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Overview
 

Port Dickinson Elementary: Principal - Mary Beth Hammond
(607) 762-6970

At the Port Dickinson Elementary School (PreK-2), a full range of instruction is available to all students, including computers, art, music, library and physical education. Our Reading/Language Arts program provides for all levels of ability. Early Literacy, Title I, and teacher intervention are available, as well as programs such as Accelerated Reader, Learning Center, Primary Project and Remedial Math. We recognize that the social and emotional development is an important aspect of learning. Our KELSO Conflict Resolution/Olweus Program teaches students the difference between big and little problems. Students are then taught strategies to handle the "little problems" themselves, while the "big problems" require adult intervention. Port Dickinson also offers a complete breakfast program for all students.



Chenango Bridge Elementary: Principal - James Pritchard
(607) 762-6950

At Chenango Bridge Elementary (3-5), the academic focus is on the basic skill areas of English Language Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies. We also offer a wide range of classes in specialty areas. The library has thousands of resources and a fully automated retrieval system. Students attend classes in library skills, as well as use the library as a research center. A literacy library also is available. The music program consists of both a 5th and 6th grade band and three different choruses; it attracts 75% of our students. All groups perform off-site as well as on, traveling to colleges, nursing homes, and malls. The school has a state of the art computer lab, as well as a fully equipped science lab where students access weekly experiments. A science fair is held annually. Our physical education staff encourages lifetime fitness with up-to-date interactive equipment. The CB art program is full of exciting projects, and student artwork is often displayed in the community. Additionally, CB has created a comprehensive literacy program which encourages reading and writing at all ability levels.


Elementary Schools - Programs & Services
At the primary and elementary levels there are three sections of pre-kindergarten, seven sections of kindergarten, six sections of grade 1, seven of grade 2, five of grade 3, six of grade 4, six of grade 5, and five of grade 6. Individual class size in pre-k through second grade is approximately 20 students, and 23-26 students in grades 3-5.

Special Programs:

  • Accelerated Reader in grades 1-2
  • Computer Assisted Instruction in Reading, Math, & Development
  • CCC computer curriculum, acuity in grade 4
  • Chorus for grades 4 & 5
  • Instrumental Music & Band for grade 5

Auxiliary Services:

  • Speech Therapy
  • Specialized help in reading, math and writing
  • Breakfast and Lunch Programs
  • Library and audiovisual materials
  • Art, music, physical education, and library classes taught by specialists at each grade level
  • Services of a social worker
  • Banana Splits Program - helps children deal with separation and divorce
  • Before and After School Child Care through Bing. Boys/Girls Club
  • Computer lab support
  • Occupational Therapy & Physical Therapy
  • RTI process in Kindergarten through grade 8
  • Science lab for grades 3-5

English Language Arts:
Our elementary schools have worked diligently to unify the curriculum in grades prekindergarten through six to ensure that our students are prepared for the ELA exams in grades three through eight.

  • Harcourt Brace Signature Reading Series in grades K-5
    Trade books in grades 4-5; Leveled books in grades 4-5
  • Students are supported by Guided Reading & Writing Practices
  • An Academic Intervention Services teacher in each building to support students

Math:
Our elementary schools continue to align their math curriculums to ensure a smooth progression from grades prekindergarten through grade 5.

  • Harcourt Brace Series is used in both schools to assist students in preparing for the third through eighth grade State math exams
  • Academic Intervention Support Service in math
  • K - 5: students are supported by a hands-on approach using manipulative practices by classroom teachers


Middle School: Principal - Eric E. Attleson
(607) 762-6900

CV Middle School (6-8) employs a team teaching process. In addition to our core subjects, offerings in technology, home & careers, art, computers, music, physical education, foreign language, and health education, along with our many extra curriculum activities (Student Council, SADD, Ski Club and Drama Club, to name a few), add up to a well-rounded Middle School curriculum. In addition, we offer acceleration in math, art, and music. Over 50% of our student population is involved in one or more of our modified sports programs. All 7th grade students take the New York State grade level tests in ELA and Math, and all 8th grade students must take the New York State Assessments in ELA, Math, Science, and Social Studies.


High School: Principal - Jennifer Ostrander
(607) 762-6900

CV High School (9-12) prides itself on offering an excellent academic and support program for our students. Our faculty is dedicated and well-trained, and is ready to work with all students to ensure their success. We have excellent special education, remedial, and Academic Intervention Services to address various academic abilities. Our computer services, including classroom stations and labs, are state of the art and upgraded periodically. Internet access is available to all students and staff.

In addition to the required Regents courses, we also offer enriched sections in English, social studies, earth science, biology, chemistry, and physics, as well as Advanced Placement and several college courses through Broome Community College. Our elective areas include art, business, Family and Consumer Science, language, math, music, science, and technology. High School activities and clubs include Mock Trial, Theatre Guild, Ski Club, Yearbook, Literary Arts Magazine, Science Olympiad, Mathletes, Art Club, Language Club, S.A.D.D., and Key Club, among others.


Sports & Clubs

Middle School:

Clubs: S.A.A.D., Band, Chorus, Honor Society, Ski Club, Student Council, Yearbook, Drama Club, Friends of Rachel Club
Modified Sports: Boys & Girls Soccer, Boys & Girls Tennis, Boys & Girls Swim, Boys & Girls Cross Country, Lacrosse, Girls Softball, Boys & Girls Track, Wrestling, Girls Volleyball, Boys & Girls Basketball, Baseball

High School:
Clubs: Art Club, S.A.A.D., Band, Chorus, Honor Society, Student Council, Yearbook, Drama Club, Sports Clubs, French Club, Key Club, Latin Club, Spanish Club, Literary Magazine, Ski Club, Powerlifting Club, Mock Trial, Gamers Club, Political Science Club
Sports: JV/V Football, Boys & Girls Varsity Soccer, Boys & Girls Varsity Tennis, Boys & Girls Varsity Swim, Boys & Girls Varsity Cross Country, JV/V Lacrosse, JV/V Softball, Boys & Girls Varsity Track, JV/V Wrestling, Girls JV/V Volleyball, Boys & Girls JV/V Basketball, JV/V Baseball, Varsity Golf, JV/V Cheerleading, JV/V Bowling


School Colors: Red  & Grey
Mascot: Warriors

The Chenango Valley Central School District is located in Broome County in the Southern Tier of New York State. Its picturesque setting includes rolling hills and the confluence of the Susquehanna and Chenango Rivers. The district is served by the Binghamton Regional Airport and has convenient connections to Interstates 81 and 88 as well as State Route 17.

Binghamton University and Broome Community College are located in the area, giving residents access to exceptional and affordable higher education. In addition, a variety of cultural opportunities are available, including the Roberson Science and Museum Center, Tri-Cities Opera, Cider Mill Playhouse, Binghamton Philharmonic, Broome County Historical Society, and many theatre groups.  The region, home to several original working carousels, is well-known as the “Carousel Capital” of the state. Numerous other recreational opportunities abound, including cross-country skiing, golf, and fishing. The area also hosts to two minor league professional sports teams.

In the Chenango Valley School District, we are proud of our strong programs, dedicated faculty, and our hard working, creative, and involved student population. In all grade levels, our students have scored consistently well on state standardized tests.  CV graduates traditionally have been accepted at prominent colleges and universities across the country.


Class of 2015:
Graduates 126
 
Post Secondary Plans:  
Four-Year Colleges 40
 
Two-Year Colleges 63
 
BOCES Adult Education/Trade
2
 
Total Educational 105
 
Employment/Undecided 20
 
Military Service 1
 
Other 0
 
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