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Sign that reads Home of the Sabers SV's Cassandra Crisman with New Visions business teammates high school students at engineering day Young boy takes an order from a table of guests at F.P. Donnelly Pasta Palooza RTS Middle School 8th graders at SPARK event at SUNY-Broome Brynn Hogan signs letter of intent to attend Binghamton University Boy walks in Brookside Elementary ABC Fashion Show RTS senior citizens holiday luncheon 3 girls in front of butterfly light display Teacher conducts orchestra at RTS winter concert Elementary students work on project at BOCES Engineering Day Cheerleaders spell Sabers Students in santa hats at Brookside Elementary winter concert Little girls in audience at FP Donnelly winter concert chorus singing with audrey the plant chalk the walk high school students little boy high fives cubby on first day Students recite pledge at RTS National Junior Honor Society Induction drone photo of sv staff on football field word sabers and figure of pouncing cat on side of building
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food pantry shelves Annual FPD food drive has new purpose
The 6th annual Francis P. Donnelly Elementary food drive is underway, but with a renewed and expanded purpose. Organizer Stacey Martin-Stilloe says the food drive is just the beginning of a new and exciting endeavor to relieve food insecurity in our community. 
Elizabeth Leon SV High's Elizabeth Leon joins peers at Hatala Orthodontics Shadow Day
On Groundhog Day, February 2, while the world was waiting to see if Phil saw his shadow in Punxsutawney, PA., Susquehanna Valley High School junior Elizabeth Leon was doing some shadowing of her own. 
freaky friday rehearsal Saber Stage Productions presents Freaky Friday - The Musical
Ever wondered what it might be like to walk in someone else's shoes for a day? Katherine and Ellie Blake get to find out in the Saber Stage Productions presentation of Freaky Friday - The Musical! 
Dead on arrival graphic Film, panel discussion on Fentanyl open to community
You're invited to an important event March 1. It will be 90 minutes that could literally save your life or the life of someone you love. Our colleagues at the Maine-Endwell School District have organized a forum and have invited the community at large to be part of the conversation. The topic: the deadly synthetic opiod fentanyl. A panel of experts in fields related to drug abuse and crisis intervention will be there; a hard-hitting, no-punches-pulled emotional documentary called Dead on Arrival will be shown, followed by an open discussion. While the forum will be held in person, those wishing to attend but unable to will be able to watch on a livestream. THIS FLYER has all the details.  
two students speak with police officer at SPARK event SV 8th graders get a little SPARK at SUNY-Broome
8th grade students from Susquehanna Valley's Richard T. Stank Middle School got a first hand look at some potential career paths at a January 18 event at SUNY-Broome Community College. Who knows what career "SPARK" might have been lit?   
student gives biliteracy seal presentation Susquehanna Valley students earning Biliteracy Seal
Since 2018, Susquehanna Valley High School's Foreign Languages curriculum has offered students an opportunity to earn their New York State Seal of Biliteracy, and more than two dozen Sabers have so far met the challenge! 
Cassandra Crisman presents check to charity SV's Crisman is all business at New Visions
Susquehanna Valley High School senior Cassandra "Cat" Crisman has already begun to build her business resume, thanks to some real world experience in a business venture with her peers from the Broome-Tioga BOCES New Visions program and Junior Achievement. 
painting of flag and fire hat More honors for SV High artists
A pair of talented SV High School artists have been selected for this year's Scholastic Art Awards program, hosted by the Arnot Museum in Elmira.
 
student receives certificate Smart play, Sabers!
SV Sabers student-athletes give literal meaning to the phrase "smart play!" Nine SV Sabers sports teams ended the fall season by being recognized for not only excelling on the field of play, but in the classroom as well.
 
From Superintendent Natalie Brubaker
Happy New Year!!  Many of you have already provided feedback for our strategic planning process. If you haven’t had a chance to jump in or to go back and see what’s new in the exchange, please do so!  We’d really like your feedback as we begin our strategic planning process.  We would like to know how you feel about the work of the district now and what we should be considering for the future.  Our plans will be based on your input.  Please share your thoughts by clicking on this link to access the Thought Exchange.
 
SV to offer lifeguard training
Susquehanna Valley High School will be offering blended learning Red Cross Lifeguarding classes starting in late February. Lifeguard course participants must be 15 years old, a strong swimmer and must pass a swimming pre-test.  Anyone interested must complete this Lifeguard Registration Google Form: (https://forms.gle/6Nh18BSDH2zo9LLH7). Any questions can be directed to Teresa Steflik, (SV lifeguard trainer & Varsity Girls/Boys Swimming & Diving team, Head Coach): [email protected]. 
four girls jump in pool hand in hand Open Swim and the LTS program are back!
It's OPEN SWIM, so dive right in!
Open swim has returned to the beautiful Susquehanna Valley High School pool. FREE Open Swim sessions continue every Monday evening from 7-8 p.m. Swim laps, keep in shape, practice your dives, teach the young ones to swim, or just splash around for fun. As always, remember when there's no school, due to the weather or a holiday, there is also no open swim.
 
And, speaking of learning to swim...
 
We'll begin the next round of the Learn to Swim program at SV soon. Learn to Swim is an American Red Cross aquatics program, offered in the SV High School pool Saturday mornings. THIS FLYER has all the details, including a registration form. See you in the pool! 
 
Brynn Hogan Runner of the Year Brynn Hogan signs with Binghamton University
It's not every day that a Susquehanna Valley student gets to sign her college commitment letter on the same day she's named Runner of the Year, but for Brynn Hogan that day was December 21, 2022. 
SV's Brown, Bisaha shine with NYSSMA orchestra
Two of Susquehanna Valley's top student musicians recently joined their peers from around the region to play in an elite ensemble. Genevieve Brown and Allicyn Bisaha participated in the New York State School Music Association (NYSSMA) Junior High Area All State Orchestra November 4th and 5th. They performed with other top musicians from throughout Broome, Cortland, Onondaga Counties and beyond. Bravo! 
adult education graphic showing two men operating drill press SV helping to promote adult education
As a public institution dedicated to education, it pleases us at Susquehanna Valley to help spread the word about the services of the NYS Education Department's Office of Adult Career and Continuing Education Services and Adult Education Program and Policy. Adults seeking to resume or continue their education, receive training or guidance to further enhance their career skills, but may not know where to begin, can find a great deal of information at the NYSED ADULT EDUCATION WEBSITE 
graphic showing capital project work THANK YOU SV VOTERS!
Susquehanna Valley School District residents have given overwhelming approval to a capital project totaling $29.8 million. By a vote of 243-21, voters have given the district the go-ahead to proceed with a project to address Health and Safety, Instructional, and Energy and Maintenance needs to help ensure the longevity of our facilities. The project, financed through a combination of NYS Education Department building aid, existing debt service, and capital reserves, results in zero tax increase. Detailed information on the work to be done in this project can be found in THIS SPECIAL EDITION of our Saber Views district newsletter. 
 
saber face Sabers are Fall 2022 STAC All-Stars
The Southern Tier Athletic Conference has released its Fall 2022 summary of success, and there are a LOT of familiar names on it!
 
student works at engineering day SV up for the challenge at BOCES Engineering Day
Broome-Tioga BOCES expanded Engineering Day to three days this year, and SV students were there each day, competing with their peers from area schools to build a machine from a box of random objects. 
student takes survey SV High students participate in PNA survey
Susquehanna Valley High School students are once again participating in the Broome County Mental Health Department's Prevention Needs Assessment Survey, answering questions on mental health and substance abuse issues.  
NYSSBA exhibit features talented trio of SV High artists
Works by three Susquehanna Valley High School art students are among the best of the best featured in an online New York State School Boards Association exhibit. The exhibit, sponsored by the New York State Art Teachers' Association, features works from SV's Megan Ketchum, Jackson Birtch, and Morgan Hoffman.
 

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