Dear Cloverleaf Families,
It is my honor to continue to serve the Cloverleaf Local School District as high school principal. Cloverleaf High School has a proud tradition of academic excellence, and I enjoy playing a role in continuing and advancing this tradition.
A few of the many new or improved opportunities for our students that we are particularly excited about include added Advanced Placement courses (We are now up to 12 AP offerings), more targeted service to gifted students, a continued commitment to inclusion, and more meaningful career advisory. This dedication to the continual improvement of programming across the entire spectrum of educational services enable CHS to offer a challenging and appropriate program to ALL students we are fortunate to serve.
As the state of Ohio continues to raise expectations for student achievement and increase our accountability to our stakeholders, we are working diligently to meet these challenges head on. We are proud to let our community know that on the most recent report card, students at Cloverleaf High School showed increased levels of growth and achievement in several areas (as we have for each of the past three years). We are never satisfied with "good enough" and are fully committed to our continual improvement. It is our responsibility to meet the needs of our students while making our community Cloverleaf Proud.
We are eager to share with our community what we do here at CHS and encourage our families to take a look at these pages to learn more:
- PLCs (Professional Learning Communities). This page explains the 4 essential questions that guide our work and how we seek to answer them.
- Curriculum maps. These maps are developed by our teacher teams and reflect a collaborative effort to ensure a guaranteed and viable curriculum for every student regardless of which teacher the student is assigned to. Keep in mind that maps- as they should be- are a work in progress and are continually being tweaked to reflect ever-increasing professional understanding of appropriate pacing, curriculum priorities, student learning needs, and clarity in expectations.
Please do not hesitate to contact Mr. Bart Randolph, Associate Principal or me with any questions or comments you may have. To stay informed regarding the great things happening at CHS, click the link below to follow the CHS Principal Twitter Page.
Thank you for all that you do to support student learning. Let's look forward to a successful 2019-20 school year!
About the Principal:
The 2019-20 school year marks my 27th year in education and my ninth year with Cloverleaf Local Schools. I came to Cloverleaf with 18 years of teaching experience at the middle school, high school, and college levels. My undergraduate and graduate degrees are from The University of Akron, and I attended Ashland University to earn both my Principal and Superintendent licenses. I am the mother of four children, two of whom are still school age and attend Cloverleaf Local Schools. My family and I happily reside in the Cloverleaf District.