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Todd Lane Parents,

I am happy to announce that much of Phase I of the Todd Lane Renovation Project is complete.  We have been prepping to move our Fourth Grade students into their newly renovated classroom spaces.  The rooms received a complete makeover to include windows, flooring, cabinetry, lighting, whiteboards, technology, and air conditioning.  New furniture will be added once all grade level classrooms are complete.

At the same time, our Fifth Grade student classrooms will be moving into the space previously occupied by the Fourth Grade.  The move is anticipated to occur between now and the weekend of April 6-8.  The teachers have been packing over the last several weeks and our custodial staff is prepared as well.

The new kitchen and cafeteria addition, which are also a part of Phase I construction, are nearing completion.  I do not have a solid date for occupancy at this time but am anticipating the students using the new cafeteria sometime later in April.  The kitchen is equipped with state of the art appliances.  The cafeteria is spacious with an enormous curtain wall and modern technology that can also serve as a large group space to accommodate multi-purpose functions for the school.

As was shared previously, Phase II construction will include the current Fifth Grade wing and eventually, the old kitchen once the new kitchen and cafeteria have been occupied.  Additional barriers and construction controls will be put in place prior to any construction in any of the Phase II areas.

At this time, Third Grade classroom renovations are scheduled to occur in June after school is dismissed for the summer.  I will provide more communication, as we get closer to Phase II renovations.

Please feel free to contact me with any questions.

Respectfully,

Dr. Nicholas Perry
Superintendent

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Posted Thursday, March 29, 2018
 
Please join us as Central Valley hosts the Warrior 5k Run/Walk. The event will start and end at the Walter R. & Lois A. Sylvester Wellness Center at Central Valley High School-Located at 160 Baker Road Extension, Monaca, PA 15061. The course will include Baker Road to CCBC, and CCBC, to Center Grange Elementary, and back to Central Valley HS Campus, ending at the Wellness Center. This event will raise money in order provide health and wellness equipment to our community members and students of the Central Valley School District. Our vision is to create healthier opportunities for our Central Valley Community, by connecting wellness education with recreation.
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Posted Friday, March 23, 2018
   
The school calendar for the 2018-19 school year has been approved by the board of education. A copy of the calendar can be found here: 2018-19 Central Valley SD Calendar
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Posted Friday, February 23, 2018

I n order to combat the flu virus we have put together a Newletter with some information regarding how to avoid getting the flu and  things to do if your child would get the flu.  Click on the link to read the Newsletter.   

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Posted Sunday, February 11, 2018

  
Our CVSD is excited to extend an invitation to our community to attend our our 2nd annual STEAM Expo.  The Expo will be held on March 22 from 5:00-7:30 at the CV Middle School.
 
This year's event has expanded to also include local trade schools, the BCCTC, and local businesses presenting along side of our students to help expose our kids and community to the many different post-high school paths and career opportunities available. 
  
A very special thank you to the Beaver County Educational Trust and our Central Valley Education Foundation for financial grants and support in putting on this event.

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Posted Thursday, February 8, 2018
   
On January 27th, Central Valley teachers, administrators, and parents participated in the 6th annual Beaver County Polar Plunge. Team and community members raised nearly $12,000 for Special Olympics to win the Cool Schools Challenge for the 4th year in a row. The event raised $100,000 overall to support local Special Olympics programs and athletes. Congratulations to the CV community for once again showing their school spirit and support of our students and families with special needs!
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Posted Tuesday, February 6, 2018
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