The C-PP Approach
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The Corning-Painted Post School District's Standards-Based Learning Model shows students as learners in the center. The needs of all students are at the heart of our standards-based system of learning. Everything else connects to and supports the educational needs of every student in our district.
Corning-Painted Post District teaching teams work together to build on one another's strengths, understand the needs of ALL students, identify effective classroom strategies, and update curriculum. In addition, C-PP teachers continually work to enhance their instructional effectiveness. Working together and sharpening skills are two strategies that help C-PP teachers adopt classroom practices that improve the overall experience for ALL C-PP students while highlighting relevance among subject areas.
Corning-Painted Post teachers use data tools to gain precise insight about student needs and identify gaps in skills and knowledge for individuals and groups. Using data from standardized tests, teachers can pinpoint exactly which course topics need to be covered again or in a different way to improve student learning.
Assistant Superintendent for Elementary Education: Kerry Elsasser, (607) 936-3704 ext. 1004
Assistant Superintendent for Secondary Education: Michelle Caulfield, (607) 936-3704 ext. 1004
Administrative Assistant: Tammy Townsend firstname.lastname@example.org (607) 936-3704 ext. 1004
-Code of Conduct Summary
-Corning-Painted Post Area School District Parents’ Bill of Rights for Data Privacy and Security
-Pre K ProAction of Yates and Steuben
-Local Assistance Plan for Carder Elementary
-Local Assistance Plan for Winfield Elementary
-Dignity for All Students
-Academic Intervention Services
-Disclosure of APPR for Parents (forms)
-Teach More, Test Less: Testing Transparency FAQs
-New York State Education Department
-Helpful tips about State Tests
-New York State School Report Card Click here
-Early Education Click here
-Link: New York State Office of Family and Children Services Toll-free telephone number operated by the New York State Office of Child and Family Services ("OCFS") to receive reports of child abuse or neglect. That telephone number is 1-800-342-3720.
Do You Suspect Abuse or Maltreatment?
Report it Now!
Call our Statewide Toll Free Telephone Number:
If you are deaf or hard of hearing, call TDD/TTY at
or have your Video Relay System provider call
If you believe that a child is in immediate danger
or your local police department.
The Office of Children and Family Services Website may be accessed here: http://ocfs.ny.gov/main/
¿Sospechas de abuso o maltrato?
Llame a nuestro número de teléfono gratuito:
Si usted es sordo o tiene problemas auditivos, llame a TDD / TTY al
O haga que su proveedor de Video Relay Systema llame
Si usted cree que un niño está en peligro inmediato
Llame al 911
o al departamento de policía local.
Se puede acceder a la Oficina de Servicios para Niños y Familias a: http://ocfs.ny.gov/main/