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Mission Statement

The mission of the Chartiers Valley School District, a community dedicated to shared leadership, is to graduate students who achieve personal success by providing an exceptional academic foundation in a safe, nurturing environment that inspires creativity and innovation while embracing diversity. 

District News

May 23 Board Meeting Recap

The school board recognized several students for their outstanding academic accomplishments at the May 23, 2017 meeting. In addition, Mrs. Adrienne Floro, Middle School Principal, shared findings from the series focus groups revolving around Middle School Learning Culture and Curriculum. Dr. Brian White, Superintendent, and Mr, Nick Morelli, Director of Finance and Operations, presented the preliminary budget for the 2017-2018 school year. 

Cast Your Vote for CVMS Students in the Community Art Project

Two CVMS students are two finalists among 27 entries in the #BelongingArt competition. Now it's up to the community to determine who wins!

Allegheny County Human Relations Commission Diversity Awards CVHS DIversity Award winners

High School student Tiana Covert received an Allegheny County Human Relations Commission Diversity Awards. In addition, CVHS alumnus, Austin Gutierrez also won an ACHRC Diversity Award for a video he made while in high school last year.



Own a Piece of CVMS History! Buy a Brick

‚ÄčAs the Chartiers Valley Middle School moves into the new building next year, the students and staff are very excited about having their own library space for the first time in 20 years. As the final step in planning for that open space, Chartiers Valley Middle School teachers and students are selling stenciled bricks from the old High School/Middle School building as a fundraiser to purchase new materials to help achieve the vision laid out by a Student/Teacher Focus Group.

CVPS is a Common Sense Digital Citizenship Certified School Common Sense Digital Citizenship Certified School

Common Sense, the national nonprofit organization dedicated to helping kids and families thrive in a world of digital media and technology, has recognized Chartiers Valley Primary School as a Common Sense Certified School: Digital Citizenship.

Kindergarten student wins the PBS writer's contest Aarav Parthiban

Aarav Parthibana, a kindergarten student in Mrs. Dietrick's class, wrote and illustrated a story on his recent family vacation to India and submitted it to the PBS Kids GO! Writers Contest where he took first place in two categories!

PS Police Week Police Week

Primary School students received a week-long introduction to the tools of the law enforcement trade.

Reception to Recognize Academic Excellence Academic Excellence honorees

Chartiers Valley High School students were recognized at the sixth annual Reception to Recognize Academic Excellence on May 17. In addition to honoring the outstanding accomplishments of our students, the Chartiers Valley Education Foundation recognized the 2016-2017 GIVE grant winners. 

World War II Memorial World War II Memorial plaque

Chartiers Valley students honored veterans from our community who lost their lives serving our country in World War II at a Memorial Dedication on May 16, 2017.

Book leads first grade class to learn about endangered species Stuffed animals representing endangered species

After reading the book, The Penguin Problem, by Abby Klein, in which a fictional first grade classroom raises money to save an endangered species of penguin, Mrs. Venezia's first grade class decided they wanted to do something to help endangered species as well.

Early Child Care Center observes new life of chicks and butterflies Newly hatched chicks

Early Child Care Center students observed the hatching of chicks and metamorphosis of butterflies over a 21 day period.

Architect Mr. Matt Hansen Visits CVIS Matt Hansen

Chartiers Valley High School and Middle School project architect from IKM, Matthew Hansen, visited with two Intermediate School classrooms.  Mr. Quinn’s third graders and Mrs. Kern’s fifth graders viewed a powerpoint presentation with respect to all phases of the architectural process. 

CV Virtual Academy

Chartiers Valley School District is offering our Virtual Academy again this summer. View the brochures for additional information.

CV Virtual Academy -- Acceleration/Enrichment | CV Virtual Academy -- Recovery 

Second grade Career Cafe Dr. Kerr welcomes students to the Career Cafe

Second graders at the Primary School received an early inside education on career choices at the 2nd Grade Career Cafe on May 12th.

High School Art Show

High School art students are holding an exhibit in the Auditorium Lobby May 11-13 in conjunction with Showcase to display the works they've produced this year under the tutelage of Mr. Barzan,  Mr. McHugh, and Mr. Pisaneschi.

Junior Achievement Day JA Day at CVIS

Intermediate School students had a special visit from Junior Achievement (JA) educators on May 10. “Junior Achievement is the world's largest organization dedicated to educating students in grades K-12 about entrepreneurship, work readiness and financial literacy through experiential, hands-on programs” (www.juniorachievement.org).

Remake Learning Days STEM Night

Remake Learning Days is around the corner! Chartiers Valley Intermediate School is participating by hosting "Family STEM Night" on Tuesday, May 16 from 6-8 pm at CVIS. 

Bridgeville-South Fayette Rotary honors CVHS and CVMS students

The Rotary Club of Bridgeville – South Fayette honored two CVHS and six CVMS students at its annual Scholarship & Middle School Recognition Luncheon at BethanyPresbyterian Church on May 11.

Primary School students benefit from help of TLCv tutors TLCv tutors and their Primary School students

Primary School students benefit both personally and academically from the extra one-on-one attention they receive two days a week in the classroom from the High School TLCv tutors who logged 638 hours of assistance this year.

Wear Your Future! Wear Your Future

Chartiers Valley seniors were invited to "wear their future" for a photo with their classmates this spring. From college and technical school to the military and employment, these students all have exciting new challenges ahead of them. Congratulations and best wishes to the Chartiers Valley Class of 2017! 

Pittsburgh Personalized Learning Consortium

Chartiers Valley School District is part of the Pittsburgh Personalized Learning Consortium. Hosted by the Grable Foundation, the Pittsburgh Personalized Learning Consortium includes educators from neighboring school districts who want to integrate personalized learning into their classrooms. In addition to Chartiers Valley, Avonworth, Baldwin-Whitehall, Burrell, Deer Lakes, Elizabeth Forward, Fox Chapel Area, Fort Cherry, Frazier, North Allegheny, Northgate, Steel Valley and South Fayette plan to participate.

Three actors receive Kelly nominations Cast of Sweeney Todd

Congratulations to Devin Moore, Jenna Wood, and Sam Kagle for earning Gene Kelly Award nominations for their performances in the Department of Performing Arts' production of Sweeney Todd.

Victoria Adebiyi cited in Letters About Literature Contest Victoria Adebiyi

Congratulations to Victoria Adebiyi, a 9th grade Honors English student of Ms. Turner, who finished in the top 10 of the Letters About Literature Contest sponsored by the Center for the Book in the Library of Congress.

Kids of Steel run in Pittsburgh Kids Marathon CV Kids of Steel running at Pittsburgh Kids Marathon

More than 120 Primary and Intermediate School students ran in the Pittsburgh Kids Marathon after training in the Kids of Steel program.

Computer Applications class takes on storybook editing Storybook editing

Mrs. Julianna White's seventh grade Computer Applications class traveled to the Primary School on May 5th to share children's stories which they had edited from Google Docs into mini book form.

CVMS Duck Cam

The Chartiers Valley Middle School duck project is a unique opportunity for students, parents and anybody else who is interested to witness an incredible life experience. The eggs hatched on May 6 & 7.  Bookmark this page, and visit often to watch the ducks!

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Event Parking

There are always so many exciting events that occur in the last few weeks of school. This is just a reminder that you can check the "Navigating Campus" page prior to attending an event to see if overflow parking with shuttle service has been scheduled. 


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