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freaky friday rehearsal Saber Stage Productions presents Freaky Friday - The Musical
Ever wondered what it might be like to walk in someone else's shoes for a day? Katherine and Ellie Blake get to find out in the Saber Stage Productions presentation of Freaky Friday - The Musical! 
Elizabeth Leon SV High's Elizabeth Leon joins peers at Hatala Orthodontics Shadow Day
On Groundhog Day, February 2, while the world was waiting to see if Phil saw his shadow in Punxsutawney, PA., Susquehanna Valley High School junior Elizabeth Leon was doing some shadowing of her own. 
Joey-Ariel Alsdorf Way to go Joey-Ariel!
Susquehanna Valley High School junior Joey-Ariel Alsdorf got some well-earned recognition from Broome-Tioga BOCES as the second marking period came to a close in her Cosmetology 1 class, being recognized as "Most Improved"! We shared the good news on our SV Facebook page, as well. 
Cassandra Crisman presents check to charity SV's Crisman is all business at New Visions
Susquehanna Valley High School senior Cassandra "Cat" Crisman has already begun to build her business resume, thanks to some real world experience in a business venture with her peers from the Broome-Tioga BOCES New Visions program and Junior Achievement. 
SV to offer lifeguard training
Susquehanna Valley High School will be offering blended learning Red Cross Lifeguarding classes starting in late February. Lifeguard course participants must be 15 years old, a strong swimmer and must pass a swimming pre-test.  Anyone interested must complete this Lifeguard Registration Google Form: (https://forms.gle/6Nh18BSDH2zo9LLH7). Any questions can be directed to Teresa Steflik, (SV lifeguard trainer & Varsity Girls/Boys Swimming & Diving team, Head Coach): [email protected]. 
Brynn Hogan Runner of the Year Brynn Hogan signs with Binghamton University
It's not every day that a Susquehanna Valley student gets to sign her college commitment letter on the same day she's named Runner of the Year, but for Brynn Hogan that day was December 21, 2022. 
musicians perform in winter concert SV High Winter Concert in tune with the holidays
The holiday season is in full swing in Saber Country, and Susquehanna Valley High School's music department hit all the right notes with its Winter Concert December 8 in the high school auditorium. 
student takes survey SV High students participate in PNA survey
Susquehanna Valley High School students are once again participating in the Broome County Mental Health Department's Prevention Needs Assessment Survey, answering questions on mental health and substance abuse issues.  
student lights candle at national honor society induction SV High inducts new members into National Honor Society
Susquehanna Valley High School's chapter of National Honor Society is 47 members stronger. 
students at engineering day SV High students take on Engineering Day challenge
Three teams of Susquehanna Valley High School students participated in Engineering Day at Broome-Tioga BOCES, competing with their peers from other area schools to turn a box filled with random parts into a functioning machine.
 
Get to know Mr. Tarnowski
The 2022-2023 school year began at Susquehanna Valley High School with a new Assistant Principal at the helm. SV is pleased to welcome Mr. Zachary Tarnowski. 
NYSSBA exhibit features talented trio of SV High artists
Works by three Susquehanna Valley High School art students are among the best of the best featured in an online New York State School Boards Association exhibit. The exhibit, sponsored by the New York State Art Teachers' Association, features works from SV's Megan Ketchum, Jackson Birtch, and Morgan Hoffman.
 
With Flu, education can mean prevention
Cooler weather has arrived, and with it - flu season. There are steps each of us can take to help lessen the spread and severity of flu this season, such as frequent hand washing, covering coughs and sneezes, and staying away from others when you're feelng sick. The NYS Health Department has released THIS FACT SHEET to explain what flu is, and what we can do to minimize its impact on our lives at home, at work, and at school. 
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!
 
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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