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.
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!
Dear Parents/Guardians and Students,
As we welcome you to Homecoming 2017, please be aware of the following:
- Tickets are not sold at the door.
- All school rules apply, the same as in a school day.
- Guests of students are required to follow the same rules as SVHS students, no matter what their age.
- Tobacco/nicotine/Vapes are forbidden on school property.
- Drugs or alcohol will result in law enforcement involvement and safe schools hearing, if appropriate.
- No refunds for early exit.
- No lewd or sexually suggestive dancing will be permitted (for example, no front to back dancing)
High school dances involve a wide range of ages and maturity levels. School staff will make every effort to recognize these differences, however, the same rules apply to all ages. In particular, decisions about leaving the dance involve obeying parent instructions and rules as well as school rules and procedures.
Students are strongly encouraged to remain until the end of the dance. There is no re-admittance once you leave. Once you leave the dance, you need to leave school grounds immediately. Anyone leaving before 10:00 pm will have to call home with an administrator for permission. Those who leave early for any reason will also need to sign out at the door.
Thank you for your cooperation,
SVHS Administration Team
This is a message from Ms. Joyce Clark, our parent-community liaison. We urge all parents and interested community members to get involved to ensure the success of all our students!
“Spring Valley has volunteer opportunities for parents and community members. If you have a few extra hours a month and would like to volunteer to help we would love to hear from you. Please respond to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 304-638-1565. There are volunteer opportunities for all skills and talents during the school day and after.”
10/9/17 through 10/13/17
Tuesday-Pink Out for Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Friday-Spirit Day: 9th-gray, 10th-white, 11th-Carolina, 12th-navy
Students please remember that all dress up days must meet the dress code. Also no masks or weapons will be allowed.
Students interested in the Astronomy Club need to see Mr. Chaffins in room 203. Meetings will start next week.