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Eric Peters Memorial Scholarship Established for Catt-LV Students

OLEAN, N.Y. — Eric Peters, a 2008 Cattaraugus-Little Valley High School graduate with a passion for reading, sports and service, had just finished his sophomore year at SUNY Fredonia when he unexpectedly passed away in June 2010. July 26 he would have turned 24. To honor his memory his parents, Randy and Laurie Peters of Little Valley, have established the ... Read More »

New Principal at Helm at Catt-LV

Pavone Began Middle School Tenure in October By Jeff Martin Gayle Pavone has many goals as the newly hired middle school principal for the Cattaraugus-Little Valley School District. Hired in late September and beginning her role officially on Oct. 28, Pavone said her current circumstances are actually more manageable and conducive for success than when she served as director of ... Read More »

Smart Tips for Sports Parents: Be Loud, Be Proud, Be Positive

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By Jann Wiswall Most of us have heard horror stories about parents behaving badly at their children’s sporting events. Dads punching coaches. Moms berating kids on the other team. Parental melees occurring over “bad” calls. Fortunately, said Ellicottville Central Schools Athletic Director Karl Schwartz, “The culture in Ellicottville is very positive. Parents generally understand that coaches have their child’s best ... Read More »

Catt-LV Contemplating Use of Vacant Building

by Jeff Cole The Cattaraugus-Little Valley Central School District is contemplating what to do with its soon-to-be-vacant Little Valley campus building. Most recently, the 55,000-square-foot edifice housed the district’s Little Valley prekindergarten class, third- and fourth-grade classes and a prekindergarten classroom that was leased to BOCES. After this school year, the structure, which is located at 207 Rock City St., ... Read More »

Cattaraugus Little Valley School Closing Update

Savings to be Higher than Anticipated By Eva Potter “With a heavy heart and a lot of anxiety on some of the board members, I think, and parts of the community, yes, we made the decision to bring all of our students here on the Cattaraugus campus and to be one school,” said Jon Peterson, superintendent of the Cattaraugus-Little Valley ... Read More »

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