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  • SVMS summer hours are 8:00 – 4:00 Monday – Thursday starting June 10th.  We will be closed July 4th.

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  • Congratulations to the Beta Club.  Your total number of community service hours are in.  You have completed 1, 615 hours and 55 minutes.  Wahoo! Way to Go, Beta!

     

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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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  • UCPS offers Summer Camps for rising 8th and 9th graders.  There are many enrichment sessions available.  Please click HERE for more information.

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Feature Stories

  • SVMS Required Summer Reading

    Summer reading is important to keep from losing important reading skills. Students will be expected to read one book off the list under Quick Links. Students who will be taking English I are assigned Animal Farm by George Orwell as their summer reading book. During the first two weeks of school students will be working on a project in class to demonstrate their understanding of the book.

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  • SVMS Crossing Guard Jerome Sutton awarded $10,000 as a NC School Hero

    Jerome Sutton is somewhat of a legend in Union County. Standing in front a gymnasium full of cheering sixth graders, UCPS leaders and Board of Education members on May 28, Sutton couldn’t help but break out into his signature grin as he received a recognition unlike any other he’d ever earned before: the N.C. School Hero award which was also accompanied by a $10,000 check.

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  • 7th Grade Field Trip

    Students in 7th Grade had an opportunity to step back in time and learn about our nation’s roots at Colonial Williamsburg, Historic Yorktown, and Jamestown Settlement. After only a short 6 hour drive, the students began their journey in the past aboard a ferry ride to Jamestown Settlement. Most students exclaimed, “This was our first ride on a ferry. Pretty cool…pretty cool!”

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  • National Library Week

    To celebrate National Library Week (April 7-13), SVMS media coordinator Maureen Donohue set up stations in the library centered around library and book themes. There was a book-in-a-jar guessing game, a library trivia contest, first lines of books hidden messages, summer reading books word searches, and more.

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  • New York! New York!

    Safe travels to the 8th grade Spartan Sound Marching Band members traveling to New York today. The Spartan Sound (SVHS Marching Band) will be performing in the 258th New York City St. Patrick’s Day Parade on Saturday, March 16th.

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