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lifeguard course logo SV offers lifeguard training
Time to register for the American Red Cross Lifeguard Training course at Susquehanna Valley, taught by Mrs. Steflik. Classes began Monday, February 17, so you must register quickly by contacting Mrs. Steflik at [email protected] THIS FLYER has all the details, including a full class schedule.  
students play wheelchair basketball RTS welcomes Move Along, Inc.
Physical Education students at Richard T. Stank Middle School have gained some renewed perspective on inclusion and awareness of the physical challenges many people face in their daily lives, thanks to a visit from Move Along, Inc. 
girl in spelling bee Friendly competition spells success for two RTS students
Fifteen Richard T. Stank Middle School students were under a spell December 20. That is, they were competing with each other in the annual RTS Spelling Bee. And when the words and letters had been assembled in proper order, it was Gavin Cole and Xander Remza moving on to the next level. 
Myles Clement United Way honors Myles Clement for kindness, generosity
When Richard T. Stank Middle School 7th grader Myles Clement's birthday rolled around this year, he decided to celebrate a little differently. Instead of receiving gifts, he decided to BE a gift to others. 
students build rube goldberg machine RTS teams compete at 2019 Engineering Day
Nearly two dozen RTS 7th and 8th grade students enjoyed a unique experience in early November, competing against peers from 15 school districts in the 2019 Engineering Day Rube Goldberg contest at Broome-Tioga BOCES. 
two friends RTS Students "mix it up" for some fun!
Now that the 2019-20 school year is well under way, students at Richard T. Stank Middle School have gotten to know each other and become fast friends. But it may not have been so at the start of the school year, when 6th graders were new to the school, the staff and each other - coming from different elementary schools. To ease the anxiety and help build new school community friendships, RTS hosted a 6th grade mixer in late September featuring games, refreshments and a lot of fun, as THESE PICTURES show.  

Open Swim
The Susquehanna Valley High School pool will be open Tuesday nights 6:00 - 6:30 for Water Aerobics/Lap Swim
and then 6:30 - 7:30 for Open Swim. Only $1.00 for everyone to get in!
reading buddies Reading Buddies building fluency, friendships
Books and buddies. Not a bad combination. And it's at the center of an exciting new activity happening at RTS. 
students walking The Sabers are back!
Day one of the 2019-20 school year on the secondary campus of Susquehanna Valley is in the books and it couldn't have gone more smoothly. The September fog might have caused problems in a shipyard, but it was smooth sailing for Richard T. Stank Middle School and Susquehanna Valley High School as opening day brought Sabers back to our campus. As we welcome students back, we eagerly anticipate the exciting things to come this year. OPENING DAY PHOTOS HERE! 
RTS Stands Up to Bullying!
We want our schools to be free of bullying and harassment - 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. 
We're Going Green! image We're Going Green!
At Richard T. Stank Middle School, we are going GREEN! We are once again collecting and redeeming ink cartridges, cell phones, iPods, video games and consoles, scientific and graphing calculators, DVDs and GPS devices, digital cameras and laptops. Money from our Go Green campaign is used to help our P.T.O. offset the cost of some of the programs they provide to our students.

Go Green runs all through the school year, so if you've got any of these items laying around, you can drop them off at the RTS Middle School Main Office (or send them in with your child) and help keep our planet clean and green and raise money for our student programs!

Join the Richard T. Stank Middle School P.T.O.
Get more involved in what's going on in your school. Join the RTS Middle School Parent-Teacher Organization. Get started by downloading and printing the
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