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Students Travel to Inventionland

Cornell's 8th grade students recently visited the Inventionland, located in RIDC park. During the tour, students witnessed several unique work areas like a pirate ship, giant robot, tree house, and many more . Inventionland creates these areas in the hopes of inspiring the many inventors that work there. Students were also allowed to explore the state-of-the-art studios and watch a video on how an idea becomes a product. After completing a pencil-holder maker project, students ate lunch in the castle.
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Chipotle Fundraiser - Tuesday, October 23rd

Cornell's 8th grade is hosting a fundraiser on Tuesday, October 23rd at Chipotle in Robinson from 4-8 PM. Tell the cashier you are there to support Cornell's 8th grade trip to DC and a portion of your dinner costs will go to benefit the students trip! See you then and thank you for the support!
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1st Day of School!

Welcome back Cornell High School students! First student day will be Monday, August 27. If anyone has questions pertaining to bus stop information please click on "Parents" tab and then click on "Transportation." Any other questions please call the high school office at 412-264-5010 ext. 121. See everyone Monday morning!
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Wreaths Across America

Recently, the Key Club traveled to Washington DC to volunteer for Wreaths Across America. Students participated in wreath-laying ceremonies at Arlington National Cemetery. Students fundraised throughout the year in order to participate in this event. A special thank you to Mrs. Miriam Klein and Mrs. Megan Fuga for sponsoring the trip.
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Chain Reaction Contraption

Congratulations to Mr. Tavis Bogue’s Advanced Science class for winning “Most Efficient Reset” at the Carnegie Science Center’s Chain Reaction Contraption Contest.
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For the second year in a row, Cornell had a great showing at the Three Rivers Educational Technology Conference (TRETC). Mrs. Rachel McVeagh had a packed session, for the third year in a row, “Classroom Innovation: New and Better.” Mrs. Amy Palo and Mrs. Miriam Klein teamed up to share resources from all of the projects they work on, “Digital Humanities.” Mrs. Susan Dunning and Mrs. Miriam Klein brought their Games for Change Champion girls to share their work in a poster session. Finally, Mr. Tavis Bogue’s Advanced Science students shared their chain reaction contraption as part of the student showcase. Mr. Bogue’s students were also interviewed by SLB Radio’s Youth Express.
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