High School Headlines

  • Vietnam,Cambodia,Thailand 2021

    EF is giving a $200 discount to any student who enrolls before December 20. Previous travelers get an additional $100 discount for a total of $300 off. See Mrs. Andreucci or Mrs. Kozel for more info.

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  • Winter Theme Week

    Next week SGA is sponsoring a Winter Theme week with theme days. Monday is Merry Morning Monday, wear you most comfortable clothes to school (pajamas, sweats..) Tuesday is the Ugly Holiday Outfit, wear the most tackiest holiday clothes you can find. Wednesday is Winter White Wednesday, dress in all white for the winter, Thursday is Comfy Blanket and Hot Chocolate, bring a blanket for school and buy and hot chocolate in the pond lobby before school for a$1 (all money will be donated to the Children Miracle Network. Friday is Flannel Friday, wear the most comfortable Flannel for the last day of 2019. Hope you all enjoy this comfortable week.

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  • Winner of the Adoption Month SPIRIT raffle!

    SPIRIT Council would like to thank everyone who donated to the Paper Hearts Project to support a local adoption agency, Adoptions from the Heart, last month, which was National Adoption Awareness Month! The winner of the raffle is Nick Brogle! Please see Ms. Sams or Ms. Maynard to receive your gift card. Congratulations!

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  • Course Registration for Next School Year

    It is time for students to start thinking about courses for next year. The counselors will be in English classes on January 6th and January 29th to begin the process. Students will have a week after the day the counselor is in their class to complete their registration. An email will be sent later this week with more information.

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  • Library Emoji Book Title Contest for the Holidays!

    How well do you know your emojis? Test your skills in the library and enter to win a prize! Match each of the fourteen books displayed in the library to the EMOJI adaptation of the title located on the library’s bulletin board and display case. Three winners will be chosen randomly from all correct entry forms on December 19th. Winners will receive a book. One lucky winner will also receive a gift card! Good luck!

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  • Kajeet SmartSpot

    Attention students: Ever find yourself trying to do homework without Wi-Fi? If so, come check out a Kajeet SmartSpot from the SVHS Library. No more late projects or traveling around to find free Wi-Fi. You can have Internet access when you need it, convenient and ready to use. See Ms. Sams in the SVHS Library for more information.

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  • Student Parking Permits Available

    All drivers. If you have not registered your vehicle, please be sure to do so by September 15th.

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  • Keystone Exam Interpretation Guides

    The Keystone Exams are end-of-course assessments designed to assess proficiency in three subjects: Algebra I, Literature and Biology.

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High School Academic Headlines

  • Future Ready PA Index

    PA Department of Education created a tool to increase transparency around school and student group performance – it features a dashboard approach to present data and information.

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  • Statewide Keystone Graduation Requirements

    Senate Bill 1095, which was signed into law by Governor Tom Wolf on October 24, 2018, shifts Pennsylvania’s reliance on high stakes testing as a graduation requirement to provide alternatives for high school students to demonstrate readiness for postsecondary success. The statewide graduation requirement takes effect for the graduating class of 2022.

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  • AP® Computer Science Female Diversity Award

    College Board’s AP® Computer Science Female Diversity Award recognizes schools that are closing the gender gap and engaging more female students in computer science coursework. Out of more than 18,000 secondary schools worldwide that offer AP courses, only 685 have achieved this important result.

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  • AP District Honor Roll

    The AP District Honor Roll recognizes school districts committed to increasing access to AP for underrepresented students while simultaneously maintaining or increasing the percentage of students earning AP Exam scores of 3 or higher. AP District Honor Roll recipients are committed to expanding the availability of AP courses among prepared and motivated students of all backgrounds. Saucon Valley High School has received this award in 2018 and 2019.

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  • U.S. News Best High Schools

    The U.S. News Best High Schools rankings include data on more than 23,000 public high schools in 50 states and the District of Columbia. More than 17,000 schools were ranked on six factors based on their performance on state assessments and how well they prepare students for college.

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District News

  • Community Outreach Meeting - December 10, 2019

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  • Click here to see the 2018-19 Safe Schools Report

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  • Telephone System Issues

    We have been experiencing some issues with our telephone system, if you are having trouble reaching someone by phone please send the individual an email.

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  • 2019-20 New Student Registration

    Online registration for new students entering grades K-12 is now open. For details about the registration process, click on Our District and then click Registration.

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  • 2019-2022 Comprehensive District Level Plan

    Following seven months of meetings, discussions, and action planning on the part of the Comprehensive Planning Committee, the 2019-2022 Comprehensive District Level Plan is ready for public review. Please click the title above for the link to the Comprehensive Plan. This document outlines our mission, vision, shared values, and action/implementation steps for the next three years. We are excited to present the Plan to the Saucon Valley community and encourage you to review the Plan at your leisure and provide feedback to Assistant Superintendent, Dr. Kristine Rosenberger at kristine.rosenberger@svpanthers.org or Superintedent, Dr. Craig Butler at craig.butler@svpanthers.org

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  • Mathematical Pathways at Saucon Valley Middle School

    The Saucon Valley School District is dedicated to an effective process for placing students on the appropriate trajectory for mathematics instruction through the middle school level. To this end, the Math Curriculum Renewal Team has created a process to ensure all students will master key concepts and practices in order to develop and utilize their mathematical competence during their middle school years. Click on the red headline above to access further information.

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  • SafeSchools Alert System

    Safety is one of our district’s top priorities and to help safeguard our school community, we’ve taken an important step! The SVSD community now utilizes SafeSchools Alert, a tip reporting service that allows students, staff, and parents to submit safety concerns to our administration four different ways: Phone, Text, Email or Website. You and your child can easily report tips on bullying, harassment, drugs, vandalism or any safety issue you're concerned about. Every tip SafeSchools Alert receives about our district is immediately logged in the system and our administration is notified so that they can investigate and take appropriate action. Tips may also be submitted anonymously. Click the red headline above for info on accessing it.

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  • Responding to Potential Bullying Incidents

    District protocol dictates that when incidents of bullying, name calling and insensitive remarks are reported to administration, they are investigated and handled as the specific situation dictates. In response to such incidents over the past several years, administrators have spoken with all students involved, parents and teachers and have then met with students and others as appropriate to discuss the behavior and consequences. Often counselors are involved as well to process through the situation with the students and to educate the students about the hurtfulness of their words. Additionally, there have been situations where the counselors have delivered classroom lessons and/or have met with small groups of students.

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  • Our District Commitment to a Positive School Culture

    The Saucon Valley School Directors and Administration are committed to working with our community to ensure that our schools are places of acceptance and inclusion. We believe that every student needs to feel welcome and part of our district. We will be developing a plan with all stakeholders that will address the concerns that have been raised in the past months. Students, parents, staff, school directors and community members are integral to making this commitment a success. We believe that our efforts will reflect the true spirit of our community as we move our district to be a place where all our students are valued for their unique contribution to our schools.

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  • Field Trip/Event Parent Volunteer Clearances Needed

    Persons without clearances will be unable to participate in chaperoning any activity or volunteering in the classroom. Clearances are required to ensure the safety of all students. All K-12 Parents/Adults that participate with classes/sports teams/groups for field trips/competitions/trips that leave school grounds will need the following current clearances: (1) FBI Federal Criminal History Record, (2) PA State Police Request for Criminal Record Check, and (3) PA Child Abuse. In addition a Volunteer Certification form will be needed. If you can check off the two boxes on the form you will NOT need to complete the FBI Fingerprint Criminal History Record Check. *You can find the clearances under the employment section of our website.

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