All library books are due on Friday, May 27th. Notices will be sent out next week listing any missing items. There are no overdue fines but students are responsible for lost items.
On Friday, May 27th, Math 1 and Math 2 students will be taking their End of Course Exams. These tests are online.
Rising 9th graders, the Women's (Fall) and Men's (Spring) tennis team are looking for athletic players. If interested in trying out, please contact Coach Jerry Crowder at SVHS at email@example.com. If you are interested in tennis lessons this summer, please contact Coach Crowder also.
Congratulations to the SVMS Beta Club students. Our grand total of service hours this past year was 1,682 hours. Great job serving others, Beta members!
Parents WE NEED YOU! We need EOG Testing Proctors for the following dates: Thursday, May 26th, Wednesday, June 1st and Thursday, June 2nd from 8:30-1:00. We will need a few proctors on other days for specialty area tests, but these three dates are the big ones. Your student will earn 3 PBIS tickets for each day you can proctor. Please go to our Sign-Up Genius below to register.
Whoever said that math is boring hasn’t spent time in Mrs. Nailor’s 8th grade class. She recently challenged them to make unique cities using geometry. This project involved many aspects of the 8th grade curriculum. The students had to create a city using Special Angle Pairs and Nets. Special Angle Pairs are angles that are given certain names based on their relative position or based off the sum of their respective measures. Nets are 2-dimensional patterns of 3-dimensional shapes that you can cut and fold to create solids.
SVMS had some special guests recently when Dena Sabinske, Parks & Recreation Director of Stallings and Susan Didier, Indian Trails Community Development Specialist and Events Coordinator stopped by the morning broadcast to share some good news. Several SVMS students were honored for their posters that were entered in the Arbor Day contest. Ms. O’Malley and Mr. Michiels, art teachers at SVMS, worked with the students on their posters. Five students were selected to show their work to the mayor of Stallings at their Arbor Day Festival.
Nicknamed the Gardens of Stone, Arlington National Cemetery is the final resting place for many of our nation’s military heroes and other great American leaders. It was at this site that the Seventh Grade students of Sun Valley Middle School paid their respects to such leaders as John F. Kennedy, Robert Kennedy, and even those whose names remain unknown but their acts of courage never forgotten.