After initially stating that PSAT/NMSQT testing is not currently allowed on campuses, the Los Angeles County of Public Health released an announcement on Sept. 18 stating that the PSAT/NMSQT can be administered on campuses as long as all safety and social distancing guidelines are adhered to. This means that the tests can be administered only in small groups of no more than 12 students in a room with proper attention to physical distancing, face coverings and up to two adult test proctors. Care will be given to ensure that the different cohorts do not mix or gather together upon arrival or departure or during break times.
Supplies (pencils, etc.) will be used by single individuals and not shared.
CVHS Football Raising Money
Crescenta Valley Falcon football is holding an online campaign to combat the loss of fundraising revenue due to COVID-19. Donations are tax deductible and a receipt will be issued for gifts received. To donate, visit
CV Theatre Arts Seeking Donations
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, CV Theatre Arts will not receive any funding this school year from its usual sources of revenue, yet it is anticipated that the theater program will need at least $15,000 for the 2020-21 season. Shows will be produced live or online, whatever is possible, and help is needed. No matter the venue, costs will accrue for licensing, teaching artists and technical needs. These costs, plus costumes, props, and more are now on the shoulders of CV Theatre Arts.
Donations are being sought for the Crescenta Valley Theater Arts Foundation in any amount to help students keep theater alive at CV. All donations are tax-deductible! To donate, visit https://www.nfggive.com/donation/26-3394943. Another easy way to contribute is with Amazon Smile. Go to smile.amazon.com, choose “Crescenta Valley Theater Arts Foundation” as the charitable organization of choice, and then shop as usual. A percentage of all purchases will then be automatically donated to the Foundation. Just be sure to bookmark smile.amazon.com as the Amazon search engine.