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Please Note: The Chenango Valley Central School District will be undergoing full IT infrastructure maintenance from June 30 through July 7. During this time, all CVCSD emails will be inaccessible, though phone services will still be available. Emails received during this period will be stored and accessible after the maintenance period.  Anyone needing to communicate via email can contact during this time, and the information will be communicated to the appropriate party.  Please include who you are trying to reach in the email.
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,
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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
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CV community,

Thank you for the positive vote for our 2017-2018 school budget and congratulations to our current school board members Mr. John Hussar and Mrs. Christine Lomonaco who were re-elected to another 5-year term each. 
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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. 
students exit chenango bridge elementary on last day of school Elementary students head to summer vacation
Chenango Bridge and Port Dickinson Elementary students received a "farewell" as they headed to summer vacation on June 23! 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.
student smiles next to monster mash creation sign that shows his monster mash creation Monster Mash Reveal
Third grade students saw their monster drawing creations "come to life" -- thanks to the help of some high school art students! See more.
Students enjoy Field Day 2017 outdoors Field Day 2017 at Port Dickinson Elementary
The weather was great for Port Dickinson Elementary students to enjoy Field Day 2017 outdoors! They also enjoyed the tenth annual Talent Show put on by Port Dickinson teachers. This year's theme was "You're worth more than gold!" See photo gallery.
Sixth grade students read to PD students image Sixth grade students read to PD students
Sixth grade students visited Port Dickinson Elementary to read books they wrote and published in their ELA Lab Class, along with other favorite tales. See more.
Senior Awards Night  image Senior Awards Night
Senior students were awarded scholarships and certificates for their academic, athletic and other achievements at the 19th Annual Senior Awards Night held in the CV Auditorium. An audience cheered on their successes. See photo gallery.
Pre-K students receive book donations image Pre-K students receive book donations
Members of the Hillcrest Rotary presented each Port Dickinson Pre-K student with a book as part of a reading initiative in partnership with SUNY Broome's Center for Civic Engagement. See more.
Prom 2017  image Prom 2017
It was a beautiful night for Chenango Valley's 2017 Prom. It was held at the Genegantslet Golf Course in Greene on Friday, June 2. Students also gathered to take pictures beforehand. See photo gallery.
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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