August 19, 2018 Volume I, Edition 2
8/20 - 8/22 Freshman Class Officer Elections
8/20 Counseling Office begins accepting Schedule Change Request Form for electives
8/21 Seniors College Workshop, Lunch, CCC
8/22 New Families Principal Welcome, 7:00 - 8:30pm, Library
8/22 Class T-shirt pick up, Lunch, Kiosk/Courtyard
8/22 Amici’s Fundraiser: SRVHS Class of 2020 @ Amici’s East Coast Pizzeria
8/24 Welcome Back Rally 1:45pm ( Rally Schedule ) - Wear your class shirt!
8/24 Welcome Back Dance, after football game until 10:00pm
8/25 WolfTones Car Wash Fundraiser, 8:00am - 3:00pm, near the PAC
8/31 Early dismissal at 12:35pm (Early Release Schedule )
8/31 All schedule changes due to Counseling Office
9/3 NO SCHOOL - Labor Day Holiday
10/13 & 10/14 SRVEF Run for Education Sign up & Show Our Wolf Pack Pride!

  • 8/23 Frosh v. Monterey Trail HS, 5:00pm @ MTHS in Elk Grove (map)
  • 8/24 JV v. Elk Grove, 4:30pm @ SRVHS
  • 8/24 Varsity v. Elk Grove, 7:00pm @ SRVHS

Women's Volleyball
  • 8/21 SRV v. DVHS @ SRV (Fr 4:00pm, JV 5:00pm, Var 6:00pm)
  • 8/23 SRV v. Cal High @ Cal High
Marilyn Lucey
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.

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If you have PTSA communication questions or an article to contribute to our Wolf Pack Weekly, please email:

Angie Corritone, PTSA VP of Communications

Lisa Olson, PTSA Communications Editor
Candace Molano
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.

College visits : For each college visit to be marked as excused, 1 day in-state with a letter of confirmation from the college or 2 days for out of state with a letter of confirmation from the college. Any days in excess of this policy will be marked unexcused.
Chronic illness : After the 10th day of illness (each partial day absence is calculated as 1 day), a Chronic Illness form must be submitted to the Attendance Office. Without a Chronic Illness form on file, a medical note for each subsequent absence due to illness will be required to mark the absence as excused. Failure to provide a medical note will result in the absence being marked unexcused.

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

  • Starting on Monday, Aug. 20th, you are now able to submit a Schedule Change Request Form for elective changes.
  • 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. 
Mary Hazle & Jill Schratz
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!

Upcoming College Visits & Events
Tues. Aug. 21 , Lunch in the CCC: Seniors College Workshop* (see details below). Bring your lunch! We will answer questions re: applications, letters of recommendation, Naviance, college search, etc.
Wed. Sept. 5th , 1st period (9:00am) in the CCC: U of Massachusetts Amherst
Fri. Sept. 7th, 7:50am in the CCC: Princeton University
Wed. Sept. 12th, Access & Lunch (11:40am - 12:25pm) in the Library for students: Going Out of State Presentation/College Fair (parents invited Please RSVP here)

*Seniors College Workshop
Let’s talk about your fall process of applying to college! If you are starting to work on your college applications or need assistance to get into your Naviance account, please join us for a lunch time workshop on Tuesday, August 21 in the College & Career Center. Bring your lunch and your questions!

College Visits
College Admission Reps are signing up each day on our calendar to visit with our students! WHY ATTEND? Admissions reps talk about their college campuses, student life, financial aid opportunities, admissions processes, and answer student questions during these visits. 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.

Visiting Colleges and School Absences Policy
For each college visit to be marked as excused, 1 day in-state with a letter of confirmation from the college or 2 days for out of state with a letter of confirmation from the college. Any days in excess of this policy will be marked unexcused .

Test Prep for 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 website under Booster Groups (yellow tab), “Academic Boosters.”

4-Year College Bound Juniors
Consider signing up for the Combined ACT/SAT practice test on Sept. 8th, 9:00am - 1:30pm being offered at SRVHS.   This test will give you a sense of the questions and format for each type of test. The cost is $30, and proceeds benefit the SRVHS Academic Boosters organization programs.  Registration is now open and can be found on the AB page of the SRVHS website, or accessed through this link . Register today as space is limited!    

Job Opportunities
  • The Town of Danville is hiring program assistants/site leaders and program leaders to work in its Teen Center. The pay can range from $11 to $23.88 per hour depending on the job position and your experience. Pick up a flyer in the center or click here to apply.
  • Alina B European Fashion Boutique in Blackhawk is hiring. See the flyer on the job board or posted on SchoolLoop. Contact the store at 510.928.7549 or for more information.

Volunteer Opportunities
  • Join the Danville Library Teen Advisory Board. See the application on School Loop. Applications are due to the Danville Library by Sept. 21st.
  • Are you a Sophomore or Junior who is interested in a medical career? Would you like to volunteer at John Muir Hospital’s program? Stop by the CCC for an application and see SchoolLoop posting for details. Applications are due to the CCC by the end of lunch on Aug. 27th.

Special Programs
Attention high school women interested in pursuing a career in medicine and/or engineering!  Perry Outreach Program on Sat. Oct. 6th at the University of California San Francisco. T he Perry Outreach Program is a free, one-day, hands-on experience at UCSF. Students will hear from women leaders in these fields and try it for themselves by performing mock orthopedic surgeries and bio-mechanics experiments. Must be in grades 10-12. Click here for Perry Program information. Access the application here .
Janet Willford
Class Shirts
If you ordered your class shirt through the spirit store online, they will be available for pick up in the Quad on Wed. Aug. 22nd at lunch near the Kiosk . Wear your class shirt on Fri. Aug. 24th to the Welcome Back Rally and Dance!

Amici’s SRVHS Fundraiser Benefitting the Class of 2020
Wed. Aug. 22nd
Amici’s East Coast Pizzeria, 720 Camino Ramon, Danville 925-837-9800
Dine-in or Take-Out (No Deliveries) Mention SRVHS , and 25% of the proceeds will benefit the San Ramon Valley High Class of 2020!

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!
Peter Scarpelli
Welcome to our New Athletic Director, Peter Scarpelli !
Lifeguards are needed for WaterPolo Practice
Ceal Barlett, Wendy Sula, and Danny Dubuk
New Families Principal Welcome
We welcome new and returning parents to this informative event on Wed. Aug. 22nd, from 7:00-8:30pm . in the Library. You will have the opportunity to meet and gather information from our Academic Counselors, Career Center specialists, the Assistant Principals, the San Ramon Student Ambassadors, and our Principal, Jason Krolikowski. There will be time for Q&A. No RSVP necessary. Click here for a flyer. Any questions or concerns? Please contact Ceal Barlett or Wendy Sula .
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:
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

Thanks to all who came to the meeting after Back to School Night!
Click the link above that will take you to our class page, for a look at the Powerpoint that was presented, and a link to the Signup Genius for GRAD NIGHT 2019!

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  for any questions.
Junior Class Officers
Kenny Yu, Class President
Jack Riley, Class Vice President
Drew Price, Class Secretary
Tommy Canavan, Class Treasurer

Amici’s SRVHS Fundraiser Benefitting the Class of 2020
Wed. Aug. 22nd
Amici’s East Coast Pizzeria, 720 Camino Ramon, Danville 925-837-9800
Dine-in or Take-Out (No Deliveries) Mention SRVHS , and 25% of the proceeds will benefit the San Ramon Valley High Class of 2020!

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. If you are interested in volunteering for one of the following 2018-19 Class of 2020 events please let us know.

SRVHS Homecoming Oct. 8th - Oct. 13th, 2018
  • Float Building Location: We’ll need a location to build the float beginning Fri. Oct. 1st
  • Float Building Leaders: We need 1-2 co-leads.
  • Flatbed Truck: Need a flatbed truck approximately 20-25 ft in length to use for the float.

Junior Prom, Saturday, Mar. 16th, 2019 at the Scottish Rite Center in Oakland
Need 1-2 parents to lead a committee of Junior class parents to decorate and set-up the morning of Junior Prom.

Class of 2020 Grad Night

Thank you for your support... GO WOLVES!
Class of 2020 Parent Representatives

Stay Informed with the Class of 2022 through Social Media. Click on the web page link above to find out how.
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: Oct. 8th - Oct. 13th, 2018
* Sophomore Cruise: Sat. April 27th, 2019

We have several ways for you to get involved with school events. Please take a look at our WEBPAGE that has the Class of 2022 Sign Up Genius to see where you can jump in. All of these beloved traditions and annual events take many volunteers and it's really rewarding to work together as a team to create high school memories for our kids!

Please let us know if we can help in some way. Welcome to the Wolf Pack!

Your SRV Class of 2022 Reps,
Melissa Candy
Carrie Shapiro
Iris Tessler

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 .

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
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