How many people are on your holiday shopping list? One Cleveland teacher had 505 - all the students at his school.
Preschoolers from Riverside School helped the whole District get in the holiday spirit. . .
Cavs players traded in their sneakers and jerseys for chefs hats and aprons as they helped carve turkeys. . .
Farm-to-table is a popular trend in the restaurant business nowadays, but not many restaurants can say the farm is next to the tables. . .
More than 200 teachers were nominated, and after a thorough review process, 10 were chosen as the first ever recipients of the “Excellence In Teaching Award". . .
Oliver H. Perry students put on an impressive show for the community each year to commemorate the late daughter of former senator, governor and mayor. . .
Nearly 200 CMSD students and educators had the honor of unfurling the giant American flag for the National Anthem ceremonies at Game 1 of the ALDS. . .
Scholars at Luis Munoz Marin stepped up to the plate with Cleveland Indians players of past and present to help officially begin the 2016 World Series. . .
Orchard STEM School received 500 Apple iPads recently after winning a grant. The school now has one device for every student and teacher in the building. . .
Nearly a thousand people filled the ballroom in the Hilton Cleveland Downtown to see District CEO Eric Gordon deliver his 6th State of the Schools address. . .
United Way of Greater Cleveland helped CMSD celebrate the close of Attendance Awareness Month by flipping flapjacks. . .
A broken hand couldn’t stop Cleveland Indians pitcher Carlos Carrasco from pitching in at Luis Munoz Marin School. . .
Hundreds of CMSD eighth-graders spent the day at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo during a larger than life kickoff event for the True2U mentoring program.
The start of football season is always exciting but having a brand new field makes it even better. Sashi Brown, the Browns executive vice president for football operations. . .