Grover Cleveland Elementary School
LEVEL 1+ SCHOOL
Debora Ward, Principal
Robert Staszczak, Asst. Principal
School Hours: 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
3121 W Byron Chicago, IL 6018
The Parent Portal is a unique web-based tool that allows you to securely view your child’s grades and attendance online. You can register to receive e-mail or text notifications when your child is absent or when his or her grades drop below a point you identify.
Check your child's grades and attendance online by logging on to our Parent Portal. If you have not gotten the PIN needed to sign up for the Parent Portal, go to the Main Office at Cleveland during the school day. You will need to present photo ID. If you need help once you have your PIN, the CPS website has a Parent Portal Orientation. Local School Councils (LSCs) play a role in decision-making at the local school level, check our our Local School Council page for more information.
Volunteers Are Always Needed!
Cleveland School depends on parent volunteers, and those parents often get a great deal out of the experience. There are many ways to get involved, check our office frequently for current opportunities.
Grover Cleveland Elementary School Parents
All the information you need to purchase the necessary school supplies for the
2018-2019 school year.
Get in touch with your child's teacher
Check out the complete CPS calendar for SY 2018-2019 school year.
The guide assists schools and parents in determining the promotion status of students in benchmark grades 3, 6, and 8 and the requirements associated with each promotion status.
List of requirements needed to complete the registration of transferred and new students. Click on this link for enrollment packet for Cleveland School.
Student Dress Code
Information on the student dress code.
See what's on the menu for today's lunch.
The reports contain information on how the school performed during the 2012-2013 school year.
Playground opens at 7:45 AM Doors opens at 8:00 AM
7:50 First Bell
8:00 Entry Bell
8:10 Tardy Bell
The playground is closed after school unless a parent or adult guardian is supervising your child.
Parents have a child in 7th or 8th grade? High School is an important time for a child to grow intellectually and personally. It also prepares them for college or a job during this critical transition period into adulthood. Clevelnd has put some links together to help you be better prepared for enrollment in to high school, see our high school information page. The mission behind the Cleveland School Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) is to develop and support the partnership between parents, teachers, students, and the surrounding community. Please vist the PTO website to find out more information or contact Megan McDermott at:
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