Nominations for 2014 Shenandoah Valley Athletic Hall of Fame are now being accepted. Nominating forms are available on the Athletics page or by visiting the Shenandoah Valley athletic office. The deadline for receipt of nominations is March 31st, 2014.
Shenandoah Valley Faculty vs Harlem Clowns Basketball Game Due to a family emergency with Showboat Robinson, the Harlem Clowns vs. members of the Shenandoah Valley faculty basketball game scheduled for 3/15 has been canceled. Anyone who purchased a ticket should see Mr. Brennan for a refund
Shenandoah Valley Bloodmobile
A a recent meeting of the Shenandoah Valley Student Council, their Advisor Mr. Anthony Ptyko read a letter he had received from the Miller Keystone Blood Center informing him of a drastic shortage of blood in our area. Currently the SV Student Council does sponsor two drives to benefit the American Red Cross, but the students felt the need to help and they suggested having another drive, this one to assist Miller Keystone Blood Center. With the permission of the school’s administration Mr. Pytko contacted Miller Keystone and they set a goal of 22 donors. A preregistration was held and 38 faculty and students responded. At the end of the drive the organization left with blood from 23 donors. Those who were rejected were suffering from illness, overseas travel, recent tattoos or were below the 110 lbs limit. The majority of the students were first time donors.
Shown in the photo seated are student blood donors Alexus Grady & Shai Abrachinsky. Standing representatives of the Miller Keystone Blood Center Nan Parks & Marie Damato, Student Council students who assisted with the bloodmobile, Karen Arias, Kehley Taylor, Tabitha Collins, and Student Council Advisor Anthony Pytko.
Shenandoah Valley Drama Club to Perform “The Producers”
The Shenandoah Valley Drama Club is proud to announce this year’s spring musical: Mel Brooks’ “The Producers” The production will run April 25-27 in the Shenandoah Valley High School Auditorium. The announcement was made by SV Drama Club advisors Mr. Dane Rooney & Ms. Wendy Frew. Rooney is also the production’s director / choreographer and Frey is the assistant director / vocal coach.
Set in 1950s New York City, “The Producers” is a musical comedy about a Broadway producer & an accountant who discover that they could make more money if their show is a flop instead of a hit. In true Mel Brooks’s fashion, the story unfolds in a burst of hilarity as their flop-of-a-production opens on Broadway. With a host of students who have experience from prior musicals - some of which have received Sovereign Majestic Awards, and nominations, and a total cast of 55 students, no one will want to miss the SV production of “The Producers”.