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By July 18, 2018 Read More →

Four pillars guide the district superintendent

Central Valley superintendent Jeremy Rich has been busy in his first months. He dealt with questions about the Remington building, hired new administrators, and monitored the capital project, all while learning a new job. Although the specifics of that job differ from his previous role as a school principal, the principles that guide him have […]

By July 9, 2018 Read More →

Student art builds bridges between school and community

Visitors to three local businesses will find something unexpected—artwork by Central Valley students. Moose River Coffee, Ilion True Value Hardware, and the Mohawk Village Market now proudly display drawings and paintings by Central Valley school students. Central Valley art teachers Nancie Cooney, Joanna Jenkins, and John Daley installed the displays late in June. The initiative […]

By July 9, 2018 Read More →

Art campaign to build community pride

Central Valley School District is unveiling its “We’re Proud of our Hometown” campaign. This is an effort to build pride in our school and our community. The school approached several high-traffic Central Valley businesses asking them to take a small step— to each display Central Valley student paintings and drawings. School art instructors are now […]

By July 2, 2018 Read More →

CVA Summer School transportation information

Central Valley is providing limited transportation for CVA students attending summer school. Pick-up times and locations are as follows: Bus Transportation for Review Sessions for Summer School Regents  participants will be at 11 a.m. from Pathways and Jarvis Bus Transportation for Regents tests will be at 8 a.m. and 12 noon from Pathways and Jarvis. […]

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By June 16, 2018 Read More →

Second grade PSA teaches sun safety

Julie Ball’s second grade class created this public service announcement about skin cancer and the importance of being safe in the sun. It began with research about the negative effect of the sun on our skin, how the sun’s ultraviolet rays contribute to cancer and why it is important to protect our skin. They broke into […]

By June 15, 2018 Read More →

2018 Mott Marathon Results

Order of finish and times 1) Jacob Bunce—4:31:33—(2018 Champion) 2) Daniel Harter—4:34:17 3) Andrew Grosse—4:38:37 4) Drew Harrigan—5:03:00 5) Michael McGraw—5:08:38 6) Colin Dawley—5:20:42 7) Grace LaPorte—5:26:19—(Top Female) 8) Trent Ingraham—5:32:24 9) Jacob Seeger—5:33:39 10) Lauren Bush—5:57:35 11) Matt Everson—5:57:57 12) Marcus Sardina—5:59:55 13) Cody Macisco—6:13:45 14) Tommy Smith—6:32:32 15) Amy Castle—6:37:23 16) Tom Davis—6:42:06 […]

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By June 4, 2018 Read More →

Meet CVA’s valedictorian and salutatorian

Central Valley Academy proudly honors its Class of 2018 valedictorian Kaylee Miller and salutatorian Caroline Gardner. Kaylee’s outstanding grades and work ethic have earned her the RPI Medal, the CANY Scholastic Recognition Award for achievement in Math and Science, the U.S. Air Force Math and Science Award, and the National Merit Commended Scholar recognition. In […]

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By June 1, 2018 Read More →

Barringer welcomes the Ride for Missing Children

Barringer Road Elementary decked itself out in blue, pink, and white to welcome more than 460 riders in the 2018 Ride for Missing Children. Students wearing BRS headbands lined the traffic circle. They held signs and noisemakers to encourage the riders when they arrived. A DJ blasted tunes that kept everyone dancing as they waited. […]

By May 29, 2018 Read More →

Youth leads effort to replenish Barringer Sneaker Snag

Age is never a measure of the ability to impact the lives of others. Recently, 17-year-old Matthew Servello recently delivered carts filled with new sneakers to replenish Barringer Road’s Sneaker Snag supply. Now in its third year, Sneaker Snag has provided new and gently used sneakers to students in need. Matthew is the founder of […]

By May 1, 2018 Read More →

Bunce commits to The King’s College

On May 1, CVA senior Jacob Bunce signed his letter of intent to play soccer for The King’s College in New York City. Jacob began his soccer career as a five-year-old, moving through youth soccer, modified, and JV. He earned his starting spot on the Varsity roster as a sophomore attacker. Soccer coach Jim Mott […]