Thank you to Ms. Hayter for reading to our students at lunch. The students loved the different voices… [more]
Cat in the Hat
In celebration of Dr. Seuss' birthday the Cat in the Hat came and read to the young five and ECSE students.… [more]
Books and Brownies
The CPTG kicked off the Cornerstone book fair with a fun night for students and families. The students… [more]
March is Reading Month is Here!
It is March is Reading month here at Cornerstone. This year's theme is "Information Highway!" The… [more]
Beautiful Works of Art
The second grade students at Cornerstone learned about artist, Wayne Thiebaud. The students practiced… [more]
Cornerstone Math Night
Cornerstone families please join us on Friday, March 7, 6:30pm – 8:30pm for a fun evening!
March is Reading Month is here!
It is our favorite time of the year, March is Reading Month! This year's theme is "Information Highway." We are focusing on informational test, but mainly encouraging our students to read. Our students have always been focused on reading but this month we have a goal. If the first and second grade students read 100,000 minutes and the kindergarten and young five students read 3,200 books Mr. McCalla will kiss a pig!! Will he have to kiss the pig? We will see. The most important thing is to read, read, read!
Get the winter clothes ready!
The cold weather is officially here and we want to make sure our students are prepared for the weather. Students will be going outside for full recesses if the weather temperature, with wind chill, is over 10 degrees. If the temperature is between 10 and 0 degrees, with wind chill they will be going out for a maximum of 15 minutes. If the temperature is below 0, with wind chill, the students will not be going outside. Please make sure your child can work all the snaps and zippers and all of their clothing items are labeled. It is also important to have good gloves and mittens. Our students love to play in the snow, which means cloth and fleece gloves get wet and cold.