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April 30 - May 3 - California State PTA Convention, Sacramento

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The San Ramon Valley Council of PTAs Presents

Wednesday, April 15, 2014
7:00 to 9:00 PM
Iron Horse Middle School MPR
12601 Alcosta Blvd., San Ramon, CA 94583
Charlene Sigman is an educator and licensed speech-language pathologist responsible for creating the Happy Talkers program from her home in 2001. In 2006, she founded School of Imagination, an inclusion preschool featuring cutting-edge, multi-disciplinary treatment. Her organization now serves more than 300 children weekly with a commitment to "Bringing out the Extraordinary in Every Child."
This event is free with registration.
To register, click http://srv-snc-getalife.eventbrite.com
The presentation is open to all and endorsed by both the San Ramon Valley Council of PTAs’ Special Needs and Parent & Community Concerns Committees.
To learn more about either of these committees, visit www.srvcpta-ca.schoolloop.com
If you have any questions, please contact srvspecialneeds@gmail.com
Get a Life: Creating Balance for You and Your LD Child
Learn common myths and facts about children with learning disabilities and how to overcome parenting challenges. There will also be a discussion on strategies to create a healthy balance at school, in your home and how to empower social success.
“Fostering collaboration between parents, teachers, schools, and the community to support children with special needs

The SRV Council of PTAs presents

Get a Life: Creating Balance for you and your LD child.

Learn common myths and facts about children with learning disabilities and how to overcome parenting challenges. There will be a discussion on strategies to create a healthy balance at school, in your home, and how to empower social success.

Presenter: Charlene Sigman, educator and licensed speech-language pathologist and founder of the School of Imagination.

Wednesday, April 15, 2015 at 7:00pm-9:00pm
Iron Horse Middle School MPR
12601 Alcosta Blvd,
San Ramon, CA 94583

flyer: http://srvcpta-ca.schoolloop.com/file/1379140897833/4750328746843387951.pdf

registration link: http://srv-snc-getalife.eventbrite.com

Thank you all for your continued support this year!

Erica Griffin
Special Needs Committee Chair
San Ramon Valley Council of PTAs


Food Allergy Avengers

A Clinical Psychology Doctoral Student at John F. Kennedy University, Ellyssa Daum, is hosting Food Allergy Avengers. This is a safe space for teens (ages 14 - 18) with severe food allergies to unite, share experiences, and learn effective skills to have a successful and fulfilling life. Topics will include, but not be limited to:

Culture of food allergy
The dating scene
Inclusion vs. exclusion
Life after high school
Navigating anxieties    
Bullying, and more.

Days/Dates: Thursdays, April 16 – June 4
Time: 4:30 – 6:00 pm
Location: Concord Community Counseling Center 2702 Clayton Road, Concord, CA 94519

To Register: Contact Ellyssa by April 9th at edaum@email.ju.edu or 925.322.0184

Click here to see flyer!

Attendance Procedures

To Report An Absence

Call the Attendance Line Direct: (925) 855-5899

When reporting an absence please indicate the following information:

  • Student name
  • Your name and relationship
  • Phone number
  • Reason for ...more


Parents, please download the appropriate math placement for your child's grade level next year, as well as the math pathways spreadsheet.

Math Pathways


CAASPP Adjusted Bell Schedule

Adjusted Schedule for May 4th, May 5th, May 6th, May 7th, May 11th, & May 12th

6th Grade

Monday May 4th - Testing starts at 8.15am

Tuesday May 5th - Testing starts at 8.15am

Wednesday May 6th - Late start at 10.19am

Thursday May 7th - Late start at 10.19am

Monday May 11th - Late start at 10.19am

Tuesday May 12th - Late start at 10.19am

7th Grade

Monday May 4th - Late start at 10.19am

Tuesday May 5th - Late start at 10.19am

Wednesday May 6th - Testing starts at 8.15am

Thursday May 7th - Testing starts at 8.15am

Monday May 11th - Late start at 10.19am

Tuesday May 12th - Late start at 10.19am

8th Grade

Monday May 4th - Thursday May 7th - Late start at 10.19am

Monday May 11th & Tuesday May 12th - Testing starts at 8.15am










(8:15AM-2:43 PM)

6th - ELA CAT in

Core (45 min)

6th – ELA CAT in

Core (45)

6th – ELA  Class

Activity and PT part 1 in core (90 min)

6th – ELA PT part 2 in core (60 min)





(8:15AM-2:43 PM)



7th and 8th


Core (60 min)

7th and 8th

ELA CAT in core and class activity (60 min)

7th and 8th – ELA PT part 1

In core (60 min)

7th and 8th

ELA PT part 2

In core (60 min)





(8:15AM-2:43 PM)

Adjusted Bell Schedule 6th – Math

CAT (120 min)

Adjusted Bell

Schedule 6th – Math Class Activity and PT (90 min)

Adjusted Bell Schedule – 7th Math CAT (120 min)

Adjusted Bell Schedule –

7th Math Class Activity and PT (90 min)





(8:15AM-2:43 PM)

Adjusted Bell Schedule

8th – Math CAT (120 min)

Adjusted Bell Schedule – 8th – Math Class Activity and PT (90 min)





Each day during the testing period begins at 8:15 AM and dismissal is at 2:43 PM. There is NO early dismissal on Wednesdays.

Attendance during the CAASPP testing is important so please try to schedule medical appointments accordingly.

Upcoming Events

4/21 - 8th Grade panoramic picture during lunch.


4/30 - School Site Council Meeting, Library @ 3:00

5/1 - Fitness Challenge

5/6 - WEB Applications Due!

5/21 - Open House

5/21 - Site Council Meeting, Library @ 3:00

5/22 - Field Day

5/25 - Holiday No School


Golf Team -- Stone Valley

Stone Valley Golf Team tryouts will be held Tuesday and Wednesday, April 14-15.  If you or your student is interested in trying out for the team, or for more information, click on the link below.  IMPORTANT -- YOU MUST REGISTER USING THE LINK BELOW TO BE ABLE TO HAVE A SPOT FOR TRY OUTS (as the golf course needs to know ahead of time how many will be playing).


Senor Coach Greg Phillips


Fitness Challenge

Stone Valley Fitness Challenge fit
May 1st

On Friday, May 1st,
ALL Stone Valley Middle School students
will participate in The 2015 Fitness Challenge
to help raise funds for our Education Fund.  Each student will navigate through 10-12 FUN Exercise Stations during his or her regularly scheduled PE Class.  Each student will participate as part of a team for endurance, speed, creativity, perseverance and


 Please support SVMS and MAKE A PLEDGE** to your student here:

Volunteer****Please help us run a smooth and safe event.  Click
 here to volunteer today. We will have a ton of fun!  Over 70 volunteers needed throughout the day.

Event Calendar

8th Grade Important Information

  • 3/9 - Promotion Letter Sent Home to Parents
  • 4/17 - Completed Forms and Donation Due
  • 4/21 - 8th Grade Panoramic Picture
  • 5/26 - Commencement Speech Try Outs - 3:00 PM (sign up in the office)
  • 5/29 - Six Flags Discovery Kingdom Trip
  • 6/6 - Promotion Activities Night 7 to 10 PM
  • 6/11 - Promotion Practice 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM
  • 6/11 - Promotion Ceremony begins at 6:00 PM ( Students are to arrive at 5:30 PM)

Promotion letter

2015 Current Summer Camp Opportunities at San Ramon Valley High School

2015 San Ramon High School Cheer Clinic and Tryout Cheer Dates:

May 4th Tryout Meeting 7:00-8:00PM in the Commons

May 13th-15th. 5:30- 7:00PM Aux Gym

May 16th 9-1 Aux Gym

May 20th 5:30-7:00PM Aux Gym

6th and 7th Grade Parents - Paying it Forward!

It is Your Turn to work at the 8th grade Promotion Party

Stone Valley has a tradition of the 6th & 7th-grade parents chaperoning the 8th Grade Promotion Party, so that when your student is in 8th Grade, you will not need to be there. (In 8th grade this is very important to your student!)

Please let us know if you can work on Saturday June 6th from 7-10pm here in the MPR Room, or any part thereof. We appreciate you Paying it Forward and keeping the Tradition alive!

Co-Chairs Janet Nunan and Caryl Peterson


My name is Kelsey Wengel, I’m one of the visual arts teachers at Dougherty Valley High School. This year, for the FIRST TIME, our District is offering SUMMER ARTS ENRICHMENT during both Summer School Sessions (yay!).  This is NOT a remedial coarse, nor is it a “waiver” for advancement in high school…. But it IS a great experience for incoming high school artists to get their feet wet into the high school curriculum, and to start/continue building their skills.  It’s designed students in 9th-12th grades, so our current 8th graders are eligible.

A little bit about me: I teach all levels of 2D Art ranging from Art 1 to AP Studio Art and Design.  This will be my 8th year teaching Visual Arts in our District, and I’m so happy to have this opportunity.  Summer School Enrichment will be offered at Monte Vista High School, and will run over two summer sessions.  Click here for the class flyer!



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 Jenise Falk

Assistant Principal Sandy Kontilis

Office Manager Denise True

Counselor Lauren Haynes

Counselor Chelsea Rivas

Psychologist Tracy Jones

Counselor Tech/Registrar  Lisa Knebel

Attendance Secretary  Isabel Lau

Head Custodian Luom Huynh

PTA President Raylin Bianchi

Ed Fund President  Elisa Tinker

Parent Portal for Infinite Campus



From the Principal’s office…


Dear Stone Valley Community,

I am delighted to serve as interim principal through the end of the school year. I have been a part of the SRVHS community since 1995 when we moved here from Seattle, WA. Our two girls,, Allison and Katie, attended Sycamore Elementary, Charlotte Wood, and SRVHS.  Both girls have now graduated from college and employed.Allison, 28, works in San Francisco as Account Manager for Dropbox.  Katie, 26, works in social work for the city of LA with the Gang Reduction and Youth Development office at City Hall. My husband, Brad and I enjoy traveling, hiking, kayaking, bicycling, snow skiing and snowshoeing around the Bay Area, and in particular the Tahoe region.  I taught English in middle school before the girls were born.  After moving to California, I finished my Administration Credential at St. Mary’s.  I have served as middle school AP at Iron Horse and Thomas Hart Middle School in Pleasanton.  Moving from Iron Horse, I served as elementary principal both at Greenbrook and Country Club. I retired in June; however I filled in at SV as AP until Mrs. Kontillas was hired in the fall. Now, as interim principal, I am very excited to share all the spring activities with our students, staff, and parents.  Working with all stakeholders, I am committed to providing our students with the best educational opportunity possible. I am enjoying getting to know our students and parent groups and look forward to a productive 4th quarter, moving forward with Common Core, CAASP testing, technology, registration for next year, and all of the exciting activities that spring holds. Thank you for your support of Stone Valley.  Your partnership is important to me; to all of us to ensure the success of your student.  If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me. I look forward to meeting you! 


Mrs. Jenise Falk

Lunch Supervision Sign Ups

Click here to sign up for lunch supervision.

New SRVUSD Volunteer Requirements

  • 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.

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