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Photos: Attendance Champ Spotlight: Canton City School District
At Canton City School District, strong academic relationships fall second to none, understanding that authentic, positive bonds have the power to transform a student’s future far beyond the classroom.
Photos: My Cause My Cleats
The guys showing off their custom cleats representing organizations chosen by our players for this years My Cause My Cleats campaign
Photos: My Cause My Cleats Reveal
A close up look at the cleats and the foundations represented by our players for this years My Cause My Cleats campaign
Photos: Attendance Champ Spotlight: Maple Heights City School District
_Excellence is increasingly the standard at Maple Heights City School District. Ambitious and eager to prepare learners for a lifetime of perseverance and achievement, the district understands that strong attendance lies at the foundation of future success._
Photos: Attendance Champ Spotlight: East Cleveland City Schools
East Cleveland City School District’s commitment to attendance has been nothing shy of transformative, as the district’s revamped approach has generated a sense of excitement among students to commit to each day and put forth their strongest effort
Photos: Attendance Champ Spotlight: Cardington-Lincoln & Western Local Schools
When it comes to strong attendance, Cardington-Lincoln and Western Local Schools are no strangers to student development and understand crucial factors that contribute to the making of well-rounded, academically confident learners.
Photos: Browns players visit patients at University Hospitals Seidman Cancer Center
The Browns visited University Hospitals Seidman Cancer Center patients during its weekly First and Ten Tuesday community engagement. Browns players interacted with and presented gifts to the patients to show support and brighten spirits, as well as express appreciation for UH’s medical staff for their daily contributions.
Photos: Browns in the Community - Week 1
Larry Ogunjobi supported students as they head back to school by donating backpacks to Cleveland Metropolitan School District students in need. He visited Franklin D. Roosevelt School to distribute backpacks, Browns goodies and a hold a Q and A. Also, the Get 2 School, Stay in the Game! Network visited Barack Obama Elementary School. While at the school, David Njoku and Demetrius Harris recognized select students to congratulate them for showing exemplary or significantly improved attendance, as well as met with a group of students who could benefit from better attendance to help motivate them to get to school.
Photos: Maple Heights Back to School Fair
As part of the Get 2 School, Stay in the Game! Network, the Cleveland Browns Foundation attended a back to school fair hosted by Maple Heights City School District. During the event, families, educators and community members rallied together to make strong attendance a priority throughout their communities this school year. To learn more, visit Get2School.org
Photos: Browns host 11-On event powered by NIKE
The Cleveland Browns hosted the inaugural 11-On powered by NIKE in late June at the Pro Football Hall of Fame National Youth Football and Sports Complex in Canton, Ohio. The new 11-On event featured 16 Northeast Ohio high school football teams competing in a 7-on-7 competition as well as a Lineman Challenge.
Photos: Ellet High School Ground Breaking Ceremony
The Cleveland Browns hosted an official groundbreaking for a field at Ellet High School. The team will install high-quality synthetic turf at the school, which becomes the ninth multi-sport playing field to be funded since summer 2016 through the Browns’ and Dee and Jimmy Haslams’ commitment to youth football as part of Browns Give Back.
Photos: Cleveland Browns Foundation hosts 20th annual golf outing
The Cleveland Browns Foundation hosted their 20th annual golf outing, presented by Key Private Bank in association with University Hospitals and Professional Travel, at the Westwood Country Club on a partly cloudy Monday. A host of important Browns figures attended: Dee and Jimmy Haslam, executive vice president JW Johnson, general manager John Dorsey, head coach Freddie Kitchens, and a selection of players, coaches and alumni.
Photos: HELMETS Reveal
Berea Midpark High School was surprised with $25,000 worth of new helmets from Xenith through the Browns HELMETS program in collaboration with Xenith, University Hospitals and Ohio Lottery. The event also was a pay it forward with the announcement of Barberton High School as the next school to receive $25K worth of new helmets.
Photos: Boys Hope Girls Hope Groundbreaking Ceremony
The Cleveland Browns hosted an official groundbreaking for a 70-yard field at Boys Hope Girls Hope of Northeastern Ohio. The team will install high-quality synthetic turf at the center, which becomes the eighth of nine multi-sport playing fields to be funded since summer 2016 through the Browns’ and Dee and Jimmy Haslams’ commitment to youth football as part of Browns Give Back. The Browns will announce the ninth site selected later this month.
Photos: The 2nd Annual Northeast Ohio Youth Football Summit
The Cleveland Browns hosted the 2nd Annual Northeast Ohio Youth Football Summit at FirstEnergy Stadium. The summit featured approximately 200 youth football coaches throughout Northeast Ohio. During the summit, each coach learned proper tackling techniques, concussion recognition and response, heat preparedness and hydration, sudden cardiac arrest, and proper equipment fitting through USA Football's Heads Up Tackling Certification program.
Photos: Browns surprise 3rd-graders at Paul L. Dunbar Elementary with Special Teams Packages, ice cream social
Players visited students at the Cleveland elementary school and emphasized the importance of good attendance in school on the path to future success. Take a look at the photos from the visit made by Greg Joseph, Kendall Lamm, Orson Charles, Jaelen Strong and Chomps.
Photos: Browns host Play 60 Special Olympics at team facility
Browns players Joel Bitonio, Chris Hubbard and Daniel Ekuale joined Browns staff to host the 2019 Play 60 Football Festival, in association with University Hospitals. The Browns invited local students to have a day full of activities at the team facility, including football drills, alumni appearances and much more.
Photos: Browns Give Back and GOJO®, the makers of PURELL® Hand Sanitizer, promote good hand-hygiene and strong attendance at East Clark
Good attendance builds a strong foundation for in-school success. GOJO®, the makers of PURELL® Hand Sanitizer, support the "Get 2 School" attendance campaign by donating PURELL® hand sanitizer to Cleveland students in an effort to promote good hand-hygiene and reduce illness-related absences. Students also received a lesson on the importance of fighting germs, especially during the flu season.
Photos: 23rd Annual Deck the House auction raised more than $100,000
Terrance Mitchell was honored with the Ed Block Courage Award and Baker Mayfield attended the event, helping to raise more than $100,000 for Providence House. All proceeds go toward funding the Providence House’s efforts to save at-risk or neglected children.
Photos: Browns deliver Titan Pride uniform packages to students at Toni Morrison Elementary
As part of its commitment to education, the Browns and Lorain City School District officially launched the "Titan Pride Uniform Program," benefitting youth who may not attend class due to a lack of access to suitable clothing.
Photos: Christian Kirksey, Browns players visit Clark Elementary to celebrate the importance of attendance
This Tuesday, Browns players Christian Kirksey, Greg Joseph, Damarious Randall and D'Juan Hines visited Clark Elementary school to reinforce the importance of school attendance and celebrate the strong attendance of a class of third-graders.
Photos: Browns volunteer at Greater Cleveland Food Bank before Thanksgiving holiday
Browns players, staff, alumni and volunteers from Giant Eagle and the Browns Women Organization helped at the Greater Cleveland Food Bank by packaging meals and food items for local shelters, food pantries and food sites throughout Northeast Ohio ahead of Thanksgiving.