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Accountability, Assessment & Categorical Programs

Welcome to the Office of Accountability, Assessment, & Categorical Programs!

1312697144615_w235.jpgCoordinator:  Lynda Patton

Phone:                 530-824-7701 x1260

FAX:                    530-824-2493

Email:                 lpatton@corningelementary.org

CUESD Vision Statement

Corning Union Elementary School District educates ALL students to be critical and analytical thinkers, active community members, and responsible global citizens.  We accomplish this by providing student-centered learning focused on the whole child in a safe, positive setting.  Our commitment to excellence prepares students for 21st century opportunities, college, and careers.

The Office of Accountability, Assessment, and Categorical Programs strives to deliver relevant, accurate, and timely strategic planning, information, and research in the areas of student achievement, federal and state accountability, student enrollment and attendance, school utilization, and program evaluation. By doing so I hope to positively impact the learning environment and academic achievement of all CUESD students.

Students are our primary focus here at CUESD.  However, your child must be AT SCHOOL in order to learn, and not fall behind his/her classmates.  Also, absences for any reason cost Corning Elementary funding, and put our available educational programs, such as Music and Art, at risk.  Please, send your student to school every day.  If he/she needs to be absent, try to come to school to at least pick up school/home work.  Independent Study is also available, if your student will be out of school for from 5 to 20 school days.  Please come to the school to pick up a homework packet and sign the Independent Study contract.

District Demographics

Corning Elementary consists of:

3 Schools Kindergarten – 6th grades

1 School Kindergarten - 8th grades

1 Middle School 7th & 8th grades

1 Community Day School 3rd – 8th grades

1 Home School/Long-Term Independent Study Program K – 8th grades

                                                                                   

 1900 Students                                          1 Superintendent

                                                                         1 Assistant Superintendent

35 % English Learners                              5 Principals

58% Hispanic                                               108 Teachers

40% White                                                  2 Psychologists          

84% Free and Reduced Meals                 1 Counselor

Average Class Size is about 24:1             1 District-wide Nurse

                                                                           1 CBO

                                                                           8 District-wide Supervisors/Coordinators

                                                                           101 Other Classified Employees

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