Cattaraugus-Little Valley Central School District

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  • End-of-the-Year Reminders

    The end of the school year is here! Here are a few scheduling reminders for the last couple of weeks: Elementary students are in attendance at the school through Tuesday, June 25th. There is NO SCHOOL on Wednesday, June 19th for the Juneteenth Holiday. Friday, June 21st, Monday, June 24th and Tuesday, June 25th are all half days with dismissal times of 11:15 a.m. (car riders) and 11:30 a.m. (buses). Graduation will take place on Friday, June 28th at 7:00 p.m. Best wishes for a fun-filled summer!

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  • Interim Director of Special Education

    Ms. Blair, Director of Special Education has accepted a position in another district effective 5/25/24. We wish her well. Mrs. Ann Pajak will be serving as CLV's interim Director of Special Education. Mrs. Pajak can be reached at (716) 257-5943. The district is in the process of hiring a new Director of Special Education with an anticipated start date of June 30,2024. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions at (716) 257-5293. Thank you.

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  • 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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Headlines & Features

  •  Trap Club students holding grant sign.

    CLV Trap Club

    The CLV Trap Club had another successful and fun season this year with 22 participants. Students that participate in the club learn firearm safety and the skills necessary to do Trapshooting, a clay target shooting sport. At the conclusion of the regular season, individual awards were given to CLV Trap Club members as follows: Top Male Shooter – Jase Rublee, Top Female Shooter – Kennedy Stein, and Most Improved – Jack Morgenstern. Trap Club has 2 seniors this year to recognize: Layne Taylor and Timothy Wolf. Great job to all who participated and thank you to the Cattaraugus Rod and Gun Club for their continued support and use of their facility!

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  •  Two student winners standing by showcase of dragsters.

    7th Grade Dragsters

    7th grade Co2 dragster competition winners stand by their trophies. Jerry Gassman had the fastest time and Everly Bradley won best in show.

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  •  Hannah Dorman standing next to her artwork at an art show

    Visual Arts Year in Review

    The CLV students in the Visual Arts Department have worked hard throughout the 2023-24 school year to create wonderful works of art! From tape installations and typography drawings to decorative walking sticks and beautiful paper quilled designs. Click above for more photos from the year!

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    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. 

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