Announcements

  • If you are new to the District and need to register your child/children for the 2020-2021 school year, please call 716-777-7955 to request information and leave your name and phone number.  One of our staff will contact you.

     

     

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  • For families that need access to Wi-Fi for their students’ work, open Wi-Fi has been set up for the parking lots at both the MS/HS and the Sinclairville Elementary School. 

    At the MS/HS you can park in the back parking lot by the Gym entrance and connect to Cougarpride1 and Cougarpride2.

    At SES you can park in the side lot and connect to Cougarpride3. The closer to the playground, the stronger the signal. 

    All connections are filtered through the school's existing digital content security system.

     

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  • There will be no school for students or faculty until further notice.

    Updates will be posted on this website, on our District social media, and through automated phone messages. 

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Message from the Superintendent 5/22/2020

  • CVCS Community Members, 

    What follows is an announcement coming from all the BOCES across New York State and is for your consideration beginning Monday, May 18:

    Governor Andrew Cuomo has announced that New York school facilities will remain closed for the remainder of the 2019-20 academic year.  The Governor will make a decision about summer school by the end of May. As we look to the future, we must think about what a return to school buildings might look like and how best to support students, families and staff.

    We know that we are stronger together. We need all voices to be heard on this important matter.  Please participate in a statewide virtual conversation about reopening schools. You will be able to read and rate other participants' responses. Based on those ratings, the most important thoughts will rise to the top. All contributions are anonymous. 

    This is a statewide exchange facilitated by the 37 New York BOCES (Boards of Cooperative Educational Services). The exchange results will be shared with our elected officials so that they will have a more global understanding of the thoughts and ideas our community members have about returning to in-person schooling.

    I encourage everyone to use the link below to share your thoughts and help evaluate the critical issues. If English is not your first language, there is a translation feature. 

    Thought Exchange Link: 

    https://my.thoughtexchange.com/333518046

    Your BOCES is Erie 2 (Erie-Chautauqua-Cattaraugus)

    Thank you in advance for your participation.

  • Dear Parents:

    The impact of COVID-19 on our schools and communities is rapidly changing day by day. Therefore, our county response plans must evolve accordingly. An important next step is to assess the child care needs of our families, especially those families providing essential services such as: Essential Healthcare Services, Child Welfare, First Responders, Food Manufactures, Transportation, Construction and Manufacturing, and Non Profit and Social Service Agencies. In order to assess the need for child care in Chautauqua County, we are asking families to complete the following survey: 

     

    Child Care Need Survey

  • Sign Up for Fall Sports Now!

     

    a button that reads 'Register Now' with a 'Powered by FamilyID' stamp on the bottom of it

  • Cassadaga Valley Middle/High School
    5935 Route 60
    P.O. Box 540
    Sinclairville, NY  14782
    (716) 962-8581

     

    Sinclairville Elementary School
    43 Sinclair Drive
    P.O. Box 540
    Sinclairville, NY  14782
    (716) 962-5195

     

    Administration Office
    5935 Route 60
    P.O. Box 540
    Sinclairville, NY  14782 
    (716) 962-5155

     

  • Do You Suspect Abuse or Maltreatment? 
    Report it Now!
     
    Call our Statewide Toll Free Telephone Number:
    1-800-342-3720


    If you are deaf or hard of hearing, call TDD/TTY at
    1-800-638-5163
    or have your Video Relay System provider call
    1-800-342-3720

    If you believe that a child is in immediate danger,
    call 911 or your local police department.
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