2014-2015 Second Semester Exam Schedule


Memorial Day - Student Holiday Monday, May 25th

Richland Two schools, centers and administration offices will be closed on Monday, May 25th in observance of Memorial Day. 

Discovery Students Compete at the Prestigious International Science and Engineering Fair

Discovery magnet students Grace Smith (junior), Jacob Cooney (sophomore), and Tanvi Mehta (sophomore) recently attended the International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.  Grace and Jacob competed against over 1700 other finalists representing 78 different countries. Tanvi participated in a Project Share and served as a Public Day Volunteer as part of her role as an Observer. Grace earned third place in the world (and $1000) in the category of Behavioral and Social Sciences for her research on the correlation between level of self-determination and level of post traumatic stress disorder symptom severity in veterans. All three students had a wonderful experience at this international competition! Congratulations to them, their parents, and their research teachers, Dr. Bedlek-Anslow, Mr. Dale Soblo, and Mrs. Michelle Spigner.

Seniors and Textbooks

Seniors, please do not return your textbooks until you have completed your exams and your teachers tell you that you will no longer need the books in their courses. Senior exams are May 20th through May 22nd. As you finish each exam, and your teachers tell you that you will no longer need a textbook in their classes, you may return your books to the book room any time. We will scan in books as we receive them. Seniors who do not return their textbooks by May 26th, or who have unpaid textbook debt (or any debt for that matter), will not be on the preliminary graduation "walk list" posted May 27th. Study! Good luck on your final exams.

SV Band Students Compete at the SCBDA Solo & Ensemble Clinic

Congratulations to the following Spring Valley band students for accepting the challenge and following through with their commitment to perform for an adjudicated rating at the SCBDA Solo & Ensemble Clinic. Twenty-three Spring Valley band students earned the top rating of Superior and three students earned Excellent ratings. We are very proud of these outstanding musicians.

Zach Whitson  Trombone Solo - Superior
Ethan Dilley    Alto sax Solo  - Excellent 
Eloise Lamie    French horn Solo  - Superior 
Macey Coulter  Alto sax Solo - Superior
Gloria Kim       Clarinet Solo - Superior 
Melody Davis, Aaron Roach   Trumpet Duet   - Superior
Dennis Patterson Jr., Alan Port    Brass Duet  - Superior
Chris Juhn   Clarinet Solo  - Superior 
Melody Davis, Dennis Patterson  Brass Duet  - Superior 
Kaitlyn Froelich   Oboe Solo  - Superior
Gloria Kim, Chris Juhn  Clarinet Duet  - Superior 
Jacob Brock, Ryan Brock   Woodwind Duet  - Excellent 
William Edwards   French horn Solo - Superior 
David Coulter, Tiffini Edgeington, Amanda Lay   Woodwind Trio - Superior 
Alex Whitson   Oboe Solo  - Superior
Mazen Cotran   Snare Solo - Superior
Mazen Cotran, Glennith Johnson, Spencer Henry, Matthew Moore  Percussion Quartet 
- Superior

WSV News May 21, 2015

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Krishna Gorrepati Participates in I-SWEEEP Olympiad

Krishna Gorrepati, a Discovery junior, attended the International Sustainable World Energy, Engineering, and Environment Project Olympiad (I-SWEEEP) held in Houston, Texas May 7th - 11th. Krishna was selected to represent our state/country by carrying the flags during the Opening Ceremony. Krishna, whose project was titled "The Effect of a P-N TiO2/Cu2O/ITO Composite Junction Created Using Electron Beam Evaporation on a Shewanella oneidensis MR1 Powered Microbial Coupled Photochemical Fuel Cell" was selected to compete at I-SWEEEP at the 2015 University of South Carolina Region II Science and Engineering Fair.  At I-SWEEEP, Krishna won a bronze medal and $150. Congratulations to Krishna, his parents, and his research teacher, Mrs. Michelle Spigner!