Cattaraugus-Little Valley Central School District

Constructing foundations of pride, Living into wellness, StriVing for excellence


  • Letter from the School Superintendent

    At the BOE meeting on 12/12/2023, I submitted my letter of intent to retire effective August 30, 2024.  It has been an honor and privilege to work with an immensely dedicated Board of Education and supportive school community.  I am proud of the accomplishments of our students and faculty.  Thank you to everyone for the support over the past nine years during my superintendency with the Cattaraugus-Little Valley Central School District.  I wish all of you continued future success.  Sincerely,  Sharon Huff Superintendent of Schools 

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  • Congratulations FFA & Mrs. Mitrowski!

    Cattaraugus-Little Valley FFA Chapter has been chosen as the New York State Agricultural Society's FFA Chapter of the Year! Congratulations to Mrs. Mitrowski and her FFA students. The New York State Agricultural Society was organized in 1832 to foster, promote, and improve the New York State Food & Agriculture Industry through education, leadership development and recognition programs. This is an outstanding accomplishment and CLV's FFA chapter will be recognized at the NYS Ag Society Annual Forum in January.

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  • Increased Fitness Center Hours

    CLV is excited to offer additional Fitness Center hours! Beginning the week of 11/13/2023 the community Fitness Center will be open Monday - Friday from 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. The Fitness Center is located on the backside of the building near the Carter Street entrance, one door down from the previous location. Membership fees are used to pay for room supervision and maintenance. Click above for more information and a link to forms to fill out.

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Headlines & Features

  •  Two students work on project at the STREAM Fair.

    CLV Hosts Annual PTA STREAM Fair

    On March 23, 2024, CLV hosted the annual PTA STREAM Fair. Students and community members were able to visit several stations pertaining to Science, Technology, Reading, Engineering, the Arts and Math. Various groups also held fundraisers throughout the day and tours of the Capital Project updates were offered. Click above for more pictures of the event.

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  •  Mother Superior and Sister Mary Clarence

    CLV Drama Club Production

    On March 8th and 9th, the CLV Drama Club presented Sister Act, Jr. Click above to view more pictures of the performances.

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  •  8th grade students and faculty in front of the capital building with Nick Langworthy

    8th Grade Field Trip

    On March 11th, 8th grade students and their chaperones headed to Washington, D. C. for three days to take in the sights and learn about our nation's capital and country's history. Click above for more photos of this once-in-a-lifetime trip for our students.

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  •  2024-2025 Budget Vote & Election

    Budget Vote/Election Information

    The CLV Annual Budget Vote and Elections will be held on Tuesday, May 21, 2024. There are three seats on the Board of Education to be filled. The seats are 3-year terms and are currently held by Carrie Colburn-Mozes, Jim McDonnell and Jason Opferbeck. Nominating petitions will be available in the District Office at 25 Franklin Street N. Cattaraugus between the hours of 8:00am and 3:00pm or online (click above). The petitions must be signed by at least 25 qualified district voters and must include the candidate’s name and residence. Nominating petitions must be filed in the office of the District Clerk no later than 5:00 p.m. April 22, 2024. Absentee/Early Vote applications will be available on April 22nd. Further details will be available in the upcoming newsletters and on the website. If you have any questions, please contact the District Clerk at 716-257-5293.

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  •  Three FFA students inside capital building

    FFA Students Attend Student Leaders' Experience

    Three of our Cattaraugus-Little Valley FFA members, along with Mrs. Mitrowski, departed early on Monday for the State FFA Student Leaders' Experience. Breanna Unruh, Allie Erhart and Kia Knobloch got the opportunity to meet with Senator George Borello and Assemblyman Joseph Giglio to express their thanks for the support of agricultural education and ag ed funding in our state. The large group of New York State FFA leaders was also addressed by Governor Kathy Hochul. This was a wonderful opportunity for our chapter leaders, and something we will look forward to participating in again in the future! Click above for the full article and additional pictures of the trip.

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  •  Student Vex Robotics competitors

    Vex Robotics Competition

    On Wednesday the Robotics teams of Jason Knoblach, Savana Morrison, Thomas Terhune, Brady Preston, Dylan Szata, and Brynn Gabel competed at the VEX Over Under Qualifying Tournament. After the round robin qualification matches, we were ranked 11th and 13th out of 20 teams with both teams going 2 and 2. During the alliance selection the two teams were able to join to compete in the elimination rounds. They won their quarterfinals match 97-71 but lost a close match in the semifinals. Congratulations on a great tournament.

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Mission Statement

  • Welcome to CLV...
    The responsibility of the Cattaraugus-Little Valley Central School District is to educate all students in a caring and cooperative community.  At CLVCS, we embrace the responsibility to educate all students in a collaborative, creative, and competitive culture.  We expect our students to excel in all endeavors while we simultaneously nurture their social and emotional development.  We will empower our graduates with the tools, skills, and knowledge for future success.