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By May 3, 2018

Budget vote on May 15

Tax levy remains lower than 2012-13 On Tuesday, May 15, residents of the Central Valley School District will go to the polls to vote on the district’s proposed $47,500,000 budget for the 2018-19 school year. The proposal would increase spending 5.61 percent or $2,525,000 more than the current year. This would result in a 1.94 percent or $164,000 tax levy increase. The proposed […]

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By May 3, 2018

Senior Trip money due May 14

Please remember the last day to purchase tickets for the Senior Trip is Monday, May 14th. You must turn in your signed permission slip, the signed contract and $40 by that date. There will be no exceptions because we must provide the cruise ship with a firm head count. Also, if enough students do not […]

By May 2, 2018

Five CVA seniors earn state academic scholarships

  Five Central Valley Academy seniors have each been awarded a New York State Scholarship for Academic Excellence. CVA guidance counselor Michelle DelConte and principal Dick Keeler shared the news with honorees Shivam Patel, Kaylee Miller, Caroline Gardner, Lydia Engel, and Amy Castle on Monday, May 1. The New York State Board of Regents awards […]

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By May 1, 2018

Bunce commits to The King’s College

On May 1, CVA senior Jacob Bunce signed his letter of intent to play soccer for The King’s College in New York City. Jacob began his soccer career as a five-year-old, moving through youth soccer, modified, and JV. He earned his starting spot on the Varsity roster as a sophomore attacker. Soccer coach Jim Mott […]

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By April 16, 2018

Welcome back Renee Rudd

If you stop in at Jarvis Middle School, you will likely see a familiar face. Former CVA principal Renee Rudd is assisting Jarvis principal Melissa Hoskey from now through June 30, 2018. Ms. Rudd will help oversee student discipline and the day-to-day operations of the building. Ms. Rudd replaces Debora Van Slyke who left Central […]

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By April 13, 2018

Marcus Sardina named DAR Good Citizen

CVA senior Marcus Sardina has been named the recipient of the Col. Marinus Willett-Mohawk Valley Chapter’s Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizens Award. The award recognizes an outstanding young person in the senior class who demonstrates qualities of a good citizen through their contributions to the school and community. Award recipients are also able […]

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By April 12, 2018

Fall Sports sign-ups set

Central Valley students in grades 7-12 can sign up for fall sports Monday, April 16 – Thursday, May 3 in their physical education classes. Junior varsity & varsity sports are: Cross Country – girls & boys Cheerleading Field Hockey Football Soccer – girls & boys Tennis – girls Modified sports are: Cross country Field hockey Football […]

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By April 12, 2018

Utica Comets present Fisher with street hockey equipment

Representatives from the Utica Comets American Hockey League team presented Fisher Elementary with new street hockey equipment on Wednesday, April 11. The gift was thanks to Fisher student Marlowe Schrader who placed first among first graders in the Comets’ 2017-18 student coloring contest. In addition to the new hockey equipment for her school, Marlowe received […]

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By April 10, 2018

Arc workshop April 16 “Navigating Relationships with a Disability”

Central Valley School District families are invited to and educational workshop “Navigating Relationships with a Disability,” 6-8 p.m. on Monday, April 16, 2018 at Little Falls High School, 1 High School Road, Little Falls. This is another “Focus on Families” presentation from Arc Herkimer. The evening will tackle the challenges of developing healthy relationships as a person […]

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By April 4, 2018

Central Valley sees modest increase in state aid

Central Valley School District will see a 0.33 percent or $109,630 increase in total state aid excluding building aid in 2018-19 compared to 2017-18. Foundation aid will increase 1.9 percent or $400,000. Foundation aid is the general state aid districts receive to pay for routine expenses. Merger incentive aid will fall an anticipated $444,667. School […]

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