Distance Learning extended remainder of 2019 - 2020 school year

Governor DeWine announced Monday April 20, 2020 that remote learning will continue for the remainder of the 19-20 school year.

Please stay tuned to our website www.cvul.org and our CV Facebook page for further information regarding remote learning and end-of-year plans.

Please read below for senior information, and proposed dates for graduation and prom.

Thank you and Go Rockets!!

Senior Song- “Wherever I go” - Hannah Montana
Flower- Daisy

Colors- White/Yellow

Motto- Can’t touch this #ClassoftheQuarantine


The class officers, advisors, and administration have put together some alternate graduation/prom plans to account for the current no contact period.  We want to caution that if these events are able to be held, they may require some restrictions based on social distancing that may include limiting the number of guests, holding the event outdoors, and other limitations.

Our goal is to have the celebration at later dates if it is needed, but the actual date of Official Graduation that will appear on the diplomas will remain May 24, 2020.  Prom cannot be held on its originally scheduled date in April.  


Graduation Celebration Date

Date to communicate the plan to parents by (please check the CVUL website)

If the order is lifted after May 15th and before June 12th

June 21 with prom on June 19 (either at the Yacht Club or school)

June 12

If the order is lifted after June 12th and before July 17th.

July 26 with prom on July 25 (either at the Yacht Club or school)

July 17

If the order is lifted after July 17th and before August 1st.

August 9 with prom on August 7.

August 1

If the order is not lifted by August 1st.

On August 9th, students will take part in a parade through the three villages, and end their trip passing through the school where they will be handed their diploma- more info will come about this if  needed

August 1