A Project for Better Journalism chapter

Humans of Spring Valley

Humans of Spring Valley is inspired by The New York Times reporting series, Humans of New York, which features interviews with everyday people living in New York City. Humans of Spring Valley aims to chronicle the daily lives, accomplishments and struggles of the Spring Valley High School community.

Jevon Ross

March 27, 2017 7:38pm | Staff

“I’m excited to watch my favorite team The Raiders play. They’re probably going to be a big deal here and I’m excited for all the other NFL teams to come. ” – Jevon Ross

Erick Mendoza

March 23, 2017 7:33pm | Staff

“Wealth comes from the mind not the pocket.” – Erick Mendoza

Ivana Parong

December 16, 2016 4:54pm | Staff

“During a rainy day in school, the fake Uncle of my baby egg asked if he could hold her. As he took her little blanket out I instantly took her back and said “She’s gonna get cold!”. Then I got shook from a voice beside […]

Zyrah Quito

December 16, 2016 4:53pm | Staff

“It’s required to smile in crossfit because Coach Oliver says so.” —Zyrah Quito

Ryan Hines

December 16, 2016 4:52pm | Staff

“Day 1 after the unit 2 test; only 28 more corrections to go.” — Ryan Hines

Sophia Popal

November 3, 2016 3:12pm | Staff

“I was born in Queens, New York. When I was 3, I came to Las vegas Nevada with my family. After 6 years I moved to Kabul Afghanistan for 4 years which is not a place for anyone to be living because of all the […]

Derick Nguyen

November 3, 2016 3:09pm | Staff

“Thinking creative can mean thinking irrationally. Pretend you’re an asylum patient and think outside the box that keeps you in.” -Derick Nguyen

Maryann Landkamer

November 3, 2016 3:06pm | Staff

“Completing life goals one stitch at a time.” -Maryann Landkamer

Jontay Wright

October 25, 2016 2:18pm | Staff

  “People say I look like Bryson Tiller cause of my looks, my beard, and my hat. And you know I got the vocals too. My style is like his, I even won the Bryson Tiller award at camp last summer.” — Jontay Wright

Royshell Reyes

October 25, 2016 2:17pm | Staff

  “I was standing in line at Gelato, an ice cream place, and a random lady came up to me in line and she was like ‘are you Samoan?’ And I was like ‘yeah’ and she started talking to me in Samoan. She was like […]