Jan. 26 Message the Superintendent | Masks remain required

Dear Parents, Guardians, and Colleagues, Yesterday afternoon, the Governor and the Department of Health appealed the decision of the Nassau County Supreme Court judge that voided the mask  requirement for schools. The NYS Appeals Court stayed the judge’s order.  Consequently, the mask mandate is still in effect. The response to the ruling from the NYS …

CTEC bus involved in Route 55 collision | No major injuries observed

Today, at about 11:45 a.m., a bus transporting TVSS students to the BOCES CTEC campus in Liberty was involved in a two-vehicle collision on Route 55.  First responders quickly arrived at the scene, as did district administrators. Upon arrival all students were alert, and no major injuries were observed. All of the students have been …

Jan. 25 Superintendent’s Message | Masks remain required for all students, staff

Dear Parents and Guardians, Last night (Jan. 24) the Nassau County Supreme Court ruled that the Governor and State Health Department does not have the authority to order mask wearing regulations.  The response to the ruling from the NYS Education Department is as follows: “The State Education Department understands that Nassau County Supreme Court has …

From the Superintendent | Shortened quarantine protocols and more COVID-19 updates

Dear Families, Happy New Year to all of you! Hope you had a good winter break. Over the past three weeks, the CDC, NYS Department of Health (DOH), and the Sullivan County Public Health Services (SCPHS) significantly changed their guidance on COVID-19 for schools. There are two basic reasons for this: first, the Omicron variant …

COMMUNITY SURVEY | Let the BOE know what’s important to you as the search for a new TVCSD Superintendent begins

Dear members of the Tri-Valley School District, The Board of Education is beginning the process of searching for a new superintendent and has asked the Sullivan BOCES to help the School Board with the process. As one of the initial steps in the process, the Board is seeking your input on the desired characteristics and …

Potential Tri-Valley Covid-19 vaccination clinic for 5-11 year olds

The Department of Public Health has contacted Tri-Valley about the possibility of hosting a COVID-19 vaccination clinic for 5-11 year-olds. One of the advantages of your child being vaccinated is that if they are exposed to COVID-19,  quarantine may not be required. In order to determine if we have enough interest to hold the clinic, …

New dismissal schedule, parent pick-up times go into effect Monday, Jan. 3

New student dismissal times go in to effect Monday, Jan. 3. The new schedule pushes back dismissal times for all students by about 15 minutes. Here’s the new schedule: If your child rides a school bus home At the end of the school day, students who ride the school bus will be dismissed beginning at …

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