An Ounce of Prevention at Wiley Health Fair

Forms for cholesterol testing are explained.
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Wiley Middle School’s 1st Annual Health and Wellness Fair was viewed as a success by those in attendance. “This was good. This was a good event for the school,” replied one parent as she retired from the line dance instruction being held in the main foyer. With participation from health care professionals in the areas […]

O Fortuna, shining brightly on our kids

Bob Rosenbaum
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I’ve been attending music concerts in the Cleveland Heights-University Heights school district for longer than my memory allows – at least 45 years. So I have a lot of context when I state that Monday’s performance of O Fortuna from Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana was the most inspired, awesome and stirring performance I’ve ever heard […]

Tolerance, Kids & Our Schools

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How tolerant are we as a community? As biological creatures go, humans are not the most tolerant of specials. Mice and rats tend to be more adaptable to their environment and can take better advantage of shelter and resource limitations. Humans crave and need shelter and tend to make the environment conform around their basic […]

New school dashboard sends an important message

CH-UH Dashboard
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Have you seen the new CH-UH City School District dashboard? If not, you should take a look – especially if you’re someone who tends to be critical of public schools in general or this district specifically, or who tends not to vote for levies. In business, dashboards are management tools. They provide an immediate view […]

Diamonds in our Midst

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It is understandable if Heights residents occasionally take for granted some of our community’s most remarkable assets.  I was reminded of that yesterday when, on a beautifully sunny late morning, I found myself on the campus of John Carroll University with some time to kill. I had just finished taping a radio show in the […]