Viking Update Post

June 14th Viking Update: Summer Edition

SAVE THE DATES

New School Start Times for 2022-2023

For the 2022-2023 school year, Richland Two has adjusted school start times.  Below are the common start times for elementary, middle, and high schools.  For high schools, Wednesday Late Start days will begin at 9:50 am.

Returning Textbooks

If you have not returned your textbooks from the 2021-2022 school year, we will have carts available in the main atrium for you to return those books.  Books will be collected daily and scanned by a school administration.  The atrium will be open from 8:00 am – 4:00 pm Monday – Thursday this summer. 

Viking Teacher & Classified Employee of the Month of April

Spring Valley “Teacher of the Month” program is designed to recognize teachers who are making a profound and positive difference in the lives of our students. Each month during the school year Spring Valley students, teachers, parents, and staff are given a chance to vote for a teacher and explain how that teacher has made an impact on them. Congratulations to the “Teacher of the Month” for April Ms. Kathryn Tyczynski.

Spring Valley “Classified Employee of the Month” program is designed to recognize a classified employee who has gone beyond the call of duty. The teachers and staff voted and the winner of February Ms. Aurelia Chaplin.

Congratulations Class of 2022!

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):

  • Electric
  • Water
  • Cable
  • 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
  • Electric
  • Cable/Satellite
  • Landline Phone

If you are Families Living with Families, please complete these forms and provide the needed information.  Contact Vanessa DeLeon (vdeleon@richland2.org) 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: stthomas@richland2.org

https://classroom.google.com/c/NTIyMDY1MTQxNjMw?cjc=x7ta7dy

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.

After School Tutoring

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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.

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Viking Update Post

June 1st Viking Update

Tomorrow Schedule

NO SCHOOL JUNE 3

GRADUATION REMINDERS

Class of 2022 Graduates and Families,

Graduation day is finally here!!  We look forward to seeing everyone tomorrow morning, Thursday, June 2nd, at the Colonial Life Arena for the Class of 2022 Commencement Ceremonies!  Below are some final reminders to review before tomorrow. Get ready Class of 2022, it is your time!!

  • Seniors should arrive at the Elephant Room entrance of the Colonial Life Arena no later than 7:00 a.m. Doors to the arena will open for guests at 7:30 a.m. Guests should enter via the main arena entrance.
  • Attached to this email is information about parking for graduation day.
  • Just a reminder about the proper attire for graduation. You must have a cap and gown that was purchased from Rhodes Graduation. A gown that is not the right color will not be allowed. If you have decorated your cap, it must be an approved design or the cap will be confiscated.
  • You are expected to dress professionally for the Graduation Ceremony. This event is designed to honor your accomplishments and you should dress accordingly in business attire that meets the dress code. Gentlemen should wear button up shirts and ties or button up polo shirts with collars and ladies should wear professional attire to include dresses, skirts, and/or suits. Absolutely no tennis shoes, flip flops, jeans, sunglasses etc. may be worn at graduation. You must also have your gown zipped all of the way up.
  • Graduation ceremonies can be watched online by those who can’t attend in-person, please visit the Richland Two Livestream website for the link to our graduation ceremony.

Other important reminders and information for graduation can be found by visiting the Class of 2022 Senior Information section on our website and selecting the Graduation Information Packet.

Congratulations graduates and we look forward to seeing everyone tomorrow!

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

Dual Enrollment

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):

  • Electric
  • Water
  • Cable
  • 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
  • Electric
  • Cable/Satellite
  • Landline Phone

If you are Families Living with Families, please complete these forms and provide the needed information.  Contact Vanessa DeLeon (vdeleon@richland2.org) 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: stthomas@richland2.org

https://classroom.google.com/c/NTIyMDY1MTQxNjMw?cjc=x7ta7dy

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

SPRING & SUMMER ’22 Internship Opportunities

Full Time Career Opportunities

Full-Time Career Opportunities

Elective Changes for 2022-2023

STEM ENRICHMENT CAMP 2022

HIGH SCHOOL SUMMER SCHOOL

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After School Tutoring

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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.

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Viking Update Post

May 31st Viking Update

Tomorrow Schedule

 Youth Conservation Poster Contest

L-R (Sophia Hinson and Sarah Hernandez)

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:

7th-9th Grades:

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 cooper.chanda@richlandcountysc.gov.

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

Dual Enrollment

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):

  • Electric
  • Water
  • Cable
  • 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
  • Electric
  • Cable/Satellite
  • Landline Phone

If you are Families Living with Families, please complete these forms and provide the needed information.  Contact Vanessa DeLeon (vdeleon@richland2.org) 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: stthomas@richland2.org

https://classroom.google.com/c/NTIyMDY1MTQxNjMw?cjc=x7ta7dy

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

SPRING & SUMMER ’22 Internship Opportunities

Full Time Career Opportunities

Full-Time Career Opportunities

Elective Changes for 2022-2023

STEM ENRICHMENT CAMP 2022

HIGH SCHOOL SUMMER SCHOOL

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After School Tutoring

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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.

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Viking Update Post

May 26th Viking Update

Principal’s Scholars & Outstanding Achievement

L-R (William Johnson III, Scott Dillon, Aaliya Wiggs, Madeline Nealey, Angel Huang, Elizabeth McCallum, Shyam Ganesh Babu, Pranav Poola, Christopher Li, Zachary Huang and Mr. Jeff Temoney; Principal)
Not Present : Eileen Chen

Each year, Spring Valley High School honors the Top Ten students and Our Outstanding Achievement student of the graduating class. Congratulations to these students for being such outstanding examples of “Viking Pride”!

Valedictorian: Zachary William Huang
Salutatorian: Christopher Jun Yin Li
Eileen Lu Chen
Scott Brent Dillon
Shyam Ganesh Babu
Angel Isabella Huang
William Arnold Johnson III
Elizabeth Andrea McCallum
Madeline Grace Nealey
Pranav Mahadevaswamy Poola

Outstanding Achievement Award: Aaliya Gabrielle Wiggs

Exam Schedule *UPDATED*

SENIOR EXIT SURVEY

Seniors please take a moment and click on the below link to fill out the below Senior Survey 

SENIOR EXIT SURVEY

Parchment

-Please ensure that you have created a Parchment account for your final transcript requests. (Parchment information attached)

Transcripts

-Please ensure that you have requested your final transcripts to be sent to your college/university of choice by June 1, 2022 through Parchment.

-After requesting your final transcript in Parchment, choose place on hold for grades.

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):

  • Electric
  • Water
  • Cable
  • 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
  • Electric
  • Cable/Satellite
  • Landline Phone

If you are Families Living with Families, please complete these forms and provide the needed information.  Contact Vanessa DeLeon (vdeleon@richland2.org) 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: stthomas@richland2.org

https://classroom.google.com/c/NTIyMDY1MTQxNjMw?cjc=x7ta7dy

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.

SENIOR UPDATE 2022

Congratulations!! Graduation day is almost here and we are excited to begin the celebration! Please review the below information and links for details on your big day. We look forward seeing everyone on Thursday, June 2nd at 8:00 am!

CLASS OF 2022 GRADUATION INFORMATION PACKET

SPRING & SUMMER ’22 Internship Opportunities

SPRING & SUMMER ’22 Internship Opportunities

Full Time Career Opportunities

Full-Time Career Opportunities

Elective Changes for 2022-2023

STEM ENRICHMENT CAMP 2022

HIGH SCHOOL SUMMER SCHOOL

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Sparkleberry Lane Construction

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We wanted to let all of our families know that we will be experiencing some traffic issues on Sparkleberry Lane in front of the school over the next 2-3 months.  Richland County will be making updates to the gas lines, storm drains, and adding sidewalks.  Work crews will do their best to minimize the impact to arrival and departure times at school.  If you are a car rider or student driver, we strongly encourage you to arrive early to school to make sure you are on time for class.

After School Tutoring

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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.

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Uncategorized, Viking Update Post

May 25th Viking Update

Exam Schedule *UPDATED*

Spring Valley Boys Win First Track State Championship in a Decade

Congratulations to the Spring Valley Boys Track Team and to Coach Oberly who has been named the 2022 SCTCCCA Boys’ 5A State Track Coach of the Year.

Click here to read more about this great achievement.

Discovery and Explorations Students Conduct Quarterly Adopt-a-Highway Clean-up

On Saturday, May 21st, Discovery and Explorations students (and parents) picked up litter from Two Notch Road between Sparkleberry Lane and Clemson Road. The magnet programs adopted this stretch of road in August of 2021 in an effort to help beautify our community. This past Saturday was the third quarterly pick-up and resulted in 15 bags of trash being removed. Students who participated included Brayden Dalton, Benjamin Davis, Anagha Gowda, Talha Islam, Arnav Jani, Bryan Lee, Jake McGee, William David Smith, Mason Snyder, Reagan Richardson, and Colin Tang. A huge thank you to all who volunteered!!

Vikings Ultimate Frisbee Team Earns Second Place in State Tournament

The Vikings Ultimate team played in the 2022 SC High School State Ultimate Championship Tournament this past weekend in Chapin, SC. Spring Valley ended pool play seeded 2nd with great wins over Academic Magnet, Carolina Forest, and AC Flora. The Vikings met AC Flora again in the semi-finals in a very hard-fought match by both teams. After going down 3-7, Spring Valley came back to tie it 7-7. In the second half, AC Flora had 3 game points but the Vikings battled back to tie the game again 11-11 to force sudden death. The nail-biting last point ended with an amazing win by the Vikings! Spring Valley faced off against Dreher in the final championship game but time ran out for the Vikings and Dreher won 12-10 to win the State title. Spring Valley took 2nd place overall, which is an amazing result for their first time playing in the State Tournament! The tournament team consisted of:

Seniors: Drew Boysia, Scott Dillon, Rhett Moore, Shreya Thiagu, Blake Wild Juniors: Aidan Anthony, Carson Aycock, Justin Kong, Kameron Morgan Sophomores: Caleb Anthony, Josh Offutt, Patrick Quirk, Sammy Urs Freshmen: Lee Dillon, Ella Gillam, Krish Patel Coaches: Tae Ho, Ethan Ho

SENIOR EXIT SURVEY

Seniors please take a moment and click on the below link to fill out the below Senior Survey 

SENIOR EXIT SURVEY

Parchment

-Please ensure that you have created a Parchment account for your final transcript requests. (Parchment information attached)

Transcripts

-Please ensure that you have requested your final transcripts to be sent to your college/university of choice by June 1, 2022 through Parchment.

-After requesting your final transcript in Parchment, choose place on hold for grades.

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):

  • Electric
  • Water
  • Cable
  • 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
  • Electric
  • Cable/Satellite
  • Landline Phone

If you are Families Living with Families, please complete these forms and provide the needed information.  Contact Vanessa DeLeon (vdeleon@richland2.org) in the Counseling Department if you have any questions.

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.

SENIOR UPDATE 2022

Congratulations!! Graduation day is almost here and we are excited to begin the celebration! Please review the below information and links for details on your big day. We look forward seeing everyone on Thursday, June 2nd at 8:00 am!

CLASS OF 2022 GRADUATION INFORMATION PACKET

SPRING & SUMMER ’22 Internship Opportunities

SPRING & SUMMER ’22 Internship Opportunities

Full Time Career Opportunities

Full-Time Career Opportunities

Elective Changes for 2022-2023

STEM ENRICHMENT CAMP 2022

HIGH SCHOOL SUMMER SCHOOL

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Sparkleberry Lane Construction

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We wanted to let all of our families know that we will be experiencing some traffic issues on Sparkleberry Lane in front of the school over the next 2-3 months.  Richland County will be making updates to the gas lines, storm drains, and adding sidewalks.  Work crews will do their best to minimize the impact to arrival and departure times at school.  If you are a car rider or student driver, we strongly encourage you to arrive early to school to make sure you are on time for class.

After School Tutoring

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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.

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Viking Update Post

May 23rd Viking Update

Exam Schedule

NO LATE START WEDNESDAY, MAY 25TH

GOLDEN TICKET PICK-UP TOMORROW

Date: Tuesday, May 24th 

Time: 9AM -3PM

Location: Student Activities 

To Receive Your Golden Ticket You Must Be In:

  • Good Academic Standing 
  • All Fees Must be Paid 
  • Chromebook must be turned in
  • No Overdue Hours
  • Excessive Absences are Cleared 

Senior Slideshow

Exam Review Nights

SV Girls & Boys Cross Country Interest Meeting

Are you interested in running Cross Country? If so, please join us for an Interest meeting. All new & returning athletes welcome to join. Contact kanwilliams@richland2.org (Girls) and Moberly@richland2.org (Boys).

  • When: Wednesday May 25th
  • Where: Spring Valley Stadium bleachers (Home side @ top)
  • Time: 4:15pm

SENIOR EXIT SURVEY

Seniors please take a moment and click on the below link to fill out the below Senior Survey 

SENIOR EXIT SURVEY

Parchment

-Please ensure that you have created a Parchment account for your final transcript requests. (Parchment information attached)

Transcripts

-Please ensure that you have requested your final transcripts to be sent to your college/university of choice by June 1, 2022 through Parchment.

-After requesting your final transcript in Parchment, choose place on hold for grades.

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):

  • Electric
  • Water
  • Cable
  • 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
  • Electric
  • Cable/Satellite
  • Landline Phone

If you are Families Living with Families, please complete these forms and provide the needed information.  Contact Vanessa DeLeon (vdeleon@richland2.org) in the Counseling Department if you have any questions.

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.

SENIOR UPDATE 2022

Congratulations!! Graduation day is almost here and we are excited to begin the celebration! Please review the below information and links for details on your big day. We look forward seeing everyone on Thursday, June 2nd at 8:00 am!

CLASS OF 2022 GRADUATION INFORMATION PACKET

SPRING & SUMMER ’22 Internship Opportunities

SPRING & SUMMER ’22 Internship Opportunities

Full Time Career Opportunities

Full-Time Career Opportunities

Elective Changes for 2022-2023

HIGH SCHOOL SUMMER SCHOOL

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Sparkleberry Lane Construction

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We wanted to let all of our families know that we will be experiencing some traffic issues on Sparkleberry Lane in front of the school over the next 2-3 months.  Richland County will be making updates to the gas lines, storm drains, and adding sidewalks.  Work crews will do their best to minimize the impact to arrival and departure times at school.  If you are a car rider or student driver, we strongly encourage you to arrive early to school to make sure you are on time for class.

After School Tutoring

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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.

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May 20th Viking Update

Class of 2022 Senior Assembly

Click here to watch the Class of 2022 Senior Assembly and read below for some important senior information.

Date: Tuesday, May 24th 

Time: 9AM -3PM

Location: Student Activities 

To Receive Your Golden Ticket You Must Be In:

  • Good Academic Standing 
  • All Fees Must be Paid 
  • Chromebook must be turned in
  • No Overdue Hours
  • Excessive Absences are Cleared 

Senior Slideshow

Discovery Sophomore Lily Zhang Named the 2022 South Carolina Stockholm Junior Water Prize (SJWP) State Winner

The SJWP is the world’s most prestigious award presented to a high school student for a water-research project. The Water Environment Federation (WEF) has coordinated the U.S. competition since its inception in 1997 and partners closely with their Member Associations (MAs) to execute the program. The competition among state winners is held in June in order to send the national winner to the international competition in late August. It is open to public, private, or independent high school students in grades 9-12 who have reached the age of 15 by Aug. 1 of the competition year and have conducted water-related science projects. Judging criteria are the same as the international competition and include ratings for relevance, methodology, subject knowledge, practical skills, creativity and paper/presentation. The Water Environment Association of South Carolina has selected Lily Zhang as the state winner and is fully sponsoring her travel to the national SJWP competition at the Colorado School of Mines in Denver, Colorado from June 16-19, 2022. Lily will be submitting her research paper and presenting her research on “The Individual and Combined Effects of Microplastics
and Acetominophen on the Heart Rate and Survival Daphnia magna.” Congratulations to Lily and her research teacher, Dr. Michelle Wyatt!

The Yearbooks are Almost Here!

THE YEARBOOKS ARE ALMOST HERE! Yearbooks will start to be handed out on Monday, May 23 at lunch and after school in room D221 To preorder a copy of the book, please go to http://www.yearbookforever.com. There is a limited supply of books, and they will be sold on a first come, first serve basis.

International Club Festival

BCE Senior Walk

Exam Review Nights

SV Girls & Boys Cross Country Interest Meeting

Are you interested in running Cross Country? If so, please join us for an Interest meeting. All new & returning athletes welcome to join. Contact kanwilliams@richland2.org (Girls) and Moberly@richland2.org (Boys).

  • When: Wednesday May 25th
  • Where: Spring Valley Stadium bleachers (Home side @ top)
  • Time: 4:15pm

SENIOR EXIT SURVEY

Seniors please take a moment and click on the below link to fill out the below Senior Survey 

SENIOR EXIT SURVEY

Parchment

-Please ensure that you have created a Parchment account for your final transcript requests. (Parchment information attached)

Transcripts

-Please ensure that you have requested your final transcripts to be sent to your college/university of choice by June 1, 2022 through Parchment.

-After requesting your final transcript in Parchment, choose place on hold for grades.

Semester 2 Exam Schedule

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):

  • Electric
  • Water
  • Cable
  • 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
  • Electric
  • Cable/Satellite
  • Landline Phone

If you are Families Living with Families, please complete these forms and provide the needed information.  Contact Vanessa DeLeon (vdeleon@richland2.org) in the Counseling Department if you have any questions.

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.

SENIOR UPDATE 2022

Congratulations!! Graduation day is almost here and we are excited to begin the celebration! Please review the below information and links for details on your big day. We look forward seeing everyone on Thursday, June 2nd at 8:00 am!

CLASS OF 2022 GRADUATION INFORMATION PACKET

SPRING & SUMMER ’22 Internship Opportunities

SPRING & SUMMER ’22 Internship Opportunities

Full Time Career Opportunities

Full-Time Career Opportunities

Elective Changes for 2022-2023

HIGH SCHOOL SUMMER SCHOOL

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Sparkleberry Lane Construction

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We wanted to let all of our families know that we will be experiencing some traffic issues on Sparkleberry Lane in front of the school over the next 2-3 months.  Richland County will be making updates to the gas lines, storm drains, and adding sidewalks.  Work crews will do their best to minimize the impact to arrival and departure times at school.  If you are a car rider or student driver, we strongly encourage you to arrive early to school to make sure you are on time for class.

After School Tutoring

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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.

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Viking Update Post

May 18th Viking Update

GOLDEN TICKET NEW Pick-Up DATE

Date: Tuesday, May 24th 

Time: 9AM -3PM

Location: Student Activities 

To Receive Your Golden Ticket You Must Be In:

  • Good Academic Standing 
  • All Fees Must be Paid 
  • Chromebook must be turned in
  • No Overdue Hours
  • Excessive Absences are Cleared 

International Club Festival

BCE Senior Walk

Exam Review Nights

Viking Sports Update (Upper State Track Edition)

Viking Sports Update (Upper State Track Edition)

SV Girls & Boys Cross Country Interest Meeting

Are you interested in running Cross Country? If so, please join us for an Interest meeting. All new & returning athletes welcome to join. Contact kanwilliams@richland2.org (Girls) and Moberly@richland2.org (Boys).

  • When: Wednesday May 25th
  • Where: Spring Valley Stadium bleachers (Home side @ top)
  • Time: 4:15pm

Senior Week

Congrats to the class of 2022; senior week festivities are this week! Hope to see you all there.

2022 SVHS Senior Chromebook Collection

2022 SVHS SENIOR CHROMEBOOK COLLECTION PROCEDURES

————————————————————————————————————————————————————————–

**TO GET ON THE WALK-LIST YOU HAVE TO TURN IN YOUR CHROMEBOOK & CHARGER.**

1. Collection will be in the atrium on the second floor outside the Multipurpose Room.

2. BRING YOUR ID.

3. Have both your Chromebook and charging cord. If you do not bring your charger, you will be charged $25.00. We will only take your charger WITH your Chromebook. You cannot turn in a Chromebook one day and a charger another day. We will not reverse fees later. Insurance does not cover lost chargers.

4. Follow all instructions below PRIOR TO TURNING IN YOUR CHROMEBOOK.

————————————————————————————————————————————————————————–

*Collection Schedule

Monday, May 169:30am – 11:30am & 1:00pm – 3:00pm
Tuesday, May 179:30am – 11:30am & 1:00pm – 3:00pm
Wednesday, May 189:30am – 11:30am & 1:00pm – 3:00pm
Thursday, May 198:30am – 12:00pm

*If a senior still needs a Chromebook to complete assignments like AP exams, credit recovery, etc., please have them contact me directly: aclutts@richland2.org. We will work with them until they are finished, but we need to know.

Graduating SENIOR Procedures for Turning in Chromebooks

*Underclassmen will keep Chromebooks through the summer and will bring them back when school starts.

Prior to turning your Chromebook in you must do the following:

  1. Sign out, remove users, shut down the Chromebook, and charge it COMPLETELY. 
  2. Remove from case and gently wipe down Chromebook. 

(DO NOT bring your case. We do not want it and won’t take it, and it will only slow things down.)

  1. Find your charger, remove stickers, and wrap it up appropriately. Wrap your charger like this.

NOTE: If you do not bring your charger, you will be charged $25.00. We will only take your charger WITH your Chromebook. You cannot turn in a Chromebook one day and a charger another day. We will not reverse fees later. Insurance does not cover lost chargers.

  1. PLEASE NOTE: YOU WILL LOSE ACCESS TO YOUR SCHOOL GOOGLE ACCOUNT & DOCUMENTS. HERE IS WHAT TO DO.

Wifi Hotspot

Are you a senior with a Wifi Hotspot? If so, you will need to turn it in with your Chromebook or a $50 charge will be added to your fees. Make sure that it has the cord and hotspot included. Missing parts will be added to fees accordingly.

Important Considerations

**If you do not turn in your Chromebook by the last designated day, you will  be charged $350.00. (If you need your Chromebook for summer school and want to turn it in later, we can work with you, but you must notify me: aclutts@richland2.org.)

***If you still need your Chromebook to complete  AP exams, credit recovery, etc., DO NOT turn your Chromebook in until they are finished. We can’t give a Chromebook back to you after you return it

Senior Class Celebration

SENIOR EXIT SURVEY

Seniors please take a moment and click on the below link to fill out the below Senior Survey 

SENIOR EXIT SURVEY

Parchment

-Please ensure that you have created a Parchment account for your final transcript requests. (Parchment information attached)

Transcripts

-Please ensure that you have requested your final transcripts to be sent to your college/university of choice by June 1, 2022 through Parchment.

-After requesting your final transcript in Parchment, choose place on hold for grades.

RISING FRESHMAN VIRTUAL INFORMATION NIGHT

Semester 2 Exam Schedule

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):

  • Electric
  • Water
  • Cable
  • 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
  • Electric
  • Cable/Satellite
  • Landline Phone

If you are Families Living with Families, please complete these forms and provide the needed information.  Contact Vanessa DeLeon (vdeleon@richland2.org) in the Counseling Department if you have any questions.

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.

Google Classroom join link: 

https://classroom.google.com/c/NTEzOTg2MTY5MDM2?cjc=7qokaqu

SVHS Mediation for Students

Do you and your friend have a difference of opinion or maybe find it hard to get along?

If you would like to seek a resolution, fill out the SVHS Mediation Form to receive an appointment.

Remember all parties must agree to come.

SVHS School Counseling Department

SENIOR UPDATE 2022

Congratulations!! Graduation day is almost here and we are excited to begin the celebration! Please review the below information and links for details on your big day. We look forward seeing everyone on Thursday, June 2nd at 8:00 am!

CLASS OF 2022 GRADUATION INFORMATION PACKET

SAVE THE DATE : 2022 GRADUATION

All Star Code

Who we are:

All Star Code is a non profit computer science education organization serving high school-aged young men of color. Few organizations prepare this underserved group for careers in the innovation economy. Our ultimate goal is to close the wealth, income, and opportunity gaps. Our mission is to create economic opportunity by developing a new generation of boys and young men of color with an entrepreneurial mindset who have the tools they need to succeed in a technological world. Our vision: All Star Code envisions a country where all young men of color have access to the tools of success, and where the ability to thrive is available to all who are willing to dare greatly.

Summer Intensive Overview: 

Virtual Summer Intensive Program: Lead Instructors (seasonal, full-time)

All Star Code is seeking high school young men of color to participate in our flagship Virtual Summer Intensive Program. Our 6-week Virtual Summer Intensive Program (July 11 – Aug 19, 2022) offers a uniquely transformative experience for our students and instructional staff, sponsored by top tech, finance, and media companies. Our curriculum is designed to inspire, educate, and equip high school-aged young men of color with the skills, entrepreneurial mindset, and networks to pursue academics and careers in a technological world. Students learn in  ASC’s curriculum in one, 3-hour virtual classrooms of 20 high school students (for a total of 20 students).

For Students To Apply, check out the link here: 

https://allstarcodeapply.smapply.io/

SPRING & SUMMER ’22 Internship Opportunities

SPRING & SUMMER ’22 Internship Opportunities

Full Time Career Opportunities

Full-Time Career Opportunities

Elective Changes for 2022-2023

HIGH SCHOOL SUMMER SCHOOL

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Sparkleberry Lane Construction

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We wanted to let all of our families know that we will be experiencing some traffic issues on Sparkleberry Lane in front of the school over the next 2-3 months.  Richland County will be making updates to the gas lines, storm drains, and adding sidewalks.  Work crews will do their best to minimize the impact to arrival and departure times at school.  If you are a car rider or student driver, we strongly encourage you to arrive early to school to make sure you are on time for class.

After School Tutoring

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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.

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Viking Update Post

May 17th Viking Update

SCMEA Outstanding Performance Award

It is with great pleasure to formally announce that our Spring Valley Orchestra program has earned the Outstanding Performance Award : Silver for the  2021-2022 school year. The Outstanding Performance Award (OPA) is the  highest achievement for the orchestra programs in the state of South Carolina.  To earn this award, your school’s orchestra program demonstrated a high level  of proficiency in all areas of scholastic musicianship. Points were earned and  accumulated through your success in Region & All-State Orchestra, Concert  Performance Assessment, and Solo & Ensemble. Congratulations to Dr. Janine Parnell and the Spring Valley Orchestra Program.

Exam Review Nights

Viking Sports Update (Upper State Track Edition)

Viking Sports Update (Upper State Track Edition)

Adopt a Stream

On Sunday, May 15, 2022, the Adopt a Stream club members: Aadarsh Patel, Taylor Manning, Dev Patel, Kartik Valluri, Caleb Anthony, Ian Saracila, Ray Patel, and Jay Patel had a zoom meeting with a group of 7th-grade students from “ Miron Pompiliu” Middle School Stei Romania, and their homeroom teacher, Mr. Alin Pasca. The meeting was a part of an international project between our club and the Romanian students to educate the young generation about a clean environment.   

SV Girls & Boys Cross Country Interest Meeting

Are you interested in running Cross Country? If so, please join us for an Interest meeting. All new & returning athletes welcome to join. Contact kanwilliams@richland2.org (Girls) and Moberly@richland2.org (Boys).

  • When: Wednesday May 25th
  • Where: Spring Valley Stadium bleachers (Home side @ top)
  • Time: 4:15pm

Senior Week

Congrats to the class of 2022; senior week festivities are this week! Hope to see you all there.

Congratulations to Gabriella S Mejia!

On May 7th the Atlantic Institute hosted the 2022 Virtual Awards Ceremony for the 2022 Art & Essay contest. Gabriella, an Explorations junior, learned that her artwork on the 2021-2022 theme, “Social Connections: Maintaining Humanity in the Age of Social Media,” won first place in the high school division. Her artwork and all winners can be viewed here. Gabriella will receive an iPad Mini for her exceptional entry. Congratulations, Gabriella!

2022 SVHS Senior Chromebook Collection

2022 SVHS SENIOR CHROMEBOOK COLLECTION PROCEDURES

————————————————————————————————————————————————————————–

**TO GET ON THE WALK-LIST YOU HAVE TO TURN IN YOUR CHROMEBOOK & CHARGER.**

1. Collection will be in the atrium on the second floor outside the Multipurpose Room.

2. BRING YOUR ID.

3. Have both your Chromebook and charging cord. If you do not bring your charger, you will be charged $25.00. We will only take your charger WITH your Chromebook. You cannot turn in a Chromebook one day and a charger another day. We will not reverse fees later. Insurance does not cover lost chargers.

4. Follow all instructions below PRIOR TO TURNING IN YOUR CHROMEBOOK.

————————————————————————————————————————————————————————–

*Collection Schedule

Monday, May 169:30am – 11:30am & 1:00pm – 3:00pm
Tuesday, May 179:30am – 11:30am & 1:00pm – 3:00pm
Wednesday, May 189:30am – 11:30am & 1:00pm – 3:00pm
Thursday, May 198:30am – 12:00pm

*If a senior still needs a Chromebook to complete assignments like AP exams, credit recovery, etc., please have them contact me directly: aclutts@richland2.org. We will work with them until they are finished, but we need to know.

Graduating SENIOR Procedures for Turning in Chromebooks

*Underclassmen will keep Chromebooks through the summer and will bring them back when school starts.

Prior to turning your Chromebook in you must do the following:

  1. Sign out, remove users, shut down the Chromebook, and charge it COMPLETELY. 
  2. Remove from case and gently wipe down Chromebook. 

(DO NOT bring your case. We do not want it and won’t take it, and it will only slow things down.)

  1. Find your charger, remove stickers, and wrap it up appropriately. Wrap your charger like this.

NOTE: If you do not bring your charger, you will be charged $25.00. We will only take your charger WITH your Chromebook. You cannot turn in a Chromebook one day and a charger another day. We will not reverse fees later. Insurance does not cover lost chargers.

  1. PLEASE NOTE: YOU WILL LOSE ACCESS TO YOUR SCHOOL GOOGLE ACCOUNT & DOCUMENTS. HERE IS WHAT TO DO.

Wifi Hotspot

Are you a senior with a Wifi Hotspot? If so, you will need to turn it in with your Chromebook or a $50 charge will be added to your fees. Make sure that it has the cord and hotspot included. Missing parts will be added to fees accordingly.

Important Considerations

**If you do not turn in your Chromebook by the last designated day, you will  be charged $350.00. (If you need your Chromebook for summer school and want to turn it in later, we can work with you, but you must notify me: aclutts@richland2.org.)

***If you still need your Chromebook to complete  AP exams, credit recovery, etc., DO NOT turn your Chromebook in until they are finished. We can’t give a Chromebook back to you after you return it

Senior Class Celebration

SENIOR EXIT SURVEY

Seniors please take a moment and click on the below link to fill out the below Senior Survey 

SENIOR EXIT SURVEY

Parchment

-Please ensure that you have created a Parchment account for your final transcript requests. (Parchment information attached)

Transcripts

-Please ensure that you have requested your final transcripts to be sent to your college/university of choice by June 1, 2022 through Parchment.

-After requesting your final transcript in Parchment, choose place on hold for grades.

RISING FRESHMAN VIRTUAL INFORMATION NIGHT

Semester 2 Exam Schedule

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):

  • Electric
  • Water
  • Cable
  • 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
  • Electric
  • Cable/Satellite
  • Landline Phone

If you are Families Living with Families, please complete these forms and provide the needed information.  Contact Vanessa DeLeon (vdeleon@richland2.org) in the Counseling Department if you have any questions.

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.

Google Classroom join link: 

https://classroom.google.com/c/NTEzOTg2MTY5MDM2?cjc=7qokaqu

SVHS Mediation for Students

Do you and your friend have a difference of opinion or maybe find it hard to get along?

If you would like to seek a resolution, fill out the SVHS Mediation Form to receive an appointment.

Remember all parties must agree to come.

SVHS School Counseling Department

SENIOR UPDATE 2022

Congratulations!! Graduation day is almost here and we are excited to begin the celebration! Please review the below information and links for details on your big day. We look forward seeing everyone on Thursday, June 2nd at 8:00 am!

CLASS OF 2022 GRADUATION INFORMATION PACKET

SAVE THE DATE : 2022 GRADUATION

All Star Code

Who we are:

All Star Code is a non profit computer science education organization serving high school-aged young men of color. Few organizations prepare this underserved group for careers in the innovation economy. Our ultimate goal is to close the wealth, income, and opportunity gaps. Our mission is to create economic opportunity by developing a new generation of boys and young men of color with an entrepreneurial mindset who have the tools they need to succeed in a technological world. Our vision: All Star Code envisions a country where all young men of color have access to the tools of success, and where the ability to thrive is available to all who are willing to dare greatly.

Summer Intensive Overview: 

Virtual Summer Intensive Program: Lead Instructors (seasonal, full-time)

All Star Code is seeking high school young men of color to participate in our flagship Virtual Summer Intensive Program. Our 6-week Virtual Summer Intensive Program (July 11 – Aug 19, 2022) offers a uniquely transformative experience for our students and instructional staff, sponsored by top tech, finance, and media companies. Our curriculum is designed to inspire, educate, and equip high school-aged young men of color with the skills, entrepreneurial mindset, and networks to pursue academics and careers in a technological world. Students learn in  ASC’s curriculum in one, 3-hour virtual classrooms of 20 high school students (for a total of 20 students).

For Students To Apply, check out the link here: 

https://allstarcodeapply.smapply.io/

SPRING & SUMMER ’22 Internship Opportunities

SPRING & SUMMER ’22 Internship Opportunities

Full Time Career Opportunities

Full-Time Career Opportunities

Elective Changes for 2022-2023

HIGH SCHOOL SUMMER SCHOOL

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Sparkleberry Lane Construction

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We wanted to let all of our families know that we will be experiencing some traffic issues on Sparkleberry Lane in front of the school over the next 2-3 months.  Richland County will be making updates to the gas lines, storm drains, and adding sidewalks.  Work crews will do their best to minimize the impact to arrival and departure times at school.  If you are a car rider or student driver, we strongly encourage you to arrive early to school to make sure you are on time for class.

After School Tutoring

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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.

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Viking Update Post

May 16th Viking Update

Exam Review Nights

Senior Week

Congrats to the class of 2022; senior week festivities are this week! Hope to see you all there.

Congratulations to Gabriella S Mejia!

On May 7th the Atlantic Institute hosted the 2022 Virtual Awards Ceremony for the 2022 Art & Essay contest. Gabriella, an Explorations junior, learned that her artwork on the 2021-2022 theme, “Social Connections: Maintaining Humanity in the Age of Social Media,” won first place in the high school division. Her artwork and all winners can be viewed here. Gabriella will receive an iPad Mini for her exceptional entry. Congratulations, Gabriella!

2022 SVHS Senior Chromebook Collection

2022 SVHS SENIOR CHROMEBOOK COLLECTION PROCEDURES

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**TO GET ON THE WALK-LIST YOU HAVE TO TURN IN YOUR CHROMEBOOK & CHARGER.**

1. Collection will be in the atrium on the second floor outside the Multipurpose Room.

2. BRING YOUR ID.

3. Have both your Chromebook and charging cord. If you do not bring your charger, you will be charged $25.00. We will only take your charger WITH your Chromebook. You cannot turn in a Chromebook one day and a charger another day. We will not reverse fees later. Insurance does not cover lost chargers.

4. Follow all instructions below PRIOR TO TURNING IN YOUR CHROMEBOOK.

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*Collection Schedule

Monday, May 169:30am – 11:30am & 1:00pm – 3:00pm
Tuesday, May 179:30am – 11:30am & 1:00pm – 3:00pm
Wednesday, May 189:30am – 11:30am & 1:00pm – 3:00pm
Thursday, May 198:30am – 12:00pm

*If a senior still needs a Chromebook to complete assignments like AP exams, credit recovery, etc., please have them contact me directly: aclutts@richland2.org. We will work with them until they are finished, but we need to know.

Graduating SENIOR Procedures for Turning in Chromebooks

*Underclassmen will keep Chromebooks through the summer and will bring them back when school starts.

Prior to turning your Chromebook in you must do the following:

  1. Sign out, remove users, shut down the Chromebook, and charge it COMPLETELY. 
  2. Remove from case and gently wipe down Chromebook. 

(DO NOT bring your case. We do not want it and won’t take it, and it will only slow things down.)

  1. Find your charger, remove stickers, and wrap it up appropriately. Wrap your charger like this.

NOTE: If you do not bring your charger, you will be charged $25.00. We will only take your charger WITH your Chromebook. You cannot turn in a Chromebook one day and a charger another day. We will not reverse fees later. Insurance does not cover lost chargers.

  1. PLEASE NOTE: YOU WILL LOSE ACCESS TO YOUR SCHOOL GOOGLE ACCOUNT & DOCUMENTS. HERE IS WHAT TO DO.

Wifi Hotspot

Are you a senior with a Wifi Hotspot? If so, you will need to turn it in with your Chromebook or a $50 charge will be added to your fees. Make sure that it has the cord and hotspot included. Missing parts will be added to fees accordingly.

Important Considerations

**If you do not turn in your Chromebook by the last designated day, you will  be charged $350.00. (If you need your Chromebook for summer school and want to turn it in later, we can work with you, but you must notify me: aclutts@richland2.org.)

***If you still need your Chromebook to complete  AP exams, credit recovery, etc., DO NOT turn your Chromebook in until they are finished. We can’t give a Chromebook back to you after you return it

Senior Class Celebration

SENIOR EXIT SURVEY

Seniors please take a moment and click on the below link to fill out the below Senior Survey 

SENIOR EXIT SURVEY

Parchment

-Please ensure that you have created a Parchment account for your final transcript requests. (Parchment information attached)

Transcripts

-Please ensure that you have requested your final transcripts to be sent to your college/university of choice by June 1, 2022 through Parchment.

-After requesting your final transcript in Parchment, choose place on hold for grades.

RISING FRESHMAN VIRTUAL INFORMATION NIGHT

Semester 2 Exam Schedule

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):

  • Electric
  • Water
  • Cable
  • 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
  • Electric
  • Cable/Satellite
  • Landline Phone

If you are Families Living with Families, please complete these forms and provide the needed information.  Contact Vanessa DeLeon (vdeleon@richland2.org) in the Counseling Department if you have any questions.

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.

Google Classroom join link: 

https://classroom.google.com/c/NTEzOTg2MTY5MDM2?cjc=7qokaqu

SVHS Mediation for Students

Do you and your friend have a difference of opinion or maybe find it hard to get along?

If you would like to seek a resolution, fill out the SVHS Mediation Form to receive an appointment.

Remember all parties must agree to come.

SVHS School Counseling Department

SENIOR UPDATE 2022

Congratulations!! Graduation day is almost here and we are excited to begin the celebration! Please review the below information and links for details on your big day. We look forward seeing everyone on Thursday, June 2nd at 8:00 am!

CLASS OF 2022 GRADUATION INFORMATION PACKET

SAVE THE DATE : 2022 GRADUATION

All Star Code

Who we are:

All Star Code is a non profit computer science education organization serving high school-aged young men of color. Few organizations prepare this underserved group for careers in the innovation economy. Our ultimate goal is to close the wealth, income, and opportunity gaps. Our mission is to create economic opportunity by developing a new generation of boys and young men of color with an entrepreneurial mindset who have the tools they need to succeed in a technological world. Our vision: All Star Code envisions a country where all young men of color have access to the tools of success, and where the ability to thrive is available to all who are willing to dare greatly.

Summer Intensive Overview: 

Virtual Summer Intensive Program: Lead Instructors (seasonal, full-time)

All Star Code is seeking high school young men of color to participate in our flagship Virtual Summer Intensive Program. Our 6-week Virtual Summer Intensive Program (July 11 – Aug 19, 2022) offers a uniquely transformative experience for our students and instructional staff, sponsored by top tech, finance, and media companies. Our curriculum is designed to inspire, educate, and equip high school-aged young men of color with the skills, entrepreneurial mindset, and networks to pursue academics and careers in a technological world. Students learn in  ASC’s curriculum in one, 3-hour virtual classrooms of 20 high school students (for a total of 20 students).

For Students To Apply, check out the link here: 

https://allstarcodeapply.smapply.io/

SPRING & SUMMER ’22 Internship Opportunities

SPRING & SUMMER ’22 Internship Opportunities

Full Time Career Opportunities

Full-Time Career Opportunities

Elective Changes for 2022-2023

HIGH SCHOOL SUMMER SCHOOL

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Sparkleberry Lane Construction

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We wanted to let all of our families know that we will be experiencing some traffic issues on Sparkleberry Lane in front of the school over the next 2-3 months.  Richland County will be making updates to the gas lines, storm drains, and adding sidewalks.  Work crews will do their best to minimize the impact to arrival and departure times at school.  If you are a car rider or student driver, we strongly encourage you to arrive early to school to make sure you are on time for class.

After School Tutoring

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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.

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