FIRST CLASS EDUCATION

A first class education balances strong academic performance with the arts and physical activity. Consider Cornwall Consolidated School in Cornwall, Connecticut; a school that values both the brain and the body.
Call Principal Michael Croft at 860-672-6617 or mcroft@cornwallschool.org with questions or to schedule a visit.
 

News

  • BOE Community Conversation #2 Notes

    Here are notes from the Board of Education’s second Community Conversation on Thursday, 2/8....

  • BOE Community Conversations

    Here are notes from the first Board of Education Community Conversation on January 19th. Participants discussed and prioritized issues related to our school. At the next meeting, on Thursday, February 8th at 6:30pm, the group will engage in “...

  • After School Care Program Assistants Wanted

    Cornwall Consolidated School is looking for assistants (or volunteers!) for its After School Care Program. Anyone who loves working with children, can collaborate with the program director, and work at least one day of the week after school, 3:00-5:3...

  • After School Care Fun!

    After School Care students made wooden vehicles with Joe Brien and the Lost Art Workshops!...

  • CCS Student-Parent Handbook

    Follow this link for the CCS Student-Parent Handbook. ...

  • Bus Routes

    Follow this link to see bus routes for Cornwall students k-12. Please call Michelle Way at All-Star Transportation at 860-435-0352 with questions....

  • CCS Strategic School Improvement Plan

    This plan is the product of work by CCS faculty and staff, in coordination with all other Region One schools and the Region One Improvement Plan. Please contact Mr. Croft (mcroft@cornwallschool.org) with questions or ideas....

  • Region One Calendar

    The CCS calendar includes the Region One calendar, with limited changes. Please use the Region One Calendar as well as the CCS calendar sent home and on this site....

  • Chromebooks

    Chromebooks are small laptops that can run an array of web-based programs. Starting this year, all CCS grade 3-8 students will have a Chromebook to use at school and grade 5-8 students will be allowed to take their Chromebooks home if parents agree. ...

  • Summer Reading

    Becoming a reader is so important for young people as they develop fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension skills. We hope that your family is participating in the Governor’s Summer Reading Challenge. Students complete this journal and return it to ...