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Jarvis Announcements

By July 11, 2016

Take the school time/transportation survey

The Central Valley School District is exploring starting and ending middle school and high school 55 minutes later than elementary school. The proposal would reduce the time students spend on the bus, would not increase transportation costs, and would allow for greater after school learning opportunities for elementary students. For parents concerned about younger students […]

By June 29, 2016

Hall of Fame honors exceptional alumni

The Central Valley CSD Hall of Fame recognizes alumni who served the Mohawk, Ilion, and Central Valley school districts, those who served community, and those who distinguished themselves in their careers. The Hall of Fame inducted its first honorees in March 2017 and continues this fine tradition each year. The Hall of Fame committee, made […]

By June 21, 2016

Stop the ‘summer slide’ with i-Ready

Students are at risk of losing some of what they learned throughout the school year over the summer months. Students in grades K-8 will have i-Ready available to work on ELA and math skills during break in hopes to reduce summer learning loss. i-Ready is a diagnostic and instruction tool that provides data-driven insights that classroom teachers and […]

By June 10, 2016

Tenth Annual Mott Marathon results

The 10th Annual Mott Marathon “Jack’s Day” boasted the largest field of runners in the event’s history. In addition to 47 seniors who ultimately stepped to the starting line, alumni and school staff ran as individuals and relay teams. All proceeds from the race will be donated to the Race for a Cure in Jack […]

By June 9, 2016

2016 Mott Marathon photos

The 2016 Mott Marathon “Jack’s Day” kicked off on Thursday, June 9 under blue skies and gusty winds. This year’s marathon raised money for the Race for a Cure in the name of Jack Day (Ilion ’11) who lost a valiant battle with melanoma in 2015. Jarvis middle schoolers kicked off the event with their […]

By June 9, 2016

Jarvis’ Kenyon named DAR youth citizen

Jarvis Middle School eighth grader Sianna Kenyon is the recipient of the Col. Marinus Willett-Mohawk Valley Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution’s Youth Citizenship Award. Program chair Barbara Yates, presented Sianna a certificate and a pin in recognition of the honor. School faculty nominated Sianna based on her honor, service, courage, and leadership […]

By June 7, 2016

Jarvis store workers travel to WonderWorks

On Friday, June 3, the Jarvis School Store student workers received a big thank you for their hard work with a trip to WonderWorks at Destiny USA. School store advisor Jody Balash and parent chaperones Tiffany Carson, Ricicha Francisco, Jennifer Mower, and Lynn Shepherd escorted the students. The students regularly give up their lunch and recess periods […]

By June 1, 2016

Will NASCAR find its next team at Jarvis?

Okay, so the Jarvis Sixth Grade STREAM students might not be quite ready for Daytona or Talladega, but their most recent project might open new career opportunities in auto racing, design, or promotion. It all begins with a group project—building soapbox derby cars. The first step is to find financial backing. Students wrote business letters asking local businesses […]

By June 1, 2016

Sixth grade attends Conservation Day

On Wednesday, May 25, Jarvis Middle School sixth graders spent their day outside at Herkimer County Soil and Water Conservation District’s 2016 Conservation Field Day held at the Herkimer Diamond KOA Campground. Students rotated through presentations about conservation and safety of our environment with the Herkimer Diamond Mine and its beauty as background. Topics ranged from […]

By May 26, 2016

Elementary realignment moves forward

At its regular board meeting on Wednesday, May 25, the Central Valley School District Board of Education let stand its Dec. 18 vote to realign the district’s elementary schools. Under the plan, Fisher Elementary will become a prekindergarten-grade 1 building and Barringer Road Elementary will become a grade-2-4 building. The board cited the realignment’s benefits for […]