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Our Mission
We inspire, engage and empower all students to achieve their full potential.
Our Vision & Core Beliefs
Summer 2017 District Letter to CV Families
 
 
 
Summer Office Hours:
District Office: 7:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. 
PD Elementary: 7:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. 
CB Elementary: 7:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. (closed/lunch: 12:30 - 1:00 p.m.) 
Chenango Valley Middle School: 7:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Chenango Valley High School: 7:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
MS/HS Guidance: 7:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. (closed/lunch: 12:00 - 12:30 p.m.)
Special Education Department: 7:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Transportation Department: 6:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. 
Technology Department: 7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. 
Athletics Department: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Food Services: Please call (607) 766-3926 with questions through Aug. 10.
 
 
Letters from Superintendent Gill and BOE regarding
natural gas compressor:
Natural Gas Compressor Update (6/22/17):
Today the Chenango Valley Central School District (CVSD) filed an Article 78 special proceeding in Broome County Supreme Court challenging the actions of the Town of Fenton Planning Board in approving the Site Plan for the NG Advantage, LLC proposed compressed natural gas (CNG) compressor facility at 65, 69 & 93 West Service Road in the Town of Fenton. The facility will extract natural gas from pipelines, filling specialized trucks with CNG, a highly flammable substance under up to 4,000 sq.ft. of pressure, and transporting it to CNG commercial customers. The current route for trucks leaving the facility is proposed to go directly past the Chenango Valley Middle School and High School.

CVSD, through their attorney, Meave Tooher of Tooher & Barone, LLP, Albany, NY, oppose the facility based on the safety and traffic hazards created for the students, staff and their families as a consequence of these activities. CVSD maintains that the Planning Board erroneously issued a negative declaration of environmental impact under the State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQRA) finding that the project would have no significant environmental impact. CVSD submitted affidavits from Superintendent David Gill and former NYSDOT regional Director William Fitzpatrick stating that routing for the facility creates irreparable harm to the community in general and the school district in particular and the failure to complete a traffic study and evaluate the environmental and community impacts of the facility was arbitrary and capricious and erroneous as a matter of law. The district is asking that the site plan be revoked, the negative declaration be overturned and that this matter be returned to the Planning Board for a full environmental review. 

Thank you,
 
David Gill signature

David P. Gill

CVCSD Superintendent

 
 Chenango Valley Central School District has been listed as
a five-star district for our academic ranking in social studies.
 Keep up the awesome work, Warriors!
 
 
Superintendent's Message
superintendent david p gill

CV community,

I want to thank our students, staff, parents, and CV residents for collaboratively making this another fantastic school year. We continue to make great strides in living out our mission to inspire, engage, and empower our students to be life-long learners and productive citizens.
 
District News
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students standing in front of c v mural Students Paint CV Mural at Lowe's
As part of a community outreach project, three Chenango Valley High School art students helped to paint a mural representing the Chenango Valley Central School District at Lowe's Home Improvement in Binghamton. See more. 
mrs wheeler works with miranda rogers at boces steam Students take part in BOCES Summer STEAM
Some of our CV students and teachers are having a blast taking part in the BOCES Summer STEAM Academy! See photo gallery.
 
Units of Study for Writing wide shot of workshop Workshop on "Units of Study in Writing"
Around 25 teachers and administrators attended a "Units of Study in Writing" workshop on Monday, July 24. See more. 
far away shot from left of colorful building in progress Students help beautify 'Depot' wall
A dozen Chenango Valley High School art students volunteered time this summer to help paint a mural to beautify the "Depot" wall near Chenango Valley's athletic fields. See more.
 
Noah Natalie and Roy at ryla conference Students attend Rotary Youth Leadership Conference
Three upcoming Chenango Valley seniors represented the Hillcrest Rotary at the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards at SUNY Oneonta in June.  See article by Natalie Ehrensbeck describing the experience. 
far shot of members of broome endicott swat team training at c v bus garage Broome-Endicott SWAT team trains at CV Bus Garage
Members of the Broome-Endicott SWAT team did simulated training for dangerous bus situations.
 
group shot of students and the johnson city k 9 K9s visit CV Combined Civic Summer Fun Program
K9s from the Johnson City Police Department and Broome County Sheriff's Office paid a visit to the CV Combined Civic Summer Fun program. See more.
 
Students have fun in CV Summer STEAM Program  image Students have fun in CV Summer STEAM Program
It may be summer, but many students coming from kindergarten through fifth grade are still learning, and having a fun time, in school through the CV Summer STEAM Program. See photo gallery.
 
C V Response to Intervention Team Summer Planning CV RTI Team takes part in summer planning
Chenango Valley's Professional Development Response to Intervention (RTI) team took part in summer planning with Mid-South (Region 7) RSE-TASC Behavorial Specialist Stacy Smith. See more.

 
far shot of student running at warrior academy 2017 Warrior Academy 2017
Warrior Academy 2017, a free strength and conditioning camp for Chenango Valley students in grades seven through 12, began on Monday, July 10. See more. 
photo of graduation cap reading c v where we fly this isn't goodbye Senior Graduation 2017
Chenango Valley's Class of 2017 has officially graduated! The graduation ceremony was held on June 23 in the high school gym. CV is very proud of our Warriors and their accomplishments! Wishing all the best of luck on endeavors to come!  See photo gallery. 
congratulations cake and plaque CV celebrates retirees, tenures and new hires
The Chenango Valley Central School District held a celebration on June 21 to recognize those who are retirees, new tenures and new hires.  See more.
 
Police warn of heroin disguised as candy image Police warn of heroin disguised as candy
Local law enforcement officials have warned that heroin disguised as SweetTarts candy has been found in the Southern Tier.  See more information.
 
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