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IMPORTANT SCHEDULE UPDATE:
Due to the excessive heat forecast for this week, Susquehanna Valley CSD will be dismissing MS students at 11:30 and elementary students at 12:30 on Tuesday, 6/18.  Regents exams will be held as scheduled, however we will be moving the primary Regents Exam testing location to the MS cafeteria for all remaining exams. Students who use separate locations will still use those locations as planned.
                      
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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!
 
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A few important reminders
The final day of regular classes for students in grades 9-12 will be Thursday, June 13.  This will be an early dismissal at 11:30 for MS/HS students and 12:30 for elementary students.  Regents Exams will take place from June 14 through June 25.  The final day of classes for students in UPK through grade 8 will be Tuesday, June 18.  This will be a full day of classes.
• Brookside 5th Grade moving up ceremony: Monday, June 17 at 10:00 am (original date on district calendar was June 21)
Donnelly 5th Grade moving up ceremony: Tuesday, June 18 at 10:00 am (original date on district calendar was June 20)
• 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 prior to the last day of the school.
• 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: https://students.arbitersports.com/susquehanna-valley-central-school-district/band-camp

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: https://students.arbitersports.com/susquehanna-valley-central-school-district/southern-tier-string-camp
 
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!
 
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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.
 
Thank you SV Voters!
By a vote of 300-52, Susquehanna Valley School District residents have approved the proposed 2024-2025 budget. Our bus purchase proposition was also approved 321-51. Elected to three-year terms on the Board of Education were Ryan Remza (268 votes), Timothy Strnatka (267 votes), and Annie Bensley (219 votes).
 
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.
 
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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. 
 
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Sabers well-represented at BYSO concert
Sabers well-represented at BYSO concert
Susquehanna Valley will be well-represented at the Binghamton Youth Symphony concert in Binghamton on May 12. 
BYSO Vice-President (and SV Alumnus) Deborah Larson let us know that three gifted SV musicians - Julie LaMantia (SV High School), Ann Choi, and Trevor Osterhout (Richard T. Stank Middle School) will join student musicians from around the region to present the BYSO concert in Binghamton High School's Helen Foley Theater at 3:00 p.m.
 
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Summer Enrichment Registration Underway
Summer Enrichment Registration Underway
Who's ready for summer? How about Summer Enrichment? We are, that's who!
 
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RTS students take in Engineers Day at Lockheed Martin
RTS students take in Engineers Day at Loc...
What do uncooked spaghetti, gumdrops, and egg drop safe boxes have in common? One word. Engineering.
 
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SV High's FACS students are GROWING!
SV High's FACS students are GROWING!
Mrs. Jessica Esperon-Meneilly's Family and Consumer Sciences (FACS) classes at SV High School are busy preparing for Spring planting and growing by using vermicomposting to put wiggler worms to work to produce great soil for great crops.
 
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Capital Project renovations force pause i...
Due to capital project renovations, March 25  was the final Lap/Open Swim session of the year. Thanks to everyone who's been joining us, and we hope to see you back in the pool when Open/Lap Swim returns!
 
Crocker, McLean take the App Challenge
Crocker, McLean take the App Challenge
RTS Middle School students Adam Crocker and Aiden McLean proudly represented SV in the annual BOCES App Challenge.
 
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Recognizing student achievement
Recognizing student achievementAs we navigate school and the workplace, we all need a little encouragement now and then. At SV High School, one way we offer that encouragement is through acknowledging effort, dedication, and positive behavior at monthly Saber Award ceremonies. Read More...
Devendorf, Cook to lead SV High School Class of 2024
Devendorf, Cook to lead SV High School Cl...A pair of remarkable Sabers have earned the top two spots among their peers. Caroline Devendorf and Jamieson "Jimi" Cook have been named Class of 2024 Valedictorian and Salutatorian. Read More...
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...
Success for RTS Grilled Cheese Lobbyists
Success for RTS Grilled Cheese Lobbyists A trio of RTS students went all out in their quest to have grilled cheese sandwiches added to the regular lunch menu at their school. 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!
 
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Meet the newest members of NHS at SV
Meet the newest members of NHS at SVFifteen extraordinary young people at Susquehanna Valley High School are among the newest inductees into National Honor Society. Read 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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