Category Archives: News

Dr. Huesken Reflects Upon His Service at CVSD

By Jake Lemke ’18 “I think I’ve created a culture where people feel they can take risks,” Dr. Gerald Huesken said when reflecting upon his 19 years of being superintendent…

Studying Abroad: It’s Not Too Good to Be True

By Janae Taft ’18 While some high school students crave the comfort of their own home and family, a select few have that desire to explore, learn and grow outside…

Fewer Participants Equals Forward Progress: 2014-2015 Conestoga Valley Science and Engineering Fair 

By Jack Kinsey ’16 and Mai Le ’16 The 2014-15 Conestoga Valley Science and Engineering Fair had far fewer projects than in previous years due to a change in the…

CV Loses a Beloved Community Member

By Tiff Dimm ‘15 On the morning of Monday, December 15, beloved Conestoga Valley math teacher Nicole Mathewson passed away as a result of homicide in her home. She was…

Before December Seventh: The Causes of Pearl Harbor

By Tiffany Dimm ’16 This month, Americans remember a day that “shall live in infamy” which plunged our nation into the Second World War. On December 7th, 1941, Japanese aircraft…

Harlem Wizards Wow CV

By Rachel Ashmore ’14 As promised, Saturday November 23, the Harlem Wizards delivered a night of “tricks, hoops, and alley oops.” Many children attended the event, and the Wizards included…

Conestoga Valley Rebrands, Redesigns Insignia

By Brandon Lê ’14 Conestoga Valley School District recently redesigned all of its primary insignia, as well as updated its motto to reinforce the district’s 21st century “brand.” The former…

Huh? It’s a universal word

By Amina Khan Los Angeles Times (MCT) LOS ANGELES — Humans speak many languages, but we may be united in our confusion. A new study examined languages from around the…