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Mark your calendar! No Block the week of 2/15/16

  • 2/15/16 - No School - Holiday
  • 2/17/16 - Early Release 7 Period Schedule Dismissal 2:05 PM
  • 2/18/16 - Minimum Day Dismissal 12:17 PM

8th Grade News

San Ramon Valley High School

  • Attention parents of incoming freshman attending San Ramon Valley High School.  Click here for upcoming important meetings and events to attend.

Monte Vista High School

  • March 8 – AP/Honors Nights  - Time TBD
  • Incoming Ninth Graders Parents Nights – March 14 and 15 – Time - TBD (March 14 only will include the Athletic Info, so even parents in the second half of the alphabet are welcome)

 Stone Valley Upcoming 8th Grade Activities

  • 8th grade letter will be mailed out by mid March.  This letter will have all the exciting events coming up for our 8th graders.

School Site Council Dates

  • March 10, 2016
  • May 12, 2016

These meetings take place in our Library at 3:00pm



  • At Stone Valley ALL adult volunteers will need to go through this new process. For more information, and to begin the application process, CLICK HERE. 
  • For information on how to upload your documents CLICK HERE.



6th grade wheel

Click here to view 6th grade wheel!


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 ...more

Stone Valley Mission Statement

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SVMS advocates for each student to grow physically, intellectually, emotionally, and socially, to ensure that each individual reaches his/her potential.

Construction Update

Our first day in our classroom portables (Tuesday, February 16th) is right around the corner!!  Please review the following items with your child and let me know if you have any questions or concerns.

  • Drop off and pick up routines will remain the same.
  • Sign in and sign up routines will remain the same, in the Main Office.
  • There will be no access via David Avenue. Gate will remain locked 24/7 to ensure student safety.
  • Each portable is equipped to handle all necessary technology, is alarmed and has PA/Fire alert system.
  • Safety and emergency drills will be conducted to ensure student safety.
  • Construction crews will have no interaction with students.
  • Lunch locations will remain the same. Students will not be allowed in the “Portable Village” without a pass at lunch.
  • Student bathrooms will be located in the portable village and on the blacktop behind room 602.
  • The library will be housed in two classroom portables.
  • Classroom portable maps will be emailed next week, posted on the website and be available in the main office. Room numbers have changed, so this map will be important for students to find their new classroom locations.
  • The bike racks will move near the gymnasium. They will not be fenced in, so please make sure all bikes are locked.
  • The MPR, GYM, Band Room, Main Office, Food Room and Science Rooms will used throughout the building of the new school. Later in the project, they will be removed or modernized.
  • The Environmental Science garden will be moved to its permanent location on the field.


Portable Classroom Locations

Click here to view portables with teacher classroom location



  • Stone Valley Education Fund proudly presents the Stone Valley Pride Walk.

  • Leave your permanent mark by purchasing a personalized brick!  Proceeds
    benefit all students through class size reduction, technology, classroom materials and more!  

  • Each brick costs $125 and includes 3 lines of personalization.  Sales of
    bricks will continue throughout construction.  Installation will take place at the end of construction (likely Fall 2017).

  • Purchase a brick for your family or one for each student (alumni, current or
    future)  No limit to how many you can purchase!  To order your brick(s) go here:  www.bricksrus.com/order/stonevalleypridewalk

Questions?  Contact Victoria Johnson at victoriamjohnson@mac.com or JamieGarson at jamiegarson@att.net


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Homework Policy Survey

  • Click here to take student survey.
  • Click here to take parent survey

Event Calendar



3001 Miranda Avenue

Alamo, CA  94507

  • Office 855.5800 
  • Attendance 855.5899

Our office hours are 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Principal Jon Campopiano

Assistant Principal Sandy Kontilis

Office Manager Denise True

Counselor Chelsea Balough

Support Counselor  Lauren Haynes

Psychologist Heather Contero

Counselor Tech/Registrar  Lisa Knebel

Attendance Secretary  Isabel Lau

Nurse Anju Lashkari

Head Custodian Luom Huynh

PTA President Raylin Bianchi

Ed Fund President  Elisa Tinker

Stone Valley News

Stone Valley Has Gone Social!

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Attention Stone Valley Students & Parents!

Stone Valley MS Has Gone Social!

Follow Us On Twitter: @StoneValleyMS





Please log in to Infinite Campus to see your students grades, transcript, and attendance.




In an effort to reduce student stress and respond to the evolving instructional practices, the San Ramon Valley Unified School District revised its homework policy for the 2015-2016 school year in order to:



  • Limit the overall volume of homework;
  • Eliminate homework over breaks;
  • Develop a more effective system to communicate and implement the policy; and
  • Align with the Common Core State Standards and other legal requirements.



As a follow-up to this work, the District is surveying parents, teachers and middle and high school students on the effectiveness of the revised policy. Survey results will be used to help identify the best practices for homework and improve the implementation of our homework policy. The survey is anonymous and should take 5-10 minutes to complete. The survey closes on Tuesday, February 16. Below is a link to the parent survey:



2015-16 Homework Survey for Parents



If you have questions or concerns about your child’s homework, please contact your child’s teacher. If you have questions about the Homework Policy or this survey, please check the District’s homework policy page or contact Director of Instruction Jason Reimann at jreimann@srvusd.net.


On Tuesday, December 15, 2015, the San Ramon Valley Board of Education approved the 2016-2017 Instructional Calendar. This calendar ends the first semester before the Winter Break, shifting the calendar forward by one week.


The San Ramon Valley Unified School District would like to thank the many people who worked on the calendar and provided valuable input through email and at Board of Education meetings. The San Ramon Valley Unified School District is fortunate to benefit from a community that engages in our processes for the betterment of all students.


To view the new 2016-2017 instructional calendar click on the link below:


2016-2017 SRVUSD Instructional Calendar


Some key points of the new calendar include:

  • School starts on Monday, August 15, 2016.
  • School ends on Thursday, June 1, 2017.
  • The first semester ends prior to winter break on Wednesday, December 21, 2016.
  • Winter break ends and the second semester begins on Monday, January 9, 2017.
  • Spring Break occurs from April 3-7, 2017.
  • The five fall conference days occur from October 3-7, 2016
  • Spring conference days are spread-out. They will be on January 23, February 13-14 and March 6-7.
  • Finals will take place Dec. 16 (A Period), 19-21 and May 26 (A Period), 30-31 and June 1.



In the spring of 2014, SRVUSD formed an Instructional Calendar Exploration Committee to examine the community’s interests, and the positives and negatives of ending the first semester prior to Winter Break. From that process, the committee developed a draft calendar that was shared with staff, parents and the community.


After sending out the draft 2016-2017 Instructional Calendar that proposes shifting the first semester to end prior to the Winter Break (thus shifting the calendar forward by one week), the SRVUSD received public input both in favor and against the proposed change.  Over the summer, SRVUSD staff continued to gather input and research questions raised by the community. From this information staff developed a report that can be viewed by clicking the link below:


SRVUSD Instructional Calendar Exploration Report


After reading the report, community members were invited to provide input. Comments were collected and included in a presentation to the Board of Education on October 20, 2015 Board Meeting. The Board did  not take action on the calendar at this meeting, but heard public comments and held a discussion. 


After the calendar was bargained with SRVUSD's three employee groups, on December 15, 2015, the Board of Education approved the final 2016-2017 instructional calendar.


The following Questions and Answers were developed based on questions received during the process. Please click the link below to learn more about the instructional calendar exploration conversation.


Instructional Calendar Exploration Q&A


Questions about the proposed 2016-2017 Instructional Calendar and the Instructional Calendar Exploration Report can be sent to InstructionalCalendar@srvusd.net.