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Euclid Middle School (2804)

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Total Students Served

Grade 6 - Grade 8

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About Euclid Middle School (2804)


Euclid Middle School


Euclid Middle School is a safe inclusive environment where students grow, learn, and thrive. Organized with a focus on the middle school model, Euclid Middle School nurtures students at each grade level with instruction and peer interactions that are age-appropriate for their academic and social/emotional needs. Throughout the year, Euclid students and staff explore the 4 Core Values of Challenge, Community, Choice, and Character through the Every Student a Leader program. This program provides opportunities for student choice, service projects and outreach opportunities. The positive community and culture at Euclid Middle School is developed using the Positive Behavior Intervention Support (PBIS) program, called Be REAL (Be R espectful, E xcellent, A ccepting and a L eader). It is a proactive approach to establish behavioral support needed for all students in a school to achieve social, emotional, and academic success. Through Be REAL, positive behavior is recognized and rewarded on Core teams and throughout the school community. Additionally, Euclid continues to incorporate the Sources of Strength program and will participate in opportunities to provide social/emotional support for all students at Euclid with an umbrella approach including additional leadership opportunities through Latinos in Action, Student Council, WEB, and more. In addition to supporting the social/emotional needs of middle school students, Euclid also implements direct systems to monitor and impact the academic development of its learners. With a focus on both achievement and growth, all teachers and staff members prioritize the growth of students through four core classes (Language Arts, Math, Social Studies, and Science) and multiple exploratory options. Student academic assessment data is in the forefront of the conversation with a commitment to a PLC model that addresses the four questions: 1) What do we want all students to know and be able to do? 2)How will we know if they learn it? 3)How will we respond when some students do not learn? 4)How will we extend the learning for students who are already proficient? Teachers meet in PLCs every Wednesday to assess student data and adjust instructional strategies based on student need. Beyond the PLC model, Euclid is also home to a comprehensive Special Education Department that works to support students on IEPs and also enhance classroom instruction with co-taught classes. Additionally, Euclid has an extensive English Language Development (ELD) program with two full-time teachers who serve to support students as they build their English language skills. These teachers are also involved in the co-teaching model and work directly with general education teachers to develop lessons and assessments that monitor student achievement and growth. Mission Statement Euclid Middle School, in partnership with families and the community, will provide every student with an education focused on leadership skills, character development, and engaging learning experiences. All students will be challenged to achieve their greatest potential, within a positive, safe, and nurturing environment. The Building The school contains three floor levels, complete with classrooms, offices, gyms, and multi-use space. Included in recent construction is a secured vestibule that ensures all visitors are required to enter through locked doors and complete the required check-in steps before entering. The gymnasium functions as the instructional space for Physical Education and also hosts large community events such as Continuation and Honor Roll ceremonies. The library is located in the center of the building near student, teacher, and community access points. Housed within the library is our MakerSpace for project-based opportunities and hands-on learning as well as presentation areas for students and teachers. Also included in the library is a technology office operated by a full-time technician for students to access assistance when having trouble with their Chromebooks. The STEM wing, including audio/visual studios, a woodshop, and a metal shop, incorporates the latest in high-tech equipment for students to create and produce audio and video projects. The greenscreens and wide-range of tools such as laser engravers, 3-D printers, computer programs, allow for interactive projects and the opportunity for students to learn modern usage for immediate application during middle school and into high school and post-secondary careers. The cafeteria has multiple opportunities for engagement with activities such as a PTO-sponsored school store, a stage for interactive presentations, and modern audio/visual displays. Students enjoy lunch at the updated, interactive seating complete with high-top tables and large group tables. Every classroom has adaptable seating for interactive and collaborative use by the students and teachers. In addition to the main gymnasium, the school also houses a weight room complete with rowing machines, stationary bikes and free weights, and an auxiliary wrestling gym. Outside the school are three basketball courts, eight four-square courts, two tetherball poles, a climbing structure, an artificial turf football field, an all-weather track, and additional fields for multi-use purposes.



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