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By April 12, 2016

Spring sports rosters 2016

Baseball Varsity:  coach Shawn Wiles Sophomores: Adam Hassett, #13, 1st base/rf/p, Juniors: Robert Baker, #15, 3rd base/pitcher, Ryan Bulger, #16, centerfield/outfield, Nicholas Dunning, #2, 2nd base, Jacob Emrich, #9, left field, Benjamin Girard, #10, centerfield, Danie Hale, #5, infield/pitcher, Coby Miosek, #18, infield/pitcher, Joshua Panko, #1, centerfield, Brenden Ulinski, #6, 2nd base, Jace Vogel, #4, outfield, […]

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By April 8, 2016

Three Jarvis artists to show at county NASA art show

Jarvis Middle School sixth graders Kiera Gallagher, Allen Parker, and Zoe Penner represent their school in an art show at Mohawk Antiques Mall, 100 E. Main St., Mohawk. The show opens 10 a.m.-5 p.m. on Saturday, Apr. 16 and continues for one week. Kiera’s, Allen’s and Zoe’s are three of 135 works submitted from across Herkimer County […]

By April 8, 2016

Thunder second grade names top book

Fisher and Barringer Road elementary schools each held March Madness book tournaments to determine their second grade’s favorite book. The next logical step was to pair the two winning books in a head-to-head competition to determine the Thunder champion. On Monday, Apr. 4, Fisher winner The Old Lady Who Named Things by Cynthia Rylant squared off against Barringer winner Not Afraid of Dogs […]

By April 5, 2016

Looking for the library?

We’ve added a quicker way to the library/media page. Just scroll over Academics above and click on the Library/Media Center link.

By April 5, 2016

Central Valley celebrates Music In Our Schools Month

The Central Valley Music Department recently celebrated Music In Our Schools Month (MIOSM) with a variety of grade 7-12 concerts at Central Valley Academy.  Music In Our Schools month began in the 1970’s in New York State with NYSSMA and is now celebrated across the country during the month of March and sponsored by NAfME (National […]

By April 4, 2016

Central Valley to receive less than expected school aid

New York’s enacted 2016-17 state budget disappointed Central Valley officials—it contained $200,000 less school aid than expected. “When we heard the budget would include $291 million more in foundation aid the governor proposal, we estimated receiving roughly $200,000 more than the governor had promised,” said Superintendent Rich Hughes. Dr. Hughes said the the district will still […]

Rumble of Thunder—Brainstorming the future
By March 31, 2016

Rumble of Thunder—Brainstorming the future

March 21, 2016 It’s been way too long since I posted a blog. Time for me to get back to posting my thoughts and happenings at Central Valley.  Below is a letter sent to staff to chat about things we are working on to improve what we do, educate our Thunder.  As always, please feel […]

By March 21, 2016

Rumble of Thunder—Dr. Hughes addresses proposed changes

March 21, 2016 It’s been way too long since I posted a blog. Time for me to get back to posting my thoughts and happenings at Central Valley.  Below is a letter sent to staff to chat about things we are working on to improve what we do, educate our Thunder.  As always, please feel […]

By February 16, 2016

Thunder artists to display at Herkimer Youth show

Feb. 22 through Apr. 1, 20 Central Valley Central School artists will display their works in the 2016 Herkimer County Art Educators Youth Art Month exhibit at Bassett Healthcare in Herkimer. The exhibit showcases outstanding art work of local art students as part of March is Youth Art Month. It also underscores the value of art education and recognizes art as […]

By February 12, 2016

Today’s physical education is more than gym class

Give any Central Valley physical education teacher the chance and he or she will quickly tell you, “This isn’t gym class!” Physical education is no longer a bunch of guys learning to dribble a basketball or girls chasing a badminton birdie. This class gives students the tools to make smart decisions—now and in the future. It incorporates a […]