Viking Update Post

July 29th Viking Update

Interested in Boys Cross Country?

Any boys interested in cross country for this fall, contact Coach Oberly at moberly@richland2.org. Cross country is a great sport where athletes learn about distance running and are a part of a great team. Cross country is a no cut sport and everyone gets to participate. Athletes must have an athletic physical to begin practicing and it must be uploaded to PlanetHS. The first official practice of the 2021 season will be Tuesday August 3rd, 7:15am-8:45am, at Sesqui State Park. If you have any questions please contact Coach Oberly at moberly@richland2.org.

Discovery Students Chosen as South Carolina Delegates for the 2022 AJAS Conference

Discovery students Brantley Aycock (11), Scott Dillon (12), Shyam Ganesh Babu (12), Madison Han (11), and Sanjana Parise (12) have been selected as South Carolina delegates to attend and present at the 2022 American Junior Academy of Science (AJAS) meeting held in conjunction with the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) national meeting in February in Philadelphia, PA. The format of the meeting will be announced at a later date. The nominees this year were selected based on having achieved high distinction in both their written research papers and oral presentations (virtual) at the 2021 South Carolina Junior Academy of Science competition. Not pictured below, Brantley Aycock and Shyam Ganesh Babu.

Congratulations to these outstanding young scientists and their research teachers, Lindsay Rega, Michelle Spigner, and Dr. Michelle Wyatt!

Calling all Freshmen and Sophomores- Fresh Start is on August 17th!

We will be hosting Fresh Start for the Class of 2025 and 2024 on August 17th.  Fresh Start gives incoming freshmen and new students the opportunity to come on campus a day early to see where their classes are and to participate in several fun activities. This year we would like to welcome both the Class of 2025 and the 2024 to Fresh Start.  Stay tuned for more information about this event in August.

Back-to-School Student Orientation- August 11th!

We will be hosting our annual Back-to-School Student Orientation on August 11th.  More details about our student orientation will be sent out over the next couple of weeks. 

Viking Update Post

June 24th Viking Update

Attention Class of 2022: This is a reminder that next week, June 28-30, 2021 & July 1, 2021, we are having pictures for our rising seniors.  Everyone should have received information in the mail from Prestige Portraits about your scheduling of your child’s specific time. Please review the below information regarding Senior Portraits.

If you have any questions about senior pictures, email Lisa Brindel at lbrindel@richland2.org.

Viking Update Post

June 15th Viking Update

We hope that everyone is enjoying a relaxing start to your summer break! Stay tuned to the Viking Update and the Spring Valley High School website for updates throughout the summer!

Final report cards for the 2020-2021 school year will be mailed on June 17th, 2021. You can also access your son/daughter’s final grades via Parent Portal.  If you have not created an account please click on this  LINK for further information on how to create an account and view grades.

Richland Two’s Annual Registration is now open! Annual Registration is the process that includes providing proof of residence, verifying student information, and reviewing and completing parent/guardian forms. To prevent delays in scheduling your child’s classes for the coming school year.

Viking Update Post

June 7th Viking Update

Congratulations to Our Top 10

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

Valedictorian: Ella Rescigno
Salutatorian: Sirawit Shimpalee
Ridha Fatima
Sparsho De
Parth Patel
Josephine Gardiner
Sydney Hook
Karah Barry
Thomas Temple
Madeline Dissinger

Congratulations to Taylor Hamilton-Hankins

Congratulations to Spring Valley senior, Taylor Hamilton-Hankins who received the Outstanding Achievement award. Taylor finished in the top 5% of her graduating class and will attend Stanford University in the upcoming fall. 

CLASS OF 2021 GRADUATION INFO

You made it, graduation day is here!  We look forward to seeing everyone tomorrow at 8:00 am in Harry Parone Stadium for the Class of 2021 Commencement Ceremonies!  Please review the following information before tomorrow’s big day.  Please stay tuned to your email, the Richland Two Graduation website, and the SVHS graduation website for any updates to graduation.  

Important Reminders:

  • All guests must have a ticket to enter graduation
  • Graduates need to arrive at Ben Stern Soccer field by 6:50 am 
  • Gates to Harry Parone Stadium will open at 7:00 am for all guests
  • All graduates and guests must wear masks during the event, all graduates were provided with a mask.
  • Flat shoes are the safest and best choice for seniors, pointed heels may get stuck in the flooring on the field.

Potential Weather Delays

The district is taking steps to ensure that graduations are memorable and most importantly, safe. Our planning efforts include how we will respond in the case of inclement and/or severe weather.

Prior to the start of a ceremony, staff will monitor the weather forecasts.

Rain plans include:

  • Delaying the start of a ceremony in the case of a passing storm
  • Rescheduling a ceremony to either Thursday (pm) or Friday (am or pm) in the case of an extended period of rain

We will do everything we can to make decisions as early as possible and communicate any change in plans quickly.

Parents will be alerted to any weather related delays or changes to the graduation ceremonies via the district’s mass notification system. Students can choose to receive a text alert by clicking here to provide a mobile number.

Livestream Link

Here is the livestream link for Spring Valley Graduation for those unable to attend the ceremony.

Graduation Day Information

Additional graduation day information can be found in the Graduation Information 2021.  This includes ticket information, graduation day procedures (arrival time, parking, dress, etc.), and frequently asked questions. 

Graduation Day Parking Map for Morning Graduation

Missing Graduation Items

If you did not pick up your graduation supplies (including tickets), you will be able to pick those items up tomorrow morning.  Staff will be onsite at the soccer field to assist you in getting those items, arrive early!

Procedures for lining up on Graduation Day

When you report on graduation day, you will be lining up (6 feet apart) by your last name.  If your last name begins with Adgerson – Laury, you will line up in Ben Stern Soccer Stadium.  If your last name begins with Lawson – Zaman you will line up on Lacrosse Field.  There will be signs next to the lines.  A Junior Marshal or Teacher will help you find your exact order.

Stay in this order so your name will be called correctly.

*You will also stay in this line to exit at the end after the Alma Mater.

Soccer Field Line Up:
Line 1 to 2  Adgerson to  Benenhaley
Line 3 to 4 Berry  to  Carpenter
Line 5 to 6  Carr  to Deas
Line 7 to 8  Dennis  to  Foy
Line 9 to 10 Francis  to  E.Gregg
Line 11 to 12  J .Gregg  to  Ho
Line 13 to 14  Holland to  T.Johnson
Line 15 to 16  W.Johnson  to Laury

Lacrosse Field Line Up:
Line 17 to 18  Lawson  to  Olvera
Line 19 to 20 Mickens to Ned
Line 21 to 22 Neis  to  Pringle-Watson
Line 23 to 24 Pushia-Stokes to Saini
Line 25 to 26  Salazar Garcia  to Solomons
Line 27 to 28   Soto-Rodriguez  to Truong
Line 29 to 30 Tyler  to  White
Line 31 to 32   Wigley  to  Zaman 

There will be faculty/staff available to assist you in locating your correct area to stand.  

Links for the Class of 2021:

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Assistant Principal Paul Dobyns at pdobyns@richland2.org.

Congratulations graduates and we look forward to seeing everyone tomorrow!

It’s going to be a great day for the Class of 2021!!

Seniors Transfer Your Google Account

2021 Graduation Information

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION ON TICKETS, PARKING, SEATING, MASKS & BAGS

Class of 2021 Diploma Pick-Up

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Pick will be located in the atrium in front of Counseling Department.

2020-2021 Semester 2 Exam Schedule

SPRING VALLEY SOCCER CAMP

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The Spring Valley Boys and Girls soccer programs are excited to again host their annual soccer camp. The camp is for Boys & Girls, rising K-8th Graders for the 2021/2022 school year. Players will be grouped by Age & Skill level and cost $75.00. Please contact Jamie Brindel (jbrindel@richland2.org) with any questions.

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Summer Reading

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READING LIST AND LIBRARY RESOURCES

Chromebook Repairs for Underclassmen

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Attention SVHS Underclassmen: If you have damages or problems with your Chromebook and want to have it repaired prior to summer break, please bring it to the Tech Office in the Multipurpose Room before May 20th.
Tech Office Hours are Monday – Friday from 8:30am-3:30pm. We are located outside the MPR on the second floor.

IN-PERSON/FACE-TO-FACE STUDENTS:

  • If you have a Chromebook that requires a repair and you are an in-person student, you may bring it to the Tech Office before class or at lunch on a day when you are at SHVS.
  • You may also bring it during class with a pass from a teacher. 

VIRTUAL STUDENTS:

  • We ask that virtual students not miss live classes to visit the tech office. 
  • If you are a virtual student, you may bring it between 8:30 am – 9 am Monday – Thursday or 12-3:30 on 1/2 day Fridays.
  • On asynchronous days you may bring it between 8:30 am – 3:30 pm.

*Please keep in mind that Chromebook insurance only covers your FIRST incident of damage. The fees on the chart below will apply to any school-issued Chromebook if you did not purchase or have already used the Chromebook insurance this school year

Richland 2 Repair and Replacement Cost Chart

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 (Not covered by insurance)Power Adapter and CableProtective Carry Case$25
Replacement Tags (Not covered by insurance)Removal or damage of asset (IT tags/barcodes) or other informational tags or markings. Not covered by insurance.$5



MAKE YOUR CHANGES NOW!

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Viking Update Post

June 3rd Viking Update

SVHS CLASS OF 2021

#WhereToNext Class of 2021

Seniors Transfer Your Google Account

2021 Graduation Information

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION ON TICKETS, PARKING, SEATING, MASKS & BAGS

Graduation Cap Decorating Procedures and Etiquette

ALL Templates should be submitted to Mrs. Ashford by Friday, June 4th

Please take into consideration the following rules and guidelines when decorating your 2021 graduation cap. This should be a positive experience for you and your family. We want to celebrate your achievements at Spring Valley as well as what you will be doing after high school. We encourage you to be creative, unique, respectful, and positive as you decorate your cap.

Positive cap decorating ideas include, but are not limited to:

Thanking a parent, grandparent, teacher, guardian

  Recognizing the branch of the military you will be joining

  Recognizing the college/university you will be attending

  Recognizing a club, class, sport, or other organization you are involved in

  Positive quotes/images

  Positive Spring Valley-themed images/quotes

  Original artwork

***If you have any questions about any intended information/images that you feel might be questionable, be sure to contact Mrs. Ashford by email at oashford@richland2.org

We highly suggest you trace your cap onto cardboard and decorate the cardboard so that, if you make a mistake, you can start over with a new piece of cardboard. Please be sure to include a small hole for the tassel. After you decorate it, stick it to your cap with double-sided tape or Velcro tape. We will not furnish new caps if you mess yours up decorating. Please be sure before you decorate!

All caps will be reviewed prior to the graduation ceremony. Spring Valley and/or Richland Two Administration reserve the right to disallow anything that is not considered appropriate for the commencement ceremony for any reason. In order to encourage high standards of student conduct and behavior, the administration will replace a student’s cap if it is in violation of the guidelines. If this is the case, the student will be charged $25 for the replacement cap. The administration reserves the right to disallow any cap design for any reason prior to, just before, or during the graduation ceremony. All decisions made by the administration are final.

Class of 2021 Diploma Pick-Up

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Pick will be located in the atrium in front of Counseling Department.

2020-2021 Semester 2 Exam Schedule

Cross Country Interest Meeting

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Calling all runners interested in joining the Cross Country team for the upcoming school year. We will be having an Interest meeting for all girls interested in joining our team.
When: Monday June 7th at 4pm
Where: Main Gym
What to bring: Yourself and a friend interested in joining the team

Please contact Coach Williams at kanwilliams@richland2.org for more information.

SPRING VALLEY SOCCER CAMP

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The Spring Valley Boys and Girls soccer programs are excited to again host their annual soccer camp. The camp is for Boys & Girls, rising K-8th Graders for the 2021/2022 school year. Players will be grouped by Age & Skill level and cost $75.00. Please contact Jamie Brindel (jbrindel@richland2.org) with any questions.

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Summer Reading

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READING LIST AND LIBRARY RESOURCES

Chromebook Repairs for Underclassmen

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Attention SVHS Underclassmen: If you have damages or problems with your Chromebook and want to have it repaired prior to summer break, please bring it to the Tech Office in the Multipurpose Room before May 20th.
Tech Office Hours are Monday – Friday from 8:30am-3:30pm. We are located outside the MPR on the second floor.

IN-PERSON/FACE-TO-FACE STUDENTS:

  • If you have a Chromebook that requires a repair and you are an in-person student, you may bring it to the Tech Office before class or at lunch on a day when you are at SHVS.
  • You may also bring it during class with a pass from a teacher. 

VIRTUAL STUDENTS:

  • We ask that virtual students not miss live classes to visit the tech office. 
  • If you are a virtual student, you may bring it between 8:30 am – 9 am Monday – Thursday or 12-3:30 on 1/2 day Fridays.
  • On asynchronous days you may bring it between 8:30 am – 3:30 pm.

*Please keep in mind that Chromebook insurance only covers your FIRST incident of damage. The fees on the chart below will apply to any school-issued Chromebook if you did not purchase or have already used the Chromebook insurance this school year

Richland 2 Repair and Replacement Cost Chart

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 (Not covered by insurance)Power Adapter and CableProtective Carry Case$25
Replacement Tags (Not covered by insurance)Removal or damage of asset (IT tags/barcodes) or other informational tags or markings. Not covered by insurance.$5



MAKE YOUR CHANGES NOW!

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Viking Update Post

June 2nd Viking Update

2021 Graduation Information

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION ON TICKETS, PARKING, SEATING, MASKS & BAGS

Graduation Cap Decorating Procedures and Etiquette

ALL Templates should be submitted to Mrs. Ashford by Friday, June 4th

Please take into consideration the following rules and guidelines when decorating your 2021 graduation cap. This should be a positive experience for you and your family. We want to celebrate your achievements at Spring Valley as well as what you will be doing after high school. We encourage you to be creative, unique, respectful, and positive as you decorate your cap.

Positive cap decorating ideas include, but are not limited to:

Thanking a parent, grandparent, teacher, guardian

  Recognizing the branch of the military you will be joining

  Recognizing the college/university you will be attending

  Recognizing a club, class, sport, or other organization you are involved in

  Positive quotes/images

  Positive Spring Valley-themed images/quotes

  Original artwork

***If you have any questions about any intended information/images that you feel might be questionable, be sure to contact Mrs. Ashford by email at oashford@richland2.org

We highly suggest you trace your cap onto cardboard and decorate the cardboard so that, if you make a mistake, you can start over with a new piece of cardboard. Please be sure to include a small hole for the tassel. After you decorate it, stick it to your cap with double-sided tape or Velcro tape. We will not furnish new caps if you mess yours up decorating. Please be sure before you decorate!

All caps will be reviewed prior to the graduation ceremony. Spring Valley and/or Richland Two Administration reserve the right to disallow anything that is not considered appropriate for the commencement ceremony for any reason. In order to encourage high standards of student conduct and behavior, the administration will replace a student’s cap if it is in violation of the guidelines. If this is the case, the student will be charged $25 for the replacement cap. The administration reserves the right to disallow any cap design for any reason prior to, just before, or during the graduation ceremony. All decisions made by the administration are final.

Class of 2021 Diploma Pick-Up

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Pick will be located in the atrium in front of Counseling Department.

2020-2021 Semester 2 Exam Schedule

Cross Country Interest Meeting

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Calling all runners interested in joining the Cross Country team for the upcoming school year. We will be having an Interest meeting for all girls interested in joining our team.
When: Monday June 7th at 4pm
Where: Main Gym
What to bring: Yourself and a friend interested in joining the team

Please contact Coach Williams at kanwilliams@richland2.org for more information.

SPRING VALLEY SOCCER CAMP

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The Spring Valley Boys and Girls soccer programs are excited to again host their annual soccer camp. The camp is for Boys & Girls, rising K-8th Graders for the 2021/2022 school year. Players will be grouped by Age & Skill level and cost $75.00. Please contact Jamie Brindel (jbrindel@richland2.org) with any questions.

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Chipotle Night with SVEF

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Summer Reading

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READING LIST AND LIBRARY RESOURCES

Chromebook Repairs for Underclassmen

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Attention SVHS Underclassmen: If you have damages or problems with your Chromebook and want to have it repaired prior to summer break, please bring it to the Tech Office in the Multipurpose Room before May 20th.
Tech Office Hours are Monday – Friday from 8:30am-3:30pm. We are located outside the MPR on the second floor.

IN-PERSON/FACE-TO-FACE STUDENTS:

  • If you have a Chromebook that requires a repair and you are an in-person student, you may bring it to the Tech Office before class or at lunch on a day when you are at SHVS.
  • You may also bring it during class with a pass from a teacher. 

VIRTUAL STUDENTS:

  • We ask that virtual students not miss live classes to visit the tech office. 
  • If you are a virtual student, you may bring it between 8:30 am – 9 am Monday – Thursday or 12-3:30 on 1/2 day Fridays.
  • On asynchronous days you may bring it between 8:30 am – 3:30 pm.

*Please keep in mind that Chromebook insurance only covers your FIRST incident of damage. The fees on the chart below will apply to any school-issued Chromebook if you did not purchase or have already used the Chromebook insurance this school year

Richland 2 Repair and Replacement Cost Chart

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 (Not covered by insurance)Power Adapter and CableProtective Carry Case$25
Replacement Tags (Not covered by insurance)Removal or damage of asset (IT tags/barcodes) or other informational tags or markings. Not covered by insurance.$5

MAKE YOUR CHANGES NOW!

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STUDENT JOBS: HELP WANTED – URGENTLY HIRING!

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Viking Update Post

May 28th Viking Update

Congratulations to Mrs. Venesia Johnson

Congratulations to our Spring Valley High School social worker, Mrs. Venesia Johnson. She was recently recognized through her work with USC College of Social Work. Mrs. Johnson an alum of USC received the Master of Social Work Field Instructor of the Year Award. She was nominated by MSW graduate Raven Martin.

“I am grateful and truly humbled. It is my belief that it takes a team and collaboration to truly be successful, and it is great to be a part of a team that continually produces competent social workers who are grounded in maintaining their ethics,” Johnson says. “I am honored to be a part of that process. Being such an important part of a students’ educational journey truly makes me feel eager to continue to serve in the role of field instructor.”

According to Johnson, the most satisfying part of being a field instructor and working with students is growing and learning from one another.

“I am always excited when a student shares something new that they have learned in class, and we are able to put it into practice,” Johnson says. “It is my belief that learning is a two-way process, and I am always zealous not to only share my knowledge, but to learn from others around me. I am confident that once a student leaves their placement, that they are ready to make a change and be successful in their future professional roles.”

Field instructors at the College of Social Work provide on-site supervision, advisement, and instruction to BSW and MSW students in the field practicum and promote their development of social work skills, abilities, values, and ethics. 

Congratulations 2021 Boy’s Track & Field State Champions

Update on Graduation Ticket Pick-Up

Class of 2021 Diploma Pick-Up

Pick will be located in the atrium in front of Counseling Department.

2020-2021 Semester 2 Exam Schedule

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Cross Country Interest Meeting

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Calling all runners interested in joining the Cross Country team for the upcoming school year. We will be having an Interest meeting for all girls interested in joining our team.
When: Monday June 7th at 4pm
Where: Main Gym
What to bring: Yourself and a friend interested in joining the team

Please contact Coach Williams at kanwilliams@richland2.org for more information.

SPRING VALLEY SOCCER CAMP

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The Spring Valley soccer camp will be back this summer. We are only offering 1 session this summer (June 14-17) as we begin to return to normal. The camp is open to both boys and girls from rising kindergarten through rising 8th graders.

The cost of the camp is $75 if you pre-register, $80 the day of camp. Please click here and complete the following Google form and register.

SVHS Senior Pinwheel Garden

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The Construction Training Center of Columbia, SC is offering a one-time scholarship in the amount of $4200 to be applied to The Drywall Certificate Program at Construction Training Center.  This Scholarship will be used during the 2021 academic year.   Upon successfully completion of the program the student will have two NCCER certifications:  Core and Level 1 Drywall.  Graduates can expect to apply for entry level position in residential and commercial projects. Students may continue their education with Construction Training Center and complete other certifications in Form Carpentry and/or Rod Busting. 

To qualify for the Construction Training Center Scholarship, students must submit an application by May 30, 2021. All applications should be emailed to:  cadkins@constructiontrainingcenter.org.  Attached is an informational brochure about the program that will be awarded via the scholarship and an application for the scholarship. I have also included a scholarship opportunity letter for the students.  The recipient of the scholarship will be chosen on June 1, 2021. 

Chipotle Night with SVEF

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Summer Reading

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READING LIST AND LIBRARY RESOURCES

Chromebook Repairs for Underclassmen

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Attention SVHS Underclassmen: If you have damages or problems with your Chromebook and want to have it repaired prior to summer break, please bring it to the Tech Office in the Multipurpose Room before May 20th.
Tech Office Hours are Monday – Friday from 8:30am-3:30pm. We are located outside the MPR on the second floor.

IN-PERSON/FACE-TO-FACE STUDENTS:

  • If you have a Chromebook that requires a repair and you are an in-person student, you may bring it to the Tech Office before class or at lunch on a day when you are at SHVS.
  • You may also bring it during class with a pass from a teacher. 

VIRTUAL STUDENTS:

  • We ask that virtual students not miss live classes to visit the tech office. 
  • If you are a virtual student, you may bring it between 8:30 am – 9 am Monday – Thursday or 12-3:30 on 1/2 day Fridays.
  • On asynchronous days you may bring it between 8:30 am – 3:30 pm.

*Please keep in mind that Chromebook insurance only covers your FIRST incident of damage. The fees on the chart below will apply to any school-issued Chromebook if you did not purchase or have already used the Chromebook insurance this school year

Richland 2 Repair and Replacement Cost Chart

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 (Not covered by insurance)Power Adapter and CableProtective Carry Case$25
Replacement Tags (Not covered by insurance)Removal or damage of asset (IT tags/barcodes) or other informational tags or markings. Not covered by insurance.$5

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CLASS OF 2021 UPDATED SENIOR INFORMATION

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Dear Parents of Richland Two Seniors,

Richland Two has important changes to share about graduations for the Class of 2021. District leadership has made the decision to move the graduations to Harry Parone Stadium and students will receive tickets for four guests.

Click here to print graduation announcement change of venue cards to insert into your graduation announcements.

Due to the change in venue, the dates and times of graduations have changed to the following:

June 8:

8 a.m. Spring Valley High
7 p.m. Ridge View High

June 9

8 a.m. Richland Northeast High

7 p.m. Blythewood High

June 10

8 a.m. Westwood High

The district is taking steps to ensure that these celebrations of student achievement are memorable and most importantly, safe. Please review the information below carefully. 

MASKS

Masks are required for admission. Guests are asked to bring their own masks to the ceremony.

SEATING

Inside the stadium, guests and students will be required to maintain social-distancing. 

STREAMING

Ceremonies will be streamed live online at www.richland2.org/livestream

STUDENT JOBS: HELP WANTED – URGENTLY HIRING!

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