Are You Interested in Boys Track & Field ?
Conditioning has started for the 2021 track and field season. If you are interested in being a part of the track and field team, please contact Coach Oberly, email@example.com. You must have a sports physical and a covid waiver form completed through PlanetHS. Due to the construction on the track, conditioning is taking place in different locations. Please contact Coach Oberly for a schedule of conditioning practices and location.
If you have a broken Chromebook that requires a repair and you are an in-person student, you may bring it to the Tech Office between 8:30 am – 9 am on a day you are at SHVS or during class with a pass from a teacher.
If you are a virtual student, you may bring it between 8:30 am – 9 am Monday – Thursday or on asynchronous Fridays between 8:30 am – 3:30 pm. We ask that virtual students not miss live classes to visit the tech office.
Please keep in mind the following fees will apply to damaged Chromebooks if you did not purchase the Chromebook insurance this school year:
Repair and Replacement Cost Schedule
To reduce the potential burden to students and parents, and to simplify the assessment of costs for schools, the cost schedule is generalized into major, minor, and cosmetic charges. Costs are based on our current models. It is possible that lower-cost options are available through third parties in some cases, but we can not accept substitutes or alternative repair proposals. Loss is not covered by insurance.
|Full Replacement CostFor loss, theft or in cases where damage is so severe that repair is not cost effective.||$350|
|Major RepairFor damage to the screen, system board and/or multiple damages reported in the same instance.||$150|
|Minor RepairFor damage to all other components.||$75|
|CosmeticFor minor cosmetic damage which in no way affects the operation of the device, and will not be repaired.||$25|
|Swappable Items (Loss not covered by insurance)Power Adapter and CableProtective Carry Case||$25|
|Replacement TagsRemoval or damage of asset or other informational tags or markings. Not covered by protection plan.||$5|
Congratulations 2020-2021 Rho Kappa Members
Congratulations to the 2020-2021 Rho Kappa members: 1) Madeline Dissinger 2) Brantley Evans 3) Samuel Grant 4) Taahera Islam 5) Miyah Jackson 6) Jillian McNally 7) Sydni Moore 8) Evelyn Plakal 9) Srestha Samaddar 10) Aisha Siddique 11) Elise Taylor 12) Shreya Thiagu
SVHS SCAN Club invites you to view:
Paper Children Documentary Screening
December 15 @ 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm RSVP HERE!
Children deserve to be safe and treated humanely – no matter where they are from. Children seeking asylum in our country are no exception.
Take action by joining Save the Children Action Network (SCAN) for a special, virtual screening of the documentary Paper Children. We will gather online to learn about a family that fled violence in Honduras and their daunting experience with the U.S. asylum system.
We will be joined by filmmaker Alexandra Codina and Santiago Mueckay, SCAN Government Relations Manager, for a post-screening discussion and group advocacy action.
Event Details: December 15th 8:00 p.m. A Zoom link will be sent via email prior to the screening.
Register for the USA Bio Olympiad Competition
Challenge yourself beyond the classroom and learn advanced biology concepts by registering for the USA Biology Olympiad Competition! Take a free test to see where you rank next to students like you around the country! The Science Olympiad Club has sponsored Spring Valley to partake in this nationwide competition. The registration deadline is 12/11/2020. The test will be administered on 2/11/21 at 4 pm. Registration link: https://www.usabo-trc.org/student/register.
Boys Soccer Virtual Interest Meeting
The boys soccer team will have a virtual interest meeting on Tuesday 12.15.2020 at 6:30pm.
Boys Soccer Virtual Interesting Meeting Link
Scholarship Information Workshop
The Scholarship Money for College Workshop will take place on December 16th at 6:00 p.m. virtually. The meeting access link will be emailed the day before. Pace Scholarship Academy is facilitating. You can register here. Please see the attached flyer for more information. If you have any questions please contact Ms. Blassingame or Mrs. Bishton, thank you.
Spring Valley Scarf Sale
With the weather turning cold and the holiday season upon us, what a great time for a nice warm scarf. The Viking Girls Soccer Booster Club is selling Soccer Scarves for $20 each. This is a double sided scarf with Spring Valley on one side and Vikings on the other. It is not sport specific so you can wear it to support all of the Spring Valley teams. They can also be purchased at Spring Valley in Mrs. Brindel’s room, D221. If you have any questions, please contact Coach Brindel at firstname.lastname@example.org
Career Connections Coffee Talk:
Guest speaker, Dan Eassa, will speak on the topic of NCAA/NAIA Eligibility. Covid-19 continues to provide for an uncertain future. The issue of NCAA and NAIA initial eligibility remains. Learn how to empower the parent and student athlete to manage their NCAA core course and NAIA academic process starting in the freshman year of high school. NCAA rules concerning Covid-19 and higher academic standards (for D1, D2) as well as online curriculum/credit recovery make early education on this subject matter for our student athletes critically important. Join Virtually:https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_CLUdjsrwTW-HPa5uI-3rzA
Focus on Your Future Friday:
Lasenta Lewis-Ellis, owner of LLE Construction Group, LLC. and MEBA Board of Director, will share her experience as a business owner and entrepreneur. Ms. Lewis-Ellis will talk about her extensive background and share with students how they can turn their passions into business. Join Virtually: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_nUg4qUm7RXymgRwirc-11Q
Bank of America Student Leaders
Are you, or someone you know, an outstanding high school junior or senior student and active community member? If so, apply today to be a 2021 Bank of America Student Leader! Applications are now live and are due no later than January 29, 2021. This is an exciting opportunity to work with a nonprofit in Columbia and gain skills for a brighter future.
The Young Minds Dreaming Poetry Student Poetry Contest
he Young Minds Dreaming Poetry Student Poetry Contest is now open for all South Carolina students in grades 3 through 12.This year’s theme is “What Inspires You?”
We are thrilled that award-winning author Pat Mora is our featured poet this year and will join us for a ceremony in late spring 2021 to celebrate the 2020 and 2021 winners.
Students can submit poems in English, bilingual Spanish-English, or transcribed from those who have a visual disability.
The deadline for all student submissions is Monday, February 15, 2021 at 5:00 p.m.
First, second and third place winners are determined by judges for Grades 3-5, Grades 6-8, and Grades 9-12. Winners will be invited to the awards ceremony to share their poem and receive prizes including books and gift cards.
For more information: http://www.statelibrary.sc.gov/poetry