2016 - 2017 Homeroom Assembly Materials
Throughout the year, our administrative team will present a series of short presentations to the entire student body during homeroom periods. These presentations are designed with both administrative and student input and cover a variety of topics. You will find the materials and synopsis for each presentation listed in this area.
Homeroom Rotation #1: School Rules
- The purpose of this presentation was to go over some basic school rules for the year, including dress code and attendance policies. Students received a handout with these policies. Click here for the presentation and click here for a copy of the handout.
Homeroom Rotation #2: School Climate and Culture
- The purpose of the assembly was to discuss the highs and lows of culture and climate at SRVHS. The assembly was designed with leadership students to incorporate issues that the students felt were important. Click here for the presentation and click here for a copy of handout side one and handout side two.
Homeroom Rotation #3: Technology and Digital Citizenship
- The purpose of the assembly was to discuss the benefits and drawbacks of technology. The assembly was designed by administration with input from leadership students. Click here for the presentation and click here for a copy of handout pages 1-3 and handout page 4.
Homeroom Rotation #4: Day in the Life of a Student
- The purpose of the assembly was to showcase our Day in the Life of a Student program. "Day in the Life" is a idea which has evolved from our Challenge Success program as a way to build empathy between students and staff. Day in the Life of a Student is a two day immersive experience in which members of our staff experienced what it truly meant to be a SRV student. The 9th and 10th graders saw the experiences of Ms. Gliozzi and Mr. Cummaragunta (click here for presentation); the 11th and 12th graders saw the experiences of Ms. Scharff and Mr. Cochran (click here for presentation).