The Office of Government and Community Relations’ Civic Education Department of the Cleveland Clinic announced on Monday that Gilles Sweet Elementary, Lewis F. Mayer Middle School, and Fairview High School have been named 2017-2018 Cleveland Clinic Banner Schools.
This award recognizes the school’s noteworthy success in leveraging community resources to advance student learning.
The Cleveland Clinic Civic Education Department offers programs designed to promote health and wellness, academic achievement, and career preparedness for students in grades K through 12.
The announcement from the Cleveland Clinic recognized each school’s program:
“The effort you invested in implementing the Dangerous Decibels® program demonstrates an exceptional commitment to student enrichment and distinguishes Gilles-Sweet Elementary as a 2017-2018 Cleveland Clinic Banner School.”
“The effort Colleen Sliwinski and Annie Clouse invested in implementing the Adventures in Health Science and Medicine (AHSM)® and eXpressions® programs and the support you provided in the process demonstrate an exceptional commitment to student enrichment and distinguish Lewis F. Mayer Middle School as a 2017-2018 Cleveland Clinic Banner School.
“The effort Ryan Graff and Chris Kaminski invested in implementing the eXpressions® program and the support you provided in the process demonstrate an exceptional commitment to student enrichment and distinguish Fairview High School as a 2017-2018 Cleveland Clinic Banner School.”
This is a distinction earned by fewer than 30% of the 179 schools in four states that participated in Civic Education programming this year.