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culture in the communitydeadline to submit September 17

The San Ramon Valley Council of PTAs is proud to co-sponsor the Annual Culture in the Community Celebration, Sunday, October 17, 2021, from 10am to 2pm at the San Ramon Community Center.

This event will be back in person. All booths will be outdoors, following safety protocols.

What is Culture in the Community?

San Ramon celebrates its rich diversity of cultures with food, crafts, booths, music, dance, and more. Culture in the Community is a fun and free event to honor the diversity in San Ramon. Many countries and cultures will be represented to honor San Ramon's cultural pride in this exciting, community-driven event.

We are currently accepting participant applications (performers, booths, etc.). To apply and for more information, view the online application. View the flyer here or visit www.SRCultureintheCommunity.com for more information.

Applications are due by September 17.

sat/act Bootcamp    classes begin September 20

This Bootcamp helps you prepare for the SAT and ACT. 

This is a 4-week online class with a live instructor beginning the week of Sept 20.

For more information and to register, click HERE

life's too good to be true - art and poetry contest

Contra Costa County MEDS Coalition and its partners recently launched a new substance use prevention campaign with the theme "Life's Too Good to be Wasted (LTG), and we would like to invite you to join us! 

What's Good in YOUR Life? Friends - Family - Pets - Sports - Education - Art - Future Career?

Our LTG campaign is a reminder to stay SUBSTANCE FREE! What is YOUR life is good, even during these difficult times? What brings YOU joy - what activities, things, or people do you cherish? What hopes and dreams do you have that you don't want substances to get in the way of? Show us through your art and poetry! 

The 'Life's Too Good To Be Wasted' Art and Poetry contests are open to ALL middle and high school students throughout the United States. 

We appreciate your submission and look forward to seeing your art and/or poetry! Invite your friends to join the ride because Life's Too Good to be Wasted! The top 3 winners in both the art and poetry contests will receive Amazon gift cards. Submission Deadline: September 30th, 2021. Our Youth Ambassador team will judge, and contest winners will be announced on October 14, 2021.

If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact us at info@cccmedscoalition.org. Follow this contest on: cccmedscoalition.org/lifes-too-good.

Covid-19 Testing Resources

The SRVUSD has arranged for access to Covid -19 testing for all interested students, staff members, families, and community members. Beginning on Tuesday, August 24th, testing will be available at the SRVUSD Education Center every Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon. With adequate demand, access will continue every Tuesday and Wednesday and will expand if warranted.

Covid Testing

You must sign up in advance by following the instructions posted on the SRVUSD website.

Contra Costa County provides testing without an appointment at their drive-through location in Bishop Ranch for an additional testing option.
Address: 2600 Camino Ramon, San Ramon
Testing hours: Mon-Fri, 8am-3:30pm. Walk-ins without appointment accepted until 2:30pm. You can also Schedule online.

"get answers contra costa" vaccine program

Kaiser Permanente has partnered with John Muir Health on the “ Get Answers Contra Costa” campaign to address COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy in the county and help our community members make the best decisions for themselves and their loved ones. They launched the Get Answers Contra Costa website to connect and engage with Contra Costa residents to answer their questions and provide information regarding the COVID-19 vaccine. The website contains interactive content, including informational and how-to videos related to vaccine safety, charts, and frequently asked questions.

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Parent Access for Grades, Assignments and Information

Parent access to student grades and assignments is an integral part of the educational experience for many of our families, especially during this period of remote learning. We want you to know where to go for information and how to communicate with your student's teachers.

  • Posting and distributing of assignments: Google Classroom Guardian summaries
  • Turning in work: Google classroom
  • Individual assignment score reporting: We will use School Loop to report grades on specific assignments, but will NOT be utilizing Loop Mail. Parents of freshmen and new students in grades 10-12 will need to create a new School Loop account, even if you have used School Loop as a middle school parent. Accounts do not roll from middle school to high school. The estimated completion date of training all teachers and importing all grades into School Loop is September 16.
  • Grade Reporting and Schedules: Use Infinite Campus to check grades at the end of a reporting period. Details of individual assignments will NOT be posted here. You can also see your child's schedule in Infinite Campus.
  • Email: You can communicate with your child's teachers using their @srvusd.net email.

DVHS & SRVUSD links to provide assistance during remote learning

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