Cortland Enlarged City School District
 

Attention Cortland Enlarged City School District Taxpayers

Beginning August 1, 2014, school tax payments will no longer be collected at the Kaufman Center at 1 Valley View Drive.

Mail Payments

(checks payable to Cortland Enlarged City School District)
Cortland Enlarged City School District
P.O. Box 766
Ithaca, New York  14851-0766

 

In Person Payments

Present coupon and payment to teller at
Tompkins Trust Company

36 Main Street, Cortland NY
or
Tompkins Trust Company
139 North Street Extension, Dryden NY

Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Saturday, 9:00 a.m. - noon

A Message from Our Community Partners

Graduation is a memorable time for students
and we are committed to making this time as safe as possible. 
Too often a celebration is marred by the consequences of
underage drinking, drug use and/or impaired driving. 

The Social Host Law holds individuals responsible
for permitting consumption of alcohol by anyone under 21 on his/her property.
This means that parents or other individuals who allow parties on/in their premises
where those under 21 years of age drink can be charged and fined
up to $250 and 15 days in jail. 

For a fact sheet on the Social Host Ordinance, click on the link below.


Mission Statement
 Cortland

"The Cortland Enlarged City School District
values all community members as partners in creating a positive learning environment for all students.  This environment prepares all students to reach their fullest potential in becoming life-long learners, and successful, contributing members of the society in which they live."

Vision Statement

     Success is the product of a mutually supportive partnership between the school, family and community. Students and staff take pride and accept responsibility for the school, creating a safe and supportive environment. It is a culture where all are welcomed and accepted and interactions are positive and productive.

     Our instructional environment is engaging and relevant and reflects the best practices in instructional design and delivery, including 21st century skills. It allows teachers to work collaboratively within professional learning communities, promotes student engagement and participation in the school community and challenges and supports students at the individual level.

     The instructional environment is progressive and authentic through the use of technology and project based learning, promotes independent thinking and ensures teachers and students are continuous, self-directed learners.

     Our instructional environment uses assessment to drive instruction and results in all students graduating.

 
Guiding Values
P     PROFESSIONALISM
R     RESPECT

 I      INTEGRITY
D     DILIGENCE
E     EXCELLENCE & EQUITY 

Cortland Public Education Foundation
 
 
The Cortland Public Education Foundation (CPEF) provides program grant funding opportunities to teachers, staff and administrators of the Cortland Enlarged City School District which support innovative classroom and curriculum projects promoting educational excellence in students. CPEF funding comes from private fundraising that does not involve taxpayer dollars in the normal scope of the school operating budget. 

CPEF raises monies throughout the year and its annual summer golf tournament. Donations are also accepted with all contributions being tax deductible.  For further information visit www.cpef.shutterfly.com, click on the button below or contact CPEF Board President Andrew Polley by email at sapolley4@yahoo.com.


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