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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! 

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Photo of Valedictorian Lucas Davy and Salutatorian Kelly Cady Davy, Cady lead Class of '18
Two outstanding young people will be leading their fellow Susquehanna Valley Sabers to the stage of the Forum June 23 when the SV High School Class of 2018 celebrates Commencement. Lucas Davy has earned Valedictorian honors and Kelly Cady is Salutatorian. 
clipart of girl walking dog RTS going to the dogs May 4
Folks looking to provide a forever home to a fuzzy friend - or just looking for a fun way for both you and your fuzzy friend to socialize for a good cause should mark May 4 on the calendar! 
Ed Gerety during 2015 appearance at RTS Middle School Renowned national speaker coming to Susquehanna Valley
Highly acclaimed motivational speaker and author Ed Gerety is coming to Susquehanna Valley with a message that is just right for our times. Mr. Gerety's message Standing Up for Your Greatness and the Greatness of Others parallels SV's ongoing commitment to building and nurturing the strong and respectful relationships that result in a safe learning environment.   
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. 
Children pose in front of boxes of donated food FPD generosity fills bellies!
What started out as a modest low-key goal to collect some food for hungry people in our area turned into a spirited challenge and competition among students and staff at Francis P. Donnelly Elementary School. It all resulted in a big donation to the Food Bank of the Southern Tier.  
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.  
Picture of student choir singing Sabers musicians hitting all the right notes
nother year, another collection of trophies and accolades for Susquehanna Valley instrumentalists and singers. 
sv musicians in virginia Bravo Sabers!
Congratulations to all of the Musicians that performed in Williamsburg, Virginia over spring break. Band, Chorus and Orchestra all earned Excellent ratings, with the Band placing second, and the Chorus and Orchestra placing first. We are incredibly proud of our talented and hard working musicians at Susquehanna Valley. Thank you from Mr. Apicella, Mrs. Miller, and Mrs. Olds for an outstanding and fun trip as a musical family. 
Picture of Sophia Kilmer's artwork Sus Valley artists shine at FASST
A number of talented Susquehanna Valley artists made a lasting mark at this year's Young at Art show at the Fine Arts Society of the Southern Tier. 
Sabers after Section IV championship Unbeatable Champions
The unbeatable Susquehanna Valley Sabers girls basketball team capped off a remarkable year by adding to a string of titles the Class B Championship in the Federation Tournament of Champions, defeating Aquinas 72-28!  Trinasia Kennedy was named Tournament MVP! A week prior to the Federation Tournament, the undefeated Sabers girls varsity basketball team earned its second NYSPHSAA Class B Championship with a 55-52 victory over Section 1's Irvington on St. Patrick's Day. The Sabers followed up their first STAC Championship since 1972 by capturing the Section IV crown. A March 16 victory over Midlakes propelled the Lady Sabers to the NYS Championship game! 
SV earns Utica National safety award
Susquehanna Valley CSD has earned special recognition for its ongoing commitment to school safety. Utica National Insurance Group has awarded SV a 2018 School Safety Excellence Award at the Titanium level.  
Talent show clipart SV High School talent show to make wishes come true!
Susquehanna Valley High School's National Honor Society has joined hands with the Central New York Make a Wish Foundation to put together a night of entertainment on the stage of SV High School's auditorium. A talent show to support the foundation's ongoing quest to make wishes come true. 
SV music logo March means music in our schools!
March is always a musical month here in Susquehanna Valley. Sabers singers and musicians were very busy during the month of March performing both in and out of our buildings. 
Photo of Ivan Gates with first place trophy from SkillsUSA regional competition SV High junior Ivan Gates takes top spot at regional SkillsUSA competition
When nearly 900 regional high school students descended on the campus of Morrisville State College February 2, Susquehanna Valley's Ivan Gates was among them. And when the day's competition was through, Ivan was holding a first place trophy and a spot in the states. 
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! 
District completes asbestos surveillance
Susquehanna Valley CSD has completed the inspection of all schools and buildings in accordance with the laws regarding asbestos as a potential health hazard for students, employees and visitors.  Also, a management plan has been developed in compliance with the Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act, which includes training of maintenance staff for safe handling, periodic re-inspection, surveillance and limited abatement by trained personnel.  A copy of this management plan is available upon request by contacting Ralph Schuldt at 775-9156. 
Sabers Gridiron Stars Among Elite 24 image Sabers Gridiron Stars Among Elite 24
When the Press and Sun-Bulletin and its partner newspapers in Elmira and Ithaca published their annual list of the Binghamton Region's 24 best high school football players - THE ELITE 24 - there were two very familiar names and faces on the list: Susquehanna Valley's Sean Kane and Jarred Freije. These two stellar Sabers earned this elite recognition during the very successful 2017-18 Section IV football campaign.  
National Honor Society spreads some joy in Conklin image National Honor Society spreads some joy in Conklin
Susquehanna Valley High School's National Honor Society members recently shared some time - and delicious ice cream - with residents at Conklin Senior Housing.  
Reading of the Names at Vietnam Veterans Memorial includes SV teacher Daniel Fitzgerald image Reading of the Names at Vietnam Veterans Memorial includes SV teacher Daniel Fitzgerald
The Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund hosted a number of special ceremonies in November to commemorate the 35th anniversary of the completion of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. One of those chosen to participate in the solemn Reading of the Names at "The Wall" was Daniel Fitzgerald, social studies teacher at SV's Richard T. Stank Middle School. 
Sabers Shine at BOCES Engineering Day image Sabers Shine at BOCES Engineering Day
Broome-Tioga BOCES welcomed more than 300 students from 14 area school districts to its Glenwood Road facilities for Engineering Day, October 25. When the judging was through, three teams from Richard T. Stank Middle School and S V High School were among the top scorers!   

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.

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