Thank you visiting Spring Valley High School! Home of the Timberwolves, we are a class AAA high school located in northern Wayne County just southwest of Huntington, WV.
Academic color cords can be picked up in the main office. All other cords have been given to club or class sponsor.
The SVHS softball team is hosting a pink out on April 24th to raise awareness and funds for breast cancer research. They are selling t-shirts with the design below with the home plate on the front and “before it hits home” on the back. Shirts will be $15 and the orders will be due on Monday 4/11/16. There will be several guests of honor from the SVHS faculty, parents, and community. Proceeds collected at the gates and concessions will go toward a donation to the Edwards Comprehensive Cancer Center’s Good Samaritan Fund.
This is a great opportunity to get out and not only support our excellent softball team, but also to support a great cause! See you on Thursday April 21st!
The location for Promenade has been changed to the lobby of the Pullman Plaza Hotel! It still begins at 7pm on Saturday.
Congratulations to Ms. Amy Wolfe, she has been voted the SVHS March Teacher of the Month! She teaches English 11 and English 12.
Ms. Wolfe graciously answered a few questions about her passion for teaching and instructional methods.
JOSTEN senior delivery will be the morning of Friday April 15th.
Congratulations to Mr. Ben Bledsoe, he was voted February Teacher of the Month by the SVHS Faculty Senate.
Mr. Bledsoe teaches 9th and 10th grade English/Language Arts and 10th grade honors English/Language Arts. He graciously answered some questions regarding his passion for teaching.
What made you want to become a teacher?
Mr. Paul Martin was the biggest influence on my journey toward becoming an English teacher. He was my favorite English teacher in high school and most definitely inspired me to become the teacher I am today. The main reason I teach is to help students become better human beings.
Describe a memorable teaching experience.
I have so many experiences that it’s difficult to choose one in particular that is more memorable than the next, but everyday brings something new. That’s one of the best parts of teaching… you never know what’s going to happen that day!
What is your philosophy of teaching?
I believe that in order to be able to teach someone, you have to get to know them. I respect all students as much as they respect me. I tell that to every class on the first day and I always mean it. It makes it easy to teach when you have the trust and respect of students, so that has always been something that has made teaching a lot easier for me. I also have biblical patience which helps immensely.
How do you do to improve yourself as teacher?
I read lots of books to strengthen my mind and keep my grammar skills sharp, watch tons of stand up comedy to keep my wry wit, and I keep up to date on the most popular and unique teaching methods through the miracle of the internet.
Mr. Bledsoe lives in Huntington with his beautiful wife Rachel, his energetic son Sebastian, and two crazy cats. He enjoys reading, watching movies, and practicing the lost art of the Ninjutsu.