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two female graduates Class of 2018 steps into the future
A multi-talented, remarkable group of young people have said farewell to Susquehanna Valley High School. Donning their caps and gowns and carrying with them a mix of memories as Sabers and aspirations for all that awaits them, the Class of 2018 was center stage during Commencement at the Forum in Binghamton, Saturday, June 23. We in Saber country wish them all the best and anxiously look forward to seeing how high they fly! COMMENCEMENT PHOTOS HERE. 
backhoe digging up turf Our Capital Project: What You Need to Know
Now that the school year has ended, work has begun to really ramp up on the voter-approved capital project. Over the summer, it will be business as usual at Brookside and F.P. Donnelly, but the secondary campus will be a very active construction zone and there are some things you'll need to know about secondary access over the summer. 
Graduating senior greeted by elementary students Class of 2018 walks the halls of FPD, BKS
For many, if not most, of the members of the Susquehanna Valley High School Class of 2018, it was a return to their academic roots. On June 11, most of the graduating seniors hopped aboard buses and headed to Francis P. Donnelly and Brookside Elementary Schools to walk halls lined with well-wishing students, faculty and staff. Students held celebratory hand-made posters, and held out their hands for high fives as the seniors paraded past in their caps and gowns. PHOTOS HERE. 
Children parading on Flag Day F.P. Donnelly celebrates the flag!
The annual Flag Day celebration at Francis P. Donnelly Elementary School created a varitable sea of red, white and blue! Old Glory was the center of attention on a breezy June 14, as students paraded to the school courtyard to honor the nation's banner. In addition to numerous musical performances, there were tributes to attending military veterans, the yearbook dedication, and a fond farewell to longtime Donnelly faculty and staff who are retiring this year. PHOTOS HERE 
2016 Voter-Approved Capital Project
On December 6, 2016, Susquehanna Valley Central School District voters overwhelmingly approved a $15.2 million capital improvement project. The margin was 313-35. State aid will cover nearly 84% of the cost of the project, capital reserves accounting for the remaining local share, resulting in a zero tax increase capital project. Voters also, by a margin of 313-37,  approved establishing a new capital reserve fund of $10 million over ten years.

2018 SV Summer Sports Camps
The good news is: Susquehanna Valley will once again offer summer sports camps this year! However, due to ramped up construction work on our capital project, there will be a limited schedule of camps offered. Please see THIS BROCHURE for all the information and to register. See you at camp!
Fall Sports Physicals
Fall Sports physicals are scheduled for Monday, August 6 in the Richard T. Stank Middle School Health Office. This will be the ONLY DATE for physicals.  Call for an appointment: 775-9136 or 775-9131.
 
graphic of immunization PARENTS: The New York State Department of Health has issued an update on its meningoccocal vaccine requirement for the 2018-2019 school year. Visit our Health Services page to learn more.
Capital Project work advisory
Phase I work on the voter-approved Capital Project is underway on the secondary campus, as crews begin the process of replacing the grass athletic field with the artificial surface multi-use Sabers stadium. Please be aware that truck traffic will be accessing the campus and stadium area via the southeast tennis court entrance (Cherry Drive) AND Maple Avenue. The district is taking necessary steps to minimize disruption, but the field demolition work is likely to kick up some dust for awhile. We appreciate your patience and look forward to a grand opening at our new modern athletic facility in the not-too-distant future! You can follow along with the work by viewing construction images on our PHOTO GALLERIES page. 
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art teacher jeff renner and two students Artists and musicians share spotlight
A high school that can demonstrate such an abundance of artistic talent and musicianship must be doing something(s) right! An astounding level of talent and ability was on full display Thursday, June 7 in the Susquehanna Valley High School Spring Music Concert and Fine Arts Show. 
Thank you SV voters!
Voters in the Susquehanna Valley School District have approved a $38 million budget for the 2018-19 school year. The vote was 303-40. Re-elected to three year terms on the Board of Education: Robert Strick (289 votes) and Mark Leighton (254 votes), along with Jack Bell, who received 269 votes and will serve his first term on the board - also a three year term. Voters also approved a bus purchase proposition 196-48.  
Ceremonial check presentation Brookside 5th graders present generous donation to American Red Cross
It's sometimes wonderfully amazing how a seemingly routine classroom lesson can spur something much bigger. That's what happened when Brookside 5th grade students recently organized a series of fundraisers for the American Red Cross - an idea hatched during an English Language Arts section on natural disasters. 
robotics demonstration at board meeting New robotics program already producing results
At Susquehanna Valley High School, Robotics is not a futuristic concept. It's happening right now, and SV High technology teacher Nicholas Oetinger is leading the way! 
Picture of three S V teachers SV a strong presence at NYSCSS convention
SV's Mecca-Retzlaff elected president of the NYS Council for the Social Studies during annual convention in Albany. 
Clipart of dollar sign symbol with graduation cap SV Dollars for Scholars needs YOU!
Susquehanna Valley Dollars for Scholars is reaching out to our community for support of its mission to continue providing scholarship awards to deserving students.  
PHOTO of senior athlete with his parents Honoring senior athletes, parents
The Sabers Athletic Department recognizes the hard work and accomplishments of senior athletes, along with the dedication and sacrifice of their parents, grandparents and guardians during the winter sports season. On the WINTER SENIOR PARENT RECOGNITION PAGE, you can see the senior athletes with their biggest fans! 
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When we all work together, we can make bullying a thing of the past.  CLICK HERE to learn more. 


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