RNE DAZE Next Week

August 29th-September 2nd

Dress Days: 
Monday - Marvel Monday
Tuesday - My Big Fat Greek Tuesday
Wednesday - Wild West Wednesday
Thursday - Back to the 80's
Friday - Freedom Friday 

Lunch Activities: 
Tuesday - Go Greek or Go Home Fashion Show in the main gym
Wednesday - Backyard Barnyard Bash (eating contest) in the main gym 
Thursday - 80's block party in the aux gym
Friday - Lunch pep rally on the back patio 

Theme game: 
America Theme Game vs. RNE on September 2nd at 7:30 PM
All students can come out to paint up at 6:20 PM!

Donate School Supplies this Saturday

New Spring Church is collecting school supplies at Spring Valley front lot this Saturday, August 27th from 9:00am -10:30a for SVHS. Please come by and donate.
School Supplies:
#2 Pencils
Lined Paper
Post-it Notes 
Index Cards
 Hand Sanitizer
                                                              Clorox Wipes

Nothing But Net Charity Basketball Game

Viking Sports Wrap

Girls Golf defeated Lugoff-Elgin & Heathwood Hall
JV Football defeated LR 14-0
JV & Varsity Volleyball defeated RNE

Girls Golf
The lady Vikings golf team went to 4-0 on the season as they defeated Lugoff Elgin and Heathwood Hall in a tri-match at the Woodlands yesterday.  Low Medalist overall was Madison Branum for Heathwood Hall shooting an even round of 36.  Low Medalist for Spring Valley was Payton Starmack with a 39.  Others contributing for Spring Valley was Kamryn Beaman, Caroline Lumpkin and Millie Sox.

JV Football
Last night the JV football team defeated a scrappy Lower Richland team, 14-0 at Harry Parone. The team was led by Aiden Long and Sean Wiley as Captains. 

The offensive scoring came on two running plays. On about the 20 yard line, Quinard Cox sprang free on a sweep that was lead by an outstanding crack block executed by Chance Cain. QB/Kicker Alex Herrera added the extra point. Later on Jaquez Terrell scored from 10 yards out to close out the first half, giving the Vikings the final touchdown of the evening. Again, Alex Herrera was equal to the task on PAT. He kicked well in all phases of special team play. Alex also began to run the option well in the fourth quarter of the game and showed significant improvement as the night concluded. 

The defense played a great game and held the Diamond Hornets at bay and out of the end zone the entire night. Although the defensive coaching staff always stresses a team effort, there were several highlights worth mentioning.  Eric Porter had a sack in the first, Aiden Long had a sack in the second. Mario Ravenell had sack in the third, and later again in the fourth. Reggie Stewart had a sack in the third, and Caleb Roberts had an excellent pass break up in the end zone late in the fourth to deny the Diamond Hornets their final chance at scoring. 

The Junior Varsity and Varsity Volleyball team both defeated Richland Northeast in Thursday night’s season opener and Blackout game at Spring Valley High School. JV swept RNE in two games 25-9, 25-13. Freshman, Alisha Pitt and Junior, Alyssa Boken, led the JV team with 4 Kills and freshman, Lelia Richardson, led the team with 5 Serve Aces.
The SVHS gymnasium was electric as we started off the Varsity match with our very own Captain of the Varsity team, Karolyn Martin, singing the National Anthem. The volleyball program would like to thank the SVHS Varsity cheerleaders for leading students, faculty, parents and fans with enthusiastic team spirit that undoubtedly impacted the tempo of the game.  A special shout out to one of our Varsity Cheerleaders who was the only one to win a slice of pizza by serving and hitting a pizza box target during our Serve Contest!
The Varsity girls won a hard fought match going to 5 sets and winning the 5th to clinch the Win; 26-24, 25-16, 23-25, 24-26 and 15-13. The Lady Vikings dominated in Kills with Junior, Dariona Dash, leading the team with 12 Kills and Juniors, Danielle Simpson and Maya Wright with 11 Kills each. Danielle Simpson also led the team with 6 Serve Aces.
The Lady Vikings will be at home again this Monday, August 29th, for a Tri-match versus Sumter and Aiken High Schools. JV and Varsity games will both play in the main gymnasium starting at 5:00pm.

Volleyball Game Tonight


HOSA is hosting Spring Valley’s first ever Mini Dance Marathon (MDM)!! Spring Valley MDM is working with the USC Dance Marathon to raise funds for Palmetto Health Children’s Hospital and put on our main event. 

The mini dance marathon will take place on Saturday, October 22nd, from 5-9 PM at Spring Valley High School in the main gym. Our event will include activities, cheers, stories from local Miracle families, theme hours, games, food, and of course, dancing! 

All Spring Valley students, faculty, staff, and family can now register at tinyurl.com/svmdmdonordrive. Please register as an individual dancer. All team registration information will be given out by club advisors and team leaders. If you are unable to attend the event, you can make donations directly to the event on donor drive. 

Any questions can be directed to springvalleymdm@gmail.com or to our Executive Director, Tanvi Mehta, at 803-553-5836. 

Thank you for your support, and we hope you will join us October 22nd to dance For The Kids!  

Find us on social media at: 
Instagram/Twitter: @vikingMDM
Facebook: Spring Valley Mini Dance Marathon

HOSA Interest Meeting Aug. 26th

Spring Valley HOSA's interest meeting is this Friday, August 26th, at 12:20 PM in the auditorium. The meeting is mandatory for past and prospective members. 

HOSA provides a unique program of leadership development, motivation, and recognition students interested in healthcare. The mission of HOSA is to enhance the delivery of compassionate, quality health care by providing opportunities for knowledge, skill and leadership development of all health science education students, therefore, helping the student meet the needs of the health care community.

Spring Valley HOSA conducts meetings, hosts events, competes in health science events, and partakes in community service projects throughout the year. Our members learn about healthcare, develop leadership and communication skills, and give back to our local community. 

Come to our interest meeting to learn more about HOSA and membership requirements!