Youth Conservation Poster Contest
Columbia, SC – Twenty students will receive awards in this year’s Youth Conservation Poster Contest sponsored by the Richland Soil and Water Conservation District (RSWCD). Student posters addressed the topic “Healthy Soils: Healthy Life,” raising awareness about how soil serves as the foundation for many items we use in our daily lives, such as food, clothing, clean water, homes, and more. Healthy people need healthy ecosystems, and healthy ecosystems rely on healthy soil!
This year’s winners are:
First place: Sarah Hernandez, Spring Valley High School
Honorable Mention: Sophia Hinson, Spring Valley High School
Winners will receive cash prices, and four entries will progress to the state competition sponsored by the South Carolina Association of Conservation Districts. 111 students across 9 schools submitted entries to this year’s contest. Additionally, RSWCD provided 27 classroom education programs for nearly 500 students on the topics of soil science and soil conservation in the 2021-2022 school year to help students explore the poster contest theme.
The Youth Conservation Poster Contest is an annual education program hosted by the RSWCD with support from the South Carolina and National Associations of Conservation Districts. For more information about this or other conservation education programs, contact Chanda Cooper at firstname.lastname@example.org.
IMPORTANT GRADUATION INFORMATION
WATCH LIVESTREAM AT WWW.RICHLAND2.ORG/LIVESTREAM
SENIORS TO GRADUATE WITH MILLIONS IN COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP OFFERS
COLUMBIA, S.C. – Students fulfilling their dreams of going to college are getting some significant help with the price tag. The financial impact of a high quality college education has motivated students in the graduating Class of 2022 to earn more than $157,957,278 in college scholarships. Individual totals for all five high schools are as follows:
Blythewood High School: $37,427,975 earned by 432 graduates
Richland Northeast High School: $21,443,739 earned by 276 graduates
Ridge View High School: $27,616,089 earned by 373 graduates
Spring Valley High School: $38,757,275 earned by 464 graduates
Westwood High School: $27,712,200 earned by 344 graduates
This graduating class includes 12 students who earned a high school diploma and college degree at the same time. The students enrolled in the Richland Two AVID Early College housed at Ridge View High School four years ago. They received Associate’s degrees in the Arts from district partner the University of South Carolina-Sumter and saved at least $25,376 per student, $304,512 collectively. The Richland Two AVID Early College program is available each year only to rising 8th grade students across the district. There is an application and acceptance process. More information is on the district’s website: http://www.richland2.org.
Richland Two Superintendent Dr. Baron R. Davis says the cost of going to college is always top of mind for parents of students who are seeking higher education. “Our graduating seniors have worked hard to lighten the load for themselves and their families. I am proud of the tools and opportunities Richland Two offers students to aid them in pursuing their dreams without having to finance their future,” said Dr. Davis.
This week Richland Two will hold commencement ceremonies at Colonial Life Arena beginning with Westwood High at 8 a.m., Blythewood High at noon and Richland Northeast High at 4 p.m., on Wednesday, June 1. On Thursday, June 2, graduations will begin at 8 a.m. with Spring Valley High and Ridge View High at noon. Tickets are not required. The ceremonies will stream live on the district’s website: richland2.org/livestream. The last day of school is Thursday, June 2.
SV Cheer Kiddie Camp
Annual Registration is Open
Annual Registration for the 2022-2023 school year is open.
Each year all families must complete the Annual Registration process. Please visit the Richland 2 website to see step-by-step instructions for completing your registration in PowerSchool. Please complete your registration as soon as possible to prevent schedule delays next school year for your student(s).
You will need to access your Parent Portal and click Annual Registration. You will be able to verify all the student information and upload proof of residency required to complete the process. Below are details related to the information you will need for Annual Registration.
If you will be living at the same address, we require one proof of residency from this list (Current bills):
- Landline phone
If you have an Address Change, we require a total of 3 Proofs of residency:
*One from this list:*
- Mortgage Bill(current bill)
- Lease Agreement
- HUD – 1 Settlement Statement(Only if closed within the last 30 days)
*Two from this list:(Current bills)*
- Water / Sewer
- Landline Phone
If you are Families Living with Families, please complete these forms and provide the needed information. Contact Vanessa DeLeon (email@example.com) in the Counseling Department if you have any questions.
Algebra 3 Discovery
Attention Algebra 3 Discovery Students:
If you are enrolled in the Algebra 3 Discovery course for the 2022-2023 school year, you will need to join the Summer Google Classroom (Click the link below). There are optional assignments and Google Meets planned for the summer. Contact Mrs. Thomas if you have any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Spring edition of The Green & Gold is now ready!
Visit https://tinyurl.com/tggSpring2022 to view SV’s Literary Magazine. This edition has art by Hanna Jatoi, A. Hopkins, Bhavani Tuppale, and ZaMiya Bookhard; and poetry by Jocelyn Rodriquez, Katelynn Sauve, Chelsea McFadden, Abby Collins, and Tamia Thaxton.
The Green & Gold staff is Mrs. Boykin’s Advanced Writer’s Workshop Class.
Optional Summer Assignments for incoming AP Calculus AB Students
Optional Assignments and Optional Class Meetings for the summer will be posted through Google Classroom. If you are taking AP Calculus or CP Calculus (or plan to take one of those courses in the future), it is highly recommended that you participate in the optional activities made available to you this summer to increase your opportunity for academic success during the next school year.
SPRING & SUMMER ’22 Internship Opportunities
Full Time Career Opportunities
Elective Changes for 2022-2023
STEM ENRICHMENT CAMP 2022
HIGH SCHOOL SUMMER SCHOOL
After School Tutoring
We will offer both on-campus and virtual tutoring options this year. Offering both platforms allows us to provide more options for students to get academic assistance after school. Please visit the SVHS Tutoring website for a complete schedule of the tutoring opportunities.
A special thank you goes out to the Spring Valley Education Foundation for funding this important initiative.