September 23, 2022
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Dear CVU Community: Thank you for joining us for the first CVU @ a Glance since 2019. We are lucky to have such a supportive community!
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Please make sure to complete your health forms on Powerschool. You can find the link, here. Students will not be eligible for field trips until they are complete! (Make sure you don't check yourself as an "emergency contact" or you won't receive most communication from the school.)
Family-Teacher Conferences will be on October 6 and 7 in in-person and online formats. Keep a look out for invitations.
From Andre LaChance: Congratulations to this year's co-presidents of the Academic Leadership Council (AcLC), CVU's version of the National Honor Society: Mircea Hamilton, Joe Jacobs, Sam Kunin, Charlie Lehman, Thomas Roberts and Carly Trapeni. Each leads a group of AcLC members who have made a commitment with a faculty/mentor to complete 20 academic service hours anywhere in the CVSD District. The AcLC lifts up the academic environment and the knowledge/skills/behaviors of their peers. All seniors with a 3.8 GPA are eligible to join the AcLC. Currently, 52 seniors have made the commitment to help, and we are still open to eligible seniors. Students should contact advisor Andre LaChance at firstname.lastname@example.org
Kaiya Kilbon and I were discussing the perfect therapy pet to house at CVU and we both agreed that a sloth would be perfect. Aside from the fact it would be illegal, we imagined a sloth would be fairly low maintenance and fun to watch as it clung to the rafters in the Cafe. Kaiya took it a step further by actually adopting a sloth from The Sloth Conservation Foundation. So...now CVU has a sloth (well, a symbolic sloth) named Mango.
The Varsity Girls Soccer Team spent last Wednesday afternoon unloading 500 pumpkins to help out at the Isham Family Farm.
Calculus students continue to learn about limits. This time, they’re practicing reading and speaking limit notation and identifying whether the limit exists from graphs. (Think “Mean Girls”winning Mathlete championship answer from Lindsay Lohan.) Oh, and check out the smiles; this was a very engaging activity!
RoboHawks Get to Work and Support the Community This week the RoboHawks and JV Redhawk Robotics teams met to dig deep into brainstorming, designing and prototyping this year's bot. In addition, hosted a workshop to introduce the CVSD middle school students to robotics.The workshop for students and parents in the CVSD district focused on the FIRST Lego League robotics competition. The event marks the beginning of the program after months of behind-the-scenes work and makes their goal a reality of helping each district middle school start an FLL robotics team. The RoboHawks aim to strengthen and encourage participation in STEAM programs within the community by promoting and supporting opportunities for middle school students. The workshop was tremendously successful, with excellent attendance and representation from every CVU sending school! The RoboHawks worked with students to begin their coding adventure in FLL robotics and gave parents a great overview of why the program is valuable and fun! This year’s challenge is power themed and includes tons of fun challenges to tackle. We can't wait to see FIRST Core Values grow in each district school and see where the program goes! RoboHawks will be hosting another FLL workshop in the near future. For more information or if you would like to learn more about our team, check out our Website, or feel free to contact us at cvu_robohawks_2022.cvsdvt.org! Below: The RoboHawks meeting with students and parents in the district to discuss and explore the First® Lego League challenge
Launching C3 is a massive endeavor that requires effort from our entire community. Whether you were connecting with students, leading a club, or hosting a community, thank you to the staff, faculty, and coordinators who make it possible! Some pictures of the launch this week are below--
Senior Seminar: Tuesday during C3, CVU’s Senior Seminar group met for the first time. Senior Seminar answers all the questions that kids *wish* they could learn in high school--basically a How To Be An Adult course. They’ll be talking about taxes, credit scores, apartment hunting, retirement planning, buying a house, cleaning up your internet profile and all that things that adults just have to figure out at some point.
Survey Coming for Parents/Caregivers of Students in Grades 6-12
ParentIN CVSD is working with the Champlain Valley School District to better understand the perspectives and needs of parents and caregivers of tweens and teens in our district. Those with students in grades 6-12 will soon receive a survey via email.
Your honest opinions on the questions in the survey are appreciated. Your answers are completely anonymous and will not be used to identify individual respondents in any way.
Results will help us evaluate current programs and plan new ways to support youth and families in our area. If you have any questions about this survey, please reach out to Amy Sayre at email@example.com or 802-482-6290.
Access is back in action with another semester of amazing enrichment options for both in-person and online learners. The Fall/Winter 2022 season runs from September – January, and the majority of classes take place at CVU High School, with the exception of online classes offered through Zoom. Class descriptions and details are listed on our website and can be sorted by category, month, week, or online. With over 200 class options and 89 fabulous instructors, there is something for everyone at Access!
ENROLL TODAY! Popular classes fill quickly, and low enrollment leads to canceled classes. To view the complete list of classes and to enroll online, visit our website https://cvsdvt.ce.eleyo.com/ (or Google, ACCESS CVU). For questions about classes or to enroll via email or phone, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org / 802-482-7194.