Cattaraugus-Little Valley Elementary School
At CLV, students will become life-long learners through meaningful, engaging, and student-centered learning.
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Elementary School News 


Next week is homecoming and we will be celebrating in the elementary with daily school spirit events. Teachers will be reporting on each classrooms daily participation percentage and updates will be given to students on the morning announcements throughout the week. The homeroom with the highest cumulative participation percentage will earn a special lunch with the principal.

Families are invited to attend the Chili Cook-Off & Carnival taking place before the Varsity Football game Friday evening. The festivities will run from 5:00-7:00pm. Delicious chili’s will be served and grade levels will be running carnival style games for this event. There will be a small fee for purchasing the chili and playing the games. Please contact Sarah Congdon for more information or call the main office at 257-3483 with any questions.

Below is description each daily event:

1.   Monday is “Sports Day”. Students are asked to support their favorite sports team (Bills, Steelers, Sabres…). Cheer on your favorite team!

2.    Tuesday is “Twin Day”. Everyone has a twin somewhere…find yours and dress alike for the day!

3.   Wednesday is grade level “Color Wars”. There is only one way to find out which class has the most spirit and this day is always highly anticipated.

Pre-kindergarten -Yellow
Kindergarten - Blue
Grade 1 - Green
Grade 2 - White
Grade 3 - Red
Grade 4 – Black
 Thursday is “Backwards Day”. You have always been told not to wear your clothes backwards. Well, today you have permission to stand out.
Friday is “School Color’s Day”. Wear your T-Wolf apparel…blue and silver. CLV Strong, Power in the Pack!

We are a school that reads!

We know that for students to become better readers they need to be reading. We also know that as you become a better reader you want to read more and the cycle of improvement begins. Books are traveling to and from school on a nightly basis, and I can’t tell you how exciting it is to see students bringing their books back each morning to log their nightly reading. Great job and keep reading!                 


 Micah J. Oldham

Elementary Principal