bullhorn graphic & text: CVA announcement

Central Valley CSD will again offer summer school for students in grades 9-12 through Herkimer BOCES. Following is the basic information:

Student Registration

Click this link to register.

Class Schedule

Classes ill begin on July 5th and run through August 11th

  • Session 1:  7:30-9:28 a.m.
  • Session 2:  9:33-11:26 a.m.

Regents Review will begin July 27th from 11:45 a.m.-1:15 p.m. and will go until August 11th. Regents are August 16th and 17th.


Please not that there will be some roadwork which will lead to road closure around the school.  Buses are aware and will have access through Weber Ave. Student will part in the lower lot by the baseball field. Frederick St. will be open and this is the road to take to get to the school and parking lot. The adders is 111 Frederick St., Ilion.

Contact info

Regional Summer School Offices will bot be open until June 27th. Until this date, the best way to reach us is via email. Once the office is open, the phone number to reach us will be 315-895-7118.

Contact Us

  • Email
    • Principal Sonya Haskins, shaskins@herkimer-boces.org
    • Secretary Denise Mabbett, dmabbett@herkimer-boces.org
  • Website: www.herkimer-boces.org
  • Address: 111 Frederick St. Ilion

Regents Info

Uniform admission deadlines at 9:15 for AM Sessions and 1:15 for PM Sessions.

Tuesday, Aug. 16

  • 8:30 a.m.
    • Algebra 1
    • ELA
  • 12:30 p.m.
    • Global History & Geography II
    • Algebra II

Wednesday, Aug. 17

  • 8:30 a.m.
    • U.S. History & Government
    • Earth Science
    • Chemistry
  • 12:30 p.m.
    • Geometry
    • Living Environment

Anticipated Classes Offered (based on enrollment)

  • Middle Level Academy (7th & 8th)
  • English 9
  • English 10
  • English 11
  • English 12
  • Global I
  • Global II
  • Us History/Government
  • Economics
  • Government
  • Living Environment
  • Earth Science
  • Basis Algebra
  • Algebra 1
  • Geometry
  • Physical Education
  • Health
  • Spanish A
  • Virtual Learning Courses

A letter from the principal

Dear Parents,

It is a pleasure to welcome you and your son/daughter to the H-F-H-O BOCES 2022 Regional Summer School. We will be housed at Central Valley Academy High School. The summer session is an extremely short six weeks. Our staff have much to cover quickly and thoroughly. To accomplish this task we need your cooperation and that of the students. We ask you to help us in our mission by assisting with the following tasks:

First, all students and parents must follow the drop off and parking procedures that have been set up. This is extremely important so that an-ival will be efficient and buses will be able to pick up and drop off in a uncongested area safely. Student parking areas have been set -up in the first parking lot so they will not have to compete with school buses or student drop off and pick up. In addition, there are DOT Road closures, please adhere to DOT Policy. Please do not use the service road or enter/exit through the cemetery. 

In case of emergency or other needs in which we must communicate with student and families, we need to have transportation information on file. Students who are not walking or riding the bus need to complete the drive/ride forms and carry the registration cards that have been issued to them.

Second, daily attendance at summer school is required. Any student missing three sessions of a course will be automatically dropped from the course. Students taking Health, Drivers Education, Economics or Government must maintain perfect attendance. There will be NO EXCEPTIONS to this policy. Unfortunately, there are no excused absences during the summer.

All students are to report to Summer School by 7:15 a.m. on July 5th for the first day orientation. Please explain the crucial nature of this attendance requirement and please review the attendance policy in the sh1dent brochure regarding tardiness. Students should report to the CVA High School by 7:20 a.m. each day to be in class for the first session at 7:30 a.m.

Third, we have high expectations for student conduct. Please refer to the specifics, review the entire student behavior guide (enclosed) with your son/daughter. Again, due to the sh011 time period and the extensive curriculum requirements, staff will not tolerate any misconduct. Sever or repetitive misconduct will result in the removal of the student from the summer school program.

Fourth, students will be expected to fulfill all requirements as directed by teacher. This includes prompt, regular attendance, classwork and homework. Please see to it that your son or daughter completes all requirements so that at the end of the summer session, positive grades will be issued. Extra academic help (homework, study skills, material review, etc.) is available as requested in the main office.

The staff will issue progress reports so that you can stay as current as possible with student successes and deficiencies.

Fifth, Driver's Education class will begin July 5th and run through August 1st. A separate letter will be distributed to your child about class and drive times from their district counselor. Please use this letter to remain informed throughout that time.

Finally, we will work hard to ensure the success of all students in our Summer School Program. Please call us if we can be of any assistance, as we mutually work toward student success. The Summer School phone number is (315) 895-7118. Someone will be available to take your calls
between 7:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. during Regional Summer School hours. 

Thank you for your attention in reviewing the important matters listed above. Again, please call us if we can be of further assistance.

Sonya Haskins
Regional Summer School Principal