SRVHS Weekly Bulletin
WEEKLY BULLETIN 5/25/18
The Art for Charity Club, is having the LAST ART for Charity club sale this Tuesday at lunch in front of the aux gym. We will be selling cards, bracelets, sugar scrubs and other gifts that you can give to friends and family. All the proceeds will be going to the Malala fund which helps educate girls in underprivileged countries and towns.
Juniors: Class of 2019- You should have received a flyer in your Access class this past week, if not Studio One, is our photography company. You may contact the company directly for assistance. Their contact number is 925-361-0430. Leisl Burns or Robbie Hitchcock are your contacts.
Juniors: Want a SENIOR Parking spot? The senior parking info for next year is now on our website
Lost and Found from BALL! A few items were left on Saturday night, including a Black coat with a white pocket square. We believe someone took a black coat that belongs to another SRV student and left this coat that is currently in R16. We also found a set of car keys after Ball. If you are missing items from Ball come to R16!
Lost and Found - last chance to reclaim your stuff in the Counseling Office!
The Lost and Found consists of clothing and other items that have been left in classrooms, outdoors, in the gym, in Academic and PE lockers, and other locations throughout campus. The last chance to check the Lost and Found for your possessions before all items are donated is Tuesday, June 5th.
The Counseling Office (home of the Lost and Found) is open
Monday-Friday from 7:30am - 4:00pm.
Aloha Dress Up, Rally and Dance Friday May 25: Find your Best Aloha costumes and break them out for FRIDAY May 25th! Come to your last SRV rally of the year on Friday May 25th at 1:45 to watch Guy Girl, student of the year award presentations, updated senior slideshow, Dodgeball finals, cheer for a final time with your class, and more. Seniors meet outside by the Tennis Courts/Main Gym to enter together as a class for your last rally!
This Friday we will be honoring these amazing staff members for their incredible accomplishments at SRVHS. Please come support them at the Aloha Rally at 1:45pm
- Deb Erickson-Beyers
- Joy Brahmst
- Tom Fabular
The Aloha dance will be in the PAC Quad from 8-10:00PM and is free with ASB card or $10 without.
UNICEF Primo's Pizza and Cool Tea Bar Fundraisers: On Sunday May 27th, UNICEF is having a fundraiser at Primo's Pizza in Danville. State that you're with UNICEF when you order takeout, delivery, or dine in, and 25% of the proceeds will go to children and families in impoverished countries. On Wednesday May 30th, UNICEF is also having a fundraiser at Cool Tea Bar in Danville. Come join us and say that you're with UNICEF so that the proceeds will go towards the organization in helping out children in need across the world. The money from these fundraisers will aid troubled communities throughout the world in obtaining fresh water, food, clothes, and education.
On Tuesday, May 29th at 3PM there will be a short ceremony where we will be placing the memorial stone in the Memorial Garden for Ben Curry. The garden is in between the S-Hall and the Cafeteria. Anyone is welcome to attend.
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.
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 http://RideTRAFFIX.com early to purchase your pass starting April 23rd!
Questions? Call 925-866-8739 or email email@example.com.
Purchased cap/gowns were delivered on Thursday, May 3rd. If you missed the pick-up, please see Ms. Molano in the Main Office either before school, after school, during brunch or lunch to collect your order.
Students borrowing cap/gowns were e-mailed via Schoolloop last week pick-up instructions. Please see Ms. Molano in the Main Office either before school, after school, during brunch or lunch if you have not picked up yours yet!
This year Speech and Debate is selling many types of Leis to honor Graduates! Ribbon Leis! SRV Speech and Debate is partnering with Go Nuts to bring fresh Graduation Flowers, Leis, Ribbon Leis and Kukui Nut Leis-painted in Green and gold with mascot! The non-floral leis can be picked up from the front office as a gift or delivered to your student’s class if not picked up. Fresh floral leis will be available for pick up on Friday June 1st 12:30PM-1:30PM Check out the options and where to buy at: https://www.realfansgonuts.com/product-category/hs/san-ramon-valley-hs/
Pre-Register for your Graduation Photos: Receive 20% off your graduation package of $50 or more just by including your and your parent’s e-mail addresses. See flyer for more details.
SRVEF Education Summer Program - IMAGINEERING
Ms. Tretten, San Ramon High Science Teacher, will be offering an enrichment class this Summer at SRVHS through the San Ramon Valley Education Foundation's (SRVEF) Imagineering Program. This class is a great way to learn some valuable biology skills, is also great preparation for some of the science classes that we have here at SRV, and an opportunity for incoming students to get a feel for their new school, and meet some other students. The class will run July 9th – July 13th from 9am-12pm. Open to all SRVUSD 6th - 12th graders. Use promo code, Welcome2HS for a $25 discount.
Register today; Medical Biology @ San Ramon Valley High School
Questions? Please contact Ms. Tretten @ KTretten@srvusd.net
**All proceeds from Imagineering go directly into funding STEAM initiatives in our SRVUSD schools. Thank you for supporting SRVEF!
We’ve added more Start Smart classes!
Wednesday, August 15th
California High School Theater
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.
**PLEASE ARRIVE AT 6:30PM TO TRY AT&T'S "IT CAN WAIT" TEXTING & DRIVING SIMULATOR**
For more information, please visit http://www.srvusd.net/startsmart.
ATTENDANCE REMINDER: 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: https://1.cdn.edl.io/Uvr6XPv7sTJRlzcEo25jsrLo9EpOva6x4R0CQFelPIsCpaCE.pdf
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/SCHOOLCAFE BALANCE REMINDER: If your student has money left in their account, the amount will roll over each year automatically. Each student’s account is connected with their student ID number. If you are a senior, and would like to request a refund, or have questions, please contact Belinda McDaniel at 925-824-1808 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
PARKING REMINDER: 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.
- Want updates about SRVHS Construction? Visit: http://www.buildsrvschools.org/?p=101
- Want to stay connected with general school events? Just text to 40404: Follow @WERSR
- Clubs at SRV for 2017! Email the contacts if you still want to get involved: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1P9tvNglM3acZsybodz90Tl4je9YAZ26nwWP8sOop9vc/edit?usp=sharing
Cal Poly published this video about Jake Javier for the University's magazine. The video highlights his journey to Cal Poly and how he's been progressing on campus in his first year. Very inspiring! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N0f0HhqUhMA
SRV Mountain Bike Club concluded another great season of riding, racing and fun on the trails! Below are results of 10 of our racers who qualified and raced at the California State Championship this past weekend in Petaluma. These students worked hard all season, competed in the (5) league races and put it all out there to race against the best high school racers in the State of California. We are VERY proud of these young men and women!!
In Varsity Girls, Gabriella Dube finished 18th!
JV Boys – Sean Wallace (15th), Jaden Davis (43rd), Liam Multhaup (52nd )
Sophomore Boys – Joey Kerr (51st), Logan Johnson (58th), Jordan Matlock (20th), Jonathan Gruver (27th)
Frosh Boy category – Finn Fetherstonhaugh (57th )
Dear SRVHS Families,
We have recently experienced a glitch in our SRVHS PTSA opt-in mailing list. In short, across the period of a few days, many current subscribers were unintentionally unsubscribed en masse. You did nothing wrong if you received a notice from the SRVHS eNews Communication List. We have found a solution to this issue, but it does require you to opt back in. Unfortunately, due to the nature of an "opt-in" mailing list, you must subscribe personally, regardless of whether you were unsubscribed intentionally or not. Please click here to check your subscription, or re-subscribe if necessary.
We are using this particular form of communication extensively at this time of the school year since there are so many things happening on and around SRV as the school year comes to a close. SOME of the types of information you might expect to see coming from this source are as follows, but not limited to:
Grad Night Information: as you might expect, the bulk of this info is arriving in your inboxes now!
"Class of (2018, 19, 20, 21, 22)
"News: Parent Reps from each individual Class to inform you of information specific to your grade only.
Counseling/Career Center Information
This list goes on!
Please take a moment and click here to re-subscribe or double check that you are already subscribed. I apologize for the inconvenience, but we do not want you to miss out on any pertinent SRVHS updates!
Parent Volunteers Needed to Help with Textbook Returns
Parents please use this Signup Genius link if you can help our Textbook Clerk, Linda Ficenec, with textbook returns during Finals Week. The Textbook Office is very busy during this time and your help is greatly appreciated! Thank you!
Every year at this time we ask our parent community to “pay it forward” and volunteer to make grad night and graduation a memorable experience for our graduating seniors and their families. Part of what makes SRVHS so special is our community spirit and heart. If you have had or will have a graduating senior from SRV, you know how important this is. Keeping our kids safe on grad night is a long-standing tradition, and it’s a gift we give our kids and each other. We can’t do it without all of you.
Please sign up to help us make grad night safe and graduation memorable by giving the gift of your time to keep our tradition going. Last but not least, thank you for being the most supportive and inclusive parent community. Let’s have fun and do this together!
Shelley Clark and Lisa Hostelly,
2018 Grad Night Chairs
The link is the sign up for help with cutting ribbons 5/31 and placing ribbons on chairs 6/1 a.m. http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c054aaea82c7-graduation4
The link below is the sign up for help on graduation day with ushering, handing out programs and greeter in handicapped lot.
The link below is the mother of all sign-ups, the grad night volunteers
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: email@example.com for any questions or suggestions. They also accept corporate matching funds. Thank you for your support.
CALLING ALL SENIOR PARENTS!
GRAD NIGHT 2018
NOW IS YOUR CHANCE TO GET INVOLVED!
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 less than one week 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 - firstname.lastname@example.org today!
COME JOIN THE TEAM!!!
Grad Night 2018 Committee
Senior Parents: If you have not already completed the permission forms for GRAD NIGHT, please do so soon. Click here:
https://1.cdn.edl.io/298hrjv2dTMM6EKEnFKYzRCONsjsqcxKPkjqy5ivtAlgiSX4.pdf 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
FUNDRAISER FOR GRAD NIGHT
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.
359 Liverpool Street
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:
- Tuesday, May 29th, 6:30am-7:30am Finals Breakfasts in front of Senior Lot and D Building sponsored by PTSA
- Wednesday through Friday, May 30th through June 1st, 7:30am-8:30am 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)
*Our center hours will vary during finals and the week after school is out. Please email us to set up an appointment, if you need to meet.*
- Colleges that Change Lives-College Fair, July 31, 7 p.m. @ Marin Center Exhibition Hall. ctcl.org
How to Obtain a Work Permit during the summer (students): If you need to get a work permit DURING THE SUMMER (after June 6), you may download the work permit request form from our C & CC web page, complete the student information, get it signed by your parent and your employer, then take to the school district office (699 Old Orchard Drive, Danville) to be processed after June 6. Until June 6, please bring it to the College & Career Center for processing.
CONGRATULATIONS to our Class of 2018, Senior Award recipients! These students were enthusiastically recognized by our SRVHS Faculty and Staff at our annual Senior Awards celebration on May 23.
- Physical Education: Sonam Lobsang, Nick Cox
- Mathematics: Sebastian White, Rachel Taffe, Annie Pollak, Braeden Pugh, Madelyn Dubuk
- Science: Mariana Cabatu, Kathryn Vallejo, Ella Do
- Visual, Performing and Applied Arts: Sophie Williams, Emily Miller, Strallia Chao, Katie O’Brien, Braeden Pugh, Jack Clawson, Scott Hostelley
- Social Studies: Grace Westgate, Jasmine Steele, Harrison Gillette, Ce-Lai Fong, Kyle Olsen
- World Language: Kate Salisbury, Sonja Chen, Anna Spain, Lauren Gerhart
- English: Sam Morgan, Shannon Zheng, Mia Ransweiler, Caroline Birdsall, Kristina Yang, C.J. Mack
- Attendance Award: Eva Koart, Graham King
- Scholar Athlete of the Year: Madison Souza, Andrew Erickson
- Athlete of the Year: Molly Neach, Donald Davis
- Principal’s Green and Gold Award: Grace Westgate, Kyle Olsen
College Bound Seniors:
GOOD LUCK ON YOUR FINALS….remember that senior grades DO matter!
Remember to follow all instructions from the colleges where plan to attend in the fall (i.e. read all email and stay on top of your college portals). MEET ALL DOCUMENT REQUESTS AND DEADLINES! AND KEEP UP YOUR SENIOR GRADES!!
Are you attending DVC, Las Positas or another community college? Contact the colleges’ admissions departments with questions…especially if you do not have a fall 2018 course registration date yet. Admissions professionals are there to help you!!!
If you are on a college’s wait list, watch your email for important updates from the college. Be patient, but continue to move forward with enrollment at the college where you were admitted, and submitted your “intent to register” decision. You can change your mind if you are admitted off the waitlist somewhere, but keep in mind you will most likely lose your original enrollment deposit. Ask the college!
Bed Bath and Beyond - Discounted Shopping night for your Dorm Needs 7/22/18!
Hacienda Crossings location Bed Bath and Beyond special shopping event for students shopping for College will be July 22nd, from 4-7 pm. Pre-register to get a 20% off purchase coupon for purchases made 7/22 at https://www.bedbathandbeyond.com/store/page/College
Pick up a Dorm Packing List on the front table in the College and Career Center to help you get organized. Bed Bath and Beyond also provides a comprehensive packing list available in their stores!
PSAT Score Reports from October 2017: Students! If you did not pick up your score report/test booklet at the College & Career Center already, please stop by during finals week to pick it up!
Academic Boosters will be posting a TEST PREP calendar on their web page for 2018-2019 in early June. They sponsor college education workshops, SAT and ACT mock test prep opportunities, college essay writing workshops and more throughout the year. Stay tuned and look to sign up for practice opportunities during your senior year.
College Applications 2018 -2019: The College and Career will send information to all of our (current) Junior’s at the end of the school year regarding the upcoming college admission process and what items you can work on, or explore, over the summer months. We’ll be clearing outdated information and will be moving the class of 2019 into the Senior position. Over the summer, the www.srvhs.net – Counseling - College and Career Center is a good reference for college information you might be looking for.
Types of College Applications: When you are reviewing a college website, be sure to take note of the type of application(s) they accept and application requirements to help you organize your application strategy. The 3 types listed below require essays/personal statements/personal insight questions, so by getting a jump on brainstorming their topics and creating rough drafts, you can get a jump on the process over the summer.
- Common Application Essay Questions: To see the 2018-19 essay prompts for the Common Application and to see which colleges utilize the Common Application for college submission go to: http://www.commonapp.org/whats-appening/application-updates/2018-2019-common-application-essay-prompts
- UC Insight Questions for the UC applications: Check for Updates: http://admission.universityofcalifornia.edu/how-to-apply/personal-questions/freshman/index.html. See the UC personal insight worksheet for writing tips!
- Coalition Application Essay Prompts: http://www.coalitionforcollegeaccess.org/essays.html
Check out this great resource with summer essay webinars to aid you in your writing process: http://www.collegeessayguy.com/
Extra Curricular Activities/Awards: Also, start to make a list of all of your extracurricular activities and awards from the end of 8th grade on. Pay particular attention to the # of hours and the consistency (grades during which you did the activity). Make note of awards and be sure to be able to give a brief description of the award to put it into context for the application reader.
ALL STUDENTS: Volunteering, Job Board, Summer Activities
What Will You Do This Summer?
See school loop for details on these postings….
- ”Fun with Academics” is looking for fun, energetic volunteer interns to help run summer camps for kids ages 3-12 in the East Bay! Their mission is to stimulate minds and spark imaginations. Camps: - Fun with Science and Engineering; Fun with Chemistry; Fun with Robotic Programming; Fun with Programming. See their website http://funwithacademics.com for more detailed descriptions of these classes and to apply. East Bay locations of the camps include Dublin, Pleasanton, San Ramon, Lafayette and Walnut Creek.
- Special Olympics Young Athletes Program - Volunteers needed to be group leaders for summer activities.
- Youth Summer ACademy: For Grades 9-12 at Folsom Lake College, the camp focuses on programming and engineering. SPLASH – Secure Programming Logic Aimed at Students in High School (online via Towson U. in Maryland). Grades 11 and 12. Earn college credit.
- Do you love animals? Check out the Summer Camp Counselor Jobs at ARF! They are currently hiring Camp Counselors and Lead Counselors for our upcoming Camp ARF summer sessions.
- Junior Counselor Positions Available - Camp Jano India. Camp Jano India is a fun filled, week long 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. To apply, send your resume to email@example.com or call 650-493-1566. Deadline to apply is June 1.
- Cyber BootCamps at Las Positas this Summer. TWO 5 day bootcamps that includes a practice cyberpatriot competition. AFA CyberCamps emphasize fun, hands-on learning of cybersecurity principles that are relevant and applicable to everyday life. At CyberCamp, students learn the importance of cyber safety and how to protect their personal devices and information from outside threats. Website: http://lpc1.clpccd.cc.ca.us/lpc/dfields/cybersecurity/cybersecurity/index.php
WORK PERMITS: Need a work permit now? Bring your completed application to the College & Career Center before June 6. Need a work permit over summer? See posting above for details.
GEARING UP FOR FALL
Women Interested in Medicine, Science, Engineering – Applications Open Now for The Perry Initiative Outreach Program: Saturday, October 6, 2018 at the University of California San Francisco . Don't wait to apply, applications are now open (must be in 10th, 11th, or 12th next year. Additional information can be found on School Lop and their website: www.perryinitiative.org. The application may be accessed directly using the following link: http://perryinitiative.org/programs/student-online-application/
Friday May 25 *Rally Schedule*
Greek Games @Lunch on Stadium Field (Obstacle Course)
Aloha Rally After School @Main Gym 1:45pm. Come to your last SRV rally of the year on Friday May 25th at 1:45pm to watch Guy Girl, student of the year award presentations, senior slideshow, Dodgeball finals, cheer for a final time with your class, and more. Seniors meet outside by the Tennis Courts/Main Gym to enter together as a class for your last rally!
NCS Baseball SRV @ De La Salle at 3pm
Meet Of Champions at Edwards Field, UC Berkeley
Aloha Dance 8-10pm @PAC Patio (Freshmen Quad). The dance is free with ASB card or $10 without.
Saturday May 26
Meet Of Champions at Edwards Field, UC Berkeley
Sunday May 27
UNICEF fundraiser @Primo's Pizza in Danville 11am-closing
Monday May 28
Memorial Day- No School!
Tuesday May 29
A Period Final 7:30-9:30am
School Release 2:45pm
Memorial Dedication for Ben Curry in SRV Garden @ 3pm
Wednesday May 30
Period 1 Final 8:30-10:30am
Period 2 Final 10:45-12:45pm
Walk the Halls John Baldwin 12:45PM
Graduation practice for all seniors will begin in the Main Gym at 1:30pm. If you do not attend the mandatory practice you will not be in the Graduation ceremony.
UNICEF fundraiser @Cool Tea Bar in Danville
Thursday May 31
Period 3 Final 8:30-10:30am
Period 4 Final 10:45-12:45pm
Walk the Halls Montair 12:45pm
Walk the Halls Sycamore Elementary 1:15pm
Walk the Halls Greenbrook 1:15PM
NOTE about Greenbrook: If you had Mrs. Erickson, PLEASE stop by after the parade and see her as she is retiring this year after 30+years of teaching!
Walk the Halls Rancho 2:15pm
Senior Sunset 7:45pm Stadium Field
Friday June 1
Period 5 Final 8:30-10:30am
Period 6 Final 10:45-12:45pm
Graduation 6pm Stadium Field
Graduating students are to report to the SRV Main Gym for the commencement ceremony at 5:15PM on Friday June 1st. The Graduation ceremony is on the Stadium Field at 6pm and usually lasts about 90 minutes. The gates for bleacher seating will open at 4:30pm. The gates for field seating will open at 5:00pm. Grad Night check-in begins at 8:30pm. The latest a student can check-in for Grad Night is 9:30pm