Ladies, enjoy an evening under the stars with old & new friends,
delicious food, wine & cocktails and many fabulous prizes.
Thursday, October 9th
7 o¹clock in the evening
at the home of Janet Nunan
20 High Eagle Road, Alamo
$60 per person
- Encore MedSpa BFF Spa Day
- Girls¹ Get-A-Way You Pick Your Destination
- Merryvale and Nickel & Nickel Wine Experience
- Forbes Mill Chef Table Dining
- Private Round Hill Bocce Party
- Front Row 8th Grade Promotion Seats
1 Ticket for $20
3 Tickets for $50
7 Tickets for $100
**YOU DO NOT NEED TO BE PRESENT TO WIN**
As another way of communicating with our parents during an emergency, SRVUSD's messaging system has Emergency SMS/Text Messaging capabilities. This allows the district and each school to quickly communicate emergency or critical information ...
Stone Valley SuperS.T.A.R.’s are students who demonstrate excellent academic achievement, attendance, and citizenship, and who volunteer in school and community activities. Students are encouraged to follow the acronym S.T.A.R. at all times, which stands for STOP, THINK, ACT and REVIEW.* We believe that students that make good decisions are on their way to becoming successful in school and in life.
*S.T.A.R. is the acronym developed by the Thomas Jefferson Center, authors of “How to be Successful in Less Than Ten Minutes a Day”.
Benefits for becoming a SuperS.T.A.R
- SuperS.T.A.R. Identification Card
- A first-in-line lunch pass for the remainder of the school year
- Deli Day lunches
- Field trips to bay area sites
- Bronze, silver, or gold SuperS.T.A.R. pins presented at awards breakfast with a certificate
- The satisfaction of helping make Stone Valley and our community a better place for everyone
How Do I Become a SUPERS.T.A.R.?
Section I – School Activities: Volunteer participation in school-related activities beyond class time. Activities earn hourly credit with a maximum of ten hours per activity.
- Participation in a school sports team.
- Participation in Math Olympiad or Math Counts.
- CJSF, Safe School Ambassadors after school meetings.
- Participating in noon contests, theme days, school dances and other activities organized by the leadership class (qualifies for .5 hours each).
- Participating in the speech or spelling bee beyond the classroom level.
- Participating in the annual Stone Valley Turkey Trot.
- Participating in Odyssey of the Mind.
- Participating in 8th Grade/Faculty Games
- Participating in WEB (Welcome Everybody) (i.e., 6th grader in August or 7/8th Grade WEB leader).
- Participating in after school WEB activities.
Section II – School/Community Service: Volunteer service to the school or community in which no credit or pay is received. Service is credited hourly with a maximum of ten hours per activity. Hours credited may not be duplicated for other groups or programs.
- Tutoring other students at Stone Valley (maximum of five hours credit).
- Being a guide for new students.
- Helping at school and Ed Fund/PTA functions.
- Gardening or yard work for senior citizens in our community (family
members excluded-maximum of five hours credit).
- Volunteer at a senior citizens center within our community.
- Volunteer at a local food bank or family shelter within our county.
- Being a volunteer child care provider during a Ed Fund/PTA function or
community/ church activity (maximum of five hours credit). No other free babysitting qualifies.
- Helping Stone Valley teachers after school (maximum of five hours credit).
- Volunteering at school or local community clean up days.
- Volunteering in local community events like Primos-to-Primos, Walk-A-
Thons, Alamo Rotary Western Days, Alamo Music Festival, etc.
- Scout activities that are not required for a merit badge or award.
Requirements for becoming a SuperSTAR
- You must record at least 30 hours in combined school activities and school/community service for first year SuperS.T.A.R.s. Second and third year you need a total of 15 hours of combined school activities and community service. This must include at least five hours in school activities and at least five hours in school/community service.
- Each activity and the number of hours credited must be signed off by the sponsor or advisor.
- You must exhibit good behavior and citizenship at all times.
- You must maintain a grade point average of 3.0 or higher for each grading period. If your grade point average falls below 3.0, your SuperS.T.A.R. card will be void until the grading period is over, and you will be ineligible for any SuperS.T.A.R. activities.
- Attendance problems of any kind and discipline referrals may disqualify you from the program. Determination made by the principal.
- Fill in Sections I and II on the SuperS.T.A.R. application form, get all the appropriate signatures and turn it into the office when you have met all requirements.
- Once a SuperS.T.A.R., you maintain membership for the remainder of the school year as long as you maintain all requirements. The application due date for 2014/2015 school year is January 30, 2015.
For application click here.