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Commitment to Health Improvement Partnership includes our selves

To the Editor: (Plain Press, September 2015) In the July issue of the Plain Press, the following article appeared “Community Health Improvement Plan seeks health and wellness for all people in Cuyahoga County”. In it, the writers quoted Cuyahoga County’s Health Commissioner, Terry Allen, when he said, “Everyone deserves the right to be healthy.” As … Continue reading

PRE4CLE increases number of quality preschool slots

(Plain Press, September 2015) Last August, the Cleveland Metropolitan School District announced the launching of PRE4CLE, an effort to expand the number of quality preschool seats available to children ages 3-5 years living in the City of Cleveland (see PRE4CLE sets goals to expand quality preschool offerings in city of Cleveland, Plain Press, September 2014, … Continue reading

High-quality preschools have openings for 2015-2016 school year

SPACES AVAILABLE AT PRIVATE AND CLEVELAND METROPOLITAN SCHOOL DISTRICT CLASSROOMS (Plain Press, September 2015) There is good news for families in Cleveland who wish to send their 3- or-4-year-old preschoolers to a high-quality program this school year. According to PRE4CLE, Cleveland’s high-quality preschool expansion plan, private preschools and Cleveland Metropolitan School District classrooms that partner … Continue reading

20th Anniversary Celebration, Bigelow Garden

Gund Foundation gives $950,000 to CMSD schools

(Plain Press, September 2015) CMSD NEWS BUREAU:  The George Gund Foundation has awarded $950,000 to support new and innovative CMSD schools. The foundation approved $780,000 for three small high schools that make up the new John Marshall Campus, as well as the Cleveland High School for Digital Arts and the Cleveland School of the Arts. … Continue reading

Cleveland Public Theatre’s Student Theatre Enrichment Program

Housing market in Cleveland rates as one of the worst in the nation

(Plain Press, September 2015) A recent study, by WalletHub, compared 300 United States, large, midsize and small size cities on the health of their housing market. Cleveland ranked 294 out of the 300 cities studied. This means, according to the study, that Cleveland does not fare well as a place to purchase a home when … Continue reading

“We Care” Expo

National Night Out Against Crime

September 2015 Issue of the Plain Press – PDF