A duo of seniors in the culinary arts program at Jane Addams Business Careers Center took first-place at the "Burger Battle" . . .
CMSD wants every student to be excited about reading, and even though libraries are usually supposed to be quiet. . .
Are you as fit as a pro? According to the Cleveland Cavaliers, all of the students at Michael R. White sure are.
The gym at Warner Girls Leadership Academy was packed for the 3rd annual father-daughter basketball game. . .
When the Cleveland Cavaliers mascot and emcee showed up in Stacey Smith's classroom, the teacher thought her students were the ones being honored. . .
More than two dozen CMSD student-athletes came together to sign their college letters of intent on National Signing Day. . .
The Cleveland Browns Foundation is continuing its commitment to CMSD’s attendance campaign with the launch. . .
There’s a new coffee shop in Cleveland, and it’s in John Marshall High School. The Lawyers Café serves lattes, healthy fruit smoothies, and Rising Star coffee. . .
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. . .