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Checkmate! Chess At Cornerstone

Chess has been part of Cornerstone for many years, and was recently revived at one school thanks to a chance encounter.

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Cornerstone Students Take to the Airwaves

An innovative program at Cornerstone provides opportunities for students to write, host, and produce their own radio shows.

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Healthy Bodies, Healthy Communities: Cornerstone’s Comprehensive Wellness Program

Our Wellness Program promotes healthy habits among students, encouraging them to be role models for health within their peer and family circles.

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Cornerstone Athletics = Winning At Life

At Cornerstone, we’re preparing students who participate in our fitness and athletic programs to win on the field – and more importantly to win in life.

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Comerica VP Inspires Students

Five reason you’ll find yourself at home at Cornerstone Schools

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School Uniforms – Promoting Cooperation and Positive Behavior

When you visit one of our schools, I promise you’ll be impressed by how great our students look.

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Serving Others During COVID-19

Monday, January 18, 2021 is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day in the United States. It is the only federal holiday set aside as a national day of service. AmeriCorps has been charged by the federal government…

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All Students Deserve to be Healthy, Active & Ready to Learn

It’s startling to realize that the United States ranked last out of 21 industrialized nations in child health and safety. It is imperative that students are well-fed and active if they are going to be ready to learn.

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Individualized Learning

Many of us have heard of the term “Individualized Learning”, but what does it really mean? How does a teacher build individual learning structures with 30-36 students in a classroom?

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The Importance of Art in Education

The Arts create joy and success in education.  Having taught art in Detroit for over 15 years, the path I choose was right.  I love what I do.  The arts are important to education because they bring a form of truth to learning and enrich curriculum while bringing joy to students.

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