The Performing Arts Department, and its director Mr. George Thomson, has to make room for more recognition and acknowledgments as Mr. Thomson and his students bring more esteem to their programs this year. Continuing to step up and work for their love of music, the Crescent Valley Camerata Orchestra and Crescent Valley Wind Ensemble went to State to represent Crescent Valley, and they did it well. After a year of effort, and working together to become
While in Salem at the Oregon Game Project Challenge, programming competition, Damian Kulp, received the Technologist of the Year Award and a $2,000 scholarship from Techstart Education Foundation, the sponsoring organization of the OGPC. Choosing from several outstanding applicants from around Oregon, the TechStart chose him as one of three graduating seniors for their Technologist of the Year Award. He plans on attending Oregon State University in the fall, and this scholarship w
Growing participation from one team last year to four this year, the CV Tech Club took Game Project Teams to Chemeketa CC, in Salem, for the OGPC state level competition, Saturday, May 4th. Working hard to get there, by holding three different Minecraft Events at CV this year to fundraise their entry fees, all four teams' entry fees were paid for this year. The teams worked hard to get their projects ready for this year, using the required theme of “Social Good”.
Thinking about next school year yet? NO? Maybe you should, since vacations, trips and activities sometimes get planned so far in advance, you might forget about picking up that all important schedule for next year's fall semester!
Again this year, our students at CV are going to compete at the State level, across all three disciplines of music. Getting State recognition for their abilities last year, this year's students are continuing the tradition by stepping up and adding their performances to CV’s Performing Arts history.
Thursday, May 9th, at OSU, the CV orchestra will be competing against the best high school orchestras in the State of Oregon. George Thomson is once again leading his students in this competition, hoping to get the recognition they have earned from the CV and Corvallis community expanded to the State level. Building on the CV history of the past, Mr. Thomson and his students are building their own history, with a display of talent and musicianship that rivals youth symphonies and orchestras in larger cities.
|Tue, May 21||French Extrava Ganza||6:00/7:00pm||CHS|
|Fri, May 24||Play: A Night of Ives||7:00pm||Aud|
|Sat, May 25||Play: A Night of Ives||7:00pm||Aud|
|Mon, May 27||Memorial Day Holiday||No School||-|
|Wed, May 29||Spring Spiorts Awards||6:30/7:00pm||Cafe/Aud/Various Rms|
|Thu, May 30||Orchestra Concert||7:30pm||CV Aud|