Announcements

  • Teacher Appreciation Week is May 2nd- May 6th.

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  • Thank you to all of the volunteers who donated blood at the Blood Drive!  With your help, SVMS and the American Red Cross received enough donations to save 67 lives!

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  • Attention, rising 8th graders! - If you have questions about the Encore Registration process, please click HERE.

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  • List of Summer Camps

    This summer the UCPS Career and Technical Education Department will offer summer camps for rising 8th and 9th grade students.  If interested, please click HERE.

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  • There will be a Talent Showcase for Middle and High School students at Wesley Chapel Elementary on May 15th at 4:00.  If you have any questions, please click here.

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  • Thank you to all who contributed to the Water Project.  Click HERE for an update on the project that SVMS helped sponsor last year.  Then click HERE to see what this year's contributions built!

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  • PTO School Store

    The PTO School Store is open on Monday mornings outside the Media Center. Click HERE for a price list of items.

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Upcoming Events

Feature Stories

  • Around and Around They Go!

    The 7th grade Science Department held their annual roller coaster project last week to enhance their unit on physical science. Each team of students built a roller coaster made of only cardstock and tape. The goal is to have a marble travel the longest time without stopping. Certain other requirements must also be met. The roller coaster must have a loop, a certain number of turns, and a funnel.

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    6th Graders Learn That What You See Isn't Always What You Get

    Mr. Jeff Bassett from Discovery Place came recently to share a presentation on Light and Optic Illusions with sixth graders. He used a presentation to review the previously learning vocabulary and concepts of light such as refraction, reflection, and absorption.

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    Walk-a-thon Was a Huge Success!

    The 4th Annual Strides for Success Walk-a-thon is over but the matching funds are still coming in. So far the walk-a-thon has raised almost $31,000! This fantastic outcome is the culmination of many people’s efforts and contributions. The SVMS PTO President Kathy Heintel and her army of tireless volunteers worked months bringing this celebration to fruition. It was a beautiful March day during which the students enjoyed the weather and games. Students enjoyed playing four-square, soccer, dodge ball, basketball, and other activities. They also walked the high school track, spending time with their friends while listening to tunes played by SVHS students.

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