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S.T.O.M.P. team members (front row) Nicole Mikov, Rachel Breakie, Grace Betances, Shaine Price; (middle row) Grace Lawrence, Annika Cambigue, Devaney Ross; and (back row) Kobe Wilkins, Ally McCoy, Ayden McCoy, Deejion Jackson-Cook and Max Shull promote school spirit in the SVA hallways.

Spring Valley Academy Students 'Stomp' School Spirit

Story by Vicki Swetnam

Spring Valley Academy (SVA) is proud to announce “S.T.O.M.P.” (Stand Together On Mutual Pride), a new high school club that promotes school spirit. Twelve students came together with a desire to encourage and foster more school spirit among the student body.

Under the direction of registrar Kathy Burns, they organized and designed their own T-shirts and even traveled to an away varsity basketball game where they displayed their support in cheering alongside the SVA varsity cheerleaders.

Junior Max Shull shares, “One of the most important things in every high school is positive school spirit. Our entire mission in the S.T.O.M.P. club is centered on just that!” One thing is certain: Though they may be few, they are fierce in enthusiasm and spirit!

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