Weekly Bulletin - It's a Great Day to be a Dragon!
Monday, May 13 – A Day (A+1)
Tuesday, May 14 – B Day (A+2)
Wednesday, May 15 – C Day
Thursday, May 16 – A Day (A+3)
Friday, May 17 – B Day (Advisory)
AP Testing Schedule
Date Test Location Test Time
Monday, 5/13 Biology Library 8:00 am
Tuesday, 5/14 Calculus AB Library 8:00 am
Wednesday, 5/15 English Language Pavilion 8:00 am
Thursday, 5/16 World History Pavilion 8:00 am
Thursday, 5/16 Statistics Library 12:00 pm
Attention AP Exam Takers: All AP test takers MUST arrive at their test on time, or else you risk the chance of being admitted into the testing session. Please bring necessary materials, water, and a snack.
Summer School Classes
Summer school is coming up. Summer school this year will begin on Friday, June 14 and end on Friday, July 12. We will take July 4th off. Summer school will be held at Sonoma Valley High from 8:00 am to 2:30 pm. If your counselor recommends that you attend summer school to repeat a class to improve a D or F grade, you will receive an email this Wednesday, May 8 listing the classes we recommend and a link to register. Please respond right away. If you have any questions, please see your counselor.
Original Credit Summer School - Chemistry and Geometry
Interested in taking Chemistry or Geometry for original credit (first time) in Summer School? It is time to register for classes. Chemistry is offered as an original credit class only, and Geometry will be combined credit recovery and original credit. Summer school this year will begin on June 14 and end on July 12. We will take July 4th off. Summer school will be held at Sonoma Valley High from 8:00 am to 2:30 pm. You can register for these classes using your school email address at these links:
- Girls Varsity Swim team won the first ever VVAL Swimming Championships!!!
- Annie Neles (Female Athlete of the Year), Gabriella Knudsen (Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year), Tyler Winslow (Male Athlete of the Year), and Jack Boydell (Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year were Sonoma Valley High School's honorees at The Press Democrat's 2019 All Empire Athletes of the Year Ceremony!!!
SVHS Cheer Tryouts. Tryouts will be held over a 4 day period. - IT IS MANDATORY TO ATTEND ALL 4 DAYS -
Tryouts will run from Tuesday, May 7th to Friday, May 10th from 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm in Golton Hall.
All athletes must arrive on time, dressed in a white t-shirt, black shorts and/or yoga pants, cheer and/or athletic shoes only (NO SLIP ON SHOES), a high ponytail, and a full water bottle. Friday may run later than 6:30 for some. Any questions can be directed to Maci Jerry at email@example.com. Go Dragons!
ASB STUDENT CLUBS
Team Olympus has chosen Isabelle Costanzo as student of the week for doing spectacular in all of her classes and showing character and perseverance of the highest quality.
Mauna Kea's students of the week are Lizeth and Brian: Lizeth Martinez Contreras for doing awesome in all of her classes and being super nice. Brian Saldana for always being helpful in PE and for having a stellar attitude.
Attention SVHS Senior parents, guardians, and students. The end of the year is quickly approaching and it is almost time to return your district issued Chromebooks. Senior Chromebook Collection Day will be on Friday, May 31st. Please check your email as there is a very important letter about the collection day, and answers to frequently asked questions related to the Chromebook return process. Thank you!
Freshmen are invited to study and prepare for finals at Sweets & Study May 29, 3:15 - 4:30 pm. Freshmen teachers will be available for help and support. Come join and participate in the study session!
Yearbook distribution day is Friday, May 17! We only have 75 copies left to sell before Distribution Day. Order your yearbook now to make sure that you have a copy waiting for you. Order at jostens.com, Student Activities, or H16.
There will be no 0 period classes June 3 - June 6. 0 period finals will take place in 0 period classes on Thursday, May 30, and Friday, May 31.
Attention all SENIORS! Sign up now for the All-Night Graduation Party on June 7th, 9 pm after the Graduation ceremony. Food, games, entertainment, and prizes for everyone. **One lucky senior will win a CAR!!** Sign-up forms are available at the student activities window! Tickets are only $55, and scholarships are available.
Join us for Varsity Baseball Games this year! See the Spirit Themes by clicking the link. Varsity Baseball Spirit Days Link Click here! Leadership will have giveaways for specific games & Slice Shack Challenges! Don’t miss out!
The Cafeteria is looking for students to work either in the Cafeteria or the No Name Cafe. If Interested please go see Colleen Daly in the kitchen to inquire with your interest!
Student Forum Meeting (previously known as General Assembly/all during Advisory from 11:55 am-12:45 pm)
Last meeting is May 23rd-celebration/reflection!
Need a place to relax, destress, or chat? Come to the Dragon Haven at lunch in G5! Hosted every day by our counselors!
Monday-Ms. Gurnee/Tuesday Ms. Campos/Wednesday-Mr. Bravo/Thursday-Mrs. Sanchez/Friday-Mrs. Perry
Lunch specials for the week of 5/13 thru 5/17(subject to change):
(If you are on our lunch program you can choose salad bar or hot item)
Monday – Spaghetti & Meatballs
Tuesday – Teriyaki Chicken
Wednesday – Cheese Quesadilla
Thursday – Orange Chicken
Friday – (2)Beef Tacos
COLLEGE and CAREER **Please stop by the CCC for more information**
Revolution Prep is offering a $200 gift card for students interested in taking a SAT or ACT test prep class over the summer. Stop by the CCC for more information.
Juniors - do you need help writing your college essays? Sign-up for the annual College Essay Writing Workshop on Monday, June 10th and Tuesday, June 11th from 10-12 in the CCC. All 4-year college bound juniors are invited and it's FREE! Sign-ups in the CCC.
And...juniors interested in getting their 4-year college applications finished BEFORE school starts should sign-up for College Application Camp held Monday, August 12th thru Thursday, August 15th from 9-12 in the CCC. Financial aid is available and sign-ups are in the CCC.
Seniors - please submit a copy of your financial aid awards from the college you will be attending in the fall. We like to include your scholarship awards(we do not publish need-based scholarships) at the Senior Awards Ceremony on May 24th. Copies and questions, please see Mrs. Conner.
ALL seniors are required to complete the Senior Survey on Naviance before senior checkout day on Monday, June 3rd. Log on to your Naviance account and the survey task is on the home page.
Great summer opportunities in the CCC:
--Conservation Science Intensive (Girls 14-17) July 8-12th (Overnight) FREE--Application due ASAP
Interested in Hospitality or Culinary? The Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn is seeking applications for its Summer Work Experience Program. Not only will you work and earn money at Sonoma Mission Inn as a server, you will learn leadership and management skills as part of the program. Apply at fairmontcareers.com.. More info in the CCC.
Interested in the environment? Join the Environmental Resource Management Summer Academy! June 17-July 24, 9:00am-2:00 pm SRJC Earn College Credit! Impact the environment! Hands-on field experiments in environmental work! http://ctesonomacounty.org/ERMSA/
Not sure what to do this summer? Come check out the "Summer Opportunities" wall in the CCC!
SVHS PARENTS SECTION
Attention Parents: We are in need of some additional support in chaperoning Senior Week Activities! If you're interested in chaperoning one of the below events please contact Shawna Hettrich at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
Epicenter 10am-4pm on 6/5
Six Flags 9:30am-5pm on 6/6
*Parents would ride on buses to help with supervision with food provided at Six Flags.
Attention Parents of Graduating Seniors: Wednesday, May 22nd is the last day to secure space in the Sonoma Index-Tribune’s Salute to the 2019 Graduates for your student recognition ad. Please contact Robert Lee, Sales Manager for more information at 707-933-2749 or Robert.email@example.com
GRAD NIGHT is a tradition we value at SVHS.
An all-night party to keep our graduating seniors safe, and off the roads. An alcohol- and drug-free event filled with Entertainment, Games, Prizes and Food to party the night away in style, and safely.
*** This is a pay-it-forward request ***
This event cannot be staffed by parents of the graduating seniors, of course. Your kids will benefit from this in the next few years, and we ask that you help make this possible for our kids, as others will do for yours!
SIGN UP to help out here: https://signup.com/go/EHoGuTj
Are you a parent of a junior? Would you like to learn more about Senior Project? We need between 350 to 400 judges for the event on May 22nd, so this is a great opportunity to see what SP is all about. If you're interested, contact Holly Kyle by email: firstname.lastname@example.org to register. The event starts at 4 PM. and ends around 7:50 PM. Please respond by email prior to May 10th.
On behalf of the Masons of Temple Lodge #14, nominations are being sought for their Teacher of the Year Program- Information & Nominations. Please consider nominating a teacher for their program.
Do you have a Sonoma Market Community Scrip Card? If so you can now choose SVHS as your donation. Cards are available at the front desk.
Have you joined SVHS Boosters? Membership Next Boosters meeting will be Monday, June 3rd at 7 pm in the Library.