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Corning Union Elementary School District

Corning Union Elementary School District

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    How to engage learning throughout the summer

    Free Summer Meals Program
    Free Summer Meals

    FREE summer meals are no hassle! Parents don’t need to apply to get a free summer meal for their kids and teens. They can simply bring their child to one of the sites listed below and their kids can enjoy it without the hassle of having to fill out an application.

    Meals start June 17 - July 19 (closed July 4 &5)

    Rancho Tehama Elementary (Mon-Thurs)
    17357 Stagecoach Road Corning, CA 
    Bfast; 8:00-8:30 am
    Lunch: 11:30-12:00 pm

    Woodson Elementary (Mon - Fri)
    150 N. Toomes Corning, CA
    Bfast:8:30-9:00 am
    Lunch: 12:00-12:45 pm

    For questions, call the District Office at 824-7700.

    How to engage summer learning 

    A community-wide effort to actively engage students and families throughout the summer is a critical component for decreasing the documented summer slide. Learn why summer activities are so important as well as what is available for all age groups below:

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    Explore More Activity Guide Summer 2019

    Expect More Tehama Summer Activity Guide
    When Should I Keep My Student Home
    PDF Tips From The School Nurse

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    Corning Grammar School, 1888

    About our district

    Formed in 1888, Corning Union Elementary School District encompasses 170 square miles in Tehama County and borders Glenn County to the south.  The territory of the District is located in the southern part of Tehama County and includes the City of Corning and adjacent unincorporated areas.  The City is situated about 115 miles north of Sacramento, the State Capital, and about 15 miles south of Red Bluff, the County seat and home of the world famous Red Bluff Round-up.  Population for the City of Corning is approximately 8,000. Corning Elementary is one of the top three major employers for the Corning area. 

    The original school house built in 1888 is seen on the left.