Peachjar eFlyers Information

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Suffern Central embraces the opportunities offered by our digital world. We are now making both school and community flyers readily available on our websites through a new service called Peachjar. Peachjar is a digital flyer system that posts flyers online and sends them directly to parent/guardian emails. Non- profit organizations who wish to send flyers to the Suffern Central community can now submit flyers for approval through Peachjar. School groups can also submit their flyers via Peachjar as well, and delivery will be automated daily.

Peachjar is simple to use. You never need to log in, but you can to manage your account preferences.  To log in click here.  Below is a list of Peachjar’s pages for all our schools.


*Register with Peachjar if:


  • You are a Program Provider who is ready to send a digital flyer about your program to parents in schools that use Peachjar.
  • If you are a member of District/School Staff and you want to receive your schools Peachjar flyers.**
  • You are a Parent/Family Member and have been told by your school to register in order to begin receiving flyers, or if you are in a school that uses Peachjar but you don’t receive flyers via email yet.
  • If you are a Parent Group representative at a school using Peachjar.**


*  If you are a parent and your child’s school is implementing PeachJar and you have not been instructed to register, no action is required. Generally, parents are automatically registered by their school district and will receive an email with login instructions. If you did not receive login instructions, please make sure your email address is on file with your school.

**  Your District/School Peachjar Administrator will need to grant you privileges before you can “Send a Flyer”.
Your flyer will be automatically submitted to the Suffern Central School District for approval. Your flyer will be reviewed and the material approved or denied based on our approval standards.


Distribution of Printed Materials Guidelines

In an effort to work with school based, public and not for profit organizations that wish to provide important educational/recreational/cultural information to the students or their families, the following guidelines shall govern all requests to make available printed materials by outside organizations.

1. The Superintendent of Schools or his designee shall review all printed materials for appropriateness.
2. Printed materials will be limited to school based and community based not for profit organizations only.
3. Political information including elected officials or candidates names may not be printed on materials to be distributed.
4. Printed information may not advertise the sale of any service or product.
5. Any event or program being advertised must be open to the entire Suffern Central School District community.
6. Organizations who do not meet the above criteria may not utilize the District to distribute printed materials.

School Reopening Update - 8/7/20

Governor Andrew Cuomo today announced that schools across New York State will be allowed to reopen and must work with the SED and DOH as to how that will occur. He also announced a series of next steps for districts to take between now and August 21, including posting separately their remote learning, COVID testing and contract tracing plans, in addition to holding discussions with parents and staff.  With this new information, the Suffern Central School District will take a few days to align its state-mandated reopening plans with Governor Cuomo's directives. Please watch for updates on school day scheduling, instruction, transportation and other critical district operations in the coming days as well as dates for parent and staff discussions to be held.


El gobernador Andrew Cuomo anunció hoy que las escuelas en todo el estado de Nueva York podrán reabrir y deben trabajar con el SED y el DOH en cuanto a cómo ocurrirá eso. También anunció una serie de próximos pasos para que los distritos tomen entre ahora y el 21 de agosto, incluyendo publicar por separado su aprendizaje remoto, pruebas COVID y planes de seguimiento de contratos, además de mantener conversaciones con los padres y el personal. Con esta nueva información, el Distrito Escolar Central de Suffern tardará unos días en alinear sus planes de reapertura obligatorios por el estado con las directivas del gobernador Cuomo. Esté atento a las actualizaciones sobre la programación del día escolar, la instrucción, el transporte y otras operaciones críticas del distrito en los próximos días, así como las fechas para las discusiones de padres y personal que se llevarán a cabo.