Spring Valley Head Football Coach, Dr. Jerry Brown, has been named as the head coach of South Carolina for the 2015 Shrine Bowl. This was announced at the 2014 Shrine Bowl game on Saturday. Coach Brown has won 8 SC State Football Championships, 5 of those coming as a head coach at 3 different schools. His last state championship was in 2013 as the head coach of Batesburg-Leesville High School. Coach Brown has returned to Spring Valley where he won the state championship in 2008 and had a winning season this past year. Congratulations to Coach Brown for being named the 2015 Shrine Bowl head coach.
On Monday, January 12th at 4 pm in the weight room classroom, there will be an informational meeting for those interested in joining the boys lacrosse team for the 2015 season.
It is a MANDATORY meeting if you are considering trying out.
Mrs. Keisha Berry is on the Ebola team at Palmetto Health Richland hospital. She gave a presentation on how Ebola affects the body, how it is transmitted, and how healthcare professionals prepare for and treat all potential Ebola patients. She demonstrated, using student volunteers, how healthcare professionals (doctors, nurses, etc) put on and take off their personal protective equipment (including the suit, gloves, and head gear). Thanks Mrs. Berry for taking the time out of your busy schedule to talk with us.
The varsity wrestling team traveled to Laurens High School last night to compete in two dual meets. The team fell to Laurens by a score of 41-29 before rebounding to defeat Greenwood 59-23. The team record moves to 7-2 as they travel this weekend to Hartsville for a team tournament.
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.