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Upcoming Events:

June 27, 2016

HS Summer School Registration, 8 AM·2:30 PM

June 28, 2016

HS Summer School Registration, 8 AM·2:30 PM

June 29, 2016

HS Summer School Registration, 8 AM·2:30 PM

June 30, 2016

HS Summer School Registration, 8 AM·2:30 PM

July 6, 2016

Board of Education mtg., 5:15 PM, Columbian

August 3, 2016

Board of Education mtg., 5:15 PM, Columbian

Walking – The Hornell High School is open for walkers from 6:00 to 8:00 PM every day that school is in session.

The Hornell School District is offering "Gold Cards" for senior citizens (age 62 or older) residing in the Hornell School District. Click here for more information.

HCSD 2016 Parent Survey

Parents, please provide our district with feedback by completing a short survey regarding the social-emotional supports in your child’s school. Your responses will be used to help continue making improvements. The survey will only take a few minutes to complete.


Hornell school hours to change in September

Beginning in September, start and end times will change at all schools in the Hornell City School District. The change is the result of the district’s decision to move to “fleet busing,” which means that all of the buses in the fleet would be used to transport North Hornell and Bryant school students first, then a second run will be made to transport Intermediate and Jr./Sr. High school students.

Beginning in September, new school hours will be:

North Hornell

7:15 a.m. Parent and bus drop off begins
7:50 a.m. Instructional start time
2:05 p.m. Dismissal/bus pick up

Intermediate School

8:15 a.m. Parent and bus drop off begins
8:30 a.m. Instructional start time
3:15 p.m. Dismissal/bus pick up

Bryant School

7:20 a.m. Bus drop off begins
7:30 a.m. Parent drop off begins
7:45 a.m. Instructional start time
2:15 p.m. Dismissal/bus pick up

Junior/Senior High School

8:15 a.m. Parent drop off begins
8:20 a.m. Bus drop off begins
8:30 a.m. Instructional start time
3:07 p.m. Dismissal
3:20 p.m. Bus pick up

The change will cut down on the amount of time that students spend riding the bus each day and will maximize instructional time. According to Superintendent Doug Wyant, with the previous busing schedule, some students in lower grade levels were missing a portion of their first instructional period. Fleet busing will ensure that students arrive at the same time and instructional schedules can be planned accordingly.

Fleet busing also will eliminate the need for students to get on and off the buses at several stops throughout the run, and will separate younger and older students.

Because students will arrive at their school at about the same time, the move will reduce the amount of supervision required before and after school. Under the current schedule, there can be up to 45 minutes between the arrival of the first and last bus at a building.

Finally, fleet busing will make more buses available in the afternoon to transport students to sporting events. Currently, the district only has two buses available for this purpose before 4 p.m.

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Hornell City School District

District Goals for 2015-16

  1. Continue to increase student achievement towards meeting the goals outlined in the Common Core Standards.
  2. Continue to provide intervention and enrichment for all students through differentiation and explicit instruction.
  3. Continue to provide staff opportunities to collaborate, review and use student data for planning instruction and providing intervention, develop common expectations and build positive relationships.
  4. Continue to manage the fiscal responsibilities of the District in a manner which supports the educational opportunities for students.

Our Mission

The Hornell City School District's mission is to assure that: All students acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to become responsible and productive members of society. Every student has the opportunity to develop to their fullest potential.

The Hornell City School District is in compliance with the U.S. Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX, and Section 504. The District provides equal opportunity and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age or handicap.

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