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Standards Based Reports

Conotton Valley has switched to Standards-Based Grading this year. By using  a standards based grading and reporting system, we are following the results of educational research and best practice. Standards-based instruction has the potential to provide a rich array of information on a student’s academic progress.


Standards-based Grading may help you have a better understanding of what specifically your child is struggling with. There are 4 marks the students can receive for each standard: Needs Improvement, Approaching, Mastered, and Exceeds. Needs Improvement means exactly what it says, the student needs improvement in that particular area. Approaching means the student is working towards a complete understanding of the topic, Mastered means that the student has mastered the standard, Exceeds is reserved for those students who are working above and beyond the standard for that grade level.


This is a change in thinking, by making this transition you and your student will have a better understanding of their grade and exactly where they can improve.


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Posted Tuesday, October 16, 2018

JUNIOR SYD LYON EARNS FIRST EVER CROSS COUNTRY LEAGUE AWARD!

Syd Lyon, a junior at Conotton Valley, was named Honorable Mention IVC on Sunday, October 14, 2018. Lyon, a member of the inaugural cross country team which was coached by Mrs. Debbie Gooding, becomes the first cross country athlete in the school's sports history to earn a postseason award. Lyon also earned two medals during the course of the season:.
 
The rest of the cross country team is as follows: Kersten Ferguson, Samantha Myer, Madison Page, Justina Reardon, Dallas Romig, and Kaden Webber. Congratulations to Syd and all the members of the historic first CV cross country team who competed this fall.
 
Football, golf, and volleyball individual awards will be announced at the Awards Night scheduled for November 13. 

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Posted Monday, October 15, 2018

1st WIN FOR FOOTBALL TEAM A THRILLER IN DOUBLE OVERTIME!

Junior Braden Caldwell batted down a fourth down pass in the end zone to preserve the Rockets' first win of the season last Friday night at Beallsville 21-14. the nailbiter came down to fourth and three when Caldwell swatted the potential tying (depending on the conversion) attempt to the ground. The Rockets started quickly as Mikey Cottis drew first blood as he scored from two yards out to give the Rockets a 6-0 lead. Senior Matt Caldwell then electrified the Rockets fan base by returning a kickoff 92 yards to account for the second CV touchdown in the second quarter and scored the winning touchdown in the second overtime with a two yard run. Nate Novak kicked the PAT to round out the scoring for the Rockets and setting up Braden Caldwell's heroics on defense.
 Assistant Coach Ty Carrothers hugs senior linebacker Nate Novak after the Rockets' thrilling double overtime win.

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Posted Monday, October 15, 2018

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL TO PLAY BISHOP ROSECRANS IN TOURNEY PLAY

The girls volleyball team will open postseason OHSAA tournament play at Shenandoah High School on Wednesday, October 17 at 5:30 PM. The girls will play the #8 seeded Bishops Rosecrans ladies. The Lady Rockets were voted the #10 seed.

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Posted Monday, October 8, 2018

2018 CV Teen Roadeo team

2018 CV Teen Roadeo team they are L-R Back Row: Kayleigh Toot, Gavin Smalley-Perko, Sydney Lyon, Garrett George, and Kristopher Hostetler Front Row: Jerryca Erwin - Renicker.

The Teen Driving Roadeo is comprised of a written test and a driving test, as well. All members of the team competed against 4 other teams in both areas. Jerryca Erwin-Renicker was the top score for the backing and lane change in the obstacle course. She won a $50 gas card.

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Posted Thursday, October 4, 2018

FALL SPORTS AWARDS NIGHT SCHEDULED FOR TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2018, at 6:00 PM.

 Awards presentations for both junior high and high school teams will commence in the following order:
  1. Cheerleaders
  2. Golf
  3. Cross country 
  4. Volleyball
  5. Football.

After the awards are all distributed, and the coaches have finished talking about their seasons, there will be refreshments and desserts in the cafeteria. 

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Posted Tuesday, October 2, 2018