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Superintendent's Message

Superintendent's Message

C V Superintendent David P Gill

Dear Chenango Valley Community,

Happy fall!

Our school year has taken off with lots of activities! A few examples include athletic contests, open houses, a community forum on our capital project, spirit week, homecoming, and Warrior Wear Fridays. As we continue to navigate through the pandemic, we have worked hard to return to as normal of an educational setting as we safely can under the guidance from federal, state, and local health departments. I have enjoyed visiting our buildings and seeing our students and teachers actively engaged in learning. Once again, you can be proud of the faculty and staff at Chenango Valley for their dedication to your children, and I continue to thank you for your support!

As I have noted in previous communications, our dedicated transportation staff continues to work tirelessly to transport your children to and from home. We recognize bus delays present challenges to working families, and appreciate your patience as there are no easy solutions without additional drivers. We continue to work hard at keeping this national emergency as minimal as possible.

As communicated, we held a community forum on our proposed capital project on September 30. For those unable to join us, we recorded the forum and it has been placed on our website. As a reminder, a Chenango Valley Central School District capital improvement project will be presented to district residents for public vote on Monday, December 13, in the Chenango Valley Middle School/High School auditorium. We appreciate your support in continuing to sustain exceptional buildings and grounds for our students and community. More information, including the scope of this proposed project and key dates, can be found here:

I ask you to please continue to reach out if you have any questions or need any support as we move forward this school year. I wish you all many moments of joy this autumn and in the upcoming holiday season.



Dr. David P. Gill
Superintendent of Schools