Rowdy Raider spirit shirts on sale for $5 in the quad or senior hallway all week at lunch!
Spirit Week’s Schedule - Lunch events everyday!
Monday, Sept. 23 Even Classes Meet
- Messy Monday: PJ’s, Sweats, Slippers, Messy Buns
- League JV Football CV @ CHS, 6 pm
- Non-League JV & V Girls’ Soccer CV @ Summit (Bend), 4 & 5:30 pm
Tuesday, Sept. 24 Odd Classes Meet (Advisor Schedule)
- VSCO Girl Day: Scrunchies, Oversized Shirts, Birks, Hydroflasks
- Assembly Schedule—Check in with Advisor then to the Gym
- League JV, JV2, & V Volleyball CV @ Central, 5 & 6 pm
- League JV2 Boys’ Soccer CV @ Central, 4 pm
Wednesday, Sept. 25 Even Classes Meet (Advisor Schedule)
- Crayon Day: Dress in One Color
- Advisor Schedule:
- 9-11 Graders, Classroom work time
- 12th grade class meeting in the auditorium
- 2019 Boys’ & Girls’ MWC Preview Cross Country Meet @ CHS, time to be determined
Thursday, Sept. 26 Odd Classes Meet
- Throwback Thursday: Leggings, Side Ponytails, Neon, Tube Socks
- League JV, JV2, & V Volleyball CV @ S. Albany, 5 & 6 pm
- League JV2 Boys Soccer Lebanon @ CV, 4:30 pm
Friday, Sept. 27 Even Classes Meet
- Raider Day: Rowdy Raider Shirts, CV Colors
- League V Football Central vs. CV @ CHS field, 7 pm
Saturday, Sept. 28
- Non-League JV2 Boys’ Soccer Bend @ CV, 1 pm
- Non-League JV2 Girls’ Soccer Bend @ CV, 1 pm
Check This Out:
Everyone — CVHS is now on Twitter. Follow CV news and events @CVRaiderNation.
Everyone—Need some help with your essays, lab reports, or resumes? Drop by the Writing Center any time (D63 in the Library — 7:30 am-3:30 pm). We’re ready to help you at any stage of your writing process. Hope to see you soon!
Students & Parents — Women explore engineering Tuesday, Oct. 22, CV will be taking students interested in engineering to HP. The event will include:
- Engineering hands-on activities and site tours
- Lunch with speed-networking where girls are given the opportunity to connect with several HP women engineers
Please come to Beyond CV (Career Center) to RSVP and to pick up permission forms—they are due back by Oct. 1. Slots will fill up fast!
Community flyers are now shared on the Corvallis School district website. Learn about programs, sports and opportunities in our community. Please check out this link for current flyers: https://www.csd509j.net/efriday/
Boundary Review Telephone Survey – Your Input is Important
Phone surveys to school district parents and guardians about school boundaries will take place in September. There will be 385 surveys completed with an emphasis on elementary school families. The information gathered will be used to develop core values and guiding principles for the process. The district is contracting with Critical Data to complete the telephone survey and parents/guardians are encouraged to participate if you are called.
The district’s Boundary Review Task Force (BRTF) will be convened later this fall. An application to serve on the task force will be available on October 1.
There will be opportunities for the general public to provide input mid-way through the boundary review.
Upcoming Dates to Note:
Everyone — Foreign Exchange Information — For students interested in participating in a foreign exchange during the 2020-21 school year, the Rotary Club is hosting an informational meeting at 4:30 pm, Wednesday, Sept. 25, at the Johnson Teen Center at the Boys’ & Girls’ Club.
Students & Parents — College Representative Visits to Beyond CV — All grades are invited. Please sign up in advance.
Tuesday, Sept. 24—11:15 am—12 pm @ University of Oregon
Wednesday, Sept. 25—11:15 am—12 pm @ The College of Idaho, Caldwell, ID
Students — PSAT— On Oct. 30 all sophomores will be taking the PSAT from 8~11:45 am. All sophomores are automatically registered to take the test at no cost. Sophomore families will be receiving letters in the mail in the upcoming week or two with more information including opt-out form. Juniors wanting to take the PSAT will have to pay $23 to the bookkeeper. Registration for juniors will be open from Sept. 16-Oct. 7. Juniors who take the PSAT and score in the highest percentile and meet other criteria may also qualify for the National Merit Scholarship Program.
Everyone — RUN for the 5K HEALTH OF IT! — Oct. 5, 8:30 am— All proceeds from this 5K run/walk will benefit local high school athletic depts. through the Corvallis Clinic Foundation. All ages and fitness levels welcome! Adults $25 in advance, $30 on race day; students and adults 65+ $15 in advance, $25 on race day; kids under 12 are free; teams of 20 or more, $20 per person. Learn more & register @ CorvallisClinic.com/race
Students & Parents — AP Testing Changes — AP exam registration for 2019-20 will occur in the fall instead of later in the school year. For more information on why the exam registration will occur earlier, please refer to the Collegeboard AP page https://apcentral.collegeboard.org/about-ap/news-changes/ap-2019?excmpid=mtg434-pr-1-vid . The cost of the AP exams will be $84/exam, or free for students eligible for fee waivers. Payments will be taken beginning Oct. 1 to Nov. 4 — see Mr. Parrott, CV bookkeeper.
Students & Parents — CHS/CVHS College Planning Night — will be held at CV this year — Thursday, Oct. 10, 6 pm. A fair portion of the night will be held in the gym from 6 pm – 7 pm and breakout sessions led by college representatives will be from 7 pm – 9 pm. All CHS and CVHS high school students and their families are welcome.
Students — SAT Review Course Offered by the Assistance League® of Corvallis — Registration is $45 and includes six classes (Saturday mornings or Tuesday evenings between Oct. 15-Nov. 16), a textbook, and refreshments at the course sessions. Registration form can be found online at http://www.alcorvallis.org/sat-review/ (then choose the registration form icon). Registrations are accepted in the order of post-marked date until the session is full. Registration forms are also available in Beyond CV.