Join us for Family and Community Virtual Chats Aug. 4, 6, and 10

Please join us for the Family and Community Virtual Chats Tuesday, Aug. 4. Everyone, especially students, are welcome! Topics will include: Title I funding information will be presented. Share your ideas on ways TVCSD can support students and  families. How to join Tuesday, Aug. 4 Time: 6-7 pm By computer: meet.google.com/mrb-mzwx-hni By phone: +1 405-646-0341 …

Parent letter on School Reopening

Hello parents and guardians! I hope that you have been enjoying your summer thus far and that everyone is safe and healthy. We here at the Tri-Valley Central School District have been working diligently to plan for the possible reopening of school in September. As parents and guardians, you will soon be faced with making …

Student supply lists for 2020-21 are ready!

Welcome back! Here’s what your student will need for the 2020-21 school year: Universal Pre-K | Kindergarten| K-2 with Mr. Mattes | Grade 1| Grade 2| Grade 3| Grades 3-5 with Mrs. Burger | Grade 4| Grade 5 | Grade 6 | Grade 7 Universal Pre-K Backpack (no wheels),  large enough to hold a folder, …

The track is open again!

The Tri-Valley track, closed along with all school buildings and grounds since mid-March as a result of the COVID-19 health emergency, has re-opened for public use. While using the track the following safety protocols must be observed: No no more than 10 people on the track at one time Social distancing must be maintained Masks …

Childcare for essential workers available; volunteers sought

By Executive Order, the public school districts of Sullivan County have developed emergency child care plans for essential workers. Essential workers include first responders, healthcare workers, food manufacturers, supermarket workers, food preparation workers, commercial truck drivers, transit workers, carriers of critical and essential materials, construction workers, manufacturing workers, specialized equipment workers related to health or …

Be Counted! Don’t forget to fill out the 2020 U.S. Census

If you haven’t completed the 2020 U.S. Census, please do so soon. By participating in the Census, you help make a difference for our schools, students, and community.   Census data is used to help make important decisions about funding for schools and services, including health care, senior centers, roads, and political representation. The 2020 U.S. …

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