Indoor track and skiing begins Nov. 30 | Start of high risk winter sports rescheduled to Jan. 4

The New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) has announced that the start date for high risk winter sports has been rescheduled for Jan. 4, 2021. This includes basketball, competitive cheer and wrestling. Until authorization is granted by state officials, NYSPHSAA member schools are not permitted to participate in sports determined to be …

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 …

From the Superintendent | COVID-19 closure decisions explained

Hello Tri-Valley! I hope this finds you and your families well! I have been told that there is some confusion regarding what happens when a student or staff member receives a positive test for COVID-19 and how the school district reacts with regards to a closure. I wanted to take this opportunity to walk everyone …

Secondary School student test positive for COVID-19 | All instruction on Friday, Oct. 23 will be remote

On Thursday, Oct. 22, the district was notified that a Secondary School student has tested positive for COVID-19. This district has contacted Sullivan County Public Health and have begun formal contact tracing procedures. Every individual identified as a “primary contact” will receive a notification from the school this evening and from the New York State …

Tri-Valley welcomes new educators to Bear Country!

The Tri-Valley Central School District has welcomed several new educators this year. Please welcome them to Bear Country! Donna Brooks, Teaching Assistant Donna Brooks worked as an aide in the Tri-Valley Life Skills class and has also coached our cross-country athletes. She will now be a Teaching Assistant in the Elementary School. Before coming to …

From the Superintendent | All classes go fully remote, buildings re-open Oct. 19

Dear Tri-Valley community, I wanted to take a moment to update you regarding the school campus closure following a positive COVID test by one of our staff members. Eleven staff members and 20 students of Tri-Valley Secondary School have been referred to Sullivan County Public Health in response to the positive COVID-19 case at the …

All classes remote on Oct. 5, 6 | School buildings closed for deep cleaning

On Sunday, Oct. 4, the district learned that a staff member has tested positive for Covid-19. All students in Tri-Valley Elementary and Tri-Valley Secondary school will attend classes remotely on Monday, Oct. 5 and Tuesday, Oct. 6. Both schools will be closed for deep cleaning. Students who attend BOCES for full-day instruction (who never come …

Welcome our new Elementary Assistant Principal, Devin Lamar

The Tri-Valley Central School District is pleased to welcome our new Elementary School Assistant Principal, Mr. Devin Lamar. Mr. Lamar’s certifications include a professional teaching certificate in Social Studies, an initial teaching certificate in Students with Disabilities, as well as School Building & School District Leader.  In addition to this, he was the first person in …

Summer School goes remote due to COVID-19

In May, Governor Cuomo announced that this year, as a result of the COVID-19 health crisis, instruction for summer school must be offered virtually. As a result, Tri-Valley’s summer school options, in development now, will be online. Details will be available shortly. The State Education Department is in the process of organizing a task force …

School budget approved; three BOE members elected

Voters in the Tri-Valley Central School District approved the proposed 2020-21 school budget by a vote of 477 in favor to 181 against. Voters also elected three members to the Board of Education. Four candidates were vying for three available seats. Pat Kelly: 445 (elected) Keith Stryker: 407 (elected) Randy MacGregor: 406 (elected) George Dean: 379 …

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