I WAS "1000x" WORTH IT!
about 12 hours ago, Shelley Hanson
1000x WORTH IT!
Seventh grader, Nick Bauer recently returned from the 64th Annual Quebec Pee-Wee Hockey Tournament in Quebec. Nick is a member of the 2011 Oakland Jr Grizzlies AAA Hockey Team. The tournament has a rigorous selection process and not all teams that apply received a bid to play. The tournament took place February 7th-18 and is held during Quebec's City's winter celebration. The tournament is the, most prestigious minor hockey tournament in the world. This year there were 18 countries represented and 120 teams total. Nick stayed with a local host family that spoke primarily French. He was immersed in the French-Canadian language and culture. The team did have some condensed French lessons from a team mom. Being a student-athlete, does present its own unique challenges. Nick not only has to face the mental and physical challenges of the game, but he has to keep up with school work to maintain his grade point avg. This experience challenged him to set priorities while being in a different country and away from some of his family as he prepared to travel along with during the tournament. This was a rewarding, unique experience with lifetime memories made.
about 17 hours ago, Lori Hayes
Throwback Thursday: 1990s track
1 day ago, Mr. Blower
Throwback Thursday
Swan Valley School District Non-Homestead Millage Renewal 3 Generations of "WORTH IT"!
4 days ago, Shelley Hanson
3 Generations of "WORTH IT"
Congratulations to our state BPA competitors and winners!
4 days ago, Swan Valley Middle School
bpa group
bpa list
Celebrate reading all year-round! Don't forget to order your March into Reading shirt. https://swanvalley2024.itemorder.com/shop/home/
4 days ago, Randi Brown
wild about reading
SVSD Non-Homestead Millage Renewal February 27th I AM WORTH IT!
4 days ago, Shelley Hanson
I AM Worth It! KDG 2
https://www.smore.com/asfnb Please take a minute to read the weekly announcements.
4 days ago, Kelly Kenel
Swan Valley School District Non-Homestead Millage Renewal
6 days ago, Shelley Hanson
I WAS Worth It! Campaign
The eighth grade basketball team had a perfect 3-0 record this past week. The B team got things rolling in Monday night with a 40-7 thrashing of the Bullock Creek Lancers. All ten players scored in the game, including 6 from Henry Boehler and 6 from Lorenzo Diaz. The A team kept the momentum going in the nightcap beating Bullock Creek 42-8. Keller Bedford had a game high 14 points with Gavin Charboneau, Aiden Maxwell, and Ashton Simmons all had six. The A team traveled to Standish on Wednesday night and came away with a 53-24 win. Cooper Habina led the way with 13 points, while Aiden Maxwell had 11 and Landen Whelton 9. Great job guys and good luck down the homestretch.
8 days ago, Lori Hayes
Swan Valley School District Non-Homestead Millage Renewal
9 days ago, Shelley Hanson
Middle School Remake I'm Worth It Campaign
Throwback Thursday: Candids from the 90's
9 days ago, Mr. Blower
Throwback Thursday
Swan Valley School District Non-Homestead Millage Renewal
11 days ago, Shelley Hanson
KDG I'm Worth It Campaign
Shout out to 7th grader Logun Abram, he earned his Black Belt in Taekwondo on Sunday Feb. 11, 2024. He had to run 2 miles in less than19 minutes, do 50 push-ups, climb a rope up and down twice, wall sits for 2 minutes, isometrics for 2 minutes. Spar 1 on 1, Pankration, and then Spar 2 Black Belts against him. He broke 4 adult boards with a flying side kick and broke 2 adult boards with a knife strike with his hand. He had to know multiple kicking, punching, and self defense techniques. He also had to memorize over 50 korean words, and the Taekwondo Creed. It was a grueling 5+ hour long test. Only Only 2% of students who start as a white belt, will become a Black Belt.
11 days ago, Lori Hayes
Correction to the Announcements...... Count Day is Wednesday, February 14th, not the 15th as stated in the Smore.
12 days ago, Kelly Kenel
https://www.smore.com/1m2zq Please take a minute to read our weekly announcements.
12 days ago, Kelly Kenel
Swan Valley School District Non-Homestead Millage Renewal
13 days ago, Shelley Hanson
0 Cents a Day
The 7th Grade Viking Boys Basketball teams were back in action this week against Alma and Ithaca. The B team started the week off with a thrilling game that saw Jameson Malacos hit a game-tying buzzer beater to force overtime. Unfortunately, the Panthers outlasted the Viking B team 39-38. The Viking B team was led by Colten Ray who recorded a Double- Double with 17 pts and 11 rebs. The Viking A team was tested by the Alma A team, but prevailed 41-38 in part to Sawyer Murphy's 19 pts and 14 rebounds. Mason Wilson also played a pivotal role with stellar defense and 6 clutch points which propelled the Viking A team to victory. On Wednesday, the YellowJackets of Ithaca came to SVMS and were stymied by the both 7th Grade Viking teams. The B team won 40-24 thanks in part to a three- headed monster- Carmelo Casas, Ryder Root, and Maurice Villegas who all scored around 10 points. This improved the B team to 3-2 on the season. The Viking A team dominated from start to finish 54-31, they were led by Matthew Moeller who had 20 pts and 18 rebounds and Griffin Beougher who led the point exquisitely. The win moved the Viking A team to 7-1 on the season. Also a huge thanks to our 30 6th graders who participated in 6th Grade Boys Basketball Night. The event was a huge success as the young boys went through drills, scrimmages, and games with support from our older players in the program. After playing, all of them were given complimentary pizza/soda and were able to support our Viking 7th grade teams for free. Go Vikings!
15 days ago, Lori Hayes
Middle BPA - one week before their BPA State Competition.
15 days ago, Mr. Blower
Throwback Thursday: SV Staff
16 days ago, Mr. Blower
Throwback Thursday