T'Keyah Burgess and Jonathan Williams, Culinary Arts 1 students, set up and served refreshments at the faculty meeting on December 15th. Ms. Formyduval's Culinary Arts classes prepared the decorated cupcakes, cheese and fruit trays, and fruit punch for the event.
Free SAT Workshop.
Seniors, the last day to request a transcript to be sent through Parchment before the winter break is Friday, December 19th at 1:00 p,m. Transcript requests received after this time will not be processed until January 5th, 2015. Please be aware some colleges and scholarships have a January 1st deadline. Our offices will be closed. Submit your requests by noon Friday, Dec 19th.
Varsity Girls Basketball
Irmo 41 Spring Valley 35
Overall record 5-3
On Tuesday the varsity girls got off to a slow start but rallied to make the game a toss-up in the closing seconds. Nevertheless, the Vikings fell short of a win. Megan Davis led all SV scorers with 14 points. Christian Hithe tallied a double with 10 points and 14 rebounds. The Lady Vikings hope to get back to their winning ways in the District 9 Christmas Tournament in Sumter, S.C. on Dec. 26th.
Varsity Boys Basketball
Our varsity boys took a tough loss to Irmo last night. 76-87. Our leading scoring came from Marcus Holloway with 16 points, Malik Dunbar 13, Noah Harper 12, Jaylan Robinson 10, Israel Wall 7 and KJ Legette with 6. Please come support us as we play in the Chick-Fil-A Tournament this weekend at RNE.
|L to R: Dennis Patterson, Christian Scott, Zach Whitson, Alex Whitson, Ethan Dilley|
These students had the opportunity to work with other talented musicians from across the state, and performed a variety of musical selections with Quincy Hilliard, Composer in Residence and the Heyman Endowed Professor of Music at the University of Louisiana, and Jeff Ball, founder, artistic director, and conductor of the Brooklyn Wind Symphony.
Congratulations to these young men, they represented Spring Valley very well!