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Sign that reads Home of the Sabers chalk the walk high school students elementary students prepare for bus orientation on first day of school girls tennis senior night Ava Spottek delivers speech at 2022 commencement Cheerleaders spell Sabers Student and teacher fist bump on first day of school Homecoming court middle school band performs school resource officer fist bumps student Sabers football team little boy high fives cubby on first day Group of students and parents tending to garden at Brookside Elementary graduates toss caps at commencement Natalie walks with student middle school students walk toward school on opening day drone photo of sv staff on football field students at fpd getting off bus and waving Brookside 5th graders play ukeleles word sabers and figure of pouncing cat on side of building
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SV Sabers Go GOLD with Super Cooper
On Friday night, as the Sabers varsity football team takes on Chenango Forks in Sabers Stadium, our players and cheerleaders are GOING GOLD with Super Cooper for Childhood Cancer Awareness month!  Super Cooper Saves the Day is a local non-profit organization that provides financial support to families impacted by childhood cancer. Players and cheerleaders will be sporting extra gold in their uniforms in support of this cause, and you can join us! There will be a table set up near concessions where you can get some GOLD necklaces and gold cancer ribbons to show your support. You can also donate to Super Cooper, with the money donated to a local family from Chenango Forks who currently has a son battling cancer.  
Sabers mascot in homecoming parade 2022 Homecoming a spectacular success
2022 Homecoming on Saturday, September 24 brought picture perfect weather, a big and enthusiastic crowd of blue and gold-clad Saber fans, new inductees to the SV Wall of Fame, and a victory on the football field. Thank you to all who turned out for a daylong celebration of all things Sabers. You can see photos from the day's events on our Photo Galleries page. 
Golf ball with Saber logo Tee it up for the Chem Free Prom!
The 22nd Annual Susquehanna Valley Chem Free Prom Golf Tournament is right around the corner! There's still time to get a team together and enjoy a day on the golf course to help support one of SV High School's premier annual events, The Chem Free Prom and After Party. The tournament is October 9 at Geneganslet Golf Course, Greene, NY. Use THIS FORM to get more details and sign up your team. Whether or not you choose to participate in the tournament, you can still support the Chem Free Prom by using THIS FORM to sponsor a hole. See you on the tee!
 
SV begins school year under new leadership
The Susquehanna Valley School District begins the 2022-2023 school year under new administrative leadership. With the retirement of Mr. Roland Doig, the SV Board of Education quickly and unanimously approved the appointment of Mrs. Natalie Brubaker as our new superintendent. After an extensive search for Mrs. Brubaker's replacement as Assistant Superintendent, the Board unanimously approved the appointment of Ms. Catherine Kacyvenski. Please take a moment to read our new leaders' welcome messages.
  
Mrs. Natalie Brubaker, Superintendent of Schools
I am honored to greet you in my new role of Superintendent of Schools, and humbled to begin my 23rd year of service at Susquehanna Valley.  For those of you whom I have not yet had the pleasure of meeting, I began my career as the Middle School Health Education teacher at Susquehanna Valley in 1999 (yes, some of my former students are now teachers here at SV or have their own children in school now)!  During my time as a teacher I was also a club advisor and softball coach.  After receiving my Administrative Certification, I took on the role of Assistant Principal at RTS Middle School in 2007.  In 2010, I was given the opportunity to serve as the building principal at Brookside Elementary, where I stayed for five wonderful years!  In 2015, I returned to RTS Middle School as the building principal.  Two years later, I moved to the District Office and served as the Assistant Superintendent of Schools for the next five years.  The experiences, knowledge and relationships that I gained through these 22 years have prepared me well for this next, and greatest challenge of my career.  I have been privileged to work alongside skilled and dedicated professionals and caring and giving families and students, and I pledge to continue to give the best of myself to the Susquehanna Valley community every day!

Ms. Catherine Kacyvenski,
Assistant Superintendent
It is an honor to be the new Assistant Superintendent of Susquehanna Valley Central School District. Twenty-three years ago, I started my career as an English Teacher in Atlanta.  I taught high school English in both Cobb County and Marietta City Schools, as well as led multiple school clubs and organizations.  During my last year as a teacher, I was a teacher on special assignment for school improvement.  During my time as a teacher, I earned my Master's degree in Curriculum and Instruction, as well as my administrative certificate.  I then became an Assistant Principal at Marietta Sixth Grade Academy. I was in that role for five years prior to transitioning back to New York to be a Middle School Principal in Union Endicott for approximately three years.  I have spent the last six years at Chenango Forks Elementary School as the building principal.  As a lifelong learner, I am currently working on my Doctorate in Educational Leadership, Administration and Policy through Fordham University. Over my career, I have had the great privilege of learning and growing every step of the way through my relationships with students, families, faculty, and staff.  I look forward to continuing my career and building new relationships at Susquehanna Valley.
 

 
Natalia and Angelina SV students attend police academy
A pair of Susquehanna Valley students took part in the Annual Vestal Youth Police Academy, which ran from July 11-29 at Vestal High School. The academy is viewed as a leadership opportunity for area students in grades 8-12, regardless of their interest in a career in law enforcement. SV High School 11th graders Angelena Mead and Natalia Cole-Root participated in this year's 10th anniversary Academy, which featured K-9 demonstrations, first aid training, CSI training scenarios, traffic stop demonstrations and more. Angelena was interviewed by local media, and both Sabers were on the winning team in the tug-'o-war competition.
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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!
 
Visitor procedures now include photo ID requirement
Susquehanna Valley Schools are now requiring photo ID for visitors to our buildings. Visitors are welcome in the Susquehanna Valley School District. Each of our school buildings is equipped with an access control system. Every visitor to our buildings must have a photo ID to pick up students and or gain entrance into the building beyond the security vestibule. When visiting a school, go to the Main Office entrance, push the button on the access control system, identify yourself with photo ID, sign in and obtain a pass. Please obtain permission if you expect to visit a specific area of the building.
 
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Any families who have questions about pandemic-related P-EBT benefits are encouraged to visit this website or call 1-833-452-0096.  This is not something that any school personnel are able to assist with.  
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Susquehanna Valley Dollars for Scholars is reaching out to our community for support of its mission to continue providing scholarship awards to deserving students.
 
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When we all work together, we can make bullying a thing of the past.  CLICK HERE to learn more. 
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SVCSD Radon Study
Our district has completed radon testing
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