Advisor: Angela Doody
CV High School Drama Club
Meeting Information: Second and Fourth Tuesdays in Room 268 at 3:30 p.m
Break the Silence/SADD
Advisor: Sabrina Lindsay
Raising awareness for the opioid epidemic and substance use disorder/abuse and prevention in the high school and community. This club is also a SADD chapter.
Meeting Information: Every other Friday, after school in the Learning Commons
CATCH My Breath Club
Advisor: Yet to be determined
The CATCH Global Foundation is a 501(c) public charity aimed to improve children’s health worldwide. CATCH programs are used in approximately 15,000 schools throughout the U.S., reaching 3 million youth annually. CATCH is also used widely in other countries, including Uruguay, Ecuador, and the Dominican Republic, with current program expansion efforts underway in Canada and Kenya. Join the first-ever CATCH high school chapter if you are interested in engaging in meaningful discussions about substance abuse prevention while promoting health through outreach and advocacy.
Meeting Information: TBD
Please fill out this brief Google Form if you are interested.
Advisor: Mrs. J. Pyers
We provide our high school access to an environmental focused club. We
help start the conversation about environmental issues with our community.
Club Green focuses on sharing low waste crafts, combating the littering problem on Cumberland Valley grounds, and sharing tips on how to live a low waste lifestyle.
Meeting Information: 2nd and 4th Wednesday. 3:05 – 3:35, except “event days” – they end at 4:00. Room 100
Advisor: Señorita Wroblewski
Interested in exploring the Spanish culture, indulging in Spanish media & entertainment, and practicing speaking and listening to Spanish outside of the classroom environment? This club will support students who are currently struggling in their Spanish courses and provide a collaborative space where Spanish students of different skill sets and levels may interact.
Questions? Reach out to email@example.com
Meeting Information: Wednesdays (first meeting February 23, 2022) from 3-4 in room 242.
Advisor: Mr. J Yohe
Students will share coding challenges and their love for writing programs. Students will talk about contests and other coding opportunities.
Meeting Information: Second Monday of the month, 4:05 p.m., via Mr. Yohe’s Zoom
Cumberland Valley FFA
Advisors: Darla Romberger, Jeanne Case
Cumberland Valley FFA is an intra-curricular organization for students enrolled in an Agricultural Science course at CVHS. Prior to 1988, FFA stood for "Future Farmers of America," but changed its official name to the National FFA Organization to represent the growing diversity of agriculture and natural resources. The mission of FFA is to make a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth, and career success through Agricultural Education.
Meeting Information: All meetings in CVHS Room 138 from 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Monday, November 8th
Wednesday, December 8th
Wednesday, January 26th
Wednesday, February 23rd
Wednesday, March 9th
Wednesday, April 6th
Advisor: Matt Billman
The club raises awareness of social, political, and environmental issues that exist on the African Continent.
Meeting Information: Afternoons, via Zoom at 3:30 pm Join this Group Me for the zoom link
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CV Asian Culture Club
Advisor: Jess Mealy
CV Asian Culture Club will be working to spread and promote awareness within our community about the cultures, backgrounds, and heritages of countries in Asia. We will talk about current news and events, engage in various controversial topics, and allow members to express their personal experiences.
Meeting Information: Last Wednesday of each month in Room 273
CV eSports Club
Advisors: Mr. Newara, Mr. Emerick
The CV eSports Club is focused on bringing together 9-12th graders to play in competitive video games against other high school students across the country. Students compete together in high school-level eSports tournaments and leagues in various video games, such as Rocket League, League of Legends, Valorant, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and more.
Meeting Information: Mondays from 3-4 p.m., specific dates will be announced in Schoology and other social media platforms. Room 273 for all-person club meetings, Mr. Newara’s room is 158 for anything physically important about the club.
Advisor: Mr. Stuckey
Interested in Engineering, but don't know what field? Join CV Engineering! We will discuss different fields and allow you to experience what they would do!
Meeting Information: Frist Meeting is on November 18th from 3:10-4:10 in Mr. Stuckey's room (132). If interested, fill out https://forms.gle/YXtpsnqxDscW28vJ8 If you have any questions, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
________________________________________________________________CV History Club
Advisor: Mr. Haley
Co-presidents: Ryan Thomas and Christian Gensbigler
We will explore historical events through a variety of methods such as guest speakers, documentaries, other forms of media, intra-club competitions, and community projects. Through many fun and engaging activities, we want to help people enhance their interests in history and show them how there is history in everything.
Meeting Information: November 18th 3:15 to 4:15 (Mr. Haley's Room)
CV Linguistics Club
Advisor: Martin Widolff
The CV Linguistics Club promotes an awareness of and interest in the field of linguistics by (1) helping students prepare for the North American Linguistics Olympiad (NACLO) and similar linguistics competitions; (2) coordinating and preparing a rotating “Language and Culture Presentation” poster display, which highlights a diverse range of natural and constructed languages; and (3) hosting a “CV Linguistics Seminar Series”, where external guest speakers are invited to give seminars on a range of linguistics topics.
Meeting Information: Every other Tuesday, starting November 2nd at 4:00 PM via zoom Zoom link (Meeting ID: 601 895 1567, password: linguistic)
CV Minds Matter
Advisor: Annie Polillo
A place for students to come and practice healthy mental health techniques with each other. Students can talk to other students and feel comfortable sharing their struggles.
Meeting Information: Club is not meeting this year
CV Neuroscience Club
Advisor: Todd Harral
Students will learn about various aspects of the brain and biology, how it relates to human behavior, and discuss careers related to neuroscience.
If you are interested in joining or have any questions, please contact Shivani Venkatesh at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meeting Information: Third Thursday of each month starting on 10/21/21 in room 252
CV Photography Club
Advisor: Mr. Bollinger email@example.com
Do you love to take photos, but want to take them to the next level? Then join CV Photography Club! We will explore the field of photography together. Join our GroupMe (https://groupme.com/join_group/83486081/BlEDge9t) and email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
CV Social Justice Union
Advisor: Erin Mengel/Jason Haley
The purpose of CV Social Justice Union is to raise awareness about marginalized communities in our local area and around the world. We hope to foster dialogue about social justice issues at the high school and how to solve them.
Meeting Information: Monday (once a month) starting October 25th at 3:05 in room 247
CV Stree Free
Advisor: Mrs. Kern
This club is all about learning to cope with your stress, balancing your daily life, and calming your mind using a unique meditation technique called Sahaja Yoga Meditation. Practiced on a regular basis, Sahaja Yoga helps to maintain good physical, emotional, and mental health. You achieve a spirituality that is both free and joyous. You can achieve this spiritual freedom regardless of your religious background and its teachings.
Interested? Join our GroupMe using the link: https://groupme.com/join_group/86003775/dJOMDrmt
Meeting Information: Mondays from 3:15 to 3:45
CV Quiz Bowl / BrainBusters
We work to compete in knowledge-based academic competitions locally. We practice with questions from all types of topics to work on speed and recall of knowledge.
Meeting Information: Club is not meeting this year
D & D Club (Dungeons and Dragons)
Advisor: Ms. Mitchell
Do You Like Math and Fantasy? And have a sense of imagination? Then the D&D Club is right for you! A fun roleplaying adventure game where a combination of imagination and math come to life. Where compelling stories take place to shape your adventure and your party, anything you can think will make a great idea for a story, this is dungeons and dragons.
Meeting Information: Wednesdays from 3:00-4:00 Room 219
Advisor: Kristin Stroh
The dance team is a year-round program that competes on a varsity level. We begin our year with tryouts in the spring, attend summer camp, hold fundraisers, practice throughout the fall and winter, and compete in the winter months. We perform at varsity football, soccer, basketball, and pep rallies in addition to competing.
Meeting Information: Tuesdays and Thursdays 4-5:30 pm, Cafeteria
Advisor: Miss Edgerly
Fashion Club exists to give students a creative outlet and a way to express themselves outside of school through fashion and other activities.
Meeting Information: Every other Wednesday, Afternoons (3:30 - 4/4:30) -Room 177/ Online
Advisor: Terri Consevage and Brian Bullock
Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda is an organization for students who are preparing for careers in business or who are just simply interested in learning more about the free enterprise system. FBLA helps students develop leadership abilities, and prepare for entry into the business world, and advancement within a business or business-related occupation. Students learn how to engage in business enterprise, how to direct the affairs of a group, and how to compete honorably in competitive events, which helps prepare them to be better employees and citizens.
Meeting Information: Room 226 at 3:05. Wednesdays starting 9/22. For the first two meetings, FBLA officers will meet the students from 9th grade at the bus loop to escort them to Room 226.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)
Advisor: Craig Wilburn
At FCA, students gather to learn more about what it looks like to live out their faith and continually deepen their relationship with Christ. Meetings include a variety of activities such as student-led devotions, small group discussions, guest speakers, games, and eating good food.
Meeting Information: Every Tuesday, 7:25, Room 233
Financial and Stock Market Club (FSM)
Advisor: Mrs. Beaver
Interested in Finance and Investing? Looking for a field to thrive? The Financial and Stock Market Club (FSM) is the right place for you. Guest Speakers will come in and teach about the world of Finance and the Stock Market. Members will compete against each other by paper trading, or investing with made-up money to create their best portfolio.
Meeting Information: Fridays at 3:30-4:30, in room 217
Advisor: Monsieur Stankiewicz
To explore the various aspects of the French Language and Culture in a relaxed, supportive environment. Our club is dedicated to learning more about the French language and culture and having a fun time with fellow French students.
Meeting Information: Thursdays (bi-weekly) 3:05 in room 230
Advisor: Dustin Noll
German Club is open to all CV high school students who are interested in exploring the German language and culture. Students will participate in fun activities and games while at the same time learning about the traditions of German culture.
Meeting Information: First Thursday of every month starting October 7, 2021
Girls Who Code
Advisor: Stacey Knerr
Girls Who Code is a club for 6-12th grade females to teach them to code and inspire them to take STEM courses and/or pursue STEM careers.
Meeting Information: Every Tuesday from 5:30 to 6:30 via zoom - Ms. Knerr's Zoom Room Link:
Golden Years Club
Advisor: Bobbi Logan
Golden Years Club is a club designed to give back to the elderly in our community. Club members provide various services at local nursing homes, with the ultimate goal in helping, supporting, and befriending the elderly in their golden years of life.
Meeting Information: One/two times a month- Wednesdays, via Zoom
High School Student Council
Advisor: Gena McVitty
Student Council is the umbrella government body of the school.
Meeting Information: Every other Wednesday from 3:05 PM - 4:00 PM. Location - top left of cafeteria.
HOSA (Health Occupations Student Association)
Advisor: Kristin Shumway and Stacey Andrew
This club is open to any student interested in pursuing a career in health sciences. The club focuses on bringing speakers to educate members about possible fields of study. The club also focuses on educating members about topics within their fields of interest.
Meeting Information: One Tuesday per month - look for an announcement in our Schoology group
It Takes One
Advisor: Kim Baldwin
ITO is focused on creating a positive school culture where all students feel safe, welcomed, and supported, and bullying or negative behavior is not accepted. ITO is a great place to meet other students and help foster a positive school environment.
Meeting Information: Second Tuesday of the month at 3:00 PM in the LGI
Advisor: Mike Lutz
Key Club is an international, student-led organization that provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character and develop leadership.
Meeting Information: First Wednesday of the month, 3:30, via Zoom
KMO- Knowledge Masters Open
Advisor: Anne Marie Miller
Quiz Bowl-style academic competition for S.I. students.
Meeting Information: December and May, 29 (may have to change location due to covid)
Advisor: Chuck Emig
Safe space, education, and support group for LGBT community
Meeting Information: 21-22 School Year ???
Advisor: Anne Marie Miller
Consumer knowledge. Quiz bowl style. Five categories
Meeting Information: From Nov to April once/month, Team and coach convenience. Will meet in person; however, if needed will be via Zoom.
Magic the Gathering Club
Students gather to play Magic the Gathering. Special events are run routinely.
Meeting Information: Unknown at this time.
Mega Math Modeling Challenge
Advisor: Anne Marie Miller
Math Modeling competition. Real-world application. National level.
Meeting Information: Zoom or in-person as needed.
OM- Odyssey of the Mind
Advisor: Anne Marie Miller
Creative problem-solving competition. Teams are 5-7 members. Prepare a long-term problem solution and practice spontaneously.
Meeting Information: Zoom and/or 294 in person later in the year to build props etc.
Advisor: Pete Mashinski
This club puts together a Veterans Day program for our community,
Meeting Information: Room 256
Red Cross Club
Advisor: Mrs. Orner
The American Red Cross, a humanitarian organization spearheaded by volunteers from all over the world, provides relief to victims of disasters, helps people prevent and prepare for disasters, and responds to emergencies. Come join CV American Red Cross if you have a passion for voluntary service!
Meeting Information: Our first meeting will be on Wednesday, October 27th at 3:00 p.m. Room 170
Please fill out this brief Google form if you are interested. https://forms.gle/FHfYyMHGnQWw93ru5
S4ND Students For Nuclear Disarmament
S4ND is a club designed to educate students about nuclear weapons and the need to end the proliferation of these weapons.
Meeting Information: TBD - may be disbanded
Advisor: Chris Irvin
Science Olympiad is a competitive science team. Members work together to prepare for competition against science olympiad teams from other schools.
Meeting Information: Tuesdays at 3:10 PM in Room 139 or 152
Ski and Snowboard Club
Advisor: Todd Harral & Gregg Lucas
Offers annual weekend trip to New England mountains.
Meeting Information: 252 or 231 ____________________________________________________________________________
Advisor: Mr. Labra
The Cumberland Valley Spikeball Club will provide a special and growing community of students with common interests. We will meet after school until 4:30. We will meet in the Eagle Lobby to walk to our outdoor location. This club will introduce students to new people and new ways to make memories. We will play tournament style, classic spikeball, one-on-one-on-one-on-one, and "speed spike". These variations will keep the club interesting and all-inclusive! All are welcome.
and connect with us on Instagram @cvspikeballclub
Technology Student Association (TSA)
Advisor: Jason Kofmehl/Kara Boehne, Elizabeth Kern, Vlad Ciuta, Stefanie Casner
The Technology Student Association (TSA) enhances personal development, leadership, and career opportunities in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM), whereby members apply and integrate these concepts through intracurricular activities, competitions, and related programs. TSA is accelerating student achievement and supporting teachers by providing engaging opportunities to develop STEM skills.
Meeting Information: 11 am & 2 pm alternating - Zoom
The Cumberland Valley Pad Project
Advisor: Natalie Leitzell
Follow us on Instagram @cvpadproject
The Cumberland Valley Pad Project is working towards raising awareness for women's menstrual hygiene in rural regions of developing countries, as well as educating on the difficulties these women face and working hard to help to benefit them. We will also be focusing on helping and providing menstrual products for underprivileged women in our own communities. Our goal is to come together as a group and educate on and benefit those less fortunate than us.
Meeting Information: We meet once a month after school Meeting dates and locations are publicized on our Instagram account and will appear on CVTV. Follow us (@cvpadproject) to stay up to date.
The Endangered Languages Club
Advisor: Mr. Widolff
Language is the soul of a culture! The club provides resources for endangered and regional dialects and languages, as well as connections to native speakers. Have you ever found yourself interested in a language or culture but haven't had the time or resources to learn? This club can help! Are you a part of a minority/regional culture and would like to advocate for it? join to help further the voice of your culture. Learn about the importance of dialect and the danger of its stigmatization. Possible volunteer hour opportunities help the Appalachians & their dialect later in the year.
Meeting Times: Every other Thursday starting on October 14th from 3:15-3:35 in room 238 Join the Discord: https://discord.gg/pRaWjweedt
Ultimate Frisbee Club
Advisor: Doug Blacksmith
The Ultimate Frisbee club is a positive environment for kids to meet other kids, be outside, and be active. Ultimate is a fast-paced action-packed team sport that requires teamwork. Students are welcoming to newcomers and are respectful of one another.
Meeting Information: TBD in the Spring
The CV UNICEF club is dedicated to educating members on global issues, and we are especially focused on relating these events to how they affect children. Our club functions primarily through bi-weekly meetings, supply drives, fundraising events, and guest speaker visits. Everyone is welcome to join.
Meeting Information: Every other Thursday Room 247
USA Memory Competition
Advisor: Anne Marie Miller
Learn memory techniques and practice for the competition.
Meeting Information: Meetings TBD by team members and coach availability.
Women’s History Club
Advisor: JoAnn Beaver
Are you interested in learning about strong and independent women throughout history? If so, then the Women’s History Club is for you!
Meeting Information: Wedmesdays from 3:00-4:00 in rom 217
Young Democrats of CV
Advisor: Darlene Dierwechter
The "Young Democrats of CV" would be a club for all students interested in progressive discourse and canvassing. Meetings would address relevant political issues and students would focus on spreading awareness of important political subjects. Students will hopefully have the opportunity to go out and register people to vote, support local candidates in relevant political races, and discuss viewpoints with people of like-minded and differing perspectives.
Meeting Information: Tuesdays, 3:00 PM in Room 150