It Takes One (ITO) ITO stands for "It Takes One" - referring to the need for bystanders to support targets of bullying behavior. Students who are involved in the club will be trained to be effective active bystanders. The training will involve teaching students to support targets of bullying in a positive way, either when it is happening - only if safe and the student is comfortable- or later by letting the target know they do not support the bullying behavior. Some club members will welcome new students, introduce them to other students, and help them become familiar with the school. We are also planning some activities to pair students who need extra support with club members who can support them. Some members of the club will gain community support and publicize bully prevention efforts at CV. Other club members will be student representatives on our bully prevention team. Another responsibility of club members will be to train others on how to be effective active bystanders and support students who are targets of bullying behavior.
Advisors: Mrs. K. Baldwin, Mrs. G. Johnson and Mr. R. Martin
JROTC Battalion
Advisor: Col. J. Kardos
Key Club Click here to view the Key Club webpage.
​Advisors: Ms. A. Ferree and Mr. S. Fish

Knowledge Masters Open Advisor: Mrs. A. Miller
Latin Club The Latin Club is open to all students of Latin. This club provides an opportunity to enhance the study of Latin through holiday celebrations, field trips, and other related activities.
Advisor: Mr. M. Erdman
Linux Club Students will be able to discuss the goings-on in the Linux and Free Software community and other Computer Science topics. It will act as a platform for students to learn about and discuss Linux with direct applications in real life situations; such as server management, proper security practices and enterprise programming.
Advisor: Mrs. K. Boehne-Miele
Meme Club Meme Club participants will meet to share laughter and memes. The focus is to have fun, smile and laugh together.
Advisor: Mrs. M. Blacksmith
Mock Trial-Competitive Club The Mock Trial Competition Team is open to all students who are interested in the legal field, specifically the “court situation.” This is a statewide competition, which is open to all high schools in Pennsylvania. Schools compete in a district competition twice, pleading both the plaintiff and defense of a case written by Temple University Law School. The school having the highest average score of both competitions will then compete in district elimination for the state championship. The winner of the state championship then goes on to National Competition. Students work with a team of lawyers in preparing for the competition. It is sponsored in conjunction with the Pennsylvania Young Trial Lawyers Association. Students taking Business Law and Society as an elective would be very well prepared for the competition although any student may participate. Approximately 80 hours preparation is required after school and on weekends.
Advisor: Mr. B. Bullock
Model United Nations
Model United Nations is often referred to as MUN or Model UN. The club will learn parliamentary procedure, simulate a UN conference and how to conduct research in order to prepare for a conference. The ultimate goal will be to teach members how to go to a conference in order to attend one. The club will help teach students about international politics and other countries' views on current events. Students will learn how the UN works and how it helps countries reach conclusions in a diplomatic manner. Club meets every Monday from 3-4pm in room 210.
Advisor: Mr. D. Palyo

Music Production Club

Advisor: Mr.C. Frantz

National Art Honor Society
Advisors: Mrs.A. Rubinic and Mr. P. Nagle

National Honor Society
Advisors: Mr. K. Ensminger and Mrs. R. Dominick

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