How Do I…
Learn about what’s happening in our School District?
Follow us on social media. This is the place to look for program photos and highlights. A list of official feeds and commenting guidelines can be found on our News page. Read clips from the most recent news on our home page and click the read more link to go to the News page.
Read the Excelsior newsletter. Three issues per year (Fall/Winter, Budget and Spring/Summer) are mailed to all Suffern Central School District residents. Past issues are posted by school year on our Communications page.
Check our online calendars. School district events are posted on the Google calendar, as well as on Burbio.com, a free calendar service. For instructions on linking to the Google calendar and using the Burbio service, click here.
Attend Board of Education meetings. Meeting dates are posted on the Suffern Central calendar, on Burbio.com and on the BOE meeting page.
Access Board of Education agendas, minutes and policies?
Click BoardDocs for our public access page. Next click “Enter Public Site.” Please take some time to examine all the tabs–Featured, Meetings, Policies, Library, and Search–at the top of the page.
The Policies tab opens a page with a list organized by policy area. Clicking the name of policy area opens a dropdown menu of specific policies within that area. Clicking a policy name will open the text of that policy in the main window.
Find out about weather-related delays and closings?
Learn about the budget?
Click here for school district budget information. To keep apprised of the budget development process for the coming school year, residents may attend the public Board Budget Workshops. Workshop dates are posted on the Suffern Central Google calendar by late January each year.
Find specific information on the District website?
Click on A to Z under Quick Links.
Get contact information for District offices?
Click on Contact and FAQs under the About menu.
Learn more about how to use the district’s web sites?
Click here for a description of our sites and how they are organized.