Welcome to Art City Elementary Clint Cornwall

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Clint Cornwall

Clint Cornwall – Principal of Art City Elementary
The Nebo School Board of Education appointed Clint Cornwall as the Principal of Art City Elementary for Nebo School District. 

Clint earned a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Utah Valley University and a master’s degree in Educational Administration from Southern Utah University.

Mr. Cornwall has served as the Title I Coordinator for Taylor Elementary for the past five years. He taught third, fourth, and fifth grades at Cherry Creek Elementary for five years. He is endorsed in English as a Second Language (ESL) and taught in the Migrant Summer program for four years.

Clint was honored with the Crystal Apple Award in 2017 from Cherry Creek Elementary and PEAK in 2022 Award from Nebo School District.
A colleague said, “Clint possesses great leadership qualities and has effective communication and interpersonal skills. Clint is organized and committed to build effective collaboration and collective capacity throughout the school. He has good judgement and considers the rights and concerns of others and makes timely decisions. Clint will be successful in all that he does.”

One of Mr. Cornwall’s favorite quotes is from Stephen Covey, “Leadership is communicating to people their worth and potential so clearly that they come to see it in themselves.”

Clint said, “As an administrator, I will strive to lead by example. I have been fortunate in learning many leadership skills from those I have worked with over the years. The colleagues, students, and parents I've worked with have taught me and supported me to become the person I am today. I will ensure that all students feel safe, supported, and successful. I am humbled and look forward to working with the staff, students and community of Art City Elementary. Go Eagles!!”

Clint is married to Jeni, and they have four children. He enjoys snowmobiling, exercising, camping, and playing games with family and friends.

Article by Lana Hiskey