Thank you visiting Spring Valley High School! Home of the Timberwolves, we are a class AAA high school located in northern Wayne County on the outskirts of Huntington, WV.
Talent Show audition sign-up sheet will be posted on the school store window. Auditions will be Monday after school. All acts will be considered.
The Wayne County Superintendant Sandra Pertee and board of education personnel held an informational assembly today concerning additional testing information. Please see the attachement for more information.
Seniors, The FAFSA deadline to be eligible for the WV Higher Ed Grant is April 15th. See your Counselor for more information.
Seniors, please bring in a baby and senior picture for graduation. Give to Shelby Bellomy or Mrs. Dingess.
Prom tickets are on sale everyday until Prom at the Wolf Head during both lunches. Couples/$55 and Singlse/$35
Josten’s will be making their Senior Delivery (rings, cap & gowns, etc.) on Wednesday April 15th from 9 – 12:30 in the auditorium.
CONGRATULATIONS to Jacob Kilgore, he was named WV Boys Basketball Player of the Year!
CONGRATULATIONS to the SVHS Concert Band for winning 1st Place Concert Band and Best Overall Concert Band in the Music InThe Parks Festival last weekend in Williamsburg, VA.
Spring Valley will be using the Smarter Balanced test beginning April 14.
All 9th and 10th grade students will be testing in their homeroom using their county supplied computers. Please be sure they are fully charged each morning before school begins. You will be in your homeroom classroom from the beginning of the day until close to 5th period/lunch. The testing will take at least 5 days (April 14, 15, 16, 17, 21). 9th and 10th grade students who have broken computers verified with Mr. Totten will be testing in the library. All other students will be testing in their homeroom.
All 11th grade students will be testing in computer labs. Since we do not have enough computer labs to test everyone at once, one half of the 11th grade class will test in the morning (periods 1-4) and one half the 11th grade class will be in the afternoon (periods 5-8, after 1st lunch). Please note, these days rotate to allow all students some opportunities to be in their regular classes. Also, students who have teachers who will be testing in the afternoon and students who attend classrooms utilized in the afternoon will have to report to the commons during their class period.
All 12th grade students in attendance will be in the commons area each morning until testing is complete. All 11th grade students who are not testing in the morning will be in the commons as well during the mornings. Also, students who have signed permission to opt-out of state testing should report to the commons during testing. Classes should resume fairly normally after lunch.
The new edition of the student newspaper Valley Tribune is out! Read it here