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5th Annual Disability Summit

The summit will include Information Sessions for continuing education, Support Services and Employment and Transition information. Please click on the headline for more information.
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Pre-K Program at Cornell

The Cornell School District is partnering with the AIU to offer a Pre-K program at Cornell next school year. Interested families can contact the AIU at 412-969-7503. Please see attached flyer for more information.
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Swimming Lessons

Cornell School District swimming lessons are offered for children ages 5 – 12. The cost for each 4-week session will be $40.00. There are two times classes will be available: 5:45 – 6:15 PM and 6:15 – 6:45 PM. If your child wishes to attend, please make sure to have the proper swim attire, including a swimsuit that fits and goggles. See the attached flyer for additional information including the registration form.
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Google Certified Teachers

Congratulations to Mr. Larry DiSilvestro, Mrs. Julie Roncone, Mrs. Megan Fuga, and Mr. Andrew Erwin for earning their Google Certified Educator Level I credential. This achievement recognizes their commitment to using new collaborative tools in their classrooms. In order to pass Google's 3-hour exam, each teacher spent countless hours preparing. By earning this credential, they are joining Mrs. Kristen Bardelli, Mrs. Miriam Klein, and Mrs. Rachel McVeagh.
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Revised 2017-2018 School Calendar

Attached is a revised 2017-2018 school calendar that reflects the recent winter weather make-up days from January and February. School be in session on Monday, February 19 due to previous cancellation
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Students travel to Inventionland

Cornell's 8th grade students recently visited the Inventionland, located in RIDC park. During the tour, students witnessed several unique work areas like a pirate ship, giant robot, tree house, and many more . Inventionland creates these areas in the hopes of inspiring the many inventors that work there. Students were also allowed to explore the state-of-the-art studios and watch a video on how an idea becomes a product. After completing a pencil-holder maker project, students ate lunch in the castle.
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