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Posted by: Patty O'Malley
Published: 5/9/14

Math Pathways '13-'14 and beyond
Common Core Math is on its way.  Check out the math pathways attached. SV Math Department Continue
Posted by: Denise True
Published: 6/12/13


Attention Incoming 7th Grade Parents!

Parents with incoming 7th graders need to turn in proof of TDap vaccine before the first day of school.

Mission Statement

Stone Valley Middle School will advocate for each student to grow physically, intellectually, emotionally, and socially, to ensure that each individual reaches his/her potential as a learner and as a citizen—during the transitional, middle school years. 

Principals message 2014-15

Welcome to Stone Valley Middle School – Home of the Pride!

Dear parents,

Thank you for taking the time to read about our school and community. Our goal is to partner with parents and students to provide an education experience where students thrive academically, socially and emotionally. I encourage every parent to find a way to get involved on campus by participating through our service organizations: PTA, Ed Fund and Pledge to Humanity, look for their pages on our website.

2014-15 Instructional Goals

  • Implement Common Core Anchor Standards for Reading http://www.corestandards.org/ELA-Literacy/CCRA/R/
  • Support struggling learners through school wide interventions
  • Increasing student participation in school wide events
  • Enhancing STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) elective offerings

Special Note – Construction for the new Stone Valley will begin during the summer of 2015 and conclude in fall of 2017.

2013-14 Instructional Shifts

  • Changed our bell schedule to a modified block to allow for problem solving at a deeper level – each class now has an 83 minute block once each week.
  • Created an E period elective program to support all learners needs – built in extra time for students needing academic support.
  • Combined the 7/8 grade lunches together to increase the opportunity for instructional coaching in the classroom – 600+ classroom visits by administration.
  • Used a variety common core state standards classroom practices -
  • Silicon Valley Math Initiative – Problem of the month – students learned the “why” of math http://www.svmimac.org
  • Culturally and Linguistically Responsive Education became part of every classroom. http://culturallyresponsive.org
  • Socratic Seminar - here’s a example http://youtu.be/6pGVR6ZF_2M
  • Decreased student discipline by 56% - more engaged students don’t disrupt class
  • Added a new special education class for more challenged learners (mild Special Day Class) 
  • Continued to increase the use of instructional technology by students in the classroom – opened the Bring you own device (BYOD) network to provide students with access to WiFi  all over campus.
  • Provided several parent education opportunities in the area of Common Core, LCAP Budgeting processes, raising girls, sex education, research based parenting practices
  • 12th annual field day celebration – it just keeps getting better every year
  • Student mentoring program celebrates 5 years
  • Added Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) electives this year and next. Forensics, Engineering, and Social media
  • Held vertical articulation with San Ramon Valley and Monte Vista High schools – aligned our practices for 8th and 9th grade students.
  • Parent volunteerism rose to the level of having 3 full time equivalent employees on campus everyday


8/6/14 - District Activates Annual Update for Parent Portal

8/6/14 - SV Activates Registration Website with Forms and Information

8/11/14  SV Office Opens - 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

8/18/14 - Registration 3 to 6 p.m.

8/19/14 - Registration 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

8/21/14 - WEB Day  - New Students - 7:45 am to 12:00 p.m.

8/25/14 - First Day of School - Early dismissal 12:17 p.m.

8/28/14 Get Acquainted Pizza Night - 6:00 p.m.

9/4/14 -   Back to School Night 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

If you have any questions about enrolling new students visit the district website at http://www.srvusd.k12.ca.us/edservices/enrollyourchild

Parents with incoming 7th graders need to turn in proof of TDap vaccine before the first day of school.   Please send the records to Lisa Knebel at lknebel@srvusd.net or fax to 838-5680.

List of recommended School Supplies by Grade: Click here

2014/2015 Dates to Remember

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3001 Miranda Avenue

Alamo, CA  94507

  • Office 855.5800 
  • Attendance 855.5899

Our office will open on August 11, 2014.

Principal Shaun McElroy

Assistant Principal Karen Johnson

Office Manager Denise True

Counselor Patty O'Malley

Counselor Chelsea Rivas

Psychologist Tracy Jones

Counselor Tech/Registrar  Lisa Knebel

Attendance Secretary Trish Theobald

Head Custodian Luom Huynh

PTA President Raylinn Bianchi

Ed Fund President  Elisa Tinker



Peachjar E-Flyers

SRVUSD is implementing its new electronic flyer communication system throughout the district! This new system and service is called Peachjar. Any paper flyers we have been sending home to parents will now be posted online and emailed to all parents’ inboxes. 


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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 kcjohnson@srvusd.net or Mr. McElroy at smcelro@srvusd.net.  An investigation will be conducted to determine if bullying occurred and the corrective action needed.

   Click here for bullying form