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street smart program

The Start Smart Program has been redesigned for the 2020-21 school year due to COVID-19 restrictions:

  • The online course with a live CHP presenter will be one hour in length
  • Currently, only students in Grades 10-12 can participate in these online courses
  • Students who have not previously attended a Start Smart course must attend one of the two sessions to be eligible to purchase a parking pass at their high school
  • One parent or guardian must attend the class with the student
  • The student must complete the registration form using their SRVUSD email

Three sessions are being held via Zoom Webinar for sophomores, juniors, and seniors only. Classes take place 3:30-4:30. Register here!

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parent info videos for fall class schedule from dvhs counseling

Parent Info Videos & Follow-Up Q&A Sessions from DVHS Counseling (Fall Class Schedules) February 22 & 24

View the 2/22 Rising Senior Information Video. There will be follow-up drop-in parent Q&A sessions held once the videos are posted. Looks out for these on the Counseling page.

  • Wednesday, February 24, 6:30pm: Combined - Incoming Juniors (Class of 2023) and Incoming Sophomores (Class of 2024)

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professional speaker series - registered nurse & physician assistants, Wednesday, February 24, 7pm

Wednesday, February 24, 7pm: Registered Nurse and Physician Assistants

The College and Career Center is pleased to provide speakers who will share medical careers information.

Katie Wells (RN) is from Danville and graduated from Texas Christian University with a BS in Nursing (BSN). Katie started her nursing career as a Cardiac Nurse at Dignity Health Sequoia Hospital in Redwood City, CA. She has recently transitioned to an ICU nurse and is looking forward to discussing her nursing career so far and what it has been like during COVID times. 

Physician Assistant Annie Humphrey grew up in Danville before completing her undergraduate degree in psychology at UCLA. Annie spent a gap year volunteering on marine conservation projects internationally before returning to the Bay Area to complete her prerequisite courses and clinical experiences for PA school. She received her MS in Physician Assistant Studies degree from Stanford University School of Medicine in the spring of 2020. Now, she practices medicine in the Emergency Department at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center.

Physician Assistant Timothy Preston.

SIGN-UP FOR THE EVENT HERE.

CALLING ALL DVHS PARENTS AND STAFF! Signup to Adopt a Class of 2021 DVHS Senior

Student leadership is hosting a new program called "Adopt-a-Senior! To help support the Class of 2021, we need YOU to sign up! With your help, we can help provide the Class of 2021 with small gifts and letters to support them throughout the closing of their senior year. If you decide to adopt a senior, we will expect you to participate in the 3 drop-off dates at Dougherty Valley High School. We want to make sure no one is left out.

  • First drop-off: March 3rd-5th
  • Second drop-off: April 15-18
  • Third drop-off: May 20-23

This school year has been unlike any other, and we hope with your support we can make the end of their year memorable. The names of the Seniors and their personal information will remain anonymous. The letters/gifts will be distributed by leadership. You as the adoptee are allowed to share your name if you chose to. If you are interested in adopting a senior please fill out the Adopt-a-Senior form!

After signing up, please make sure to check your email regularly for more updates and information about drop-off dates. For questions please contact, DVHS Leadership Campus Life Committee.

CLICK HERE TO ADOPT A SENIOR

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usda free farmers to families food boxes

USDA is sponsoring the Farmers to Families Food Box Program that helps farmers distribute their surplus food products to families in need nationwide at no charge. These boxes are available along with our Breakfast and Lunch Meals at FREE Grab And Go Serving Locations (PDF) every Monday from 10:30am-1:30pm beginning February 22nd, 2021, and continuing through the end of March. The Child Nutrition Department does not determine the contents of the food boxes. Please check this webpage for updates.

Food Box Locations

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stories build bridges speaker series

SRVUSD High School PTSA Inclusion and Diversity Committees Proudly Present: Stories Build Bridges Speaker Series

The four high school PTSA's Inclusion & Diversity Committee Chairs have collaborated to launch a spring "STORIES BUILD BRIDGES" Speaker Series. Our goal is to promote inclusion, unity, and community through conversations about equity. Each event is free.

Our March on Tuesday, March 23, 6:30-8pm features Irma Herrera, an SF Bay Area-based lawyer, writer, solo-performer, and social justice activist. Irma spent 5 years advocating for the educational rights of low-income children, especially English learners. She will discuss intersectional identity, name pronunciation, and empathy. Irma has presented several times in SRVUSD, and we are excited to welcome her back!

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breathing free together - public call for art submissions

Public Call for Art Submissions - “Breathing Free Together” By San Ramon Social Justice Collective

All community members are invited to submit artwork! There will be a separate category for children under 13 years. This Public Art Exhibit will consist of 10 vinyl banners. An Art Selection Committee made up of representatives from the Project’s Stakeholders will select artwork in two categories. View Submission Guidelines and Instructions.

San Ramon Social Justice Collective (SRSJC) is a volunteer group that has grown out of a desire to continue the momentum for change inspired by the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement.

Send submission to this email id by March 7th at 5 pm. More information Can Be Found Here.

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talent show for san ramon teens

Tri-Valley Talent Show for San Ramon Teens

Engaging Teens in artistic activities—like music, visual art, and movement—is a wonderful way to help relieve stress, anxiety, and depression. The Teen Talent Showcase is a FREE platform for you to show off your artistic talents and stay connected to your community! All performers must be teens. An exception is allowed for one adult performing in an accompanying role, like playing the piano for a vocal act.

Please visit the Teen Talent Showcase sign-up page. Read the instructions, get your parent or guardian’s permission, and submit the audition video through the private Dropbox link provided on the registration page. Due to safety regulations and restrictions, all participants will submit an audition video.

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high school writing contest

High School Writing Contest: California Writers Club, Tri-Valley Branch

Our tenth annual high school writing contest is about to begin. It’s open to all students in grades 9-12 attending high schools in San Ramon, Danville, Livermore, Pleasanton, and Dublin. Poems, literary nonfiction, and short stories may be submitted from February 14 through April 4. There is no fee to enter. Please look at the website for important dates, rules, and instructions to submit the entry. Contest details are available on this website.

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home where the art is

The SRVUSD Art Departments designed apparel for our students/families to help build community rapport and school spirit.  Here is the link for students, families, and staff to view and order their apparel. Please use the code: freeshipJASSB for free individual shipping to your home. Please note that all orders must be received by Monday, October 19th. If we do not meet the minimum number required for production, the whole order will be canceled.

Note from Shopify: When people participate in a group order/Shopify order, we put a hold on their credit card for the maximum amount that they might have to pay in case the group order tips into a regular order. That hold will show up on each client’s card statement under “In Progress” or “Processing” or “Pending.” It’ll stay under “In Progress” or “Processing” or “Pending” until the group order deadline passes. If it passes and the group order hits the minimum, we’ll charge their cards the appropriate amount and the charge will move to the section of the statement for completed charges. At that point, we have charged their cards. If the deadline passes and the group order doesn’t hit the minimum, we will not charge their cards and will release the hold so the charge will disappear from their statements entirely within 3 to 5 business days.

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