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SVCSD COVID Alert • Friday, October 16
The Susquehanna Valley CSD has been working with the Broome County Health Department today, Friday, October 16 as we have received notification of a Francis P. Donnelly Elementary School employee with a confirmed case of COVID-19. Per NYS Department of Health guidelines, any person who was in contact with the confirmed case will be quarantined by the Health Department. According to the Health Department, this employee was not in attendance during the infectious period of the virus, and as a result, others from the school will not need to be quarantined. We continue to work with the Broome County Health Department and will provide you with any related updates on all COVID-19 related issues as they become available.  We appreciate your cooperation and understanding as we work through these times.
 
SVCSD COVID Alert • Tuesday, October 13
The Susquehanna Valley CSD has been working with the Broome County Health Department Tuesday, October 13 as we have received notification that 2 students who attend middle school classes and 1 student who attends high school classes are considered positive for COVID-19. The Health Department will contact any persons who are considered to be a close contact of these individuals.  As a result, and due to the number of faculty and staff impacted at the middle school level, all seventh and eighth grade students will be taught remotely starting Wednesday, October 14 through Friday, October 23.  In-person instruction for the 7th and 8th grade students will resume on Monday, October 26. All other grades will continue their regular schedule of instruction.
PLEASE NOTE: Any parents who would like to get meals for their 7th or 8th grade students may pick up 3 days worth of meals between 1 and 3 pm on Wednesday, October 21 at the athletic wing entrance of the HS.


SVCSD COVID Alert • October 12, 2020
The Susquehanna Valley Central School District has been working with the Broome County Health Department as we have received notification of an RTS Middle School Student with a confirmed case of COVID-19. Per New York State Department of Health guidelines, any person who was in contact with the confirmed case will be quarantined by the Broome County Health Department for up to 14 days.  According to the Health Department, this student was not in attendance at school during the infectious period of the virus, which is the timeframe that would require mandatory quarantine. We will continue to monitor the situation and appreciate your patience and cooperation as we work to ensure the safety of everyone in our district. Pertinent updates will be communicated as they become available.
 
SVCSD COVID Alert • October 3, 2020
Susquehanna Valley CSD is working with the Broome County Health Department (BCHD) as we have received notification of a confirmed case of COVID-19 involving one of our substitute teachers who worked at the Richard T. Stank Middle School. Per the New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH) guidelines, any person who was in contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19 will be quarantined and contacted by the BCHD. Through contact tracing, the BCHD will contact anyone who may have been exposed at the school; which at this time is limited to only one classroom. We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we continue to work to ensure the health and safety of everyone in our learning community. We will continue to monitor the situation with the BCHD and provide any updates as warranted.


SVCSD COVID Alert • September 22, 2020

Broome-Tioga BOCES and the Susquehanna Valley School District are working with the Broome County Health Department as we have received notification of a confirmed case of COVID-19 involving one of our employees. Per New York State Department of Health guidelines, any person who was in contact with the confirmed case will be quarantined by the Broome County Health Department for up to 14 days. Through contact tracing, the Broome County Health Department will contact anyone who may have been exposed at both Broome-Tioga BOCES and the Susquehanna Valley School District, to which the individual was assigned on a part-time basis. In its contact tracing, the Broome County Health Department has not identified any student exposure. We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we work to ensure the safety of everyone in our learning community. We will continue to monitor the situation and will provide updates as warranted.
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COVID-19 Resources
Reminder on COVID Screening Affidavit
The NYS Department of Health requires that each child must have a COVID screening on file prior to the first day of in-person learning. Parents/Guardians should have received in the mail a copy of the STUDENT COVID SCREENING AFFIDAVIT. This is the form you must complete and return to your child's school's main office. They can be emailed, faxed or dropped off in person - or - they can be returned via mail. Thank you for your prompt attention to this. If you have trouble downloading the document from the first link, try THIS.
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FAQs on the reopening of our schools
Thank you to all who participated in our parent survey regarding issues/concerns related to the reopening of our schools, and those who have reached out in other ways to get information. We have done our best to answer the questions that have come up and will continue to address other questions and concerns as we go. Follow these links to Q&A sections (click on the question to see the answer):
Section 1: LEARNING FORMAT AND TECHNOLOGY
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Susquehanna Valley Central School District - 1040 Conklin Rd. Conklin, New York 13748 - (607) 775-0170

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