Sunday, September 30, 2018
Table of Contents
Class Webpages

Booster Groups

Upcoming Events

10/2  Women's Lacrosse MANDATORY Informational Meeting at Lunch in Aux Gym

10/3  Men's Basketball Informational Meeting, 1pm, Main Gym

10/5  Staff Development Day (No School for Students)

10/9  Instrumental Music Fall Concert, PAC, 7pm

10/12  PTSA Meeting, 8:45am-10:30am, College & Career Center

10/16   PTSA Dads On Campus, 7pm-9pm, Library

10/17 PTSA Parent Ed "Drug Awareness", 11:30am-12:30pm, Library

10/18  PTSA Parent Ed "Drug Awareness", 7-9pm, Library

On Deck in Athletics

  • 10/6 SRV @ Clovis Invitational, Woodward Park, 8am (Select Runners)
  • 10/4 SRV v. DVHS @ SRV, 5:30p (Frosh)
  • 10/5 SRV v. DVHS @ DVHS, 4:30/7:00pm 
  • 10/2 SRV v. Granada @ SRV, 4pm 
  • 10/4 SRV v. Foothill @ Foothill, 4pm
  • 10/2 SRV v. DVHS @ DVHS, 4pm (Var)
  • 10/4 SRV v. Cal High @ SRV, 4pm (JV)
  • 9/27 SRV v. DVHS @ SRV, 4pm (Var)
  • 9/27 SRV v. Cal High @ Cal High, 4pm (JV)
  • Game times: Fr 4pm, JV 5pm, Var 6pm
  • 10/2 SRV v. Amador Valley @ Amador Valley
  • 10/4 SRV v. Dublin @ Dublin
  • Games times: Var 6pm, JV 7pm
  • Game Times: JV 4pm, Var 5pm
  • 10/4 SRV v. Acalanes @ Acalanes

SRVHS PTSA is Inclusive
Marilyn Lucey, PTSA President

EVERY event or program funded, supported, organized, sponsored by PTSA, welcomes and seeks the participation of all our community members, regardless of religion, creed, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, ability, socioeconomic status, immigration status, nationality, or ethnicity.

Parent Education, Ski Swap, Grad Night Planning, Dads On Campus, Challenge Success, Reflections Art Contest, Breaking Down the Walls, Teacher Grants, Words Matter Week, Abilities Awareness, Staff Appreciation, School-to-Home Communication, and more, are PTSA supported, funded, sponsored, and seek participation from ALL our community members.

We welcome any questions, and encourage ideas for new events or programs. Please email them to

PTSA is part of a national, state, regional system of nonprofit advocacy associations.  As a nonprofit corporation, we abide by government regulations to maintain our nonprofit tax status, and must remain noncommercial, nonpartisan, and nonsecular. The PTA corporation, by our mission, uses our nonprofit tax status to collect donations to provide programs that benefit ALL our students. That is our purpose.

Homecoming Week - Oct 8-13
Janet Willford, Leadership Teacher

We put all the latest HOMECOMING news in one place. Please  USE THIS LINK TO ACCESS OUR GOOGLE DOC --> Homecoming 2018

Don't forget to check your Class Webpage for NEWS about Float Building, Lip Sync Practice, and other activities:
Donors Choose - Matching in October!
Nancy Daetz, Academic Boosters

Many SRV English teachers have classroom library needs and would like your support. Visit the Donors Choose website Click on "Find A Classroom to Support" and search "San Ramon Valley High" to find the SRV teacher looking to fill their class with books!

What is Donors Choose? View this short video to find out:

PSAT for Sophomores & Juniors - Oct 10 
Thomas Martin-Edwards, Assistant Principal

This year the comprehensive high schools in the SRVUSD are administering the PSAT to all 10th and 11th-grade students during the school day on October 10th, 2018

We are asking for a $25 donation to cover the cost of materials. Please go to the San Ramon Valley High School Web Store to make this contribution.

Please note, all students, 9-12, will be expected to attend school this day; ninth and twelfth-grade students will attend workshops. Tenth and eleventh graders will arrive EARLY at 8:00 AM and ninth and twelfth graders will show up at 9:00 AM, normal Wednesday late start this day. If you have any questions, please reach out to Assistant Principal, Thomas Martin-Edwards at

2018 Run for Education Events - Oct 13 & 14
Fundraiser for the San Ramon Valley Education Foundation

We are less than 2 weeks away from The Run for Education weekend of events! Are YOU registered?!? CLICK HERE to sign up

This 35th annual community event is the largest fundraiser for the San Ramon Valley Education Foundation, whose sole purpose is to support the educators, students and schools of the San Ramon Valley Unified School District.

Saturday, October 13th
- 10am-4pm The Health & Wellness Expo at Iron Horse Middle School in San Ramon, sponsored by Stanford Children's Health, includes vendors, food trucks, rock wall, fire engine, prizes, and more!
- 10am First ever Friendship Run for students with special needs
- 12-4pm Spirit Stage and performers 
- 2pm The Mini Run for young runners ages 2-6, sponsored by Staford Children's Health.

Sunday, October 14th
- 8am 10K run starts at Charlotte Wood Middle School
- 8:15am 5K timed run starts at Iron Horse Middle School
- 8:20am 5th Grade walk teams start at Iron Horse Middle School
- 8:30am 5K fun run/walk starts at Iron Horse Middle School
- Post race vendors!

Don't wait to register!  These are the FINAL incentives offered:
- Register 4 or more people at the same time and receive 15% off of your order - no code needed
- All registered runners are eligible for daily prize drawing from October 1st to 10th
- First 500 registered 5th grade runners get an extra 5th Grade shirt courtesy of Toll Brothers
- Sign up to volunteer and earn money for your school
Spots are still available for spirit incentives on Saturday and Sunday - earn $ for your program
- Car painting and 80's costumes - more ways to benefit your school
- Not available on race weekend? Not a problem, become a virtual runner and still support your school.  CLICK HERE to register!
PTSA Parent Education Events - Oct 16, 17, 18
Ceal Barlett and Wendy Sula

Dads On Campus
Tuesday, October 16, "Teens, Families, and Pornography", 7-9pm, Library. The session is covering the associated problems with pornography for teens and families, how these problems are created, and what parents can do to help both their teenagers and perhaps themselves. There will be a Q&A session in the last half hour.

Drug Awareness
Wednesday, October 17, 11:30am to 12:30pm, Library
Thursday, October 18, from 7pm-9pm, Library
"Drug Awareness", is a well attended annual event!  Our school resource officers,  Kyle Rhoton and  Darren Alcantara (Danville PD), will share valuable information on the substances currently being used by teens, what we as parents can do to intervene, and how the school handles such offenses. Don't miss this very informative discussion!

Choral Fall Dinner Shows - Oct 17 & 18
Corey Quereto, SR Voices Boosters

Join us for an evening of great food and fantastic music!  Top-notch entertainment, catered dinner, silent auction and raffle- right here on our campus! All funds benefit our award-winning SRVHS Vocal Music Program.

Tickets are $45 for adults/students and $25 for children 12yrs and under. Purchase at


Many thanks to the SRVHS community for your continued support!
Go Wolves!

Ski & Snowboard Swap - Oct 20
9am - 3pm,  SRVHS Commons 

The SRVHS Ski & Snowboard Swap (sponsored by SRVHS PTSA) is a great place to outfit your family with winter gear for skiing and snowboarding at discount prices. You will find a huge selection of new and used skis, boards, boots, poles, helmets, goggles, and apparel in adult and children's sizes, along with expert advice to make sure you get just the right fit.  The Bay Area Ski Bus will be there with information on their luxury bus trips to Tahoe, and don't forget to enter our free raffle for a chance to win lift tickets.

Is it time to clean your closets/garage? The Ski Swap is accepting donations of gently used ski, boards and outerwear. Email us for a pick up or bring your donations to the Commons Friday, October 19, from 5-7pm.

WE NEED VOLUNTEERS! This long time running PTSA fundraiser and community event relies on the dedication of SRVHS parents and students. Please consider helping out this year with your time or hospitality donations: For more details go to the Ski Swap website.

Student Clubs at SRV

Are you interested in learning more about all the ways for students to get involved with SRV CLUBS? Use this SRV Student Club List 2018-19 to see everything our students offer!

Pledge to Humanity Club
Sock/Glove & Hat Drive For The Homeless
During the months of Sept & October the Pledge To Humanity Club will be collecting new socks and new (or gently used) warm hats and gloves in the attendance office bins. During the winter months the homeless need these critical items to survive. Visit our webpage to find more about our club!
Challenge Success Student Council
MissionChallenge Success is an organization with a mission of making sure all kids are healthy while engaged in learning at school. As a club at San Ramon Valley High School our biggest priority and concern is to reduce student stress as much as possible on campus.

HistoryIn our past we have worked on creating new daily schedules such as implementing a block system/access periods, creating a new bell schedule with later starts so kids can sleep more, and a "Day in the Life" project for teachers to understand a students day.

Present Our club's first meeting was on Thursday and during that meeting was the introduction of our newest projects aimed to reduce stress: 
"What I Wish my Teacher/Students Knew" and "S.P.A.C.E":
  • Student schedule/use of time
  • Project and Project Based Learning
  • Alternative and authentic assessment
  • Climate of care
  • Education for the whole community
Future -  Throughout the year we intend on allowing our club members to branch out on projects of their own to help reduce as much stress on SRV's campus. Get your student involved in Challenge Success by emailing . You can read more about Challenge Success on .
SRV Social Media

Are you on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram? You can follow SRV there too!




Text Reminders
SRV Leadership Students are using the Remind App this year to send out text messages for Class News. Use these links to sign up:
Class Social Media
Check your class webpage for social media accounts
Leadership Announcements
Janet Willford, Leadership Teacher

JUNIORS "Every School Day Counts" WINNERS!
September was Attendance Awareness Month and at SRV the results are in for the SRV class (2019, 20, 21, 22) that had the least school-wide tardies! For the week of September 17-21, the counts are: 9 th grade: 93 tardies, 10 th grade: 104 tardies, 11 th grade: 92 tardies, and 12 th grade: 202 tardies . Juniors win! The junior class wins a sweet treat coming next week!

Yearbook wants to know what you did for your Summer Vacation! If you want to be featured in the Yearbook, send the pictures

SRV Wish Fairies
Know someone, a staff member of student, who deserves affirmation or some kindness? 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: a nd let the SRV Wish Fairies work their magic and fulfill your wishes!
This year, the students of San Ramon Valley High School came together with the 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. If we reach our goal to sponsor our wish kid, we'll host the reveal of their wish, and show them what SRV spirit looks like at the rally.
Regarding the $10,000 needed by December, there's a link below where you can donate directly. We'll also have some events and fundraisers in early 2019 during which we will be pairing with local businesses. 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:
Athletic Boosters
Jeff Romrell

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 on line but three times a year, we have the opportunity to sell directly to families and students at football games. We also need a few volunteers during the two Wolf Pack days. We appreciate any volunteer  help for an hour or two. A fun way to help the SRV Sport and Leadership community 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.  Go Wolves!

Cybille Scott 925.314.5933
Location: SRV Football Field

Academic Boosters
Nancy Daetz, President

Academic Club Funding Available
Academic Boosters provides financial support to clubs on campus that support the academic enrichment of our current and future students.

We have funds allocated to support these efforts and are committed to funding groups that need our support for such things as entry fees, mentor programs, club promotional programs and the like.   This is open to any academic enrichment group available to SRV students. Funds are not intended to support travel expenses.

In past years we have supported Robotics, Science Alliance, Speech & Debate, Model United Nations and Leadership. Click here for the application form. It can be returned to: or to the Academic Boosters mailbox in the SRVHS Administration Office.

Does your employer match non profit donations?
Now is the time to submit your forms to your corporate matching/benefits department along with your Academic Booster's donation receipt from Future Fund. When submitting for your match, the following information will be helpful to have on hand:
San Ramon Valley High School (SRVHS) Academic Boosters
Attn. Corp. Match
PO Box 1004
Danville, CA 94526
Phone: 925-552-3000 (ph) and 925-838-7802 (fax)
SRVHS Academic Boosters Tax ID number (TIN)
How do I print a receipt of my donations on Future Fund?
Log into to your Future Fund account, click on "view your orders."
You will see a list of dates, depending on how many orders you placed,
find the date of the transaction for Academic Boosters donation and click on it. If you need further information please contact us by email:

Did you forget to donate to Academic Boosters during Registration?
Thanks to the support of many families, we added 18 EXTRA CLASSES to the master schedule this year!  HOWEVER, 50% of families still have not donated to help effect class size reduction, expand elective choices,  make the college and career center possible and support the test prep programs that our volunteers manage. All kids at SRV benefit from Academic Booster programs!

We can do better!
Any donation is appreciated.  Installment payments are welcome.
DONATE NOW THROUGH THE FUTURE FUND STORE:   CLICK HERE TO DONATE Click "View Store" then click "Academic Boosters".

Athletics News
Peter Scarpelli, Athletic Director

Women's Lacrosse
All women interested in playing Lacrosse, there will be a  MANDATORY  Informational meeting at lunchtime on Tuesday, October 2 in the Auxiliary Gym.

Men's Basketball
There will be an informational meeting for anyone interested in trying out for the Men's Basketball program on Wednesday, October 3rd. The meeting will be held at 1:00pm in the Main Gym and the length of the meeting should be no more than fifteen minutes. For any questions, please contact Coach Botteen at

Men's Soccer
To sign up for Men's Soccer tryouts join the Men's Soccer page on Google classroom. Code is: gnqcz8. Please follow instructions and meet each deadline to be eligible for Men's Soccer tryouts.

Women's Golf
Our Team is looking for experienced golfer's.  If you are interested in joining our wonderful golf team, please see Coach Henze in D-203. You will be able to visit some of the best and most beautiful golf courses in Northern California as well as have private lessons, group lessons, and practice on our home course, Crow Canyon Country Club.

SRVHS Office Announcements
Candace Molano  

Unauthorized Parking
On behalf of Danville Police Department, we would like to advise SRVHS students, parents, and guardians that you are not allowed to park in permit-only zones. The streets in particular are Glen Road and Las Barrancas Drive. In these areas you are only allowed to load/unload. Violators will be given a verbal warning, and consequences will increase for multiple offenders. If you have any questions, please contact Danville PD. 

Student ASB Cards and ID Cards
Please remember to carry your ID at all times while at school or at any SRVHS event. If you need a replacement, please see Ms. Bellamy in Attendance, the cost is $10.00

SRVHS Bike Racks
Please be aware that student bikes racks have been relocated to the front of the S wing, facing Danville Blvd.  These racks are located in front of the Old Staff Lounge under the S5 and S6 elevated classroom walkways. Please do not lock up bicycles in other areas of the campus as this creates a hazard and sometimes limits the ability to access certain areas on campus for people with disabilities.

Community Parking
Danville Square (Trader Joe's center) has requested that parents refrain from dropping off and/or picking up students in the shopping center parking lot and that students refrain from parking at the center during school hours. Those in violation may be subject to tow.  Thank you in advance for your cooperation!

College & Career Center
Jill Schratz and Mary Hazle

College & Career Center Hours
Monday - Thursday - 8:45am to 3:30pm
Drop-in hours for students: brunch, lunch, after-school.

The SRVHS College and Career Center is supported by your donations to Academic Boosters and we appreciate your generous support!

Upcoming COLLEGE VISITS and EVENTS in the CCC unless otherwise noted:
  • College Visits Week of Oct 1st: Chapman, Vanderbilt, Santa Clara U, Purdue U, Maryville U, Trinity College, Western WA U, Sonoma State U, Queens U, Occidental College, U of Michigan, Grand Canyon U, Elon U.
  • Oct. 1 -- CSU (California State University) Application OPENS! 
  • Oct. 1 -- FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) Application OPENS! 
  • Oct. 4 -- C&CC is closed due to ACT Conference.
  • Oct. 7 -- STEM College Fair in Santa Clara, 11:00am-1:00pm
  • Oct. 24th - 6:30-8:30pm, The 31st Annual SRVUSD College Fair at MVHS.  Over 130 college reps plus military reps will be present. Save the date!
Students need to pre-register for college visits on Naviance  and some visits have limited capacity due to facilities. Sign up early; cancel if you know you cannot make it. 

Regional College Presentations: Many out of area colleges host regional events to be able to speak with students/families from different high schools at one central meeting. See school loop/or college website for details. 

Oct. 7 - STEM College Fair at the Santa Clara Convention Center
Over 40 colleges that offer STEM programs will be participating. This is a great resource for students who may be considering a STEM major in college. There will be an interactive exhibition from 10-11am. See this website for more details and to  print a parking permit for your dashboard.  Remember...the 49ers are playing that day as well, so go early for the best parking!   


FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)
Completing this application is necessary in order for college applicants to be considered for federal or state financial aid. The student completes the application and the parent signs it as well. Both need an FSA ID to provide electronic signatures. Visit:

CSS Profile
Some private colleges require this application in order to be considered for their institutional financial aid. See each college's website to verify whether or not this is needed, and be sure to submit this application if the college requires it. For more information and to complete it, go to:

SCHOLARSHIPS (for college bound seniors) :
Be sure to check for scholarship postings on Naviance. We receive new postings weekly and post them there for students to access. Popular Scholarship websites include: and, but there are MANY more!!

Financial Aid Night
We have posted the presentation slides from the Sept. 24th presentation at MVHS on the Financial Aid page of the College & Career Center website. Be sure to use the Net Price Calculator tool on each college's website to get an estimate of your student's expected "Cost of Attendance" for a particular university, taking into consideration potential federal, state, and institutional aid.


PSAT - Oct. 10th
This year the comprehensive high schools in the SRVUSD are administering the PSAT to all 10th and 11th-grade students during the school day on October 10th, 2018. See the school website (under "NEWS" for the most updated information).  

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. A calendar of all offerings for the year can be found on the website under Booster Groups (yellow tab), "Academic Boosters" and you can register from that page as well. Proceeds from these sessions benefit Academic Boosters programs at SRVHS.

Our job and volunteer boards are growing rapidly! Students, stop by and view the postings near the Attendance office.

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! Freshmen students a will be introduced to Naviance in Dec./Jan. during their Health classes.

C&CC Advisors: Mrs. Schratz and Mrs. Hazle

SRVHS Counseling Department
Kirsten Drake

Counseling assignments by students' last names are as follows:
A - DOD              Jenifer Levy-Wendt
DOE - JE              Nancy Conti (off on Fridays)
JI - MIL                Olivia Isseks (off on Tuesdays)
MIM - SEO            Melissa Bergstedt
SEP - Z                Kirsten Drake (off on Fridays)

Student Support Counselor - Cady Scharff

PTSA Health & Wellness
Lisa Levy 

Parent Education Opportunity
Join Challenge Success for their 15th Annual Parent Education Event on Friday, November 2nd at Stanford university. This year's theme is SAY WHAT? The Power of Communication in Raising Healthy, Engaged Kids. Our keynote speaker is Dr. Wendy Mogel, a clinical psychologist and New York Times bestselling author. She will share insights from her most recent book, Voice Lessons for Parents: What to Say, How to Say It, and When To Listen, and then join Co-Founders Dr. Denise Pope and Dr. Madeline Levine for a panel discussion.
Get tickets here

PTSA Membership

Calling all SRVHS parents, family members, alumni, and Danville & Alamo Community Members! Please support our SRV students & teachers by becoming a PTSA member.
Your $15 membership fee goes to:
- student programs
- senior scholarships 
- teacher grants
- professional development
- parent education
- staff appreciation
- volunteer training & supports
- and much more!

Use this link to join online today: 
PTSA Legislative Advocacy
Nassar Mirzai 

Assembly Bill 2878, sponsored by California State PTA and co-authored by Assemblymember Rocky Chavez and Assemblymember Kevin McCarty, has been signed into law by Governor Brown. Signed September 28, 2018, this legislation will add research-based family engagement guidance and practice into the California Education Code. It will provide schools, districts and parents access to research-based best practices for family engagement and involvement. Research demonstrates that when schools practice authentic family engagement, absenteeism is reduced, dropout rates decrease and student achievement and graduation rates go up.

PTSA 2019 Grad Night - May 31, 2019
Committee Chairs: 
Laura Morrison, Deborah Rockey, Charlyene Swierstra

Support the time honored tradition of Grad Night at SRVHS! Grad Night is a senior class all-night, "safe and sober" graduation party that follows the graduation ceremony. The special event is complete with games, music, dancing, crafts, food, prizes and lots of fun. The theme changes every year so Grad Night is unique for each graduating class. Organized by the senior class parents, areas of the school campus are literally transformed to suit the theme of the night. Volunteer parents work hard to make this evening spectacular and it's only made possible because of all the people who donate their time. We need all the help we can get. Planning begins a year in advance and work continues right up until Grad Night...culminating into a positive send off for our SRV Seniors!

Please consider joining the 2019 Grad Night Committee! Grad Night 2019 planning starts NOW! Please take a look at the sign-up genius link below, and find a spot, grab a few friends, and join on the fun!

Grad Night Planning Committee Sign Up:

Class of 2019 News
Class Parent Reps

  • FLOAT! Please consider helping out with the Senior Class Float Build! We need help with food ordering and delivery, you will be reimbursed! We welcome parent helpers to help supervise our student builders! Check out the signup genius: 2018 HoCo Float Build (SENIOR CLASS of '19 - 'Home Of The Brave')
  • PIZZA GUYS CONTEST! Pizza Guys in Danville is holding a contest during Homecoming Week! The class with the most sales wins! So be sure to use the code SRV2019 when you order lunch, dinner & after school snacks!! Click the following link to see flyer: Pizza Guys Fundraiser Flyer
  • FOOD DRIVE! Supporting Shepherd's Gate Women's Shelter:
    Non-perishable food items competition ALL WEEK (Oct 8-12) between each Access class. Bring non-perishable foods in Access to help win a FASTPASS to the Homecoming Dance and an Access Class Party!
  • DRESS UP! If you dress up every day, you will receive stickers in your 4th period class on Monday-Thursday. If your teacher does not reward the tickets, come to the Kiosk at lunch and claim your tickets each day so that you can redeem your stickers and receive your spirit prize on Friday at lunch in the Quad!
    • Monday, 10/8: Home Run (Baseball)
    • Tuesday, 10/9: Home Depot (Construction)
    • Wednesday, 10/10: Home Alone (NY/Holidays)
    • Thursday, 10/11: Home of the Brave! (USA/Patriotic, Armed Forces)
    • Friday, 10/12: Dress in your class Homecoming shirt and/or sport your Green and Gold!
  • TRADITIONS FOR ALL! See the "Upcoming Dates" and "HOCO" sections at the top of this Weekly for details about annual SRVHS Homecoming Traditions: Rally, Parade, Football Games, and Dance. Purchase HOCO Dance tickets online through the SRV webstore:

Class of 2019 Parent Reps
Tonya Colton

Class of 2020 News
Class Parent Reps

Junior Class Parents - we need your help with this year's Class of 2020 Homecoming Float Build!  Float Building begins this weekend!  Please click here to help.
SRVHS Homecoming is October 8 - October 13, 2018
Float Build Location - 125 Timberline Court, Danville. THANK YOU CUNNINGHAM FAMILY!
Flatbed Truck - Need a Flatbed Truck approximately 20-25 ft in length for the float
Current Float Build Schedule:
  • Sunday, September 30, 12:00 PM - 3:30 PM
  • Monday, October 1, 4:00 PM - 8 PM
  • Tuesday, October 2, 4:00PM - 8 PM
  • Wednesday, October 3, 4:00 PM - 8 PM
  • Thursday, October 4, 4:00 PM -8 PM (tbd)
  • Saturday, October 6th, 12-4 pm
  • Sunday, October 7th, 12-4 pm
  • Monday, October 8th, 4-8pm
  • Thursday, October 11th, 5pm until we get the float to school
Current Lip Sync Schedule:
  • Monday, October 1, Lunch, Aux Gym
  • Wednesday, October 3, Lunch, Aux Gym
  • Monday, October 8th, Lunch, Aux Gym
  • Thursday, October 11th, Evening Rehearsal, Time TBD, Main Gym
Please also CLICK HERE to see where we need help with Junior Class activities for the 2018-19 school year. 

Class of 2021 News
Class Parent Reps

Welcome to SRV homecoming season! This is a great time for the sophomore class to come together, meet friends and bond while building an incredible homecoming float for the annual parade on October 12th. This year's homecoming theme is "Home of the Champions".  The sophomore theme is "Home Depot", with a "building our future" angle.  The kids are eager to bring their theme to reality, but they need lots of help and manpower!  

Most urgently, we need 1-2 adults to be our lead float organizer!  There is a team of people willing to help, but without a lead - having a Class of 2021 float is in jeopardy. No previous experience needed, just the desire to have some fun!  PLEASE email asap if you can be one of the Leads (or come to the Kick Off Meeting to check it out)!!  These Lead Parents will help the leadership students take their float visions on to become a reality and oversee the build of the float by the kids. Creative people wanted!  Handy people wanted!  It's a rewarding experience and our kids need parents on board to make the annual parade day happen.

Flatbed Truck - Need a Flatbed Truck approximately 20-25 feet in length for the float.

Class of 2022 News
Class Parent Reps

Please visit our Class of 2022 webpage for all the latest info!

It's SRV Homecoming Float Building time and our Class of 2022 Sign Up Genius is ready for parent volunteers: Thank you Tanya Economos, Elizabeth Hill, and Jennifer French for taking the lead on this fun project! We're so excited to see the "HOME RUN" float come to life. 

Thanks very much for your time and support!

Class of 2022 Parent Representatives
Melissa Candy
Carrie Shapiro
Iris Tessler

San Ramon Valley Education Foundation
Providing financial support and promoting public education in our community

San Ramon Valley Unified School District Certificated Teachers: our SRVEF Grant Program is OPEN! Visit the Grants webpage  for details about workshops led by Cecilia Brear, grant criteria, and selection information. Let SRVEF Help You Get Money for Teaching Tools!