Credit Recovery will begin on Wednesday, June 12 at 7:30 am. Monday, June 10 is the last day to enroll your student in Credit Recovery. Registration is first-come, first-served. Credit Recovery will be from 7:30 am - 12:30 pm (Monday-Thursday only) from June 12 - July 10 at Spring Valley High School. If you have any questions please contact Stacey Baker at email@example.com or 803.699.3500 x. 69239.
During the 4th quarter of the 2013 school year, Spring Valley Call to Action and Spring Valley National Honor Society raised $1500 for the Fistula Foundation. These fundraisers were planned and conducted in conjunction with the school wide Spring Valley Footprints project. The Fistula Foundation works to end the suffering caused by the childbirth injury of obstetric fistula. This is the third year that Spring Valley students have adopted the Fistula Foundation as the recipient of a major fundraising campaign. The students know that their work will ensure that girls and young women in sub-Saharan Africa will receive badly needed medical care.
Spring Valley student, Matt Talley, wins Best Student Car and 2nd place in his class for his Volkswagen at the 5th Annual Spring Valley Open Car & Truck Show. The Capitol City Corvette Club raised $3500 to benefit the auto program at Spring Valley. Thanks to club members Jim Baylus, Dick Stitham, Terry Mashburn, Don Hagenburger and Carl Lukitch for their hard work. A special thanks for the community turn-out and support and to our sponsors and vendors.
Nearly half of the students surveyed at Spring Valley High School said their attitude towards texting while driving had changed following a four-month-long anti-texting-while-driving campaign spearheaded by AAA Carolinas’ Foundation for Traffic Safety and the South Carolina Public Safety Foundation. Click here to view article and here to view survey.
There are quite a few photos of the commencement ceremony available on Flickr. Click the social media icon at the top right of Viking Update. Congratulations, again, to the Class of 2013.
Check out the great things going on in ESOL around our district! Lots of wonderful field studies, service projects, dedicated staff and student stars!!! The second article in the ESOL Quarterly is about the Spring Valley Honors Spanish class!! This is one of the projects the National Spanish Honor Society has been working on for a few years now!! Click here to view the ESOL Quarterly Newsletter.
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Spring Valley's Automotive Technology program recently received accreditation from the National Automotive Technician Education Foundation (NATEF), the educational branch for the National Institute of Automotive Service Excellence. ASE works to improve the quality of vehicle repair and service by testing and certifying automotive professionals. Spring Valley's Automotive Technology program underwent a rigorous review by a NATEF evaluation team earlier this spring. The school received word this week that they had been awarded the accrediation by meeting "the strict industry standards required for accreditation in the areas of Maintenance and Light Repair," according to Patricia Serratore, president of NATEF. Way to go!
Join IT-ology for a day of hands-on fun! Cyber Saturday is an IT experience for high school students who are considering a career in IT or have an interest in computers.
Participants can register from:
June Middle School Cyber Saturday: http://junecybersaturday-eorg.eventbrite.com
June High School Cyber Saturday: http://hsjunecybersaturday-eorg.eventbrite.com
July Middle School Cyber Saturday: http://julycybersaturday-eorg.eventbrite.com
July High School Cyber Saturday: http://hsjulycybersaturday-eorg.eventbrite.com
August Middle School Cyber Saturday: http://augustcybersaturday-eorg.eventbrite.com
August High School Cyber Saturday: http://hsaugustcybersaturday-eorg.eventbrite.com
Cydney Donnelly signs letter of intent to swim with Pfeiffer University. Congratulations to Cydney and her family!