At Cleveland Middle School, the School Counseling team offers individual counseling, small groups, and large group, classroom guidance lessons.
Cleveland Middle School Counselors
Mrs. Chesley Breitenbach
8th grade and the 7th grade Hogwarts Team
Mrs. Amy Hasick
6th grade and the 7th grade Superheroes and Olympians teams
Mrs. Breitenbach and Mrs. Hasick
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Attention 8th grade students and parent(s)/guardian(s):
High School Course Catalog
Innovative High School Program Information for 8th gradersApplication opens December 1, 2019Application closes Feb. 14, 2020Parent Nights at SSS High School January 30, 2020 and February 6, 2020 time TBDStudents selected for interview - dates are March 9th-20thStudents will be notified on April 8, 2020 about acceptanceStudents will need to respond (accept or decline) by April 24, 2020Link for more information: https://www.johnston.k12.nc.us/highschoolprograms
Are your rising 7th- rising 9th-grade students looking for an interactive and engaging summer STEM experience? Introducing the new Wake Forest University Middle School Summer Exploration Program! Our six-day, overnight summer program offers hands-on learning of STEM topics such as forensics, genetics, hydrology, and epidemiology led by our very own Wake Forest faculty and staff. Students will engage in learning through the lens of a Zombie Apocalypse on campus. They will be challenged with the task of curing the infected and preventing the spread of a mysterious toxin before the entire campus becomes contaminated.
Our summer 2020 application is live. Apply today!
If you are interested in learning more about our program, click here or feel free to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics - Exciting Opportunities for Summer
Through interactive and hands-on activities, students will embark on a series of STEM adventures. These non-residential, day programs are held on NCSSM's Durham Campus and in Wilson, NC.
For rising 7th to 9th grade, we introduce students to exciting topics at a critical age for engaging and encouraging their interests in STEM. Courses are each one week-long session that begins on Sunday afternoon and culminates on Friday afternoon at our Durham campus or Brevard, NC.
Now Funded by Summer Accelerator, Step UP to STEM is a free one-week residential course for underrepresented minorities. It is an innovative interdisciplinary academic program that uses exciting real-world subjects to challenge current 8th graders (rising 9th graders) across North Carolina and build their skills in science, math, and communications. The program is open by application to African American, Hispanic American, and Native American 8th graders who live in North Carolina. Application opens on December 2.