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The Pillar – December 2018

 

Career Pathways Serves Both Scholars and Corporate Partners
More than 200 Cornerstone Health + Technology High School students attend weekly internships, learning first-hand on-the-job skills at a variety of businesses. OHM is just one of our internship providers. In this video, OHM Advisors president, John Hiltz, shares how important these student internships are for their organization and industry.
Learn more about Cornerstone Career Pathways here: Career Pathways
Support Cornerstone Families with Our Winter Clothing Drive
Our supporters often ask how they can contribute to the lives of our students. This winter, the Cornerstone K-8 schools are collecting winter clothing items for the students and families. Click below to get the details on how you can help.
Teachers with Passion: Mr. Darrell Redrick
At Cornerstone Schools, we’re incredibly fortunate to have teachers who are passionate about providing our students with what they need to create successful futures. One of our teachers with passion, Mr. Darrell Redrick, aka “Mr. Red,” shares why he considers his work at Cornerstone an “adventure.”
We’re looking for more teachers like Mr. Redrick. If you or someone you know would like to join our team, apply now: Cornerstone Careers
We Appreciate You!
As the end of the year approaches, we are looking back with gratitude to all who help make a Cornerstone education possible for more than 3,500 students at our five schools. From Partners to parents, teachers to custodians, Cornerstone’s work is possible only because our community comes together to support our students.
When you consider your end-of-year giving, please keep Cornerstone in mind. State funding goes only so far, and we want to continue to offer our students the latest technology, curricula, and programs to help them succeed. Thank you for your continued support of Cornerstone students.
Cornerstone Alumnus Pursues His Passion for Culinary Arts
Cornerstone alumnus, Howard Harlan, has always loved to cook and make people smile with his delicious dishes. A 2015 graduate, he credits his teachers at Cornerstone for helping him navigate his path to culinary school and for his new career as a chef. “I would tell anyone thinking of sending their child to Cornerstone that it is a safe and welcoming place with a lot of support to help your child succeed in life,” Howard said. 
Cornerstone Jefferson-Douglass Academy Chess Team Remains Undefeated
Chess coach Chevelle Brown says, “Chess is life,” and since her Cornerstone Jefferson-Douglass Academy team is undefeated so far this season, we think she’s onto something. Besides the thrill of competing, chess helps our scholars develop their academic skills. Click on the link below to read what Coach Brown told us about her team and why she’s passionate about chess. 
Happy New Year from the Cornerstone Family!
Wishing you and your family love, laughter, and success in the coming year.
Drawing by 2nd grader Autumn, a student at Cornerstone Jefferson-Douglass Academy
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