Cornwall, ON – The Cornwall Police Service (CPS) is currently conducting an investigation at Cornwall Collegiate and Vocational School (CCVS), located at 437 Sydney Street. The school is currently under lockdown and police officers are on scene conducting the investigation. At this time, we are asking parents and students to not attend the school and… Continue reading Another LOCKDOWN @ CCVS in Cornwall FRIDAY November 22, 2019 #CPS
It’s pretty sad and scary to see Cornwall’s Secondary School rankings slide further overall in the province according to the latest Fraser Institute Secondary School rankings. Sad, but not unpredictable as the Primary rankings have been scary too. Both St. Lawrence and CCVS scored less than 50% for testing which according to the Fraser is:… Continue reading UCDSB Secondary Schools Literacy Under 50% in Cornwall FRASER Inst. Rankings for 2017/18 050619
Senior Situation Room Edition 138 Dawn Ford New Year’s has come and gone and now we are stuck with all our New Year’s resolutions… or not, if you didn’t make any. I only have two: I will try doing some jigsaw puzzles which I have never tried and get back to doing more crossword puzzles.… Continue reading Senior’s Situation Room by Dawn Ford CCVS Thoughts & More 011619
Cornwall Ontario – You have to feel bad for supporters of CCVS. With the legendary school finishing its life as a school soon after falling victim to a wave of Ontario school closings, the school was hit by a wave of flooding. Parents complained that the school board didn’t notify them of the flooding and… Continue reading UCDSB Quiet as CCVS Floods from Roof to Basement JUNE 18, 2017
Cornwall Ontario – All the music lovers at Beek Lindsay Seniors Residence recently were delighted to have another wonderful concert given by Ed Lauzon and his guitar. Ed sang lots of familiar Rock and Roll and Country Western as well as some Gospel music. One nice thing about that is the residents knew… Continue reading Seniors Situation Room by Dawn Ford – Prince Philip CCVS Raiders & Tiger! MAY 28, 2017
CORNWALL ONTARIO – Mother’s Day is Sunday May 14th. for all of you who still have your Mom to cherish every day. The mind is a mysterious thing. The other night when I was going to sleep, the words of Ferlin Husky’s song, “Wings of a Dove” kept going through my mind. I… Continue reading Seniors Situation Room by Dawn Ford – Mother’s Day 2017
They say that you can pick your friends but not your relatives. I was lucky when my brother Ed Herrington married Mary Stapley. I got both a sister-in-law and a lifelong friend and, as an added bonus, kinship with the Stapley family. Mary has left us now for her heavenly home this week. I… Continue reading Seniors Situation Room by Dawn Ford Women Live Longer Than Men & Service Dogs JULY 3, 2016
Christmas lights are going up on houses. As the song says, it is beginning to look a lot like Christmas. Restaurants are decorating also. I was in the Cornwall BBQ the other day and they were trimming the restaurant with beautiful red poinsettias. Very pretty. It seems the Family Corner Restaurant at 9th. and Pitt… Continue reading Senior Situation by Dawn Ford – Merry Christmas & Happy Hanukkah 2015!
CORNWALL Ontario – Looks like Cornwall Ontario secondary schools have improved in Fraser Institute rankings from 2011/12! L’Heritage leap frogged into first moving from 164/725 ranking to 122/740 with a score of 7.6 from 7.3! Kudos to the kids and staff at the school. Overall it was good to see four out of six schools… Continue reading Cornwall Ontario Secondary Students Raise the Bar in Fraser Institute Rankings!
CFN – Journalism is a funny business. At the heart of it is the act of informing the public of news in the community. Deeper it’s about holding people accountable for the community. It’s serving the community from helping find lost dogs to exposing scandals. February will mark my fifth anniversary working… Continue reading More Swastikas in the Cornwall Ontario Area – Why Did Corus Radio Cornwall Daily Report on those and not at CCVS?
Cornwall Ontario – Such a simple act. Someone etches a swastika on a wall. It’s just an image and we have to apologize for the poor quality of the photo taken with an iPod in poor bathroom lighting; but imagine if you’re from a family of holocaust survivors and you see that image while… Continue reading CCVS Principal Patricia Brown Ignored Requests to Remove Swastikas In Boys Washrooms – Why? by Jamie Gilcig