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milk cookies and stories flyer thumbnail Milk, Cookies and Stories at RTS
Three of a child's favorite things have been bundled together to create a great night of fun at Richard T. Stank Middle School. The school's YES LEADers are inviting students in grades BK-2 to join them for Milk, Cookies and Stories, Thursday, April 4, 6:00 - 7:00 p.m. in the middle school cafeteria. Students will sit in small groups and enjoy books, milk and cookies. Attending students will be entered to win the books being read to them! THIS FLYER includes a registration form. Late registrations ARE being accepted! The event is free of charge. 
Silhouette of softball hitter SV to host Softball Clinic
The SV High School Softball program wants to help youngsters get a head start on spring softball skills with a two-session softball clinic at the high school. The clinics are scheduled for March 24 and April 7, 12:00 p.m. (noon) to 3:30 p.m. SV softball players and coaches will be working with girls grades 3 through 6 on offensive and defensive skills. Pre-registration is requested. SEE THIS FLYER for all the details.  
Children reading in the hallway At FPD, we even read in the halls!
One of the great things about reading is: you can do it just about anywhere! Sitting by a tree, flying in an airplane, in a cozy chair by the fireplace...or in the hall! 
Yes Leaders present to younger students YES Leaders at FPD
Four teams of YES Leaders from Richard T. Stank Middle School returned to what for some of them was their elementary alma mater - Francis P. Donnelly Elementary School - to talk to their younger peers about making good life choices. 
Binghamton Devils hockey players speak at FPD Pro hockey players visit FPD for P.A.R.P.
Hockey and reading took center ice at F.P. Donnelly Elementary School January 7 as a pair of Binghamton Devils professional hockey players paid a visit to help the school celebrate PARP. 
family seated at table are served at school pasta dinner Pasta Palooza pleases patrons
FPD students and staff converted the school cafeteria to a cozy and inviting Italian restaurant November 9 as they welcomed visitors who entered hungry and left with happy bellies! A steady stream of visitors kept the cooks, servers, hosts and hostesses hopping, filling plates with delicious pasta and sauce, along with salad, rolls and butter, beverages and dessert. The handmade placemats - art works created by FPD students - were a very nice touch. Thank you to all who attended! PICTURES ARE HERE! 
Boy and girl First CUBS stars of 2018-19 at FPD
Students and staff at Francis P. Donnelly Elementary School are fully committed to the CUBS menu of personal and collective responsibility: Caring, Understanding, Bully-free, Safe.  We know what kind of school environment we want and we all work together to achieve it. During the month of September, the word of the month was "Respect", and students who best displayed or exemplified respect were recognized at a school assembly.
 
YMCA logo SV and the YMCA again offer After School Program
The YMCA of Broome County offers at Brookside Elementary School an after-school program providing academic assistance, games, engaging art activities and character development. New this year, we will be incorporating STEM activities into the after-school program. STEM incorporates science, technology, engineering and mathematic activities. The Y after school program is available for kindergarten through age 12. The after-school program begins immediately after school, including scheduled half days, and runs until 6:00 pm. A nutritious snack will be provided daily. The program is open to both Brookside and Francis P. Donnelly students, who are bused to the school.  To register, please complete the YMCA registration form. If you need assistance, please call Tara Berkowitz, School Aged Child Care Director, at 772-0560 ext. 140. 
F.P. Donnelly Stands up to Bullying image F.P. Donnelly Stands up to Bullying
We want our schools to be free of bullying and harrassment - a place where students, staff and visitors feel safe and respected - a place for learning and having fun. Let's all do our part! To report bullying or harassment, use this INCIDENT REPORT FORM.
 
Susquehanna Valley Central School District - 1040 Conklin Rd. Conklin, New York 13748 - (607) 775-0170

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