Important Date to remember: First Day of School is August 16th
Summer School Office - Terri Hernandez email@example.com 933-4002
Transcripts/Registration - Amber McCann-Howlett firstname.lastname@example.org 933-4009Student Activities Office - Johanna Fichtenberg email@example.com 933-4016
2021-22 School Year Returns to Full Time In-Person Instruction
Getting set up for Graduation!
Gift bags from Grad Night Drive Thru!
Congratulations to Ben Goodman Chavez for winning the 2021 Grad Night Car Donated by Sonoma Chevrolet!
SVHS STUDENT SURVEY SPRING 2021:
This year’s book is what is known as a Complete Year Yearbook (CYY), which is just like what it sounds: a book that covers the entire year from August to June, right up until the end!
How do I pick up my yearbook?
Because this year’s book is a Complete Year Yearbook (CYY), books will be available during Back to School Registration in August for the next academic year 2021-2022.
Seniors who have ordered a book will pick theirs up via a drive thru pickup in the main parking lot at Sonoma Valley High School. Graduated seniors and/or families can pick up their book during a 1-hour time window. There will be a makeup day for pickups in August.
Current freshmen, sophomores, and juniors who have ordered a book will pick theirs up during Back to School Registration in the Pfeiffer Gym at Sonoma Valley High School. There will be a makeup window for pickups during the first week of school.
When is the last day to buy the Sonoma Valley High School 2021 yearbook for $100?
The last day to buy is Wednesday, June 30. After that, the price goes up to $12
Thank you to our local businesses for showing off their Dragon Pride and supporting our Graduating Class of 2021!
SVHS PARENTS SECTION
From your SVHS Boosters Club:
THANK YOU to all who purchased a Legacy Tile! And check out our latest Boosters Newsletter: Find out what Joanna and Michele do for our Board and why they are involved...
Business Sponsorships: https://svhsboosters.membershiptoolkit.com/packet/16894444
Work Permit Information
PLEASE FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS TO OBTAIN A WORK PERMIT DURING SUMMER 2021:
Print an application for a work permit (Form CDE B1-1), or go to https://www.cde.ca.gov/ci/ct/we/documents/formb1-1.doc (or pick one up outside the College & Career Center).
Complete the form and have your parent/guardian & employer sign and date their section. It is mandatory to provide your social security number and not optional.
Drop the completed application (Form CDE B1-1) off in the CCC or scan it (you can even just take a photo of it) and email it to:
June 1-30: Wendy Swanson at the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
July 1-16: Terri Hernandez at the following email address: email@example.com
July 19-30: NO WORK PERMITS ISSUED
Aug 2-Aug. 16: Wendy Swanson at the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
COLLEGE and CAREER **Please stop by the CCC for more information**
Rising Seniors interested in getting a head start on their college applications are invited to come to the annual College Application Camp August 9th -12th from 9-12 in the College and Career Center! Most applications open August 1st, let Ms. Conner walk you through the process. Please see the flyer for details (sign-ups embedded in the flyer).
The Hanna Institute is offering a workshop on healing justice for students grades 8 - 11. The program is 8 weeks long, 3 hours per week. Students who complete the program will earn an $800 stipend for their time. Please see website for details.
Earn college credit for volunteering! Are you volunteering your time this summer to help out a community organization? If so, you can get credit from Santa Rosa Junior College for doing so! Two sections of CI51 will be offered this summer (0.5 units for 25 volunteer hours; 1.0 units for 50 hours) Summer session begins June 14, 2021 (but you can start your hours as early as May 31st!). More information in the CCC!
We have updated Summer Opportunities on the CCC Website! Check it out! Deadlines are approaching!
Sonoma Community Center is hosting an artistic Self Expression Camp for LGTBQ teens June 7-18. Please see the website for details.
Girls Who Code FREE summer immersion program for rising 11th & 12th grade girls will be entirely virtual this summer! Spend two weeks learning to code with and from female coders: girlswhocode.com
Seniors - please post your college acceptances on our virtual map! We're anxious to learn about all of your opportunities!
Sonoma State Engineering Camp for high school students will be VIRTUAL this year! July 19-23. Students will build their own projects around robotics, automation, sensors, computer vision, and apps. All participants will receive their own electronic kits. Registration is OPEN at https://ee.sonoma.edu/engineering-summer-camp! Summer Camp Flyer in English Summer Camp Flyer in Spanish
Want to learn to code this summer? Register for the 5-week online course through the University of Michigan! More info and registration here
Juniors and Sophomores are invited to take practice SAT and ACT exams with Revolution Prep. These are offered on Saturdays in May and June, please see flyer for details. Exams will be offered online.
Students who would like help registering and/or enrolling in classes for SRJC may attend one of their virtual workshops. There are workshops for current seniors or dual enrollment students (9th, 10th or 11th graders) throughout April, May and June. Please visit their website for more information.
Revolution Prep is offering a $200 discount for SAT or ACT small group test prep and academic tutoring. Please see the flyer for details. The link to access the gift card is here.