1st 10:45 - 11:16
2nd 11:21 - 11:52
3rd 11:57 - 12:33
4th 12:38 - 1:09
Lunch 1:09 - 1:44
5th 1:49 - 2:20
6th 2:25 - 2:56
7th 3:01 - 3:33
Congratulations to Miss Vinita Cheepurupalli for winning first place on her individual website entitled Penicillin: The Unexpected Encounter of a Miracle Drug at this year's National History Day Competition in South Carolina.
Each fall, over half a million students nationwide begin the year-long National History Day program, competing in a series of history contests in their local schools, regions and affiliates. The top students in each category are selected for participation in the national contest. Participating students choose their own topics of study and research from original sources based on the theme: Exploration, Encounter and Exchange in History. National History Day students research historic documents and artifacts, conduct oral histories, search the Internet for information on their topics and travel to historic sites. They present their work in a variety of ways, by creating exhibits, documentaries, performances, websites or historical research paper.
Vinita won first place at both the state and regional NHD competition. The national annual Kenneth E. Behring National History Day contest will be held in University of Maryland from June 12-16.
Last night, the girls soccer team defeated Ridge View by a score of 6-0. Tomorrow, the girls soccer team will have its final home game of the season, hosting Westwood at 5:30pm. This is also Senior Night (rescheduled after bad weather last Friday), where we will bid farewell to Linnea Bacon, Caroline Herrera, Megan Huntley, Alyssia Mitchell, and Laurel Sawyer - we wish them well in college next year and beyond!
at Ridge View
Spring Valley 6
Ridge View 0
Goals: SV Austin Lea, Haley Westall, Paige Ashworth (2), Aspen Evans, Caroline Herrera
Assists: Kirsten Jones, Caroline Herrera, Austin Lea, Megan Huntley, Bailey McManus
Goalies: SV Logan Randal RV: Madison Arrington, Hadiyah Ballard
Records: SV 9-10-1, 4-5 RV 1-9-0, 0-7
The MAN UP program will be hosting a Jean Drive for the month of April. We are asking all students, faculty, and staff to bring in any jeans and/or pants you are willing to donate. All jeans and/or pants will be donated to God's Storehouse for charity. Please bring jeans and pants only. No shorts.
The last day to bring in donations will be Friday, April 29th. Donations should be turned in to the School Counseling Department. This is a great opportunity for you to support a good cause while cleaning out your closet. See Mr. Webb, Mr. Ross, or Mr. Hawkins for more information.
Spring Valley’s Chapter of TRI-M Music Honor Society had their 2015-2016 Induction Ceremony on Tuesday, April 26th in the Spring Valley Auditorium.
Spring Valley proudly inducted four new members Cassidy Johnson, Veronica McLean, Alyssia Mitchell and Alan Port. Spring Valley’s officers include: Priscilla Rhym (President), Breland Green (Vice-President), Ebony Patton (Secretary), Priscilla Li (Treasurer) and Jessica Perry (Historian). Current Members Inculde : Mazen Cotran, Ethan Dilley, Hannah Havens, Christopher Juhn, Sifzaeli Masolwa, Breanna Murrin, Austin Myers, Dennis Patterson, Jayohndra Price and Kira Saini.
Congratulations to world language students from Spring Valley High School who attained national recognition for excellent performance on the 2016 National Spanish Examinations.
Students from Spring Valley High School earned a total of 5 gold, 7 silver and 5 bronze medals along with 15 honorable mentions. “Attaining a medal or honorable mention for any student on the National Spanish Examinations is very prestigious,” said Kevin Cessna-Buscemi, National Director of the Exams, “because the exams are the largest of their kind in the United States with over 160,000 students participating in 2016.”
Students from Spring Valley High School have a long history of high achievement on these exams and were taught by Spanish teachers, Gloria Ham, Rodney Grantham, Carmen Nazario, Zuleika Hernandez and Kristina Schwarzbauer. The National Spanish Examinations are administered each year in grades 6 through 12, and are sponsored by the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese.
Susan Adams, library media specialist at Spring Valley, has been selected to attend one of four Library of Congress 2016 Summer Teacher Institutes. In this five-day program for K-12 educators, Library of Congress education specialists facilitate sessions modeling strategies for using primary sources to engage students, build critical thinking skills, and construct knowledge. Participants consider, discuss, and develop applications to their students, their classrooms, and school libraries. During the week, participants draw from among the millions of digitized primary sources in the Library’s collections to design and refine specific primary source activities to implement in classroom settings. Participants also have opportunities to meet experts within the Library and visit the Maps; Manuscripts; Prints & Photographs and other Reading Rooms to gather information and resources to use in developing their activities. Ms. Adams is looking forward to representing Richland Two and Spring Valley High School with pride.