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  • Dragon Distance Learning Bulletin ~ April 6, 2020



    Dear Dragon Community,

    I appreciate everyone being flexible as we roll out distance learning.  All teachers should have made contact in an attempt to provide your child with continued learning.  As the nation adjusts to this new format, I ask that you remain patient and look forward to opportunities that keep your child engaged.  Have your child check their google classroom and email. I will send out another video. The more we can remain connected in some way, the better.  Be well, be safe and don't forget to tell someone you love them.

     

    Sincerely

    Mr. Solorzano

     

    SPORTS

    CIF Statement Regarding 2020 Spring Sports

    SACRAMENTO, CALIF. – Based on the recent statements issued by Governor Newsom and State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond, regarding schools turning to distance learning for the remainder of the 2019-20 school year, the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) does not see an avenue for the spring sports season to continue. As such, in a consultation today with the 10 Section Commissioners, the decision has been made to cancel spring Section, Regional, and State Championship events. 

     

    STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

    SVHS Counseling Department Letter to All Students & Families

     

    Academic & College Preparation Communication to All Students

     

    Four Year and Two Year College Communication to Seniors

     

    SVHS Online Learning Handout/English

     

    SVHS Online Learning Handout/Spanish



    COLLEGE and CAREER 

    10,000 Degrees is still accepting applications for their college support program. The program is for low-income juniors who are interested in attending a 2-year or 4-year college after graduation. Please visit their website for the online application.

     

    Covid-19 Shutdown Info from the CCC:

    FOR SONOMA VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS ONLY!  (If you or your student attends a different or on-line school, you must contact your school to obtain the work permit).

    PLEASE FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS TO OBTAIN A WORK PERMIT DURING SCHOOL CLOSURES DUE TO COVID-19 :

    1. Print an application for a work permit (Link: Form CDE B1-1), or go to https://www.cde.ca.gov/ci/ct/we/documents/formb1-1.doc
    2. Complete the form and have your parent/guardian & employer sign and date their section. It is mandatory to provide the social security number and not optional. 
    3. Scan the completed application (Form CDE B1-1)and send to Wendy Swanson at the following email address: wswanson@sonomaschools.org.
    4. Check your email address in 24 to 48 hours for a copy of your work permit that can be printed and taken to your employer. You may begin working immediately. 

    If you have questions or concerns you may email wswanson@sonomaschools.org for assistance. Stay safe and healthy!

    How about exploring some careers during this time?  Nepris is usually a pay-for-use program which provides live and recorded interviews with professionals.  Until at least April 30th, Nepris is providing these for free. Each week they will send a schedule of recordings, organized by grade level and career clusters; plus you also have access to all of their archived recordingsCheck it out!  .https://nepris.com/home/v4    

     

     

    SVHS PARENTS SECTION

    Chat w/ the Principal:  Please RSVP here

    ***Virtual meeting on 4/6 @ 4-5 pm (you will need a computer or phone to access meeting)***

     

    Have you joined SVHS Boosters? Membership 

     

    Join the Grad Night crew!  Help us keep this great event going!  For any questions you can contact either Stacey Schoeningh staceyellis20@yahoo.com 227-6285 or Renea Magnani renea.magnani@gmail.com 337-9770.

     

    Once a Dragon…Always a Dragon!