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By January 14, 2020

CVA partners with Expertise Project to help student explore career pathways

How does a school close the gap between what students learn in school and what they need in the real world? At Central Valley CSD, we have many programs that introduce students to possible careers. We work with the Herkimer BOCES School-to-Career program to offer career days, visits to local businesses, and job shadowing. Our […]

By January 13, 2020

Hall of Fame inductions to be biennial event; next class to be 2021

The Central Valley School District Hall of Fame induction ceremony will now be a biennial event. The next induction will be Spring 2021. The Hall of Fame committee had held an annual induction for the Hall of Fame’s first three years. “As a committee, we felt strongly that we wanted to recognize as many deserving […]

By January 10, 2020

Lack of state budget details leaves school pondering 2020-21 budget

Governor’s State of the State speech said little about school funding New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s State of the State address on Wednesday, Jan. 9 only briefly touched on education. His corresponding “State of the State Book” included more general comments, but few details. “The lack of details makes it difficult to develop the revenue […]

By December 19, 2019

CV asks fans to embrace sportsmanship at events

Central Valley School District works hard to build a sense of pride, personal responsibility, and sportsmanship in our athletes. We ask that our many fans help us in this goal by modeling those same qualities as they cheer on our Thunder teams.  We want to encourage our athletes, while remaining respectful of the opposing team […]

By December 16, 2019

Central Valley CSD Foundation honors first quarter Students and Employees of the Month

The Central Valley Central School District Foundation recognized the district’s students and employees of the quarter at its December 10 meeting. “We implemented this program at the beginning of the school year as a way to recognize students for excellence in academics and character,” said JoAnn Duga, Foundation president. “It’s also a great way to […]

By December 10, 2019

Six varsity fall sports teams earn Scholar Athlete Team award

Central Valley School District is proud to announce that six of the school’s eight varsity fall sports teams earned the NYSPHSAA Scholar Athlete Team Award. “In August, we set a goal for all varsity teams to earn the NYSPHSAA Scholar Athlete Team Award.  Overall, 58.4% of CVA’s varsity athletes posted a first quarter average of […]

By November 25, 2019

District to vote to authorize BOCES to purchase Remington building

The Herkimer BOCES board of education voted to hold a vote on Tuesday, Mar. 31 on a referendum that will authorize the BOCES board to purchase to former Remington school building for $1 plus closing costs. Residents of all 10 component districts will vote. Districts are Central Valley, Dolgeville, Frankfort-Schuyler, Herkimer, Little Falls, Mt. Markham, […]

By November 16, 2019

CVA sends States athletes off with style

On Friday, Nov. 15, students and staff at Central Valley Academy lined the hallways and cheered as the school’s States-bound athletes. The CVA boys cross country team placed third in . Nolan Stone took 2nd and Jack Gibson placed 6th at the Section 3 Championships on Nov. 9, qualifying for the NYS Championship meet at […]

By November 14, 2019

Fisher celebrates Fred Rogers and World Kindness Day

On Wednesday, Nov. 13, Fisher Elementary celebrated “World Kindness Day.” In the spirit of Fred Rogers, students wore their favorite cardigan or sweater to recognize the day and honor his commitment to promoting kindness.  They also wrote thank you notes to others in the school to spread kindness and show appreciation.

By November 12, 2019

Voters approve Remington sale

On Tuesday, Nov. 12, voters of the Central Valley School District approved the referendum authorizing the Board of Education to sell the former Remington school building to Herkimer BOCES for one dollar plus customary closing costs. The results were: Yes – 256 No – 16 “We are pleased that our voter saw the logic in […]