Announcements – Tuesday, February 21, 2017

 Each day, Mr. Walker and Mrs. Thompson will provide clarification on an area related to dress code.  Girls may wear the following options:

Polo Shirts

Buttoned-down-the-front, collared shirts or blouses

Blouses or sweaters without a collar (not t-shirts or t-shirt-like blouses)

Turtleneck or mock turtleneck shirts or sweaters

The administrators responsible for dress code reserve the final judgment on the appropriateness of any garment.

Page 15, SVHS Student Handbook


The following students need to see Mr. Walker today during tutorial:

Frank Wang                           John Du                        John Cai


Please see Ms. Perry at tutorial :

Isabella Welsh                        Carson White                         Gio Antonini 

Alessandra Ditzio                   Sophia Figone                        Anton Ghattas                            Daniel Mendoza                    

Gabby Monti                          Roy Morgan                  Jacquelyn Pontaza                 John Romano                        Austin Silva 

Chris Campbell 


Sarah Kennedy, please visit Room 18 at Tuesday’s tutorial (2/21).


Students  –  Students are not allowed in the counseling department when class is in session unless the student has a green slip noting a specific time to see a counselor.  Thank you!


Thank you Mr. Reynolds and his Econ class.  We hit a milestone 10,000 + plastic bottles removed from landfill and 10,000 bottles of water consumed by our community. Close to 500 cases of water. New filter for next 10,000 on its way. Keep drinking and thinking on ways to improve our environment.


Congratulations SV Debate!  It has been a long week, we started at the Stanford Invitational where Julia Hunter and Emma page earned a 5-1 record in prelims and advanced to the quarterfinals with Julia getting 8th ranked speaker!  Olivia Brandt and Colin Birkenstock also earned a 3-3 record in Varsity against debaters with far more experience.  Julia and Emma then attended the prestigious California Round Robin (only the top 12 teams in the country are invited) where they were ranked in the top 4, and Julia earned 2nd place speaker!  We finished off the week at the California Berkeley Invitational where Julia and Emma again earned a 5-1 prelim record and advanced to the double octofinals on Monday.  Way to go everyone, it has been a great week!


Congratulations to the Varsity Boys Basketball team on their qualification into the NCS tournament. They will travel to Cloverdale on Wednesday for a game at 7:00. As this is an NCS tournament game, the price of admission goes up to $10.00 for adults, and $5.00 for students.


All clean basketball uniforms except Varsity Boys, must be turned in by tomorrow (Wednesday).


Varsity Baseball uniforms issued today at lunch upstairs in the gym.


Athletic clearances for basketball players who are playing a Spring Sport — turn in your participation fee to the front office and then see Ms. Keller after school for your clearance.


Attention seniors! Time for composing and sending off your senior wills. Submit before March 15th. Send wills to:

Student Congress Mandatory Meeting:  WED, the 22nd, in room 15. See you all there!


Community Service Opportunities:

Little Shepard preschool is holding a fundraiser gala at Hermann Sons Hall to raise money for their music department. The event is March 31st at 6:30 and we are looking for a few students who still need a few service hours to help with the event. This will be a silent and live auction event with dinner and they will need some volunteers to help the moms with keeping the food stations full, organizing the auction items and helping to clear the tables during and after dinner.

If interested in serving 6-9:30 please see Ms. Atkinson?


February 2017                                                             

Dear Students,                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Can you volunteer at the upcoming Just  Between Friends event?  Grab a friend or three and join us!  Volunteers Needed:
Monday, March 6 thru Friday, March 10
:  3pm-10pm
Saturday, March 11:  8am-10pm
Sunday, March 12:  8am-10pm
Where:  Grace Pavilion, Sonoma County Fairgrounds – 1350 Bennett Valley Rd, Santa Rosa
What will I be doing?  Volunteering with JBF is easy and fun!  Anyone can do it and we’ll show you exactly what to do.  Event set up/breakdown, organize items, greet customers, general customer service, bag items, sort donations, etc.
Partnership:  JBF is proud to partner with the Active 20-30 service organization (, which serves local disadvantaged kids.  Admission fees are donated to Active 20-30 to take kids back to school shopping and unsold donated items are distributed to local families/children in need here in our community.
Addl. Info:  Wear comfortable clothes, closed toed shoes and dress in layers.  Bring any snacks/meals or drinks that you might like.  Parking is FREE!
Contact:  Jen at , text/call 707-456-7523 to schedule your volunteer hours – let us know what hours work for you.  We are very flexible!
We GREATLY appreciate your help and can’t put on these community events without YOU!  We look forward to meeting you!
Jen & Matt Hundley, Organizers                                                                             


Attention All Freshmen:  Leadership is hosting a Just Because Day for the Freshmen Class on Tuesday, February 28, 2017. The theme is Twin Tuesday,  so grab a friend or a group to dress up with. All freshmen who dress up in the theme will receive a special treat on Tuesday! Be sure to follow the dress code provided below. If you have any questions, please ask Ms. Rodnick ( or Emma Riley ( DRESS CODE:                                                                                                                                      -Leggings allowed only if shorts of school appropriate length are worn over them.

-Opened-toed shoes are permitted as long as alternative shoes are brought for lab science classes and/or P.E.

-Tank tops must be in school dress code (minimum of three fingers in width).  NO bro tanks or cut offs.

-All outfits must be school appropriate; no cleavage, no midriff.  No Morphsuits.

-School appropriate length sports shorts are allowed and shorts must remain unrolled for the entirety of the day.

-No suggestive language, alcohol, or drug references on t-shirts.