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Principal's Message

To All of Our Ellet CLC Families:
It is amazing how quickly the first semester of the 2022-23 school year is coming to an end. The start of the second semester brings us many new opportunities. As the new semester begins, it is a great time to reflect on the successes and challenges of the first semester. I encourage all of our students to take time to identify goals for the second semester to make it even stronger and more successful than the first. We are very proud of the students who worked diligently all first semester; their hard work paid off in scholastic success. Keep up the great work!
From as early as ninth grade, students are working to be on track for senior year and meet graduation requirements. In order to assist your child with meeting these requirements, please support Ellet in the following ways:
  • Monitor grades frequently through our home access center.
  • Prioritize daily attendance to school.
  • Communicate with the school about any needs.

In addition to academics, student safety and accountability will continue to be a priority for Ellet CLC. For those of you who have been following the reporting about safety and discipline in the Akron schools, I’d like to offer you some perspective. The number of police reports that have been filed in our school compared to others in the district may be worrisome to families, but rest assured that this is due to our strict policies and adherence to high expectations of student behaviors. Our school resource officer has been immensely helpful as we work hard to let our students know that inappropriate/dangerous behavior will not be tolerated.

We want to improve our family communication during the 2022-23 school year. In order to do so, we need feedback on your communication preferences as well as correct contact information. Please take a moment to complete a quick survey here.

As always, we thank our parents and community for all of their support. Ellet staff strives to assist all students in meeting graduation requirements and becoming college and career ready. Please contact a principal or teacher if you have concerns regarding your child’s education.

Kim Sabetta
Campus Principal