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Jarvis Announcements

By July 30, 2019

Get your required vaccinations

Parents are reminded to make certain their children’s immunizations are up to date. Students without the following immunizations will not be able to attend school after Sept. 18: Grade 12 – Meningitis vaccine Grade 7 – Meningitis vaccine Grade 6 (11 years old) – Tdap vaccine Grade 6 (10 years old) – Tdap vaccine with […]

By July 5, 2019

Central Valley Foundation elects 2019-20 officers

On June 11, the Central Valley Central School District Foundation elected its officers for the 2019 – 2020 school year. President—JoAnn Duga Vice-president—Michael Conover Secretary—Rebecca Gillette Treasurer—Cory McDowell Publicity Chariperson—Molly Bonnell Media Chairperson—Krissi Newtown Fundraising Chairperson—Jaclyn Moore BOE Liaison—Matt Darrow Barringer Road Liaison—Pattie Day CVA Liaison—Lyn Cipriano Jarvis Liaison—Jennifer DeRocco “We have a wonderful group […]

By July 2, 2019

2019-20 grades K-8 school supply lists

Kindergarten (2) boxes of 24-count Crayola crayons (2) boxes of 10-count Crayola “Classic Colors” washable markers (No skinny markers please) (1) package of Ticonderoga pre-sharpened pencils (1) pair of Fiskars child-safe scissors (1) hard case pencil box (12) Elmer’s glue sticks Regular-sized backpack (no wheels please) Your child will also need a change of clothes, […]

By June 21, 2019

Spaces remain for PreK

Central Valley CSD has a few spaces available for 2019-20 full-day prekindergarten. There is no charge for this program. Contact Fisher Elementary at 315-866-4851 for more information. (Help us spread the word…)

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 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

Central Valley Central School District Foundation

The Central Valley Central School District is a not-for-profit dedicated to serving the students of Central Valley by supporting the district’s educational efforts. (Learn more at the Foundation’s website). Mission Statement It shall be the primary purpose of the Central Valley Central School District Foundation to enhance the educational programs of the Central Valley Central […]

By May 9, 2019

Jarvis Middle School third quarter honor roll

Jarvis Middle School 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 Fifth Grade Principal’s Honor Roll Zachary Archer, Molly Brien, Niamh Casey, Anthony Colone, Sophia Colone, Ava Crim, NazElixir Fajardo, Sandra […]