TVCSD Board of Education Appoints Dr. William Silver Acting Superintendent

The Tri-Valley Central School District Board of Education has appointed Dr. William Silver to serve as the district’s acting superintendent, effective July 29. Dr. Silver retired in June 2017 from Liberty Central School District after four decades in the field of education, including more than 20 years as a superintendent in New York and Connecticut. …

Back-to-School shopping already? Here are the TVES supply lists

Here’s what your student will need for the 2021-22 school year: Universal Pre-K | Kindergarten | Grade 1| Grade 2| Grade 3 | Grade 4| Grade 5 | Grades 5-6 with Mrs. Burger | Grade 6 | Grade 7 Universal Pre-K Backpack (no wheels),  large enough to hold a folder, library book, and winter jacket. Lunch Box Leak-proof …

District Superintendent Michael Williams placed on administrative leave

Tri-Valley Central School District Superintendent Michael Williams has been placed on administrative leave pending further action by the Board of Education. Tri-Valley’s Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction Debra Kelley and Robert Whitaker, Assistant Superintendent for Business, will share the duties of the superintendent in the short term. The Board will meet July 8 to discuss next …

SUPERINTENDENT’S UPDATE | New graduation guidelines allow larger crowd, eliminate COVID-19 vaccine, test requirements

Dear parents/guardians of the Class of 2021, I want to take a moment to congratulate you on your child’s accomplishments this year and also thank you for your continued support in what has been a very challenging period of time. As we approach the finale of your child’s young educational career, that being graduation, I …

The Guidepost | Get the May 21, 2021 issue here!

The latest edition of The Guidepost is now available! Click here for a printer-friendly copy of the May 21,  2021 issue. Copies are also available in the Tri-Valley Elementary and Secondary School offices.

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 …

Are you a student over age 16 and want the COVID-19 vaccine?

The Sullivan County COVID-19 Task Force, in collaboration with Garnet Health, is considering hosting a vaccine clinic for Sullivan County students age 16 and over, and their parents, guardians and grandparents. The Pfizer vaccine is the only vaccine approved for ages 16 and 17. Supply is difficult to obtain, so the Sullivan County COVID-19 Task …

Universal Pre-K and Kindergarten Registration is now open

Registration for Universal Pre-K and Kindergarten at Tri-Valley is now open, and we can’t wait to welcome your child. Here’s how to enroll: Universal Pre-Kindergarten Children who will be 4 years old by Dec. 1, 2021, are eligible for the TVCSD Universal Pre-K program. To register a student, please call 845-985-2296 ext. 5405 or email …

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 …

From TVSS Principal David Pulley | March 2021 message

Dear Parents, Guardians and Students, Last month we announced our top two  graduates for the Class of 2021; Rebecca Musa (1) and Jeremiah Steinhilber (2). I am very proud to announce the remaining Top 10 graduates for the Class of 2021: Lorna Bragg (3) Tia Katz (4) Nicholas Jucha (5) Jordan Costa (6) Carsen Terwilliger …

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