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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 High School Launches New Yearbook Class for 2019-2020 School Year

BHS Yearbook Class

Brooklyn High School proudly introduced several new courses for students at the start of the 2019-2020 school year, including a year-long Yearbook class.  The new elective course has generated a high level of student interest as approximately twenty-eight students are currently enrolled in the class taught by English Language Arts (ELA) teacher Jacinta Bader and Art teacher Joanne Becker.  Featuring a curriculum based on Ohio’s ELA standards, the Yearbook class supplements existing English classes by emphasizing speaking and writing skills, while also covering formatting, interviewing and photography techniques.  During a recent classroom learning activity, students were asked to practice their caption writing skills by creating a sample caption for a picture displayed on the screen.  Students then shared and performed a peer assessment of their captions with students at their table.  Each table then selected the best caption and shared it with the rest of the class.  Overall, the Yearbook class is excited to use their creativity and design skills to capture memories from the 2019-2020 school year!

BHS Yearbook Class Caption Writing Activity

 





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