Sheffield-Sheffield Lake City Schools News

The Sheffields celebrate their schools during weeklong homecoming activities

Sunday, October 15th, 2017

Sheffield-Sheffield Lake Schools held their annual Homecoming Parade last Wednesday. Prior to the start, Brookside student Andria McClelland (l) introduced her nieces, Eva and Emerson Rover, to Brookside Cardinal mascot, Brenden Jackson, and David Ocasio.


Mona Entile, 8, of Sheffield Lake, was all smiles as she stood with hundreds of residents along Harris Road for the annual Sheffield-Sheffield Lake Homecoming parade lat week. (Photos …Read More

Goals keep teacher-coach and his kids looking forward

Tuesday, September 19th, 2017

Sheffield-Sheffield Lake’s Chris Chidlaw wants his special education students to go home having had a good day and looking forward to the next one. Photo by Michele Murphy


SHEFFIELD/SHEFFIELD LAKE – Heading into the summer between his sophomore and junior years at Elyria High School, Chris Chidlaw figured the pain that had bugged him throughout the previous football and wrestling seasons would ease up.

It did …Read More

Local boy, 11, appears in Cleveland Play House’s ‘Shakespeare in Love’

Thursday, September 7th, 2017

Photo Courtesy Jen Bilczo Actor by night – Sheffield Lake’s Tommy Bilczo waits for rehearsal to begin for Shakespeare in Love in which he is cast as John Webster.


When the Cleveland Play House’s production of “Shakespeare in Love” opens this weekend, 11-year-old Tommy Bilczo will be center stage as a member of an otherwise largely New York-based cast.

By day, Tommy is like …Read More

Sheffield Village runs and parties for arts programs

Thursday, September 7th, 2017


Photo by Michele Murphy Sheffield Village’s annual “Art After Dark” fund-raiser drew more than 100 guests to help raise money for Brookside High School’s marching band and TrueNorth Cultural Arts. Seated left to right, are Mayor John Hunter, Sandra Willis, band booster president, and Montay Burks, general manager, Homewood Suites. Standing behind on the left is Sheffield-Sheffield Lake Schools Superintendent Michael Cook …Read More

Sheffield-Sheffield Lake Schools look to voters for support on Nov. 7

Thursday, August 17th, 2017




SHEFFIELD VILLAGE/SHEFFIELD LAKE – Sheffield-Sheffield Lake City Schools will ask voters to approve a 1.5 mill tax levy on Nov. 7. Superintendent Michael Cook said the levy will cost the owner of a $100,000 home $52.50 more a year in property taxes and will generate $462,000 annually for district daily operations.

If approved, the money will allow the schools to continue replacing outdated textbooks and …Read More