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Yard Sale and Car Wash
SVHS ASB is sponsoring a car wash and yard sale on Saturday, May 2nd. These events are fund raisers designed to help support end-of-the-year activities, including the annual year-end trip.
The car wash will begin at 9:00 a.m. and end at noon. It is held at Car Wash Plaza across the street from the school. The yard sale will begin at 7:30 a.m. and conclude at 2 p.m. The yard sale is at the school (N. 2011 Hutchinson). Goods that have not been sold at the yard sale by Monday morning will be donated to the Goodwill.
A special thank you to Car Wash Plaza for their donation of wash bays. Also, thank you to the ASB Leadership team for putting together this event.
SVHS ANNUAL PLANT SALE
Spring is on the horizon - and in the greenhouse at Spokane Valley High School.
The annual plant sale is Friday, May 8. Gates open at 7 a.m.
Come early - plants sell quickly.
We are setup to take debit cards, checks, and cash.
HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!
CHANGES IN STATE ASSESSMENTS
Please check the State Test and Graduation Requirement category on the left sidebar for the changes in the State assessments. There is a LINK provided to the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) for additional information.
ATTENDANCE HOT LINE CHANGE
The attendance hot line number has been changed to 922-5475, extension 3002. That line is available 24 hours a day. The 340-7136 number is no longer the attendance line.
Parent Involvement Night and Valley Fest
Thanks to all of the parents and students who attended the Learning Assistance Program (LAP) Parent Involvement Night, BBQ and Valley Fest. We had a great turn out. The LAP video and the Leadership video were informative and gave the parents a better understanding of what SVHS is all about. In addition, parents were able to familiarize themselves with the ALEX math program. ALEX is the LAP program used to enhance students' ability to gain skills to pass the End of Course math assessment. It is used in the ALL DAY Program and in Transition.
Thanks too to all of the staff who worked so hard with the students to get the float ready. A special thanks to Darren for building the Phoenix mascot and to Joni for brainstorming a creative way to turn a piece of wood into an eye-catching Phoenix. All the students in the program had a hand in putting the float together. Many of them participated in the Valley Fest parade along with the staff.
ASB Financial Reports
Click here to view the WVSD ASB financial reports
Best High Schools - U.S. News & World Report
U.S. News & World Reports has selected Spokane Valley High School as a BRONZE recipient of top schools in the United States in the categories of student/teacher ratio and state assessment scores. If you are interested in detailed methodologies and frequently asked questions about the award please click on the following links:
At Spokane Valley High School, the student body makeup is 56 percent male and 44 percent female, and the total minority enrollment is 9 percent. Spokane Valley High School is 1 of 4 high schools in the West Valley School District (Spokane)
U.S News calculates the test score values based on student performance on the state exit exams and internationally available exams on college-level course work (AP/IB exams). SVHS students proficiency in reading rank at 90% (district average 61%) and proficiency in algebra at 48%. (district average 31%)
For additional information about SVHS, please contact the school at 509-922-5475.
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