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Dayton Philharmonic Brass Quintet Concert

Monday, December 15, 2014
Dayton Philharmonic Brass Quintet Concert On December 15th, the Dayton Philharmonic Brass Quintet performed a concert for Cline Elementary 3rd and 5th graders. Selections included seasonal repertoire, and demonstrations of the Trumpet, French Horn, Trombone, and Tuba. Students learned about the history of each instrument and explored the way sound is created on brass instruments. The program was organized by Music teacher, Bill Burns. Read More

"Systems Go"

Sunday, November 30, 2014
On Tuesday November 25th the Air Force Rock Band, "Systems Go", performed for the Cline student body as part of the Thanksgiving gathering. The assembly included various sing-a-longs, patriotic songs, and concluded with a performance of the "Star Spangled Banner". Read More

RETIRED LIEUTENANT COLONEL VISITS CLINE AS PART OF GRANDPARENTS/VETERANS PROGRAM

Tuesday, November 25, 2014
RETIRED LIEUTENANT COLONEL VISITS CLINE AS PART OF GRANDPARENTS/VETERANS PROGRAM

Cline Elementary hosted Retired Lieutenant Colonel Mark Marvich during their morning assembly honoring grandparents and veterans on November 25. Speaking on the “Importance of Music in the Military,” Lt. Col. Marvich shared the history of military music with the assembled crowd of adult guests and students following musical performances by each 2-5 grade level. Read More


CLINE COUGAR CHORUS OPENS THE HOMETOWN HOLIDAY WALK

Tuesday, November 25, 2014
CLINE COUGAR CHORUS OPENS THE HOMETOWN HOLIDAY WALK

Centerville’s annual Hometown Holiday Walk hosted the Cline Cougar Chorus at Centerville United Methodist Church on November 23. Cline opened the afternoon of holiday singing and shopping with Peace Round/Child of Peace and ended with the Star Spangled Banner. The group is led by music teacher Bill Burns. Read More


CLINE PARTNERS WITH LOWE’S TO IMPROVE FRONT ENTRANCE AREA

Tuesday, August 12, 2014
CLINE PARTNERS WITH LOWE’S TO IMPROVE FRONT ENTRANCE AREA

Cline students will open their 2014-15 school year passing by a refurbished front entrance area, thanks to a $4,200 grant from Lowe’s. Cline PTO parent Dina Sykora worked with the home improvement company to create a space that includes trees, plants, and boulders, and that offers a learning place for students as well as a welcoming invitation to visitors. Read More


School of Rock!

Tuesday, May 27, 2014
School of Rock! Members of the Cline Elementary guitar club, “The School of Rock”, performed for the residents at St. Leonard’s on Friday May 23rd. The club is directed Cline music teacher, Mr. Bill Burns. Read More

Cline Cougar Chorus Performance

Thursday, May 15, 2014
Cline Cougar Chorus Performance

On Wednesday May 14th, members of the Cline Cougar Chorus performed the "Star Spangled Banner" at Fifth Third Field in downtown Dayton following a 60 minute rain delay. Congratulations to the students on an exceptional performance! Read More


Gyotaku!

Thursday, May 1, 2014
Gyotaku! A few months ago, Mrs. George’s second grade class took notice of our Cline aquarium. Upon close observation, they realized the fish in the tank didn’t match the fish that were listed on the bulletin board. For weeks, they researched these fish and discovered SO MANY new things about the African Cichlid! Did you know they have egg spots??? Neither did we! Did you know they mouth brood??? Neither did we! Did you know they can only be found in two lakes in the world??? Neither did we! EVERYONE involved, both students and adults, learned a lot during the course of their research project! Many of those facts can now be seen displayed around the fish tank across from the art studio. While our installation is not quite complete, we’re in the finishing stages! As a special surprise, Mrs. George and I decided to let the kids participate in a VERY special art project: Gyotaku (gee-oh-tah-koo)… literally defined as “fish impressions.” This form of art developed in the 1800′s on Japanese shipping vessels. Since the art form we know as photography did not yet exist, these prints served as a way for fishermen to record and document their catches! Thanks to a generous donation from our local family owned fish market, Foremost Seafood, we were able to give the students the experience of creating prints from actual fish!!! For our activity, we used a striped Bass and several Croakers! First the fish were washed and dried. Then we prepared them but fanning out and pinning their fins in place so we could see them. Once our fish were prepped, we learned how to make a print. We chose colors and then began painting our fish! After the fish were painted, we carefully laid a thin piece of white paper on top of the fish and gently rubbed the fish body (making sure to get all the fins, mouth and sides) to transfer all the paint to our paper! This was the first time any of us have made a fish print (including Mrs. Carlson and Mrs. George), so the resulting prints were VERY exciting! Read More

Ohio Music Education Association District XII Elementary Honor Choir

Monday, April 28, 2014
Ohio Music Education Association District XII Elementary Honor Choir

On April 27th, Cline Elementary hosted the Ohio Music Education Association District XII Elementary Honor Choir under the direction of Beverly Sheridan. Over 100 students were represented from Centerville, Beavercreek, Kettering, Clark-Shawnee, and Northeastern districts.  Read More


CLINE 3RD GRADERS WORK WITH GLASS, COURTESY OF EDUCATION FOUNDATION

Friday, April 18, 2014
CLINE 3RD GRADERS WORK WITH GLASS, COURTESY OF EDUCATION FOUNDATION

Cline Art Teacher Cyrissa Carlson is advising 3rd graders about making glass art with glass pieces and supplies purchased with funds donated by the Centerville Education Foundation’s Classroom Project Teacher Grants. Titled “Glass in the Class!” the project consisted of students selecting different colors and shapes of glass, gluing the pieces together, and having Mrs. Carlson fuse the pieces together in the kiln. Read More