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Sign that reads Home of the Sabers 2021 homecoming court five girls tennis seniors Students walk toward Richard T. Stank Middle School Cheerleaders spell Sabers Boys in homecoming parade girls soccer goalie making save Volleyball seniors Cardboard lawn display reading You Rock Students in entrance hallway of Susquehanna Valley High School wall of fame inductees Boys fist bump at entrance to Susquehanna Valley High School Six girls soccer seniors SV student at books School staff greets students as they walk into Brookside Elementary drone photo of sv staff on football field boy at brookside field days word sabers and figure of pouncing cat on side of building
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Vaccination Clinics

Susquehanna Valley is pleased to announce that our schools will host vaccination clinics for students age 5-11 (or older students not yet vaccinated) in partnership with the Broome County Health Department.  Clinics will be held as follows:
  • Brookside Elementary - Friday, November 19 from 3:30-6:00 (second doses on Friday, December 10).  Anyone interested must register through this link.  Please note that walk-ins will not be permitted, and parents are expected to remain with their children during their vaccine and for the 15 minute observation period following.  
  • Richard T. Stank Middle School - Thursday, December 16 from 12:00-2:00 (second doses on Tuesday, January 6).  Parents must complete this screening and consent form prior to their child receiving their vaccine.  
  • Donnelly Elementary - Thursday, December 16 from 3:30-6:00 (second doses on Tuesday, January 6).  Anyone interested must register - the link for registration will be provided soon.  Please note that walk-ins will not be permitted, and parents are expected to remain with their children during their vaccine and for the 15 minute observation period following. 
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missing man table RTS students set Missing Man Table to honor veterans
As the nation paused November 11 to remember the myriad sacrifices made by military veterans, Richard T. Stank Middle School Librarian Rita Foran used the occasion to teach students about one often forgotten commemoration.  
four students at engineering day SV well-represented at BOCES Engineering Day
When Broome-Tioga BOCES hosted its annual Engineering Day November 10, Susquehanna Valley was well-represented, sending teams from Brookside and Francis P. Donnelly Elementary School and from Richard T. Stank Middle School.
 
2020-2021 inductees SV Wall of Fame welcomes Class of 20-21
Eight new faces adorn the Susquehanna Valley Wall of Fame. The induction of the Class of 2020 and 2021 brings to the wall five athletes, two coaches and one long-time contributor to the SV Sabers athletic program. 
Monique Barmada FPD's Monique Barmada is FOX 40 Teacher of the Week
Each week, local television station WICZ FOX 40 highlights a local teacher, recognizing the work and dedication of education professionals. This week, one of Susquehanna Valley's own is in the spotlight: Francis P. Donnelly Elementary School Literacy Teacher Monique Barmada! You can watch the FOX 40 Teacher of the Week profile of Miss Barmada HERE. 
Julia Black SV alum Julia Black is chasing her dream
Friday, October 29 is a big day for Susquehanna Valley High School alumnus Julia Black. The multi-talented performer will host the in-person premiere of her short film Don't Be a Stranger at Cinema Saver, Endicott. 
Morning Dunk Kafe a tasty learning experience
For many of us, our mornings start with a fresh hot cup of coffee. With that in mind, Mrs. Goodman's Career Exploration Class students have come up with a way to help SV secondary staff get their day going while learning how to run a business. 
October 29 COVID update
The Broome County Health Department has released a new mechanism for reporting POSITIVE COVID-19 test results from at-home tests.  If a positive test result is obtained from an at-home test, no further testing is required.  Results can be reported via this link.  

Additionally, other COVID-19 resources including testing and vaccination locations can be found here.  
 
COVID Testing for Symptomatic Students and Staff
Based on recent communication from the Broome County Health Department, we are pleased to announce the following updated protocols regarding testing requirements for students and staff who are experiencing COVID symptoms.
 
Afua Baidoo-Davis Visitor brings taste of Ghana to Miss Gresko's classroom
Since it's 5,000 miles from Conklin to Ghana, making a field trip impractical, RTS Middle School teacher Andrea Gresko did the next best thing: she invited Ghanian native Afua Baidoo-Davis to her classroom to share some of her native country's culture, art, music and food!  

 
2021-22 Family ID registration underway
Susquehanna Valley has switched from RankOne to FamilyID for our online sports registration process. If you have not yet registered your athlete for WINTER season sports you will need to go FamilyID to do so. THIS LETTER contains all the instructions necessary for you to complete your athlete's registration. As always, you can call the athletic office (607-775-9144) with questions, we are here to help you.
 
Make the Moment Last burger SV teacher's "Make the Moment Last" burger takes FIRST in competition
She called her burger "Make the Moment Last", but the judges gave it FIRST! Susquehanna Valley High School FACS Teacher Jessica Esperon-Meneilly took home the top prize in this summer's NY Beef Council "Best Beef Burger" contest!
 
Dan Kosick skiing SV's Dan Kosick joins Greater Binghamton Sports Hall of Fame
After a year and a half COVID delay, the Greater Binghamton Sports Hall of Fame has finally inducted its Class of 2020. Among these gifted athletes is Susquehanna Valley's very own Dan Kosick.
 
ROCK ON CAFE LOGO Parents encouraged to fill out free/reduced meals application
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 requirement
With the new school year underway, we remind you that we 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.
 
Sabers athletic contests free live-streaming!
Great news for Sabers fans!
We are excited to be offering a new live-streaming opportunity for a large percentage of our home athletic events at Susquehanna Valley.  Upcoming athletic contests in the high school stadium and high school gym (middle school gym very soon) will now be available on our own YouTube channel. Best of all: it's FREE OF CHARGE!!  
Here's the link: SV Athletics YouTube Channel 
For those of you that currently have paid subscriptions through the NFHS network, SV will continue to live stream our events through this platform as well.
 
school bus stop arm School Bus Stop Arm awareness campaign
Susquehanna Valley is proud to partner with Broome County in raising awareness of comprehensive school bus safety measures, including the School Bus Stop-Arm Safety Program, which utilizes enhanced technology, training, and education, to reduce incidents of illegal passing of stopped school buses. The county has condensed a lot of important information into THIS BROCHURE and ANOTHER, and hosts a WEBSITE  devoted to this important safety issue.  
clock graphic School Day hours for 2021-22
For the 2021-2022 school year, here are the starting/ending times for the school day:
The school day at Richard T. Stank Middle School and Susquehanna Valley High School: 7:40 a.m. - 2:22 p.m.
The school day at Brookside Elementary School and Francis P. Donnelly Elementary School: 9:05 a.m. - 3:20 p.m. 
 
SV's FPD Elementary named School of Excellence!
If you're looking to find a National PTA School of Excellence, you don't have to look very far. We've got one at 1168 Conklin Road! Susquehanna Valley's Francis P. Donnelly Elementary School has earned a National School of Excellence Award from the National PTA. 
Framed copy of excellence award SV safety commitment again awarded
Susquehanna Valley takes school safety very seriously. And once again this year, Utica National Insurance Group has noticed - and recognized the district with its School Safety Excellence Award!

 
 
Upcoming Events
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FPD PTA meeting
Thu Dec 2 2021
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BKS/FPD Early Dismissal
Fri Dec 3 2021
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BKS/FPD report cards
Fri Dec 3 2021
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RTS Winter Concert
Tue Dec 7 2021
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HS Winter Concert
Thu Dec 9 2021
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The Susquehanna Valley Central School District app by esv2go, available for iOS™, Android™, and Windows™ devices, enables parents, students, faculty and staff to stay connected and informed about what’s happening at SV! Administrators can easily promote unified messaging through cross platform communications to the app, via push notifications. This free app provides parents with quick access to everything school-related including calendars, directions to events, important documents, cafeteria menus, and more.

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SVCSD Radon Study
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