- Classes start back on Monday, Jan. 4, 2021 with all classes returning to an eLearning format through January 15, 2021.
- Starting January 19, 2021, normal phase 2 schedules will resume with hybrid students returning to in-person instruction on designated days.
SHOW US WHAT YOU KNOW!
Students currently enrolled in a End-of-Course (EOC) class (Algebra 1- semester block classes only (including Intermediate Algebra), Biology 1, English 2- semester block classes only, and U.S. History and Constitution) will participate in the state mandated EOC exam at the conclusion of the semester. This year the EOC exams will count 20% of the final semester grade only if the exam score helps to improve the students’ overall grade. If the EOC exam does not improve a student’s grade then it will not be included in the calculation of the final grade.
Spring Valley will be hosting EOC preparation events, more information about those events will be sent out in January. For more information about EOCs and Semester 1 exams, please visit our Semester 1 Exam Information website. We encourage all of our students Show Us What You Know on your EOC exams!
2020-2021 Semester 1 Exam Schedule
Spring Valley Virtual Information Night
The Spring Valley School and Magnet Information Meeting – Discovery and Explorations will be on January 13, 2021. This is will be a virtual meeting, please click here for more information on our Discovery and Explorations program and to register for virtual information night.
To help families learn more about choice options in Richland Two, included their zoned school, schools and centers are hosting information nights. These meetings are highly recommended for students changing schools, school levels, applying to magnet programs or students new to Richland Two.
Spring Valley Winter Days 2020 “The Giving Tree”
Winter Days is a Spring Valley tradition dating back to 1984 and is the largest annual school-wide community outreach project at Spring Valley High School. The project consists of various charitable drives that benefit a number of local community agencies. Committee chairs survey agency needs, set collection goals, and begins the challenge of coordinating this large effort.
The theme this year is “The Giving Tree” as Spring Valley celebrates our 36th Winter Days and 36 years of giving back to our community. The theme represents the intention of giving.
Although we may collect physical items to donate, what we really hope to give to others through Winter Days is the knowledge that they are recognized and remembered during the holiday season. We want to highlight that the gift worth giving is the hope and love that accompanies the physical donations.