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    In response to the coronavirus outbreak, the Brooklyn City School District will remain closed now through Friday, May 1 per Governor DeWine’s order. The District has developed a detailed multiple-leveled extended closure plan to support our students. Our Extended School Closure Plan includes information on distance learning, grade and class specific instruction, available learning resources, school meal opportunities, and special education supports. All information can be found here on the District website. If you have any questions on where to find information, please call 216-485-8100. Thank you for your patience as we work through these difficult times and stay safe.

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Brooklyn School Hosts Guest Readers for Right to Read Week

Dr. Gleichauf Reads to 1st Grade Students

As part of its annual Right-to-Read Week celebration this week, Brooklyn School classrooms at every grade level hosted a series of guest readers on Wednesday, February 19, 2020.  During their visit, each guest reader brought an appropriate grade level book to read and discuss with students.  Students were also given the opportunity to get to know their special guest by asking questions about their chosen career and job duties.  This year’s scheduled guest readers included Brooklyn City School Superintendent Dr. Mark Gleichauf, administrators and staff, former Board of Education member Andy Celcherts, Mayor Katherine Gallagher, Police Chief Scott Mielke, Fire Chief Kevin Paul and representatives from the Brooklyn branch of the Cuyahoga County Public Library.  A fun time was had by everyone who participated.  Right-to-Read Week seeks to promote the importance of literacy and encourage students to read more through a variety of fun activities.  Throughout the week, students will receive a free bookmark, be eligible to win a free book, participate in a Principal's Challenge and attend an assembly featuring competition games between students and staff.  Thank you to all guest readers for spending time with our students and promoting the importance of literacy.

Brooklyn Police Chief Scott Mielke with Kindergarten Students





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