Jennifer Ehehalt from Common Sense Media recently discussed when parents should buy their child a cell phone with our own Kris Hupp, director of technology & instructional innovation. https://youtu.be/yyg_JIo44NA
The family media agreement discussed can be found at http://bit.ly/2WGtUPe.
Cornell Kennywood Picnic Day is scheduled for Monday, June 10. Tickets will be on sale at Cornell on Tuesday, May 21 from 12:00 pm - 12:30 pm. Cash or money order (made out to Kennywood) only. No personal checks accepted. Please see attachment for additional information.
Mrs. Bardelli, Mrs. Thomas, Ms. Stein, and students at Cornell Elementary switched classes with Brooks Elementary for a morning STEM project and then headed to the Carnegie Museum of Art to meet multiple districts for lunch and a PM STEM project.
Mr. Erwin's students recently visited Gettysburg as part of their study of the Civil War. Students visited the museum and participated in a guided tour of the Gettysburg National Battlefield.
Congratulations to high school senior, Wyatt Fiedler. Wyatt was recognized with a “Founders Award” for his work in his journalism classes at Cornell by the Digital Media Arts Consortium (DMAC) at their spring event. Wyatt has decided to pursue a career in sports journalism and he will be attending Robert Morris University in the fall. Way to go Wyatt!
Attached you will find the 2019-2020 School Calendar. There are two sides to the school calendar, the back side lists all important dates.
Congratulations to Nick Czepiel, Alexis Peterson, Sharlyn Barrett, and Malia McShane Langston for being selected to share their works of art at the Scholastics Art and Writing Exhibition for the Pittsburgh Arts Region. Over 1,700 works of arts were submitted from Allegheny and Butler Counties. Both Sharlyn and Malia received the Gold Key award for artwork that they had created over the past two school years. The Gold Key award is the highest award that can be given to a work of art in the Scholastics competition. Their pieces will automatically be submitted for consideration for the National Medalists award in early March. Nick Czepiel and Alexis Peterson received Honorable Mentions for their pieces of artwork.
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.
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