2014-2015 First Semester Exam Schedule

Viking Sports Wrap

Girls Varsity Basketball
The varsity girls participated in the Pre-Season Palmetto Rehab Tip- Off Tournament on Monday, 11/24/14 at York Comprehensive High School. The result was a loss to RJ Renolds High School from Winston Salem, N.C. The final score was 70-52.  Christian Hithe led all scorers with 16 points followed by Megan Davis and Akia Dunlap with 10 each. Following them were Dominique Hill and Shantay Taylor with 5 points . Bayleigh Ponds, Brittany Joyner and Joi Jones netted 2 each. Joi Jones and Shantay Taylor were the leading rebounders with 6 apiece. Next game is Tuesday, 11/25/14 against Andrew Jackson High School at 6:00.

JV Girls Basketball
The JV girls lost a close one to Andrew Jackson last night 30-34. We were led in scoring by Breanna Martinez with 9 points, Fredi Pritchett 8 points, Sabrina Martinez 5 points, Shalyn Jacobs and Tierney Porter 3 points each and Ti'Asia Wilson 2 points. We play tonight at 5:30 vs either York or Rock Hill. First lost to break 26 game winning streak.

Flip Your Classroom Contest Winners

Congratulations to Kimberly English's Algebra 1 Part 1 Class on receiving the Honorable Mention award for McWaters' Flip Your Classroom Contest.

Piano Class With Dr. Shuko Watanabe

Dr. Shuko Watanabe is on the piano faculty at Washington and Lee University. A native of Japan, she has toured extensively and is a recording artists with Navona and Capstone Records. Dr. Watanabe was Dr. Hawkins' teacher when he, himself, was a teenager! Today, she coached students on music by Beethoven and JS Bach. Thanks to the Spring Valley Education Foundation for the purchase of the piano for our auditorium.

Spring Valley Players Presents 12 Angry Jurors

Thanksgiving Holiday November 26th - 28th

Photo courtesy of Sandy Marcotte
Richland Two schools will be closed in recognition of the Thanksgiving Holiday; Wednesday, November 26th, Thursday, November 27th, and Friday, November 28th. Happy Thanksgiving!

Engineering Students Puzzle Out Designs

Students in Introduction to Engineering Design hand-sketched, computer-modeled, hand-built, and hand-painted wooden toy puzzle cubes.