2015 Local Earned Income Tax Returns
Muse Construction Camera
School District Policies
PA Child Welfare Portal
Final Budget 2015 - 2016
Proposed Final Budget 2016-2017
Canon-McMillan School District Comprehensive Plan
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Canon-Mcmillan Community Scholarship Foundation
School Closings and Delays
2016 Summer School Registration Form
2016 Summer School Program
2016 Summer School Regulations
CM Statement on Track
Annual Audit Report 6-30-2015
AFR 6-30-2015 (revised 12-15-15)
K-6 Summer Enrichment Program
Due to declining participation and the uncertainty of state funding the Canon-
McMillan School District will not offer summer enrichment classes this year for
grades K-6. This does not affect Summer School Classes for grades 9-12.
Canon-Mac's Jordan Smith Recognized as WPIAL Scholar-Athlete
Congratulations are in order for Canon-McMillan High School senior Jordan Smith, who was recently recognized as a WPIAL Scholar-Athlete.
The WPIAL Scholar-Athlete Program recognizes well-rounded male and female student-athletes who will graduate in 2016 and have been outstanding in the areas of athletic achievement, academic excellence and school/community service. Smith, one of just 20 athletes to be honored, recei...ved a $1,000 scholarship to be used at the college of their choice and a commemorative plaque at a recent banquet.
Smith is a AAAA Team All-Conference football player and letterman in football, basketball, and track and field who holds the Canon-McMillan High School record for most receptions in a season, most reception yards in a season, and most reception touchdowns in a season.
In addition, he is the vice president of the National Honor Society, vice president of the Spanish Club, a member of the Spanish National Honor Society, and a member of Lead CM.
Smith will attend Gannon University in the fall to study biomedical engineering.
Canon-McMillan School District Approves Three-Year Contract with Teachers
Canon-McMillan School District's Board of Directors on Thursday unanimously approved a three-year contract with the Canon-McMillan Education Association.
The district and union released this statement:
"We are happy that the CMEA contract has been ratified prior to its expiration. It has been a collaborative process where the parties have, once again, come together to achieve positive resolve. What is especially outstanding about this process is that the parties worked together in a non-traditional fashion to negotiate this contract without the presence of legal counsel."
"We are pleased to have accomplished this task and now we can focus that additional energy on the mission of serving kids."
The budgetary impact of the new contract is a 3 percent increase in salaries over the duration of the three-year deal.
CMHS Art Students Participate in, Support, Memory Project
The joy in the Ethiopian orphans’ faces is almost palpable. There were squeals of joy and beaming smiles, thanks in part to the creativity and heart of some of Canon-McMillan High School’s art students.
Ms. Ashley Van Auken’s Art Club students (both current and former) created portraits of the orphans as part of what’s known as The Memory Project, a nonprofit organization that invites art teachers and their students to create portraits for youth around the world who have faced substantial challenges, such as neglect, abuse, loss of parents and extreme poverty.
This is the third year Ms. Van Auken and her students have been involved with the project, helping to raise more than $3,550 for its cause: helping those children in need.
She and her class received a video recently from The Memory Project showing the students receiving the portraits – footage complete with much laughter and many smiling faces.
“Over the next few years, (the portraits) will be reminders of how many people care about their well-being,” organizers of The Memory Project wrote, adding that they hoped our Canon-McMillan art students truly understood “the depth of the contribution to (the orphans’) lives.”
Ms. Van Auken said her students had varying reactions to the heartfelt video thank you from the project.
“Some of the students kind of stared out into space in awe, and some shed a tear,” she said, adding that they all found it worthwhile.
To view the video, click here: https://memoryproject.app.box.com/v/AshleyVanAuken/1/5009553525/60493108809/1
CMHS Students Win Second Place at PA Envirothon Competition
Congratulations are in order for a group of Canon-McMillan High School students who recently took second place at the Pennsylvania Envirothon Competition.
The students, who had been studying topics in forestry, wildlife, aquatics, invasive species, and soils since September, performed well on the three hour, rigorous test.
The students who participated are:
“We are so proud of each of them,” their sponsors, high school teachers Sandy Strosko and Chelsea Geist said.
The mission of the Canon-McMillan School District, in partnership with the community, is to invest in our greatest resource, our students. We strive to teach, challenge and support all students to prepare them for college and careers with the information and skills necessary to compete, achieve and serve as leaders in a global economy as ethical and responsible citizens.
The vision of the Canon-McMillan School District is to graduate all students with the ethical and effective communication, critical and creative thinking skills necessary for success in an evolving global economy.
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