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Attendance Plays A Key Role In Every Child's Academic Success-Target 11 Attendance Initiative

Parents and guardians play a critical role in school attendance. The Cleveland Metropolitan School District, working with community partners, will continue the Target 11 Attendance Initiative. Target 11 enables school officials and community partners to more closely monitor each child’s attendance at school while also educating the families on the importance of good attendance records. 

Each day your child is absent from school negatively impacts his or her attendance percentage, which in turn negatively impacts overall academic progress. Target 11 is designed to educate parents on the tracking procedures used for attendance. The objective is for students to not miss more than 11 days of school, thus meeting a 93 percent attendance goal.

Children who exceed 11 absences this year will be referred to our community partners such as the Department of Children and Family Services and the Cuyahoga County Juvenile Court.

For more information, contact: 
ADM/Attendance Office at
1440 Lakeside Avenue
Cleveland, Ohio 44114 
or call:  216.592.7229

 

Naviance

Naviance Succeed is a fully integrated solution designed to help raise student accountability and performance across a number of key indicators leading to increased engagement, improvements in academic performance and overall workplace and college readiness.

 

Curfews

Minor children are subject to Curfew Enforcement and will be picked up by the City of Cleveland police if they are out beyond the curfew time set for their age group.

605.14 Minor Night Curfew

12 years & under – Darkness until Dawn 
13 to 14 years – 9:30 p.m. until 5 a.m. 
15 to 16 years – 11 p.m. until 5 a.m. 
17 years – Midnight until 5 a.m. 
... unless accompanied by a responsible adult over 21 years or family member 18 years or older.
Fines of up to $150 plus court costs will be issued to parents for curfew violation. 

605.141 Minor Daytime Curfew on School Days

6 to 17 years – 10 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. 
... unless accompanied by a responsible adult over 21 years or student possesses an authorized note from school. 
Fines of up to $150 plus court costs will be issued to parents for curfew violation.

Emergency Information

Sometimes emergencies or unexpected situations occur. When this happens, the District must locate a child’s parent or another adult who can care for the child. Emergency information is very important if a child is injured or gets sick, or if the school must close early due to an emergency or weather conditions.

An Emergency Information Form is part of the Student Information Packet. Parents/guardians should complete the form accurately and return it to the child’s school. Changes in information should be shared with the school as soon as possible.

Responsible Sexual Behavior Initiative

The Cleveland Metropolitan School District has become one of the nation's trailblazers for comprehensive sexuality education, including pregnancy and disease prevention with the creation of its Responsible Sex Behavior Program.

Below are web resource links that will help you prepare and discuss this important issue with your school age children.

Ferndale Middle School

Serving Grades 6-8

Ferndale Middle School is incredibly unique. FMS offers the small-community feel and personalized attention that Ferndale Schools is famous for, with unprecedented opportunities that come with being located on the Ferndale High School campus.

The mission of Ferndale Middle School is to challenge its school community to attain its highest levels of achievement while providing an environment that is safe, orderly, and respectful of individual and cultural differences.

Points of Pride 

  • Opportunities for advanced students to take high school classes and compete in high school band
  • 3 years of Spanish
  • 25% of student body in National Junior Honor Society
  • 6th grade Overnight Camp
  • 8th grade trip to Washington D.C.
  • Student Activities: SAFE Night, Green School, charities, athletics, clubs

 

Academic Excellence

Nearly 25% of FMS students are inducted into the FMS National Junior Honor Society for high academic achievement. FMS also offers many honors classes to its students. FMS students interested in extra homework and studying help can participate in after-school tutoring sponsored by the Ferndale High School National Honor Society and Ferndale Youth Assistance.

Electives 

Ferndale Middle School offers more elective classes than any other middle school in Southeast Michigan. These electives allow students to customize their education to what interests them.


World Languages

Beginning in the fall of 2018, Ferndale Middle School will offer Spanish classes for all three years, from 6th-8th grade. Students completing three years of Spanish in middle school at a satisfactory level will be able to enroll in AP Spanish when entering Ferndale High School.


STEM (Science, Technology, Mathematics, Engineering)

PLTW provides engineering and biomedical science curricula that challenges and inspires middle school students. Students get rigorous and relevant experiences through activity-, project-, and problem-based learning. They use industry-leading technology to solve problems while gaining skills in communication, collaboration, critical-thinking, and creativity. 

PLTW is the nation's leading STEM solution and is taught in over 6,500 schools across the country. Ferndale Middle School is the only middle school in the area to have PLTW and is currently offering two foundational units: designing and modeling, and automation and robotics. 


Cambridge Program

The Cambridge approach aims to develop learners who are:

  • confident in working with information and ideas - their own and those of others
  • responsible for themselves, responsive to and respectful of others
  • reflective as learners, developing their ability to learn
  • innovative and equipped for new and future challenges
  • engaged intellectually and socially, and ready to make a difference in the world.

Beginning in 2017, Cambridge ELA curriculum will be used to deliver ALL middle school ELA course content.

Cambridge Curriculum for all students:

 

 Social Studies (Global Perspectives)

Language Arts (ELA)

 6th - 8th

6th - 8th 

 

Honors Classes offered for those who qualify:

 

 Math

Language Arts (ELA)

 6th - 8th

6th - 8th 

 

Performing Arts

One of the hallmarks of a Ferndale Schools education is the opportunity to participate in the district’s award-winning fine arts program. FMS students are offered opportunities to participate daily in Wind Ensemble; Symphony and Jazz Band; Symphony, Concert and Fiddlers Orchestra; and Advanced, Concert and Jazz Choir. All ensembles participate in concerts and large group festivals, where they consistently receive superior and excellent ratings.

Educating the Entire Child 

Ferndale Schools is dedicated to educating the entire child. That is why we offer awesome athletic electives like Gym and Swim, but also encourage students to leave their comfort zones and be leaders in electives like Speech and our Peer-to-Peer class, in which a mentor student is matched with a special education student for one-on-one support.

After-School Programs

Ferndale Middle School school provides an active after-school program that includes additional opportunities to participate in sports. All sports are available for both 7th and 8th grade students who are eligible.

 

 

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