A Message from the Principal

Ericka Blackburn
Assistant Principal:
Jeremy Rothstein
Assistant Principal:
Becca Levine

Memorial Families:

Our 8th-grade students participated in Memorial’s “Make a Difference Day.” The event was one of the activities for our “One Grade One Book” program.  Our students made a tremendous impact on Lake County by volunteering at numerous organizations. It was inspiring to see our students give back to the community and represent Mentor Schools in such a positive manner.  I am very proud of our students and staff for their hard work and effort during the event. 

I hope our 8th graders had a moment last week that helped put their lives into perspective.  Going into the community  and helping others can be eye opening.  Witnessing first hand homelessness, food pantries, and working alongside individuals with disabilities or elderly are lessons I want each and every one of our Memorial students to have.

The state assessments are right around the corner.  The dates of each assessment are outlined below.  As the tests are taken in an online format on the Chromebook, it is critical that students bring their fully charged Chromebook to each test.  Please assist us in reminding your child to bring their Chromebook to school charged and encourage your child to get a good night’s sleep and eat breakfast throughout our testing days. If your family has a prearranged vacation during testing, please contact our guidance department (440-974-2255)  to schedule an alternate testing day for your child.


Testing Date Breakdowns:



Test Type:

April 12th

6th, 7th, 8th


April 19th

6th, 7th, 8th

Math and Algebra

May 3rd



Ms. Blackburn