St. Mary Chardon enjoyed a visit from Bryan Pflaum from the Cleveland Clinic on their last week of school announcing that the school has again won the distinction of banner school for the 2017-18 school year. By meeting stringent implementation and participation criteria, Banner Schools maximize student enrichment, promote continuous programmatic improvement, and earn a distinction shared by fewer than 30% of the 179 schools in four states that participated in 2017-2018 Civic Education programming. This award recognizes schools that have gone “above and beyond” in leveraging Civic Education programming to advance student learning.
The Cleveland Clinic shared, “Civic Education offers programs designed to promote health and wellness, academic achievement, and career preparedness for students in grades K through 12. It takes ambitious teachers and supportive administrators, though, to deliver these opportunities to students; and while we appreciate and applaud all of our education partners, we recognize these select few for being pacesetters.”
About St. Mary School
St. Mary’s School Chardon is a Catholic School for grades preschool through 8 where students are encouraged to develop academically in an environment of faith, with a vision for the future. For more information visit St. Mary School Chardon or contact Maureeen Intihar at firstname.lastname@example.org or 440-286-3590
Pictured In Cover Photo: Liam Ptasnik, Becky Thur, Grace Rowan, Mrs. Sarah Allin, Father Dan Redmond, Bryan Pflaum, Principal Mary Petelin, Grace Wayne, and Jamie Graham