Rising 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students are asked to read one of the books on the Summer Reading list. Students who will be in English 1 (8th graders) will instead read Animal Farm by George Orwell. Students who are interested in getting a copy of one of the books may pick it up on Mondays from 10:00-12:00 from SVMS. Please fill out the form on the next pageusing your UCPS Google Drive account by Sunday evening and the book will be ready for you on Monday. Books will be in a plastic bag.
Union County Public Schools has released its plan for returning to school in August. To help families make an informed decision, staff has also provided more details about instructional models for in-person, remote learning and virtual academy plans. In addition, parents are strongly encouraged to complete a transportation and return to school survey by July 22.
Superintendent Dr. Houlihan and district leaders discussed plans for reopening schools at the July 14 special called Board of Education meeting.
6th Graders will be able to pickup their chromebooks on Thursday, August 13th and 7th and 8th graders who are new to UCPS will pick up their chromebooks on Friday starting at 10 am. Sixth graders will pick up their chromebooks according to the following schedule.
7th/8th graders NEW TO THE DISTRICT will be able to pick up their Chromebooks on Friday, Aug. 14 from 10-11.
Any current 7th/8th graders with Chromebook issues can come on Monday, August 10 from 10am-11am.
Peachjar Digital Flyers
We have launched a new electronic flyer communication tool called Peachjar. To view school-approved digital flyers, simply click the Peachjar button on our website.
Did you know that SVMS has a lost and found located in the atrium outside of the media center. The PTO has placed hanging racks for lost clothing and a table for lunch boxes and lost gym bags. If your child is missing items please have them check in the lost and found.
Going Green in the Greenhouse
We have a fully functional greenhouse that we want to integrate into our science classes and greenhouse club to teach, hands on, botany and horticulture. The campaign would include start up costs of resources to begin planting. We also need cleaning and set up supplies to be able to make this project a reality for our students.