CVCS Weekly Newsletter School is Closed Friday, October 7th School is in Session Monday, October 10th School Pictures: Pictures will be taken Friday, September 30th School Dress only. Retakes will be Thursday, November 3rd, Parent-Teachers Conferences– Thursday, October 6th will be a 1:00pm dismissal for Parent-Teacher Conferences. Please see the link provided to sign […]
Twelve CVCS students were inducted into the National Christian Honor Society in a special chapel on Tuesday, May 17. Inducted were senior Loryn Sanders, juniors Ashley Bae, Harli Bergau, Chester Huang, Ariana Kim and Milo Lo, and sophomores Nick Bryant, Madeline Cardinale, Josiah Fisler, Lauren Gabler, Shelby Heckman and Hannah Longacre. In order to […]
On Friday, April 15th the CVCS Players presented the classic fairy tale Cinderella. The cast of around 30 did an excellent job presenting this timeless classic for an audience of about 210 people. With a short amount of time to work on lines, get costumes and props, everyone did a great job chipping in wherever […]
Have you ever wondered what we do with the aluminum and steel cans that we recycle at school? For two years now the Environmental Club has been recycling metal waste collected at school in exchange for money. This year we were able to donate that money to Samaritan’s Purse for a program called “Water […]
This year, the students in Mrs. Snyder’s 4th grade class have the opportunity to be pen pals with other 4th grade students in Honduras. Their Honduran pen pals are the students of Miss McHugh, former 4th grade teacher here at CVCS. The 4th grades had an exciting opportunity to meet each other through Google Hangouts. […]
History is full of events of explorations, encounters and exchanges. In our ninth year of History Day at CVCS, students of CVCS researched and created projects to show what they learned. And they learned a lot. The program gives students ways to learn about history and allows students to share their learning in a variety […]
The 6th Grade made volcano. The students use vinegar and baking soda to show how a volcano erupts.
Both of the 2nd grade classes here at C.V.C.S. participated in a History diorama project. We have been studying about the Colonial times in History class. The students were asked to recreate a Colonial shop. They had the choice of; The Cooper-barrel maker, The Apothecary-Colonial drugstore, The Joiner- furniture store, The Silversmith-jewelry store, The Blacksmith-hardware […]