Our final blood drive of the year for the Community Blood Bank will be Wednesday, March 6th from 8:00-2:30pm in the Middle School gym. Please reach out to Ms. P with questions epleszewski@cvcougars.org
7 days ago, Cassadaga Valley Central School
blood drive
Cassadaga Valley Middle High School would like to recognize their January 2024 Students of the Month 👉 https://5il.co/2fdin Congratulations to all of the following students who continue to make us, and our school community very proud! Congratulations to the following students: Cole Daughenbaugh, Mathew Chrispen, Jordynn Main, Gavin Harding, Cameron Katilus, Gabrielle Cunningham, Tristan Pierce, Summer Cieplinski, Nora Nopper, Austin Main, Gemma Andersen, Autumnskye Seagrave, Natalie Hallett, Eric McKeown.
8 days ago, Cassadaga Valley Central School
January SOTM
There is no ski club tonight! Ski club will resume March 1st.
11 days ago, Cassadaga Valley Central School
ski club
Cassadaga Valley Drama Club presents: The Addams Family, school edition This year’s show was released in 2011, but is a premiere for the CV Drama Club. 54 students in grades 6-12 are involved in the cast, crew, and pit orchestra. The plot line of The Addams Family musical is original, meaning it does not appear in any of the TV episodes or films. In our story, Wednesday Addams, the ultimate princess of darkness, has grown up and fallen in love with a sweet, smart young man from a respectable family - a man her parents have never met. And if that weren't upsetting enough, Wednesday confides in her father and begs him not to tell her mother. Now, Gomez Addams must do something he's never done before - keep a secret from his beloved wife, Morticia. Everything will change for the whole family on the fateful night they host a dinner for Wednesday's 'normal' boyfriend and his parents. Uncle Fester Addams enlists the help of the Addams family ancestors, but will they be able to help love triumph? Show dates are Friday, March 22nd at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, March 23rd at 7:30 p.m., and Sunday, March 24th at 2:30 p.m. Tickets are available online using this link or QR code: https://www.showtix4u.com/event-details/81641
14 days ago, Cassadaga Valley Central School
The Addams Family
The Addams Family
Happy Presidents' Day!
16 days ago, Cassadaga Valley Central School
Presidents Day
Spirit week concluded today with a super exciting pep rally, with the Sophomores claiming the battle of the classes! Thursday was Time Traveler Thursday, and Friday was Class Color Day! Middle School students dressed in CV red, white, and blue, Freshmen wore pink, sophomores wore green, juniors wore purple, and seniors wore black.
17 days ago, Cassadaga Valley Central School
Spirit week
Spirit week
Spirit week
Spirit week
Spirit week
Spirit week
Spirit week
Spirit week
Spirit week
Cassadaga Valley is currently looking for two (2) School Bus Attendants. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Candidates must be at least 19 years old and meet all requirements, as specified by the NYS Department of Education pursuant to 8 NYCRR Education Section 156.3, at time of appointment and during service in this classification. Please contact the Transportation Dept with questions regarding qualifications (716) 962-5185 Ext: 3802 https://www.cvcougars.org/page/employment-opportunities
18 days ago, Cassadaga Valley Central School
hiring
Save the dates! Cassadaga Valley's Family Services Center will be hosting a Community Health and Wellness Fair on March 22nd and 23rd!
18 days ago, Cassadaga Valley Central School
community health & wellness fair
Five students in Mr. Cole's Computer Hardware class earned their TestOut IT Fundamentals Certification last semester! This industry recognized certification requires students to demonstrate proficiency in computer hardware, software, operating systems, networking, databases, programming and security. Congratulations to Ben Elder, Jon Lewis, Andrew Faulkner, Jorden Carlson and Gavin Skinner!
18 days ago, Cassadaga Valley Central School
Computer Hardware class
Cassadaga Library is hosing a vaccine clinic on Saturday, March 2nd. Pre-registration is required.
19 days ago, Cassadaga Valley Central School
vaccine clinic
Cassadaga Valley is accepting applications for the following instructional positions for the 2024-2025 school year: ~Special Education Teacher (Consultant Teacher) ~Agriculture Teacher ~Special Education Teacher (Self Contained) ~Science Teacher ~Social Studies Teacher ~(4) Elementary Teachers https://www.cvcougars.org/page/employment-opportunities
19 days ago, Cassadaga Valley Central School
hiring
SPRING SPORTS! Important Reminder: Please sign up on Family ID for your spring sports!!! https://hello.students.arbitersports.com/ Spring Sports Parent/Athlete meeting will be held on Tuesday March 5th @ 6:00 pm in the gymnasium. All parents and athletes should plan to attend.
19 days ago, Cassadaga Valley Central School
spring sports
PreK and Kindergarten Registration now open for the 2024-2025 school year at Cassadaga Valley Central Schools! If your child has already attended PreK at CVCS, they are automatically registered for Kindergarten. Students new to the district in both PreK and K will need to register!
19 days ago, Cassadaga Valley Central School
PreK & K registration
Fitness Center hours on Presidents' Day, February 19th, and through February break (2/20 - 2/23): 5:00-7:30 AM and 3:00-7:30 PM
20 days ago, Cassadaga Valley Central School
fitness center
We have baby emus! Watch them live here!! https://live.myvrspot.com/player?udi=c3RyZWFt&c=Y3Zjc2RlZ2dz
21 days ago, Cassadaga Valley Central School
emu
emu
emu
Girls On The Run applications are being sent home this week. Please return them to the nurse's office to ensure a spot on the team. We are limited to 15 girls on the team so this is a first come first serve basis. We will always secure a spot for a girl that has not participated in the past. Applications are due 3/1/2024. Please contact the elementary nurse's office with any questions (716) 962-5195.
21 days ago, Cassadaga Valley Central School
GOTR
On Friday, February 9th, a group of students toured Purina and Refresco to learn about local manufacturing opportunities. While touring, students were briefed on all the careers available at their location. Students were amazed at the number of people employed at both facilities. Each student also left with swag bags from each business!
20 days ago, Cassadaga Valley Central School
 Purina and Refresco tour
 Purina and Refresco tour
 Purina and Refresco tour
Our Spirit Days have been fun already! Here are a few pictures of Medieval Monday and Tropical Tuesday to get our week started right!
21 days ago, Cassadaga Valley Central School
Spirit Week
Spirit Week
Spirit Week
Recently, the 9th-grade honors Social Studies class at Cassadaga Valley, along with officers from the high school History Club, participated in a program sponsored by JCC called "Citizenship Day: A Global Perspective." This engaging event aimed to educate students on how to become better citizens and foster discussions about the Declaration of Human Rights. The day commenced with a presentation by Andrew Beiter, the director of The Summer Institute for Human Rights in Buffalo. Students were then organized into teams for a scavenger hunt, exploring local human rights organizations and pertinent issues. Following this, a discussion took place between our students and a panel of international students from JCC. This interaction allowed our high school students to pose questions and gain insights into human rights issues in different countries, as well as the perspectives of international students living in America. Representatives from South Africa, Ireland, and other nations participated in this enriching conversation. The program was made possible through the Undergraduate International Studies and Foreign Language Grant sponsored by JCC. Upon returning to Mrs. Richir's classroom, Cassadaga Valley students continued their engagement. They were tasked with creating posters focusing on a human right listed in the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Submissions included a description and title for their work, with JCC offering prizes for different grade categories (5-8, 9-12, and college students). Congratulations are extended to the following winners from Cassadaga Valley: "Know Your Right" by Aubre Bonasera and "Sonder" by Lily Green. Additional awards were given for outstanding work, including "Emotionless Means Colorless" by Anna Burlingame, "Equal Humans, Equal Rights" by Gabrielle Cunningham, "Every Person is Equal" by Addisyn Grissom, and "Bodies not Politics" by Catie Russell. The impact of this program has been evident in our students' expanded worldviews. It has encouraged them to look beyond borders, recognizing the interconnectedness of our world. The focus on citizenship and the potential for one person to make a difference has resonated with the students. By learning about human rights and other countries, they gain a greater appreciation for their freedoms and the opportunity to voice their opinions on global issues and human rights.
25 days ago, Cassadaga Valley Central School
Citizenship Day: A Global Perspective
Citizenship Day: A Global Perspective
Citizenship Day: A Global Perspective
Citizenship Day: A Global Perspective
Citizenship Day: A Global Perspective
Citizenship Day: A Global Perspective
Citizenship Day: A Global Perspective
At 8:05 AM Cassadaga Valley Middle/High School went into a Hold In Place for a student medical incident. This medical incident is limited to one student. All other students remained in their extended homerooms until approximately 8:55 AM when the hold in place was lifted. A hold in place keeps students in the classroom with a teacher and limits students in the hallways.. A hold in place is temporary so medical attention can be given without disruption.
26 days ago, Cassadaga Valley Central School
hold in place