"Ms. Wright died last night," I said as clearly as I could, sitting in one of those tiny Kindergarten chairs with the Kindergarten and First grade sitting on the floor in front of me. My tears welling up, my voice cracking. I don't really remember much beyond their scrunched up wet faces as I followed my script. The room was filled with parents and other staff modeling that it was ok to cry.Read More
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On Friday afternoon, as I walked the halls checking on classes and trying to keep ahead of the storm -- willing myself to the closing bell and the impending three-day weekend -- I noticed a parent walking up and down our hallways and stairwells and around our property.Read More
Cornerstone was blessed to have one of our former students share her college experience with our Juniors and Seniors last week. She was one of our brightest students during her time with us and always exhibited the values of a Cornerstone student. Most importantly, she grew in the knowledge of the Lord during her time here.Read More
It was my first year as Principal, and I was forcing a new ninth-grader to take a makeup test after school. This reluctant test taker was probably one of our brightest students, but sadly he had no desire to do much work...Read More