7th grade boys basketball team took 2nd in the Modoc Tournament!
Way to go boys!🏀
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7th grade boys won both games today and play for 1st tomorrow vs. Fall River.
Game time is 2PM at the Modoc High Gym
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SVE 7th Boys basketball team heads to the Modoc Tournament. They play today 2/16 at 1PM at the Modoc HS gym. Good Luck Boys! ... See MoreSee Less

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HOMECOMING Game tonight 2/16 at 5PM. Come watch the Lady Hornets take on the Lady Lumberjacks!
Booster Snack Shack will have a Homecoming special - hamburger, chips and drink for $5 - and a lot of other great food.
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Winter Landscape in watercolors- SVE art elective ... See MoreSee Less

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Surprise Valley Elementary School shared Surprise Valley High School's album. ... See MoreSee Less

Becoming a host family is a chance for your family to make the world your home. This is a chance to share your story, your traditions, and your customs while learning about others. Your ordinary life is extraordinary to an exchange student. You are an ambassador just being yourself.Change the course of an individual life. Enable us to be citizens of one world. Above all, hosting an exchange student is a fun experience that energizes your family and gives you a more global perspective without you having to leave Here are photos of Surprise Valley families who have hosted students: -Here are the Linker family children with their host brother, Derk, from Germany. (Clockwise from top left: Miranda, Levi, Henny, Derk, and Hank.) - Exchange student Wan, from Thailand, with her hosts, the Schulz family. (Pictured from left: Wan, Nathaniel, Maya, David and Tanya.) -Exchange student Ida, from Denmark, with her host parents, Joyce and Terry Miller. For more information, please contact Hannah Curcio @ hcurcio@svjusd.org

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Interested in Hosting a Foreign Exchange Student for the 2018-19 School Year? Planning time is already upon us!

Becoming a host family is a chance for your family to make the world your home.

This is a chance to share your story, your traditions, and your customs while learning about others.
Your ordinary life is extraordinary to an exchange student.
You are an ambassador just being yourself.Change the course of an individual life.
Enable us to be citizens of one world.
Above all, hosting an exchange student is a fun experience that energizes your family and gives you a more global perspective without you having to leave

Here are photos of Surprise Valley families who have hosted students from left to right:

- Exchange student Wan, from Thailand, with her hosts, the Schulz family. (Pictured from left: Wan, Nathaniel, Maya, David and Tanya.)

-Exchange student Ida, from Denmark, with her host parents, Joyce and Terry Miller.

-Exchange student Derk, from Germany. Host family Linkers.

For more information, please contact Hannah Curcio @ hcurcio@svjusd.org
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JOB ANNOUNCEMENT

Surprise Valley Joint Unified School District has an opening for a substitute Instructional Aide (called on an as needed basis).

Education/Experience/Training:
Completed at least two years of study at the institution of higher education, or obtained an associate's (or higher) degree, or met a rigorous standard of quality and can demonstrate, through a formal state or local academic assessment – knowledge of, and the ability to assist in instruction reading, writing and mathematics (or readiness in those subject areas.

Must have TB clearance and fingerprint clearance prior to employment.

To request an application, please call the District office at (530) 279-6141 x 122.
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Winter theme artwork by the 4th-7th Art Elective ... See MoreSee Less

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We are still experiencing phone problems. I've been told if you know what extension you need, you can get through. High school secretary Cathy Laxague's extension is 122. Elementary school secretary Meranda Carpenter's extension is 221. Or you can email Meranda at mcarpenter@svjusd.org. Sorry for the inconvenience. ... See MoreSee Less

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Homecoming starts in 7 minutes! ... See MoreSee Less

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HOMECOMING Game tonight 2/16 5PM. Lady Hornets take on the Lady Lumberjacks. Come cheer them on!!
Booster Snack Shack has a Homecoming special - hamburger, chips and drink for $5 - as well as lots of other great food.
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SVHS Homecoming 2018!

Tomorrow at 5:00 the Hornet Girls will take on the Hayfork Lumberjacks. Come support our team and stick around for the Homecoming festivities! There will be a baked goods auction and the 2018 Queen will be crowned. The kids have worked hard to get ready so please come out to support them and have a good time.
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Look at these goodies that will be auctioned off during half time and after the game! ... See MoreSee Less

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Lady Hornets Basketball at 5:00 pm. There will be a baked good auction featuring a special cake donated by The Country Hearth. Come support our athletes and our seniors! ... See MoreSee Less

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Becoming a host family is a chance for your family to make the world your home.

This is a chance to share your story, your traditions, and your customs while learning about others.
Your ordinary life is extraordinary to an exchange student.

You are an ambassador just being yourself.Change the course of an individual life.

Enable us to be citizens of one world.

Above all, hosting an exchange student is a fun experience that energizes your family and gives you a more global perspective without you having to leave

Here are photos of Surprise Valley families who have hosted students:

-Here are the Linker family children with their host brother, Derk, from Germany. (Clockwise from top left: Miranda, Levi, Henny, Derk, and Hank.)

- Exchange student Wan, from Thailand, with her hosts, the Schulz family. (Pictured from left: Wan, Nathaniel, Maya, David and Tanya.)

-Exchange student Ida, from Denmark, with her host parents, Joyce and Terry Miller.

For more information, please contact Hannah Curcio @ hcurcio@svjusd.org
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Becoming a host family is a chance for your family to make the world your home. This is a chance to share your story, your traditions, and your customs while learning about others. Your ordinary life is extraordinary to an exchange student. You are an ambassador just being yourself.Change the course of an individual life. Enable us to be citizens of one world. Above all, hosting an exchange student is a fun experience that energizes your family and gives you a more global perspective without you having to leave Here are photos of Surprise Valley families who have hosted students: -Here are the Linker family children with their host brother, Derk, from Germany. (Clockwise from top left: Miranda, Levi, Henny, Derk, and Hank.) - Exchange student Wan, from Thailand, with her hosts, the Schulz family. (Pictured from left: Wan, Nathaniel, Maya, David and Tanya.) -Exchange student Ida, from Denmark, with her host parents, Joyce and Terry Miller. For more information, please contact Hannah Curcio @ hcurcio@svjusd.org

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Hey Surprise Valley! Missed tonight's home game? Never fear! We have another home game Thursday at 5PM vs. Big Valley. Come out and support our Lady Hornets! The senior class will be auctioning off delicious goodies at half time and after the game as well. See you there! ... See MoreSee Less

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Girls game vs. Butts Valley going on now. ... See MoreSee Less

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Home basketball game for the Lady Hornets tonight 1/30 at 5PM vs. Butte Valley ... See MoreSee Less

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Basketball team went for a run today! ... See MoreSee Less

SV run!!!!!!

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