The CLASSY program is still in full force at SVMS. CLASSY is a program focused on self-improvement and self-reflection. Students are encouraged to journal in their planners during STARS class. Not sure what it is? Ask to see your child's planner. C - Count Your Blessings, L - Look for the Good, A - Acts of Kindness, S - Service Projects, S - Self Motivation, and Y - You are Valued. This program is introduced at the beginning of each school year and referenced daily. Be CLASSY SVMS!
SVMS will hold a Parent Advisory Committee Meeting on Thursday, March 19, at 11am. Agenda items include:
If your child is currently attending or will be attending SVMS during the SY 2020-2021, come and participate!! This meeting will end no later than 12:15pm
Mr. Burch, Principal at SVMS, had this to say about the students who participated in the Science Fair. "I would just say how impressed I am with our students. Having been a science teacher myself before becoming a principal, I know the amount of work that goes into submitting a project both for our students and for the teachers that guide them through the process. I think the science fair builds skills in our students that go far beyond the classroom and I would encourage all students to explore opportunities like the one provided by the science fair."
There were over 70 projects submitted with 89 participants. Teachers at SVMS who helped students prepare for the Science Fair included: Jeff Anderson, Crystal Engen and Adam Isaacson. SVMS did very well. Here are the results:
Additional participants from SVMS included: Cooper McClure, Jase Burton, Kennadee Wheeler, Payzli Nield, Elizabeth Bates, Aiden DeCora, and Millie Hyde.
February was a busy month for spelling. The District Spelling Bee was held during the first week of the month then the County Spelling Bee was held on February 26th. SVMS excelled with spellers in 2020.
District Bee Placings:
County Bee Placings:
*Changes to schedules and events at SVMS are posted on these sites regularly