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By June 25, 2019

CVA announces spring scholar-athletes

Central Valley is pleased to announce that 57 athletes earned NYS High School Athletic Association Scholar-Athlete awards for maintaining a school average of 90 or higher throughout the 2019 spring sport season. The students were publicly honored at the June Board of Education meeting. Named were: Individuals Boys’ Golf: Coach Ron Kuty Seth Boyer, Joseph […]

By June 25, 2019

Fall sports physicals and start dates set

Physicals After July 4, the nurse’s office will send a packet to the parents/guardians of all Central Valley students who have signed up to play a fall sport. The packet will include a blue card and health history form, which must be completed and returned to the school nurse prior to the start of practices. […]

By June 18, 2019

Mott Marathon

Here are the stats and finish photos for the 2019 Mott Marathon: 13th Running “The Run to Remember Ryan” in memory of Ryan Donato (Ilion ’10) who passed away at the age of 26 after a brief but determined battle with soft tissue myxoid sarcoma. $5,195 raised for the Herkimer County Humane Society in Ryan’s […]

By June 10, 2019

Central Valley to consider Remington school building future

The Central Valley School District Board of Education is looking into the future of the former Remington Elementary School. Herkimer BOCES currently rents the building, primarily to house its Pathways Academy. BOCES officials have expressed interest in purchasing the property. Although selling the building makes financial sense, Central Valley board members want to weigh all […]

By May 27, 2019

Kindergartners celebrate Memorial Day

On May 21, Fisher Elementary kindergartners wrapped up their study of Memorial Day with a patriotic concert. They sang songs, read historical facts, and honored branches of the military. A highlight was honoring several veterans and active duty members of the military who were present.

By May 21, 2019

Voters approve 2019-20 budget

Central Valley School District voters went to polls on Tuesday, May 21 and approved the district’s proposed 2019-20 school budget. The budget passed with 93.2 percent in favor. The $51,949,184 budget increases spending 9.37 percent or $4,449,184 over the current year and carries no tax levy increase. The final count was: Yes— 262 No— 29 Voters also […]

By May 21, 2019

Lessons from a champion – meet Hunter Shaut

Last winter the sports pages were filled with stories about Hunter Shaut, Central Valley’s two-time state wrestling champion. The bigger story, however, comes from Hunter—what it took to become a champion. The lessons he shares are important for everyone, regardless of career paths.  

By May 17, 2019

Making the right choice

When CVA senior Gavin Rice stumbled on a wad of $20-bills on the hallway floor, he had two options—quietly keep it or turn it in. He made the choice that makes us proud to be a part of this school district.

By May 10, 2019

What does it take to run a community?

In early May, several CVA students spent time with Village of Ilion officials and employees, learning what they do each day to provide for the community’s residents. The program began on Wednesday, May 1 with a dinner sponsored by the Elks Lodge #1444. Central Valley Superintendent Jeremy Rich, CVA Principal Dick Keeler, Mohawk Mayor James […]

By May 10, 2019

CVA announces 3rd quarter honor roll

Central Valley Academy proudly announces Honor Roll recipients for the third quarter of the 2018-19 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 9th Grade Principals’s Honor Roll Charles DeCarr, Hanna DeLuca, Makiah DesJardins, Madeline Feldman, Gianna Frank, Maxwell Hall, Gabriella Lawrence, […]