Feature Stories

  • See Something, Say Something

    North Carolina State Superintendent Mark Johnson has launched a statewide program to expand school safety efforts. The state has joined Sandy Hook Promise to bring the Say Something Anonymous Reporting System to North Carolina schools. This system is designed to change and save lives by teaching students, educators and administrators how to recognize the signs and signals of those who may be at risk of hurting themselves or others, and to anonymously report this information through a telephone crisis hotline, website or mobile app.

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  • Duke Energy Demonstrates Drones

    Mr. Kanagy and Mr. Williams from Duke Energy came today to Mrs. Ollis’ Flight/Space and 3D Printing classes to present about the Drone Program.

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  • SVMS Choir Students Get Rare Opportunity

    The SVMS Choir was invited to participate in the 2019 American Music Guild Heritage Awards. On November 7, we went to Monroe Crossing Mall to rehearse for the awards ceremony, which will take place on Saturday, November 9 at Ovens Auditorium.

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  • Beta Club Students Partner with Shiloh Valley Elementary

    Shiloh Valley Elementary got some helping hands from the Beta Club for its Mad Scientist Day. The elementary students were busy with experimenting with properties of matter, chemical reactions, and generally getting messy.

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Announcements

  • The PBIS Winter Wonderland dance is coming soon! The Winter Wonderland semi-formal dance will be held on Friday, January 24th from 7-9 pm in the SVMS gym.  The dance will cost $5 the morning of the dance, or $7 at the door that evening. Snacks and drinks will also be sold! Sixth graders will be dropped off and picked up at the bus lot door.  7th and 8th graders will be dropped off and picked up at the front door.

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  • Parents of 8th Graders - There is an Early College Parent Information night on Thursday, January 16th from 5:00-6:00 at SPCC.  The deadline to apply is March 2.  Click HERE for an application.

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  • Hanover Research Naviance Survey 

    UCPS has partnered with Hanover Research to conduct systematic and ongoing research in the form of program evaluations.  Click on the link below to complete the Hanover Research Naviance Survey.  https://tinyurl.com/vg2rgwq

     

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

     With so many items accumulating in the lost and found each week the PTO will be clearing out the lost and found items that have accumulated since the beginning of the year and donating all items on November 13th. Stop by the  Valley Expo from 5 to 7 PM on November the 12th to enjoy the evenings events and check for lost items. 

     

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  • The Beautification Club is seeking donations to spruce up our school  They need work gloves, shovels, mulch, flowers, bird feeders, yard art, oil based paint, watering cans, or any item that would allow our students to work on the beautification of our school.  

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  • Yearbook sales have officially started. The cost is $35. Please click HERE to order.  Purchase your yearbook in the coming weeks and save $10.  Prices will go up throughout the school year.

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  • Want to see your students' Canvas courses?  Consider signing up as an observer.  Click HERE for directions.

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  • Living Tree

    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. 

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