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Free Meals for Children in the Summer Information

The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) offers free meals to children 18 years and younger during the summer when school is not in session. SFSP is a federal child nutrition program with approximately 2500 locations throughout Pennsylvania. Many locations provide activities as well. See attached for information on how to find a SFSP location near you!
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Code.org by FedEx

Congratulations to Mrs. Katie O’Neil’s 5th grade class for their completion of Code.org Course 3. Volunteers from the FedEx IT department led by Mr. Jeffery McBain in collaboration with Mrs. Kristen Bardelli instructed students weekly in computer science lessons. Pictured above is Alex Wohlgemuth receiving his certificate of completion.
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Ever Fi Financial Literacy

Mr. Leo Grandovic of Northwest Savings Bank recently presented Jacob Owen, Noah Litzinger, James Dolan, Jasmine Fadel, Cassidy Schroder, Sydney Grannis, Brittany Postma with certificates of achievement. Each of the students achieved 100% on the Ever Fi Financial Literacy Program.
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Congratulations Austin Winchell

Austin Winchell was recognized at the May School Board Meeting for all his hard work and accomplishments as a swimmer. Austin qualified for the MAC and WPIAL championship meets in all four years of his high school career. He placed in the top 8 at the MAC and WPIAL meets. Austin currently holds Cornell records for the 500 freestyle and 100 backstroke. Congratulations and good luck Austin!
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March of Dimes

Congratulations to the Cornell Key Club and their sponsor, Ms. Miriam Klein, for raising over $1,000 for the March of Dimes. The students raised the funds through their annual Penny Wars Competition.
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Smithsonian Learning Lab

Congratulations to high school teachers Mrs. Amy Palo, Mr. Andrew Erwin, and Mr. Kevin Quigley who recently finished the Smithsonian Learning Lab training. The Smithsonian Learning Lab was created to “inspire the discovery and creative use of its rich digital materials – more than a million images, recordings, and texts.” Through their training, the teachers engaged with educators from the Smithsonian Institute, Heinz History Center, and from around the region. When asked about the training, Mrs. Palo said, “I am excited about the new sorting tools they added and their potential for higher order learning.” Last school year, Mrs. M. Fuga completed the training.
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