Operation Bed Roll: Plastic Bag Update

UPDATE:  As of 9/29/2017, we have collected over 7,522 plastic bags!  Thank you for such a great response!  We are still collecting so keep those plastic bags coming!

DROP-OFF BAGS IN THE MAIN OFFICE!


Operation Bed Roll 

MANDATORY SENIOR MEETING Oct. 3rd

There will be a MANDATORY Senior Meeting next Tuesday, October 3 after 2nd period. Students are to report to their 3rd period class for attendance first.  After attendance has been taken, all seniors should report immediately to the Main Gym. Important graduation information and updates will be shared.

A Jostens representative will be present to discuss the following information:

  • Cap and Gown
  • Graduation Announcements/Invitations
  • Additional Senior Items (thank you notes, personalized invites etc.)
  • Senior Plaques
  • Mini Diplomas
  • Class of 17' clothing and personalized jewelry


  Note : The only materials you will need to have with you is a pen to write with.

SAVE THE DATE FAFSA Oct. 1st


PSAT Prep Live


 PSAT Prep Live Session Schedule
  For more details and to register, please visit www.kaptest.com/PSATPrepLive.
        

PSAT LESSON
DATE/TIME
Solving PSAT Equations and Word Problems
Saturday 9/23 at 4pm ET
PSAT Reading Strategies
Saturday 9/23 at 5pm ET
PSAT Problem Solving: Rates, Ratios & More
Sunday 9/24 at 4pm ET
PSAT Writing & Language Strategies
Sunday 9/24 at 5pm ET
PSAT Math Rules: Exponents, Functions & More
Saturday 9/30 at 4pm ET
Common PSAT Reading Question Types
Saturday 9/30 at 5pm ET
Advanced PSAT Math
Sunday 10/1 at 4pm ET
Advanced PSAT Verbal
Sunday 10/1 at 5pm ET

PSAT PARENT & STUDENT INFORMATION NIGHT


Successful College Application Day


Thank you to all the College Representatives, Military Representatives and our Counseling Office Staff who help our seniors yesterday for College Application Day. It was a successful event with a lot of our seniors being able to start the application process for college. 

PSAT Prep Live


 PSAT Prep Live Session Schedule
  For more details and to register, please visit www.kaptest.com/PSATPrepLive.
        

PSAT LESSON
DATE/TIME
Solving PSAT Equations and Word Problems
Saturday 9/23 at 4pm ET
PSAT Reading Strategies
Saturday 9/23 at 5pm ET
PSAT Problem Solving: Rates, Ratios & More
Sunday 9/24 at 4pm ET
PSAT Writing & Language Strategies
Sunday 9/24 at 5pm ET
PSAT Math Rules: Exponents, Functions & More
Saturday 9/30 at 4pm ET
Common PSAT Reading Question Types
Saturday 9/30 at 5pm ET
Advanced PSAT Math
Sunday 10/1 at 4pm ET
Advanced PSAT Verbal
Sunday 10/1 at 5pm ET

United States Air Force Academy High School Visit


ATTENTION ALL PROFESSIONAL WRESTLING FANS AND ENTHUSIASTS:

The Spring Valley Athletic Department is hosting “SHOWDOWN IN THE VALLEY 2” on Sunday, October the 8th in the SV Main Gym. Palmetto Championship Wrestling will be bringing in local and national talent to this event and the headliner is WWE Hall of Famers “Rock and Roll Express.” In addition, our very own Head Football Coach, Robin Bacon, will be participating in the show. Come on out, you will not be disappointed! Doors open at 2:00 and the show begins at 3:00 on Oct 8th.

Tickets are currently on sale. 

Spring Valley High School Students... you can purchase a discounted student ticket for Showdown in the Valley 2. The ticket will be a $5 bleacher ticket and only 1 ticket per student can be purchased. See Coach Hunter in the main gym during lunch to purchase your ticket.


SAVE THE DATE FAFSA Oct. 1st


SAVE THE DATE College Fair Oct. 13th


PSAT PARENT & STUDENT INFORMATION NIGHT


Alpha Academy Mentoring & Scholarship Program

Each year the Omicron Iota Lambda Chapter accepts male high school juniors and seniors into the Alpha Academy to provide mentorship and guidance to prepare them for college and adulthood. The Alpha Academy aims to promote academic excellence, leadership development, social enhancement, civic responsibility, and the appreciation for cultural heritage.

Program participants, known as Beaux, will participate in community service projects and several workshops including: The College Experience, Resume Writing, Public Speaking, and Etiquette. At the completion of the Alpha Academy, Beaux are formally presented at the annual Beautillion. The Beautillion celebrates and recognizes scholastic, athletic, and civic accomplishments of these young men and acknowledges their accomplishments throughout the Alpha Academy. Senior Beaux who have completed all requirements are presented with awards and college scholarships. Junior Beaux are awarded a scholarship to attend the Southern Regional Leadership Conference, a week-long summer leadership development conference sponsored by the 7 states that compose the Southern Region of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.

 Alpha Academy Application 
We are seeking deserving young minority males to participate in our program who meet the following minimum requirements:
• High school junior or senior during 2017-2018 school year
• Exemplifies good character
• Demonstrates leadership ability
• Participates in extracurricular activities

Please submit your completed application to the address located on the application by September 26, 2017. The selection committee will select an appropriate number of candidates who have met the criteria listed above. Each selected participant (Beau) will be required to participate in cultural, educational, and leadership development programs from September 2016 until June 2017.

Sign-Up for Naviance for College Events at SVHS


Viking Parents,

In an effort to make sure we keep you informed on college events happening at Spring Valley and district wide,  we encourage all parents to sign up to receive updates on our Naviance system. 

Follow these steps to ensure you receive messages sent through Naviance to your student. 

1. Log on to Naviance.com 
2. Select "Sign In" in the top right corner and Select 'Students & Families" 
3. Enter the school zip code
4. Your students log in is: 
username: school email (example: 01234567@richland2.org)
password: 6 digit birthday (mmddyy)
5. To add yourself, go to the About Me tab, find Profile, & Add New Parent


You will only receive information pertaining to your students grade level. If you have any questions or concerns please contact Lisa Bishton, the SVHS College Specialist at lbishton@richland2.org. We look forward to working with you and your child this year!

MANDATORY SENIOR MEETING Oct. 3rd

There will be a MANDATORY Senior Meeting next Tuesday, October 3 after 2nd period. Students are to report to their 3rd period class for attendance first.  After attendance has been taken, all seniors should report immediately to the Main Gym. Important graduation information and updates will be shared.

A Jostens representative will be present to discuss the following information:

  • Cap and Gown
  • Graduation Announcements/Invitations
  • Additional Senior Items (thank you notes, personalized invites etc.)
  • Senior Plaques
  • Mini Diplomas
  • Class of 17' clothing and personalized jewelry


  Note : The only materials you will need to have with you is a pen to write with.

National Honor Society Applications Due Oct. 4th

If you received an invitation to apply for the  National Honor Society, applications are due on Wednesday, October 4th."

Spring Valley Students Receive Scholarship Award Offers

Congratulations to 20 Spring Valley Students who attend College Application Day yesterday and received a scholarship award offer from Allen University. These students were recognized for outstanding achievement and received a scholarship to use towards attending Allen University for 2018-2019 school year. Congratulations again!

New Web Site: Page Not Found Message

Are you getting a "page not found" message (like this one) when you are accessing the new Spring Valley Web Site? 


It is most likely because you have the old Web Site address bookmarked.  You will need to delete that old link out of your bookmarks and then go to the new site at www.richland2.org/svh. 

PSAT PARENT & STUDENT INFORMATION NIGHT


Alpha Academy Mentoring & Scholarship Program

Each year the Omicron Iota Lambda Chapter accepts male high school juniors and seniors into the Alpha Academy to provide mentorship and guidance to prepare them for college and adulthood. The Alpha Academy aims to promote academic excellence, leadership development, social enhancement, civic responsibility, and the appreciation for cultural heritage.

Program participants, known as Beaux, will participate in community service projects and several workshops including: The College Experience, Resume Writing, Public Speaking, and Etiquette. At the completion of the Alpha Academy, Beaux are formally presented at the annual Beautillion. The Beautillion celebrates and recognizes scholastic, athletic, and civic accomplishments of these young men and acknowledges their accomplishments throughout the Alpha Academy. Senior Beaux who have completed all requirements are presented with awards and college scholarships. Junior Beaux are awarded a scholarship to attend the Southern Regional Leadership Conference, a week-long summer leadership development conference sponsored by the 7 states that compose the Southern Region of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.

 Alpha Academy Application 
We are seeking deserving young minority males to participate in our program who meet the following minimum requirements:
• High school junior or senior during 2017-2018 school year
• Exemplifies good character
• Demonstrates leadership ability
• Participates in extracurricular activities

Please submit your completed application to the address located on the application by September 26, 2017. The selection committee will select an appropriate number of candidates who have met the criteria listed above. Each selected participant (Beau) will be required to participate in cultural, educational, and leadership development programs from September 2016 until June 2017.

HURRICANE RELIEF

Key Club with the help of NHS will be collecting monetary donations for victims of the recent Hurricanes from September  25th- October 6th.  Donations can be made at the atrium desk, media center, or to any Key Club or NHS member.  We will be collecting in the mornings and after school at the car rider line and also during lunch in the commons and main gym.  Every little bit will help!  Your change can make a change!  For more information please see any Key Club member and/or advisor.

SAVE THE DATE College Fair Oct. 13th


SAVE THE DATE FAFSA Oct. 1st


Support Spring Valley FBLA Chapter

Spring Valley's  FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) Chapter will be selling tickets to Belk's Annual Charity sale. This sale is a huge event, where every item is on sale, saving you money, and proceeds go to charity. Ticket sales start now. If you would like to purchase a Belk Charity Sales ticket for $5.00 each, please contact a FBLA member or Mrs.  Shelia Jones  (Adviser) at sjones@richland2.org or at  803-699-3500 X69333.   We appreciate your support.

Team Teaching!


Maureen McKelvey and Christine Miller combined their Algebra 2 and Pre-Calculus Exploration classes for peer collaboration.  Each class consisted of Pre-Cal and Algebra 2 student groups discussing Quadratic Functions.  

MEDTWO CLASSES

STUDENTS INTERESTED IN HEALTH SCIENCE CAREERS, PLEASE COME LEARN ABOUT MEDTWO CLASSES

An information session for MedTwo courses will take place on Monday, October 2, 2017, during lunch at 12:20pm in the Multi-Purpose Room.

Last year over 215 students participated in evening health science seminars and the innovative course, Careers in Rehabilitation, which was held at Ridge View High School. This year, seminars will be offered at RVHS, but also at each high school in the district.

The first MEDTwo seminar is planned for mid- October and will be presented by a forensic pathologist from the Richland County Sheriff’s Department!

Viking Sports Wrap

Football
9/21
The Spring Valley JV football team improved to 3-1 with a blow out win over White Knoll 33-14. The defense was dominant through out the game only allowing only two first downs for the entire game. These defensive players all had tackles for losses, sacks, or big plays to stop WK offensive drives during the game, Roman Goldston(TFL), Johnathon Sanders (2 sacks), Chandler Sherrill(TFL), Andreas Martinez(sack), Johnathon Hefner(TFL,Caused Fumble), Danny Evans(CF), John Goodwin(Fumble Recovery), and Isiah Miller(Pass Breakup).

Offensively the young Vikes were lead by QB Maddux Harrell who carried the ball 7 times for 135yds with 2 TD runs of 56yd and 1yd. Roman Goldston got things started with a 5yd TD run in the opening drive. Danny Evan bulldozed his way in from the 3yd line for a 2nd Quarter score and Harrison Godwin, on a 4th and 1, exploded through the middle, trucked the safety and ran for a 36yd TD. Hunter Rodgers also had a good game running the ball at both QB and RB with a very impressive run of 38yds.
The JV is off next week and return to action on Thursday, Oct 5th @ River Bluff.

9/22
The SV Varsity Football defeated White Knoll 48-13 on Homecoming to run their record to 6-0.
The Vikings were led on defense by K’onte Brown 12 tackles, 2 Tackles for loss, 1 sack, John Crim 8 tackles, 2 Tackles for loss and 1 sack,  Maximus Shropshire 7.5 tackles and 1 tackle for loss and 1.5 sacks, Ajoni Tonge 7 tackles 1 caused fumble and 1 fumble recovery, Channing Tindall 16 Tackles, 2 Tackles for Loss, 1 sack, KeAndre Jones 16 Tackles, 3 Tackles for Loss, 1 sack, he also had a 42 yard TD run and  Jalen Geiger 3 tackles and a 46 yard interception return. 

On offense the Vikings were led by Quincy Hill 12 Rushes for 174 yards and 2 TD Pass 5 for 10 for 119 yards and 2 TD’s yards, Anthony Wilson had 69 all-purpose yards and 2 TD’s 1 Rushing and 1 Receiving. Malik Wesley had 1 reception for 41 yards, Jaylon Morris had 5 rushes for 46 yards and 1 TD and 1 reception for 19 yards and a TD. The offensive line led by Craig Cash, Aidan Long, Donovan Toomer, Reggie Stewart, Matthew Branch led the Viking offense to 391 yards rushing on 42 carries. Alex Herrera was 6-6 on Extra Points and had a 44 yard punt.
The Viking are now 6-0 on the season and 2-0 in Region 5 AAAAA. We have a bye this week but play Irmo in 2 weeks at Irmo HS

Girls Golf
9/19
Yesterday the Lady Vikings hosted the Cardinal Newman Lady Cardinals and one individual player from Heathwood Hall on a beautiful afternoon at the Woodlands country club.  Although, several lady Vikings had career low days, it wasn't enough to overcome the lady Cardinals team score of 195 to Spring Valley's score of 224. 

Overall low medalist for the match was Lextyn Petz for Cardinal Newman and low medalist for Spring Valley was Payton Starmack.  Other lady Vikings contributing to the team score were: senior Caroline Lumpkin, senior Paris Stevenson and freshman Millie Spivey.

9/21
The Lady Vikings hosted the Blythewood Lady Bengals yesterday at Woodlands.  Although we had a strong showing from our 3 seniors, Payton Starmack who was the overall low medalist of the match and Caroline Lumpkin and Paris Stevenson who shot their lowest career scores, the Lady Bengals were too strong to overcome from top to bottom.  Blythewood team defeats Spring Valley with a team score of 196 to 210.

Players contributing to Spring Valley's overall team score were: Payton Starmack, Caroline Lumpkin, Paris Stevenson and Millie Spivey.  The Lady Vikings will take on the Cardinals from Cardinal Newman next Thursday at Members club at Woodcreek. 

Volleyball
9/19
The Varsity Lady Vikings fell to Blythewood, 0-3, in a region game on Tuesday, September 19th. The ladies fought to the end with Junior Chandler Murria leading the team with 6 Kills and 4 blocks and Freshman Elise Taylor stepping up with 3 Kills and 2 Aces. Match scores were 20-25, 13-25 and 18-25. 

The JV girls came out with a BIG win, beating the Bengals in 2 sets; 25-23 and 25-15. We are very proud of our JV girls who were down 7-17 in the first set and came back due to the killer serves from Sophomore, Angel White, 5 of them being Aces. Also, a shout out to Sophomore, Leila Richardson who wrapped up the game with her serves which included 3 Aces. Way to go JV girls!
Cross Country

9/20
Yesterday, the Boys Cross Country Team defeated St Joe's and 5 other teams to move to 12-0 on the regular season. St Joe's was ranked 1st in 2A and 6th out of all classifications combined. Steven Andreen, Amir McCall, Murray Jones, Jacob Ho and Robert Godfrey were the Viking scorers. 

9/23
The Boys and Girls cross country teams traveled to Bristol TN to compete in the Bristol Cross Invitational this past weekend. On a difficult course the Boys Varsity team finished 2 in the Large School division while the boys JV team finished 6th. The Girls Varsity finished in 15th and the Girls JV finished in 3rd. Steven Andreen ran a 17:10 as the top finisher for the boys and Ahja Amos ran a 22:41 as the top finisher for the girls. 

ATTENTION ALL PROFESSIONAL WRESTLING FANS AND ENTHUSIASTS:

The Spring Valley Athletic Department is hosting “SHOWDOWN IN THE VALLEY 2” on Sunday, October the 8th in the SV Main Gym. Palmetto Championship Wrestling will be bringing in local and national talent to this event and the headliner is WWE Hall of Famers “Rock and Roll Express.” In addition, our very own Head Football Coach, Robin Bacon, will be participating in the show. Come on out, you will not be disappointed! Doors open at 2:00 and the show begins at 3:00 on Oct 8th.

Tickets are currently on sale. 

Spring Valley High School Students... you can purchase a discounted student ticket for Showdown in the Valley 2. The ticket will be a $5 bleacher ticket and only 1 ticket per student can be purchased. See Coach Hunter in the main gym during lunch to purchase your ticket.


Seats are Filling Up Quickly! October 11th ACT Workshop Registration - Deadline to Register is October 6th!

On October 11th, all 9th and 10th grade students will be taking the PSAT. Registered 11th grade students will also be taking the PSAT.

If you are a Junior (who is NOT registering to take the PSAT) or a Senior...this opportunity is for you!

Spring Valley will offer an ACT Prep Workshop during PSAT testing. If you wish to register for this workshop, complete the registration below.

Remember...

  • This is for the ACT Workshop on October 11, 2017.
  • This workshop is ONLY open to non-PSAT testing Juniors and Seniors.
  • There is no cost to attend this ACT Workshop.
  • It is FREE thanks to the generosity of the SV Education Foundation.
  • The workshop will be held in the Auditorium from 8:40 am - 12:45 pm. Bring paper, pencils, and a water bottle.


Registration is limited to the first 150 students.
Only 64 seats remain!  
The deadline to register is Friday, October 6th!

Your student muse be logged-in to their student account to register.

NON-RICHLAND 2 EMAIL ADDRESSES WILL NOT WORK.  If you are an employee of Richland 2, your student must be logged-in to their account, not yours, to register!

If you have questions, e-mail Mrs. Bishton at lbishton@richland2.org.


Click here for the ACT Workshop Registration!

PSAT PARENT Information Night


HURRICANE RELIEF

Key Club with the help of NHS will be collecting monetary donations for victims of the recent Hurricanes from September  25th- October 6th.  Donations can be made at the atrium desk, media center, or to any Key Club or NHS member.  We will be collecting in the mornings and after school at the car rider line and also during lunch in the commons and main gym.  Every little bit will help!  Your change can make a change!  For more information please see any Key Club member and/or advisor.

Alpha Academy Mentoring & Scholarship Program

Each year the Omicron Iota Lambda Chapter accepts male high school juniors and seniors into the Alpha Academy to provide mentorship and guidance to prepare them for college and adulthood. The Alpha Academy aims to promote academic excellence, leadership development, social enhancement, civic responsibility, and the appreciation for cultural heritage.

Program participants, known as Beaux, will participate in community service projects and several workshops including: The College Experience, Resume Writing, Public Speaking, and Etiquette. At the completion of the Alpha Academy, Beaux are formally presented at the annual Beautillion. The Beautillion celebrates and recognizes scholastic, athletic, and civic accomplishments of these young men and acknowledges their accomplishments throughout the Alpha Academy. Senior Beaux who have completed all requirements are presented with awards and college scholarships. Junior Beaux are awarded a scholarship to attend the Southern Regional Leadership Conference, a week-long summer leadership development conference sponsored by the 7 states that compose the Southern Region of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.

 Alpha Academy Application 
We are seeking deserving young minority males to participate in our program who meet the following minimum requirements:
• High school junior or senior during 2017-2018 school year
• Exemplifies good character
• Demonstrates leadership ability
• Participates in extracurricular activities

Please submit your completed application to the address located on the application by September 26, 2017. The selection committee will select an appropriate number of candidates who have met the criteria listed above. Each selected participant (Beau) will be required to participate in cultural, educational, and leadership development programs from September 2016 until June 2017.

Congratulations to 2017 Homecoming King & Queen


Homecoming King & Queen: Cameron Burris-Green and Antonia Kincaid


Homecoming King 1st Runner-Up
Thomas McLean

Homecoming King 2nd Runner-Up
Lucas Cannon-Rodriguez

Homecoming Queen 1st Runner-Up
Karolyn Martin

Homecoming Queen 2nd Runner-Up
Paris Stevenson

Reminder: PSAT - Test Day is Wednesday, October 11, 2017 - Deadline for Junior Registration is October 6th!

On Wednesday, October 11, 2017,  ALL Spring Valley Freshmen and Sophomores will take the PSAT. The PSAT is FREE for Freshmen and Sophomore students (provided by Richland Two and the SCDE). 

Juniors who wish to take the PSAT must register through the Career Center in the Office of School Counseling and pay the $16.00 registration fee (only PSAT scores from the junior year make students eligible for Merit Scholarships).  Registration for Juniors will be September 11 - October 6, 2017.  Juniors can register before school, during lunch or after school.








Operation Bed Roll UPDATE: Keep Those Plastic Bags Coming!


UPDATE:  To date, we have collected over 2500 plastic bags!  Thank you for such a great response!  We are still collecting so keep those plastic bags coming!

DROP BAGS OFF IN THE MAIN OFFICE!

Operation Bed Roll provides mats to the 200+ homeless veterans in Columbia. These mats are made entirely of plastic grocery bags by creating "plarn" (plastic bag yarn) and crocheting it into mats. It​ ​takes​ ​about​ ​500​ ​bags​ ​to make​ ​one​ ​mat!​ ​The finished product will provide a lightweight, quick drying, insect free, insulated bed roll to be distributed through the local United Way of the Midlands to citizens who sleep outside on the ground. There​ ​will​ ​be​ ​a​ ​monthly​ ​contest​ ​to​ ​see​ ​which​ ​class​ ​can​ ​collect​ ​the most​ ​bags!​ Operation Bed Roll Founding Partners include the City of Columbia Arts Center, City of Columbia Recycling and Sustainability, Sustainable Midlands, EdVenture, United Way of the Midlands and Sonoco Recycling. The photos included are from Lexington Medical Center's Every Woman Blog which helps explain the process. Would you like to help make plarn and/or crochet?                              
                         Contact Cindy Lindsay clindsay@richand2.org





United States Air Force Academy High School Visit


Once is Not Enough

In addition to being the home of a renowned Viking Drill Team, Spring Valley JROTC is fast becoming known as a place where siblings come to thrive. This year JROTC Vikings have no less than 17 cadets whose older brother/sister invited or recruited them to be a part of something bigger than themselves. Brothers and sisters alike are discovering what was good enough for one, is certainly good enough for the second sibling coming along. The Air Force premier citizenship program has not only become a place of belongingness but a place where students will learn to soar wherever their dreams will take them. JROTC is a family affair!

Alive at 25! New Session Added!

In order to park at SVHS, a student must take the Alive @ 25 class sponsored by the SC Chapter of the National Safety Council. To sign up for the class you must sign-up online at the scalive@25 website. The cost of the class is $35 (there is an additional $3.00 charge for debit or credit transactions). Each class lasts 4 1/2 hours. These classes fill up quickly so please sign up ASAP. 

You may attend classes at any location offered on the website, you do not have to attend classes offered at Spring Valley.

We have added an additional session at SVHS for your convenience on:

Tuesday, October 17th from 4:00-8:30 pm  

All other classes at Spring Valley are full.

National Honor Society


Applications for those who are eligible to apply for the National Honor Society were sent to student email accounts on Friday. If you feel you should have gotten an application and didn't receive one, please contact Mr. Robertson at jrobertson@richland2.org.

Alpha Academy Mentoring & Scholarship Program

Each year the Omicron Iota Lambda Chapter accepts male high school juniors and seniors into the Alpha Academy to provide mentorship and guidance to prepare them for college and adulthood. The Alpha Academy aims to promote academic excellence, leadership development, social enhancement, civic responsibility, and the appreciation for cultural heritage.

Program participants, known as Beaux, will participate in community service projects and several workshops including: The College Experience, Resume Writing, Public Speaking, and Etiquette. At the completion of the Alpha Academy, Beaux are formally presented at the annual Beautillion. The Beautillion celebrates and recognizes scholastic, athletic, and civic accomplishments of these young men and acknowledges their accomplishments throughout the Alpha Academy. Senior Beaux who have completed all requirements are presented with awards and college scholarships. Junior Beaux are awarded a scholarship to attend the Southern Regional Leadership Conference, a week-long summer leadership development conference sponsored by the 7 states that compose the Southern Region of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.

Click here for a copy of the application for the Alpha Academy.
We are seeking deserving young minority males to participate in our program who meet the following minimum requirements:
• High school junior or senior during 2017-2018 school year
• Exemplifies good character
• Demonstrates leadership ability
• Participates in extracurricular activities

Please submit your completed application to the address located on the application by September 26, 2017. The selection committee will select an appropriate number of candidates who have met the criteria listed above. Each selected participant (Beau) will be required to participate in cultural, educational, and leadership development programs from September 2016 until June 2017.

HURRICANE RELIEF

Key Club with the help of NHS will be collecting monetary donations for victims of the recent Hurricanes from September  25th- October 6th.  Donations can be made at the atrium desk, media center, or to any Key Club or NHS member.  We will be collecting in the mornings and after school at the car rider line and also during lunch in the commons and main gym.  Every little bit will help!  Your change can make a change!  For more information please see any Key Club member and/or advisor.

Nothing But Net Charity Basketball Game


PSAT Prep Live


 PSAT Prep Live Session Schedule
  For more details and to register, please visit www.kaptest.com/PSATPrepLive.
        

PSAT LESSON
DATE/TIME
Solving PSAT Equations and Word Problems
Saturday 9/23 at 4pm ET
PSAT Reading Strategies
Saturday 9/23 at 5pm ET
PSAT Problem Solving: Rates, Ratios & More
Sunday 9/24 at 4pm ET
PSAT Writing & Language Strategies
Sunday 9/24 at 5pm ET
PSAT Math Rules: Exponents, Functions & More
Saturday 9/30 at 4pm ET
Common PSAT Reading Question Types
Saturday 9/30 at 5pm ET
Advanced PSAT Math
Sunday 10/1 at 4pm ET
Advanced PSAT Verbal
Sunday 10/1 at 5pm ET