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District Unveils School Theme: RealizeU
Our new school year theme inspires us to maximize our potential. Click here to read more.
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Important Strategic Plan Feedback Survey
We need your help and feedback. The district has committed to accomplishing its mission to personalize the educational experience for every student by implementing an aggressive strategic plan. We are completing year two of this plan and want to evaluate our progress from the perspective of our critical stakeholders, parents and staff. Much has been accomplished in the core areas of curriculum and instruction, parent and community engagement, flexible learning and shared leadership. This plan was never meant to be stagnant and your honest feedback will help us gauge progress as well as indicate possible next steps to continue moving towards the attainment of our vision. Please click here to take this very important survey: www.surveymonkey.com/r/ChagrinFalls  
RealizeU Recognition Breakfast Honors Chagrin Falls Schools' Educators
On April 28, teachers, students, parents, and administrators of Chagrin Falls Schools came together in the Performing Arts Center lobby to recognize 10 teachers who have inspired their students to reach their maximum potential. In expanding upon the district’s theme this year, RealizeU, principals selected students from each of their buildings to nominate a teacher who has made a difference in their lives. Those teachers were surprised during a breakfast presentation. The district unveiled the RealizeU campaign at the beginning of this school year. “RealizeU prioritizes our work toward personalizing learning and supporting each student in not only recognizing his/her potential, but also in acting upon it, or maximizing potential,” said Superintendent Robert Hunt. “Today, we recognize those educators and our K-12 commitment to each student...in an impactful, memorable, and inspirational way.” 
Parents and Community Come Together in Chagrin Falls to Build Innovation Center for Students
There will soon be a place where students in the Chagrin Falls Exempted Village Schools will thrive in a new, flexible learning environment. They will be able to research, collaborate, and innovate using a space that integrates technology, promotes creativity and encourages students to reach beyond traditional educational boundaries. A parent-led initiative is underway to build a flexible learning environment called the Innovation Center. Set to open this fall, the 4,300 sq. ft. center for students and teachers in grades 7-12, will integrate technology and creativity and promote designed thinking that aims to reach beyond traditional education boundaries. Aspects of the center will also support students K– 8 through Project Lead the Way STEM and robotics programming. Parents and the community of Chagrin Falls, under the guidance of the Chagrin Falls Educational Foundation, are working together to raise the funds needed to construct the new space, once again demonstrating the dedication and overwhelming support this community has for its students and teachers. 
1st Annual Daddy Daughter Dance
Presented by: Freshman Student Council.  Click here for more information 
The April Super News is now on-line
Please click here to view the April 2016 issue of the district's digital magazine, the Super News. 
Students Create Art Contest to Raise Money for Cambodia Orphans
Two students at Chagrin Falls Intermediate School combined their passion for art and community service into a contest that was open to their peers. The contest was created by students Ali Holtz and Wren Opperman.  
Chagrin Falls students team up with engineers from the Parker Hannifin Corporation for NFPA Fluid Power Challenge
On March 18, 20 eighth grade students at Chagrin Falls Middle School were hard at work competing in the National Fluid Power Association (NFPA) Challenge.

The NFPA Fluid Power Challenge is a competition that challenges eighth grade students to solve an engineering problem using fluid power. The students work in teams to design and build a fluid power mechanism, and then compete against other teams in a timed competition.

During their W.I.N. enrichment periods throughout the third grading quarter, students worked in teams of four to create their fluid power mechanisms. The Parker Hannifin Corporation sponsored Chagrin Falls Middle School and sent two of their engineers to work with the students weekly throughout the quarter to help the students with the challenge.
Chagrin Falls Exempted Village Schools
400 East Washington Street
Chagrin Falls, OH 44022
Phone: 440-247-5500
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