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Cornell Faculty and Staff Parade - Monday, June 1 starting at 3:00 pm

Cornell Families:

The Cornell School District will be conducting a Celebration of Students parade this Monday, June 1. The parade will start at 3:00 pm and will go throughout the Coraopolis and Neville Island communities. Attached is the parade route for you to review! This has been a collaborative effort between the Coraopolis Police and Fire Departments, the Coraopolis Borough, Neville Island Township and Fire Department, as well as Ohio Township Police.

Please encourage your child to step outside and wave to the Cornell faculty and staff as they drive-by and say hello. There will be a police escort, as well as firetrucks and a school bus in the parade. Feel free to have your child makes signs saying hello, but please remember to adhere to social distancing guidelines!
Looking forward to seeing everyone and thank you again to everyone who helped coordinate this event. Go Raiders!
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Proposed Final Budget 2020/2021 General Fund Budget

The Cornell School District’s Proposed Final 2020-2021 General
Fund Budget will be available for public inspection on the school
website at the following link, . Residents may
also request a copy be sent to them by contacting Patrick Berdine,
Business Manager @ or 412-264-5010 ext
Final adoption of the 2020-2021 General Fund Budget is scheduled
for the regular Cornell School District Board of Education meeting
to be held on Thursday, June 18, 2020.
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Coronavirus Information: May 20, 2020

May 19 - Letter from Dr. Thomas regarding collection of devices.

May 1 - Please see a letter from Dr. Thomas addressed to the senior class.

April 22 - Please click on the following link for a video from Dr. Thomas with an update and overview of the current COV-19 situation. Thank you!

UPDATE 4-9-20: Governor Wolf announces school will remain closed for the remainder of the 2019-2020 academic school year. Remote learning plans are to continue until the school year is complete.

Below is the latest updated information pertaining to the Coronavirus situation. Cornell School District will now be closed through the remainder of the 2019-2020 academic school year. Information for student work, food distribution and other community resources can be found below. Also attached is previously released communication sent out by Dr. Thomas.
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School Board May Board Meeting

The Cornell School District Board of Education will have the monthly board voting session in a virtual format. Any resident who wishes to participate must email superintendent, Dr. Aaron Thomas by 6:00 pm on Thursday, May 21 to receive the link.
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