The PBIS Blue Ice Winter Dance is cancelled. More information is to follow.
The PTO'sSpirit Night is being rescheduled. More information to follow.
Basketball season has started. The home games start at 4:30. The boys will play first through December 7th and then the girls play first for the rest of the season. The cost is $4.00 for adults and $3.00 for school-age students. Children 4 and under are free. For a schedule of the games, click here.
SVMS presents the first annual Breanna Rae Ringersen Scholarship that will be awarded to a 2018 SVHS graduate who is in pursuit of a career in the field of Criminal Justice. Applications will be available on the SVHS website soon. Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Ringersen!
Every Friday morning, Sun Valley Middle (SVMS) student Bryan Tran walks to Sun Valley Elementary with a picture book in his hand. He, along with 79 of his peers, were selected to participate in the school’s Leading with Reading program – a new reading buddy initiative that pairs seventh and eighth grade students with first graders.
SVMS always opens its heart to others and this holiday season was no exception. SVMS and the PTO reached out to families, children, and animals in just the few weeks between Thanksgiving and Winter Break. The efforts of all who contributed touched many lives during this giving season is appreciated.
It may be hard to believe but on Thursday, December 14th, 400 sixth graders were laughing hysterically at the Seven Ages of Man speech in Shakespeare’s As You Like It. This was the result of the talent of Allan Wolf, author, poet, and performer and the interpretive skills of their fellow sixth graders. Allan Wolf came to SVMS courtesy of the Union County Community Arts Council.
Last week, SVMS students participated in the Computer Science Education Week. Students had a variety of opportunities to experience computer programming. Ms. Grise-Haney, in addition to her regular classes of computer coding, offered students the opportunity to create apps. She met with students in the morning before school to develop apps. One of Ms. Grise-Haney’s students, Kristofer Perez-Allen created a game app and won movie tickets. Click here to play his app.