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A few important reminders
• If your student plans on participating in a summer camp or program where a copy of their most recent physical or immunizations are needed, please contact their school's health office.
• Speaking of physicals: we will offer physicals on Wednesday, August 7 from 8:00 - 3:00. Student athletes/parents can make appointments by calling Gayle Ditch at 607-775-9144
• We will be offering Music Camps this summer through our Summer Enrichment Program. The dates are different from our traditional summer enrichment. Band Camp for students going into Grades 5-8 will be July 29-August 1 from 9-11:30am:

Southern Tier String Camp for students going into grades 5-12 and graduates will be from 9-11:30am for Novice and Intermediate Groups and 9am-12pm for Advanced groups:
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Devendorf, Cook honored at Scholastic Dinner
Devendorf, Cook honored at Scholastic Dinner
Susquehanna Valley High School Class of 2024 Valedictorian Caroline Devendorf and Salutatorian Jimi Cook were among the guests of honor on June 20 at the 33rd Annual Broome-Tioga Scholastic Recognition Dinner.
RTS Fun Day dedicated to health and wellness
RTS Fun Day dedicated to health and wellness
Wednesday, June 12 was Fun Day at Richard T. Stank Middle School, and our students, staff and special guest presenters made the most of it!
Another great showing for SV High musicians at NYSSMA
Another great showing for SV High musicia...
The SV High School Concert Band and Orchestra were superb at the May 16 NYSSMA Festival!
FPD Principal Dr. Jill Rich is SAANYS Region 9 Elementary Administrator of the Year
FPD Principal Dr. Jill Rich is SAANYS Reg...
On Wednesday, May 29, Dr. Jill Rich, Principal of Francis P. Donnelly Elementary School, was presented with the 2024 SAANYS (School Administrators Association of New York State) Region 9 Elementary Administrator of the Year Award. Dr. Rich was joined at the recognition ceremony by Superintendent of Schools Natalie Brubaker.
SV's Nicholas Gates goes to Albany
SV's Nicholas Gates goes to Albany
Susquehanna Valley High School senior Nicholas Gates is getting a crash course in New York State government, courtesy of the League of Women Voters.
Kick It for Cans a BIG Success!
Kick It for Cans a BIG Success!
Our two elementary schools - and the community at large - came together on a drizzly day to enjoy a little friendly kickball competition and show what a great community Susquehanna Valley is. 
Summer Enrichment Registration Underway
Summer Enrichment Registration Underway
Who's ready for summer? How about Summer Enrichment? We are, that's who!
SV High trio attends annual Hatala Orthodontics event
SV High trio attends annual Hatala Orthod...Three Susquehanna Valley High School students took part in the recent Job Shadow Day event at Hatala Orthodontics. Read More...
Looking for substitute work? We NEED YOU!
Looking for substitute work? We NEED YOU!
Susquehanna Valley CSD has an immediate need for substitute teachers, aides and nurses!
A message from the SVSEF
A message from the SVSEF
For more than 50 years, a group of people have been helping SV graduates pursue further education with interest-free loans. That group, which oversees the Susquehanna Valley Student Educational Fund, has launched a new appeal and public awareness effort.

Parents encouraged to fill out free/reduced meals application
Parents encouraged to fill out free/reduc...
The folks at Rock on Café have been fielding a lot of questions along the lines of: "If school meals are all free this year, why do I still need to fill out the free/reduced meals application?" Julie Raway from the Rock on Café has THREE GOOD REASONS!
Visitor procedures now include photo ID r...
Susquehanna Valley Schools are now requiring photo ID for visitors to our buildings. Visitors are welcome in the Susquehanna Valley School District. Each of our school buildings is equipped with an access control system. Every visitor to our buildings must have a photo ID to pick up students and or gain entrance into the building beyond the security vestibule. When visiting a school, go to the Main Office entrance, push the button on the access control system, identify yourself with photo ID, sign in and obtain a pass. Please obtain permission if you expect to visit a specific area of the building.
P-EBT Benefits
P-EBT BenefitsAny families who have questions about pandemic-related P-EBT benefits are encouraged to visit this website or call 1-833-452-0096.  This is not something that any school personnel are able to assist with.  
SV Dollars for Scholars needs YOU!
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.
SV is Standing Up to Bullying
SV is Standing Up to BullyingWhen we all work together, we can make bullying a thing of the past.  CLICK HERE to learn more. 
In the Spotlight

One of our most talented young Sabers made quite an impression May 12 in the Binghamton Youth Symphony Concert. Trevor Osterhout received the prestigious Sheri Heath Memorial Award at the event, honoring his musical excellence and leadership among an orchestra featuring outstanding young musicians from the Broome County area. BRAVO Trevor!!  

Young boy musician in a field with a plaque and his cello
Trevor Osterhout

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