Students interested in the Astronomy Club need to see Mr. Chaffins in room 203. Meetings will start next week.
Parents, Graduates, Grandparents, and all other Community members,
Are you looking to work from home with flexible hours? SVHS will be offering an on-site PAID internship/training program in the evenings starting this fall. No experience in any technology field needed.
Come out to our town hall meeting next Tuesday (Sept. 19th) at our CTE if you or anyone else you know are interested and are looking for more information!
We have had just over 300 forms returned for 1000 students. All students must have a new form each year.
Thank you students and parents for your cooperation!
Several questions have come up about dress code for Homecoming. While school day dress code is relaxed for dances, all students are required to be fully clothed and wear all components of their clothing ensemble at all times with the exception of jacket or wrap. Two piece, strapless and halter dresses are allowed as long as cleavage is adequately covered and cutouts do not expose more than allowable during the school day. Dress length must be mid-thigh, as during school day. An undershirt is not considered fully dressed.
Students must have a valid and current drivers license, registration, and proof of insurance for parking passes.
Parents and Students,
We have updated the school calendar on this website. You can view it here!
West Virginia State Trooper Grose delivered an informative and engaging presentation on online safety to middle and high school parents on Tuesday evening 2/21/2017. The presentation covered the potential dangers of popular apps with teens including “dating” apps, crime statistics, relevant laws, sexting, cyberbullying, and ended with a discussion of apps parents can download to help ensure their children’s safety online.
The talk was held in the SVHS auditorium and was arranged by teachers from the Freshman Academy. Trooper Grose presented to the 9th grade students in the academy earlier this month on 2/9/17. Last year, the presentation was given to all Spring Valley students.
Spring Valley teachers regularly embed cybersafety as part of the curriculum from sites such as Common Sense Media. Freshman Academy teachers focused on online safety during the “suspended curriculum” in the first week of school this year.
Trooper Grose has graciously let us share her resources on the SVHS website. Below you will find a copy of her presentation as well as handouts she brought. There is a wealth of great information located in these two files.
Trooper Grose from the WV State Police will present “Spying on Your Kid’s Electronic Devices 101.” All parents and students of Spring Valley High School and our three feeder middle schools are invited to attend this presentation on Tuesday 2/21/17 at 6:00 pm.
Topics on the presentation will include cybersafety, sexting, cyberbullying, apps parents should look for on mobile devices that are potentially dangerous, and a discussion of relevant laws.
Everyone is welcome and admission is free. This presentation will be held in the auditorium and is hosted by the Spring Valley High School Freshman Academy.