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DVHS PTSA Meeting, Elections and College, Career and Counseling Department Presentation


2018-19 PTSA Elections - March 20

2018-19 PTSA Elections

Nominees for Office

Elections March 20 at 6:30pm

The DVHS PTSA Nominating Committee met to consider all eligible candidates for DVHS PTSA elected office for the 2018-19 school year.


On behalf of the nominating committee, below is the list of nominees for the elected position for the DVHS Parent Teacher Student Association's consideration. This preliminary slate was also presented at the February association meeting. Elections for these positions will take place on March 20, 2018 at the PTSA association meeting.


We have a number of chair/coordinator positions the Board-elect will fill after elections. After elections take place, the Nominating Committee will forward the list of people that have expressed interest in the chair/coordinator positions to the President-elect, who will then consider the interest and make appointments at a subsequent board-elect meeting. Please contact nomination committee at dvhsptsa.nominationcommittee@gmail.com if you have questions or you are interested in a chair/coordinator position.


Elected Positions:


Position Nominee
President Rajee Subramanian
Exec Vice President*

Dima Anqd

Vice President, Legislation Yanwei Leng
Recording Secretary Apoorva Rajesh
Treasurer Katherine Jia
Financial Secretary Farzana Ali
Auditor Celia Chung
Historian Devi Seetharaman



Appointed Positions:

  • Parliamentarian
  • Membership
  • Run for Education
  • Parent and Community Concerns
  • Health and Safety (Wellness)
  • Reflections
  • Sister School
  • Student Directory
  • Inclusion and Diversity
  • Hospitality
  • Teacher Grants
  • Special Needs
  • Communications
    • Newsletter
    • Social Media
    • Website
  • Senior Scholarship

PTSA Meeting - March 20, 6:30pm

PTSA Meeting and Elections

College and Career Center Presentation

Save the Date: March 20 at 6:30pm

DVHS College and Career Coordinator Kristin Cranmer will speak at the March 20 DVHS PTSA meeting. She will address opportunities available for our students in DVHS and will address the following topics:

  • The stressors with college admissions;
  • The purpose of college;
  • Various post-high school options, trends and quick tips; and
  • How the DVHS Counseling department can help.

Please save the date. ALL ARE WELCOME. You do not need to be a PTSA member to attend.

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DVHS Calendar

Monthly DVHS PTSA Meetings

PTSA Meetings - ALL Welcome

DVHS Library, 7-8:30 pm

August 15 

September 19 - Special Education Presentation

October 17 - Social Studies Presentation

November 14* - World Languages Presentation

December 19 - Math Presentation

January 16 - VAPA Presentation

February 20 - Physical Education Presentation; Family Transitions Presentation

March 20 - Counseling Presentation and Elections

April 17 - English Presentation

May 15 - Science Presentation


*Date moved due to holiday schedule

Legislative Advocacy Update

High School Voter Registration

California State celebrated High School Voter Education during the last two weeks of April. To encourage and support local students and schools, Contra Costa County has created a free, mobile texting tool just for high school students. Using this program, Contra Costa County students 16 and up can preregister and those 18 and older can register to vote.

1-Text your school name to: 2Vote (28683)
2- Receive a reply text with a link to quick, easy voter registration tools.

Additional election-related resources specifically for younger voters (mock elections on youth-oriented topics, poll worker opportunities, HS voter registration drive ideas) can be found on the California Secretary of State website. 


New Teen Driver Education Program to Emphasize Safety at San Ramon Valley Unified Schools

SRVUSD will implement a new system for students who wish to obtain on-campus parking permits that emphasizes traffic safety. Beginning in the 2018-2019 school year, the SRVUSD in partnership with Street Smarts and the California Highway Patrol (CHP)  will sponsor free two hour CHP Start Smart classes. Students and their parent/guardian must attend one free two hour CHP Start Smart class in order to be eligible for a parking permit at all SRVUSD High Schools.


The Start Smart presentations provide an opportunity for teens and their parents/guardians to discuss the serious laws, obligations, responsibilities and family expectations that are part of driving a vehicle.  The goal is to promote and create safe driving habits around SRVUSD schools.


The Start Smart presentations will begin in the 2017-2018 year for parking pass eligibility in the 2018-19 school year. At this class, officers from the California Highway Patrol will discuss traffic avoidance techniques, collision causing factors, driver/parent responsibilities and seatbelt usage. All SRVUSD comprehensive high schools will offer 3-4 free classes each year that are open to anyone. The class must only be taken once during a student’s high school career.


For class dates and the FAQ’s click here. To register visit chp-bayarea.eventbrite.com and look for the high school and date that works best for you. Reservations are required.

Non-Discrimination Statement

San Ramon Valley Unified School District programs, activities, and practices shall be free from unlawful discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying based on actual or perceived race, color, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, age, religion, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or gender expression; or on the basis of a person’s association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics.

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