From the Principal

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We are excited to begin another new year at The Cleveland Academy of Leadership. As a Franklin Covey Lighthouse School, we continue to build leadership capacity in our students on a daily basis. We see continual evidence of how students view themselves more positively and how their role at school is changing. They are becoming leaders to others and more importantly, leaders in their own lives.
I am grateful each day to be working with a staff that is so dedicated to our young people, our school, and community. As we begin another successful school year, we invite you to come visit our school and see the greatness inside.
Proud to be your principal, Fred Logan
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Celebrating!!  Back to School - Thursday, July 9th

Celebrating!!  Back to School - Thursday, July 9th
This fun-filled event will be held at the school on Thursday, July 9, from 3:00pm to 6:00pm. The afternoon event will give parents and students an opportunity to meet their teachers, pick up school supplies and school shirts, receive a school orientation, and learn about the community resources throughout Spartanburg. There will be plenty of food and games for the entire family. Join Us!!!
All photos are by John Byrum/The Spartanburg Herald Journal

The Leader In Me

The Leader In Me
The Cleveland Academy of Leadership continues the journey which is enhancing the strong academic focus on literacy, math, and science. The Academy has implemented the school transformational model, The Leader In Me based on The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey. The Leader in Me initiative promotes and challenges each student to become a leader. The entire school community incorporates the 7 habits in all daily work and activities as well as their personal lives. This journey aims to discover a new paradigm of leadership and to create a vision for the impact all young people can have.

Digital CitizenShip

Digital CitizenShip
Have you ever wondered whether all the time your child is spending online, watching TV, texting their friends, and playing video games is good for them? I know I have!
That’s why at The Cleveland Academy of Leadership we are making a commitment to teach students how to be good digital citizens.
We’ll explore topics like cyberbullying, online privacy, and creative rights and responsibilities. With strong digital citizenship skills, your child will be able to take advantage of all the wonderful opportunities of technology and learn how to handle the more challenging issues that they may experience.
The curriculum and resources we are using were developed by Common Sense Media, a national nonprofit organization. I encourage you to check out the free parent resources on Common Sense Media’s website (www.commonsense.org) so you can stay up-to-date on all things digital.
Please call on us at any time if we can do anything to help you or your children learn how to be safe, smart and responsible digital citizens.

Leader In Me Habit of the Week

Leader In Me Habit of the Week
Habit 2 — Begin With The End In Mind
Have a Plan
I plan ahead and set goals. I do things that have meaning and make a difference. I am an important part of my classroom and contribute to my school’s mission and vision. I look for ways to be a good citizen.
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