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Corron Mission Statement

Corron is a safe, warm and inviting community where all are valued and empowered. We celebrate growth. Clear evidence highlights the impact we have academically, socially and emotionally.

From the Principal

This year’s student conferences are different in more ways than one. The fact that they will be done via Zoom is definitely a significant change. But the timing and focus is an even bigger shift than in past years. Rather than focusing on reviewing report cards and student progress, these conferences will be primarily focused on looking at strengths and areas of growth for each student and then sharing goals related to academics and learner characteristics. Research shows that students perform better and learn more when they are involved in the decisions made regarding their education. Goal-setting is an essential way to involve students. Your child will be joining his or her conference for at least a portion of the time. Having them as part of the conversation is an important part of building responsibility and ownership of learning. Our teachers look forward to partnering with all of you in order to support each individual child. Please reflect on the following questions so that you can share your insights at your child’s conference.

  • What has been a success for your child?
  • What has been a challenge?
  • How can you support your child with reaching his or her goals?

I look forward to hearing from students about the goals that they have set and the steps they will be taking to achieve them!

Chris Balaskovits

Upcoming Dates

Sept. 21st - Oct. 7th

Pick-A-Time Parent Conference online sign-up closes at midnight on 10/7

(See conference & Zoom directions in the attachments below)

Thursday, Oct. 8th - NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS

Parent/Teacher Conferences (all virtual)


Parent/Teacher Conferences (all virtual)

Monday, Oct. 12th - NO SCHOOL

Columbus Day Holiday


Election Day Holiday


Remote Learning Planning Day

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Dressing for the weather

This is the time of year where our weather can change significantly throughout the day. Please send your child to school with a jacket and appropriate clothing as they will be outside on most days.
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Kindergarten students can order take home meals

District 303 is now offering the opportunity for kindergarten students to order a meal that can be taken home after school. Students will choose items from a menu that will be ordered by their classroom teacher. The meals will be brought to the classroom 15 minutes prior to dismissal. Meals that students select are free of charge as part of the Federal Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) that has been extended through December 31, 2020.

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