News Articles from this year.
GREELEY -- “It was a pretty cool experience, because the project enables you to use leftover stuff,” said Central Valley 8th grader Tyler Beaty. “We’re glad to help the elderly.” Click here to read entire article.
SCOTIA -- On Dec. 5 at ESU10 in Kearney, CVES 5th grade teacher Michelle Linke brought eight of her students to The Elementary Science Olympiad (ESO). ESO highlights a child’s natural curiosity, and allows for in-depth/hands-on experiences. Students were also awarded on Dec. 21 with certificates of completion for their attendance at the olympiad. Click here to read entire article.
GRAND ISLAND -- “It’s fun to see our students competing for fun, not the win,” said Central Valley (CV) Unified Bowling Coach Staci Rother. “It’s an experience everyone needs to come and watch.” Click here to read entire article.
GREELEY -- Students and staff at Central Valley (CV) Public Schools opened the doors of the elementary and high school on Nov. 10 for two Veteran’s Day Programs. Click here to read entire article.
The morning of Tuesday, Nov. 7 Doug Strait, Director of Industry Relations for the NE Beef Council spent a few hours at Central Valley where he presented to CV Senior, Junior, Freshmen and 7th-grade Ag students. Click here to read entire article.
WOLBACH -- “I’ve always had a good time learning and teaching at Wobach Public Schools,” said 94-year-old WPS 1941 graduate and long-time WPS teacher Willa Berney. “I’m sorry to see the old school building go.” Click here to read entire article.
GREELEY -- On World Mental Health Day, Oct. 11, Janae Shillito and Jill Hamilton of the Kim Foundation raised suicide awareness among Central Valley High School students through advocacy, outreach and education during 45 minute presentations. Click here to read entire article.
NORTH LOUP -- After breaking for the summer, North Loup’s Monthly Community Meals returned on Sept. 18. Click here to read entire article.
GREELEY -- On Sept. 15 and 16, Central Valley staff and students, along with members of the community put their names on an enormous mural, three stories tall, painted not with brushstrokes, but with signatures. Click here to read entire article.
WOLBACH -- “It’s as much a learning experience for the whole family as it is for the student coming here,” Janice Steenson said regarding her choice to host Natalia Uszynski during the 2017-18 Central Valley school year. Click here to read entire article.