Students who qualified for the 3rd quarter Warrior Clan will be going to Gravity Factory in Rexburg, Idaho. Students who did not qualify, will not be able to attend. Gravity Factory will not be open for public attendance on this date; only for Warrior Clan eligible students of SVMS. Waivers for those participating must be completed online prior to going. Use this link to complete the waiver - https://www.gravityfactory.net/
7th grade students who qualified will be going on Wednesday, April 7th
8th grade students who qualified will be going on Wednesday, April 14th
C = Count Your Blessings -- here at SVMS we are counting our blessings that we've been in school face-to-face since day one this school year. As part of CLASSY, students are asked to reflect daily on the blessings in their lives. It is better to be grateful for our blessings, then to take them for granted. What are your blessings? (family, friends, electricity, sunshine, snow, food to eat, talents...the list could be endless) Don't forget to Count Your Blessings daily!!
SVMS will be taking a panoramic picture of all students on Tuesday, April 6th. If you would like a copy of this photo, it can be purchased through Bell Photographers. Laminated = $16, Non Laminated = $12, ask your student for the payment envelop that was made available to them. Purchasing is not required.
Interested in being a part of a great service organization? Applications are currently being accepted for 7th and 8th graders who have a 3.5 GPA or higher. Pick up applications from Julie Lewis (8th English). Start building your future job and college applications today!
Apr 15 - SVMS home meet, noon
Apr 17 - SVMS @ Kemmerer, 10am
Apr 22 - SVMS @ Big Piney, noon
Apr 24 - SVMS @ Pinedale, 10am
Apr 30 - SVMS @ Evanston, 11am
May 7 - SVMS @ Jackson, noon
Coaches: Joe Hale, Garret Lym, Casey Parry, Alana Coles
SVMS will be administering the Wyoming Test of Proficiency and Progress (WY-TOPP) during the week of April 26-30. To learn more about the WY-TOPP visit the Wyoming Department of Education website, or click here. SVMS teachers and administration strongly encourage that your child get plenty of rest and eat healthy meals to help them be successful during testing times. Attendance during testing time is vital. Please avoid any elective absences during this week, if possible. Thank you!
The four types of distractions are Visual – looking at something other than the road. Auditory – hearing something not related to driving. Manual – manipulating something other than the steering wheel. And Cognitive – thinking about something other than driving.
FIVE FACTS YOU SHOULD KNOW BEFORE TEXTING AND DRIVING
Each day in the United States, approximately nine people are killed and more than 1,000 injured in crashes that are reported to involve a distracted driver.
WHY DISTRACTED DRIVER AWARENESS MONTH IS IMPORTANT
Drive responsively and wait to make that phone call or text until after you have finished driving. You could unintentionally kill someone else or even yourself!
*Changes to schedules and events at SVMS are posted on these sites regularly