Viking Update Post

October 20th Viking Update Post

Final Make-Up Days for Senior Pictures

Seniors, this is the final make-up days for senior pictures that will appear in the 2021 Yearbook. If you have not been photographed, you will need to make sure you come up to Spring Valley on either October 29 or 30 between 10 am and 4 pm in the Auditorium to have your picture taken. Please email with any questions.

SV 2020 Homecoming

Congratulations to our 2020 Homecoming King and Queen: Brantley Evans and Bryson Burchell!

 Homecoming Court

Homecoming King and Queen 1st Runner-Up: Iverson Moore and Victoria Berry
Homecoming King and Queen 2nd Runner-Up Justin Tyler and Maya Taylo
Homecoming Prince and Princess: Dequandre Smith and Kelsey Sutton

Updated: Senior Parking Lottery


There are a limited number of senior reserved parking spaces in the Atrium and Tennis lots and they will be assigned randomly on Friday morning, Oct. 30th. You have until 5:00 pm on Thursday, Oct. 29th to enter the lottery.

You must be signed into your Richland Two e-mail account to enter the lottery. Please note, entering the lottery is not a guarantee that you will receive a reserved parking space. Students who do not receive a reserved space will be issued a parking tag for the upper lot. You are only allowed to enter the lottery once. You must be classified as a “Senior” — i.e. in 12th grade — on August 31st to be eligible for consideration. You can pick up your parking tag beginning Monday, the first day of Phase 2 for students at 9:00 am in C-148 from Mr. Jackson.

Seniors who receive a reserved parking space through the lottery have two weeks from the first day of in person classes of Phase 2 to claim their tag. After this day, the space will be given up to the next eligible lottery senior. You must have the “SV Parking Agreement Form” completed and signed before you will be issued a tag.

Here is the link to the Parking Agreement Form, . You must also have taken and completed the Alive @ 25 course.

Underclassman Parking Passess

 The times for this distribution are 7:00 am till 8:30 am, 12 noon till 1:00 pm and 4:00 pm till 6:00 pm.We will continue each week on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday for the next two weeks. If you have any further questions please contact me.  Click here for the Spring Valley Parking Agreement.  Thank you and Go Vikings.


Career Connections Coffee Talk

March 2 Success is a free tutoring program created by the U.S. Army.  The program is available to middle and high school students at home during this time of social distancing. Please invite your students, parents and fellow educators to learn more about this program and how they can use it with their students.  It can also be used to assist with ACT/SAT scores as well. Join Virtually:

Focus on Your Future Friday

October 23, 2020, 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. IT professionals from Blue Cross Blue Shield of SC will discuss career opportunities in Cyber Security as well as other IT careers at BCBS SC.  This discussion will provide students with an in-depth overview of careers in IT and opportunities at BCBS SC as well as education and skill requirements, employer expectations, earning potential and more.  

Join Virtually:

Focus on Your Future Friday

October 30, 2020, 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Career Specialist Kymmie Cartledge in Lexington School District One will teach students how to create a vision board to capture their goals, dreams and aspirations.  This is a great opportunity for students at any age, especially students in middle and high school who are thinking about their future and planning for college and career goals.  

Join Virtually:

Claim Your Fame A High Tech Career Path!

Join FAME (Federation for Advanced Manufacturing Education) for an information session on a high-tech, high-paying career pathway available to you in Advanced Manufacturing!

Accepted participants will attend Midlands Technical College for classes two days per week (16-20 hours) while working three days a week (24+) with a sponsoring company. FAME Students earn a competitive wage while attending college and gain important work experience. Over two years, students can earn enough to cover education expenses with careful planning.

This is a great career path for everyone. Come learn more about a few sponsoring employers and what it’s like to be an Advanced Manufacturing Technician.Wednesday, October 28, 2020 1:00 pm, Eastern Daylight Time (New York, GMT-04:00) 

Host: Tara Beck (
Click Here to Register for FAME Information Session  
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