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Title: Welcome%20to%20San%20Ramon%20Valley%20High%20School


1
Welcome to San Ramon Valley High School
  • National School of Excellence
  • California Distinguished School
  • API Score of 857

2
Mr. Ianora
  • Principal
  • House of Representatives
  • Freshman Class Advisor
  • Alumni Association
  • Master Schedule

3
Jeff Gould
  • Student Body President
  • Water World 9/14
  • WASC Student Leader

4
Mr. Morones
  • Vice Principal Students A-G
  • Facilities
  • Parking
  • Student Recognition Project

5
Mr. McMorris
  • Vice Principal Students H-N
  • Testing
  • Academic Competitions
  • International Studies Academy

6
Ms. Ryan
  • Vice Principal Students O-Z
  • Instrumental Music
  • E2 Academy

7
John Raynor
  • Athletic Director
  • Mens Varsity Basketball Coach
  • Student Attendance
  • Student Discipline

8
Counselors
  • Craig Ritts
  • 552-3025
  • Students A-DR
  • Nancy Conti
  • 552-3027
  • Students Du- Lam

9
Counselors
  • Catherine Herdering
  • 552-3045
  • Students Lan - Rei
  • Vivian Srouji
  • 552-3033
  • Students Rej - Z

10
Jennifer Kessler
  • Support Counselor
  • Student Study Team

11
Roxann Stone
  • Principals Secretary

12
Counseling Center
  • Linda Clay
  • Mary Carlson

13
Kathy Frey
  • Registrar

14
Attendance Staff
  • Suzanne Stillman

15
Attendance Staff
  • Lena Park

16
Attendance Staff
  • Karen Bottarini

17
School Operations
  • Jo Reid
  • Bookkeeper
  • Athletic Forms

Sandy Faust/ Asst. Bookkeeper
18
Jeff Phelps
  • School Resource Officer

19
Campus Monitors
  • Tony Adragna

John Jacobs
20
Conversation Collaboration Commitment
  • What do we want the students to learn?
  • How do we know they are learning the material?
  • How do we help those who are not learning?

21
Western Association of Schools and Colleges
Accrediting Commission (WASC) process.
  • Identify areas for improvement
  • Implement school improvement plans
  • Earn a term of accreditation

22
Make It Count
  • 1. Respect yourself and others
  • 2. SRVHS Pride
  • 3. Demand excellence of yourself and others
  • 4. A positive attitude
  • 5. Get involved
  • Enjoy your year
  • What are you doing each day to challenge,
    motivate and inspire yourself to be involved in
    your learning process?

23
Model Respect
  • Listen, make eye contact when talking to your
    child
  • Respect your childs space, knock before entering
  • Encourage your child to solve their problems in a
    constructive manner, avoid the impulse to solve
    problems for them.

24
Know What Your Student(s) are doing/Support
Healthy Choices
  • Talk to your children about drugs, alcohol, sex,
    Internet.
  • Know your childrens friends, activities,
    whereabouts.
  • Talk with other parents, especially the ones
    supervising your children.

25
Stay Informed
  • E-bulletin/Principals secretary sends daily
  • LINK/e-LINK, monthly publication.
  • School Website www.srvhs.org
  • College Connection
  • Student/Parent Handbooks
  • Student Directory
  • All call/auto dialer

26
Academic Support
  • Tutoring in all core subjects
  • Peer tutors
  • Career Center

27
Great things adults say to children!
  • I love you
  • Tell me about your day
  • You add so much to this family
  • How do you feel about that/What do you think
    about that?
  • I believe in you
  • You did a wonderful job! Im so proud of you.
  • You have a tremendous amount of talent
  • I enjoy your company

28
Hints for building positive relationships with
teachers
  • Contact the teacher early, and be positive, Is
    there anything I can do to help my child be
    successful in your class.
  • Try to be objective in discussing your child with
    the teacher. If a conflict arises, listen to
    what each party has to say before reaching a
    conclusion.
  • Dont solve your childs problems. Encourage your
    child to solve conflicts/problems with the
    teacher.
  • Be proactive and not reactive. Ask, listen and
    respond with information not emotions.

29
6 Reasons Not to give advice to your student
  • Giving advice robs your student of the
    opportunity to think of possible solutions
  • It interferes with the students ability to
    develop confidence and competence in problem
    solving
  • It prevents the student from taking
    responsibility
  • It conveys a lack of trust in the students
    ability to problem solve
  • Your advice could be wrong and could create
    additional problems for your student
  • Giving advice allows your student to blame you if
    your advice doesnt work out.

30
Books regarding Parent/Teen Relationships
  • The Parents Little Book of Lists Jane Bluestein
  • Parents, Teens and Boundaries Jane Bluestein
  • Staying Connected to Your Teenager Michael
    Riera
  • Uncommon Sense for Parents with Teenagers
    Michael Riera
  • Grounded for Life L.F. Tracy
  • Does Wednesday mean Moms house or Dads?
    Ackerman
  • Life Strategies for Teens Jay McGraw
  • Bringing Up Parents Alex Packer

31
Cell Phones
  • Cell Phones are a privilege, that may be revoked
    if students violate rules established to protect
    the learning environment.
  • Pranks/Throwing Objects
  • Above will result in an automatic 5 day
    suspension/possible loss of school
    privileges/police report/possible Expulsion
  • Open Campus
  • Seniors and Juniors are allowed off campus ONLY
    during Lunch

32
Off-Campus Violation
  • First Offense Saturday School
  • Second Offense In School Suspension
  • Third Offense Suspension From School

33
Integrity
  • Cheating Will Not Be Tolerated
  • First Offense No Credit on Test or Assignment
  • Second Offense Student Dropped From Class with
    F Grade and placed in Study Hall

34
Attendance
  • Three Tardies One Cut
  • Three Cuts Drop from class with an F grade
  • Parents must clear all absences within 48 hours
  • Failure to Clear an Absence will result in a
    CUT
  • Consequences for a CUT Work Detail/Saturday
    School/Drop Contract
  • Habitual Cutting or Absences will result in
    alternative school placement.

35
Dress Code.
  • No Sagging pants. No visible boxer, brief, thong
    or gym shorts above pants. Students will no
    longer be asked to pull up their pants, but will
    immediately be given a pair of gym shorts and
    Admin. Will keep pants until end of the day.
  • No tube tops. No strapless tops/dresses. No
    single strap tops/dresses. This includes no
    longer being able to wear a shrug/jacket over a
    tube top.
  • No visible bra straps.
  • No halter tops that expose the lower back
  • No see through tops or sheer see through skirts.
    If underwear is visible, they will be given gym
    shorts and Admin. Will keep skirt till end of the
    day.

36
San Ramon Valley High School 2005 -
2006 Detention Policy and Procedure
  • n Early Morning Detention days time / room
    TBA Room A - 1
  • Tuesday 800 am - 830 am
  • Wednesday 730 am - 800 am
  • Thursday 730 am - 800 am
  • Friday 730 am - 800 am
  • n Procedure
  • Teachers explain policy to studentverbal, put
    in course syllabus (i.e. 2 tardiness am
    detention)
  • Explain - Not Attending will result in 4 hour
  • Saturday School (Admin. will assign Sat. School)
  • Teacher gives referral to student
  • Student must sign
  • Parent(s) must be contacted by teacher
  • Teachers submit referral to attendance office
  • Examples of use Tardiness, Cutting Class,
  • Inappropriate Behavior, etc.

37
Getting Involved
  • So many organizations now is not the time to
    step back, but to step up.
  • PTSA Jill Schratz
  • Academic Boosters Deborah Connelly
  • Athletic Boosters Chris Carter
  • Performing Arts Pricilla Wolfram
  • Grad Night Sandy Leweke
  • Wolf-Tones Dave McDonald
  • Class Parent Reps - Jill Schratz
  • Extra-Curricular/Sports/Activities

38
The best time to plant a tree is twenty years
ago The second best time is now. African
proverb
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