Welcome to the Cordova School District Website!
We encourage you to spend time on our website to see why Cordova Schools are so successful in our ongoing dedication to “Excellence for All!”  Viewing our pages, you will see the mission of our district come to life:

The Cordova School utilizes our unique natural surroundings and active involvement of parents and community to provide a safe learning environment that offers challenging curricula and activities while developing successful, responsible citizens for the future.

We welcome you to become an active participant in the education of our children, whether it is through volunteerism, joining our PTA, supporting our Wolverines in their quest for excellence, or by becoming involved in the many opportunities to share a voice in school planning.  The power of education is multiplied when the community takes an active role in our schools!

Cordova Schools shine with excellent students, teachers, and staff, and we are proud to share all of our successes with you!

I invite you to contact me if you have any questions regarding the schools or if you are unable to find what you need on our District Website. 

Theresa Keel
Superintendent of Schools


  • Take Your Kids Fishing!
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    Cordova's Migrant Education program provides funding for our schools. The more students who qualify for Migrant Education, the more funding Cordova School District receives. We would like to encourage you to take your child(ren) with you during fishing whether you are commercial or subsistence fishing.
    The individual child needs to go out on the activity a minimum of 7 nights and 8 days to be considered. These days do not need to be consecutive. Please keep track of the dates.
    If we have at least 4 out of 10 of all the children in Cordova Schools signed on for Migrant Education, we will be able to provide all meals at both schools for no cost to any child! It will also significantly increase our school funding!
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