CVU-At-A-Glance (Open House)
The schedule is posted below. Teachers will be in the scheduled rooms to meet parents for 10 minutes for each class. There is a passing time of five minutes between sessions. The advisor will have a copy of your child’s schedule for you to follow for the evening.
If during this evening your child’s schedule indicates a free block, please be sure to take this time to visit the Library, Cafeteria, and the Direction Center. Refreshments will be available in the Cafeteria and the Direction Center— please stop by!
Hope to see you!
Jeff Evans, CVU Principal
6:15-6:25 Early Block (only if your child has an EB class)
(Advisory teachers and rooms are posted in the lobby.)
6:45-6:55 Block Red 1
7:00-7:10 Block Red 2
7:15-7:25 Block Red 3
7:30-7:40 Block Red 4
7:45-7:55 Block White 1
8:00-8:10 Block White 2
8:15-8:25 Block White 3
8:30-8:40 Block White 4
Fall Drama Production
Mark your calendar for the show dates:
Friday & Saturday Oct. 24 and 25 at 7:30 and Sunday Oct. 26th at 2:00.
Tickets will go on sale two weeks before the show at CVU. Tickets are $6 for students, children, faculty and staff, and $8 for general admission.
Important Message From CVU Health Office
In the past, parents have confused our health form with the forms that need to be filled out for sports. Our Health Emergency Form is a different form that must be filled out for every student. A student must have this Emergency form filled out to be able to participate in any field trip here at school. The updated health information allows the health office to meet the individual needs of each student. The Medical Emergency and Field Trip Information form can also be found on our Health Office website. We appreciate your help in filling these forms out and returning them as soon as possible. If you have further questions, please don’t hesitate to contact Megan Campbell, RN, Allyssa Cioffi, RN, and Heather Holmes in the health office at 482-7184.
CVU Food Services
Parents of freshmen should be aware that restrictions on student accounts in K-8 schools do not carry over to CVUHS. Please contact me directly with any student concerns. I hope that students are enjoying the many different choices that we offer each & every day! I encourage parents to schedule a time with me if they would like a tour of the Cafe, to see how things "work," and to enjoy a breakfast or lunch "on your student"! You should be able to find most all information that you will need on our website at http://cafe.cvuhs.org/, including our new
trifold daily menu along with our posted daily specials. If there are any questions, concerns or comments, please don't hesitate to contact me.
Email is my preferred method of communication, but please feel free to contact me by phone if you prefer. My email is email@example.com and the Cafe phone number is 802-482-7176.
Key Club is the CVU chapter of Key Club International. This is the student version of the Kiwanis Club. We promote community service, fundraising for charities, and volunteering. We meet every RED Wednesday in room 204 at 7:45 AM. We welcome students of any grade to join. To be a member in good standing, we ask that students do a minimum of 20 hours of community service work each year. Most of our members do much more! We will provide links to service opportunities for students as well as do several whole-club service projects. You can like us on Facebook under "CVU Key Club" for more information.
2014 Fall Basketball Intramurals
Once again the after-school Basketball Intramural Program is off to a great start. Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 3:15-5:00 p.m., our CVU students have the opportunity to get involved individually or with a group of friends to play pick-up games of basketball. Join us any and/or all three days throughout the fall season. This is a great way to stay active and meet new friends! No experience required - join us when you can! Intramurals are supervised by CVU Wellness teacher Deb Higgins.
Just a reminder to order your 2015 yearbook early through http://www.jostens.com/. Extra copies available at the end of the school year will be sparse, so it is very important to place your order early.
The 2015 yearbook is being created as an after-school activity; it is no longer offered as a class. The yearbook club would appreciate any photos of sports, extracurricular events, drama productions, or any CVU-related function that anyone would like to submit. Photos can be sent to Jacob Safari, Yearbook Advisor, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also students picture days will be on September 26th and November 3rd of this year. Students need only have their picture taken on one day or the other.
Charlotte News - http://thecharlottenews.org/
The Hinesburg Record - http://hinesburg-record.org/
The Citizen (Covers Charlotte & Hinesburg) - http://thecitizenvt.com/
Shelburne News - http://shelburnenews.com/
Cyndi Labelle, Chittenden House - 482-7130
Deb Seaton, Fairbanks House - 482-7140
Melissa Dickinson, Nichols House - 482-7160
Julie Bevins, Snelling House - 482-7150
Schedule for October 15
Traditionally October 15 has been a half day dedicated to PSAT for juniors, PLAN for sophomores, seniors off for the day, and freshmen with their Core. However, this year, October 15 is a full school day. The schedule below dedicates the morning to testing and the afternoon to 40 minute classes as a White Day.
Schedule for October 15, 2014
½ Day Schedule or Delayed Start
With Core 8:15-11 a.m.
Lunch 11-11:30 a.m.
With Core 11:30-12:30 p.m.
PLAN Test 8:15-12 p.m.
Lunch 12-12:30 p.m.
PSAT Test 8:15-11:30 a.m.
Lunch 11:30-12 p.m.
Arrive at school for Block W1 class at 12:30 p.m.
Grades 9-12 White Day Afternoon Schedule (12:30-3:15 p.m.):
Block W1: 12:30-1:10 p.m.
Block W2: 1:10-1:50 p.m.
Block W3: 1:50-2:30 p.m.
Block W4: 2:30-3:10 p.m.
CVU Calendar for 2014-2015
Much of the information posted in announcements by the Direction Center can be found on our website, including:
· class pages with tips for each grade level (9th/10th/11th/12th);
· dates, time, place of activities of interest: college rep visits, college fair, job fair, deadlines, SAT/ACT schedule of due dates, scholarship info, etc.;
· future planning services including college planning; discovering career interests; GAP year resources; links to information about opportunities with the military; information about multiple pathways including DUAL enrollment, CVU’s GOAL independent study, Virtual High School online courses, etc.;
· Naviance tutorials;
· Community Learning opportunities including internships, volunteering, and workshops.