First Hour Concert Band (M/W/F)
This concert band is made up of 11th and 12th grade students and meets three days a week. First Hour Concert Band will perform at State and National Competitions, Community Events, Pep Sporting Events and Local Concerts.
Third Hour Concert Band (M/W/F)
This concert band is made up of 9th and 10th grade students and meets three days a week. Third Hour Concert Band will perform at State and National Competitions, Community Events, Pep Sporting Events and Local Concerts.
Junior High Concert Band (M-F)
Is made up of 7th and 8th graders and meets 5th hour every day of the school week. They perform for Local Concerts, Pep Sporting Events, Memorial Day and Graduation.
Zero Hour Jazz Bands (M/T/TH/F)
7th-9th Graders that are interested in performing big band jazz at multiple concerts, festivals and competitions. These classes meet at 7:10 in the morning one day a week
Holiday Jazz Band (W)
This group is made up of elite jazz students of any age. It meets one day a week, at zero hour, in the fall. The group performs at multiple venues including The Mall of America, River Hills Mall and local events, providing great holiday jazz music.
First Hour Jazz Bands (T/TH)
Jazz I and II are made up of select 11th-12th grade students that are advanced in jazz performance. These are Cleveland's top performing groups. Both bands often perform at State and National Competitions, Community Events, and multiple local Concerts.
Third Hour Jazz Bands (T/TH)
Jazz III and IV are made up of select 9th-10th grade students that are advanced in jazz performance. These are performing groups. Both bands often perform at State and National Competitions, Community Events, and multiple local Concerts.
Choir (2nd Semester W)
Offered when there is interest - 7th-12th Graders choir, a performing group singing and performing one Spring Concert.
Director of Bands CHS
507- 931-5953 ext. 1333
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Junior High Knowledge Bowl is an academic competition, open to students in grades 7 through 9. Teams of students from our region compete with each other in written and oral “rounds”, answering questions related to all areas of learning. A typical season would begin in October and run through December, consisting of four meets, plus a sub-regional meet. The meets are held during the school day, at various locations in our area.
Senior High Knowledge Bowl is open to students in grades 10 through 12. The typical season begins in January and runs through early March, consisting of five meets, plus a sub-regional and regional meet. As with JHKB, the meets are held during the school day, at various locations in our area.
Participation in Knowledge Bowl can offer interested students an opportunity to experience new challenges socially, as well as building self confidence and team skills.
Knowledge Bowl Coach
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The Yearbook Club is a group that provides students experiences in marketing, photography, copywriting, and page design. We have partnered with Dufault Publishing to bring you all the exciting events happening during the school year. We work the entire year to create the yearbook and include graduation in our book. Yearbooks are distributed at the beginning of the spring the following school year. For more information please contact:
Yearbook Club Adviser
Cleveland SADD (same acronym, new name: Student Advocates for Diversity and Discovery) is a service club open to students in grades 7-12. Past activities have included Baby-Think-It-Over, a program developed to help discourage teen pregnancy; Lights on for Life and Chain of Life, both developed to encourage seat belt use and attentive driving; Just Yell Fire, a program developed to teach basic self-defense techniques. SADD also works with the American Red Cross to coordinate 2-3 blood drives each year, earning scholarship money for the club. One other exciting activity is the Mock Crash, put on every 2-3 years and performed by SADD and Drama Club students. It is created in coordination with local law enforcement including police, state patrol, fire and rescue, and Mayo One to discourage driving under the influence or distracted and to encourage good choices, especially around prom and graduation time.
The High School Student Council is made up of students from grades 7-12. This group helps to create opportunities for connection and belonging, opportunities that positively affect school culture and climate which in turn creates young leaders. Working together to raise funds for schoolwide activities, including social events and special days throughout the school year is a big part of this group's focus. Some of our events include coffee and donuts on Friday mornings, Ghost Grams at Halloween, Candy Grams at Christmas, Valentine flowers and candy on Valentine's Day, Homecoming activity planning, Snow Week in February, and planning fun days for the students before school breaks. New members are always welcome!
High School Student Council Advisor
Elementary Student Council is an organization designated for 5th and 6th-grade student leaders who want to better the school environment and community. Members are selected by an application process and voted into officer roles. Council members help organize our school hygiene closet with donations from the salvation army, assist in PBIS incentives and activities, plan dress-up days and activities for homecoming and snow week, and plan elementary student dances. Elementary Student Council presents a unique opportunity for students to learn organization, leadership, and teamwork skills.
Elementary Student Council Advisor