Cornell SD is in need of substitutes and paraprofessionals for the upcoming 2022-2023 school year. Interested individuals can contact Precision HR, the company that helps Cornell fill these positions, at 1-888-416-4338. There will also be a job fair at Moon Area High School on Monday, August 8 from 10 am to 3:30 pm for anyone interested. Flyer attached.
The Nutrition Group that operates the cafeteria is currently looking for a PART-TIME CASHIER and SUBSTITUTE FOOD SERVICE employees. Plese see the attached flyer for more infomation.
Congratulations to Mrs. Amy Palo for being selected as the Gilder Lehrman Institute for American Democracy’s Pennsylvania History Teacher of the Year. Mrs. Palo, who is also a James Madison Fellow, is one of 53 finalists for National History Teacher of the Year. The national winner will be named in October. Good luck, Mrs. Palo, and thank you for all you do for our students!
Cornell School District's Special Education Plan is due for submission to the Pennsylvania Department of Education on July 30th, 2022. The deadline for submission of this Plan has been delayed by the state due to COVID. The dates of this Plan run from July 1, 2021, to June 30, 2024. In accordance with guidelines, the Special Education Plan is available for Public Review for 28 days prior to the School Board of Directors approval.
If your child is registered for one of the Summer Programs (PRIDE or ESY) at Cornell School District, please review the attached document for transportation information.
The calenar for the 2022-2023 school year was approved by the Cornell School Board on March 17, 2022. The first day of school for students is Thursday, August 25, 2022. Click on the link above to view the calendar.
Congratulation to high school students, Eriyah Goosby and Malia McShane Langston, for being selected for Fortyx80's LAUNCH Program. LAUNCH integrates the Becoming Athena leadership curriculum with the Birkman method, interactive resume and portfolio development, and professional female mentors working in STEM. Through their engagement, our participants experience growth as leaders and exit the program prepared to create positive changes in their chosen career path.
In case of school delays or closures, Cornell School District will communicate that information through our mass communication system (phone, email, and text), as well as on our District website and local news stations (KDKA, WPXI, and WTAE). If you have any questions about your contact information you can contact the elementary (Ext. 141) or high school (Ext. 121) offices to verifiy the information on file.
Cornell School District is excited to participate in the "Collaborative for Student Success" thanks to the funding of the Richard King Mellon Foundation. Statement attached.