In Memory Of Bud Risner
The USV Athletic Boosters are selling Bud # 1 Fan T-Shirts, If you would like to purchase one they are $5 and due Dec 17.  Please fill out this form and return to the office along with your payment.  Please wear them to the game on Dec. 20.  
21st Century Program
The 21st Century Program will continue after Christmas Break and start Session II on January 7.
The 21st Century Program will continued to be offered in the mornings and evenings.
*Program times in the mornings are during Zero Period (8:05-8:50)
Mondays and Tuesdays will offer a Career Prep class
Wednesdays and Thursdays will offer Credit Recovery, ASVAB Prep, and ACT Prep – through Plato
Fridays will offer a sports, health, and nutrition component in the Field House
*Program times for the After School are 3:10-4:40 – Snack 3:10-3:20
Mondays and Tuesdays will offer Credit Recovery, ASVAB Prep, and ACT Prep – through Plato
Wednesdays will offer Math tutoring and Homework Help
Thursdays will offer Reading/English tutoring and Homework Help
Session II – January 7 to April 17 (67 days)
Session II will also include Field Trips – During and After School
We are offering $100 incentives and a trip to Cedar Point for students who meet attendance and performance goals.
If you have questions, there will be an Orientation Monday January 12 at 3pm in the Cafeteria with Mr. Huber the Coordinator or you can call the school and speak with Mr. Huber.
Christmas Program
On Wednesday December 17 at 7 pm, the 3rd, 4th and 5th Grade classes will be presenting their annual Holiday Concert. Each class will be performing songs from the Holidays, but like you’ve never heard before. This performance is MANDATORY for all 3,4,5 students to attend and perform in.   We will also be doing a Dress Rehearsal on TUESDAY DECEMBER 16 starting around 9:15 am.  If you are unable to attend the evening performance, we would love for you to attend the morning dress rehearsal. 
Winter Sport Pictures
Pictures for the winter sports will be Wednesday, November 19th.  Click here for more information. 
Veteran's Day
On Tuesday, November 11, the Upper Scioto Valley students, faculty and staff joined together to honor their community veterans. Local veterans were treated to a breakfast of biscuits and gravy, scrambled eggs, bacon and fried apples donated by the 235 Grill of Alger in conjunction with an anonymous donation from the community. Students in the elementary classes of Mrs. Beard, Mrs. Clum, Mrs. Lowery, Mrs. Marshall, Mrs. Vanhoose, and Mrs. Wilcox made placemats, decorations, a thank you banner as well as individual flag-shaped thank you cards for the veterans. The National Honor Society members also made flag lapel pins as appreciation gifts for the veterans. Following breakfast, there was a school-wide assembly which included musical selections by the USV 7-12 band, original poetry by 8th grader Shyanne Howard and patriotic essays delivered by seniors Spencer Holbrook and Alexis Jordan. The faculty address was given by Ben Kretz, a first year teacher at USV who has grown up a in a military family. Mr. Kretz told about the life of Freddie Knowller, an Austrian Jew who were living in Belgium during WWII. Knowller and his brother had each escaped the Nazis, Freddie fleeing to France and joining the French Resistance while his brother was able to flee to the U.S. where he enlisted in the United States Army. Freddie was caught in France, arrested and sent to Auschwitz where he remained for nearly two years to endure the horrors of the concentration camp until the liberation. When the U.S. Army reached Auschwitz, Freddie said a uniformed American soldier “was the most beautiful thing he had ever seen.” For in Freddie’s eyes, the uniform of the U.S. Army signified hope, freedom, and a new beginning. Mr. Kretz explained that often Americans forget and take for granted our freedom. We must remember that the sacrifices of our soldiers and veterans guarantee that we experience the beauties of freedom. Mr. Kretz concluded by reminding the students that though one can agree or disagree with the war, we must always support the soldiers and veterans. Each veteran in attendance was individually recognized for their service, as well as those actively serving, and a moment of silence was held before junior Crystal Brown played “Taps”. The assembly ended with the USV band playing “God Bless America” and blessed were we all to be in the company of such fine men and women.  
October Newsletter
Keep up to date on what is going on at USV by reading the latest newsletter.  Here is the latest Newsletter. 
Active Parenting Now Program
The Hardin County YMCA will be bringing the acclaimed Active Parenting Now in 3 program to Hardin County.  For more information about this program please click here. 
Red Ribbon Week
Next week October 27th thru the 31st we will be celebrating red ribbon drug free week the week will go as follows:

Monday - team up against drugs, wear your favorite team gear.
Tuesday - we rock without drugs dress like your favorite pop star.
Wednesday- dress for success wear your nicest outfits , ties, dresses, etc.
Thursday - Scare away drugs wear your Halloween costumes, no masks please.
Friday - Ram out drugs wear school spirit clothing.

We will kick the week off Monday by having Arron Mathews from 93.1 ESPN radio doing our morning announcements and encouraging all students to lead a drug free life . On Friday the 31st Bob Carder will be here at ram time to address the high school on his battle with alcoholism and why its important to stay drug free. We will be handing out bracelets to all students and also ribbons to the younger students.
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