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Cornelia Elementary

7000 Cornelia Drive, Edina, MN 55435

Office: 952-848-4600 | Attendance: 952-848-4602

Cornelia Elementary

ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • Spring Read-a-Thon Kickoff with author Stephen Shaskan!
     
    Local children’s book author/illustrator Stephen Shaskan visited Cornelia Elementary on Friday, April 11, to speak to students about reading and creating books as part of the kickoff for Cornelia’s fourth annual Spring Into Reading Read-a-Thon. Stephen discussed his process for making books, as well as playing his guitar and singing fun songs. 
     
    Last year’s Read-a-Thon raised $10,500. This year’s goal is $14,000. Principal Chris Holden said, “The Read-a-Thon allows our students to set ambitious reading goals and celebrate their achievements—all while supporting our school.”
     
    See Edina Sun Current article! 
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  • CORNELIA IS A REWARD SCHOOL!
     
    For the second time in three years Cornelia was named a “Reward School” by the Minnesota Department of Education. Reward Schools are the top 15 percent of Title I schools based on the Multiple Measurements Rating (MMR). They represent the highest-performing schools on the four domains in the MMR:   student proficiency on the Minnesota Comprehensive Assessment MCA, student growth on the MCA, achievement gap reduction, and graduation rates.
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  • STAFF Information: Birth to 5 Study
    • REMINDER about Next Generation of EPS community dialogues: As part of the district’s Next Generation of Edina Public Schools strategic work, staff are invited to attend community dialogue sessions for both the Birth to Grade 5 and Secondary Program Studies. Note that all staff are invited to attend the meetings. 
    Click here for information on the Staff Meetings 
    Click here for information on the Community Meetings 
     
    FAMILY Information: Birth to 5 Study
    • Next Generation of EPS Community Dialogues - As part of the district’s ongoing development and implementation of the Next Generation of Edina Public Schools Strategic Plan, the community is invited to attend input sessions on both the Birth to Grade 5 Study and the Secondary Study. Click here to read more and view a schedule of upcoming meetings. 
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  • Cornelia Students Participate in the “Doodle 4 Google” Competition!


    Doodle 4 Google is a competition open to K-12 students of U.S. schools to create their own Google doodle. This year’s theme is: “If I Could Invent One Thing to Make the World a Better Place…" Mrs. Edam's 5th grade and Mrs. Huberty's 3rd grade have entered this event. Watch the video of Cornelia's 5th graders meeting the Doodler!
     
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    CALENDAR

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    SPOTLIGHT

     
    wellness challenge Student Wellness Challenge
     
    Saturday, April 26
    9:00 a.m. - Noon
    South View Middle School Gym
     

    Are you ready to Ignite Your Spark? Join us at our first-ever Student Wellness Challenge for a day of engaging activities that will show participants how to enhance brain function and beat stress through food choice, physical activity, gratitude and service.

     
    This free event is made possible in part by the generous support of the Edina Education Fund. Prizes will be awarded and guest speaker/author Dr. John Ratey will join us to talk more about the mind-body connection.
     
    Click here to RSVP & Click here to learn more about the event guest speaker, Dr. John Ratey.