Branding Request Procedures
The Branding Compliance Committee is now at a point where we can begin to honor branding requests. That said, following the procedures listed below will help us to ensure consistency and fidelity with our brand moving forward. We are so excited to have a new and exciting identity for our district we hope will live infinitely as the symbol of what it means to be a Colonial. We recognize there will be some growing pains as we transition between old and new, and ask for your continued patience and support. When making a request to use any of the branding materials, please submit the required information using the CVSD Brand Usage Request Form. When working with outside vendors, please make sure to adhere to all requirements, including colors and fonts, as defined in the Branding Standards Manual, available by visiting the Branding page of the district website.
Steps for the Branding Request Process:
* Beth Groden, Branding Compliance Liaison, will serve as the point person for all communications with vendors regarding questions about design or image files.
We are preparing to release the new letterhead, envelope design, and business card templates in the near future. Instructions on how best to use these files will accompany any documents that are released.
Branding Compliance Committee
Evolution of the Colonial
Our Colonial mascot has evolved over time to our present day rendition. The Conewago Valley School District has known many Colonials since 1971 and we are ready to adopt our 2015 version and maintain its legacy for many years to come. In the past, organizations associated with the district utilized unique versions of the Colonial which led to numerous mascots which has become confusing to both our students and community. We are pleased to offer our final Colonial, one that will unify our district with one version for all to utilize and solidify the Colonial spirit of which we are all so proud.
2015 Colonial Mascot and Academic Shield