District News
Cloverleaf phone system
Over the next several days, Cloverleaf will be transitioning to a new telephone system. As a result, some of the old numbers are no longer working. A new directory with updated telephone numbers will be posted soon. In the meantime, to reach one of the Cloverleaf offices, please dial 330-948-2500 and follow the prompts. You may also use e-mail to contact Cloverleaf staff. Thank you for your patience!  
Save with the Colt Card
The new 2014 Colt Card is now being sold by the Cloverleaf High School Football team. The card offers savings at many local businesses in Seville, Lodi and Medina. 
Commemorative bricks from Westfield School
Take home a piece of local history and support two important community groups by ordering an engraved brick from the former Westfield School. 
7th & 8th volleyball begins Aug. 4
7th- and 8th-grade volleyball begins Monday, Aug. 4, at Cloverleaf Middle School. Time is 9 a.m. to noon. See you there! 
Elementary School registration dates
It's registration time at Cloverleaf Elementary School!
 
Need a tent for a graduation party or summer gathering?
The Cloverleaf Music Associates have two tents available for rental. They set it up, take it down, and all the proceeds benefit Cloverleaf music programs. Please click HERE for more.  
Open gym for 7th & 8th volleyball
There will be volleyball open gym for incoming 7th- and 8th-graders July 15, July 22 and July 24 from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. at the Rec Center.  
Stellar season for Academic Challenge
The CHS Academic Challenge team has completed the most successful season in school history, winning the 2014 WEWS-TV 5 championship and earning a spot at the national competition in Chicago. Coach Cameron Flint shares some of the highlights. 
Inaccurate Letters to the Editor
Unfortunately, there has been misinformation printed in recent Letters to the Editor regarding the Cloverleaf High School principal's position. Please click HERE to read a column by Superintendent Daryl Kubilus that shares the facts. 
Lunchtime concert tour
On June 3, Cloverleaf Superintendent Daryl Kubilus made good on a promise -- with a little help from long-time friend and Westfield Center resident Jim Carey. 
CHS top contributor to Pennies for Patients
Cloverleaf High School was recognized May 28 as the top contributor to the Northern Ohio Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s 2013-14 Pennies for Patients Drive. Organized by CHS’s National Honor Society, the campaign raised $2,618.95 to help cure blood cancers and to assist patients and their families. 
Model U.N. teams compete
The CMS Model U.N. teams recently took part in the Medina County Model United Nations Competition at the Medina County University Center. 
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