• Clearances and Field Trips

    It's spring trip season and your children are likely taking their class trip in the next few weeks.  If you are attending a class trip, like Education Day with the Fightins - grades 3 to 5 on Thursday, June 1, you must have clearances to attend with our group.  

    Please follow this link, complete/print the Criminal History, Child Abuse, and Wilson Volunteer forms, and return to the office.  It takes about an hour of your time to finish, but it is valid at Wilson School District for up to 5 years from the date you requested the clearances.  There is no cost to you as long as you make sure to select "volunteer" as your reason to request your clearances. 

    Please contact Mrs. VanOstenbridge at with questions. 

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  • Fun Run - Friday, May 26

    This year’s Cornwall Terrace Fun Run will be held on May 26th with a rain date set for May 30th!! Things will be a little different than in years past.  We are looking for 100% student participation. Instead of sending home sponsor sheets, we will be asking each family to donate $5 per child.  Once the child’s $5 is received, their name will be entered into a raffle to win Dorney Park or Hershey Park tickets.  With 100% participation this gives EVERY child at CT the opportunity to win.  Families can also donate additional money if they choose. On May 22-25,  we will be selling grade/color coordinated “sneakers” with a lollipop for $.50 . Sneakers will be hung in the cafeteria and we’ll see which grade has the most sneakers!

    One class from each group:   K-1, 2-3, and 4-5 will win an ice cream party for the most “sponsor” money raised!  Class sizes will be taken into account when selecting winners.


    Grade level shirt colors are as follows:

    K:  Red

    1:   Yellow

    2:  Green

    3:  Orange

    4:  Blue

    5:  White

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  • Key Dates in May 

    • 3 - Band Concert Rehearsal 7:00 pm-8:15 pm, HS Auditorium
    • 4 - Band, Orchestra, & 5th grade chorus in school concert dress rehearsal
    • 4 - Spring Concert 7:00 - 9:00 pm, HS Auditorium
    • 15 - PTO Meeting 6:30, 2nd floor flex room
    • 16 - 3rd grade field trip (1 of 2)
    • 17 - 3rd grade field trip (2 of 2) 
    • 18 - 4th grade field trip 
    • 25 - 5th grade field trip 
    • 25 - Dress like you've achieved your goal spirit day - celebrating Perseverance
    • 26 - Early dismissal at 11:45 am
    • 29 - School closed

    . . . . in June

    • 1 - Education Day with the Fightins field trip, grades 3 to 5
    • 3 - HS Graduation
    • 8 - Last day of school for students (tentative)
    • 9 - Last day of school for staff


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  • Berks Summer Strings "Camp"

    To keep up your awesome skills, Mrs. Campbell invites all elementary string musicians to sign up for a weekly 2 hours Berks Summer Strings "Camp" to keep your skills.  For a schedule of dates and times, visit Berks Summer Strings here and look for the article "Summer is Almost Here" posted on April 25, 2017.  To register, please follow this link to the Berks Summer Strings Registration page.

    Please contact Mrs. Campbell at with questions.

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    Summer Reading Opportunity from the Librarian

    This year the Cornwall Terrace Library will allow students to check out 10 books over the summer break. Students may choose their books during the last week of school June 5-9th. Parents may come into school to help choose books. Also, students may submit a list of the books they would like to check out to the library, and the staff will work to gather them.  

    Please note this offer is only valid for students in good standing who have no outstanding fines and have returned all their library books as of June 5.  Click here for the link to the permission slip.  Contact Mrs. Houck at with additional questions. 



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  • Watch D.O.G.S. (Dads Of Great Students) Program

    We are thrilled to continue Watch D.O.G.S. (Dads Of Great Students), a nationally recognized program that has brought hundreds of thousands of fathers and father figures into our nation's schools.  The goals are to provide positive male role models for all students just by being present and active in the school and to provide an extra set of eyes and ears to enhance school security and reduce bullying.

    Success is a result of participation, and we need you!  Who are you?  You are fathers, step-fathers, grandfathers, uncles, and other father figure who will volunteer one day of your time during the school year to be a Watch D.O.G.S Dad.

    What may I be asked to do?  

    • Help direct traffic in the morning, helping students get from their car to the school
    • Check to make all of the doors in the school are locked
    • Work with the children in various grade levels
      • Helping with reading, sight word flash cards, or staying focused or on task
    • Have lunch/recess with your child!

    How Do I Volunteer?  Contact our new guidance counselor, Mr. Justin A. Foster at or 610-670-0180 X3057*

    For more information on Watch D.O.G.S, please visit:

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  • Volunteer Opportunity

    Please sign up for CT Cafeteria Volunteers 2016-2017!  In an effort to provide more opportunities for you to spend time in school with your children and give a HUGE helping hand to our younger friends during lunch, we invite family members to join us during 1st and 2nd grade recess/lunch from 11:00 a.m. to noon. The success of our Watch DOGS dads program and feedback from other parents led us to extend this wonderful opportunity with more family members! Our little friends need help - a lot of help - reaching food in the lunch line and opening containers/food bags at their lunch table.

    We're using (the leading online signup and reminder tool) to organize everything.

    Here's how it works in 3 easy steps:
    1. Click this link to go to our invitation page on
    2. Enter your email address: (You will NOT need to register an account on
    3. Sign up! will send you an automated confirmation and reminders. Easy!

    Note: does not share your email address with anyone.


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