Central Valley Public School added 5 new photos to the album: CV Junior class History field trip — at Strategic Air Command & Aerospace Museum.
On March 29 the students in CVHS Social Studies Instructor Kimbrie Vlach's American History and World History classes had the opportunity to hear Holocaust survivor Sonia Warshawski
speak. They also visited the Strategic Air Command (SAC) museum in Ashland.
Students spent the morning listening to the amazing story of survival and hope of Mrs. Warshawski, hearing of her journey from the ghetto to multiple concentration camps during the Holocaust. Then they viewed a number of WWII and Cold War era planes at SAC and learned about their restoration from Mr. Mark Hamilton, Restoration Director.
"Thank you Central Valley for allowing our students to be part of an awesome learning experience," Vlach said.
-photos by Kimbrie Vlach
CV Golf Team ended their first competition on March 28, during the Ravenna Quad, with a score of 225.
Individually, Connor Wood tied for first with a score of 45 and Jeremy "JJ" Ondracek tied for third with a score of 46.
"I thought our team did well for all the first time golfers," said CV Golf Coach John Adam. "Our top two did really well even though the weather was cold and windy."
CV Golf Team's next competition will be in Ord at 10 a.m. on April 4.
Central Valley Public School added 16 new photos to the album: CV students prepare for severe weather — at Central Valley Elem - Scotia.
As part of the statewide tornado drill Central Valley students found shelter in the school's locker rooms on March 29.
The drill was one of the Severe Weather Awareness activities, students across the state are participating from March 27-31 during Nebraska Severe Awareness Week.
The week is designed to remind residents that severe weather season is beginning and residents all need to take steps to be ready, by making a safety plan and reviewing proper safety precautions for protecting their lives.
Central Valley Public School added 10 new photos to the album: CV FCCLA Blood Drive — at Central Valley Public School Auditorium.
FCCLA's March blood drive is in progress at Central Valley Auditorium with five single stations and one double-red station. When one person donates three lives are saved. So, if you haven't already, stop in and donate today. Those who donate are welcome to enjoy drinks and snacks afterwards courtesy of CV FCCLA.
Today they have 51 scheduled appointments. 54 people donating blood will earn them $1,500 for the annual FCCLA scholarship. If they were to get up to 68 donors the amount would move them up to the $2,500 scholarship tier.