From the Superintendent | An update about school nurse coverage at after school events

As we slowly attempt to return to normalcy during these unprecedented times, many school-related activities are again being offered. It is very exciting to see so many students attending various events like sports, clubs, and academic extra-curricular activities. Yet, as many of you know, many businesses throughout the country are experiencing difficulty filling many job …

A Single Bite brings free, healthy meals to Sullivan County families

A Single Bite is a food-based nonprofit in the Sullivan Catskills dedicated to feeding families with real, local food and to educating young people about the food they eat and where it comes from. Since March 2020, with help from every school district in Sullivan County and a community of volunteers, A Single Bite has prepared …

Help Sullivan County improve broadband access with this quick survey

The NYS Department of Public Service wants to learn more about local broadband availability and use, and is asking residents to complete a short  Speed Test and Assessment Survey.  High speed broadband service is crucial for distance learning and work from home, and also creates new options for medical care, access to government programs and …

It’s time to update your child’s emergency contact information

It is very important that the district has an up-to-date address and phone number for your family in case of emergencies. Here’s how to update your information: If you have a Parent Portal account If you have a Parent Portal account  with School Tool, please review all contact information for your child(ren) and email Brianna …

Required notification | No reportable pesticides used

New York State Education Law Section 409-H requires all public and non­public elementary and secondary schools to provide written notification regarding the use of pesticides periodically throughout the school year. To comply with the end of spring recess notification requirement, Tri­Valley Central School is providing the following information. No reportable pesticides have been used. If …

Mobile hotspots available to students without reliable internet service

Need internet access for virtual school and homework? Is your internet  too slow for learning at home? The ConnectED NY program is providing hotspots and data plans to students with unreliable internet service at home. A mobile hotspot provides a secure internet connection for other devices. Through AT&T, households will be offered unlimited data through June …

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING, ANNUAL MEETING, 2021-22 BUDGET VOTE AND ELECTION 

March 19, 2021 NOTICE IS HEARBY given that the Annual Budget Hearing of the residents of the Tri-Valley Central School District at Grahamsville, Sullivan County, New York will be held at the Tri-Valley Secondary School Lower Library in said District at Grahamsville, New York, on: Tuesday, May 4, 2021 At 7:00 P.M. (EDT) for the …

High-Risk Winter Sports Update from Sullivan County Public Health

January 27, 2021 Health Risk Communication I hope that this finds you and your family healthy and safe. At the Sullivan County Public Health Department, the protection of the public’s health is our fundamental goal. Governor Cuomo has announced that schools may allow high-risk sports and recreation activities as of February 1, 2021 if permitted …

Free student meals available for pick-up every Wednesday

All students are entitled to free breakfast and lunch on school days, including virtual days. Meals are available for pick up 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. Wednesdays. Please use the bus loop and pull up to the location near the meal pick up sign. If you would like to pick-up free meals please call 845-985-2296 …

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