Weekly Raider, May 20-24, 2019

This Week's Schedule:


Monday, May 20 Even Classes Meet

Mammal Monday — Animal shirts or dress like an animal

Tuesday, May 21 Odd Classes Meet — Advisor Schedule —Student Work Day

TV Tuesday—Dress like your favorite TV show character

Student Council Meeting during Advisor in D44

Senior Class Meeting in Auditorium during Advisor (Mandatory)

Wednesday, May 22Even Classes Meet—Assembly Schedule

Wayfarer (Tourist) Wednesday

Assembly in the Gym @ 2:30 — Check in with Advisor first

   Probable Baseball 1st Round Play-Off Game @ Home —

Opponent and time to be determined

Thursday, May 23 Odd Classes Meet

Celebrate CV (wear class colors)

Color Run! — 3:30 at the track

   Orchestra Concert — CV Auditorium — 7:00 p.m.

Friday, May 24 Even Classes Meet

Freaky Friday (dress like your friend)

   Possible Baseball Quarter Final Game @ Home — Opponent

and time to be determined


Check This Out:

Everyone — Volunteers Needed for Hoover Elem School Carnival, May 31, 4:45-8:00 pm — Gather a couple of friends and help raise funds to support the Hoover School community and have a great time! Help is needed operating games and activities during the carnival.  If you are interested, please email Rich Carter at rmoregon@yahoo.com or call 541-250-9034. Be sure to include: your name, your organization (or family name), your return phone number, and the number of volunteers interested.

Everyone — SYNC Free Summer Audiobook Program for Teens—Every week from April 25-August 1, you may download a new pair of free audiobooks based on a weekly theme. Offerings include high-interest and popular new titles. Get your free books at https://www.audiobooksync.com where you may also sign up for email or text alerts about the weekly downloads. See the CV Library check-out counter and bulletin board for more information.

Everyone — FREE Books @ CV Library for All Staff and Students! — We have lots of fiction and nonfiction books up for grabs along the entire wall of shelves by our library staff work area. There’s a wide range of genres, both adult and young adult — mysteries, thrillers, classics, westerns, fantasy, sci-fi, realistic fiction, true crime, and more. Books not claimed will soon be going away.

LBCC Extended Learning Programs — LBCC is offering summer opportunities that include Drivers Permit Preparation, Tractor Training, and many others. Please contact LBCC at 541-917-4849 to reach the Extended Learning Department.

Training Teens for Tomorrow — This teen academic and employment program through the Boys & Girls Club provides teens with academic support, job skills training, career exploration, and a real-life experience that helps them graduate from high school and pursue their career aspirations. Contact Casey Higgins for more info at 541-757-1909

Community flyers are now shared on the Corvallis School District website! Learn about programs, sports, and opportunities in our community. Flyers posted this week are listed below:

Summer Camps:

Summer Junior Tennis Classes

Summer Teen Yoga Offering

German Program Summer Camp

Registration open for OSU STEM Academy Summer Camps

Summer TAG Programs: Expeditions, Adventures in Learning, Outside the Box

NW CyberCamp 2019 registration

Equipment and Machinery training for youth


Corvallis BioBlitz

Juneteenth  Spoken Word Contest

A Free One Night Workshop for How to Help Children Overcome Challenges

5K Walk for Water to raise awareness of water issues in our Sister City, Gondar Ethiopia and around the world

College Hill Film Festival


Family Support Services

New Alateen Meeting in Corvallis

FIRST LEGO League information night

Equipment and Machinery training for youth

Parents: Become an OSU Student!

Over 700 online courses available!

Please visit the community flyers page for all current flyers:


Upcoming Dates to Note:

College Representative Visits to CV Sign up sheet for all the college rep visits is in the Career Center.

  – Linn-Benton Community College May 23 at 9:45-10:45 a.m.