San Ramon Valley High School

SRVHS Weekly Bulletin



Good Luck to our Speech and Debate Students competing at the State Tournament this weekend in Mountain House, California. Scott Hostelly, Braeden Pugh, and Jack Clawson will be representing SRVHS as a part of the top 64 debaters and speakers in the State! Go Wolves!


Thank you for all the amazing donations at the 2018 Talent Show! Together as a community we raised over $4000 for the Madsen family!


2018 SRV Father Daughter Dance: Ties and Tiaras! April 20, 2018 is the annual SRV Father Daughter Dance. The suggested donation is $20 per family at the door, and all age female siblings are also welcome!  If your Dad can’t attend, adopt a family and come along. Come from 7:30-9:30PM, and we will be playing a variety of music with DJ Hightop to please all generations.


21st Century Learning Foundation 2018 Senior Awards 


The 21st Century Learning Foundation is proud to offer two awards for the 2017-2018 school year. These awards are open to all senior students who are planning to go to a four-year college, community college or trade school in the fall of 2018.


The purpose of the awards is to recognize and reward San Ramon Valley High School students who demonstrate a clear understanding of 21st century learning skills.


Award: A laptop of choice, up to $1500 in value.

Submission Deadline:  April 20, 2018 by 9pm


For more details on how to apply click here


Please send all submissions to Carol Mascali, 21st Century Learning Foundation Scholarship Chair. You will receive a confirmation receipt within 24 hours.

Join us for the Autism Awareness Walk on April 21, 2018 in Concord! Participate in the 2 mile walk and register by April 11. (Registration fee: $25.00) To register online use the eventbrite link below or download and print registration form at mail form (with check made payable to): Adaptive Learning Center, 3227 Clayton Road, Concord, Ca 94519



The TRAFFIX bus program is entering its 9th year of service, providing safe, convenient and affordable transportation for students. The program has helped reduce the number of vehicle trips during school pick-ups and drop-offs and significantly reduces the carbon footprint in Danville and San Ramon every year.

Parents are saving time and money and kids love riding the bus. This helps your student build confidence and independence while doing a great service to our community in getting cars off the road during rush hour.

For the 2018 – 2019 School Year, the SR-21 bus will serve San Ramon Valley High School.

You can look at the SR-21 route here.


Passes for the 2018 - 2019 school year go on sale on April 23, 2018 at 7:00 AM and will be sold on a first come, first served basis.  The price for a High School Bus Pass is $335.

The bus at San Ramon Valley High is expected to sell out.

Visit early to purchase your pass starting April 23rd!

Questions? Call 925-866-8739 or email


Did you know that 1 million teens experience homelessness in the US every year? Their most requested item is a pair of jeans. SRV is holding a Teens for Jeans drive from 4/23 through 5/2. Please drop off your gently used jeans to the labeled bin in the attendance office. Thanks for supporting this worthy cause. Questions? Contact Collin O'Grady at


April 25th, at lunch there will be a Military Branch Fair, plus a couple of ROTC reps on campus, hosted by the Career Center in the Quad!


Seniors…Want to try out for Graduation Speaker or sing at the ceremony? Please go to these links for details and sign ups!

Speaker Try outs April 25

Song Try outs April 26:


Senior Picnic


Senior Picnic is on Friday April 27, 2018 at Discovery Kingdom. The $35 price includes transportation and admission to park. Bring cash for lunch- no outside food allowed in the park (unless you have food allergies). If you have a season pass you can go for free but must reserve a seat on the bus with Mrs. Willford in R16. Cost for Bus only is $10.00. For cash payments, please see Ms. Bellamy, brunch and lunch only. We will meet in front of the Main GYM on Friday, April 27th at 8:45 AM, to begin boarding the buses. MAKE SURE YOU HAVE AN ID CARD! We will depart Discovery Kingdom at 2:30 PM and should arrive at SRVHS around 3:30 PM



Sophomore Cruise


Cruise Date: Saturday, April 28th, 2018. Check in at SRVHS by 4:30pm, (buses departing at 5:00pm and returning approximately 10:45pm). MAKE SURE YOU HAVE AN ID CARD! The Cruise departs at 7:00pm and returns at 10:00pm. 

In addition to cruising the Bay, the night will include great food, a DJ, green screen photo booth, poker tables and more! Dress casual, but bring layers for the weather on the Bay.


Last Day to purchase tickets is 4/13/2018. Sorry, no refunds. Do not miss out on this fun Sophomore tradition!


Please support the Instrumental Music Program’s spring online fundraiser that is live  now through April 30th,1,wFxA8Wjjjmaba6-tYgKxuDhc11K_qOuUDPh8fgZs_GpMIHXwMPfbcEMN4yRLsv6P-GsjDyHf5AdWTdGGNfjLEI5YgjADK3_e-FxTSS0a4G0LwPtD7h7eqoU,&typo=1). 


All donations and shares via social media, text and email are greatly appreciated in order to keep our music program strong and fun for all SRVHS students. Thank you!


Volunteer Opportunities:

BACKPACK AND SCHOOL SUPPLY DRIVE FOR LOCAL KIDS IN NEED (MARCH-APRIL): Did you know that there are tons of foster kids and kids in need right in our own school district?  Last year the school district was in desperate need of backpacks and school supplies and the PTH Club along with the generous support of our SRV families came to the rescue! This year we’d like to collect in advance so that the district is not faced with a shortage this fall.  Please consider donating of the following items on or before April 30th to the Pledge To Humanity bins in the school office. Supplies Needed: New or gently used backpacks (washed with no holes), binder paper, binders, calculators, USB sticks to save data, pens, pencils. There is a need for ONE working laptop, if you have a working laptop that you want to donate, please contact  (please don’t leave laptops in the office).


Do you have any extra non-perishable goods and want to help provide people with healthy food who can't afford it? Support the WE Charity Club's food drive by bringing cans of food to the attendance office that will be donated to the Contra Costa Food Bank. This will count as a passive point for CSF. Thank you so much for your support!


ATTENTION SENIORS: Cap/gowns will be delivered on Thursday, May 3rd during brunch and lunch in front of the Commons.  This is the ONLY delivery day so all seniors must pick up their cap and gown at this time!


SRV Leadership is thinking of hosting a Pantene Beautiful Lengths Make the Cut (8 inches of hair) program on May 4th! IF you would be interested in donating check out this link and sign up!


Applications to join National Honor Society for next year are due on Wednesday, May 9th.  The application packet is on Mr. Melvin’s web page found in the Staff Directory on the school web site.  Please contact Mr. Melvin or stop by R-42 if you need further information.


Need a CSF or NHS passive point? DONATE TO THE SOCK DRIVE run by the Danville Closet Club! The socks will go to local foster teens and students in need. Socks need to be NEW, but can be ANY SIZE/COLOR.


We’ve added more Start Smart classes!


Wednesday, May 9th

Village Theatre, Danville

Register HERE


Wednesday, August 15th

California High School Theater

Register HERE


This Start Smart class is part of the San Ramon Valley’s Street Smarts program and is a partnership between CHP, Street Smarts, and the San Ramon Valley Unified School District (SRVUSD). SRVUSD students AND their parent/guardian MUST attend a CHP Start Smart class in order to be eligible for a parking permit.

Start Smart is a FREE two hour highly impactful interactive traffic safety class designed for drivers or soon to be drivers 15-19 years of age and their parents to discuss the serious laws, obligations, responsibilities, and family expectations that are part of driving a vehicle. Despite safer vehicles, better roads, and countless driving programs, the numbers of young drivers who have lost their lives due to traffic collisions have remained fairly constant. However, these deaths and injuries can be substantially reduced by eliminating high-risk behaviors.

Upon attending the class, students will receive a certificate of completion and it’s recommended that students hold on to this certificate.



For more information, please visit


Senior Ball


Class of 2018, Senior Ball "Black and White" May 19, 2018 7:30-11:30pm Academy of Sciences San Francisco

Seniors, Class of 2018 Purchase Your Senior Ball ticket here (if you are a SENIOR)

Cost: $105.00 NO REFUNDS

If you are bringing a 
NON SRVHS Guest, Please see Ms. Bellamy with your completed guest pass, at LUNCH or BRUNCH to purchase the ticket IN PERSON beginning April 30th. You must buy YOUR TICKET and the GUEST ticket at the same time. MAKE SURE YOU HAVE AN ID CARD!

Submit your guest paperwork to your Assistant Principal for approval.


Juniors, Sophomore and Freshmen: Purchase your ticket here: You must include your Senior dates name


Cost is $125.00 NO REFUNDS


ALL ATTENDEES to Ball, must have a valid ID.

You are not issued a ticket to the Ball. Your ticket is loaded to your ID card, and you will be scanned in for admission. This pertains to both SRV and Non-SRVHS guests.


The Baccalaureate for the Graduating Seniors takes place on Sunday, May 20th at 4 pm at The Rock Church on 2615 Camino Tassajara in Danville. The Freshman Class is hosting the event and is responsible for providing cookies, waters, and other goodies for this event and volunteers to help things run smoothly. Those who volunteer are asked to come at 2:25 to help with collecting donations of cookies and waters being dropped off. Volunteers will also set up tables with refreshments. Donations can be dropped off between 2:30-4:00 pm on Sunday, May 20th at The Rock Church. Thank you for all of your help!


Do you know a student with strong leadership skills? California State PTA is now accepting applications for students to serve on our state board. Students are valuable members of the California State PTA Board of Managers, and as full voting members, they share their perspectives on current issues, voice their concerns and provide insights during the meetings they attend. Student board members must be at least 16 years of age and no more than 19 years of age by July 1, 2018. Selected students would serve on the California State PTA Board of Managers from July 1, 2018, through June 30, 2019. Learn more about the requirements and apply online at


The Mount Diablo Speech and Debate Academy is a two-week intensive forensics experience for students ages 12-18. It is instructed by the SRVHS Co-Coach Blake Longfellow. For eight days, eight hours a day students will work with national champion caliber coaches from high school and college circuits across the country. With one of the nation's most elite staff of forensics coaches, MDSDA is truly a remarkable experience for the student with aspirations of a state or national final round. Each day features a combination of group exercises where all students are together and smaller break out sessions where students choose a specific event to work on. We offer students the opportunity to develop any of the individual events offered in California, or to work with a partner for parliamentary debate. In order to ensure the highest caliber of coaching, we are accepting just 30 students into this elite forensics experience. Reserve your spot today at


Did you know that there are tons of foster kids and kids in need right in our own school district?  Last year the school district was in desperate need of backpacks and school supplies and the PTH Club along with the generous support of our SRV families came to the rescue! This year we’d like to collect in advance so that the district is not faced with a shortage this fall.  Please consider donating of the following items on or before April 30th to the Pledge To Humanity bins in the school office.

Supplies Needed: New or gently used backpacks (washed with no holes), binder paper, binders, calculators, USB sticks to save data, pens, pencils. There is a need for ONE working laptop, if you have a working laptop that you want to donate, please contact  (pls don’t leave laptops in the office).



Attendance policy requires that students sign in when arriving late and sign out when leaving early. As our policy indicates, students that do not sign out before leaving campus will be marked as truant. In January 2018, students that do not sign in when arriving late will also be marked truant for any periods that they miss. This is a safety policy that will  be enforced. For our full attendance policy, please see the attendance link on our webpage:


ID REMINDER: Students will need to have their ID card when checking out a textbook or novel at the Textbook Office.  If they do not have it, they will be charged a $10 fine to get a new ID card. 

Remember to have your Student ID card in your possession at school at all times. Also, you must have your ID to attend any athletic event (home or away), dances and off-campus events. If you lose your ID card, you can get a replacement from Ms. Bellamy. Replacement cost is $10.00


LUNCH REMINDER: Any lunch or food item delivered to a student will now be dropped off on the table located outside the Attendance door. Due to safety concerns with the high level of foot traffic in the Attendance Office, lunch or food items will no longer be kept in the office. Please be advised that we are not responsible for any lunches that go missing. Thank you in advance for your cooperation and understanding.



If you are parking your vehicle on Rubicon Circle in the housing complex adjacent to our campus, we have been asked by law enforcement to give you notice that if you continue, your car will be towed at your expense. The homeowners are taking action, and will begin towing vehicles immediately. If you have any questions, please fill free to reach out to the Danville Police Department.


Tech Help - If any students need to check out a Chromebook or need additional tech help, please stop by the Tech Room in the Admin Building at Brunch, Homeroom, Access, Lunch, or After School.

Seniors (2018), Juniors (2019), Sophomores (2020): Please stay informed about school and class events! Enroll in the class texting service! Here is how: Just text to 40404: Follow @TextSRV19" (use correct number for your class 18, 19, 20) and only one space is between follow and @. For Class of 2020 text to 40404: Follow @SRVCLASSOF2021 (only use one space in between Follow and @). If you don't want twitter SPAM, text Discover OFF when you are enrolled.




It was a great day of racing at Granite Bay this past Sunday for Season Race #4. The weather was perfect and the trail had some very technically challenging short rock features and climbs. Of our 17 racers we had 9 post top 15 finishes. Gabriella Dube took 4th place in Varsity Ladies.  In JV Boys, Sean Wallace took 5th place, Jaden Davis 8th. In the Sophomore race, Jonathan Gruver placed 8th and Joey Kerr came finished in the 12th spot. Finn Featherstonhaugh represented the Frosh group, finishing in 15th.  Other racers representing SRV on the track were Jordan Matlock, Jason Trafus, Liam Multhaup, Jalen Guy,  Chase Quinn, Charlie Nickelson, and Logan Johnson.



ON-LINE AUCTION IS NOW OPEN THRU APRIL 20TH OVER 70 GREAT ITEMS TO CHOOSE FROM FIESTA DINNER Live Auction Fundraiser tickets going fast! April 21st at the Romrell FIESTA FUN HOUSE in Danville at 6pm Bring your family and friends and lets FIESTA! Thank you for your support! All Proceeds to benefit the Men's Lacrosse Program! Visit our Website at:,1,Jse8l8CWTa4X-dFvVXysnis2dm1Tm0xvgTeAyT7IFD7kkhqjOsRVzk3LhAJqtMfv2EDEeXjLR_x6eoBXwc_0UWhPrmrOL-Sb4R_DNFfS&typo=1


Girls Basketball Summer Camps 


Youth Camp is coming back! The Youth camp will be designed for young girls in the 3rd-8th grades and held June 4th-June 8th in the SRVHS Auxiliary gym. 

Date   June 4th-June 8th


  • 3rd-5th Grades 8:00am-10:00am
  • 6th-8th Grades 10:00am-12:00pm


Cost    $125.00 


Sign-up Form and Waiver of Liability are required with your check to sign up and hold a spot

Forms and Information can be found on the SRVHS website >Athletics >Winter >Girls Basketball >Summer


The 2018 High School Camp will be the biggest and most challenging we have had for the girls and will offer more than 120 hours of instruction, competition and skill development during the months of June and July. We will be utilizing Dr. Dish Shooting Machines for shot accuracy improvement, Video Shot Analysis by Glory League and Vertimax Strength and Speed Training Platforms, the same Vertimax platforms used by 15 NBA teams including your Golden State Warriors.



Dates and times vary for the girl’s high school camp due to gym availability so please see the attached calendar of events


Cost $425.00 if paid by 5/1/2018, $475.00 after 5/1/2018


Sign-up Form and Waiver of Liability are required with your check to sign up and hold a spot

Forms and Information can be found on the SRVHS website >Athletics >Winter >Girls Basketball >Summer


SRV Athletic Boosters is now on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter!

Follow us on Instagram > srvathleticboosters

Follow us on Twitter > @srvathboosters

Join our Facebook Group > SRV Athletic Boosters

Stay current on our Athletic Program and Athletes. Learn about special promotions and items for SRV Spirit Wear Available thru our webstore. GO WOLVES!!!




On Friday, May 18, 2018 during lunch, SRVHS will be holding a College Athlete Luncheon for the 2017-18 school year sponsored by Athletic Boosters and Leadership.  All student-athletes who are going on to play college athletics regardless of division are invited to attend. In order to recognize all of the eligible students, I am reaching out to parents and coaches of students of the class of 2018 to gather information. Please send me an email message with your student's name, the name of the college, and the sport they will be playing by Monday, May 7th, 2018 at so that we may include your student in the SRVHS event. Thank you.


Mr. Ochs


We are looking for 8 adults (from any grade) to help chaperone part of the Senior Ball at the California Academy of Science's Aquarium portion of the evening from 8 - 10:30 on May 19th. Detailed Instructions given at the Academy, and food and drinks will be provided. Sign up here:


San Ramon High Academic Boosters has launched the 2018 spring fundraising campaign.  It is our hope that strong support during this campaign will assist us in planning the school’s master schedule for the fall.


Why should you donate? 

Academic Boosters is our school “Ed Fund”.  It is the only group on campus that adds extra sections or class periods to the master schedule.   This important benefit is unique to our school, because it helps us reduce class size and allows us to offer a variety of electives that are not otherwise covered by state or local funding.  Every dollar raised here, stays here at SRV.  Last year Academic Boosters were able to give me 16 extra class sections to add to the schedule.  This year they would like to fund 18 sections, but they can’t do it without your support.


While the bulk of the Academic Booster budget (80%) goes toward adding extra sections, the remainder of the budget supports important programs such as:  College and Career Center staffing, after school library hours, free tutoring labs, SAT/ACT test prep, individual scholarships and club grants at SRV.


Please help us plan for the 2018 academic year by donating now.    Our school is only as strong as the community that supports us. 

Suggested per student donation is $495.  Online donation link can be found here:


DONATE NOW TO SRV ED FUND or by sending a check (preferred) to:

SRVHS Academic Boosters

P.O. Box 1004 

Danville CA 94526 


You may email them at:  for any questions or suggestions.  They also accept corporate matching funds.  Thank you for your support.





Preparations for Grad Night 2018 is in full swing!  Drop by our work site at 12647 Alcosta Blvd., Bishop Ranch 15, Suite 100, San Ramon to see our progress.  There are still a few areas that we need help from you to fill.  As they say, “Many hands make light work.”  Many of these do not require a large time commitment.  We only have weeks left to create the most memorable grad night!

Here are the areas we could use your assistance:

Outdoor Activities Area (Design):  Design the area where our kids play games and outdoor activities during the evening.  Our incredible design chairs already have some great ideas for this project.  Just need a fun loving parent to implement them.

Massage Room (Design):  Create the indoor oasis for our students to relax and get a massage after a hard day at graduation.  Again, work with our amazing design chairs to bring their design to life.

Casino (Activities):  Work with one of our most experienced parents at casino activities to create the perfect poker tournament and casino activities for our kid card sharks on their special evening. 

Food Committee (Hospitality): Lend a hand to our great food chair to help organize the food donations and logistics to give our kids a night of incredible cuisine.

Donations/Prizes (Admin): Our donation and prize chairs need help with securing and choosing prizes for the raffles, poker tournament and gift bags.  Let’s give the kids some things to take with them to remember this special evening.

Electrical/Technology (Design): Someone to interface with our AV company to make sure all things electrical are connected properly, and someone with knowledge of technology to help with the movie theater, dance room and gaming rooms

Check out the Sign-Up Genius to see where your friends are volunteering!:

If you are interested in any of the volunteer opportunities above or would like more information, please email Shelley Clark - today!


Grad Night 2018 Committee


Athletic Boosters has two board positions coming open - Treasurer and Director of Corporate Matching. If you are interested in either of these positions, please contact Jeff Romrell at


Dear Parents,


Are you cleaning out your closets?  Please consider the library!

We are looking for gently used, family appropriate games for our space to encourage student decompression.


For example, we’d love these types of games: Checkers, Chess, Jenga, Apples to Apples, etc.

There is a bin in the attendance office that says “Library Games” if you wish to contribute to the fun.


Thank you,

Jessica Ringwood, Teacher-Librarian



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Did you know Academic Boosters sponsors after school library hours until 4 PM every Monday - Thursday


Great place to go after the last bell rings before launching in to after-school extracurricular programs or athletics. 

SRV Library Hours: 
Monday - Thursday 7:30 AM-4:00 PM
Friday 7:30-2:30.


Senior Parents: If you have not already completed the permission forms for GRAD NIGHT, please do so soon. Click here: to download forms.  Once complete, please leave them in the Grad Night box in the Attendance office. Thank you so much! Jen Martin/Grad Night Admin



Senior Class collecting empty Original manufacturers ink cartridges. All sizes!  Check with your employer, family & friends. 

Please drop off in the Main Office with Ms. Molano or drop them off at my house. 

Diane Thompson 

359 Liverpool Street 

Danville 94506 


Danville Square (Trader Joe's center) and Garden Creek Townhomes have requested that parents/student refrain from dropping off/ picking up and parking in these locations during school hours.  Those in violation may be subject to tow.  Thank you in advance for your cooperation!


Important Dates to Remember:

  • Friday, May 22nd, 7:30a-9a Dads on Campus (DOC): Goodbye Coffee in the Quad presented by Danny Dubuk
  • Tuesday, May 29th, 6:30a-7:30a Finals Breakfasts in front of Senior Lot and D Building sponsored by PTSA
  • Wednesday through Friday, May 30th through June 1st, 7:30a-8:30a Finals Breakfasts in front of Senior Lot and D Building sponsored by PTSA


College and Career Center

Center Hours:  Monday – Thursday 7:30am – 3:30pm (co-sponsored by Academic Boosters)

STUDENTS/PARENTS:  Watch the SchoolLoop news portal for updates and postings DAILY!


Upcoming Events

  • Military Day: April 25 @ lunch for students in the Quad. Army, Navy, Marines and Air Force, ROTC and Academies will be represented. 
  • College Fair: SF Cow Palace, April 28, 1:30-4:30 (
  • Alameda County Job Fair: April 28, 1-4 p.m. go to to apply.
  • Widener University (PA) in CCC: April 30 @ lunch.  Sign up on Naviance to attend.
  • Seniors: May 1st is National Commitment Day. You must commit to a college no later than May 1st and each college may have a different ‘time stamp’ for when this must be completed (ie west coast/east coast). Check your college for specific time regulations. You may only “commit” to one college but, you may remain on multiple wait lists. 
  • Class of 2019 (to be Senior) Parents/Students College Application Presentation: Counseling will be providing an overview presentation of the College Application process to Junior Parents/Students so that you have an understanding of what lies ahead and what you can do this summer to prepare. Watch for upcoming information, May 2nd, SRVHS Commons at 6:30.
  • College Fair @ St. Mary’s College, May 5, 1:00 to 4:30 - Details on Schoolloop News and attached link to RSVP and see a complete list of schools:


Seniors: Still trying to figure out post SRVHS plans? Many out of state schools have rolling admissions which means they are still accepting applications and have great programs in business, architecture, health sciences, engineering, dance/theater, journalism/communications, veterinary and more: A few schools include: Arizona State, Boise State, Colorado State, Michigan State, Mississippi State, Oregon State, Texas Tech U, U of Alabama, U of Arizona, U of Idaho, U of Kansas, U of Missouri, U of Nevada-Reno, U of Tennessee, Ole Miss, and U of Kentucky. Check out their websites or come see us in C&CC to discuss.


April 30 – May 3rd – Las Positas College FastPass Event: Seniors interested in attending Las Positas who still need to register – see flyer in school loop news feed with specific dates/times or go to .  LPC is offering FastPass registration (application, orientation, testing, course registration and more for students who have not yet completed the process for summer/fall admissions).  Different days/times are available, first come, first served.


May 12th Diablo Valley College Viking SEA Day at DVC’s Pleasant Hill campus. Seniors: this event is for high school seniors that have applied to DVC for the summer or fall semester, and have yet to complete the steps to enroll (online orientation, assessment, Counseling-095).  The day offers the opportunity to complete the steps, and to actually register for summer and/or fall classes. Registration for this event is required, as we will be preparing a checklist for each student that will note what items have been completed, as well as those to take care of on that Saturday.  If a student has not registered for the upcoming terms, then that is the only step they will be able to complete on the 12th, as the application processing takes several hours (upload from Open CCC to our system, username/portal access is generated, etc.). 


RSVP link to the 5/12 event registration page is (also posted on school loop news).   Students must RSVP by 5/8 or earlier.


May 13 – 17th Exploring College Options is a special recruitment program sponsored by the undergraduate admissions offices of five of the country's leading universities: Duke UniversityGeorgetown UniversityHarvard University, the University, and Stanford University. At each event, representatives from the five universities will conduct brief slide presentations about their institution and answer your questions about the sometimes-mystifying world of college admissions. For a complete list of presentation locations, dates and times AND to RSVP go to:


SCHOLARSHIPS: Plus more posted on Naviance (Colleges Tab). 

  1. SRVHS Athletic Boosters – $1000 each, due 4/22 
  2. Danville Area Chamber of Commerce, $1000. Due 4/27.
  3. SRVHS CSF Scholarship - $ TBD, Due 5/5
  4. Blackhawk Women’s Federated Scholarship - $1000




There are many colleges still accepting applications.  Some private and/or out of state schools remain open until spots are filled and they don’t face impaction as many CA schools do. Confirm deadlines on the college website but if you are still considering options go to: for a list of colleges by application due dates.  A few schools include: Arizona State, Boise State, Colorado State, Franklin U Switzerland, Macquarie U in Australia, Michigan State, Mississippi State, Oregon State, Texas Tech U, U of Alabama, U of Arizona, U of Idaho, U of Kansas, U of Missouri, U of Nevada-Reno, U of Tennessee, Ole Miss, and U of Kentucky. Check out their websites or come see us in C&CC to discuss.


Community Collegeapply now: If you are considering DVC, Las Positas or other community college the time to apply is now. Log on to their website and begin the enrollment process. 


Four Year Decisions

  • Financial Aid Award letters will arrive soon after acceptance letters. If you completed the FAFSA, this information will show you the total Cost of Attendance (COA) and outline how the University suggests you may pay for it (scholarship, grants, student or parent loans, work study, etc.). You will have the option to accept or decline each of the line items presented.  For questions call the college financial aid office directly, they are your best resource for understanding the nuances of financial aid.
  • May 1st is National Commitment Day. You must commit to a college no later than May 1st and each college may have a different ‘time stamp’ for when this must be completed (ie west coast/east coast?). You may only “commit” to one college, but you may remain on multiple wait lists! 
  • Let colleges know if you will NOT be attending and thank them. Some colleges have a link you can click on to decline. For others, you can simply email their admissions department and let them know.


Please update your Naviance Portals with admission and commitment decisions: As you receive college notifications, please update your Colleges I’m Applying to List with admission and decision status.


CSU Bound: CSU’s require students meet a guideline for their placement into Math and English. Some students may be exempt based on SAT/ACT scores, CAASPP scores, and/or based on SRVHS coursework.  If a CSU has indicated that you need to complete this requirement, follow up accordingly.


Wait Lists:  Some colleges use wait lists as part of their enrollment strategy.  Know that you should accept an offer of admission to another college by May 1st and then if you are offered a space at your wait listed college, you may then withdraw your commitment to the first college and deposit at your waitlist school.



ACT & SAT testing:  All registrations for the official ACT or SAT are done on the testing websites not at the high schools. Each site offers free online test prep.  Be sure to designate colleges to receive your scores when you sign up for/or take the test.  This service is free for up to 4 campuses, per test date.  For more info. and to register go to  SAT; ACT:



Mock Combo ACT/SAT:  April 28th at SRVHS. Academic booster’s offers mock test prep opportunities to students throughout the year. This session is geared to end of year sophomores to give them an idea of how the ACT and SAT are similar and/or different as they begin to think about taking the SAT - ACT during their junior year. To sign up, or for more info, please go to and click in the center of the page on Booster Groups – Academic Boosters – Testing Seminar Schedule. 


Volunteering, Job Board, Summer Activities (work permits available in the C&CC)


Summer Reading Skills and Speed Reading Programs offered through the Cal State East Bay Extension program in Danville, Livermore and Pleasanton.  Pick up a flyer in the C&CC.  Or call 800-903-0162, or visit the website:


Do you love animals? Check out these Summer Camp Counselor Jobs at ARF!!  We are currently hiring Camp Counselors and Lead Counselors for our upcoming Camp ARF summer sessions.  We are looking for energetic and enthusiastic teens, ages 14 and up, who love animals, working with kids, or both and would like to gain some work experience while having a ton of fun! Summer sessions run Monday-Friday from June 11 – August 17 and we look for counselors who are able to commit to 4 or more weeks of camp.  The full job description and details on how to apply can be found here:


Junior Counselor Positions Available - Camp Jano India

Camp Jano India is a fun filled, high energy cultural camp for grades K-8. Knowledge of Hindi Language is not a requirement. Camp locations are in San Ramon, Palo Alto and Santa Clara and are from 9-4:30 p.m, weekly all summer long. Minimum commitment to be a camp counselor is for one week during the summer, but volunteers can commit for multiple weeks. To apply, send your resume to or call 650-493-1566. Deadline to apply is June 1.


American Swim Academy is holding open interviews for swim instructors on Tues 4/24 and 4/28 in Dublin, and 4/23 and 4/28 in Livermore.  Pick up a flyer in the C&CC or see the posting on School loop.  Applicants must be at least 15 years old; pay is $12-$17 per hour.


Adventure Day Camp in Lafayette is looking for counselors, woodworking instructors, waterfront instructors and more for their Walnut Creek and San Ramon locations! We are looking for enthusiastic, flexible, positive, creative and nurturing individuals to join our staff for the summer.  There are paid positions for 17 and up and Counselor in Training positions for 9th grade and up.  Applicants should be available full time from June 11th through August 10th, Monday - Friday approximately 8:00 am - 5:00 pm.  Applicants must complete our STAFF APPLICATION:


Thank you,

Mrs. Wise ( and Mrs. Schratz (


What’s Up!?

Friday April 20

Love Week: Love Your World

SRV Father/Daughter Dance 7:30-9:30PM in Aux Gym

Orchestra/ Band Invitational

JV and Varsity Swim 4pm @DVHS

Men’s Freshmen and Varsity Baseball 4pm @Foothill

Men’s JV Baseball 4pm vs. Foothill @SRVHS

Men’s JV and Varsity Lacrosse 5:30pm, 7pm @Foothill

Women’s JV and Varsity Lacrosse 5:30pm, 7pm vs. Foothill @SRVHS


Saturday April 21

Orchestra/ Band Invitational

Women’s Basketball Open Gym 10am-12 pm @Main Gym

Men’s Hockey 4:45pm vs. San Ramon Grizzlies @Dublin Iceland

TBA- Frosh/ Sophomore Track and Field Championships

Men’s Freshmen Baseball 10am @James Logan

Men’s JV Baseball 12pm @Ukiah

TBA- Men’s Varsity Baseball @Ukiah


Sunday April 22

WIFF for Juniors 1-3pm @Football Field

Men’s Hockey 7:45pm vs. Amador Dons @Dublin Iceland


Monday April 23

WIFF 3:30pm-4:30pm @Football Field

Women’s Basketball Open Gym 6pm-8pm @Aux Gym

TBA- Men’s Golf 3:30pm vs. Transbay


Tuesday April 24

Early Release (Minimum Day)

WIFF 2-4 @Stadium Field

Men’s Varsity Tennis 4pm @MVHS

Men’s JV Tennis 4pm vs. MVHS @SRVHS

Men’s Varsity Golf 3:30pm @Dublin

Men’s JV Golf 3:30pm vs. Dublin @Home

Women’s JV Softball 4pm @Livermore

Women’s Varsity Softball 4pm vs. Livermore @SRVHS

Men’s JV and Varsity Volleyball 5pm, 6pm vs. Foothill @SRVHS

Women’s JV and Varsity Lacrosse 5:30pm, 7pm vs. St. Ignatius @SRVHS


Wednesday April 25

Dance Spring Show

AP Test Pre-Admin Session (required) Last Names A-K in the Commons at Access

Men’s Varsity Golf 3:30pm vs. Livermore @SRVHS

Men’s JV Golf 3:30pm vs. Livermore @Away

Track and Field 4pm @MVHS

Men’s Freshmen and Varsity Baseball 4pm @Livermore

Men’s JV Baseball 4pm vs. Livermore @SRVHS


Thursday April 26

Military Branch fair, & ROTC reps on campus, hosted by the Career Center in the Quad

Dance Spring Show

Senior Night: JV and Varsity Swimming 4pm vs. Monte Vista @SRVHS

AP Test Pre-Admin Session (required) Last Names L-Z in the Commons at Access

Women’s Varsity Softball 4pm @Cal High

Women’s JV Softball 4pm vs. Cal High @SRVHS

Men’s Varsity Golf 3:30pm vs. Monte Vista @Livermore/Granada

Men’s JV Golf 3:30pm vs. Monte Vista @Away

Men’s JV and Varsity Volleyball 5pm, 6pm vs. Livermore @SRVHS


Friday April 27

Dance Spring Show

Discovery Kingdom Class of 2018

Men’s Hockey 4:45pm vs. Monte Vista @Dublin Iceland

TBA- Varsity Track and Field Eaton Warren Relay Invitational @Away

Men’s Varsity Baseball 4pm vs. Cal High @SRVHS

Men’s Freshmen and JV Baseball 4pm @Cal High

Men’s JV and Varsity Lacrosse 5:30pm, 7pm vs. Livermore @SRVHS

Women’s JV and Varsity Lacrosse 5:30pm, 7pm @Livermore


Saturday April 28

Sophomore Cruise 5pm Class of 2020

Women’s Basketball Open Gym 10am-12pm @Main Gym

Men’s Hockey 6:30pm vs. Dougherty @Dublin Iceland

TBA- Varsity Track and Field Last Chance PV Invite @SRVHS

TBA- Varsity Track and Field Sacramento M.O.C. @Away

Men’s Freshmen and Varsity Baseball 1pm, 10am @Cal High

Men’s JV Baseball 10am vs. Cal High @SRVHS

Women’s JV and Varsity Lacrosse 10am, 1pm vs. Novato @SRVHS


For those planning ahead for 2018-19 here are some dates to save!

Wolf Pack Days: Thursday August 2nd and Wednesday August 8th

Freshmen Orientation Thursday August 9th

Teacher Work Day Friday August 10th

Homecoming Week October 8-13, 2018

Prom March 16, 2019

Senior Ball May 18, 2019