As of Friday, February 19, Susquehanna Valley has exhausted all of our emergency closing days. For the remainder of this school year, on emergency days like snow days, rather than close, we will move to remote learning on those days. All students should anticipate remote instruction on future emergency days this year. By utilizing this option, we will preserve the originally scheduled school breaks for the remainder of the year.

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Schedules for one-hour and two-hour delays
Recent glimpses of wintery weather remind us that we may soon find it necessary to announce one or two-hour delays to the start of school. THIS IS THE SCHEDULE we will follow on those days we have delays. 
2020-2021 Susquehanna Valley High School Curriculum Presentations
In an ordinary school year, SV High would host Curriculum Night, an in-person presentation to parents of students in grades 9-12. As you are all too painfully aware, 2020-21 is not an "ordinary" school year. Because it's important that parents and guardians have the curriculum information, we're providing it in a digital format. Please click the links below to see the Powerpoint presentation slides:
Grade 9            Grade 10            Grade 11            Grade 12 
The NYS Department of Health requires that each child MUST have a COVID screening on file prior to the first day of in-person learning. Parents/Guardians should recently have received in the mail a copy of the STUDENT COVID SCREENING AFFIDAVIT. This is the form you must complete and return to your child's school's main office. They can be emailed, faxed or dropped off in person - or - they can be returned via mail. If you have trouble downloading the document from the first link, try THIS.
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Picture of Elizabeth Zelenyak SV High's Elizabeth Zelenyak selected to All-National Honors Band
Susquehanna Valley High School senior Elizabeth Zelenyak has been selected to the All-National Honors Band by the National Association for Music Education, the national organization that encompases the New York State School Music Association or NYSSMA. This is the first time a Susquehanna Valley musician has been selected for this national honor... 
SV High Stands Up to Bullying! image SV High 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 
Clipart of dollar sign symbol with graduation cap SV Dollars for Scholars needs YOU!
Susquehanna Valley Dollars for Scholars is reaching out to our community for support of its mission to continue providing scholarship awards to deserving students.
Important information about Absence Excuses
Whenever a student is absent from school, coming in late or leaving early, they need bring an excuse into the high school Assistant Principal’s office. In the excuse, include the reason for absence (such as doctor’s appointment) and the exact date(s) of absence. Also, please state in the note if a person other than a parent is picking your child up from school. Include that other person’s name.
Susquehanna Valley Central School District - 1040 Conklin Rd. Conklin, New York 13748 - (607) 775-0170

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