Senior Salute applications will be available online on SVHS website by Monday, February 5th. Seniors interested must have a 3.5 or higher GPA to apply. Contact and other information is included in the application. If you still have questions, you may email Mrs. Thompson. Her email is in the application.
Please use the link below to download the Word file.
Hoop’s Family Children Hospital invited football players and students from Spring Valley High School to appear in commercials that will be ran before and during the Super Bowl!
Two different commercials were developed. The ads feature youth league football players in a game against high school players.
This was a great experience for our students so be sure and look for them during the big game.*
Here is a rough time schedule for when the ads appear:
- 1:53 – Spot 1, to be continued
- 2:46 – Spot 1, see you at halftime
- 3:38 – Spot 1, to be continued
- 4:05 – Spot 1, see you at halftime
- 5:37 – Spot 1, see you at halftime
- 8:01 – Spot 2
- 9:59 – Spot 2
- 11ish – Spot 2
*Please note that the uniforms were generic so you will not actually see SVHS uniforms
Semester Schedule Changes:
- 1st Semester/3rd grading period will now end on Friday, Jan. 26th.
- 1st Semester finals will be completed Jan. 23rd-26th
- 2nd Semester/4th grading period starts Monday, Jan. 29th
- 1st Semester/3rd grading grade cards go home Feb. 2nd
Proof of enrollments will be handed out during 1st period from now on. If you have filled one out prior to last week, it may still be in the office. They are only good for 30 days so pay attention to the date beside the signature.
SVHS students competed in the WV State Beta Convention and are eligible to compete nationally:
Chylee Straley won 1st place in Digital Art
Chylee Straley won 1st place in Colored Pencil drawing
Kristen Janes-Maynard won 1st place in Acrylic Painting
Anthony Whitlock won 3rd place in Creative Writing
Spring Valley High School presents a great workshop for parents, teachers and community members on Cyber/Internet safety for children and teens on TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5 at 6:30 pm in the school library. The presenter is West Virginia State Trooper Rachel Grose, who has been on the frontline for investigation and prosecution of internet crimes against minors. The presentation is approximately an hour long and is open to the pubic. For more information you may contact Joyce Clark, Parent, Community Liaison at 304-429-4032 or Joyceclarkwva@aim.com.
SkillsUSA, a CTE student organization, is hosting a canned food drive until December 22nd. Items accepted will included canned food, cereal, pasta, and any other prepackaged, nonperishable food items. We will also be accepting papers goods, such as toilet paper, paper towels, and tissues, as well as cleaning supplies. Items can be taken to any CTE teacher or the CTE office. Students needing community service hours can receive one hour of community service credit for every three items donated.
On 11/30/17 from 10-10:30 am Dr. Gilbert and Coach Pruett will be here on behalf of Marshall University to speak with seniors. They will be also waiving the application fee if seniors complete an application tomorrow!
The American Legion Mountaineer Boys State is an honors, leadership and citizenship academy which has existed since 1936. If you are a junior male interested in attending this conference, please see your counselor for more information. This is great opportunity for students to gain important knowledge and have the chance to earn scholarships towards post-secondary education.
Spring Valley student volunteers are needed for Buffalo Elementary’s indoor Halloween party on Monday, October 30 from 5-7 pm. Help is needed for various events such as games, face painting and with the Haunted House. If you would like to volunteer please email Joyce Clark, Parent Community Liaison at joyceclarkwva@aim. This should be a fun evening and a great way to get in a few of your required community volunteer hours. Happy Haunting!