SCHOOLS NOW CLOSED UNTIL APRIL 29
MEAL PICK UP DAYS NOW TUESDAYS AND THURSDAYS ONLY WITH NO REDUCTION IN MEAL QUANTITY
Governor Cuomo has extended the closure of schools through at least April 29 to continue to minimize the spread of COVID-19.
Additionally, the grade 3-8 ELA, math, and science assessments, the NYSAA, and the June Regents Exams have been cancelled.
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National Honor Society group Having these students at SV is an HONOR
There's a reason the word "honor" is attached to the National Honor Society, and the members of Susquehanna Valley High School's chapter continuously honor themselves, their school and their community in a variety of ways - most recently by helping out at the Endwell United Methodist Church Mobile Food Pantry. 
Mrs. Butts and Ray Scott SV High's Jody Butts is a Hero Teacher!
To many, teachers are heroes. They certainly are to Equinox Broadcasting's Cool 106.7! On February 11, pro broadcaster  - and SV Alum Ray Scott - surprised teacher Jody Butts in her classroom with the news she was the station's newest recipient of the Teachers are Heroes distinction. 
lifeguard course logo SV offers lifeguard training
Time to register for the American Red Cross Lifeguard Training course at Susquehanna Valley, taught by Mrs. Steflik. Classes began Monday, February 17, so you must register quickly by contacting Mrs. Steflik at [email protected] THIS FLYER has all the details, including a full class schedule.  
Holden Wasko SV High's Holden Wasko cleared for take-off!
If Susquehanna Valley High School junior Holden Wasko seems to have his head in the clouds lately, there's a good reason for that. He started the new year with a new credential - licensed pilot! 
cooking class It was a feast, as a matter of FACS
Among the many lessons young people learn during their days in high school, what could be more fundamental than food preparation? Students in Mrs. Esperon-Meneilly's Family and Consumer Sciences classroom have learned their lessons well, if a meal they served on January 15 is any indication. The first annual Winter Feast consisted of mouth wateringly delicious entrees, sides and desserts, completely prepared and presented by the students to specially invited guests of staff and faculty. Unfortunately, while we can't share the amazing tastes and smells, we can share some PICTURES! 
emma and elizabeth zelenyak Talented SV twins are among NYS music elite
BRAVA! to Emma and Elizabeth Zelenyak, whose extraordinary musical talents earned them coveted spots in the All State Symphonic Orchestra and the thrilling experience of performing at the Eastman Theater of the Eastman School of Music. 

Open Swim
The Susquehanna Valley High School pool will be open Tuesday nights 6:00 - 6:30 for Water Aerobics/Lap Swim
and then 6:30 - 7:30 for Open Swim. Only $1.00 for everyone to get in!
 
NASA gateway flag SV Alumni share exciting news on Lunar Gateway project
"It's been to base camp on Mount Everest, Nepal, it's been to Machu Pichu, Hawaii and Norway - and now it's been to Susquehanna Valley." The "it" that Gary O'Neil (SV High School Class of '82) is talking about is a flag that bears a NASA logo and dozens of signatures. And if things go according to plan, that flag will someday make it to the surface of the moon.  
homecoming banner Homecoming a Saber Nation Celebration
Could it have been any better?
A picture-perfect fall day, blue and gold as far as the eye could see along the parade route, and a decisive victory on the football field. That's Homecoming, Saber-style.
 
students walking The Sabers are back!
Day one of the 2019-20 school year on the secondary campus of Susquehanna Valley is in the books and it couldn't have gone more smoothly. The September fog might have caused problems in a shipyard, but it was smooth sailing for Richard T. Stank Middle School and Susquehanna Valley High School as opening day brought Sabers back to our campus. As we welcome students back, we eagerly anticipate the exciting things to come this year. OPENING DAY PHOTOS 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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NO SCHOOL Spring Recess
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Thu Apr 9 2020
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SV Gridiron Club meeting
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Board of Education meeting
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