Elementary Newspaper Club Releases Third Issue of TV Newsletter

Members of the Tri-Valley Elementary School Newspaper Club created their third and last issue of TV News for the 2023-24 school year.

Printer friendly version: TV News Issue 3

This is a list of students from our school featured in the Sullivan County Art show. Congratulations to All!

Addison Dubois
Lydia Kortright
Josue Mejia Escalante
Emma Giglio
Leila Exner
Derek Balkowski
Kaia Krier
Connor Garigliano
Brandon Greenspan
Chloe Ortiz Jiminez
Benson Rubik
Avilyn Winter
Cole Cassidy
Autumn Pinelli
Olivia Gardiner
Mackenzie Mioglionico
Ariel Barasa
Mia Horton
Tyce Vanvalkenburg
Freddy Moore
Muzi Li
Tiara Askankyzy
Odin Geyer
Aislynn Weyant
Jayce Hendrickson
Jason Penn
Naiya Patel
Charlotte Uciechowski
Bianna Meyer
Crixus Fields
Navya Patel
Kenzie Krier
Paityn Closs

The Sullivan County PK-12 Art Show presented the work of students from the County’s eight school districts and Sullivan BOCES at the Event’s Gallery at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts on April 12 to April 14.

Annie Jr. Play
by Navya Patel


Annie Jr. is a play held by Ms. Hartman and Mrs. Weyant. The grade levels that participated in this were 5-8th. Everyone who participated in this got a role from main characters to ensemble. Since I am a part of this play I have to say so far we are doing really well, like even the people who got ensemble parts do so much. From my perspective, play practice is super fun but also everyone practices so much, that we got so much done so far. This play will be great! The play will take place in the Bernstein Theater at the end of May or the beginning of June. Everyone should come, in my opinion this play will be really good.

All About the Newspaper Students


Isabelle Kahn

I am kind and independent. My mom says I act too much like an adult. I ride horses and I have been in the ER a couple of times, mostly from horseback riding and one time from an allergic reaction.

Samuel Morton Curry

I like video games and I like music. My favorite band right now is AJR.

Hi my name is Mike A Cacioppo and I love farming and dog’s. I love working outside with my dad in the field.

Interview with Mrs. Long
By Isabelle Kahn


Q: What is your job here?
A: The Superintendent

Q: Is there anything fun happening for 5th and 6th grade?
A: Career Day and DARE Graduation, Field Trips

Q: What piece of advice would you give all the students?
A: Get a good night’s sleep. Get organized the day before and have fun!

Q: What would you be if you weren’t a teacher?
A: A Police Officer

Q: What are some of your hobbies?
A: I cook, golf, travel, playing with grandchild

Q: What is your favorite book?
A: Madeline

Q: What is your favorite sport and team?
A: Basketball, Duke

Q: What were you in your previous job?
A: A Principal

Q: If you could meet anyone in the world who would you meet?
A: Dave Matthews

Q: If you could travel back in time, who would you meet and where would you go?
A: Australia and I would want to meet all the wonderful teachers there.

By Samuel Morton-Curry


As a D.A.R.E student I will be sharing some things that I learned in DARE:

Fact 1: Did you know more than 100,000+ people die from drug abuse every year?

Fact 2: Using any source of drugs can permanently damage you by stopping your brain from intaking information.

Fact 3: I’ m also using the information I’ve gathered by using multiple coping skills when I’m mad.

Interview with Ms. Cornish


Q: What is your favorite book?
A: The Lorax by Dr. Seuss

Q: What is your favorite animal?
A: Wolf

Q: Why did you choose this career?
A: I decided to pursue a career in education because I have a passion for nurturing curiosity in students and guiding them to explore the natural wonders around them. I find joy in supporting their growth and helping them develop a love for learning. I believe that every child has the potential to achieve great things, and as an educator, I am committed to helping them unlock their full potential. It is truly fulfilling to see students grow, learn, and succeed, and knowing that I played a part in their journey is the most rewarding aspect of my job.

Q: Do you have any pets?
A: Yes, one dog…Finn

Q: What are your hobbies?
A: Foraging, Hiking and Gardening

Q: What is your favorite sport and team?
A: Wrestling…soon to be Colorado Mesa University where my niece will be wrestling under a scholarship

Q: What is your favorite part about this job?
A: Learning and supporting students, families and staff

Q: If you did not choose this career path what would you have done?
A: Continued to serve in the Army

Q: What is your favorite color?
A: Periwinkle blue

Q: What is your favorite movie and why?
A: Personally, I don’t have a favorite movie as I prefer spending my time outdoors soaking up nature’s beauty. Whether it’s a hike in the mountains or a bike ride around the area, being outside always brings me a sense of peace and joy.