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Cloverleaf Elementary School News
Experience physics on April 27
Each year, Mr. Vaughn’s CHS Honors Physics students create exciting projects to explain physics concepts to elementary students. The demonstrations feature catapults, air cannons, rockets, lasers, robots and more. This year, the public is invited to a special free evening presentation of the projects from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Monday, April 27, at Cloverleaf Elementary School. 
Social Media Awareness for Parents
On May 12, Cloverleaf hosts Social Media Awareness for Parents. You don't want to miss this parents-only opportunity to learn how to keep your child safe from online dangers. Investigators from the Ohio Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force will offer tools and information on how to monitor phone and social media use. Parents of students of all ages will benefit. We hope to see you there for this important event. 
New kindergarten readiness assessment
Beginning with the 2014-15 school year, the state of Ohio is adopting a new kindergarten readiness assessment. The assessment simply provides a starting point for each student and does not prohibit any child from entering kindergarten. Please click HERE to visit the Ohio Department of Education's Web site and learn more. 
Summer enrichment opportunities
Parents: Looking for ways to keep the learning going all summer long? The Medina County ESC has compiled a list of summer enrichment opportunities in Northeast Ohio for all ages. Click HERE to check it out! 
School Climate Parent Survey
We want to know what YOU think about Cloverleaf Elementary School. The information from this anonymous survey will help us improve student relationships, learning conditions and the school's overall environment.  
Preschool screening is May 20
Peer model screening for 2015-16 preschool students will take place Wednesday, May 20, at Cloverleaf Elementary School. There will be two screening sessions: 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. 
Safety City Registration deadline is June 1
Students 5 years or older entering Kindergarten for the 2015-16 school year can learn important safety rules from certified teachers in a fun way at Cloverleaf Safety City June 15-19. 
New Colts hats & T-shirts are in
The latest Colts spirit wear is now available through the Cloverleaf Rec Center.  
Check out the NEW Principals' Blog!
Hey, Cloverleaf Elementary School Families! Check out the new blog by Mr. Falkenberg and Mrs. Martin! It's a great place to find news, photos and videos of all the great happenings at Cloverleaf Elementary School. Just click HERE or find the link in the menu on the left of this page. 
Market Day order forms
Market Day flyers are now available at Cloverleaf High School, Middle School and Elementary School. Completed order forms must be dropped off at Cloverleaf Elementary.  
It's Thunderbolt the Wonder Colt!
Show your Colt pride on your car, wall or locker with Thunderbolt the Wonder Colt.
 
Get your elementary school Cat's Meow!
Cloverleaf Elementary PTO has Cat's Meow figures of Lodi, Seville and Westfield elementary schools! They make great keepsakes -- and help raise money for the many PTO activities that support Cloverleaf students.  
Pick-up and drop-off procedures
Student drop-off and pick-up procedures at Cloverleaf Elementary School are very important for the safety of our students. All parents bringing students to school and picking up students are to use the Buffham Road entrance next to the tennis courts.
 
Cloverleaf Elementary School

   8337 Friendsville Road
   Seville, Ohio 44273   
  
   Principals

   Karen Martin
   Preschool through Second Grade
   330-302-0103

   Robert Falkenberg
   Third through Fifth Grades
   330-302-0102

   Important Numbers
   Attendance: 330-302-0101
   Main Office: 330-302-0103
   Student Registration: 330-302-0102

   At Cloverleaf Elementary School ...
   I can be Respectful
   I can be Responsible
   I can be a Problem Solver
   I can be Safe

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