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Jarvis Announcements

By April 10, 2014

CV offers Parent Today e-newsletter

Central Valley School District is encouraging parents to sign up for Parent Today, a twice-monthly e-newsletter that provides tools and information to encourage parents to be even more engaged in their children’s education. “Research shows that engaged parents have a positive effect on their children’s school success – meaning better attendance, better attitude toward school […]

By March 10, 2014

Jarvis presents “Sam White and the Seven Gnomies”

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 […]

By January 29, 2014

Reminder: All student absences require a written excuse

By Central Valley School District policy, parents/guardians must provide a written and signed excuse whenever their students are absent, tardy or dismissed early from school. School attendance staff may not accept a verbal or emailed excuse. District policy states: “All instances of excused absence require a written parent/guardian excuse. The excuse must identify the date/time […]

By January 9, 2014

Jarvis door decorating contest turns to focus on community

When Student Council considered ways to fill the Jarvis hallways with holiday cheer, no one imagined it would become a lesson in holiday giving. Council members thought, “What better way than to hold a door decorating contest?” Decorations would brighten the halls and a contest with prizes would involve everyone and promote school spirit. Students […]

By August 12, 2013

Release of student directory information

From time to time, Central Valley School District releases student photos, video, audio, information (name, grade level, teacher, school, honor roll, awards, art work, etc.) for use in district publications, on the district’s website, in the media and on district-sanctioned social media websites to depict Central Valley School District activities. If you do not wish […]

By May 17, 2013

Students choose Central Valley Thunder

Central Valley Central School District students in grades 4-11 voted on Friday, May 17 choosing “Thunder” as the newly merged district’s mascot. In the same vote, they also chose light blue, navy blue, and white with a gold accent as the district’s colors. The vote was the final step in a process that began just […]

By April 25, 2013

Students choose Central Valley

The votes are counted: we are Central Valley Central School District Current Ilion and Mohawk Central School students in grades 4-11 voted on Wednesday, Apr. 24 to name the newly merged school district “Central Valley.” A School Identity Transition Advisory Team had met over the last few weeks brainstorming possible names. That team comprised of […]

By April 24, 2013

Naming the new district

Students vote on a district name On Wednesday, Apr. 24, students in grades 4-11 will vote on a new name for the merged school district. They will choose from a list of three submitted by the student-led School Identity Transition Advisory Team. The three choices are (alphabetically listed): Central Valley Academy Ilion-Mohawk Central School Mohawk […]

By April 18, 2013

Board appoints Tangorra superintendent

Board of education appoints Tangorra as superintendent, adopts 2013-14 proposed budget The Ilion-Mohawk Central School District Board of Education appointed Cosimo Tangorra the new district’s superintendent at its regular meeting on Thursday, Apr. 18. The 7-0 vote came after the board returned from an Executive Session to “discuss the superintendent’s contract,” said BOE President Stephen […]

By March 27, 2013

Ilion-Mohawk voters elect seven to new school board

On Wednesday, Mar. 27, voters of the Ilion-Mohawk Central School District elected seven candidates to serve as members of the new district’s board of education. In accordance with New York State Education Law, the candidates receiving the greatest number of votes will serve the longest terms. Elected to three-year terms expiring June 30, 2016 were William […]