So what is a “freezicle” you might ask? A Barringer Road first grade student thought that a “freezicle” would be a really great name for freezing rain. This creative answer was sparked when local meteorologist, Bill Kardas, from WKTV came to visit Barringer Road first grade students as a culminating activity for their weather unit. […]
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The Jarvis Middle School Drama Club will present two performances of “Sam White and the Seven Gnomies,” a modern music industry version of the famous fairy tale, complete with an evil record producer, undiscovered talent and helpful street people. The performances will be held on Tuesday, March 18, 2014 at 6 and 7 p.m. The […]
Get to know a little about Central Valley Academy Social Worker Nicole Rocci in the Staff Spotlight.
Hi! My name is Bethany Dianna Feldman. I am a seventh grade student at Jarvis Middle School.
Central Valley Academy has been hitting the slopes at Woods Valley with their new ski/snowboarding club since Winter Break. Physical Education teacher Jonna Costin has 48 students in grades 9-12 signed up for ski club. Every Wednesday 30-40 kids load a bus at CVA and head to Woods Valley to ski/snowboard from 4-9 p.m. The […]
Elementary physical education classes have added something new to their program – the winter sport of snowshoeing! Students at Fisher and Barringer Road Elementary have been making the most of the winter weather as they learn the basics of snowshoeing. Since most of the students have never been on snowshoes, they are learning from square […]
On Friday, February 7, Faculty and Staff at Fisher Elementary joined millions of Americans and donned RED to support the American Heart Association’s “Go Red for Women” campaign! Not only was it a day to wear red in support of a great cause, but faculty and staff donated funds to the American Heart Association. “It […]
Central Valley Academy varsity cheerleaders wondered what could they do to round out basketball season after they cheered their last game. They could think of nothing better than to get the word out on a missing 13-year old child. Many grouped together along with some family members to volunteer for the National Center for Missing […]
Fisher Elementary Fourth grade students in Mrs. Higgins’ and Mrs. Michael’s classes recently completed their Animal Life Cycles and Food Chains unit is science. As a culminating activity, students were given the option of creating a diorama or poster to show what they learned about an animal of their choice. They put their thinking caps […]
Barringer Road Elementary has incorporated a morning walking program for third and fourth grade students. The group meets each morning in the gymnasium from 7:30-8 a.m. Students are encouraged to participate, however it is not mandatory. Students have a great time moving in the morning as they listen to music helping them keep up a […]