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    FIRST RING DISTRICTS STAND TOGETHER
    REGARDING INJUSTICES THAT HAVE OCCURRED & CONTINUE TO OCCUR ACROSS OUR NATION.

     

    The following is a public statement that I and 15 Superintendents in our First Ring Schools Collaborative of districts around Cleveland feel is necessary to make regarding the injustices that have occurred and continue to occur across our Country and our commitment to ALL do better.  I stand firmly behind these commitments and I hope you will do the same.

    -Dr. Charles T. Keenan, Superintendent

     

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    June 2, 2020


    A collective of superintendents that serve communities that border Cleveland, Ohio, the First Ring Schools Collaborative seeks to improve the education of our students so that they can experience life-long success.  We draw on our collective strength to collaborate, problem-solve and advocate for our school communities.

    Recent events in America have been a devastating reminder of the obstacles that our students, particularly our African American students, face.  Acts of violence against George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery and Breonna Taylor underscore the intransigent problem of race and discrimination that continue to cripple the progress and spirit of our country. 

    We condemn these acts and join the chorus of voices across the public and private sector that are demanding systemic change to address the brutal acts of violence against Black and Brown people in America.  Each of these acts is an assault not only on the individuals, their families and communities, they are also an assault on the soul of our country and the ideals that we seek to instill in our students.  Our hearts weep for the families of the victims.  Our hearts are heavy knowing that our students are profoundly affected by what we are all experiencing.

    The First Ring Schools Collaborative remains committed to ensuring that barriers are eliminated in order to assure all of our students receive the resources and support that they need to succeed at the highest levels as they matriculate through our school systems. We will continue to work in concert to identify and dismantle systems in Ohio that are an obstacle to our students' success.

    Advancing Education Together,
    Tracy Wheeler, Superintendent, Berea City Schools
    Andrea Celico, Superintendent, Bedford City Schools
    ark Gleichauf, Superintendent, Brooklyn City Schools
    Liz Kirby, Superintendent, Cleveland Heights University Heights City Schools
    Eric Gordon, Superintendent, Cleveland Metropolitan School District
    Tom Evans, Superintendent, Cuyahoga Heights City Schools
    Christopher Papouras, Superintendent, Euclid City Schools
    Bill Wagner, Superintendent, Fairview Park City Schools
    Chris Hanke, Superintendent, Garfield Heights City Schools
    Mike Barnes, Superintendent, Lakewood City Schools
    Charlie Keenan, Superintendent, Maple Heights City Schools
    Charlie Smialek, Superintendent, Parma City Schools
    Renee Willis, Superintendent, Richmond Heights City Schools
    David Glasner, Superintendent, Shaker Heights City Schools
    Linda Reid, Superintendent, South Euclid Lyndhurst City Schools
    Donald Jolly, Superintendent, Warrensville Heights City Schools

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Parking Permits (High School Students)


HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT AUTOMOBILES:
2018-19 REGULATIONS & PROCEDURES
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All students must obtain a parking permit by Wednesday, August 22, 2018*.  If a student does not have a permit, he or she is not authorized to park on school district property.  All students will need to provide a copy of their driver's license and proof of insurance for the vehicle that they are driving.

The Security Director will assign students parking.  The assignment of student parking is done in the following priority:

1.       Physically-challenged students;

2.       Seniors in a school sponsored work/study program requiring early dismissal from school;

3.       Juniors in a school sponsored work/study program requiring early dismissal from school;

4.       Students in good academic standing;

5.       Students with good attendance; and

6.       Suspensions  or other inappropriate behavior, or as deemed by administration, may result in the revocation of your parking permit.   

 Students are not permitted to go to their cars for any reason during the school day without the permission of an administrator. All cars parked on school lot must display the proper parking tag or the car may be towed away at the owner’s expense. If a student needs to drive to school on one particular day and does not have a parking decal, arrangements must be made with the community principal at least one day in advance of the day a parking space is needed. All school parking spaces are reserved and assigned. Proof that each student driver is fully insured must accompany any application for a student parking permit.  All vehicles displaying a student parking permit are subject to random search.

Students will be allowed to park, (legally, ie not in front of a fire hydrant, etc) on the streets surrounding the high school where the 2-hour parking signs are in place. 

Questions regarding student parking at the high school should be directed to the Director of Security at 216.438.6400, ext. 1042.


*Please submit your parking application asap since there will only be 50 parking spaces available*

*Parking permits can be obtained at the main office at Maple Heights High School.

 

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Maple Heights High SchoolGrades 9 through 12
One Mustang Way, Maple Heights, OH 44137