Muse Construction Camera
School District Policies
PA Child Welfare Portal
Facility Request Procedure
Final Budget 2016-2017
Canon-McMillan School District Comprehensive Plan
(Hard copies are available at the Central Administration Office)
Canon-Mcmillan Community Scholarship Foundation
School Closings and Delays
CMSD Summer 2017 Menu
Healthy Summer Break
6/30/2016 Audit Report
Town Hall Meeting Presentation File
Hall of Honor 2017 Nominations
Final General Budget 17-18
June 2017 District Snapshot
CM Act 36 Posting NSIS / BM 7/21 - 7/25
Canon-McMillan Seniors Receive Awards from WACTC
Three Canon-McMillan High School students—Joshua Ali, George Demnyan and Cami Yerkey—were honored recently with Outstanding Senior Awards from the Western Area Career and Technology Center.
To be considered for this award, students must maintain excellent academics, have excellent attendance, and be a good ambassador for both Western Area and the sending school.
Ali was the outstanding senior for the carpentry program, while Demnyan was selected to represent the heating and air conditioning program, and Yerkey was selected to represent the protective services program.
Congratulations to all three!
Celebrating Emergency Service Day with Blessings in a Backpack of Canonsburg
Blessings in a Backpack of Canonsburg partnered with borough Mayor David H. Rhome and municipal fire, police and ambulance personnel helped celebrate Emergency Services Day May 3 doing something they know about well: Giving back.
The group packed food at South Central and First Street elementary schools for children who are eligible to receive a weekly backpack full of food to help meet their dietary needs over the weekend.
This is the second time this school year that local EMS members have helped pack food for children here in the Canon-McMillan School District.
Blessings in a Backpack organizers thanked all of the participants for volunteering their time to help local kids, adding that all involved are looking forward to continuing the parternship in the 2017-18 school year.
CM Business and Finance Director Honored
Congratulations are in order Canon-McMillan's Director of Business and Finance Joni Mansmann, who was elected vice president/president elect of the Pennsylvania Association of School Business Officials.
Ms. Mansmann, who was offered a lifetime membership to the organization, was elected to the position at PASBO's annual conference held in Pittsburgh recently.
She will serve as president of the organization in three years.
"This is a remarkable accomplishment and it is an honorable moment for our dedicated Canon-McMillan employee," Superintendent Michael Daniels said.
Ms. Mansmann's professional professional achievement was most recently recognized by the Canon-McMillan Board of Directors at their April meeting.
Canon-Mac Students Win Scholastic Art Competition
Canon-McMillan High School art students were recognized recently for their art accomplishments at the Scholastic Art and Writing Competition of Southwestern Pennsylvania.
Lindsay Hill, a junior, received a Gold Key and an American Vision Award, the highest
level of achievement on the regional level, for her photography piece titled “Night at
Kelsey Benedict, a senior, received three Gold Keys for her drawings titled “Peace & Balance” and “Cherry Bomb” and design piece titled “(Verb) To Develop; To Progress.”
Hannah Chop, a sophomore, received a Gold Key for her photography piece titled “Train Bridge.”
Their Gold Key work was forwarded to New York for national level adjudication. National winners will be announced in March.
Winners of a Silver Key for distinguished achievement on the regional level were:
• Rylie McGrady, senior, for her painting, “Sticky.”
• Liz Passante, senior, for her photography piece, “Rock on.”
• Allison Paxton, junior, for her painting, “Determination.”
Honorable Mentions were:
• Kelsey Benedict, senior, “La Luna,” and “17 Years Strong” and “My Peace,” drawings
• Hannah Chop, sophomore, “The Melody of Heart Strings,” drawing; as well as “Flower in Bloom,” and “Serene Sunset,” photography
• Tayanna Harrison, senior, “Brain Matter,” painting
• Alexa Kildare, senior, “London Nights,” drawing
• Cassidy King, senior, “First World Problem,” and “Stop Smoking,” drawings; “Tia,” mixed-media
• Rylie McGrady, senior, “Dazed,” painting
• Liz Passante, senior, “Molly Ann,” photography
• Allison Paxton, junior, “Me and My Converse,” drawing; and “From the Ground Up,” photography
• Baylee Smith, junior, “Peaceful Days,” painting
• Samantha Sonnet, junior, “Lost in Thought,” drawing; and “Smell the Flowers,” photography
• Ciara Wagner, senior, “Rosann,” and “Rising,” drawings
• Catriona Watson, senior, “Keeping Warm,” painting
• Madison Williams, senior, “Fabulous Feathers,” drawing
Congratulations to all!
The mission of the Canon-McMillan School District, in partnership with the community, is to invest in our greatest resource, our students. We strive to teach, challenge and support all students to prepare them for college and careers with the information and skills necessary to compete, achieve and serve as leaders in a global economy as ethical and responsible citizens.
The vision of the Canon-McMillan School District is to graduate all students with the ethical and effective communication, critical and creative thinking skills necessary for success in an evolving global economy.
"Striving to be a bully free School District"
|STUDENT INSURANCE: A student accident insurance
program is available for all students. The program is voluntary
and paid for by parents wishing to purchase the insurance
coverage. For more information, please contact:
|Robert A. Simonin Agency
160 West Pike Street
Canonsburg, PA 15317
1 North Jefferson Ave
Canonsburg PA 15317