:40 am
      • 4th/8th Block 11:45 am - 12:55 pm
    • Visitor Hours:   All visitors to Cleveland are kindly asked to make an appointment. 
      • Our Visitor Hours are 12 pm - 2 pm.  Thank you for understanding as we try to provide the safest environment for all! 

    CLEVELAND NJROTC HIGH SCHOOL

    Cleveland NJROTC 4939 Kemper Avenue 
    St. Louis, MO 63139
    Office 314-776-1301
    Fax 314-244-1744
    Hours: 7 a.m. - 1:07 p.m.
    Grades: 9-12 
     
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Principal's Corner

  • Welcome to Cleveland NJROTC Principal's Corner 
     

    Dr. Shearing

    January 29, 2021

    Dear Cleveland Cadets and Families:

    On January 12, 2021, the Board of Education voted to close Cleveland NJROTC High School and six other schools effective next school year -- 2021-2022.  The NJROTC program will be relocated within the District; at this time there is an application pending with the U.S. Navy to relocate to Clyde C. Millerl Career Academy.  Please know that there will be no immediate changes other than our partnering with you to ensure a smooth transition.  This is an opportunity for your student to determine what interests him or her most and to look at this change as an opportunity. In the meantime, you will be called by one of our Student Recruitment and Placement specialists.  He or she will work with you to determine the best school fit for your child.  Closing a school is always a difficult decision.  Our top priority in this effort is to ensure that your student and others across the District, have access to opportunities made possible by this consolidation.  We will keep lines of communication open throughout the process.  Again, this change is scheduled for next school year 2021-2022. 

     

    Sincerely,

    Dr. Shearing

     

     

     

     

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  • Important Memo Re: Assessments Dear SLPS Families, The Saint Louis Public School District strongly encourages all students to participate in standardized testing. One of the best ways we can ensure we are serving the academic needs of your child is through regular assessments. Each year, the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) determines which tests will be given by school districts and how the results will be counted or interpreted. As you may recall, last year, DESE canceled Missouri Assessment Program (MAP) testing due to the pandemic. Consequently, the most recent MAP assessment data we have for your student is now two years old. This year, DESE is requiring in-person testing for all students, MAP grade-level assessments (GLA) for grades 3-8 and MAP End of Course (EOC) exams for high school and advanced mathematics middle school students. Scores from these tests will not negatively impact student grades or district accreditation, however the assessments will provide a clear picture of where students are academically—information that is critically important to our district and the state. Federal and state funding for districts that predominately serve students who qualify for free and reduced lunch is also determined based on these results. Even if your student has been enrolled in virtual learning all year, we are required by DESE to administer the tests at school with a proctor. All safety protocols established by SLPS at the beginning of the pandemic will be followed, including health/temperature screening, social distancing, frequent sanitizing of work spaces and mandatory mask wearing by students and staff. We encourage you to reach out to your school principal for additional school-specific information, as needed.

    UPCOMING ASSESSMENTS ·

    EOC Testing at Cleveland:

    Government: April 5 - 8
    English 2: April 12 - 15
    Biology: April 19 - 22
    Algebra: April 26 - May 5
    Make-ups: May 11 - 19   ***By Appointment

    Thank you for your attention to this information. Again, please do not hesitate to reach out to your school principal for any clarification regarding this memo, or for questions related to COVID-19 protocol.

    Sincerely,

    Cheryl VanNoy, Deputy Superintendent Dr. Bertha Doar, Director of Assessment Office of Accountability, Research, Evaluation and Assessment Saint Louis Public Schools

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    shot New Vaccination Required: Before starting the 12th grade, students must receive a vaccine against meningitis, an infection of the fluid surrounding the brain and spinal cord (this is also for 7th graders entering 8th grade). If your student going into the 12th grade received his/her first meningitis immunization at the age of 16 or later, a second one will not be needed. Otherwise, two are required. Please have this immunization done as soon as possible and make sure your school nurse receives documentation. Please contact your school nurse or nurse coordinator at (314) 345-4401 with any questions.

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