Cmsd Student Assignments Discovery

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Dozens of Cleveland Metropolitan School District high school students will head to the polls in a few weeks, not just as voters but some as election workers.

It's all part of the program "The Future of Democracy."

Trainers from the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections have been working with the students. One of the goals is to get them trained to work Cleveland's Sept.12 primary and the November general election.

The Board of Elections is recruiting Cleveland students to be assigned to each of the city's 140 polling locations. You have to have at least a 2.5 GPA and be at least 17 years old by Election Day.

Gayle Gadison with CMSD says this is a long-standing partnership made to engage the students and give firsthand learning.

"This is a great training because everything is hands-on. they don't sit there and read it from a book or be lectured to. They are actually going through the things that they'll have to know how to do on Election Day," she said.

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All CMSD schools provide a full continuum of services for students with mild to moderate learning and behavioral issues.  Depending on the child’s needs, he or she may receive instruction in the regular education classroom with accommodations and supports, or in a small-group resource room setting for some subjects, or in a single classroom environment for all core subjects.  All CMSD schools have access to speech/language pathology, occupational therapy, physical therapy, audiology, and orientation/mobility services. For children with multiple or low-incidence disabilities, severe cognitive delays, or significant emotional/behavioral concerns, CMSD offers specialized classes within schools in every region of the city.

Transportation Information

The District provides yellow bus service grades K-5 for all students who live at least a mile from their “assigned school.” In grades 6 through 12, CMSD will pay the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority to transport students who live at least a half-mile from their “assigned school.” If a student chooses to attend another school that isn’t their “assigned school” or a designated “specialty” school, then the District may not be able to provide transportation services. For information about transportation options, call 216.634.7020. Additional services available from Pre-K to 12 based on a student’s special needs and Individual Education Plan. Contact the student's IEP case manager at the school for details.

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The CMSD enrollment page is at: Students and families wishing to change their school choice for next year can do so at the online Student Registration Center at (also accessible from the enrollment page). Making the right school choice is of critical importance, so go online or call 216.838.ENRL (3675) to ensure your choice is made.

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