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Mr. Cornell Pageant 2019

The Junior Class Prom Committee invites you to join us for an evening of fun and fashion at the First Annual Mr. Cornell Pageant. Junior and Senior boys will compete in a pageant (promenade, talent, and interviews) to vie for the title of Mr. Cornell.

Awards will be given for the following categories: Best Promenade, Best Talent, People’s Choice (bring your change to vote for your favorite participant), and of course, Mr. Cornell.

Time: THIS Thursday, March 14 at 7:00 PM — doors open at 6:30

Place: Cornell Auditorium

Tickets can be purchased at the door: $4 for adults, $2 for students (Children under 5, Free)

There will also be a bake sale and opportunities for photos with our participants and their escorts.

All proceeds benefit the upcoming 2019 prom.
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Boys Basketball Win 1st Round in PIAA Playoffs

Congratulations to the boy's basketball team for their win this past Friday over Shanksville by a score of 56-50. They will move on to the second round where they will face Clarion-Limestone. The game will be played this Tuesday, March 12th at Armstrong High School in Kittanning at 7:30 pm
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Vote for Cornell in What's So Cool Contest

We need your help, Cornell. Students created a video about Aero Tech Designs in Coraopolis and we need your votes. Go and check this awesome company as well as the amazing work that these students created. The more votes we receive the better chance we have at winning.
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Two More Google Certified Educators

Congratulations to high school English teacher, Ms. Morgan Harouse, and high school social studies teacher, Mrs. Amy Palo. The two teachers successfully completed an intense 3-hour exam to earn her Google Certified Educator Level 1 certificate. Ms. Harouse and Mrs. Palo join the ranks of several other teachers throughout the district.
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Children's Grief Awareness Day - Nov. 15th

Sydney and Maya chose their senior project by taking their personal stories and using them to help other students throughout the school. They chose to work with The Caring Place and hold an assembly on October 15th, 2018. The Caring Place is a center for kids, teens, and families that have peer to peer help with their grief. They explained how The Caring Place help their lives and how they are doing now. They have intertwined Children’s Grief Awareness Day which is on November 15th, 2018. We ask to wear blue on this day for Hope. They sold shirts to donate all profit to The Caring Place. We are beyond lucky to work with The Caring Place. We would love for you to participate in Children’s Grief Awareness Day. If you would like, take a picture wearing blue and hashtag CGAD or hashtag HOPE!
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