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ATTENTION all 6th Graders!
The state of Ohio has added an additional immunization (a total of2 shots) for students entering the 7th grade.Currently your child is required to get a Tdap vaccine (Tetanus, Diphtheria, Pertussis) to begin their 7th gradeyear. Also, in addition, your child will now need a Meningococcal vaccine (meningitis). A second dose ofMeningococcal vaccine will be needed before their 12th grade school year. This second dose of theMeningococcal will be given after age 16. Besides your healthcare provider, below are resources to receivethese two required vaccines. In summary, for your child to BEGIN the 7th grade school year, both a Tdapvaccine and a Meningococcal vaccine are required. Please give any documentation of these to the schoolhealth office before the first day of school to avoid any exclusions. We look forward to helping your child stayhealthy and ready to learn.
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Elementary School Supply Lists for 2019-2020 School Year

2019-2020 Elementary School Supply Lists

Spring Concert “Rag to Rap”

Summer Reading List 2019 for Students Entering 2nd, 3rd, 4th 5th, and 6th Grade (Download the PDF file to access the Assignment Links in the document.)

Know your flu facts!

 Myth #1: You can get the flu from the flu vaccine.
FALSE This is impossible. The flu vaccine contains an inactivatedvirus or no flu virus at all, so it cannot give you the flu.

Myth #2: The flu is just a bad cold.
FALSE The flu is a serious disease. It is a highly contagious viralinfection of the respiratory tract (nose, throat, and lungs) that cancause secondary complications and attack other organs in thebody. Every year in the U.S., approximately 200,000 people arehospitalized and tens of thousands of people die because of theflu. In fact, influenza kills more Americans every year than anyother vaccine-preventable disease - upwards of 56,000 people,including approximately 100 children.
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Welcome to the Richmond Heights PEL Parent Coordinator Page!!!

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Who/What is PEL

The Parent Engagement Coordinator serves as the liaison between school and parents, relaying the needs of one to the other. The PEL Parent Coordinator also promotes the sharing of power with parents as decision-makers, assisting parents in understanding the educational system so that they may become better advocates for their children’s education.

Your Richmond Heights PEL Parent Engagement Coordinator is available via email anytime to answer questions, offer support, and receive INPUT & FEEDBACK.



Title I  

What is Title I?

Title I, Part A of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) provides assistance to states and school districts to meet the needs of educationally at-risk students. The goal of Title I is to provide extra instructional services and activities which support students identified as at risk of failing to meet the state’s challenging performance standards, most specifically in math or English/language-arts.


What will Title I programs do for my child?

The Title I program will provide your child with supplemental educational assistance beyond the regular classroom.


How can I get involved?

Parents, you can influence the success of your student in school more than any teacher or federal program. By becoming an active participant in the Title I parent involvement plan at your school, you will: 

  • Serve as a role model, showing your student that you support his/her education.
  • Assure that you are aware of your student’s educational progress; thereby demonstrating its importance.


What does research tell us?

Research shows that how well students do in school depends a great deal upon how much their parents get involved in their education. You can become more involved by: 

  • Joining local and national school/parent organizations
  • Supporting school extra-curricular activities
  • Volunteering at the school
  • Attending parent-teacher conferences
  • Communicating with your student’s teacher regularly, by writing notes, telephoning the school, etc.
  • Keeping your student’s teacher informed about events in his or her life which may affect his/her performance at school
  • Discussing with your student’s teacher and parent organizations other ideas for parent involvement

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