2021 - 22 Lunch Menu
Menu Changes :
Warm Ham & Cheese on a WG Roll
Rst. Chick Peas
Mickey Breakfast Pizza
100% Fruit Juice
Apple Breakfast Bites
100% Fruit Juice
With a basket at the 4:26 mark of the fourth quarter, Owen Kosar became the 9th Devil player in school history to reach the 1,000 point plateau!
All gym classes will report to the gym today and not the lockerooms. This will continue until further notice.
Pa Football News named the Shenandoah Valley’s football field concession stands the Grand Champs in District XI for having the best food and snacks. We were also named best field for French fries!!! Our combined concession stands are named quote:
“GRAND CHAMPION OVERALL BEST SNACK BAR in District 11.SHENANDOAH VALLEY with multiple stands, the most variety, and everything we tried was delicious. Congrats to the Blue Devils!” Thank you to everyone who makes our stands the best!!!
Seniors planning to attend college or trade school can apply for the Women Who Care Scholarship. You must apply through the Schuylkill Area Community Foundation. Visit www.sacfoundation.com or you can find the direct link on Mrs. Mikita's Google classroom.
Any vehicle that is parked in a district lot and does not have a tag will be towed. If you need to register your vehicle for a tag, please see Ms. Linda in the high school office. Bring your license, vehicle insurance card and your vehicle registration.
The SV Middle school Shine program is still looking for students. Please see Mr. Cuff or Ms. McGuire for more information.
If any staff member needs a parking permit, please see Meg in the Superintendent’s Office.
Also, there is no parking permitted in the high school circle. Students and staff must park in their designated areas.
Teacher use this form to assign chromebooks to your homerooms
2021-22 Bus Runs
2021 YEARBOOKS ARE NOW ON SALE
Cost is $50 - Purchase here or see Mrs. Hixson
Please remember…..Social Distance, Wear your mask, Wash your hands!
For the remainder of the school year we will follow Monday, Day 1; Tuesday, Day 2; Wednesday, Day 3; Thursday, Day 4 and Friday, Day 5 regardless of any days off.
Lockers will only be used at the start of the day, at lunch, and at the end of the day. Please help us by following these guidelines.
The middle stairway are the down stairs and the end stairs are the up stairs
Handwashing Facts and Stats: Around 33% of people do not use soap when washing their hands. PLEASE WASH YOUR HANDS!
Handwashing Facts and Stats: Up to 80% of communicable diseases are transferred by touch. PLEASE WASH YOUR HANDS!
Handwashing Facts and Stats:
Only 20% of people wash their hands before preparing food and only 39% before eating food. Wash your hands and don’t touch your face!
The Schuylkill Area Community Foundation offers various scholarships to Shenandoah Valley students. Some of these scholarships include the Ryan Stankavage, Pfluger-Przybylik, John Rich Curran, Bloomsburg and Trade School Fred Smith and the Rhoades Foundation scholarships. Please visit www.sacfoundation.com for application procedures as some have changed from last year. A few paper copies are available in the guidance office but many applications must be submitted by email.
Seniors that are planning to pursue a career in a health care related field can apply for the Primary health Network Scholarship. Students can visit www.phnfoundation.net to apply.
Seniors who have applied to Penn State Schuylkill and studying a STEM major can apply for the Wylonis Scholarship, which is a half tuition scholarship. More information can be found in the guidance office.
The Hometown Armory offers training every Thursday focusing on Self Defense, MMA, Jiu-Jitsu and Wrestling. If interested contact Staff Sergeant Strohl at 570-517-4344 or just show up. If you are under 18, please get a consent form for parents to sign in the high school office
Juniors and Seniors – SAT fee waivers are available, see Mrs. Mikita
PLEASE SEE THE GUIDANCE PAGE FOR ALL SCHOLARSHIP ANNOUNCEMENTS.
Linda Dove: Student Affairs Clerk firstname.lastname@example.org
Grace Pantoja: District Registration Secretary email@example.com
Anne Kayes: Data Entry firstname.lastname@example.org
Marion Moyer: Child Accounting Secretary email@example.com
Kelly Savakinas: District Special Education Secretary firstname.lastname@example.org
Judi Ashford email@example.com
Anne Taylor firstname.lastname@example.org
William Cuff email@example.com
Judy Demalis firstname.lastname@example.org
Luke Morgan email@example.com
Eric Croll firstname.lastname@example.org
Jennifer Barnish email@example.com
Jordan Marlow firstname.lastname@example.org
Christine Horwhat email@example.com
Robert Krash firstname.lastname@example.org
Jeff Maksimik email@example.com
Pam Schumack firstname.lastname@example.org
Russ Schumack email@example.com
Language: Shawn Novatka firstname.lastname@example.org
Art: Kimberly Roulin email@example.com
Physical Education: Richard Werner firstname.lastname@example.org
Lori Hess email@example.com
Gloria Laudeman firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms. Kassandra Blew email@example.com
High School Life Skills
Mrs. Trish Maksimik firstname.lastname@example.org
Gifted: Mrs. Heather Smalley email@example.com
Hearing Impaired Classroom
Mrs. Lisa Reidler firstname.lastname@example.org
School Psychologist: Lesley Matus email@example.com
Guidance: Melissa Mikita firstname.lastname@example.org (570) 462-1957 EXT 4177
Makayla Waltman, M.Ed. email@example.com (570) 462-1957 ext 4177
DISTRICT TECHNOLOGY COORDINATOR
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