From our Parent Volunteer Coordinator Ms. Joyce Clark,
Volunteers are needed Saturday, Nov. 4, to help plant 300 young trees on city rights-of-way in Huntington.
The project is part of the City of Huntington Urban Forestry Advisory Council’s effort to replenish Huntington’s urban forest.
Seedlings were acquired from the West Virginia Department of Forestry through a Mountaineer Treeways grant. The seedlings were potted three years ago and have been growing at River and Rail nursery under the care of George Kotalic. It is now time to get them in the ground. The holes for the trees were partially dug this past Friday.
Volunteers should meet at 9 a.m. at the 14th Street West gazebo, located across from The Wild Ramp, and are asked to bring a shovel, gloves, gardening snips and scissors if possible. Volunteers will receive instructions at the gazebo and divide into teams. The young trees will be planted in the West End, Highlawn and Fairfield neighborhoods.
Community service hours are available for high school and college students for this project. For more information, contact Courtney Proctor Cross via text at 304-544-5891 or email email@example.com.
It’s been a great week to be a Timberwolf!
Early in the week, the UNDEFEATED JV football team defeated Ripley 28-12.
Last night, our #5 Timberwolves defeated #6 Capital 35-28 in a thrilling game with huge playoff implications.
And today, congratulations to our cheerleaders for WINNING THE MSAC Conference championship for the FOURTH YEAR IN A ROW!
Congratulations to all of our amazing, hard-working student athletes for representing SVHS so well around the state!
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!
Anyone interested in signing up to be a hugger for Special Olympics Volleyball, see Mrs. Maynard in room 220 to get a form. Forms are due no later than Friday, October 20, 2017. Forms must be signed by each teacher.
Students can now fill out proof of enrollment forms electronically from the Wayne County Board of Education Website!
· Click on Parent and Student Tab, scroll down to Proof of Enrollment, choose your school
· Fill out form completely and submit
· School will verify information and electronically send to WCBOE
· WCBOE will verify attendance and grades, sign and seal
· Proof of Enrollments will then be returned for principal’s signature back to school for distribution
Here is the direct link for Spring Valley students!
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
Monday-Get up and Go
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.
SVHS is having a food drive to collect donations for the Huntington City Mission.
Students should take donation to Mrs. Blain’s classroom (232) from Oct. 1 through Oct. 31st.
- Sweetened cereal (Frosted Flakes, Mini-Wheats)
- Baking ingredients (Sugar, Flour, Baking Powder)
- Drink Powders (Kool-Aid, lemonade)
- Non-perishable items
- Canned Goods
Spring Valley Students attend Marshall University’s SUPER Read to me Day. Our freshman academy students shared stories with small groups of elementary aged students to promote reading amongst all ages!