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.
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The grade four students did a fantastic job today at the Grade Four Tea. All the students in grade four interviewed a Cornwall resident, wrote an essay about their person, and shared that person's life story at the tea today. The students did an excellent job and we all learned some interesting things about the residents of Cornwall. Great Job Grade Four and Mrs. Binkowski! ...

There is a lot happening at CCS tonight! The students in k-4 will perform a play, the clothes swap is located in the lobby, the students in grade eight are still collecting games for charity, and the Scholastic Book Fair is located in the Library. Please help support our school library and office book basket by purchasing books at the Scholastic Book Fair to earn points. ...

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Amazing show tonight!!!!! Our kids did awesome!

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Just a reminder, all students in K-8 must wear snow pants, boots, coat, mittens/gloves and a hat if they want to go sledding or play in the snow during recess. If students are not wearing these items, they will not be allowed in the snow or participate in sledding. This requirement is for all students. ...

Just a reminder, all students in K-8 must wear snow pants, boots, coat, mittens/gloves and a hat if they want to go sledding or play in the snow during recess. If students are not wearing these items, they will not be allowed in the snow or participate in sledding. This requirement is for all students.Image attachmentImage attachment

The Taghhannuck Grange provided all 3rd graders in the community with their own personal dictionary. Thank you! ...

The Taghhannuck Grange provided all 3rd graders in the community with their own personal dictionary. Thank you!

Happy Thanksgiving Everyone! ...

Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!
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OUR MISSION & BELIEFS

CCS is a collaborative community that honors individuality, inspires creativity, and is dedicated to developing perseverance, excellence, and a passion for lifelong learning.

In pursuit of this Mission, we believe:

  • Students are most successful when family, school and community work together.
  • All students benefit from engaging, supportive and challenging learning experiences that prepare them for their ever-changing world.
  • A safe and respectful environment is essential for increasing student growth, responsibility and independence.
  • It is important to honor the history and values of our unique community while continuously improving teaching and learning.

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