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711 E. 222nd Street, Euclid, OH 44123 | Phone 216-261-2900 | Fax 216-797-2998
                      

District

District Vision
Our professional staff will work to ensure that we deliver evidence-based instruction in every lesson, engaging every student, every day.
EVERY STUDENT, EVERY LESSON, EVERY DAY

District Mission
From pre-kindergarten through senior year, the Euclid City School District will provide an excellent education to our students and serve as an asset to our community. Our graduates will emerge from their high school experiences with college credit and/or industrial certifications.

District Core Goals
We will organize our efforts around three goals:
  1. Improve student achievement
  2. Maximize credibility within our community
  3. Practice fiscal responsibility

The Euclid City School District is located in Cuyahoga County, Ohio. Euclid rests just 13-miles east of downtown Cleveland, on the southern shore of Lake Erie. Our district provides enhanced educational and extracurricular opportunities for over 5,400 students enrolled in preschool through grade 12. With four elementary schools, one middle school, one high school and one Early Learning Center, Euclid Schools are committed to delivering a high-quality educational experience through every lesson, to every student, every day.
 
For the 2021-2022 school year, our Euclid consists of: 
 
Early Learning Village: Preschool (ages 3-5) & Kindergarten
Arbor Elementary School: Grade 1 through Grade 5
Bluestone Elementary School: Grade 1 through Grade 5
Chardon Hills Magnet School: Grade 1 through Grade 5
Shoreview Elementary School: Grade 1 through Grade 5
Central Middle School: Grade 6 through Grade 8
Euclid High School: Grade 9 through Grade 12  
 
The Board Administration office is now located at 711 E. 222nd St. (in the North Wing of the High School Complex). The entrance is labeled as Door 7 and is located in the Euclid Community Stadium Plaza.
face mask and Andrea Fields

The Weekly Callout May 8

The Early Learning Village's Fab Lab PPE project, Euclid High School student leadership and celebrations of Right to Read Week in this edition of The Weekly Callout. More +
thank you card

The Weekly Callout May 2

Celebrating our school lunch heroes and high school students find comfort in talking to students overseas in this issue of The Weekly Callout. More +
Edith Mellen artwork

Weekly Callout April 27

Artwork by a Euclid High School teacher goes international and Shoreview Elementary releases a video to wish students well in this issue of The Weekly Callout.  More +
Making PPE at Early Learning Village

Weekly Callout April 17 - Giving Back to the Community

Euclid City Schools gives back and wishes its students well in the latest edition of The Weekly Callout. More +
Volunteers serving food

Weekly Callout April 3

Feeding our families and teaching our children during the extended closure. More +
face mask and Andrea Fields

The Weekly Callout May 8

The Early Learning Village's Fab Lab PPE project, Euclid High School student leadership and celebrations of Right to Read Week in this edition of The Weekly Callout. More +
thank you card

The Weekly Callout May 2

Celebrating our school lunch heroes and high school students find comfort in talking to students overseas in this issue of The Weekly Callout. More +
Edith Mellen artwork

Weekly Callout April 27

Artwork by a Euclid High School teacher goes international and Shoreview Elementary releases a video to wish students well in this issue of The Weekly Callout.  More +
Making PPE at Early Learning Village

Weekly Callout April 17 - Giving Back to the Community

Euclid City Schools gives back and wishes its students well in the latest edition of The Weekly Callout. More +
Volunteers serving food

Weekly Callout April 3

Feeding our families and teaching our children during the extended closure. More +


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