August 26, 2018 Volume I, Edition 3
Aug 29 Outdoor Ed Camp Counselors Info Meeting (see full details in the College Career section), 3:30-5:00pm, Rancho Romero Elementary, Rm. 15
Aug 31 Early dismissal at 12:35pm ( Early Release Schedule )
Aug 31 All schedule changes due to Counseling Office
Sep 3 NO SCHOOL - Labor Day Holiday
Sep 7 SENIORS: Hurricane Harbor (formerly Waterworld), Check your LoopMail for details
Sep 8 JUNIORS: Combo SAT/ACT practice test, 9:00am-1:30pm, Commons. Hosted by Academic Boosters, Pre-Registration Required  
Sep 8 Wolf Tones Car Wash
Sep 11 Breaking Down The Walls Assembly
Sep 12-13 Breaking Down The Walls Breakouts
Sep 12 Out-of-State College Fair, periods 3, 4 & Lunch, Library
Sep 12 PTSA Parent Ed: Teens & Tech, 7 :00-8:30pm, Library
Sep 13 PTSA Meeting, 6:30-8:30pm, Library
Sep 14 Student Club Fair during Lunch, Main Gym
Sep 17 SENIORS: Senior Essay Writing Workshop for College Apps, hosted by Academic Boosters, 6:00-8:00pm, D101, Pre-Registration Required
Sep 18 Intro to Testing Seminar, hosted by Academic Boosters, 3:30-5:30pm, D101
Sep 19 PTSA Brown Bag Lunch: Teens & Tech (same as evening presentation), 11:30am-12:30pm.
Oct 8-13 Homecoming Week
Oct 13-14 SRVEF Run for Education Sign up to volunteer, walk, run or be a virtual runner for SRV & show your Wolf Pack pride!
ON DECK IN ATHLETICS
Football
  • Aug 30 Frosh v. Archbishop Riordan, 5:30pm @ SRVHS
  • Aug 30 JV v. Archbishop Riordan, TBA @ Archbishop Riordan (map)
  • Sep 1 Varsity v. Archbishop Riordan, TBA @ Archbishop Riordan (map)

Women's Volleyball (games: Fr 4:00pm, JV 5:00pm, Var 6:00pm)
  • Aug 28 SRV v. Carondelet @ Carondelet (map)
  • Aug 30 SRV v. Amador Valley @ SRV

Women's Tennis
  • Aug 28 SRV v. Miramonte (Varsity @ SRV, 3:30pm /JV @ Miramonte, 4:00pm) (map)
  • Aug 30 SRV v. DVHS (Varsity @ SRV, 4:00pm /JV @ DVHS, 4:00pm)

Women's Basketball
  • Aug 29 Girls Basketball 2018/19 Overview meeting at 8:30-8:50am, Main Gym.
Anyone interested in playing should be in attendance.
PRINCIPAL'S MESSAGE
Jason Krolikowski
FOLLOW MR. K on TWITTER for SRV News and Updates: https://www.Twitter.com/mrk_srvhs
PTSA PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE
Marilyn Lucey
PTSA MEMBERSHIP — Goal: 2,000 Members
Calling all SRVHS parents, teachers, & staff! Please support our SRV students by becoming a PTSA member. We’re only 50 away from our goal of 2,000 members!! Click here (or on the button at the end of this article!) to join online today.

An SRV PTSA membership alone empowers us to advocate for the good of all our kids - on campus and elsewhere. It also comes with perks:
1) Teacher, counselor, and nurse PTSA members are eligible for SRVHS PTSA and California PTA grants
2) Graduating student members are eligible for high school scholarships from SRVHS PTSA, San Ramon Valley Council of PTAs, Thirty Second District (Contra Costa County) PTA, California State PTA, and National PTA.
3) Parent members who volunteer are also eligible for Continuing Education grants.
4) All student members are eligible to serve on the PTSA board and are encouraged to be part of making decisions about who represents their interests on our committees!

Too good to pass up! Join today!
NEW THIS YEAR — Look for the  Wolf Pack Weekly  in your email on Sunday evenings. 

The Wolf Pack Weekly is a digital newsletter produced by SRVHS PTSA. Our goal is to provide information to our SRV community in an organized, consistent, and comprehensive manner. The Wolf Pack Weekly includes ALL school news, important dates, upcoming school events, booster group updates, and class announcements. Wolf Pack Weekly newsletters will be archived on the SRVHS website. CLICK HERE to read past newsletters.

You can also get SRVHS news on:
OFFICE ANNOUNCEMENTS
Candace Molano
📱 Did you know there’s a SchoolLoop app? 📱
It’s great for students and parents to receive LoopMail notifications!

For iPhone users, here’s the link to the SchoolLoop App on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/school-loop/id739554978?mt=8

For Android users, here's the link to the SchoolLoop App on GooglePlay: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.schoolloop.mobileloop.app
For our full attendance policies, please see the attendance link on our website

Sign-in / Sign-out : Students must ALWAYS sign in and out in the Attendance Office for partial day absences, even if a parent has called in . This is our only way of knowing when the student actually arrives and/or leaves campus. Students who leave school and do not sign out and/or arrive to school and do not sign in will be marked as cut for the periods that they miss (or are late to) and will be subject to disciplinary action. Parents cannot clear these cuts. This is a safety policy that is strictly enforced and is outlined in the student handbook. NO EXCEPTIONS .

Medical notes : Must be received within 48 hours of absence to excuse medical appointments.

Forgotten Items : Food or beverage items are to be dropped off on the table outside of the Attendance Office. All other items (excluding sports equipment or musical instruments) can be left on the metal racks inside the Attendance Office. Office staff are not able to accept items such as cell phones, laptops, money, or other valuable items.
COUNSELING CORNER
Greetings!

  • No changes to schedules will be made after the 3rd week of school (No later than Friday, August 31st)

It is a busy time in the Counseling Office so we appreciate your patience and look forward to a successful 2018-19 school year for each and every student. 
 COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER
Mary Hazle & Jill Schratz
OFFICE HOURS
M: 9:15am to 3:30pm
T, W, Th: 8:45am to 3:30pm
F: Closed
Drop-in hours for students: brunch, lunch, after school

Check out our Job & Volunteer Board near the Attendance office (new location!)

Visit SchoolLoop and our website for the most updated information!

Parents/Students:   Need help logging into Naviance?  Please contact one of us or your student’s Counselor for assistance. We are happy to help you each get access to this valuable college/career search and college application support program. There are many great features to explore…don’t miss out! AND, our Seniors NEED to use their Naviance account to support their college application process. All college visits are posted on Naviance as well.

Parents, if you are not currently “opted in to School Loop,” please consider doing so if you would like to receive updates from the College & Career Center. We use the School Loop portal to post our latest goings on and encourage both students and parents to check it periodically.


Upcoming College Visits & Events
Aug 29 (Wed), Outdoor Ed Camp Counselors Info Meeting (see full details below in the "Volunteer" section), 3:30-5:00pm, Rancho Romero Elementary (Rm. 15)
Sep 5 (Wed), U of Massachusetts Amherst, 1st period (9:00am) in the CCC
Sep 7 (Fri), Princeton University, 7:50am in the CCC
Sep 12 ( Wed), Going Out of State Presentation/College Fair (parents invited Please RSVP here), Access & Lunch (11:40am - 12:25pm) in the Library for students
Sep 17 (Mon)Seniors: Essay Writing for the College Application - , 6:00-8:00pm.
Sep 24 (Mon) Financial Aid Information Night, 7:00-8:00pm, Monte Vista High School. For SENIORS and their PARENTS. No RSVP necessary.

College Visit Workshop
Aug 28 during LUNCH for students – We will talk about which colleges are coming, how to sign up for a visit, WHY you should consider attending visits, some questions to ask, etc. Please plan to join us at the beginning of the period. Sign up on Naviance (our workshops are listed under “college visits,”) so we know you are coming, but you don’t need to print a pass. Bring your lunch and your questions!


A note about COLLEGE VISITS  
College Admission Reps are signing up each day on our calendar to visit with our students! During these sessions reps talk about their college campuses, student life, financial aid opportunities, admission processes, and answer student questions. Students are required to SIGN UP through their Naviance Student Portal for all visits, and need to print the “details” page to have signed by their teacher to bring to the visit if the visit is not during lunch.

Out-of-State College Event in the Library on Sept 12 (for students and parents)
We will be hosting 10-15 out-of-state colleges at a college fair in the library for both students and parents on Wed., Sept. 12. Students may attend during Access (with a signed pass) and during lunch. Parents are invited to sign up to attend from 11:40am–12:25pm to learn about the virtues of going out of state to college, and to meet with the reps. There will be short presentation at 11:40am followed by a College Fair. Current list of college participants: Marist College (NY), U of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, U of Oklahoma, Seton Hall U (NJ), U of Nevada Reno, Purdue U (IN), Johnson & Wales U (RI), U of Arizona, and U of Nevada Las Vegas. More will be added. See updated list on School Loop.

Mock TEST PREP - Juniors and Seniors
SRVHS Academic Boosters sponsors a test preparation program to assist students with 'mock' ACT/SAT test preparation, senior college essay writing workshops and test prep boot camps. SRVHS students MUST register in advance to attend a session. All test prep events are held at SRVHS unless otherwise noted and a schedule of all offerings for the year can be found on the SRVHS.net website under Booster Groups (yellow tab), “Academic Boosters”.  See the recent parent email we sent via school loop for the most recent AB calendar, but be sure to check their AB web page periodically, in case of updates. Here are a few upcoming opportunities:
  • 4-year College Bound Juniors: Consider signing up for the Combined ACT/SAT practice test on September 8th, 9:00am-1:30pm being offered at SRVHS.  Click here for the registration link.  
  • SENIORS: Essay Writing for the College Application - Sept. 17th, 6:00-8:00pm. Gain an understanding of what makes a successful college application essay and brainstorm ideas whether writing for the Common App or UC insight Questions. Included with this session is one free online review of a draft essay by Matt Todd.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES
Our job board is filling up! Stop by and view the postings, but some current employers who are hiring include,
  • Town of Danville (for their after school Teen Center-Program assistants),
  • Alina B European Fashion Boutique in Danville (sales & Social media assistance); Trader Joe’s
  • Starbucks 
We also post these opportunities on School Loop but as we receive them each day, the Job Board is the most up to date.

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
  • Students who are interested in a medical career – HOSA is looking for members. See the flyer on School loop or stop by the CCC to pick one up. HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) is a local club that is hosted at the Concord campus of John Muir Hospital. Their first meeting is Sept. 6 and meetings are typically from 4:30 to 6 pm on Thursdays. Attend the first meeting to learn more.
  • Assisteens Auxiliary of Assistance League of Diablo Valley is a volunteer organization of 60 teens dedicated to improving lives in our community through hands-on programs. Members select their own philanthropic programs and raise the funds necessary to implement them while supporting many of the chapter’s programs and thrift shop. See School loop for more details. Limited to 60 members, so apply today if you are interested!
  • Rancho Romero 5th grade Outdoor Ed Counselors needed! Their program is Sept. 24-28, and interested 10, 11th and 12th graders should pan to attend the Counselor Workshop for an interview and training on Wednesday, August 29, 3:30 - 5:00 at Rancho Romero Elementary in Room 15. Please bring your completed application to this workshop; download applications from the school loop posting.
  • Join the Danville Library Teen Advisory Board. See the application on School Loop. Applications are due to the library by Sep. 21.
WHAT'S UP IN THE WOLF DEN?
Janet Willford

Club Fair Coming Soon
Clubs are a huge part of the SRV community, and we encourage all students to participate and get involved! Clubs are a great way to meet new people with similar interests, have fun with your friends and make an impact during your time at San Ramon!

Do you want to renew or start a SRV Club? The Club Fair is coming up on Fri., Sept. 14th! If you are interested in starting or renewing a club, here are some dates you need to know:
  • Tues. Aug. 28th at lunch: mandatory president meeting in R16 for new and old clubs. We will be going over a lot of information here!
  • Thurs., Aug 30th: The Club Constitution (new clubs only) and Google Form (link below) are due. Please turn in the Constitution to R16!

Below are the forms you need to complete in order to obtain club status at SRV (new or returning). Note that even if you have turned in the Google form, you must still turn in a copy of the Constitution. If we do not have both the Google form AND Constitution, you will not be able to manage a club for the 2018-19 school year.  

Have Questions? Email SRV Co-Curricular Leadership at srvcocurricular@gmail.com


Secret Treats
Know someone, a staff member of student, who deserves a treat? Maybe they have a lot of school spirit, maybe they are just a really good friend, or maybe they need encouragement! Fill out THIS FORM and let the SRV wish fairies work their magic and fulfill your wishes!


Check out the new SRV WOLFPACK Sprit App!
It will track the SRV events you go to and there will be weekly, monthly, quarterly and semester prizes for the Leaders! Check out what is going on at SRV.


New to SRVHS: Make-A-Wish
This year the students of San Ramon Valley High School came together with a goal of raising money to support Make-A-Wish Bay Area, in order to put on a ‘Wish Week’ at SRV, and sponsor a wish. Wish week is a one-week-long event where we partner with the Make-A-Wish Foundation to sponsor a child with a life-threatening medical condition. As a school, we will hold several events throughout the week in order to raise money to grant Wishes. This year, we aim to hold Wish Week February 5-9, 2019 wrapping up the week with a rally. In order to ‘sponsor a wish’ we must raise $10,000 by December of 2018. By December if we have reached our goal to sponsor our wish kid, we would (if the wish kid shall choose to attend) hold the reveal of their wish, along with showing them what SRV spirit looks like at the rally. In regards to the $10,000 needed by December, we have a page in which you can donate directly to (bottom of email), as well as some events, and fundraisers in which we will be pairing with local business that will take place in the early 2018-2019 school year. Any and all donations are highly appreciated and we cannot wait for the word to spread throughout the community about this life-changing event. Be sure to check out SRV Media, who is helping grant a Wish. Be sure to stay tuned via Instagram (@srvhswolfpack) and Twitter (@WERSR). Donate here: http://site.wish.org/goto/SRVHSWishWeek18


Help Winston the Service Dog!
SRV students are asking for help for Winston. Winston is Lauren Dimaggio’s Diabetic Alert Service dog and has been trained to diligently check her blood sugar levels, helping her live with Type 1 diabetes. Winston was recently diagnosed with an extremely rare type of cancer in a tumor traditionally found in babies known as a Primitive neuroectodermal tumor. Read more here to see how you can help out your fellow Wolf Pack members Winston and Lauren! Anything helps!
SRVHS ATHLETICS
Peter Scarpelli
Aug 29: Girls Basketball 2018/19 Overview meeting at 8:30am will be held in the Main Gym . We will conclude no later than 8:50am. Anyone interested in playing should be in attendance.
Lifeguards are needed for WaterPolo Practice
Requirements:
PARENT EDUCATION
Ceal Barlett, Wendy Sula, and Danny Dubuk
Teens and Tech
Wed., Sept. 12th from 7:00pm - 9:00pm in the Library (above the Commons)
Hosted by PTSA Parent Education Program Chairs, Ceal Barlett and Wendy Sula


The topic of “Teens and Technology” is a fast paced, ever changing phenomenon, that our teens seem to grasp more quickly than we adults do! Our presenters, Chad Cochran, Coordinator of Technology at SRVHS, and Assistant Principal Thomas Martin-Edwards, have the low down and helpful tips for parents. You won’t want to miss this!!

Please RSVP to Ceal Barlett ( cmbarlett@sbcglobal.net ) or Wendy Sula ( wendysula@att.net

We are happy to offer the same presentation for those that can attend the “Brown Bag” bring-your-own-lunch on Wed., Sept. 19th from 11:30am - 12:30pm . No need to RSVP for this.


Dads On Campus
Save the date! Thurs., Sept. 27th in the Library, from 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Topic: to-be-determined
 BOOSTER BLURBS
Thank you to all who supported Academic Boosters during registration and our spring fundraising mailer.  This year we committed to funding 18 EXTRA classes. Two more classes than last year! We have not been able to fund 18 classes since 2009! Every student benefits from smaller class sizes and elective choices. YOU make that happen here at SRV! YOU are funding the gap between State funding allocated to our school and the cost of providing the opportunities we want our children to experience at SRVHS. Thank you!

Despite our success, we only had 50% of registered families donate. We can do better!   The strength of our funding determines the scale of services we can provide and sets the foundation for what we can commit to funding in future years.

If you have not had a chance to support Academic Boosters, you may still do so on by going to Future Fund and clicking the "View Store" button which will lead you to the Academic Boosters storefront: 


Donate in Installments
We have monthly installment plans for ANY amount you are able to donate. Every dollar raised at SRV stays at SRV!

Corporate Matching
If your company matches your donation, be sure to supply a record of your Academic Booster donation to your company benefits administrator. Print your receipt from Future Fund (see above for link) and click "View Receipt." Provide them with our Tax ID#: 68-0398728 and mailing address:  SRVHS Academic Boosters, P.O. Box 1004, Danville CA 94526

Your support is a very direct and immediate way to benefit the academic opportunities of your student in their classroom every day.


Junior & Senior Parents
Be sure your student takes advantage of SEPTEMBER’S FULL SCHEDULE at SRV of ACT/SAT mock tests and test-prep seminars advertised in the SRV College and Career Center and on SchoolLoop! Another service brought to you by Academic Boosters (link below)!
Join our Executive Board! Seeking a Recording Secretary
Do you like to type and keep digital files organized? Have you been wanting to get more involved at school but haven't found the right volunteer job? This might be your opportunity. We are looking for a Recording Secretary to help send out agendas and take minutes. We meet monthly on Wednesdays for an hour during the school day. Come learn first hand about how parent donations impact students while helping out in an important role at school. Interested? Questions? Contact Catherine Golden, President: cath_golden@mac.com
Spirit Wear Order DEADLINE - Friday, August 31st
Last chance to order SRV Spirit Wear from Gryco Sportswear until November! Please go to srvhs.itemorder.com and place your order by August 31st. SRV orders will be distributed by Leadership Students in September. Go Wolves!
SRV Spirit Wear Pop Up Shop
SRV Spirit Wear contributes 20% of all sales back to the Athletic Booster club and Leadership. We sell the clothes online, but three times a year we have the opportunity to sell directly to families and students at football games. We appreciate any volunteer help for an hour or two (location: SRV Football Field, Spirit Wear Shack). This is a fun way to help the SRV Sports and Leadership communities without a big time commitment. If you also want to get more involved with the Spirit Wear and help select clothes items, please let me know as we are looking for new parents to help out. Click here to sign up ! Go Wolves! Cybille Scott 925.314.5933

CLASS NEWS
Senior Class Officers
Carly Glasson , President
Brenica Sipin , Vice President
Miranda Ferguson , Secretary
Brendan Le Veille , Treasurer

Dear Parents and Students of the Class of 2019,

Congratulations on being a Senior! The year comes with many exciting celebrations and events. With the District changes in the calendar, senior year activities are a little more challenging to schedule since April and May are very busy times of the year. SRV Student Leadership and the Senior Class Officers wanted to keep everyone aware of what the Spring events will look like. Last year we spent time after the year was over reviewing the schedule with the students of 2018 to get their input. Overall they enjoyed the May schedule, but parents found it a bit more challenging.

This year we have the following challenges:
  • AP Tests do not start until May 6th
  • Memorial Day falls the Monday of Finals week
  • We tried to move the 2019 Senior Ball to April but only Friday nights were available. We have had our Senior Ball contract set for 3 years.

New Change: Seniors have had an interest to try the Disney Overnight Trip (DVHS and MV have been doing the trip the last few years) With this add we have decided to drop Discovery Kingdom, as interest and enrollment has decreased over the last few years. The Disneyland trip is not run through the school but through USA Travel, but we do work on the logistics with the company and provide all the chaperones.

Senior Year at a Glance:
  • 9/7 Hurricane Harbor (owned by Six Flags- formerly Waterworld)
  • 5/11-5/12 Disneyland Grad Trip Celebration (optional) sign ups through USA Travel. Trip Info and Inclusions: Deluxe motor coach transportation to and from school; Admission to Disneyland and Disney’s California Adventure; After party meal
  • 5/18 Senior Ball at the Academy of Science in SF (optional)
  • 5/19 Baccalaureate (inspirational service, free, optional) for all members and families of the Class of 2019 at Community Presbyerian in Danville.
  • 5/20-24 Greek Games during school at lunch (optional); sign ups in April.
  • 5/31 Graduation 6:00pm, SRV Football Field.
  • 5/31 Grad Night, PTSA Sponsored Event

ATTENTION SENIORS! If you have not registered to go on the Senior Hurricane Harbor trip, see Mrs. Bellamy in the Attendance Office during BRUNCH or LUNCH with $85 (cash or check made out to SRV) by Thursday August 30 . If you are not sure if you registered at registration time, all seniors were emailed the list last week through their SchoolLoop account. The trip includes your senior panoramic picture, transportation, lunch and unlimited rides at the park. We meet on Friday, September 7th at 8:00am for the panoramic picture on the stadium field. Pack light for the day! More information and details about the day will be emailed next week. Any other questions email jwillford@srvusd.net


Yearbook Ads: Attention Senior Parents!
Now is the time to create and purchase an ad for your graduating senior in this year’s yearbook. Make sure you get your ad in early, as our space is limited and once we run out we will not have additional space for ads. Please click here to access the flyer with more detailed information, and contact yearbook adviser Jill Orozco at jwinkler@srvusd.net  for any questions.
Junior Class Officers
Kenny Yu , President
Jack Riley , Vice President
Drew Price , Secretary
Tommy Canavan , Treasurer

Welcome back Class of 2020 families! Activities for our Juniors will ramp up quickly so we’d like to get a head start in supporting our students. 

Please join us for our Parent Kick-off meeting on Wed., Sep. 5th at 7:00pm. We will be discussing upcoming Junior Class activities and where our Juniors need our help. Charlyene Swierstra has graciously offered to host the meeting. Everyone is welcome. PLEASE VISIT THIS LINK f or details and to RSVP. Bring a friend!

Please also CLICK HERE to see where we need help with Junior Class activities for the 2018-19 school year. 

Upcoming Needs for Homecoming Week Oct. 8th - Oct. 13th
  • Float Building Leaders: We need 1-2 co-leads
  • Flatbed Truck: We need a flatbed truck approximately 20-25 ft in length for the float

CONTINUE TO STAY INFORMED!

SRVHS Class of 2020 Facebook Page Parent Fan Page: Find up-to-date information. Please "like" us and share it with your friends.


Twitter
Students! Here is another way to stay informed! Please follow us @SRVHS2020


Website
The SRV website has grade specific information. Go to the home page www.srvhs.net and click on “STUDENTS” section at the top of the page and scroll down to Class of 2020


Thank you for your support... GO WOLVES!
Class of 2020 Parent Representatives
It will be an exciting year for the Class of 2021! Check back to our Class of 2021 Student page (button above) frequently to keep up with our updates

Going forward, the new Class of 2021 Parent Class Representatives will be: 

Mital Patel  (530.263.2619)

Please send class news, comments and questions to them.

* SRVHS Homecoming Week: Oct. 8th - Oct. 13th, 2018
* Sophomore Cruise: Sat. April 27th, 2019
Introducing your newly elected Freshman, Class of 2022 Officers...

Kendall Cunningham , President
Sarah McCreary , Vice President
Ashley McDonne , Secretary
Dyllan Soriano , Treasurer

Congratulations!
IMPORTANT DATES TO REMEMBER

Homecoming Week at SRV October 8-12
  • Homecoming Float Building — 9/28-10/12
Our 2022 Float Theme is “No Place Like Home” . All 2022 students will be invited to Homecoming Float Building between 9/28-10/12 . Several parents will be needed for student building supervision, operating tools, delivering food, bringing supplies, and organizing tasks. We’ll keep you posted on the details and schedule as it gets closer.
  • Homecoming Rally - Friday, October 12 at 1:45pm
  • Homecoming Parade – Friday, October 12 at 2:35pm
  • Homecoming Dance – Saturday, October 13 from 7:00-10:00pm
  • Homecoming Dance Tickets go on sale about 2 weeks prior to event

  STAY INFORMED:
 
Please let us know if we can help in some way -- Welcome to the Wolf Pack!

Class of 2022 Parent Representatives
Melissa Candy
Carrie Shapiro
Iris Tessler
AROUND THE DISTRICT & COMMUNITY
SRVEF Imagineering Presents:

Raspberry Pi Jam
for Middle & High School Students

Making computers do physical stuff
Come learn, play & hack!
Saturday, Sept 29
8:30am-4:00pm

For event details and ticker information, check out the flyer here.

2018 San Ramon Valley Emergency Preparedness Fair

The SRVUSD Fire Department is asking for student help at our 2018 San Ramon Valley Emergency Preparedness Fair on Saturday, Sep 29 from 9:00am - 2:00pm .

2018 SRVEF Run for Education
For 35 years, the Run for Education has been the biggest and best family fundraiser for the San Ramon Valley Education Foundation. This year's Run is Sunday, October 14 , with special Mini and Friendship Runs on Saturday, October 13 .

Sunday Race Pricing is:
5k Fun Run $35.35 | 5k Timed $39.35 | 10k Timed $54.35 | 5k Virtual $35 | 10k Virtual $45

For more information, please go to  SRVEF.org .

The SRVEF is excited to be celebrating community, advancing education and promoting wellness in partnership with the San Ramon Valley Unified School District. If you have any questions please email race@srvef.org
 COMMUNICATIONS
Welcome to the Wolf Pack Weekly. Our goal is to provide information to the SRVHS community in a timely manner. Formerly known as the eLINK (monthly) Newsletter, the Wolf Pack Weekly is a weekly bulletin maintained by SRVHS PTSA. It includes everything that you might want to know going on in the Wolf Den.
 
All submissions to the Weekly must undergo an approval process. If you have something to contribute to the weekly bulletin, please anticipate a lead time of at least 14 days prior to initial publication. If you have any questions, please email the the Communications Team Lead Angie Corritone or the Wolf Pack Weekly editor,  Lisa Olson . Go Wolves! #ohana