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Archive for February, 2017

By February 27, 2017

March 1, 2017 Board of Education Special Meeting

CENTRAL VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD OF EDUCATION — SPECIAL MEETING WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 2017 – 7:00 p.m. CENTRAL VALLEY ACADEMY AGENDA I. CALL TO ORDER (7:00 p.m.) – LGI II. EXECUTIVE SESSION (7:01 p.m.) – High School Office Conference Room Board of Education and IMUT Executive Committee Collective negotiations pursuant to Article 14 of the […]

Meet staff member Andrea Reece
By February 26, 2017

Meet staff member Andrea Reece

Get to know a little about Jarvis music teacher Andrea Reece in the Staff Spotlight.

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Meet student Conner Herringshaw
By February 26, 2017

Meet student Conner Herringshaw

Get to know a little about Barringer Road student Conner Herringshaw in the Student Spotlight.

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By February 24, 2017

Blast off! Elementary Personalized Learning launches Feb. 27

Strap in! Barringer Road and Harry M. Fisher elementary schools will officially launch Personalized Learning on Monday, Feb. 27. Like a rocket launch A rocket on a launchpad is not the beginning. Instead, it represents the efforts of many people who invested their time and effort to make that rocket a reality. And neither is the […]

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By February 23, 2017

CVA Outdoor Adventure club expands horizons at film festival

What do you think of as an outdoor adventure? Skiing, snowmobiling, hiking? CVA’s Outdoor Adventure Club expanded their definition of outdoor adventure at this year’s Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour held on Feb. 14 at Hamilton College. The festival featured 11 award-winning films portraying climbing, mountaineering, remote cultures and untamed wilderness.  The list of stories included extreme Scottish […]

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By February 22, 2017

Thunder wrestlers tops in New York

Central Valley Thunder wrestling tied with Mattituck (Long Island) as the best small school program in New York. That’s what the New York Sportswriters Association says. And so does the team’s performance on the mat. The Thunder finished their season at 31-0 in dual meets and dominated the Section III Division II tournament. In addition, […]

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By February 22, 2017

Jarvis Q2 perfect attendance

The following students had perfect attendance for the second quarter of the 2016-17 school year: 5th Grade Danté Allen, Madison Bernier, Seth  Boyer, Connor DeHart, Michael Donahue, Alexandria Duga, Alannah Greig, Cecelia Mower, Cory Murtaugh, Dylan Negron, Ayesha Rana, Kathryn Rodgers, Frank Spatto, Connor Tutty, Lyndsey Voorhees, Austin Weber, Aiden  Wilcox 6th Grade Alyssa Baerman, […]

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By February 22, 2017

Jarvis announces Q2 honor roll

Jarvis Middle School announces Honor Roll recipients for the second quarter of the 2016-17 school year. Grades to achieve Honor Roll are as follows: Principal’s Honor Roll: 95-100 High Honor Roll: 90-94.9 Honor Roll: 85-89.99 Grade 5 Principal’s Honor Roll Seth Boyer, Arionna Day, Ryan Donahue, Landon LaFountain, Annamarie Lyman, Braden Moreau, Ayesha  Rana, Kathryn Rodgers, Emily […]

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By February 17, 2017

Grade 5-12 Math Progressions

Multiple math pathways The information below provides detail concerning Central Valley School District’s math progressions (adopted 02/15/2017). The same content is also available graphically  in a PDF image. Regents Diploma This path satisfies the requirements for a Regents diploma (or an Advanced Regents diploma with grades demonstrating mastery). The basic progression is Math 5, Math […]

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By February 17, 2017

Math progressions to prepare Thunder for next course…and life

If a student can’t add, he or she can’t multiply. Without multiplication, algebra is impossible—not to mention business math or trigonometry. Learning is a step-by-step process. We learn the basics, then use those basics to learn more complex concepts—like addition leading to calculus. On Wednesday, Feb. 15, the board of education took steps to make sure […]

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