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The Panther Press 2/18/22

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Posted Thursday, March 3, 2022

The Panther Press 2/11/22

We have created a Panther Press news outlet to distribute electronically every Friday. The Press is set up like many online news websites. Almost everything on the "Homepage" is clickable and will take you to your desired article or piece of information.  Each subsequent page has a return button at the bottom. The return button will bring you back to the Homepage from where you can click on another story that may be of interest.


Please take a moment to read about the many wonderful activities going on around our district. We hope this will serve as a resource for you to find District Links and Information.


This new page takes the place of the Weekly Callout.
In order for the document to be interactive, you may have to download the PDF and open it on your computer.

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Posted Friday, February 18, 2022

January 2022 COVID-19 Communication

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Posted Thursday, January 13, 2022

Bi-Polar Ionization Information

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Posted Tuesday, January 11, 2022

One School, One Book: EMS

At Euclid Middle School we plan to enjoy One School, One Book.  One School, One Book is the flagship program of "Read to Them", a national nonprofit based in Richmond, Virginia. The organization’s mission is to create a culture of literacy in every home and is designed to strengthen the educational connection between home, school, and the community. The book we have chosen this year is Flying Lessons & Other Stories We would like to invite you to join us in this shared reading experience. In addition to reading the book together as a school, we plan to have assemblies, book talks, and a virtual meet-the-author event.  We have created a partnership with the Euclid Public Library as we will invite one of the authors to speak with us as we read the book.  Some of the reasons for our participation in this activity is to:

  • Improving listening comprehension

  • Increasing vocabulary

  • Providing fluency models

  • Promoting conceptual understanding

  • Lengthening attention spans

  • Creating a positive attitude toward books and reading

  • Enjoy a shared experience

Reading aloud sharpens the imagination, creates healthy dialogue, and engenders in children a love of reading.  When children listen, they learn about their own lives and the stories of others around the globe. In addition, reading to children strengthens the emotional bonds between the adult reader and the child, providing those positive parent-child connections essential to a child’s psychological health and academic growth. In a time where we are coming back together, we can think of no greater way to do so than through a love of literature. 

   

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Posted Monday, January 10, 2022

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