- Sister School Program
October: College Day at Peres: Approximately 20 SRVHS students make brief presentations to the Peres 4th – 6th grade classrooms to promote readiness for High School and College. Parent Chaperones and Drivers are needed.
Halloween: SRVHS Students and Parents collect used Halloween costumes and coordinate SRVHS students attending the annual Halloween Parade at Peres. Parent Drivers and Chaperones needed.
December: Holiday Gift Drive: SRVHS Students and Parents collect a holiday gift for each of Peres’ 600 students. There is a theme such as “outdoor play” or “board games”. Main activities: Coordinate the communication for requests in the school bulletin, school loop, Danville Patch, Nextdoor, Facebook, etc. Pick up gifts from Danville toy store and bring to SRVHS leadership room. Work with Leadership organizing gifts into age-appropriate categories. Parent Drivers and Chaperones needed.
February: 6th grade visit to SRVHS: The entire Peres 6th grade visits SRVHS on a rally day. We host the kids in our theatre, music, and science classrooms, along with the career center. We pay for the bus transportation for the students.
March: Read Across America Day: SRVHS Students and Parents collect age appropriate books, one for each of the 600+ students at Peres. The books are sorted by grade by Leadership students and distributed by 20-30 SRVHS students. We spend several hours at Peres playing with the kids at recess and reading to them in the classroom. Parent Drivers and Chaperones needed.
Be Buck Program: We provide small trinkets to assist with this reward program at Peres that “catches” kids “BEing” good. Trinkets collected and delivered by a SRVHS parent coordinator 4 x throughout the year.
Bike helmets: A local organization provides bikes to Peres at holiday time and the Sister School program funds the purchase of helmets.
Ongoing Family Outreach – We solicit donations of specific items when a need arises to give extra support to Peres families. Also, we continuously collect small toys and beanie babies to be used as prizes for various student performance incentive programs run by the school.