May 19, 2022

 

FEEDBACK WELCOME!

Conestoga Valley is very excited to share CV's proposed math resources for students in grades K-5.

Parents and guardians - you're invited to preview the materials and offer your feedback!

This link provides information about how to schedule an appointment to view the materials and how to access the parent resources if you can't make it to an appointment.

 

PHOTO OF THE WEEK

Wednesday was THE perfect day to take classes outside! Fritz students enjoyed some sunshine and creativity with chalk!

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.

 

2002 COMMENCEMENT

Believe it or not, commencement is right around the corner!


Be sure to visit the Commencement Page on the high school's homepage for up-to-date information!

 

PRE-K COUNTS

Pre-K Counts applications for the 2022-23 school year are now available!

Pennsylvania Pre-K Counts (Pre-K Counts) provides quality half-day and full-day pre-kindergarten to eligible 3 and 4 year-olds in Pennsylvania.

REGISTER FOR KINDERGARTEN!

Kindergarten Registration for the 2022-23 school year is open!


Click the icon below to be taken to the district's student registration page.

 

END-OF-YEAR INFORMATION FROM FOOD SERVICES

Earlier this month, a letter was emailed to parents regarding some important end-of-the-year information from our Food Services Department. Didn't get the email? Don't worry! The letter can be found here.

SUMMER CAMPS!

Summer will be here before you know it, and there are several local summer camps that are currently open for registration.

And be sure to regularly check our Community Bulletin Board page for more community camps and events!

 

CVCCS SUMMER LUNCH CLUB

CVCCS's annual Summer Lunch Club is back again this summer and now it's back to "normal," meaning no more of the grab n' go style from the past two years of COVID.

In addition to meals, each site will offer fun and interactive activities such as games, Bible stories, songs, crafts, etc. Think of it as a mini vacation bible school environment!

Below are the four Summer Lunch Club sites; parents may also receive food, but children 18 and younger will be served first:

  • Flory Park: 416 Dohner Dr., Lancaster, PA 17602
  • Country Club Apartments: 323 Aaron Ln., Lancaster, PA 176101
  • West Earl Community Park: 189 S. State St., Leola, PA 17540
  • Breakout Ministries: 2400 Anita Ct., Leola, PA 17540

For additional details about Summer Lunch Club (and CVCCS's other youth programs), families can visit https://cvccs.org/youth/.

 

MISS A WEEK?

Did you miss a week (or several) of the Buckskin Blast? Don't worry! Archives of this school year's newsletters can be found by clicking the button below!

 

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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