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Download the 2014-15 Budget Newsletter

Upcoming Events:

October 1, 2014

IS mustache day

Homecoming bonfire, 6 PM

PSAT registration deadline

October 2, 2014

IS prom day

October 3, 2014

IS red, white & blue day

HOMECOMING football game vs. Bath

HS 5-week marking period ends

October 4, 2014

Coaches vs. Cancer (all games vs. Bath)

October 6, 2014

Bully-free shirt day (districtwide)

Fire Prevention Week, NH

Board of Education Meeting - 6:30 PM - Columbian School Conference Room

October 7, 2014

Fire Prevention Week, NH

October 8, 2014

Fire Prevention Week, NH

October 9, 2014

Fire Prevention Week, NH

October 10, 2014

No school – Conference day

HS 5-week progress report issued

October 11, 2014

SAT exam, HS

October 15, 2014

PSAT exam, HS

Jr/Sr. HS picture retakes

October 22, 2014

Board of Education Meeting - 5:00 PM - Columbian School Conference Room

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.

Welcome to the

Hornell City School District

Congratulations to Kristen LaFleur, grade 7 consultant teacher at Hornell Junior High School, who recently received ServU Credit Union's Owlstanding Teacher Award. LaFluer was one of three local educators to receive the award, which recognizes individuals who demonstrate commitment to students, an innovative teaching style and concern for the community.

A family friend nominated LaFleur for the award, citing her efforts to help Hornell students learn about global issues. More than 100 teachers were nominated for the award, according to Carrie Foley, Marketing Manager for ServU Credit Union.

Here, LaFleur (right) and Junior High Principal Ted Illi receive a $100 check from the ServU mascot.


Hornell City School District Goals:

  1. High level of learning for all students
  2. Skillful leadership in every building
  3. Quality teachers in every classroom

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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