2016 CVSD Calendar 2017 - Conewago Valley School District

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2016 CVSD Calendar 2017 - Conewago Valley School District
2016 CVSD Calendar 2017
Tradition
Innovation
Achievement
Pride
Our Mission The Conewago Valley School District promotes individual and collaborative excellence
statement enabling students to become competent, confident, and creative builders of the future.
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CONEWAGO VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT 16-17 CALENDAR
DAILY SCHEDULE FOR 2016/2017 STUDENT DAY
INDEX
Administration of Medication........... 25
Appointments................................... 24
Attendance Procedures................... 23
Bicycles............................................. 23
Bus Pass Procedure......................... 23
Changes in Athletic Schedule.......... 23
Child Abuse...................................... 24
Communicable Diseases................. 26
Discrimination Policy........................ 27
Drugs & Alcohol................................ 24
Emergency Closing.......................... 24
Exclusion from AIDS Instruction...... 25
Family Travel..................................... 24
Food Service..................................... 26
High School Library Schedule......... 23
Key...................................................... 2.
Kindergarten Registration................ 25
Mission Statement.............................. 1
Parent Notification System.............. 23
Privacy of Records........................... 25
School Board/Administration.......... 27
School Crossing Guards.................. 23
School Health Services.................... 25
Smoking............................................ 23
Special Education Programs........... 24
Student Accident Insurance............ 27
Student Assistance.......................... 24
Superintendent's Message................ 2
Transportation.................................. 24
Visitors/Security............................... 24
Withdrawal From School.................. 24
Key
BSB. . . . . . Baseball
JVBSB. . . . Junior Varsity Baseball
BBKB . . . . Boys' Basketball
BTN. . . . . . Boys' Tennis
BVB. . . . . . Boys' Volleyball
CC. . . . . . . Cross Country
CTE. . . . . . Conewago Township Elementary
Grades
Buildings
School Begins
Dismissal
K-3
4-6
7-8
9-12
NOE and CTE
CVIS
NOMS
NOHS
8:45 a.m.
8:40 a.m.
7:30 a.m.
7:30 a.m.
3:15 p.m.
3:30 p.m.
2:30 p.m.
2:30 p.m.
MESSAGE FROM THE SUPERINTENDENT
Dear Parents and Guardians of Conewago Valley School District Students:
I look forward to welcoming back our students and their families for the start of another school year.
As August 22nd approaches, teachers, administrators and support staff of Conewago Valley School
District are busy with preparations for an engaging year filled with a wide variety of learning
experiences and opportunities for your students.
Walking onto each of our campuses we instantly feel the familiar comforts of the beginning of a new
school year. Our buildings and campuses, thanks to the efforts of our custodial, grounds, and
maintenance staff, look immaculate. The administration and faculty are making their final
preparations to welcome students, while the clerical staff put on the finishing touches to meet
stakeholder needs and ensure a successful start to the year.
Along with staffing, curriculum, instruction and technology enhancements, we focus our efforts on
many initiatives across the district, including:
• Continuing our commitment to providing safe, supportive and vibrant learning environments for
all students, allowing us to focus on both their academic and emotional needs.
• Ongoing dedication to customer service across our district as we are your public school
system and want to continue to earn your respect by providing a quality experience.
As the new school year begins, please remember that the most meaningful factor in assisting
students to have a successful school experience is our ongoing partnerships with parents and
guardians. In order to help your children attain their goals, we need your involvement, whether
through attending conferences, volunteering in your child’s school, or, perhaps most importantly,
reinforcing the importance of on-time school attendance.
Through the range of experiences and emotions throughout a year, from celebrations to heartbreak,
we should always remember that we are all stronger – and our students’ experience better – when
we work together as a team, extended family and community.
Remember to stay informed about your child’s school and all of Conewago Valley School District
through our website www.conewago.k12.pa.us.
Please accept my best wishes for the upcoming school year.
Sincerely,
Dr. Russell E. Greenholt, Superintendent of Schools
CVIS . . . . . Conewago Valley
Intermediate School
JHFH. . . . . Junior High Field Hockey
JHGVB. . . . Junior High Girls’ Volleyball
JHBBKB . . Junior High Boys’ Basketball
JHGBKB. . Junior High Girls’ Basketball
JHCC. . . . . Junior High Cross Country
JHBSOC. . Junior High Boys’ Soccer
JHGSOC. . Junior High Girls Soccer
JHWR . . . . Junior High Wrestling
VFH. . . . . . Varsity Field Hockey
VFB. . . . . . Varsity Football
GBKB . . . . Girls' Basketball
GTN. . . . . . Girls' Tennis
GVB. . . . . . Girls' Volleyball
G. . . . . . . . Golf
HS. . . . . . . High School
JVFB. . . . . Junior Varsity Football
www.conewago.k12.pa.us
INTERPRETACIÓN
DISPONIBLE EN CASO DE
NECESITARSE
Este calendario tiene un código de color.
Los espacios blancos son los días
cuando los alumnos tienen clases. Los
espacios azul (blue) son los días cuando
no hay clases para los alumnos. Los
espacios que tienen una mitad de rojo y
una mitad de blanco significan que los
alumnos van a salir temprano, busque
usted los horarios de salida en estos
espacios.
Viajes con su familia
Si su hijo va a faltar a clases a causa de
un viaje. Usted necesita notificar a la
escuela por lo menos cinco días antes
de su viaje.
Ausencia de un alumno
Cualquier alumno que falte a clases por
cualquier razón, tiene que entregar una
nota por escrito explicando la razón por
la que falto, las fechas y la firma de los
padres, tan pronto como el alumno
regrese a clases.
Cancelación de clases
Para más información en español sobre
la cancelación o tardanza de las clases,
llame usted al 624-2157.
Thank You Advertisers
Please support the advertisers in this
calendar. Their support allows free
copies of the 2016-2017 District
Calendar to be distributed to all
students and staff. Advertisers, your
generosity is greatly appreciated.
8FB. . . . . . 8th Grade Football
7FB. . . . . . 7th Grade Football
FRFB. . . . . 9th Grade Football
FFA. . . . . . Future Farmers of America
MS. . . . . . . Middle School
BLAX. . . . . Boys’ Lacrosse
GLAX. . . . . Girls’ Lacrosse
NOE. . . . . . New Oxford Elementary
NOHS . . . . New Oxford High School
NOMS. . . . New Oxford Middle School
PTO. . . . . . Parent/Teacher Organization
BSOC . . . . Boys’ Soccer
GSOC . . . . Girls’ Soccer
JHT/F . . . . Junior High Track
VT/F. . . . . . Varsity Track
VSB. . . . . . Varsity Softball
JVSB. . . . . Junior Varsity Softball
VWR . . . . . Wrestling
SW. . . . . . . Swimming
augusT 2016
SUNDAY
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
JULY 2016
SM TWT FS
1
2
3 4 56 7 89
10 11 1213 14 1516
17 18 1920 21 2223
24 25 2627 28 2930
31
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
SEPTEMBER 2016
SM TWT FS
1 23
4 5 67 8 910
11 12 1314 15 1617
18 19 2021 22 2324
2526 2728 2930
SATURDAY
1
23456
NOE PTO Meeting 6:30pm
Board Study 7pm District
Office
HS Band Camp
HS Band Camp
HS Band Camp
HS Band Camp
HS Band Camp
789 10111213
Band Boosters Meeting 7pm
HS Band Room
Board Meeting 7:30pm
District Office
CTE K-1 Orientation
Teacher In-service – No school for students
NOHS Orientation - 6:25pm registration
in the lobby for upperclassman (10-12)
Freshman orientation begins for students 1:30pm
Parent presentation at 6pm in the High School
Auditorium
CTE Grades 2-3 Orientation
(2nd - 5:30pm, 3rd - 6:30pm)
NOE Grades 2-3 Orientation
(2nd - 5:30pm, 3rd - 6:30pm)
CTE and NOE Book Fair
Teacher In-service
(K - 5:30pm, 1 - 6:30pm)
14151617181920
No school for students
NOE K-1 Orientation
st
CVIS Grade 4 Orientation 6pm
LITTLE LIFE
ENRICHMENT
CENTER
• Childcare
• Preschool
• FREE PreK Counts
• Before & After School
A Quality Keystone Star
and PreK Counts Site
Call: 624-1296
(K - 5:30pm, 1st - 6:30pm)
CVIS Grades 5-6 Orientation
(5th - 6pm, 6th - 7pm)
CTE Book Fair
NOE Book Fair
Golf Northeastern at Royal
Manchester 2pm
NOMS Orientation – District
Auditorium 5:30-7pm (Last
names A-M); 6:30-8pm (Last
names N-Z)
Girls Varsity/JV Field Hockey
@ Bermudian Springs 10am
Boys Varsity/JV Football vs.
Kennard-Dale 10am
2122232425 2627
FIRST STUDENT DAY
Girls Varsity Soccer @
Biglerville 4pm
Boys Varsity Soccer vs.
Biglerville 4pm
Golf South Western @
South Hills 2pm
Girls Tennis vs. Delone 4pm
7FB vs. Bermudian Springs 4pm
8FB vs. Bermudian Springs 4pm
FRFB @ Bermudian Springs 4pm
GVB @ Littlestown 5pm
Coaches/Parent Meeting: 6:30pm followed
by Meet the Colonial Night (Fall Sports):
7pm in the District Stadium
JVFB @ Shippensburg 6pm
VFB @ Shippensburg 7pm
Golf Central York at
28293031
Outdoor Country Club
2pm
GTN @ Gettysburg 4pm
College Planning/FAFSA
presentation 6pm District
Auditorium
GSOC vs. Bermudian Springs
4pm
BSOC @ Bermudian Springs
4pm
GTN vs. Susquehannock
3:30pm
7FB vs. West York 4pm
8FB vs. West York 5:15pm
FRFB @ Northern HS 6pm
Compliments of
New Oxford Social
& Athletic Club
200 W. Golden Lane
New Oxford, PA
VFH @ Biglerville 4:15pm
CONEWAGO
V A L L E Y
S C H O O L
DISTRICT
2016
September
SUNDAY
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
august 2016
SM TWT FS
1 23 4 56
7 8 9 10 11 1213
14 15 1617 18 1920
21 22 2324 25 2627
28 29 3031
FRIDAY
OCTOBER 2016
SM TWT FS
1
2 3 45 6 78
9 10 1112 13 1415
16 17 1819 20 2122
23 24 2526 27 2829
3031
SATURDAY
123
CTE PTO Meeting 6:30pm
VFB @ Bermudian Springs 7pm JVFB @ Bermudian Springs
10am
MS School Picture Day
MS Commons
7 locations in
Hanover
Gettysburg
New Oxford
Littlestown
45 6 7 8 910
Labor Day Holiday – Schools
and Offices Closed
Scheduled 2 Hour Delay
GSOC @ Spring Grove 4pm
BSOC vs. Spring Grove 4pm
V/JVFH vs. Dover 4:15pm
GVB @ South Western 6pm
Golf Dallastown at Springwood
Golf Course 2pm
GTN @ Dallastown 4pm
JHFH vs. Spring Grove 4:15pm
CC @ Bermudian Springs
4:30pm
FRFB vs. Gettysburg 6:45pm
NOE Mobile Dentist
Golf Red Lion at Pleasant Valley NOE Mobile Dentist
Golf Course 2pm
JHFH @ Northeastern 4:15pm
GSOC vs. Red Lion 4pm
VFB @ Gettysburg 7pm
BSOC @ Red Lion 4pm
V/JV FH @ South Western
4:15pm
CC @ South Western 4:30pm
GVB vs. Dover 6pm
Adams Co. Counselors’ College
Fair at Gettysburg College
6:30-8pm
NOE Mobile Dentist
V/JV FH @ Greencastle-Antrim
10am
LITTLE LIFE
ENRICHMENT
CENTER
• Childcare
• Preschool
• FREE PreK Counts
• Before & After School
A Quality Keystone Star
and PreK Counts Site
Call: 624-1296
1112 13 14 15 1617
GTN vs. Red Lion 4pm
BSOC @ Mechanicsburg 4pm
GSOC vs. Littlestown 4pm
V/JV FH vs. Northeastern
4:15pm
JHFH vs. Littlestown 4:15pm
JVFB @ Gettysburg 5:30pm
NOE PTO Meeting 6:30pm
Board Study 7pm District Office
Band Boosters Meeting 7pm
HS Band Room
JHFH vs. Red Lion 4:15pm
CC vs. Delone Catholic 4:30pm
GVB @ Spring Grove 6pm
Golf vs. Bermudian Springs at
Bridges Golf Course 3:30pm
GSOC vs. Northeastern 4pm
BSOC @ Northeastern 6pm
GVB vs. Dallastown 6pm
NOMS PTO Meeting 6pm
MS Library
GTN @ Central York 4pm
V/JV FH vs. Red Lion 4:15pm
JH CC @ Kennard-Dale
4:30pm
8FB @ Delone 5:30pm
FRFB @ Delone 7pm
CVIS Wolfgang Fundraiser
Begins
V/JV FH @ Dallastown 4:15pm
VFB vs. Delone 7pm
GVB @ Gettysburg Tournament
8am
BSOC vs. Dallastown 10am
GSOC @ Dallastown 10am
HS Band Competition
Hempfield HS
1819 20 21 22 2324
Golf New Oxford at The Bridges
1:30pm
GTN @ South Western 4pm
V/JV FH @ Spring Grove
4:15pm
JVFB vs. Delone 6pm
Board Meeting 7:30pm
District Office
CTE Fundraiser Begins
BSOC vs. Central York 4pm
GSOC @ Central York 5:30pm
CC @ Bermudian Springs
4:30pm
JHFH @ South Western
4:15pm
GVB vs. Red Lion 6pm
Hanover Area Rotary College
Fair at Hanover HS 6pm
CVIS PTO Meeting in Library
6:30pm
NOE Picture Day
Golf Spring Grove at Hanover
Country Club 1:30pm
GTN vs. Spring Grove 3:30pm
7FB vs. South Western 4pm
JH CC vs. Red Lion 4:30pm
8FB vs. South Western 5:15pm
FRFB vs. South Western 7pm
GSOC vs. South Western 4pm
BSOC @ South Western 4pm
JH FH vs. Dallastown 4:15pm
CVIS Picture Day
V/JV FH vs. Central York
4:15pm
VFB @ South Western 7pm
CVIS Book Fair
2526 27 28 29 30
GTN @ Northeastern 3:30pm
BSOC vs. Gettysburg 4pm
JHFH @ Central York 4:15pm
V/JV FH vs. Littlestown
4:15pm
GVB vs. Littlestown 6pm
JV FB @ South Western 6pm
CVIS Book Fair
BSOC @ Spring Grove 4pm
GSOC vs. Spring Grove 4pm
V/JV FH @ Red Lion 4:15pm
CC @ York Catholic 4:30pm
GVB @ Central York 6pm
CVIS Book Fair
GTN vs. Dover 3:30pm
8FB @ Spring Grove 4pm
7FB @ Bermudian Springs 4pm
JHFH @ Spring Grove 4:15pm
JHCC @ Susquehannock
4:30pm
FRFB @ Spring Grove 6pm
CVIS Book Fair
MARTIN'S NEW OXFORD
HARDWARE, INC.
Paint and Hardware Specialists
21 Center Square • New Oxford, PA 17350
717-624-7211
WE SUPPORT EDUCATION FOR
THE YOUTH OF TOMORROW!
Have a great year!!!
BSOC vs. Red Lion 4pm
V/JV FH vs. Dallastown
4:15pm
GSOC @ Red Lion 5:30pm
GVB vs. South Western 6pm
CVIS Book Fair
GTN @ Carlisle 4pm
JHFH vs. Northeastern
4:15pm
VFB vs. Spring Grove 7pm
CVIS Book Fair
WhileYouCheer.com
Exceptional Photography at
Affordable Prices
WEDDINGS • SENIOR PORTRAITS
SPECIAL EVENTS • ATHLETICS
Alan Pototsky
443-562-1430 • Hanover, PA
[email protected]
JV VB @ Gettysburg
Tournament 8am
BSOC @ West York 10am
HS Band Competition
Big Spring HS
CONEWAGO
V A L L E Y
S C H O O L
DISTRICT
2016
OCtOber
SUNDAY
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
SEPTEMBER 2016
SM TWT FS
1 23
4 5 67 8 910
11 12 1314 15 1617
18 19 2021 22 2324
2526 2728 2930
FRIDAY
NOVEMBER 2016
SM TWT FS
12 3 45
6 7 8 9 10 1112
13 14 1516 17 1819
20 21 2223 24 2526
27 28 2930
SATURDAY
1
BSOC vs. Northern 10am
Gray Wolf
Plantation
350 Forest Drive
New Oxford, PA 17350
717-624-7204
Fax: 717-624-7947
E-mail: [email protected]
www.graywolfplantation.com
Timothy D. Beard III
President & CEO
Pumpkins, Gourds
& Heirloom Apples
Creative
Online
Printing
Mailing
Signage
Promotional Items
and MORE!
800.864.2040
CaskeyGroup.com
23 4 5 6 78
GTN vs. Bermudian Springs
4pm
V/JV FH vs. Spring Grove
4:15pm
JV FB vs. Spring Grove 6pm
NOE PTO Meeting 6pm,
Door Decorating Mtg. 6:30pm
Board Study 7pm District Office
CVIS Wolfgang Fundraiser Ends
CVIS Book Fair
HS/MS Fall Spirit Week
BSOC vs. Northeastern 4pm
JHFH @ Red Lion 4:15pm
CC @ Eastern York 4:30pm
GSOC @ Northeastern 6pm
GVB @ Dover 6pm
CVIS Book Fair
HS/MS Fall Spirit Week
FRFB @ Central York 4pm
JHCC @ Central York 4:30pm
ASVAB test at NOHS
HS/MS Fall Spirit Week
7FB @ Central York 4pm
GSOC vs. Dallastown 4pm
BSOC @ Dallastown 4pm
8FB @ Central York 5:30pm
GVB vs. Spring Grove 6pm
CTE PTO Meeting 6:30pm
HS/MS Fall Spirit Week
HS Fall Pep Assembly 1:15pm
MS Fall Pep Assembly 1:45pm
BSOC @ Delone 4pm
GSOC vs. Delone 4pm
V/JV FH @ Central York 4:15pm
V FB vs. Central York 7pm
Homecoming
HS/MS Fall Spirit Week
CTE PTO Skating Party
4:30-6:30pm
Homecoming Dance 7-10pm
9 101112131415
7 locations in
Hanover
Gettysburg
New Oxford
Littlestown
LITTLE LIFE
ENRICHMENT
CENTER
Teacher In-Service –
No School for Students
JHFH vs. South Western
4:15pm
GVB @ Hanover 6pm
JVFB vs. Central York 6pm
Band Boosters Meeting 7pm
HS Band Room
Board Meeting 7:30pm
District Office
V/JV FH @ Susquehannock
4:15pm
CC @ Spring Grove 4:30pm
BSOC @ Central York 5:30pm
GSOC vs. Central York 5:30pm
GVB @ Dallastown 6pm
7FB vs. Red Lion 4pm
JHFH @ Dallastown 4:15pm
JHCC vs. South Western
4:30pm
8FB vs. Red Lion 5:15pm
FRFB vs. Red Lion 7pm
NOMS Fall Book Fair
Library Classroom
V/JV FH vs. West York 4:15pm
JHFH @ Bermudian Springs
4:15pm
BSOC vs. South Western
5:30pm
GSOC @ South Western 5:30pm
GVB @ Red Lion 6pm
NOMS Fall Book Fair
Library Classroom
JHFH vs. Central York 4:15pm
VFB @ Red Lion 7pm
MS Fall Fun Night 7-9pm
CTE Fundraiser Ends
NOMS Fall Book Fair
Library Classroom
JHCC @ Susquehannock 9am
JVFB @ Red Lion 10am
HS Band Competition
Greencastle-Antrim HS
1617 18 19 20 2122
NOMS Fall Book Fair
Library Classroom
• Childcare
• Preschool
• FREE PreK Counts
• Before & After School
A Quality Keystone Star
and PreK Counts Site
JHFH @ Littlestown 4:15pm
CC Championships 4:30pm
CVIS PTO Meeting in Library
6:30pm
NOMS Fall Book Fair
Library Classroom
PSAT Tests for 10th & 11th
graders
7FB @ Dallastown 4pm
8FB @ Dallastown 5pm
FRFB @ Dallastown 6:45pm
NOMS Fall Book Fair
Library Classroom
GVB vs. Central York 6pm
NOMS PTO Meeting 6pm
MS Library
NOE Race for Education
NOMS Fall Book Fair
Library Classroom
MS Picture Re-takes 1-2pm
MS Commons
VFB vs. Dallastown 7pm
Band Night
NOE Race for Education Rain
Date
CTE Picture Day
NO Harvest Festival Parade
3pm
HS Band Competition
Eastern York HS
Call: 624-1296
2324 25 26 27 2829
HS Parent/Teacher
Conferences: 2:30-6:25pm
JV FB vs. Dallastown 6pm
3031
JVFB @ William Penn 5pm
1st Marking Period Ends (9-12)
NOE Parent Visitation
(1st and 3rd)
7FB vs. William Penn 4pm
8FB vs. William Penn 5:15pm
FRFB vs. William Penn 7pm
NOE Parent Visitation
(K and 2nd)
NOE Picture Retake Day
VFB @ William Penn 7pm
PMEA District 7 Chorus
Auditions - Central York HS
HS Band Competition Manheim Central HS
CONEWAGO
V A L L E Y
S C H O O L
DISTRICT
2016
NOVember
SUNDAY
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
OCTOBER 2016
SM TWT FS
1
2 3 45 6 78
9 10 1112 13 1415
16 17 1819 20 2122
23 24 2526 27 2829
3031
FRIDAY
DECEMBER 2016
SM TWT FS
1 23
4 5 67 8 910
11 12 1314 15 1617
18 19 2021 22 2324
25 26 2728 29 3031
SATURDAY
12345
8FB @ Northeastern 4pm
FRFB @ Northeastern
5:30pm
CVIS Picture Retake Day
LITTLE LIFE
ENRICHMENT
CENTER
• Childcare
• Preschool
• FREE PreK Counts
• Before & After School
A Quality Keystone Star
and PreK Counts Site
Call: 624-1296
CTE PTO Meeting 6:30pm
VFB vs. Northeastern 7pm
Senior Night
SAT’s @ NOHS
NOHS Colonial Classic Band
Competition 4pm
6 7 8 9 101112
Scheduled 2 Hour Delay
JV FB vs. Northeastern 6pm
Board Study 7pm District
Office
FAFSA Form Completion Night
6pm District Auditorium
NOE PTO Meeting 6pm,
Door Decorating Mtg 6:30pm
CVIS Skating Party 6-8 pm @
Magic Elm
CVIS Wolfgang Fundraiser
Pick-up 4-6pm in Cafeteria
NOE Third Grade Career Day
CTE Career Day
NOMS Musical 7pm
Auditorium
NOE Career Dress Up Day
CTE Career Dress Up Day
CVIS Mini-Thon 5K 8am
NOMS Musical 7pm
Auditorium
HS Cavalcade of Bands
Championship Competition
County Chorus Festival
1314 15 16 17
1819
at NO 7-9pm
HS Cavalcade of Bands
Championship Competition
Board Meeting 7:30pm
District Office
Band Boosters Meeting 7pm
HS Band Room
NOE Operation Turkey
1st Trimester Ends (K-8)
CVIS PTO Meeting in Library
6:30 pm
NOE Operation Turkey
NOE Operation Turkey
NOE Operation Turkey
NOE/CTE Parent /Teacher
Conferences 3:30-7pm
CVIS Parent/Teacher
Conferences 3:30-7pm
NOMS Parent/Teacher
Conferences - 3-6:30pm
NOE Skating Party 6-8pm
Magic Elm
NOMS PTO Meeting 6pm
MS Library
CTE Fundraiser Pickup
3:30-7pm
County Chorus Festival at NO
7:30am-4pm
NOE Operation Turkey
Dollars for Scholars Dinner
Khaki’s at the Club 6:30pm
County Chorus Festival at NO
7:30am-4pm
County Chorus Concert
2:30pm
2021 22 23 24 2526
Early College Awareness
Presentation 6pm District
Auditorium
NOMS Ox STRONG Behavior
Bash 1-2:30pm
CVIS Parent/Teacher
Conferences 3:30-7pm
NOMS Parent/Teacher
Conference 3-6:30pm
NOE/CTE Parent /Teacher
Conferences 3:30-7pm
Teacher In-Service – Parent
Conferences
No School for Students
CVIS Parent/Teacher
Conferences Noon-8pm
NOMS Parent/Teacher
Conferences Noon-8pm
NOE/CTE Parent /Teacher
Conferences Noon-8pm
Teacher In-Service
No School for Students
Thanksgiving Break –
No School for Students
Schools and Offices Closed
Thanksgiving Break –
No School for Students
Schools and Offices Closed
BBKB vs. Bermudian Springs
10am
2728 29 30
Thanksgiving Break –
No School for Students
GBKB vs. Carlisle/Hershey
6pm
WhileYouCheer.com
Exceptional Photography at
Affordable Prices
WEDDINGS • SENIOR PORTRAITS
SPECIAL EVENTS • ATHLETICS
Alan Pototsky
443-562-1430 • Hanover, PA
[email protected]
ROSIE'S
RESTAURANT
New Oxford Shopping Center
Mon. - Sat. 5 am - 8 pm
Sun. 6 am - 2 pm
717-624-9505
Owned By Pat & Sue Senft
CONEWAGO
V A L L E Y
S C H O O L
DISTRICT
2016
DECember
SUNDAY
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
NOVEMBER 2016
SM TWT FS
12 3 45
6 7 8 9 10 1112
13 14 1516 17 1819
20 21 2223 24 2526
27 28 2930
FRIDAY
JANUARY 2017
SM TWT FS
1 2 34 5 67
8 9 1011 12 1314
15 16 1718 19 2021
22 23 2425 26 2728
2930 31
SATURDAY
123
CTE PTO Meeting 6:30pm
LITTLE LIFE
ENRICHMENT
CENTER
• Childcare
• Preschool
• FREE PreK Counts
• Before & After School
A Quality Keystone Star
and PreK Counts Site
Call: 624-1296
NOMS Yearbook/Candid
Picture Day
NOE Door Decorating
PMEA District 7 Band/
Orchestra Auditions
Dallastown
NOE Door Decorating
CTE Door Decorating
9am-Noon
CTE Holiday Shop 9am-Noon
45 6 7 8 910
Board Meeting Reorganization 7:30pm
District Office
NOE PTO Meeting 6:30pm
NOE Santa Shop
Immaculate Conception School
Christmas Concert 7pm
District Auditorium
NOE Santa Shop
NOE Santa Shop
CTE Picture Retakes
NOE Santa Shop
BBKB @ Gettysburg Tip-off
Tournament
NOE Santa Shop
JHWR 7, 8, 9th Buckskin
Breakouts Tournament 8am
JHWR @ Dallastown 10am
JVBBKB @ Gettysburg 4:30pm
BBKB @ Gettysburg Tip-off
Tournament
1112 13 14 15 1617
JHBBKB vs. Red Lion 4pm
JHGBKB @ Red Lion 4pm
Band Boosters Meeting
7pm HS Band Room
MS Winter Spirit Week
GBKB @ William Penn 6pm
BBKB vs. William Penn 6pm
CVIS Christmas Concert
7:00pm District Auditorium
MS Winter Spirit Week
BBKB vs. Dover 6pm
GBKB @ Dover 6pm
Snow Date for CVIS Christmas
Concert 7pm District
Auditorium
MS Winter Spirit Week
JHGBKB vs. William Penn 4pm
JHBBKB @ William Penn
4:30pm
SW @ Dover 4:30pm
JHWR @ Dallastown 5pm
VWR @ Dallastown 7pm
MS Winter Spirit Week
NOHS: Pep Assembly 1:15pm
GBKB vs. South Western 6pm
BBKB @ South Western 6pm
MS Winter Spirit Week
1819 20 21 22 2324
NOHS Christmas Concert
2pm District Auditorium
JHBBKB vs. South Western
4pm
JHGBKB @ South Western
4pm
Snow Date for NOHS
Christmas Concert 7pm
District Auditorium
BBKB vs. Spring Grove 6pm
GBKB @ Spring Grove 6pm
NOMS Christmas Concert
7pm District Auditorium
CVIS PTO Meeting in Library
6:30pm
JHBBKB @ Bermudian
Springs 4pm
JHGBKB vs. Bermudian
Springs 4pm
Snow Date for NOMS
Christmas Concert 7pm District Auditorium
MS Holiday Concert Assembly
7:40am Auditorium
MS Winter Pep Assembly
1:45pm
JHGBKB vs. Northeastern 4pm
JHBBKB @ Northeastern 4pm
JHWR vs. South Western 5pm
VWR vs. South Western 7pm
SW @ West York 6pm
Winter Break – No School for
Students
Schools and Offices Closed
Weather/Emergency
Make-Up Day
GBKB vs. Dallastown 6pm
BBKB @ Dallastown 6pm
2526 27 28 29 3031
Winter Break – No School for
Students
Schools and Offices Closed
Winter Break – No School for
Students
GBKB Holiday Tournament at
New Oxford
Winter Break – No School for
Students
GBKB Holiday Tournament at
New Oxford
Since 1947
Furniture & Sleep Shop
Winter Break – No School for
Students
Winter Break – No School for
Students
Pizza Garden
Italian Family Restaurant
Fresh Pizza Dough • Fresh Baked Bread
105 Lincoln Way East, New Oxford
5 Lincolnway West • New Oxford, PA 17350
Phone 624-7500
Eat In • Take Out, Use Pickup Window
Open Everyday but Monday @11 AM
www.sleighters.com
Phone: 624-8076
CONEWAGO
V A L L E Y
S C H O O L
DISTRICT
2017
january
SUNDAY
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
DECEMBER 2016
SM TWT FS
1 23
4 5 67 8 910
11 12 1314 15 1617
18 19 2021 22 2324
25 26 2728 29 3031
FRIDAY
FEBRUARY 2017
SM TWT FS
1 2 34
56 78 910
11
12 13 1415 16 1718
19 20 2122 23 2425
2627 28
SATURDAY
12 3 4 5 67
Winter Break – No School for
Students
Schools and Offices Closed
Weather/Emergency
Make-Up Day
JHGBKB @ Central York 4pm
JHBBKB vs. Central York 4pm
SW @ South Western 6pm
BBKB @ Central York 6pm
GBKB vs. Central York 6pm
BBKB vs. Red Lion 6pm
GBKB @ Red Lion 6pm
8 9 1011121314
JHGBKB vs. Dallastown 4pm
JHBBKB @ Dallastown 4pm
GBKB @ West York 6pm
NOE PTO Meeting 6:30pm
Band Boosters Meeting 7pm
HS Band Room
Keystone Exams @ NOHS
JHWR @ Red Lion 5:30pm
VWR @ Red Lion 7pm
HS Piano Recital 7pm
Keystone Exams @ NOHS
BBKB vs. Northeastern 6pm
Winterfest @ NOHS
Class of 2021 Scheduling
Presentation
JHGBKB vs. Susquehannock
4pm
JHBBKB @ Susquehannock
4pm
SW @ Red Lion 4:30pm
CTE Skating Party 6-8pm
JHWR @ Central York 6pm
VWR @ Central York 7:30pm
Keystone Exams @ NOHS
NOE Wolfgang Fundraiser
Starts
2nd Marking Period Ends (9-12)
BBKB @ William Penn 6pm
GBKB vs. William Penn 6pm
Keystone Exams at NOHS
PMEA District 7 Choral Festival
(Location TBD)
JH/VWR @ Gettysburg 9am
Gettysburg Wrestling Duals
BBKB vs. Delone JV- 3pm
GBKB vs. Delone JV- 4:30pm
BBKB vs. Delone V- 6pm
GBKB vs. Delone V- 7:30pm
PMEA District 7 Choral Festival
(Location TBD)
LITTLE LIFE
ENRICHMENT
CENTER
• Childcare
• Preschool
• FREE PreK Counts
• Before & After School
A Quality Keystone Star
and PreK Counts Site
15
16
17
Teacher In-Service – No School Scheduled 2 Hour Delay
for Students
JHWR vs. Northeastern 5pm
VWR vs. Northeastern 7pm
CVIS PTO Meeting in Library
6:30pm
Call: 624-1296
18
19
20
21
BBKB vs. South Western 6pm
GBKB @ South Western 6pm
JHGKB vs. Dover 4pm
JHBBKB @ Dover 4pm
SW @ Central York 4:30pm
JHWR @ Spring Grove 5pm
NOMS PTO Meeting 6pm
MS Library
VWR @ Spring Grove 7pm
NOE Skating Party 6-8pm
Magic Elm
CTE Book Buddy Night
6:30-7:30pm
GBKB vs. Spring Grove 6pm
BBKB @ Spring Grove 6pm
MS Winter Semi-Formal
7-9pm
MPC vs. YAIAA BBKB
Showcase 11:30am
2223 24 25 26 2728
JHBBKB @ West York 4pm
JHGBKB vs. West York 4pm
BBKB vs. Dallastown 6pm
GBKB @ Dallastown 6pm
CVIS Skating Party 6-8pm
Magic Elm
SW @ Spring Grove 4:30pm
GBKB @ Central York 6pm
BBKB vs. Central York 6pm
PMEA District 7 Orchestra
Festival (Location TBD)
2930 31
JHBBKB vs. Spring Grove 4pm
JHGBKB @ Spring Grove 4pm
GBKB vs. Red Lion 6pm
BBKB @ Red Lion 6pm
WhileYouCheer.com
Exceptional Photography at
Affordable Prices
WEDDINGS • SENIOR PORTRAITS
SPECIAL EVENTS • ATHLETICS
Alan Pototsky
443-562-1430 • Hanover, PA
[email protected]
SAT’s @ NOHS
PMEA District 7 Orchestra
Festival (Location TBD)
CONEWAGO
V A L L E Y
S C H O O L
DISTRICT
2017
february
SUNDAY
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
january 2017
SM TWT FS
1 2 34 5 67
8 9 1011 12 1314
15 16 1718 19 2021
22 23 2425 26 2728
2930 31
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
march 2017
SM TWT FS
1 2 34
56 78 910
11
12 13 1415 16 1718
19 20 2122 23 2425
2627 2829 3031
SATURDAY
1234
JHGBKB vs. York Catholic
4pm
JHBBKB @ York Catholic 4pm
SW @ Dallastown 4:30pm
CTE PTO Meeting 6:30pm
BBKB @ Northeastern 6pm
7 locations in
Hanover
Gettysburg
New Oxford
Littlestown
LITTLE LIFE
ENRICHMENT
CENTER
• Childcare
• Preschool
• FREE PreK Counts
• Before & After School
A Quality Keystone Star
and PreK Counts Site
Call: 624-1296
5 6 7 8 9 1011
NOE PTO Meeting 6:30pm
Junior Parent Information Night NOMS PTO Meeting 6pm
6 pm District Auditorium
MS Library
NOE Wolfgang Fundraiser
NOE / CTE Parent Conferences
Sale Ends
NOE / CTE Parent Conferences
PMEA District 7 Band Festival
(Location TBD)
CVIS 6th Grade Fun Night
6-7:30pm
PMEA District 7 Band Festival
(Location TBD)
Go Colonials!
1213 14 15 16 1718
Band Boosters Meeting 7pm
HS Band Room
Winter Band Festival 7:30pm
District Auditorium
NOMS Book Fair
NOMS Book Fair
Teacher In-Service –
No School for Students
1920 21 22 23 2425
Presidents’ Day Holiday –
No School for Students –
Schools and Offices Closed
Weather/Emergency Make Up
Day
CVIS PTO Meeting in Library
6:30pm
NOMS Book Fair
NOMS Book Fair
NOMS Book Fair
Dollars for Scholars Bingo –
New Oxford Fire Hall
Doors open at 5:30pm,
Bingo at 7pm
CVIS Snow Date for 6th Grade
Fun Night 6-7:30pm
2627 28
2nd Trimester Ends (K-8)
Since 1947
Furniture & Sleep Shop
5 Lincolnway West • New Oxford, PA 17350
Phone 624-7500
www.sleighters.com
CONEWAGO
V A L L E Y
S C H O O L
DISTRICT
2017
march
SUNDAY
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
FEBRUARY 2017
SM TWT FS
1 2 34
56 78 910
11
12 13 1415 16 1718
19 20 2122 23 2425
2627 28
FRIDAY
APRIL 2017
SM TWT FS
1
2 3 45 6 78
9 10 1112 13 1415
16 17 1819 20 2122
23 24 2526 27 2829
30
SATURDAY
1234
CVIS Book Fair
CTE PTO Meeting 6:30pm
CVIS Book Fair
7 locations in
Hanover
Gettysburg
New Oxford
Littlestown
LITTLE LIFE
ENRICHMENT
CENTER
• Childcare
• Preschool
• FREE PreK Counts
• Before & After School
A Quality Keystone Star
and PreK Counts Site
Call: 624-1296
5 6 7 8 9 1011
NOE PTO Meeting 6:30pm
CVIS Book Fair
CVIS Book Fair
CVIS Book Fair
NOE Mobile Dentist
NOHS Musical 7:30pm
CVIS Book Fair
NOE Mobile Dentist
NOMS Ox STRONG Behavior
Bash 1-2:30pm
NOHS Musical 7:30pm
CVIS Book Fair
NOE Mobile Dentist
NOHS Musical 7:30pm
1213 14 15 16 1718
CVIS Book Fair
Band Boosters Meeting 7pm
HS Band Room
NOHS: Junior Achievement
Program
NOMS PTO Meeting 6pm
MS Library
NOE Skating Party 6-8pm
Magic Elm
BTN vs. Carlisle 4pm
Mini-Thon 11am-4pm
1920 21 22 23 2425
HS Parent/Teacher
Conferences: 2:30-6:25pm
BTN vs. South Western
3:30pm
3rd Marking Period Ends (9-12)
CVIS PTO Meeting in Library
6:30pm
BTN @ Central York 4pm
JVSB vs. Gettysburg 4:15pm
JVBSB vs. Gettysburg 4:15pm
VSB @ Gettysburg 4:15pm
VBSB @ Gettysburg 4:15pm
BLAX @ Eastern York 5:30pm
GLAX vs. Eastern York 5:30pm
2627 28 29 30 31
JHGVB vs. Dallastown 4pm
BTN @ Spring Grove 4pm
Scheduled 2 hour Delay
VT/F vs. Central York 3:45pm
NOE Wolfgang Fundraiser
pick-up 3-6pm
JHBSOC @ Gettysburg 4pm
GLAX vs. York Suburban 5:30pm
BLAX @ York Suburban 5:30pm
BVB vs. Dallastown 6pm
JHGVB vs. Northeastern 4pm
JVSB vs. Susquehannock
4:15pm
JVBSB vs. York Suburban
4:15pm
VBSB @ York Suburban 4:15pm
VSB @ Susquehannock 4:15pm
JH T/F @ West York 3:45pm
JHBSOC @ Bermudian Springs
4pm
JHGSOC @ Dallastown 4pm
GLAX @ Dover 4:15pm
BLAX vs. Dover 5:30pm
Adams County Musical
Showcase 7pm
WhileYouCheer.com
Exceptional Photography at
Affordable Prices
WEDDINGS • SENIOR PORTRAITS
SPECIAL EVENTS • ATHLETICS
717-646-9618 1-866-266-3359
358 Main St. Rear ~ McSherrystown, PA
www.OnAngelsWings.com
Alan Pototsky
443-562-1430 • Hanover, PA
[email protected]
CONEWAGO
V A L L E Y
S C H O O L
DISTRICT
2017
april
SUNDAY
Go Colonials!
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
MARCH 2017
SM TWT FS
1 2 34
56 78 910
11
12 13 1415 16 1718
19 20 2122 23 2425
2627 2829 3031
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
MAY 2017
SM TWT FS
1 23 4 56
7 8 9 10 11 1213
14 15 1617 18 1920
21 22 2324 25 2627
28 29 3031
SATURDAY
1
NOHS - Pep Rally 1:15pm
23 4 5 6 78
CVIS 4th Grade Fun Night
JHGVB @ Eastern York 4pm
JHGSOC @ Central York 4pm
BTN @ Dover 4pm
JVSB @ South Western 4:15pm
VSB vs. South Western 4:15pm
JVBSB @ South Western
4:15pm
VBSB vs. South Western
4:15pm
PSSA ELA Testing Window
Grades 3-8
NOE PTO Meeting 6:30pm
V T/F vs. Red Lion 3:45pm
JHBSOC vs. Biglerville 4pm
BLAX @ Red Lion 4:15pm
GLAX vs. Red Lion 5:30pm
BVB vs. West York 6pm
PSSA ELA Testing Window
Grades 3-8
BTN vs. Northeastern 3:30pm
JHGVB vs. York Catholic 4pm
JVSB @ Central York 4:15pm
JVBSB @ Central York 4:15pm
VSB vs. Central York 4:15pm
VBSB vs. Central York 4:15pm
PSSA ELA Testing Window
Grades 3-8
JHBSOC vs. Hanover 4pm
GLAX @ York Catholic 4:15pm
BLAX vs. York Catholic 5:30pm
BVB @ Central York 6pm
PSSA ELA Testing Window
Grades 3-8
CTE PTO Meeting 6:30pm
6-7:30pm
CTE PTO Skating Party
JHGSOC vs. Bermudian Springs 6:30-8:30pm
4pm
JVSB vs. Bermudian Springs
4:15pm
JVBSB vs. Bermudian Springs
4:15pm
VSB @ Bermudian Springs
4:15pm
VBSB @ Bermudian Springs
4:15pm
PSSA ELA Testing Window
Grades 3-8
LITTLE LIFE
ENRICHMENT
CENTER
9 101112131415
BTN @ Dallastown 3:30pm
Keystone Cup
JHGVB @ Dover 4pm
JVSB vs. Spring Grove 4:15pm
JVBSB vs. Spring Grove 4:15pm
VSB @ Spring Grove 4:15pm
VBSB @ Spring Grove 4:15pm
BLAX vs. Dallastown 5:30pm
GLAX @ Dallastown 5:30pm
• Childcare
• Preschool
• FREE PreK Counts
• Before & After School
A Quality Keystone Star
and PreK Counts Site
V T/F vs. Spring Grove 3:45pm
JHBSOC @ Fairfield 4pm
JHGSOC @ Biglerville 4pm
BVB @ Susquehannock 6pm
CVIS Skating Party 6-8pm
Magic Elm
BTN vs. Gettysburg 3:30pm
JHGVB @ Fairfield 4pm
JVSB vs. Dallastown 4:15pm
JVBSB vs. Dallastown 4:15pm
VSB @ Dallastown 4:15pm
VBSB @ Dallastown 4:15pm
BLAX @ Susquehannock
4:30pm
GLAX vs. Susquehannock
5:30pm
Spring Break – No School for
Students
Weather/Emergency
Make-Up Day
JHGSOC @ Gettysburg 4pm
JHBSOC vs. Gettysburg 4pm
JVSB vs. Littlestown 4:15pm
VSB @ Littlestown 4:15pm
Spring Break – No School for
Students
Schools and Offices Closed
BTN @ Wyomissing 11am
Call: 624-1296
1617 18 19 20 2122
Spring Break – No School for
Students
Weather/Emergency
Make-Up Day
Practical Financial Aid
Presentation 6pm District
Auditorium
JHBSOC vs. Bermudian Springs
4pm
VBSB vs. Littlestown 4:15pm
JVBSB @ Littlestown 4:15pm
GLAX @ Kennard-Dale 4:15pm
BLAX vs. Kennard-Dale 5:30pm
BVB vs. Dover 6pm
CVIS PTO Meeting in Library
6:30pm
MS Spring Spirit Week
BTN vs. Red Lion 4pm
JHGSOC vs. Gettysburg 4pm
JVSB vs. Red Lion 4:15pm
JVBSB vs. Red Lion 4:15pm
VSB @ Red Lion 4:15pm
VBSB @ Red Lion 4:15pm
MS Spring Spirit Week
CTE Kindergarten Screenings
JH T/F vs. Red Lion 3:45pm
JHBSOC @ Biglerville 4pm
BLAX @ West York 4:15pm
GLAX vs. West York 5:30pm
BVB @ Northeastern 6pm
NOMS PTO Meeting 6pm
MS Library
MS Spring Spirit Week
NOE Kindergarten Screenings
MS Spring Pep Assembly
1:45pm
BTN vs. Bermudian Springs
3:30pm
JVSB @ Dover 4:15pm
JVBSB @ Dover 4:15pm
VSB vs. Dover 4:15pm
VBSB vs. Dover 4:15pm
MS Spring Spirit Week
2324 25 26 27 2829
30
HS Music Dept. Trip
JHGVB @ Bermudian Springs
4pm
JVSB vs. West York 4:15pm
JVBSB vs. West York 4:15pm
VSB @ West York 4:15pm
VBSB @ West York 4:15pm
HS Orchestra and Choirs
Spring Concert 7:30pm
District Auditorium
PSSA MATH Testing Window
Grades 3-8
V T/F @ Dallastown 3:45pm
JHBSOC @ Hanover 4pm
GLAX @ South Western 4:15pm
BLAX vs. South Western
5:30pm
BVB vs. Spring Grove 6pm
PSSA MATH Testing Window
Grades 3-8
JHGVB vs. Littlestown 4pm
VSB vs. Northeastern 4:15pm
VBSB vs. Northeastern 4:15pm
JVSB @ Northeastern 4:15pm
JVBSB @ Northeastern
4:15pm
PSSA MATH Testing Window
Grades 3-8
HS Music Dept. Trip
WhileYouCheer.com
Exceptional Photography at
Affordable Prices
WEDDINGS • SENIOR PORTRAITS
SPECIAL EVENTS • ATHLETICS
Alan Pototsky
443-562-1430 • Hanover, PA
[email protected]
JH T/F vs. Dallastown 3:45pm
JHGSOC @ Northeastern 4pm
JHBSOC vs. Fairfield 4pm
BLAX vs. Delone 7:30pm
BVB @ Red Lion 6pm
PSSA MATH Testing Window
Grades 3-8
HS Music Dept. Trip
VSB @ South Western 4:15pm
JVSB vs. South Western
4:15pm
VBSB @ South Western
4:15pm
JVBSB vs. South Western
4:15pm
PSSA MATH Testing Window
Grades 3-8
HS Music Dept. Trip
HS Music Dept. Trip
CONEWAGO
V A L L E Y
S C H O O L
DISTRICT
2017
may
SUNDAY
LITTLE LIFE
ENRICHMENT
CENTER
APRIL 2017
SM TWT FS
1
2 3 45 6 78
9 10 1112 13 1415
16 17 1819 20 2122
23 24 2526 27 2829
30
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
JHBSOC vs. Gettysburg 4pm
JHGVB @ Hanover 4pm
VSB @ Central York 4:15pm
JVSB vs. Central York 4:15pm
VBSB @ Central York 4:15pm
JVBSB vs. Central York
4:15pm
PSSA SCIENCE Testing
Window Grades 4 & 8
HS Music Dept. Trip
NOE PTO Meeting 6:30pm
BLAX @ Central York 5:30pm
GLAX vs. Central York 5:30pm
BVB vs. Kennard-Dale 6pm
PSSA SCIENCE Testing Window
Grades 4 & 8
JVSB @ Spring Grove 4:15pm
JVBSB @ Spring Grove 4:15pm
VSB vs. Spring Grove 4:15pm
VBSB vs. Spring Grove 4:15pm
PSSA SCIENCE Testing Window
Grades 4 & 8
JH T/F vs. Central York 3:45pm
JHGSOC vs. Gettysburg 4pm
VSB vs. Littlestown 4:15pm
JVSB @ Littlestown 4:15pm
BLAX vs. Spring Grove 5:30pm
GLAX @ Spring Grove 5:30pm
BVB @ York Suburban 6pm
CTE PTO Meeting 6:30pm
PSSA SCIENCE Testing Window
Grades 4 & 8
JHGVB vs. Bermudian Springs
4pm
VSB vs. Dallastown 4:15pm
VBSB vs. Dallastown 4:15pm
JVSB @ Dallastown 4:15pm
JVBSB @ Dallastown 4:15pm
MS Spring Fun Night 6-8pm
CTE Family Fun Night
6:30-8:30pm
PSSA SCIENCE Testing Window
Grades 4 & 8
JUNE 2017
SM TWT FS
1 23
4 5 67 8 910
11 12 1314 15 1617
18 19 2021 22 2324
2526 2728 2930
SATURDAY
123456
• Childcare
• Preschool
• FREE PreK Counts
• Before & After School
A Quality Keystone Star
and PreK Counts Site
Call: 624-1296
7 8 9 10111213
HS Band Spring Concert 2pm
District Auditorium
Best & Brightest 7pm
District Auditorium
7 locations in
Hanover
Gettysburg
New Oxford
Littlestown
JHGVB vs. South Western 4pm
VSB vs. Red Lion 4:15pm
VBSB vs. Red Lion 4:15pm
JVSB @ Red Lion 4:15pm
JVBSB @ Red Lion 4:15pm
Band Boosters Meeting 7pm
HS Band Room
PSSA Make-ups Grades 3-8
JVSB vs. Waynesboro 4:15pm
VSB @ Waynesboro 4:15pm
JVBSB vs. Waynesboro 4:15pm
VBSB @ Waynesboro 4:15pm
BVB @ Eastern York 6pm
PSSA Make-ups Grades 3-8
CVIS 4th Gr. Chorus & Gray
Band Concert 7pm District
Auditorium
JH T/F vs. Spring Grove 3:45pm
JHGVB @ Red Lion 4pm
HS Piano Recital 7pm
District Auditorium
CVIS 6th Grade Camp CARES
PSSA Make-ups Grades 3-8
PSSA Make-ups Grades 3-8
CVIS 6th Grade Camp CARES
CTE Book Fair
CTE Art Show
YAIAA T/F Championships @
Dallastown 3:45pm
PSSA Make-ups Grades 3-8
CVIS 6th Grade Camp CARES
CTE 3rd Grade Party
1415 16 17 18 1920
Keystone Exams @ NOHS
NOHS Academic Awards
Program 6pm
Keystone Exams @ NOHS
Keystone Exams @ NOMS
7:30-10:30am
CVIS Talent Show Try-outs
Keystone Exams @ NOHS
Keystone Exams @ NOMS
7:30-10:30am
MS Spring Concert 7:30 pm
District Auditorium
Keystone Exams @ NOHS
CVIS 5th & 6th Grade Chorus &
Maroon Band Concert 7pm
District Auditorium
NOMS PTO Meeting 6pm
MS Library
HS Prom
HS May Day
CTE Fun Day
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CVIS Talent Show
NOE Theme Week
8th Grade Awards Assembly
7:40am Auditorium
Tentative Last Student Day
3rd Trimester Ends (K-8)
4th Marking Period Ends (9-12)
Act 80 Day
Secondary Dismissal 12:30pm
Elementary and Intermediate
Dismissal 1:30pm
Graduation 7pm
2829 30 31
Memorial Day – Schools and
Offices Closed
Teacher In-Service
WhileYouCheer.com
Exceptional Photography at
Affordable Prices
WEDDINGS • SENIOR PORTRAITS
SPECIAL EVENTS • ATHLETICS
Alan Pototsky
443-562-1430 • Hanover, PA
[email protected]
www.hanoverconcrete.com
JUNE
2017
SUNDAY
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
SATURDAY
123
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MAY 2017
SM TWT FS
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7 8 9 10 11 1213
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21 22 2324 25 2627
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NOE PTO Meeting 6:30pm
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SUNDAY
2017
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
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TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
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ATTENDANCE PROCEDURES
The Board of School Directors requires that
school-aged pupils enrolled in the schools
of the District attend school regularly in
accordance with the laws of the State. The
educational program offered by this District
is predicated upon the presence of the
pupil and requires continuity of instruction
and classroom participation.
The regular contact of pupils with one
another in the classroom and participation
in a well-planned instructional activity
under the tutelage of a competent teacher
are vital to this purpose.
Attendance shall be required of all students
of compulsory school age enrolled in the
schools except that a principal or teacher
may excuse a student for temporary
absences when satisfactory evidence of
such mental, physical, or other urgent
conditions which may reasonably cause
the student's absence.
EXCUSES FOR ABSENCE: Any pupil who
is absent for any cause, upon returning to
school shall bring a written explanation
from his/her parent or guardian giving the
reason for such absence. The fact that a
parent or guardian has sent a written
explanation of absence does not
necessarily mean that the absence shall be
considered lawful. Continued, repeated, or
questionable absence may justify the
administration requesting an investigation.
In cases of pupils whose absences are so
frequent as to require investigation, the
parent or guardian may be required to
submit proof of illness as indicated by the
family doctor.
Excuses shall be coded as excused,
unexcused, and unlawful. Absences
resulting from illness, death in the
immediate family, major religious holidays
(as listed by the Pennsylvania Department
of Education), serious emergencies at
home, or absence when previous
permission is granted may be excused.
Unexcused absence shall be considered an
unlawful absence for all pupils under the
age of seventeen (17). When a pupil is
charged with three days of unlawful
absence, the parents may be liable to legal
CONEWAGO VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT 16-17 CALENDAR
action under the laws of the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
No pupil can expect to progress normally in
school when he/she is absent or tardy a
great number of times. It is the parents'
responsibility to see that their children
attend school regularly.
HIGH SCHOOL LIBRARY
SCHEDULE
BUS PASS PROCEDURE
The Conewago Valley School District is
using the Skylert parent notification
system. The system is a computer based
program that is able to deliver an
automated message or email to every
family and staff person in the District within
a matter of minutes.
The primary use of the system is to make
announcements regarding:
• weather delays, closings, and early
dismissals
• a child’s absence
• any emergency situations that may
occur at one of our schools and/or
• important events scheduled for our
schools
• important information relative to our
schools
The system is only as good as the
information in our student information
system. It is very important that you
update your child’s contact information
with current phone numbers and email
address. This can be easily accomplished
via Skyward Family Access or by
contacting the school office when a change
occurs.
The system is programmed to call up to
three numbers. That means if you have
three numbers on file, you will receive three
calls, one on each phone. However, if you
do not want to have more than one number
listed, or if you do not wish to be included
in the system at all, please contact your
child’s school office. Skylert also has the
capability to send email messages with
attachments to the District’s staff and
families.
Emergency announcements will continue
to be made on local radio and TV stations
and on the District website.
If a student is going home with another
student
1. Both students must have a note signed
from their parents.
2.The bus pass will be issued from the
office.
If a student is going home to a different
location
1. The student must have a note signed
from their parent.
2. The bus pass will be issued from the
office.
Students are required to give the pass to
the bus driver when boarding the bus in the
afternoon.
No student will be allowed to board the
bus without the pass.
Our goal is to keep the students safe.
Building offices should keep the notes for
reference if needed.
BICYCLES
Students may ride bicycles to school at
their own risk. Bicycles are to be parked in
designated areas and left there during
school hours. The school assumes no
responsibility for damage or theft of
bicycles. Bicycle locks are recommended
as a precaution against theft.
CHANGES IN ATHLETIC
SCHEDULES
Athletic times and schedules may change
for various reasons. If there are any
questions please contact Mr. Brandon
Renoll in the High School office at 6242157, ext. 2016 or [email protected]
To view athletic schedules go to:
www.conewago.k12.pa.us/athletics-activities.html
Mon. - Fri. 7:00 am - 3:30 pm
Days before vacations 7:00 am - 2:30 pm
PARENT NOTIFICATION
SYSTEM
www.conewago.k12.pa.us
SCHOOL CROSSING GUARDS
Because of the importance of the safety of
children within our area, crossing guards
are provided at several places along the
route which children take to walk to and
from school. The following intersections
have been designated as locations for
crossing guards:
New Oxford Elem/Middle School/High
School/Conewago Valley Intermediate:
• Intersection of Lincoln Way East
and N. Peter St. - 7 to 9:15am and
2:30 to 4:15pm
• Intersection of Hanover St. and the
New Oxford square - 7 to 9:15am and
2:30 to 4:15pm
• Intersection of Berlin Rd. and
N. Berlin Ave. - 7 to 9:15am and
2:30 to 4:15pm
Conewago Township Elem.:
• W. Elm Ave. and N. Oxford Ave. at
the signal light - 8:30 to 9:15am and
2:55 to 3:40pm
• Linden Ave. and W. Elm Ave. 8:30 to 9:15am and 2:55 to 3:40pm
SMOKING
Students are prohibited from smoking or
possessing tobacco, in any form, including
e-cigarettes, on school property including
sidewalks and parking areas. The
possession and use of snuff and "look-alike
snuff" is also prohibited on school
property.
ADULT SMOKING POLICY
Tobacco use including e-cigarettes is
prohibited in school buildings, on school
buses, vans and other vehicles owned by,
leased by, or under the control of the
Conewago Valley School District; and on
property owned by, leased by, or under the
control of the Conewago Valley School
District. Persons violating this policy will
subject themselves to possible penalty as
prescribed by appropriate law and school
code. (Board Policy No. 711- in
compliance with the Pennsylvania Statute
35 PS, 1223.5)
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TRANSPORTATION
The Board of School Directors provides
free transportation for pupils attending the
public schools of the Conewago Valley
School District. Transportation is provided
to those who, in the judgment of the Board,
have unreasonable distances to walk to
and from school.
Each student who is transported to school
shall have a single, consistent pick-up and
a single, consistent drop-off location.
Variations from these single, consistent
pick-up and drop-off locations may be
made on a given day if the parent or legal
guardian notifies the school, preferably in
writing, on an occurrence-by-occurrence
basis. Pupils must be at the bus stop five
minutes before the scheduled pick-up time.
The responsibility of the Board of School
Directors begins when the child enters the
school bus. This responsibility ceases at
the end of the school day when the student
steps off the school bus. Parents have
legal responsibility for their children as they
travel to and from school as pedestrians or
as they travel to and from or wait at school
bus stops. Conduct of students at the bus
stop is the responsibility of parents/
guardians and is subject to school
disciplinary action.
Any questions about our transportation
system should be addressed to the
District Transportation Office at 624-2157,
ext. 1010.
VISITORS AND SECURITY
We are all interested in creating an
atmosphere where our children can feel safe.
One aspect of this feeling of security for both
children and parents is the limiting of
unhindered access to our school buildings.
After students have entered school buildings
and sessions begin, all doors will be locked.
All visitors must gain entrance through the
main doors. A visitor must press the buzzer
and state their name and purpose of their
visit. Once permitted to enter the building,
all visitors must report to the building office
immediately to secure a visitor’s badge.
Even if you are only visiting for a few minutes
to pick up a child or drop something off, you
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need to follow this procedure. A photo ID will
be required. We appreciate your cooperation
in this matter.
APPOINTMENTS
Appointments with doctors, dentists, etc.,
should be made for Saturday or sometime
other than a school day. When parents
request that these appointments not be
made during school hours, arrangements
can usually be made. The school will
excuse absence for the time needed for
the medical appointment.
CHILD ABUSE
Any employee of the Conewago Valley
School District who suspects that a child
may have been physically injured or
abused is required by law to report the
incident to the Child Line immediately
(1-800-932-0313).
DRUGS AND ALCOHOL
The educational environment is disrupted
by a student who, while in school or while
engaged in or attending a school activity,
possesses, uses, attempts to sell,
distributes, or is under the influence of
drugs and alcohol.
All students shall be encouraged, and staff
members shall report to the principal any
person suspected of soliciting, giving, or
using any narcotics, alcohol or other health
endangering compounds while on property
under school’s jurisdiction or while
attending school-related functions.
Students who, while under the school’s
jurisdiction, are found to possess or use a
controlled substance, alcoholic beverage,
or any controlled drug, shall be suspended
from school related activities for a period
conforming with current school code and
Board policy. Expulsion can be the result
of drug and/or alcohol abuse in connection
with school.
If your child or another child you know is
experiencing a problem with drugs or
alcohol abuse, please contact a school
official. A student assistance program is
available to help children deal with
chemical abuse problems.
www.conewago.k12.pa.us
Family Travel
STUDENT ASSISTANCE
Parents who plan travel which will require a
child's absence from school should make
arrangements with the building principal.
There is a definite school procedure
concerning pupil absence for family travel,
which includes the completion of a PreArranged Absence form. Arrangements
with the school should be made a minimum
of five school days before the beginning
date of the trip.
The Student Assistance Teams at the High
School, Middle School, and Intermediate
School are designed to intervene and offer
help to students who are at risk because of
drugs or alcohol abuse or mental health
concerns. The teams are made up of
teachers, counselors, the school nurse,
building administrators, and local agency
counselors. Students are referred to the
teams by teachers, family members, or in
some cases themselves. The team collects
information and makes recommendations
for the best way of dealing with the
problems. Individual counseling, groups,
peer helpers, or in-patient treatment
are some of the many possible
recommendations. If you are concerned
about a student you know, please call
624-2157 and ask for Mr. Kevin Thomas
or Dr. Lorraine Eck in the High School,
Dr. Gretchen Gates in the Middle School,
or Dr. Ken Armacost in the Intermediate
School. All referrals will be kept
strictly confidential.
SPECIAL EDUCATION
PROGRAMS
The Conewago Valley School District
provides a free and appropriate public
education to all students determined to be
exceptional and in need of "specially
designed instruction." These services may
be provided solely by the District or in
conjunction with the Lincoln Intermediate
Unit #12 or local school districts. A range
of educational placements is available to
meet the individual needs of each student
including: gifted education, learning
support, and various itinerant,
supplemental, or full-time special education
classes. Many low-incidence disability
classes are located in neighboring school
districts. For answers to specific questions
regarding these special education
programs, please contact your child's
building principal or Dr. Janet Trimmer,
Director of Special Education, at 624-2157,
ext. 1008.
Screening activities are conducted if a
student is experiencing difficulties which
may interfere with learning or for a student
who may need enrichment beyond the
regular curriculum. A building level team
reviews records and diagnostic data and, if
necessary, collects additional information
to assist in the identification of the
problem. Adaptations will be made in the
student's educational program and
monitored over a period of time. If the
student's academic or behavioral concerns
cannot be resolved through implementation
of evidence-based interventions, a referral
for a multi-disciplinary evaluation may be
made.
Withdrawal From
School
When a student is withdrawn from school
for reasons of moving or is transferring to
another school, the school should be
notified at least two (2) days prior to the
change. The student must secure a
withdrawal form from the school building
office and on the last day of attendance
have each teacher initial the form to show
that all obligations with each teacher is
cleared. All textbooks, locks, laboratory
fees, etc. must be returned or paid for.
Information as to where the student is
moving and the name of the new school
district, if possible, must be furnished.
EMERGENCY CLOSING
OF SCHOOL
Skylert the District’s automated voice
messaging system will be alerting parents
and staff concerning weather delay, early
dismissals and school cancellations. The
District website www.conewago.k12.pa.us
will have the latest updates posted on
school delays and cancellations also.
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If serious weather conditions make it too
dangerous to travel, the Conewago Valley
School District may be closed or may be
open on a delayed schedule. Notice will be
given over the following radio stations:
WHVR/ 98YCR, WGET/WGTY, WSBA/
WARM 103. WGAL-TV 8, Fox 43, and
WHTM-TV 27 will carry school delays and
cancellations. Announcements will
normally be made by 6:30 a.m. Parents
and students are requested not to call the
school concerning the closing of school.
The radio stations will make frequent
enough announcements to make telephone
calls unnecessary.
Also, it is possible that inclement weather
could develop during the school day.
Should this happen, the schools might be
dismissed early in order to get children
safely home before dangerous weather
conditions actually prevail in the area.
The purpose of these decisions would be
to provide the greatest safety for all
students. It may not be necessary to put
the plans into effect, but parents should be
aware of such possibilities. Parents who
are away from home during school hours
should make arrangements for their
children in the event school is dismissed
early so children know where to go until
parents return.
KINDERGARTEN
REGISTRATION
EXCLUSION FROM AIDS
INSTRUCTION
PRIVACY OF RECORDS
Parents who wish to have a child excluded
from those portions of instruction involving
the sexual transmission of AIDS need to
notify the principal of the building, in
writing, of this request. The request must
be made each school year such an
exclusion is requested. The principal will
contact the parents to arrange a time when
the material can be reviewed with the
parents. If, after review, parents still desire
exclusion of their child from that portion of
AIDS education, alternative education for
that period will be arranged among the
teacher, the parents, and the principal.
Children must be at least five years old by
September 1 to register for fall
kindergarten. Students registering for
first grade must be six years old by
September 1. Children currently enrolled
in a Conewago Valley School District
kindergarten class need not register for
first grade in the District.
Registration packets may be picked up in
January and should be returned by
March. Registration packets are also
available on line. A thirty (30) minute
appointment will then be scheduled to
have your child screened by our
kindergarten staff. Parents should bring
the child to this screening. You should
also bring the child's birth certificate and
health information. Registration packets
are available at either elementary school.
Registration forms may be completed
prior to registration, however, parents
must bring the child's birth certificate,
health/immunization history and
verification of residency when registering.
Watch the District website
(www.conewago.k12.pa.us\
kindergarten-registration.html) for
Kindergarten registration dates for the
2017-2018 school year.
Records are maintained for each student
from his/her entrance into school through
the twelfth grade or withdrawal. Since
school records are public records, some
measure it was felt, needed to be taken to
insure a family's "Right to Privacy" in
regard to the information collected and
stored in the school files. Examples of
information that may be contained in a
student's file are:
1. Personal and family data including
certification of name and date of birth
2. Test data, achievement records and
other evaluative information
3. Medical reports
4. Anecdotal reports
5. Psychological reports
6. Records of conferences
7. Copies of correspondence with parents
and others concerning the student
8. Other records which may contribute to
understanding the educational progress
of the student
9. For eligible Special Education students,
appropriate State mandated forms/
information
SCHOOL HEALTH SERVICES
The main functions of the School Health
Services are to facilitate positive student
responses to normal development;
promote health and safety; intervene with
actual and potential health problems; and
actively collaborate with others to build
student and family capacity for adaptation,
self management, and learning.
The health program includes physical
examinations, vision, hearing, height and
weight, scoliosis screening, and
counseling.
Emergency care will be administered to
those students who become ill or have
accidents during school hours. In case of
major illness or accident, the following
procedures will be followed:
1. Parents will be called for instruction
depending upon severity.
2. Procedures listed on the emergency
card will be followed.
3. The student will be taken to the
emergency room at the hospital.
Treatment of minors in the emergency
room is given only in life threatening
situations without consent of parent or
guardian.
At the beginning of each school year,
parents are asked to update emergency
information providing current health
concerns that the parent is aware of
including any that are ongoing from the
previous school year. In addition, parents
should keep the school informed with the
current address and telephone numbers
where they can be reached in case of an
emergency
www.conewago.k12.pa.us
This information should be filled in
accurately and the school should be
notified of any changes in health condition,
procedure, address, or telephone numbers
that occur during the school year. IT IS
VERY IMPORTANT THAT SOME
RESPONSIBLE PERSON CAN BE
REACHED AT ALL TIMES. This information
must be verified by a parent or guardian.
A list of medications available in school is
also listed for your approval. Medications
will not be dispensed without annual
parental approval.
ADMINISTRATION OF
MEDICATION
Parents should confer with the child's
physician to arrange medication time
intervals to avoid school hours whenever
possible. No medication may be
administered without written authorization
from the physician and the parent/
guardian.
When medication absolutely must be taken
during school hours, the parent or guardian
must submit a written request, signed by
the physician and parent, to the school
nurse in order for their child to take any
medication. The appropriate medication
permission form is available on the district
website under health services or from the
school nurse.
Handling and Storage of Medications in the
School:
We prefer that:
1. The parent bring the medicine to
school. The medication must be in the
original container and properly labeled.
If necessary, request a duplicate bottle
from the pharmacist. The medication
and the written request should be
delivered directly to the school nurse,
school principal or his/her designee.
The amount of medication stored by
the school should be limited based on
the length of time medications are to
be taken.
2. All medication will be kept in a locked
cabinet in the health room of the
school. Medications requiring
refrigeration will be stored in the health
room refrigerator.
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Administration of Medications During
School Hours:
1. Students will be responsible for
reporting to the nurse's office at the
time the medication is to be taken.
2. The school nurse, principal or his/her
designee will supervise the taking of
the medication by the student.
3. Prescription drug logs will be kept for
any child receiving prescription
medicine on an ongoing basis.
4. Unused medications will be returned to
parents for disposition.
5. Any change in dosage of medication
will be recognized only upon receipt of
written notice of change from the
family physician and the parent.
COMMUNICABLE
DISEASES
Pennsylvania State law requires each
student K-12 to be fully protected against
certain diseases before admission to
school is permitted. Children in all grades
need the following
• 4 doses of tetanus* (1 dose on or after
the 4th birthday)
• 4 doses of diphtheria* (1 dose on or after
the 4th birthday)
• 3 doses of polio ( a 4th is recommended)
• 2 doses of measles **
• 2 doses of mumps**
• 1 dose of rubella (German measles)**
• 3 doses of hepatitis B
• 2 doses of varicella (chickenpox) or a
history of the disease
*Usually given as DTP or DTaP or DT or Td ** Usually given as MMR
Children attending 7th grade
• 1 dose of tetanus, diphtheria, acellular
pertussis (Tdap) (if 5 years has elapsed
since last tetanus immunization)
• 1 dose of meningococcal conjugate
vaccine (MCV)
These requirements allow exemptions for
medical reasons and religious beliefs. If
your child is exempt from immunizations
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he/she may be removed from school during
an outbreak.
Students absent from school due to illness
must bring a written excuse stating the
reason for absence. If the student was
treated by a doctor, the excuse should be
written by the doctor. State law requires a
specific number of days of absence for
certain diseases such as streptococcal
infections, chicken pox, measles, German
measles, mumps, whooping cough, and
diphtheria. Please contact your school
nurse if your child is diagnosed with any of
these diseases. Pink eye, impetigo,
ringworm, fungus infections, and scabies
require treatment and a doctor's excuse is
required for re-entry to school.
Head lice must be treated and the child
needs to be "nit free" as determined by the
school nurse before he/she will be able to
return to school. Please call the school
nurse to make arrangements for this check.
If a student becomes ill during the school
day he/she must report to the school nurse.
The nurse will contact the parent/guardian
concerning dismissal from school.
FOOD SERVICE
Conewago Valley School District
recognizes that wellness and proper
nutrition play a significant role in a
student’s physical well-being, growth,
development and readiness to learn. All
foods available in the district schools
during the day are offered to students
with consideration for promoting student
health and reducing childhood obesity.
Foods provided through the National
School Lunch Program complies with
federal nutrition standards under the
Healthy Hunger Free Kids Act.
Breakfast and Lunch Program
Each school in the district has a cafeteria
that prepares nutritious meals daily.
Students in the elementary and secondary
schools can purchase a breakfast and/or
lunch or students may also bring a lunch
from home. If students pack a lunch they
may also purchase milk in the cafeteria.
There are a variety of entrees, fruits,
vegetables, and milk available each day
that can be purchased as a meal.
Students may choose up to five
components to make up their meal, so it’s
important to know and understand them.
To purchase items at the meal price, a
student must take three of the five offered
items. We encourage students to take all
five components for a “real meal deal.”
All students in grades K-12 may deposit
money into an account to purchase meals
and/or a la carte items through the
district’s point-of-sale system. Each
student has their own account that can be
accessed using a Personal Identification
Number (PIN). The student’s PIN Number
is their five-digit student ID number
assigned by the District, and it will remain
the same as long as they are a student at
Conewago Valley School District.
Students must use their number each
time they make a purchase from the
cafeteria. Students participating in the
free or reduced lunch program also
purchase meals using their PIN on the
point of sale system. Money cannot be
refunded off your account to use in the
vending machines. We encourage all
students to put advance payment on their
account because this allows the lines to
run smoothly, prevents lost or stolen
money and is a convenience. At the end
of the school year, if your child is
changing buildings in the District, his/her
balance will be transferred to the building
for use the following year. If you’re
leaving the District, please check with the
Food Service Coordinator to review your
child’s lunch account or with the school
office to complete a refund form.
Monthly menus are available to all
students and on the District’s web site
www.conewago.k12.pa.us.
Free and Reduced Meals
Conewago Valley School District
participates in the National Free and
Reduced Meals Program. Students from
families who qualify under federal
guidelines will receive meals free or at a
reduced cost. Applications are available
at all school building offices or on line.
www.conewago.k12.pa.us
These applications may be filed any time
throughout the school year for any family
experiencing income changes. All
information is confidential; discrimination
is not permitted in accordance with
district, state and federal requirements.
(Students receiving free and reduced
meals in June 2016 will continue to
receive free or reduced meals until
Monday, October 3, 2016, the carry over
expiration date. New applications must
be submitted for all families annually.)
All families who think they may or know
that they do qualify are strongly
encouraged to apply. Having an accurate
count of students who receive free or
reduced lunch is important in that this data
is used to generate other federal funding
benefits for District students.
Applying for Free/Reduced Meal
Benefits Using the Internet
Families that have children attending a
public school district can apply for free or
reduced price meals through the National
School Lunch Program online. You may
complete the information using Skyward, or
this can be done using COMPASS which
allows Pennsylvanians to apply for social
service programs, such as Food Stamps
(FS), Temporary Assistance for Needy
Families (TANF), Energy Assistance,
Children’s Health Insurance Program
(CHIP), etc. online. Families can use
COMPASS to apply for free or reduced
price school meals and/or they can apply
for other services at the same time (FS,
TANF, etc.). Because Conewago Valley
School District is a public school district,
you can apply for free or reduced price
meals online by going to the COMPASS
website at www.compass.state.pa.us or
you can continue to use the paper
“Household Meal Benefit Application” that
is distributed at the beginning of each new
school year. If you apply for free or
reduced price school meals through
COMPASS, you do not need to submit a
paper application.
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Paper Application for Free or
Reduced Meals
The Conewago Valley School
District participates in the Free
and Reduced Meal Program.
Families who are interested must
apply each school year by
completing the paper application
or apply on-line as described
above using Skyward or
COMPASS. Only one application
per household is required. If you
complete the paper application,
please return the application to
school with the child you think is
the most responsible for turning it
in so benefits can start as soon
as possible. All students will
receive an application at the
beginning of the school year. You
may apply for free or reduced
meals any time throughout the
school year. If you applied at the
beginning of the year and were
denied, but now have a decrease
in household income, increase in
family size, become unemployed,
or begin receiving Food Stamps
or TANF, you may be eligible.
When Will Meal Benefits
Begin?
Benefits will begin when your
application is approved and you
receive notice of acceptance. A
notification letter of acceptance or
denial will be mailed to your home.
(You are responsible for paying
for meals until your application is
approved.) Once approved, your
free or reduced meal information
will automatically be programmed
into your child’s lunch account in
the point-of-sales system and will
remain confidential. If eligible for
free or reduced meals, your child is
allowed one meal at reduced price
or free price. Your child may not
give or loan his/her free or reduced
meal benefit to another student.
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2016-2017 Lunch Prices
Elementary - $2.25
Secondary - $2.50
Reduced Lunch - $0.40
Milk - $0.50
Breakfast Prices District Wide
$1.35 - Reduced -$0.30
Please call Ashley Greenholt,
Food Service Coordinator at
(717) 624-2157 ext. 1015 if you
have any questions.
STUDENT ACCIDENT
INSURANCE
Student accident insurance is
available to students. Medical
coverages are offered for schooltime only or a 24-hour per day
basis. The District is not
responsible for insurance contract
administration. School insurance
is offered to you as a service.
BOARD OF SCHOOL
DIRECTORS
Keith Mummert
President
Edward Groft
Vice President
Linda Buffenmyer
Treasurer
Luke Crabill
Michael Buckley
William Huffman
Scott Becker
Jenene Conrad
Eric Flickinger
Brooke Say, Stock
& Leader
Solicitor
Lori Duncan
Secretary (non voting
member)
ADMINISTRATION
Dr. Russell E. Greenholt
District Superintendent
Dr. Christopher S. Rudisill
Assistant Superintendent
Dr. Janet Trimmer
Director of Special Education
Dr. Karen Sipe
Director of Educational
Programs
Mrs. Lori Duncan
Business Manager
Ms. Bobbi Miller
Director of Transportation
Mrs. Tammy Cody
Director of Technology
Mrs. Joni Swope
Director of Human Resources
Ms. Ashley Greenholt
Director of Food Services
Mr. Jeff Murren
Maintenance Supervisor
Mr. Brian Eckert
Grounds Supervisor
Dr. Lawrence Sanders
Conewago Township Elementary
School Principal
Ms. Misti Wildasin
New Oxford Elementary
School Principal
Dr. Kenneth Armacost
Conewago Valley Intermediate
School Principal
Dr. Gretchen Gates
Middle School Principal
Mr. Kevin Thomas
High School Principal
www.conewago.k12.pa.us
Discrimination Policy
The Conewago Valley School District does not discriminate or deny
services in its education programs or activities nor in its employment
practices on the basis of sex, race, color, national origin, age, religion,
ancestry, sexual orientation, disability, limited English proficiency, or
any other legally protected category as defined by: Title VI Civil Rights
Act 1964, Title IX Educational Amendments 1972, Section 504
Rehabilitation Act 1973, Age Discrimination in Employment Act 1967,
Americans with Disabilities Act 1190, and Department of H.E.W. Office
of Civil Rights Guidelines. Any questions or concerns regarding the
non-discrimination policies, contact the Assistant District
Superintendent.
El Distrito de la Escuela de Conewago Valley no discrimina ni niega
los servicios en sus programas de la educación o actividades ni en
sus prácticas del empleo en base del sexo, de la raza, del color, del
origen nacional, de la edad, de la religión, de la ascendencia, de la
orientación sexual, de la inhabilidad, de la habilidad inglesa limitada,
o de cualquier otra categoría legalmente protegida como se
prescriben en las leyes siguientes; Título VI El Acto de los Derechos
Civiles 1964, Título IX Enmiendas Educativas 1972, Sección 504 El
Acto de la Rehabilitación 1973, El Acto en la Discriminación de Edad
del Empleo 1967, El Acto de los Americanos con Inhabilidades 1190,
y el Departamento de H.E.W. Oficina de las Pautas de los Derechos
Civiles. Cualesquiera preguntas o preocupación con respecto a las
políticas del non-discriminación, favor de entrar en contacto con a
Superintendente Auxiliar del distrito.
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Schools
Conewago Township
Elementary School
New Oxford Elementary School
Conewago Valley Intermediate
New Oxford Middle School
New Oxford High School
District
Boundaries
NOHS Academic Award Recipients
130 Berlin Road
New Oxford, Pennsylvania 17350
Phone 717.624.2157
www.conewago.k12.pa.us
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The Conewago Valley School
District, Adams County,
Pennsylvania starts at a point
about two miles east of
Gettysburg and includes
everything to the north of
the center line down Route 116
to where Union Township begins.
It continues east following the
Union Township line to the York
County line north of the York/
Adams line to the Hamilton/
Reading Township line. Turning
west and following the
Hamilton/Reading Township
line, continue to PA Route 234
northwest to Five Points Road
and stay on Five Points Road to
Weaver Road to Straban and
west of Beaver Run Road south
to the Straban/Mount Pleasant
line and follow that line south to
Route 116.