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SV music logo March means music in our schools!
March is always a musical month here in Susquehanna Valley. Sabers singers and musicians will be very busy this month performing both in and out of our buildings. 
Logo for 13 Reasons Why Not wellness event You're invited to join a very important conversation
The television mini-series 13 Reasons Why has spurred a national conversation on supporting tweens and teens as they navigate their increasingly complicated lives. That conversation continues March 28 at at 13 Reasons Why Not Parent Resource Night for Mental Wellness and Suicide Awareness to be held at Vestal High School. This free event (including free child care) is open to all. THIS FLYER provides all the details, including how to register for the event.  
National Junior Honor Society adds new members at R.T.S. image National Junior Honor Society adds new members at R.T.S.
The Richard T. Stank Middle School chapter of the National Junior Honor Society is now twenty-one members stronger. The newest members took the pledge November 2. 
STEM careers in spotlight at R.T.S. image STEM careers in spotlight at R.T.S.
We're hearing a lot these days about STEM education and steering young girls toward careers in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math). We at Susquehanna Valley wholeheartedly support that mission and continue to find ways to introduce these concepts to our students. Click the headline to read more.  
Sabers at STEAMfest image Sabers at STEAMfest
Susquehanna Valley had a presence at STEAMfest, held at the Oakdale Mall, Johnson City October 21. The event, designed to encourage young people to explore careers in the STEM fields, attracted hundreds of people. 
Photo of Animal Adventure Park owner Jordan Patch speaking to students with sloth clinging to his shirt A Great Kick-Off to Genius Hour
Richard T. Stank Middle School was buzzing with activity September 11, as the entire staff and student body assembled in the cafeteria to get acquainted and hear from one of Susquehanna Valley's most successful graduates. 
RTS Stands Up to Bullying!
We want our schools to be free of bullying and harassment - a place where students, staff and visitors feel safe and respected - a place for learning and having fun. Let's all do our part!  To report bullying or harassment, use this INCIDENT REPORT FORM. 
We're Going Green! image We're Going Green!
At Richard T. Stank Middle School, we are going GREEN! We are once again collecting and redeeming ink cartridges, cell phones, iPods, video games and consoles, scientific and graphing calculators, DVDs and GPS devices, digital cameras and laptops. Money from our Go Green campaign is used to help our P.T.O. offset the cost of some of the programs they provide to our students.

Go Green runs all through the school year, so if you've got any of these items laying around, you can drop them off at the RTS Middle School Main Office (or send them in with your child) and help keep our planet clean and green and raise money for our student programs!

Join the Richard T. Stank Middle School P.T.O.
Get more involved in what's going on in your school. Join the RTS Middle School Parent-Teacher Organization. Get started by downloading and printing the
Students/parents can now access CAREER CRUISING 
2017223111135679_image.jpg image PARENTS: The New York State Department of Health has issued an update on its meningoccocal vaccine requirement for the 2017-2018 school year. Visit our Health Services page to learn more.
Susquehanna Valley Central School District - 1040 Conklin Rd. Conklin, New York 13748 - (607) 775-0170

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