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Booster’s Pancake Breakfast and Car Wash

Labor Day Pancake Breakfast and Car Wash September 4, 7 a.m. This Labor Day, save yourself some work! Come support CVC’s athletics programs by eating a heaping helping of hot flapjacks while [...]

First Day of School 2017!

5 Ways to Choose a School for Your Child

Did you know? The average American student goes to school for about six and a half hours a day for 180 days a year, or about 1,170 hours. So, you might say that selecting a school (where they [...]

School’s Out For Summer…Now What? [Part 2]

12 Things to Do at Home and Around Town For FREE [Or Almost Free]: School’s out for summer, and now that you have that song stuck in your head, you’ve got to find something to distract [...]

School’s Out For Summer…Now What? [Part 1]

Did you make a countdown chain this year, counting down to the start of summer? You know, the one where as more chains come off, your children become increasingly ecstatic and you start sweating [...]

Supporting Your Child’s Education: A New Kind of Resolution

Maybe you made a few resolutions last month. Maybe you told yourself that you would stay off of social media more. Maybe you gave in to that portion control thing already and ate a whole pizza by [...]

Others — Why The Inn was Full

By Larry Baker, CVCS Superintendent We have been focused, this school year, on the theme of Others. No person in history embodied that theme better than Jesus, and Christmas is the perfect time [...]

Cavalier Preview: Traditionally Speaking

Fourth Grade’s Family Traditions We asked a few CVC 4th Graders to share what their families enjoy doing for the holidays!   My family’s New Year’s Eve tradition is that sometimes my family [...]

Staying Healthy at School

The leaves have begun to turn. Your mug of strong coffee is delightfully hot. Sweaters have come down from off the closet shelves. Your mailbox is a smorgasbord of red and white and green coupons [...]

How To Help Without Hindering

We consulted with our elementary teachers to help us answer the question: When do I as a parent stop assisting with my child’s homework and let him/her do their best on their own?   [...]

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