Announcements

  • Congratulations to William Foster, Nicholas Catapano, Ryan Griffith, and A. J. Summers for making All-District Band! Way to go!

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  • There is an SVMS Spirit Night on Thursday, January 19th at Sweet Frog.  Remember to mention you are from Sun Valley Middle School.  Proceeds benefit SVMS PTO.

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  • The Spring Season of Heart and Sole is starting up soon!  Registration begins next week, January 17, at 7 pm.  The season begins the week of February 13.  The meeting dates are Tuesdays and Thursdays in room 417 from 4:00-5:15. Please click HERE for more information.

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  • TEEN GAME EVENT

    Wednesday, January 18th from 4:30-6:30pm at the Union West Regional Library in Indian Trail
    For teens in grades 6th-12th. Stop by to play some board games and video games too! Bring a friend to share the fun and good times for all! They  will be featuring our Xbox system with a variety of game choices. No registration is required.

     

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  • Students who were on the Honor Roll for Term 2 may dress out every Wednesday until the end of Term 3 as long as they have their Honor Cards.  Students who have lost their Honor Cards may purchase a new one for $5.00.

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  • Our PTO still has some great spirit designs for purchase. Please go to: https://store9955064.ecwid.com

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  • Yearbooks can be ordered now at the website below. Enter our school code #15804 to order yours today before prices go up!  Go HERE to order online!

     

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  • SVMS is fortunate to have a dynamic PTO. Please join this wonderful group!  Please click HERE for a membership form.

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Feature Stories

  •  Students packing the barrel for Ghana

    SVMS Packs the Barrel for Ghana

    In the months of November and December, the Sun Valley Middle School Fellowship of Christian Athletes sponsored a drive for school supplies and shoes for students at the New Jerusalem International School in Tema New Town, Ghana. Our own, Mrs. Lartey, sixth grade Social Studies teacher, has a connection with the ministry and she regularly travels there to serve the students. Every year, the FCA searches for opportunities to serve others, as service is a large focus of being a Christian. As a student athlete, they are used to others supporting them, so it is a great lesson and experience to be able to do something that impacts other students.

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  •  Picture of students and teachers participating in MLK celebration

    Sun Valley Middle School students give dream performance in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

    A small group of Sun Valley Middle school students received a standing ovation Friday, Jan. 13 following a touching performance about the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. “I’m so proud of them,” said their teacher, Amelia Polk. “They gave it all they had, and they learned a lot about Dr. King, things they didn’t know.” The play began with a moving reenactment of a young Dr. King who became angry when asked to move to the back of the bus, as was the law at the time. Eighth grader Jordan Johnson’s passionate portrayal of Dr. King had many in the audience wiping their eyes. At the end of the play, Jordan recited a portion of Dr. King’s well-known speech, “I Have a Dream.”

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  •  Union County Humane Society dog meets with Animal Care Club students

    Bark! The Animals Herald the Holiday

    This December, the SVMS Animal Care Club members looked to take care of those who are often neglected at this time of year and organized a Pet Supply Drive. The donations were given to the Richmond County Animal Shelter and the Union County Humane Society. SVMS students benefitted from a visit from members of the Sun Valley High School Green Club. Led by a former SVMS student, the older students shared how they have partnered with the Richmond County Animal Shelter. SVMS students decided to work towards collecting items for both that organization and the Union County Humane Society.

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