Ping Pong Club The CV Ping Pong Club is open to all students for informal play using tables and equipment belonging to the school. The club meets in Room 139 every other Thursday from approximately 3:10 to 4:00 p.m. Up to four students may play at each of six tables, and students rotate through as games are completed. Different tables are designated for beginning and advanced students. If you have any questions, please contact Club Advisor J. La Pointe, Room 285, at We hope to see you there!
Advisor: Mrs. J. LaPointe
Pokemon Club This club meets to discuss the ideas of Pokemon Go, the stories behind certain Pokemon and show some episodes from the animated series. It will allow students the opportunity to be in a relaxed, safe and fun environment after school. Pokemon Club is open to all students. We meet every other Wednesday in the IMC after school until 4:00pm.
Advisor: Mrs. W. Fry
PULSE Club/Health Club Advisors: Mrs. S. Jaquette and Mrs. J. Pyers
Quiz Bowl Students who are good at academic trivia in areas of math, science, history, literature, presidents, sports, TV, and current events meet once a week to practice. Our practices are for preparation to compete in four member teams against members of the Capital Area Quiz Bowl League (CAQBL). The team also competes in tournaments throughout central PA. The coaches select eight or nine students to compete on the traveling team to compete in these very competitive competitions.
Advisors: Mr. A. Thoman and Ms. D. Hull
Random Acts of Kindness (RAK) The Random Acts of Kindness Club strives to bring small moments of cheer to the students of CVHS through simple means. This club is for anyone who has a big heart and wishes to share it with others. Meetings are held once a month, usually on the last (or 2nd to last) Wednesday of the month in room 245.
Advisor: Ms. N. Leitzell
Reading Council Reading Council is a group of students who are dedicated to making the CVHS Library and its related programs great experiences for everyone. We advise the IMC staff on library procedures and collection choices; Run and maintain the IMC Friday Cafe; Discuss great books we've read and look for amazing NEW titles; and plan school-wide library-sponsored events such as student/teacher book clubs, video game and movie afternoons, book fairs at Barnes and Noble, National Library Week activities, and various other contests and promotions.
Advisor: Mrs. K. Boehne-Miele

Robotics Club Advisor: Mr. J. Foerster and Mr. J. Kofmehl
Rock Climbing Club The club provides students with the opportunity to connect with other students through common interests such as rock climbing.  It would also help students improve from all skill levels by utilizing the instructors and staff at the climbing facility.  Students would gain more knowledge about the hobby they already enjoy.
Advisor: Mrs. D. Rupp
Rubik's Cube Club Advisor: Mrs. A. Rogalski
Science Olympiad The CV Science Olympiad team consists of 15 CV students who plan, build, and study in a number of areas related to biology, chemistry, physics and the earth sciences in an after school program. This preparation, in cooperation with CV science faculty who act as coaches, ultimately culminates in a competition with other schools in our central PA region. This event is held in early March at a local college or university. The competition requires the students and their advisor (me) to be absent from school on the day of the competition. If the team is successful, it may then go on to the state competition. In addition to our high school team, there is also a middle school team from Eagle View.
Advisor: Mr. R. Stanley
Ski-Snowboarding Club Ski Club is open to all students interested in skiing and/or snowboarding. Novices to experts are welcome. Our members receive a discount on purchasing the Ski Roundtop Night Club Card and also receive group rate pricing at other resorts when we travel as a club. Weekly bus transportation to and from local ski resorts—Ski Roundtop and Ski Liberty—will be available to members as an option.  Trips to various resorts will also be planned.
Advisors: Mr. T. Harral, Mr. G. Lucas and Mrs. R. Hornung
Sound of Healing This club was created to give students the opportunity to utilize their musical ability by reaching out and giving back to the community.
Advisor: Mrs. J. Schramm
Speech and Debate Team
Spring Musical - Spring Production
The high school musical is a full-scale Broadway musical show, complete with costumes, scenery, choreography, and performed with orchestral accompaniment. Auditions are held mid-year followed by several months of rehearsals culminating with three performances in the spring. High school students are encouraged to audition, as well as help with set design, construction, stage crew, props, and all other aspects of the musical theater.
Advisor: Mrs. J. Schramm
STAND Darfur CV STAND is a club that focuses on raising awareness for human rights' issues; we discuss current events such as the refugee crisis and immigration reform. Our meetings are a place for anyone to come and voice their opinions on these issues while gaining awareness of what is happening in the world around them. We meet on the last Thursday of every month in room 234 (Herr Noll's room in the language hallway). Pizza is always provided!
Advisor: Mr.D.Noll
STILES-Elementary Language
Advisor: Mrs. L. Ziegler
Student Council
The purpose of the Student Council is to promote internal harmony, to provide service to the student body, to stimulate and recognize outstanding achievement and to promote the general welfare of the school.
Advisor: Mr. E. Landis
Susquehanna Service Dog Club Susquehanna Service Dogs (SSD) club is an extension of SSD, a local non-profit that trains service dogs for individuals with disabilities. SSD Club is run by student volunteers who educate the CV community on the function and importance of service dogs, and provides club members with insight into the training process and volunteer experience. During the school year, club meetings are always announced on CVTV, and are generally held every other Tuesday from 3 to 4 in the blended learning commons. SSD dogs are regularly in attendance. Club members also have the opportunity to socialize new litters of service dog puppies, fund raise, and seek out volunteer positions if desired. Additionally, the club is working to get CV's own SSD facility dog to assist students and staff in the high school guidance office. Come and check out Susquehanna Service Dogs Club! New members are always welcome! Advisor: Mrs K.Clements

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