This year’s Equity Day is Thursday, May 2nd from 5:30-7:30pm. The theme is CommUNITY Conversations. We will highlight work across all schools that fosters belonging and community. The district’s Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility (DEIA) committee developed a program for the day. Register here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfLEWAvcziv8J0mSteD6h8g2LNcQ4X1FXpZn4T4VNuTfpAYRQ/viewform
about 18 hours ago, CPP Area School District
Equity Day
Celebrate 60 years of theater!
4 days ago, CPP Area School District
Theater
Corning-Painted Post Winter Guard won the Northeast Color Guard Circuit Championship today at Gates Chili in the Regional A Class! Coming in 1st out of 7, the group scored an 85.94 which is the highest score in the group’s history. The group also won the George O. Cowburn "Esprit De Corps" Memorial Award, an award given to the group who best exemplifies the qualities that George promoted. Dedication to the activity, good sportsmanship, integrity, honor, and a willingness to help others in the Circuit. The CPP Winter Guard is made up of 12 students in 8-12th grade.
8 days ago, CPP Area School District
Winter Guard
Winter Guard
Winter Guard
In collaboration with Corning-Painted Post High School and art teachers Sharron Holland and Megan Wukovitz, The Rockwell Museum presents a special exhibition of artwork created by International Baccalaureate (IB) Visual Arts program students: https://rockwellmuseum.org/exhibitions-collections/exhibits-collections/ib-2024/
12 days ago, CPP Area School District
12 days ago, CPP Area School District
CPPHS Drama Club
From CMoG for over spring break!
13 days ago, CPP Area School District
CmoG
CMoG
Solar Eclipse Spirit Day is this Friday across the district!
13 days ago, CPP Area School District
Eclipse
Solar Eclipse Spirit Day is this Friday!
13 days ago, CPP Area School District
Solar Eclipse
Calendar update: Due to the fact that we have had a mild winter, the District did not use all of its emergency days. The District will be closed on Friday, May 24th. This creates a 4 day weekend around Memorial Day.
17 days ago, CPP Area School District
The CPPHS Youth Activation Committee raised over $11,500 for the Special Olympics! On Saturday our Hawks did the Polar Plunge in Ithaca. YAC advisor Mrs. Pierce said the CPPHS YAC won the Cool School Challenge and raised the most of any teams at the plunge! Here are the Polar Plunge team and individual fundraising totals: http://events.nyso.org/site/TR?fr_id=3030&pg=entry 🖤💛 #TogetherAsOne #HawkProud #WeAreHawks
21 days ago, CPP Area School District
YAC Polar Plunge
Reminder, Monday, March 18th is a Conference Day, no school for students.
about 1 month ago, CPP Area School District
JV / Varsity Spring sports opening schedule! Go Hawks!
about 1 month ago, Corning Hawks
JV / Varsity Opening Day
Spring Sports Meeting presentation https://5il.co/2g7o1
about 1 month ago, Corning Hawks
Spring Sports meeting
The Sound of Music! March 21-23 at 7 pm. March 24 at 2 pm. Reserved seating. www.cppasd.com/tickets
about 1 month ago, CPP Area School District
Sound of Music
2024-25 One Page Annual Calendar https://5il.co/2fccq
about 2 months ago, CPP Area School District
Read our 2022-23 Annual Report! Published 2/14/24 https://5il.co/2etxo
about 2 months ago, CPP Area School District
Annual Report
2 months ago, CPP Area School District
WGI 2024
Incoming Freshman Family Orientation Night!
2 months ago, CPP Area School District
Freshman Oritentation Night
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
3 months ago, CPP Area School District
Incoming Freshman Family Orientation Night is Tuesday, March 26th from 6:30-7:30 pm in the CPPHS Theater
3 months ago, CPP Area School District