Susquehanna Valley


Thank you for your holiday generosity!

From Mrs. Barry,

Thank you to everyone who helped with this year's Brookside Holiday Drive.  Thanks to many members of our SV community, we were able to help 20 Brookside families during the Holiday season.  This includes the food items brought in by students for Thanksgiving baskets.  A special thank you goes out to the following area businesses: Manny's Diner, Jumbo's No.1, SEFCU of Kirkwood, Evolution Hair Design, Conklin Community Church, Hawleyton United Methodist Church and Mrs. Jennifer Edwards, as well as the teachers and staff at Brookside Elementary.  Your generosity continues to help make our students' and families' holiday seasons brighter.  Even in such unsettling times, this community always comes together to help one another.  Happy New Year!
Brookside News
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string section musicians Students share gift of holiday music
While we weren't able to perform our holiday concerts in the traditional way this past holiday season, our singers and musicians are delighted to be able to share with you their talents - the fruits of many hours of learning and rehearsing - through the magic of recording! Our music department and administration made arrangements to record our music ensembles performing together to share with you online. Please follow THIS LINK for our Elementary School Holiday Concerts! Enjoy!  
graphic of swimmer Learn to Swim AND Open Swimming Returns!
We will again be offering our Learn to Swim program in the Susquehanna Valley High School pool beginning in January. THIS FLYER has all the details on dates and times, and a sign up sheet!
AND, Open Swim returns to the SV Pool! The SV High School pool is available for open swimming Mondays, 7:00-8:00 p.m. Please note: when schools are closed for holidays and weather emergencies, there will be no open swim.
winter science workshops Winter Science Workshops at Roberson
The Roberson Museum and Science Center is hosting Winter Science Workshops at the end of this month for students in grades 2-8. THIS FLYER has all the details on this exciting event. 
Brookside students enjoy a visit from Town of Binghamton FD
The Town of Binghamton Fire Department visited Brookside to do some fire safety presentations for our Kindergarten and 1st Grade students.   Students learned what the firemen look and sound like when they are dressed in their full gear.  They got a unique experience seeing and hearing  the fire equipment up close. Students also had an opportunity to sit in the fire truck and learn about all of the equipment that is stored and used in them.  This was a great learning experience and a favorite for our students! (Click on a picture to see the full-size version).
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.
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!
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. 
Susquehanna Valley Central School District - 1040 Conklin Rd. Conklin, New York 13748 - (607) 775-0170

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