Midland Valley High School's Class of 2020 will graduate on Thursday, June 4, at 10:00 a.m. in our own football stadium. To protect the safety of our students, staff members and families amid COVID-19 concerns, graduates will receive just two tickets to the ceremony and strict social distancing protocols will be in place. In an effort to accomodate the numerous family members and friends who are eager to witness our students graduate, ceremonies will be live-streamed and available live and anytime after the live-stream right here on our website. We appreciate your cooperation, in advance, as we do our very best to celebrate the Class of 2020 and honor them during these challenging times.
To view our ceremony, simply click on the words "MVHS Graduation."
Important Announcements May 2020
Senior Awards Day Video
Thank you to Mrs Mackie for creating this video! Please click HERE to check out the Senior Tribute Section of our website.
Locks, Lockers, Textbooks, Library books, Calculator, NJ uniforms, and Packet #3 drop off
Attention MVHS students on Wednesday, May 27th from 10 - 7 pm. Thursday, May 28th from 2-6 pm, and Friday, May 29th 10-2 pm - students and parents will be able to drop off student packets via the student car line (next to the baseball and softball fields) or if needed enter into the school to complete the following end of year actions: Turn in locks, empty your locker or PE locker, turn in textbooks, NJ uniforms, library books, and calculators.
If you are entering into the school please make sure you follow these steps:
- Please park in the one of back parking lots next to the baseball field.
- Form a line outside Ms. Proctor’s mobile unit (#5). You must maintain social distancing.
- Before you enter into the building you must check in with Ms. Proctor for locker information
- Once in the school you will need to be quick. If needed, there will be teachers in the hallway assisting you and making sure that social distancing guidelines are being followed.
- Once you have cleaned out your locker please take all of your books to the bookroom (Mr. D will be there and he will scan your books in).
- Make sure you check out with Ms. Proctor before you leave.
- We are only allowing 50 students into the building at a time, so please be patient if you are asked to wait outside.
If you do not have to enter the building, please follow these steps:
- Please go to the student car line (by the baseball and softball fields) and form a single file line and pull up to the awning.
- Stay in your vehicle and a teacher will come to your car and collecting your packet(s) and any materials you are turning in. Materials needed to be turned before the end of the school year: Textbooks, library books, calculators, and NJ Uniforms.
When turning in packet #3 work – please adhere to the following directions:
- Write your first and last name and your teacher name on the front of EACH subject packet.
- Separate and staple or paperclip EACH subject packet.
- Please place all packets in a folder or large envelope.
Additional information about turning in packet #3
- Parents/students may submit documents via email. If assignments have been completed on hardcopy, you may take pictures of assignments and submit them via email. You can also submit assignments through Schoology.
- Contact your student’s teacher if you require additional help or information.
Lastly, underclassmen yearbook information will be sent out Wednesday, May 27th – please be on the lookout for that information
5/20/20 Yearbooks will continue to be sold online until May 26th at www.yearbookforever.com. Extra yearbooks WILL NOT be sold at school. Seniors who ordered yearbooks will get them at the drive through event on Thursday (5/28) at 10 am and Underclass orders can be picked up on Thursday at (5/28) from 2-6 in the car line where packets are dropped off. The only other day to pick up a yearbook will be Monday (6/1) 11:00 to 12:30 in the Art Room-use the outside entrance.Students: Remember to check your Office 365 email regularly. Grades are updated via Powerschool.Students and Parents: You may check with your school counselor or media specialist for Powerschool login information.
5/5/2020 Online Payments: Club Organizations, Honor Stoles, Cords, etc. -- Some students may be contacted by club sponsors and honor societies or other organizations to pay for certain items at this time. In these cases, parents will go to the school district (E funds) online payment center and enter all payments in section for “Clubs and Organizations”. Please be sure to indicate in the Comments section what that payment is for so it is properly credited to the student. You will need to create an account if you have not used this system before.cc
4/29/2020 A message to 10th and 11th graders - Click this link for information on the Teacher Cadet Course for next year: MVHS Teacher Cadet Program.
Counseling Support -
Aiken Barnwell Mental Health support line - 1-833-374-2274 (open 24 hours, 7 days a week)
MVHS Counseling Department - Office Hours: Weekdays 9am-11am and 1pm-3pm
Please contact us as needed. (Email, Voice Calls, or Text Messages)
Kim Ryans Last names: A — C email@example.com 803-716-9910
Brittany Ladson Last names: D — K firstname.lastname@example.org 803-426-4405
Brooke Gilmer Last names: L — Q email@example.com 803-474-4376
Amy Moak Last names: R — Z firstname.lastname@example.org 803-426-9015
Jessica Thomas 9th grade (all students) email@example.com 803-474-8725
Midland Valley High School promotes academic success, respect, lifelong learning, & citizenship.
Midland Valley's Early College program: Start here, go anywhere!
Early College allows students to earn college credit starting the summer after 9th grade and graduate with an associate's degree and a SC diploma. Click HERE for more information.
There is a direct link between high student achievement and attendance. At MVHS, we encourage all students to come to school every day. For more information on attendance law and truancy click: HERE
Click here for a message from Principal Carl White concerning attendance: Unexcused Absences 10+ Days
Click HERE for the Bell Schedules.
Click HERE for Dual Enrollment information for rising Seniors!
Click HERE for Midland Valley High School Real Talk Newscast! (Ms. MacKie's class)
The ILT "Mustang Hour" Program provides opportunities for students to attend clubs, go to tutoring, complete make up work and engage in test-prep activities for WIN, ACT, etc. Click HERE for Student Expectations.
Transcripts or graduation verifications, click here: TRANSCRIPTS
ONLINE PAYMENTS: Club Organizations, Honor Stoles, Cords, etc. -- Some students may be contacted by club sponsors and honor societies or other organizations to pay for certain items at this time. In these cases, parents will go to the school district (E funds) online payment center and enter all payments in section for “Clubs and Organizations”. Please be sure to indicate in the Comments section what that payment is for so it is properly credited to the student. Click HERE to create an account if you have not used this system before.
SRP FEDERAL CREDIT UNION - HIGH SCHOOL AFFINITY DEBIT CARD PROGRAM
SRP Federal Credit Union wants you to know that we are all in this together. Even though our schools have been closed, their High School Affinity Debit Card program continues to run and helps us earn money for our school. You can learn more about this wonderful program at www.srpfcu.org/AffinityCards. Get your Midland Valley High School debit card from SRP!
Michelle B. Kennedy Appointed A.L. Corbett Middle School Principal for the Upcoming 2020-21 School Year
While she began the 2019-20 school year as an assistant principal at A.L. Corbett Middle School, when Ms. Kennedy was offered an expanded leadership role as the school’s interim principal she jumped at the opportunity and never looked back.
Wagener-Salley High School welcomes this award-winning teacher, assistant principal and instructional leader.
Casey Rogers has poured his heart and creativity into the students, faculty and staff at Langley-Bath-Clearwater (LBC) Middle School as a teacher and assistant principal over the last four years. He will continue in a new role as the school’s principal during the 2020-21 school year.
The current Principal of Belvedere Elementary School will begin his new role in July, and have the opportunity to provide support and guidance to many more educators.
Attributes of Premier Students
For a closer look at the Attributes of Premier students in Aiken County Public Schools, click on the words "Attributes of Premier Students," or simply look around your school as we're sharing these attributes in a big way and posters and banners are everywhere!