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Principal's Corner:

Parenting in a Digital World

As part of the DVHS Digital Citizenship initiative, the DVHS Admin and PTSA are partnering to provide informative and sometimes thought and discussion provoking content for your consideration.


Check out this recent article from the Washington Post, "What teens wish their parents knew about social media."

"Angst: Raising Awareness Around Anxiety"

Film Screening & Community Discussion on Anxiety

April 10 and April 11, 7:30pm at SRV High School

(NEW RSVP Required - SECOND Screening Added)

Due to high demand and community interest, SRVHS PTSA will now offer ANGST film screenings on TWO NIGHTS:Tuesday, April 10th and Wednesday, April 11th.


The previous Sign Up Genius has been deactivated. You must confirm your seat using this NEW Signup Genius form


Angst: Raising Awareness Around Anxiety is a documentary that was created to start community conversations about ANXIETY and provide tools, resources, and hope to those who struggle with the effects of ANXIETY. Immediately following the film, a group discussion will be facilitated by SRVHS Principal, Jason Krolikowski and SRVHS PTSA Executive VP, Shelley Clark. For more details about the movie, please visit AngstMovie.com.


PTA Advocacy Day for Education

Invest a Day in Enhancing Your Understanding

April 20, 9am-2pm

Invest a Day in Enhancing your Understanding: Register to Attend PTA Advocacy Day for Education held on April 20th from 9am to 2pm at the San Ramon Community Center.




Join parents, educators, elected officials, and community members for the 38th annual PTA Advocacy Day for Education hosted by the San Ramon Valley, Las Trampas Creek, and Pleasanton PTA Councils.


We will explore topics related to public school funding in California. The day will begin with a level-setting presentation about education funding in CA with Jeff Camp, the founder and primary writer for Ed100.org. This will be followed by a panel discussion that will add different perspectives to the continued conversation, including a PTA state budget advocate, an Assembly Education Committee staffer, and policy analyst from the California Budget & Policy Center. We will also participate in the CA Budget Challenge exercise which provides hands-on experience in the trade-offs addressed in creating a budget. After lunch, we will hear from our state legislators in a moderated panel followed by an opportunity to put what we've learned into action. For more information and registration, visit PTA Advocacy Day for Education 2018.


SRV Council Special Needs Committee:

What Else Comes to School: Trauma Informed Education

April 18, 7-9pm at Iron Horse MS MPR

The SRV Council of PTAs Special Needs Committee invites our community to join a conversation with expert Sherryl Weston andDougherty Valley Assistant Principal Demetrius Ball about trauma and how to move from trauma to transformation, through relationships.


Registration is free but necessary to receive a handout. Join us Wednesday, April 18, 7-9pm at Iron Horse Middle School MPR. What Else Comes to School:  Trauma Informed Education:

  • What is Trauma Informed Education?
  • How can families and schools partner to support students who have experienced trauma?
  • How do we encourage a culture of safety?
  • How do we shift to understand behavior as communication, instead of behavior as a problem?

PTSA Meeting

Campus Safety, School Stress, English Dept. Overview and Reflections Awards

April 17, 7pm at DVHS Library

Join us for this month's DVHS PTSA Meeting on April 17th at 7pm in the DVHS Library. Learn more about what PTSA does and receive current information on what's going on at DVHS, including:


1. DVHS Campus Safety: Kim Vaiana, Assistant Principal

2. School Community Stress Project parent survey presentation: Rena Nguyen

3. English Department Overview

4. Reflections award ceremony


All are welcome, you do not have to be a PTSA member to attend!

Reflections Awards

DVHS Ceremony at PTSA Meeting

April 17, 7pm at DVHS Library


Reflections participants and parents are invited to join the next PTSA meeting on April 17th 7pm, at the DVSH library for the DVHS Reflections Awards recognition. First place, Second place, Third place and Honorary mention awards will be presented. Participation certificates will also be available for pickup.


SRVUSD Bright Lights Awards

Nominations Due April 20

The SRVUSD Special Education Community Advisory Committee's Bright Lights Awards are designed to honor people who have made a positive impact in the lives of our students. Help us recognize people who go 'above and beyond' to engage, educate, and empower students receiving special education services (in any setting) by nominating someone who has made a difference for your child with special needs.


Nomination Forms are due April 20. One person will be recognized in each of these categories at the School Board Meeting on May 8:

  • General Education Teacher
  • Special Education Teacher (SDC)
  • Resource Teacher
  • Certificated Support Staff (psychologist, nurse, counselor, speech therapist, occupational therapist, behavior specialist, assistive technology specialist)
  • Classified Support Staff (Paraprofessional, office manager, school office assistant)
  • Administrator (principal, assistant principal, program supervisor, Special Ed/Educational Services staff)
  • Parent Volunteer (classroom help, PTA member, CAC)

All nominees will receive the form you submit after May 8th so make sure to honor someone who has made a difference in the life of your child.


DVHS PTSA Elections

Congratulations 2018-19 Board

On March 15, the DVHS PTSA elected the 2018-19 Board. Interested in getting involved? We many many committees that could use your help! Contact us to tell us what you'd like to do! Congratulations to the 2018 - 2019 PTSA Board! 


President - Rajee Subramanian

Executive VP - Dima Anqud

Vp of Legislation - Yanwei Leng

Recording Secretary - Apoorva Rajesh

Treasurer - Katherine Jia

Financial Secretary - Farzana Ali

Auditor - Celia Chung

Historian - Devi Seetharaman

2018-19 DVHS Important Dates

Mark Your Calendars

  • 8/6, 4-6pm - Senior Registration
  • 8/7, 4-6pm - Junior Registration
  • 8/8, 4-6pm - Sophomore Registration
  • 8/9, 9:30-12pm - Orientation - Freshman and New Student (grades 10-12)
  • 8/9, 4-6pm - Freshman Registration
  • 8/9, 6:30-9:30pm - Welcome Back Dance
  • 8/13 Minimum Day - First Day of School
  • 8/14, 6:30-8:30pm - Back to School Night for Parents

2018-19 SRVUSD Instructional Calendar

2019-20 SRVUSD Instructional Calendar


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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.

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