Stone Valley Middle School will advocate for each studentto grow physically, intellectually, emotionally, and socially, to ensure that each individual reaches his/her potential as a learnerand as a citizen—during the transitional, middle school years.
Youth-2-Youth is a conference for ALL middle school students (boys and girls). This is the 20th year that the San Ramon Valley has been home to the Youth to Youth Conference...and this promises to be our biggest and best conference ever.
This AMAZING conference is an opportunity for middle school teens to spend the day with high school leaders who believe in themselves and making healthy choices and decisions such as being drug, alcohol, and tobacco free. But this conference is about so much more than drug and alcohol prevention, it's about leadership, self-confidence and empowering young people to make positive choices that impact their future.
This fun filled all day event, consists of games, team building activities, inspirational speakers, workshops, small groups sessions, and so much more all focusing on helping teens to make positive choices in their lives. The days ends with an awesome DJ and dance. To see a video of this year’s keynote speaker and to access the registration page, please click here - http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07e8mz7lzmd60d1ca5&llr=b99cqhfab. The registration link is toward the bottom of the page.
She’s All That! is a one-day conference for 5th to 8th grade girls and their parents. It includes keynote speakers, tote bags, an expo, lunch and numerous workshops for girls and parents to choose from. She’s All That! is an exciting and distinctive conference that past participants have said should be mandatory for all middle-school aged girls. "I think it's great that the girls are getting this attention and information - that there are people in the community who care enough about the girls to do this for them" was the feedback from one parent last year. Another mentioned that she and her daughter waited a year to participate and it was "everything I could have hoped for."
This special conference includes an inspirational keynote presentation and a choice of three of the available workshops for girls. Our popular “Live Your Dream!” Expo will include numerous informational exhibits again this year. The adult workshops have been expanded and new ones are being offered. Here is the registration link - http://www.soroptimist-sr.org/index.php/signature-project
Stone Valley Middle School 7th and 8th grade band students will be traveling to Southern California in March 2014 to perform at Disneyland and attend a Disney Recording Studio Workshop! How can you help us? By participating in the school wide &quo...
ATTENTION 8TH GRADE FAMILIES Congratulate your 8th grader and express your pride and love with an ad in the 2014 yearbook! Create and pay for your custom ad by logging onto www.yearbookordercenter.com and entering order number 163...
Here is another chance to help raise money for the Stone Valley School Garden. Sloat Garden Center's Growing Up Green program gives a percentage of purchases made back to the School. Any purchases made during the week of September 28 - October...
At Stone Valley, we make every effort to ensure that students feel safe, secure and successful at school. Each year we survey our students to improve our supervision as well as seek feedback on our current programs. Some of our students have shared what they can do to stop bullying at Stone Valley:
“Stick up for other people and stand by them. Show them that they have someone to talk to.” – 7th Grade Girl
“Students can help prevent students from being bullied by standing up for them and doing what's right or making them feel good about themselves.” – 6th Grade Girl
“Tell a teacher and speak up.” – 7th Grade Boy
“Students can help other students from being bullied by letting teachers know if they see someone being bullied.” – 7thGrade Girl
All students, employees, parents and community members should report incidents of suspected bullying immediately to Mrs. Johnson at email@example.com or Mr. McElroy at firstname.lastname@example.org. An investigation will be conducted to determine if bullying occurred and the corrective action needed.
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