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Sign Up for Sports Physicals (DATE CHANGE!)
If your athlete needs a sports physical, and you do not plan on having your private medical provider conduct it, the school will be offering them, free of charge!  Please note that the original dates have changed, due to a scheduling conflict. Sports physicals for all potential athletes (for all 3 seasons in 22-23; fall, winter and spring) will be held at Richard T. Stank Middle School, Wednesday, August 10, 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. and Wednesday, August 17, 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.  An appointment is necessary and can be obtained by calling Kim Belnome in the athletic office at 775-9144 or Colleen Lynch in the MS health office at 775-9136. If you are not sure of the status of your athlete's current sports physical you can call the nurse of the building in which your student attends. Finally, the official start date for HS fall season sports (Varsity and JV) will be Monday, August 22.
As always, GO SABERS!
SV High School Underclassmen Awards
Awards season is officially underway in Susquehanna Valley. SV High School's annual Underclassmen Awards - for students in grades 9-11 - was held Friday, June 3. You can see the students and their awards HERE. 
Isaac Spottek and Anthony Ruffo SV Tennis Super Saber Spottek headed to NYC
Sensational SABER sophomore Isaac Spottek recently participated in the Boys Varsity Tennis NYS Qualifiers.  Isaac finished the weekend winning 3 of the 4 matches he participated in, earning him a 3rd place finish and with it a trip to New York City to participate in the 2022 New York State Boys Tennis Championships. Congratulations to Isaac and to our boys varsity tennis coach, Mr. Anthony Ruffo.  
Way to go Isaac!
Learn to be a Lifeguard!
Lifeguard Training courses and recertification courses will be offered at SVHS ongoing starting late May through June. New applicants for Lifeguard Training must be 15 years old AND a STRONG swimmer. Anyone interested in taking the SV Lifeguard Training course OR in need of recertification must complete THIS LIFEGUARD COURSE REGISTRATION. Questions regarding the course or recertifications can be directed to Teresa Steflik, Lifeguard Trainer @ SVCSD - [email protected] 
End of year schedule update
The last day of school for Susquehanna Valley students in UPK through Grade 8 will be Wednesday, June 22.  This will be an 11:00am dismissal for students in grades 6-8 and a 12:00pm dismissal for students in UPK through grade 5. 
sv high senior in college sweatshirt SV High marks Decision Day
Friday, May 6 was a special day for seniors at SV High School - one of many special days they'll have in the weeks ahead. It was Decision Day, and students were encouraged to wear clothing signifying their future college plans. We took plenty of photos, which you can see HERE. 
James O'Dell SV's James O'Dell wins top spot at SkillsUSA competition
Susquehanna Valley High School junior James O'Dell took the top spot in his category at the New York State SkillsUSA State Competition in late April at the NYS Fairgrounds, Syracuse, NY, and is headed to the nationals next month.
student uses driving simulator SV High welcomes Save a Life Tour
The best way to experience the bad things that can happen when you drive distracted is behind the wheel of a virtual vehicle. Students at SV High School took the driver's seat to learn the dangers of distracted driving as the International Save a Life Tour pulled in April 25.  
SV High's Matias, Cook and robotics champs
A Susquehanna Valley High School duo took home the top prize in one of the categories at the 11th annual Southern Tier Robotics Competition, held April 5 at SUNY Broome Community College. SV High Seniors Mason Matias and Shane Cook were number one in the Autonomous Line-Following challenge. They were among more than 150 students from area middle and high schools participating in the event, demonstrating their ingenuity and talent, applying STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) skills to design and build robots. The event is a partnership between the SUNY Broome Engineering Science and Physics Department and Broome-Tioga BOCES, and is sponsored by the STEM Hub. (Click the pic to see full size). 
painting called true colors SV High artists stand out in annual competition
There is some real artistic talent being nurtured, developed and exhibited within the walls of SV High School. Some of our most promising young artists got some well-earned recognition at the Annual High School Emerging Artist Competition.  
student holds doll SV High Seniors take a trip to Mad City for a glimpse of the future
Graduating from high school is one of those milestone moments in a person's life, usually involving "leaving the nest" and taking that first solo flight, dealing with issues and responsibilities heretofore handled by mom and dad. With that in mind, SV High School recently partnered with Empower, a division of Horizons FCU, to "transport" senior Sabers to a fictitious but very real place called Mad City. 
Ava Spottek and Payton Lloyd Ava Spottek, Payton Lloyd lead SV High Class of '22
As the members of the Susquehanna Valley High School Class of 2022 enter the home stretch of their days as Sabers, congratulations are in order for the heads of the class. Ava Spottek has earned the distinction of Class Valedictorian, and Payton Lloyd is Class Salutatorian. Principal Sydelle Steward invited Ava and Payton down to the guidance office February 7 to deliver the good news in person, before making the official announcement over the school public address system. 
SV senior at annual Hatala Orthodontics Shadow Day
Each year on Groundhog Day, February 2, Hatala Orthodontics in Binghamton invites a group of high school students to shadow their team, not to predict how many more weeks of winter we'll see, but to get a better idea of how the practice operates on a daily basis. The event is intended for students who have expressed an interest in learning more about becoming an orthodondist, dentist, hygienist, dental assistant, x-ray technician, and/or office staff. It's a unique opportunity for students to get a real world look at a profession they may wish to pursue. This year, Susquehanna Valley High School senior Dan Davies participated in the event, and is pictured HERE with peers from other area high schools.  
graphic of swimmer Learn to Swim AND Open Swimming Returns!
We will again be offering our Learn to Swim program in the Susquehanna Valley High School pool beginning in January. THIS FLYER has all the details on dates and times, and a sign up sheet!
AND, Open Swim returns to the SV Pool! The SV High School pool is available for open swimming Mondays, 7:00-8:00 p.m. Please note: when schools are closed for holidays and weather emergencies, there will be no open swim.
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!
clock graphic School Day hours for 2021-22
For the 2021-2022 school year, here are the starting/ending times for the school day:
The school day at Richard T. Stank Middle School and Susquehanna Valley High School: 7:40 a.m. - 2:22 p.m.
The school day at Brookside Elementary School and Francis P. Donnelly Elementary School: 9:05 a.m. - 3:20 p.m. 

Summer Reading Program
Susquehanna Valley CSD Librarians and Clerks invite all SV High School students to participate in our summer reading program. Join us to read great books and earn prizes. Entry information can be found HERE.
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.
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