Cordova School District is currently distributing 4,000 meals per week as part of its “grab-and-go” meal program, which commenced March 31.
Three weeks after the beginning of an indefinitely long spring break, classes are still suspended, but lunch is back on.
Cordova School District has suspended district-sponsored travel for both students and staff, according to a Friday, March 13 release by Superintendent Alex Russin. This excludes travel already underway, though this may also be curtailed as new information emerges.
During her eight-year tenure as principal, Gayle Groff shifted Mt. Eccles Elementary School's focus toward students’ emotional development. To Groff, a maladjusted student is a poorly educated student, regardless of how high his test scores are.
Earlier this month, despite single-digit temperatures and brisk winds, sixth grade students at Mt. Eccles Elementary School embarked on two overnight winter adventures.
"The big goal in my mind is to engage the community and help the public understand and see — literally, see — where they might fit into the plan, rather than leafing through 40 pages of documents," says Superintendent Alex Russin.
A new policy under consideration by the Cordova School Board outlines how staff may interact with students online.
Students were supplied with batteries, conductive thread, LEDs, needles and fabric. The one thing they weren’t given was an instruction manual.
Wolverine fans have high hopes for this year’s CHS team, seeking Cordova’s first state boys title under the ASAA classification system adopted back in 1983.
Cordova music students have distinguished themselves with their recent achievements, writes Chelsea Corrao.