2024-25 One Page Annual Calendar https://5il.co/2fccq
Blood Drive February 29th at the Board Building
Read our 2022-23 Annual Report! Published 2/14/24 https://5il.co/2etxo
Our MS Hawks and Severn Roadrunners represented the entire CPP District today for the annual Valentines for Vets trip to the Bath VA! More images from today will be posted soon!
The CPPMS Drama Club thanks everyone for their support of their production of Mean Girls JR! Please note, the 2 pm show today is sold out.
High School Learning Center Graduation is Thursday, February 15th! https://www.youtube.com/cppschools
The NY Citizen Preparedness Training Program teaches residents to have the tools and resources to prepare for any type of disaster, respond accordingly and recover as quickly as possible to pre-disaster conditions.
The CPPMS Drama Club has two more shows of Mean Girls JR! Tonight at 7 pm and tomorrow at 2pm! Tickets: https://www.cppasd.com/tickets/
Incoming Freshman Family Orientation Night!
Science Fair resources! https://www.corningareaschools.com/article/1392155 (Scan the code to access resources!)
CPPMS Drama Club presents...https://www.cppasd.com/tickets/
Transportation Department Job Fair https://www.corningareaschools.com/article/1403947
Ignite the Imagination Student Exhibition, at the Rockwell Museum This student exhibition program at The Rockwell is in collaboration with the Corning-Painted Post High School art teachers: Wendy Brubaker, Maria Goldwyn, Sharron Holland, Birgitt Wolf Peterson and Megan Wukovitz. The Rockwell Museum values collaborating with CPPHS to cultivate a deeper appreciation and understanding of arts and culture with the students in our region. By exposing students to the arts and providing an opportunity for students to create and exhibit their own art at The Rockwell, we aim to inspire and empower the next generation of youth. 210 students from 11 art classes visited The Rockwell last fall. Students were prompted to explore the galleries, look closely and examine the diverse works on view. They considered how art reflects and connects to history, culture and our shared human experiences. They also looked at media and studied how the different works of art were made. Students were encouraged to think outside the box to thoughtfully incorporate aspects of artwork in the Museum’s collection into their own unique, expressive ideas. Click on the link to learn more or stop by the museum to see the student work! #TogetherAsOne The Rockwell Museum
Incoming Freshman Family Orientation Night is Tuesday, March 26th from 6:30-7:30 pm in the CPPHS Theater
HSLC graduation will be Thursday, February 15th at 5:30 pm in the Triangle Lounge at CCC
A few weeks ago we debuted a video feature about our High School Learning Center. Here is a second version of the video to share! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WYUXEcSytNw
Support staff opportunities at CPP https://www.corningareaschools.com/page/support-assistant-vacancies
Instructional opportunities at CPP https://www.corningareaschools.com/page/admin-instructional-opportunities
During the month of January, Miss Sue from the Southeast Steuben County Library has been visiting library classes at Calvin U. Smith and William E. Severn Elementary Schools to share upcoming winter programs and Winter Reading 2024 where students read to win using a Bookopoly board! In the primary classes, Miss Sue is reading to students using different ways to share a story. She told stories while cutting a snowflake and another adding items to a felt board. With the older groups, she is providing book talks to encourage students to borrow books. This is such a fun time to visit the public library to check out books, make a craft, use the space maker and do STEM projects! Thanks, Miss Sue, for sharing your awesomeness with our students! Now let’s share our awesomeness with her by visiting our wonderful public library and joining in the fun at the Southeast Steuben County Library! For more information: www.ssclibrary.org. Thank you to Severn Elementary Librarian Mrs. Jennifer Taylor for this story!