Thanksgiving Holiday November 22nd -24th

Richland Two schools will be closed in recognition of the Thanksgiving Holiday; Wednesday, November 22nd, Thursday, November 23rd, and Friday, November 24th. Happy Thanksgiving!

F.I.E.R.C.E Attends Girls Leadership Conference


Today Spring Valley F.I.E.R.C.E female mentoring group attend Richland Two girls leadership conference "Girls Learning Interactively Through Teamwork". The conference gave the girls a time to interact with 500 other girls from elementary to high school on career planning, team building, etiquette and leaving a great social media footprint. Spring Valley's own sophomore Jasmine Hughley moderated the conference showcasing her fierce leadership skills. Thank you again to Richland Two for providing our female mentoring groups opportunities to learn and grow as leaders. 

Congratulations to our Latin and French Students!

Top L -R ( Khushi Patel, Thomas Temple and Atifah Jatoi )
Bottom L-R (Wafiyah Ashroff, Gillian Patton and Khushi Dave)

On Saturday, October 21, several Latin and French students participated in the 45th Clemson Poetry Declamation Contest. This year almost five hundred students competed in reciting poetry in various languages. As always, the Spring Valley students were complimented for their performances, and received the following prizes:

Thomas Temple, 2nd place, Latin 2
Khushi Patel, 1st place, Latin 3
Gillian Patton, 2nd place, Latin 3
Atifah Jatoi, 3rd place, Latin 3
Wafiyah Ashroff, 2nd place, French 3
Khushi Dave, 3rd place, French 3

We congratulate all participants on their performance, and we thank them for representing the World Languages department.

Spring Valley Students Showcase Art In State Fair

Congratulations to the following students who won awards at the 2017 State Fair Student Art Exhibit:








Molly Coleman



L-R(Sreya Varanasi and Holland Hathaway)



Molly Coleman- 1st Place Photography 
(12th Grade)











Sreya Varanasi- Honorable Mention 2D (11th Grade)
Holland Hathaway- Honorable Mention Photography 
(12th Grade)
L-R (Whitney Good and Hailey Spradlin)









Whitney Good- Honorable Mention 2D (11th Grade)
Hailey Spradlin- Honorable Mention 2D (9th Grade)





In addition, the following students had their work included in the juried exhibit:
Josh Anderson
Lauren Cooney
Olivia Cruz
Jimmy Dong
Mattie Felker
Zharia Fuller
Aliece Hurley
Kenny Kim
Margot Lanie
Lizzie Lifchez
Thomas McLean
Callie Grace McManus
Mikayla Murray
Queen Robinson
Erica Vola
Brianna Weston
Serenity Wyckoff

Donate Cans for Hours

Winter Days Event - Can Those Hours!


If you have hours you can turn in 6 cans for 4 hours. Please drop off your cans in C-148 ONLY! *One-time Deal per Student 

Event Ends 12/14/17



Thx/Mrs.Ashford

Foster A Kid Winter Days 2017

If you would like to sponsor a child, please fill out Foster Child Sponsor Form and submit it as quickly as possible to Mrs. Ashford in Student Activities room (C127).  You will need to raise at least $60 (which is to be used to purchase gifts from your child’s wish list). Also, make sure you purchase a teddy bear for your child. You should expect to receive your child’s information (name, age, and wish list) no later than Monday, November 20th.  All gifts should be wrapped, labeled with your assigned number, and turned in to C127 by Monday, December 11th.  You are more than welcome and encouraged to come meet your child at the Foster Kids’ Party on Tuesday, December 12th at 6:00 p.m. in the Commons.

Make A Donation to Make Wish Foundation for Winter Days

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Winter days will again be assisting Make A Wish SC by helping to raise $7,500 for a child that is battling a life-threatening medical condition. No matter how big or small, every contribution helps, and is greatly appreciated.

Through the Make A Wish Foundation, a wish experience can be a game-changer for a child with a life-threatening medical condition.  Wishes are more than just a nice thing. And they are far more than gifts, or singular events in time. Wishes impact everyone involved - wish kids, volunteers, donors, sponsors, medical professionals, and communities. The impact varies.  For wish kids, just the act of making their wish come true can give them the courage to comply with their medical treatments. Parents might finally feel like they can be optimistic. And still, others might realize all they have to offer the world through volunteer work or philanthropy.   

Tens of thousands of volunteers, donors, and supporters advance the Make-A-Wish ®vision to grant the wish of every child diagnosed with a life-threatening medical condition. In the United States and its territories, on average, a wish is granted every 37 minutes. Whatever the odds, whatever the obstacles ... wishes find a way to make the world better.

On behalf of the Winter Days service project, as well as the children involved in Make-A-Wish, we are asking you to please consider these children in need, and make a monetary donation to the Make-A-Wish Foundation through Winter Days. We would be grateful for any monetary donation you would be willing to provide. You may donate by going to the link below and clicking the blue button that says “DONATE to this fundraiser.”


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