Feb. 17, 2022

 

WELCOME CLASS OF 2035!

Kindergarten registration for the 2022-23 school year is officially open! Families with children who will be five years of age before Sept. 1, 2022 should receive an informational brochure in the mail within the next week. No worries if you do not receive one! Just click the button below for all the information you'll need to begin and complete the registration process, including a PDF version of the above-mentioned brochure.


We look forward to welcoming the members of the Class of 2035!

 

PHOTO OF THE WEEK

Check out this photo from Mrs. Ditzler's kindergarten class. They took a different approach to the heart-themed holiday of Valentine's Day by learning about real hearts, including getting to handle a deer heart! The class then took a trip to the nurse's office to listen to their own hearts!

COVID-19 UPDATE CENTER

We were optimistic the COVID News Update Center would be a thing of the past by the time this school year started. Unfortunately, there is still a need to maintain and update the News Update Center for the foreseeable future.

The Update Center was created in the spring of 2020 when the virus first affected our area. Our COVID dashboard will again be updated each school day in the late afternoon or evening.

In addition, the Update Center has a plethora of resources and information, including letters from Dr. Zuilkoski, learning resources, and more.

 
 

SAVE THE DATE

Please join us for a THANK YOU for all the ways you, our volunteers, brighten the days of our students, teachers, and staff by volunteering in our schools! Anyone who has volunteered in any way is encouraged to attend! Childcare will be provided by CVHS students.

COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD

Conestoga Valley's online bulletin board is designed to assist community nonprofit groups in the CV area to communicate important information in an environmentally-friendly and cost-effective way. Throughout the school year, we'll highlight new announcements, registration information, and more in this newsletter.

 

ATTENTION SPRING STUDENT-ATHLETES

Students interested in participating in a spring sport are required to complete a sports physical. If you already turned in a sports physical this school year, you need a re-cert in order to be allowed to participate. Forms are available in the CVHS main office and in the athletic training room. All forms are due by 3 p.m. on Wednesday, March 2. See Mrs. Hess if you have any questions!

 

WALK-IN WEDNESDAYS ARE BACK!

SOS Group of Lancaster is again holding Walk-In Wednesdays at the CV Service Center! Stop in on Feb. 23 or March 2 to meet with a SOS Group recruiter. A variety of positions are available. Click the button below for more information!

SAT DEADLINE REMINDERS!

Any juniors who plan to take the SAT exam this spring, please note the below dates and registration deadlines:

  • May 7 (register by April 8)
  • June 4 (register by May 5)

Register at sat.org.

 

CVCCS HELP AVAILABLE

The Conestoga Valley School District has a close partnership with CVCCS which offers a variety of assistance to the community. Below is a brief overview of CVCCS's service; for more information, click the icon below!

Food & Nutrition:

Client choice food bank with a variety of non-perishables, meat, dairy, produce, & bakery to those in need who live or attend church in the CV School District and meet financial guidelines.

Clothing, Shoes, & Coats:

Client choice clothing bank serving residents of Lancaster County via referral from a church, school, or agency.

Rooted Afterschool Mentoring:

1-on-1 Christian mentoring for at-risk 4th-6th graders at Smoketown Elementary, via referral by the school and parental permission.

Weekend Blessings:

Provides students in the CV School District referred by the school with bundles of food to take home for the weekends.

Summer Lunch:

Serves three lunches a week at three locations in the CV School District from June through August. The meals are free and open to all children 18 and younger.

Back on Track Financial Coaching:

Assists those living “paycheck to paycheck” and the underemployed who don’t qualify for social services but are struggling to avoid homelessness caused by an unavoidable financial hardship.

*NEW! Connect Client Discipleship:

Pairing adult clients with local churches to conquer the epidemic of loneliness.

 
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