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June 5th Viking Update

Congratulations Class of 2023

Click Here to View the Spring Valley Class of 2023 Graduation Ceremony

Spring Valley Student Receives State Award for Conservation Artwork

Spring Valley student Sarah Alyssa Hernandez has been named a state winner in the “Healthy Soil, Healthy Life” conservation poster contest sponsored by the South Carolina Association of Conservation Districts (SCACD).

Sarah Alyssa Hernandez is the state winner in the Grades 7-9 division. Hernandez was a ninth grader at Spring Valley High School when she entered the poster contest and is now in tenth grade. She is enrolled in the Explorations Magnet Program, is a member of the Spring Valley Signers American Sign Language Club, and plans to intern with Pawmetto Lifeline this summer. 

Hernandez’s ninth grade science teacher, Melissa Dissinger, sponsored her entry in the poster contest.  “It’s important for students to be aware of what’s going on in their environment,” says Dissinger. “The poster contest provides a great opportunity for students to explore environmental topics, and an authentic way for them to show others what they’ve been learning.” 

All students will receive cash prizes from SCACD. 

The Youth Conservation Poster Contest is an annual education program hosted nationally by the National Association of Conservation Districts and at the state and local levels by SCACD and RSWCD, respectively. 

Conservation Districts are subdivisions of state government under the local direction of five-member boards of commissioners. RSWCD’s mission is to promote the wise use and care of natural resources–with a focus on soil and water–for long-term sustainability in a changing environment. Richland County supports RSWCD’s work with staff and other resources. 

2023 SC High School Ultimate Frisbee State Championship Results

The Vikings Ultimate team played in the 2023 SC High School State Ultimate Championship this past weekend in Columbia, SC. Spring Valley had great wins over Blythewood, Sandhills, and Chapin and met AC Flora in the final, with both teams undefeated. In an incredibly hard-fought match, the Vikings came up just short and AC Flora was crowned the champion. Spring Valley proudly took 2nd place overall and displayed great sportsmanship and effort throughout. Go Vikings!

The tournament team consisted of:
Seniors: Carson Aycock (Captain), Justin Kong, Aidan Anthony, Kameron Morgan, Kaleb Dial, Thadd Pittman, Jay Hudgens, Isaiah Jucaban, Pedro Robertson, Kaden Moracco, Case Alexander
Juniors: Caleb Anthony, Patrick Quirk, Vera Tjader, Harmonie Frederick, JoJo Frye, Liam Sexton, Andrew May
Sophomores: Lee Dillon, Ella Gillam, Krish Patel, Anish Verma
Special thanks to the following alumni for their help coaching and with the tournament: Ethan Ho, Scott Dillon, Jacob Ho

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Summer Hours @ The Valley

Spring Valley High School will operate on a four-day week beginning June 5th.   The school will be open from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, Monday – Thursday.  Spring Valley High School offices will be closed the week of July 3rd – 6th.

If you have any questions or would like to get in touch with the school during this time, please call the school at 803-699-3500.

Thank you and have a great summer!

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