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Mike Rosen, Cleveland parent, running for school board Posted February 25, 2015 3:07 pm by #Tucker_Johnson

Mike Rosen is an expert in cleaning up the largest messes humanity has made. With a doctorate in environmental sciences from the Oregon Graduate Center, now part of OHSU, Rosen spent years managing environmental cleanups for Oregon’s Department of Environmental Quality, including the response to the Portland Harbor Superfund site. After fifteen years leading PTAs, Site Councils, and parent activist groups, Rosen has decided to bring his cleanup skills to the Portland School Board.

Four seat... Read More

PPS adds extra school day for seniors Posted February 26, 2015 5:51 pm by #Emily_Diamond  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

It seems Portland Public Schools doesn’t want to say goodbye to this year’s seniors. There has been a recent decision to add an extra day of school for seniors in order for them to meet the allotted a... Read More

PPS changes transfer policy for 2015-16 school year Posted February 26, 2015 5:47 pm by #Emily_Diamond  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

A new PPS regulation that alters current boundary lines and prohibits transfers has stirred controversy amongst students, teachers, and parents in the district.

Currently, Portland Public Schools ... Read More

Senior IB students present extended essays Posted February 26, 2015 5:47 pm by #Emily_Diamond  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

The culmination of a year of research, writing, and editing exhibited in the form of 4,000 words was presented to the Cleveland community on the night of Feb. 9. Every student forecasted to complete t... Read More

Introverts at a disadvantage in school Posted February 26, 2015 5:39 pm by #Emily_Diamond  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

From a young age, society imposes on us that bolder is better, more gregarious people are happier, and outgoing people make better leaders.

Schools often comply with these ideals and are built to f... Read More

Soo repeats as PIL backstroke champion Posted February 25, 2015 5:50 pm by #Tucker_Johnson  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

Cleveland’s boys and girls swim teams had an excellent weekend at the PIL District Championships, but it still wasn’t enough to overcome juggernaut teams from Grant and Lincoln.

“Our swimmers had p... Read More

Taking on cultural appropriation and white entitlement Posted February 25, 2015 5:40 pm by #GwenFrost  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

Upon entering a certain Halloween party last October, I was surrounded by the usual teenage costumes; girls dressed like Tom Cruise from Risky Business (how cute that you’re not wearing pants while al... Read More

Grammy awards full of talent Posted February 25, 2015 5:36 pm by #Theo_B  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

The annual award ceremony and celebration of music was not without the ups and downs that come with each year’s show. Artists performed their latest (or greatest) hits for the audience, complete with ... Read More

Health: A carrot a day keeps the doctor away Posted February 25, 2015 5:28 pm by #Cleo  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

As a high school student, you are expected to participate in after school activities, do all of your homework, and get enough sleep. With these expectations, it can be really difficult to bother with ... Read More

February celebrates diverse cultures Posted February 25, 2015 5:24 pm by #ashley_lytle  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

The month of February holds two important events. For all of February it is Black History Month, a time to celebrate and remember the accomplishments of African Americans, and on Feb. 19, many gather ... Read More

Cleveland grad rate bests substandard state average Posted February 25, 2015 5:23 pm by #ashley_lytle  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

As we make our way through high school--some to college, some with alternative plans--many don’t stop to think about dropping out. However, the reality of the situation is that every year in the Unite... Read More

Cleveland bowler Ariana Montagne named district MVP Posted February 25, 2015 5:15 pm by #Cyrus_Lyday  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

With the bowling season coming to a close, the Cleveland/Milwaukee girls team is gearing up for the state tournament, while the boys team missed the second cut.
In the district tournament, which took... Read More

Studs and Duds: Meyers Leonard on the rise Posted February 25, 2015 5:03 pm by #Cyrus_Lyday  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

Meyers Leonard: The Portland Trail Blazers center stepped his game up during the absence of starting center Robin Lopez and replacement center Joel Freeland, and has earned minutes after the ... Read More

Mike Rosen, Cleveland parent, running for school board Posted February 25, 2015 3:07 pm by #Tucker_Johnson  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

Mike Rosen is an expert in cleaning up the largest messes humanity has made. With a doctorate in environmental sciences from the Oregon Graduate Center, now part of OHSU, Rosen spent years managing e... Read More

Cleveland teacher arrested and arraigned Posted February 25, 2015 3:05 pm by #Isabella  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

Word of Mr. Kanealey, a Cleveland government and economics teacher, being charged with two counts of patronizing a prostitute, traveled astoundingly fast after the first picture of his mugshot was twe... Read More

Love Column Don\'t be afraid to tell \'em how you feel Posted February 25, 2015 3:02 pm by #GwenFrost  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

Dear Gwen & Cleo,

I’ve been good friends with this guy for a while now, but recently I’ve started developing a small crush on him. I know I should just tell him how I feel, but I don’t want to mak... Read More

Meninists draw ire from feminists Posted February 25, 2015 3:00 pm by #Katherine_Jones  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

When you google “feminism,” the first definition to come up is Wikipedia’s, which states that feminism is “a collection of movements and ideologies that share a common stated aim: to define, establish... Read More

Six Pack: Congress, Kanye and Comedy Central Posted February 25, 2015 2:58 pm by #GwenFrost  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

Grammys get political- Pharrell Williams and Beyonce both had back up performers do the “hands up, don’t shoot symbol. Background dancers during Williams’ “Happy” act stopped mid-song to raise their a... Read More

Wrestling fourth at Don York Posted February 25, 2015 2:57 pm by #Bella_Forrest13  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

On home turf, the Warriors managed to blow away the competition placing 4th out of 18 teams on January 10th-11th at the Don York tournament for wrestling.
The tournament features many teams from pla... Read More

Finals Schedule Posted January 27, 2015 11:58 am by #AndySorensen  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

The finals schedule is as follows:

Wednesday (B Day)

Thursday (A Day)

There is no tutorial on Thursday, and no school on Friday. The following Monday is the start of the second semester and i... Read More

Six Pack: Cigarettes not cool, Westboro protests Portland Posted January 22, 2015 12:50 pm by #GwenFrost  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

Jeremy Renner is a middle schooler - When presenting a Golden Globe award with Jennifer Lopez, Renner handed Lopez the envelope to open. “Oh, you want me to open it? I’ve got the nails,” she said. Sta... Read More

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