Where Children Learn Through Play!


Enrichment Committee organizes special programs for our students. Guest speakers visit our school and bring unique, hands-on activities with them. Here are some of the enrichment programs we bring in to the school each yearType your paragraph here.

Cleveland Metroparks Naturalists:

An excellent opportunity for students to experience nature first-hand with the guidance of a naturalist.  Naturalists adapt nature center programs to the classroom to help children learn about Northeast Ohio wildlife and their adaptations. 

Heights Libraries Visiting Librarian:

The Youth Services Department visits pre-schools and elementary schools in the Cleveland Heights-University Heights community four times a year to share stories, songs, and books. 

Cleveland Heights Fire Department:

The Cleveland Heights Fire/EMS Public Education Committee visits our school to talk about home fire safety for children and adults.


Digging for Dinos from the Cleveland Museum of Natural History:

Students discover the answer to the question "What does a paleontologist do?" as they excavate simulated dinosaur fossils, match skeletons with models, compare different types of dinosaur teeth and touch a real dinosaur fossil

Fairmount Presbyterian Church Senior Pastor Derek Starr Redwine joins us for a special book rading

Bandit the Therapy Dog:

Students visit with Bandit: A black lab with a big heart who gives a gentle touch.

                                       EcoExplorers with the Cleveland Metroparks: Animal Adaptations.  

This program provides a supplemental tool to the preschool curriculum governed by the Ohio Department of Education's Early Learning Content Standards. Utilizing a 24-foot vehicle; outfitted with a computer-powered 50-inch LCD monitor loaded with custom-created, interactive information, Eco Explorers helps connect preschoolers to the natural world

Olu Manns of HeartBEAT Afrika:

Shares his high energy and hands-on experience.  The kids enjoy the excitement as he involves them all in the tradition of creating a West African Drum Circle.