11/19/21 Cornwall News

Posted by Heather Raabe on 11/19/2021

Hello Cornwall families,


Wishing everyone an enjoyable break - restful, busy, active or whatever way you prefer a break to be!

Health and Safety update from Kelly Landwehr

Please take a look at this week's health and safety update.


Thank you to the nurses for organizing and facilitating vaccine clinics at school!


They did so quickly and efficiently, and we appreciate the work they are doing every day.

Introducing the Snow Eagle!

On Wednesday, a snow plow named by Cornwall School students, arrived at school for all to see! Ben, the plow driver, takes care of Rte. 30 and parts of Rte. 74 and said he loves the name “Snow Eagle” because he loves eagles. If you see the plow out and about, look for the name on the side, and give Ben a wave!






Gallery Walk and Gratitude

When buddy classrooms met this week, they created artifacts to show what they are grateful for.


Each group created unique visuals with their buddies. Today (Friday), near the end of the day, we will hold a Gallery Walk so that all students can visit and see the artifacts that were created. Please see the Photos of the Week! for images.


We are also grateful to FOCS and the school community for providing lunches for teachers and staff on Thursday. Thank you for your thoughtfulness!

Class Highlight- PE, from Ms. Morrison

​​This week in PE we are wrapping up our jumping unit. Kindergarten, First graders and Second graders worked on some math skills and did some jumping stations. While Fourth and Fifth grade had some fun outside on an obstacle course. Third grade has been working extra hard and earned the opportunity to pick a game they wanted to play in PE. They all had a blast playing capture the flag!





Again, enjoy the break, and we're looking forward to seeing everyone back at school November 29!