Stockbridge Valley Central School

We empower students through education.

Communications


  • Day 6 (Elem) and Day 2 (HS)

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  • Instruction to view customized sport calender

    On the athletics web page:

    1) Click Customize Calendar View

    2) Click Pencil Icon next to Categories

    3) Click Add/Remove

    4) All categories are selected by default. Unselect any categories you no longer want to view.

    5) Click I'm Done

    Now you will be able to view/print a calendar/list view of just the schedules you wish to view. 

    These selection will remain on your current device until you edit them again. 

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Mission, Vision and Core Beliefs

MISSION STATEMENT:

''We empower students through education.''

DISTRICT VISION:

'We aspire to be recognized as a high performing school that instills excellence and graduates all students prepared for college and careers.''

CORE BELIEFS:

Students:  Students are at the forefront of our decision-making.
Wellness:  Every child deserves a safe, nurturing learning environment.
Character:  We value responsibility, integrity and respect.
Learning:  Learning is a life-long endeavor involving risk-taking, making mistakes and perseverance.
Engagement:  Parents, guardians and the community are necessary and valued partners in our students’ education.
Diversity:  We embrace and celebrate diversity.
Staff development:  Quality student learning demands commitment to continuous professional development.

7th Grade Global Citizens - Raising Money for "Water for Sudan"

Sometimes you just can't "count" CHANGE!    Building wells...saving lives

Water for South Sudan digs borehole wells in villages across Sudan, bringing clean drinking water to thousands of villagers. These wells keep villagers from becoming ill after drinking the only water available to them, which is contaminated. The villages in which the wells are dug often flourish. Markets, clinics, and schools are built around these wells. The little girls that previously had to spend eight hours a day walking to collect water for their families are now able to go to school. Image result for a long walk to water
 
After reading the book, A Long Walk to Water by Linda Sue Park, the students felt inspired to help make a change of their own. Throughout the month of January, the Class of 2022 hosted a change drive fundraiser to help raise money for the Water for South Sudan organization. The seventh grade class worked extremely hard and all of the money will be donated to the Water for South Sudan organization, proving that you can make a change no matter whom you are or where you come from.
 
In addition to collecting change, students sold a limited number of Water for Sudan T-shirts. The money will be totaled on Friday, January 20th. Check back at the Stockbridge Valley website to find out the exact amount. Thank you to the students, staff and community for your generous contributions!

District News

SVCS Spotlight

  • Jacob Ax Speaks on Behalf of Injured Farmers

    Stockbridge Valley senior, Jacob Ax, recently traveled to Phoenix, AZ to speak at the annual American Farm Bureau Convention and IDEAg Trade Show. The subject of his speech was handicap accessible farming, which was inspired by a conversation Jacob had with SVCS cleaner, Randy Mennig back when Jacob first moved to Stockbridge Valley in 2010. Jacob wanted to bring attention to injured farmers and ways to help them continue their livelihood with specialized equipment. Jacob originally wrote his speech for FFA competition last year. He placed 4th at the district level and took 1st place at the sub-state and state levels. In October, Jacob presented the speech at the National FFA Convention in Indianapolis where he earned bronze medal status. During this time, a representative from NYCAMH (New York Center of Agricultural Medicine and Health) heard Jacob’s presentation and asked him to share it with the NYCAMH organization in Cooperstown, NY. On his way home from Cooperstown, Jacob received a call requesting his appearance at the American Farm Bureau Convention in Phoenix. After speaking at the convention in Arizona on January 7-9, Jacob gave his presentation to the Madison County Farm Bureau members in Morrisville and is planning another presentation for Bassett Healthcare in June. Jacob is currently the New York State Treasurer for FFA and plans to attend Morrisville College in the fall to major in agriculture business. Jacob is the son of Chip and Karen Ax of Munnsville.

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  • Beau Burke Pins 100th Win

    Congratulations to Beau Burke who wrestled his way to win #100 on January 12. Pictured is Beau with his coach, Will Merithew.

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