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Silhouette of softball hitter SV to host Softball Clinic
The SV High School Softball program wants to help youngsters get a head start on spring softball skills with a two-session softball clinic at the high school. The clinics are scheduled for March 24 and April 7, 12:00 p.m. (noon) to 3:30 p.m. SV softball players and coaches will be working with girls grades 3 through 6 on offensive and defensive skills. Pre-registration is requested. SEE THIS FLYER for all the details.  
Group of young people helping at food pantry NHS lends helping hands to mobile food pantry
Susquehanna Valley High School is proud to have a very active National Honor Society chapter. The students and their advisors are out in the community regularly lending a helping hand - most recently with the Food Bank of the Southern Tier Mobile Food Pantry at Endwell United Methodist Church. As THESE PHOTOS show, this exceptional group of young people set a shining example, and make all of us in Saber country very proud. 
Dylan and Katie Howe Howe siblings to compete in NYS Reflections
Susquehanna Valley High School will be well represented in state judging in this year's National P.T.A. Reflections Program. Siblings Dylan and Katie Howe, who have been participating in Reflections since elementary school, have advanced to the next round of competition. 
Photo of Ivan Gates SV's Gates' skills impress again
For the second year running, Susquehanna Valley's Ivan Gates has impressed the judges in the SkillsUSA regionals and earned himself a spot in the state competition. Ivan, who competes in the Building Trades/Plumbing program, earned a second place finish at the Regional Conference at SUNY Morrisville February 8. The second place finish earns Ivan a trip to the April 25 NYS competition in Syracuse. Last year, Ivan won first place in the regionals and turned in an outstanding performance at states. 
BINGO clip art BINGO for CFPP
Food, fun and prizes! It's BINGO Night at Susquehanna Valley High School - a night of fun to support the 2019 Chemical Free After Prom Party. Join the fun Friday, March 29 in the SV High School cafeteria. Be ready to win when the BINGO caller gets rolling. Doors open at 5:30 p.m., BINGO starts at 6:30. Cost: $20 for 25 game cards pre-sale; $1 per card at the door. Pre-sale game cards are available at the SV High School Main Office Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. until March 28. All proceeds to benefit the 2019 Chemical Free After Prom Party. 
Musician Kaiyu Tio SV's Kaiyu Tio sparkles at NYSSMA conference
A seat in the NYSSMA All-State Symphonic Band is not an easy one to get, unless you're as gifted a musician as Kaiyu Tio. He earned a seat during the recent NYSSMA winter conference and made the most of it.  
Alyssa Lezotte Alyssa Lezotte: Akshar All-Star
When you're a stand-out athlete, student and person, people tend to notice. Alyssa Lezotte is all those things, and Senator Fred Akshar noticed, naming her an Akshar All-Star. 
SV group at con•tech career day Sabers at Con Tech Career Day
 A group of Susquehanna Valley High School students joined their peers from 26 school districts in our region at the annual Con•Tech Career Day, where they got a real world look at job opportunities in construction and technical fields. 
Photo of Ryan Ewanow Ryan Ewanow is NMSP Commended Student
Susquehanna Valley High School senior Ryan Ewanow has joined an elite group of high school students across the U.S. Ryan has been named a 2019 National Merit Scholarship Program Commended Student, thanks to his outstanding performance on a rigorous qualifying test. Of the more than 1.6 million students taking the 2017 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT) last October, 34,000 high performers were named Commended Students and were recognized by the NMS Corporation for their exceptional academic promise.  
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.
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 
PARENTS: The New York State Department of Health has issued an update on its meningoccocal vaccine requirement for the 2018-2019 school year. Visit our Health Services page to learn more.

Reminder on progress reports

Parents, please remember to use your PARENT PORTAL ACCOUNT to view your child's Progress Reports. We are no longer mailing home progress reports except upon request. If you need progress reports mailed home, please contact the high school main office, 607-775-0304.

Susquehanna Valley Central School District - 1040 Conklin Rd. Conklin, New York 13748 - (607) 775-0170

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