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Stone Valley Middle School does “Whatever it Takes” to ensure that every student learns at a high level.


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Dates to Remember


TUE     09/11   Ed Fund Meeting (1pm - 2:30pm) 


FRI       10/05   Teacher Work Day (No School)

Mon 10/8 - Fri 10/12 Conference Week (Minimum Day, Out @ 12:10pm)

THU     10/11   PTA Meeting & Principal Coffee (8:30am - 10:30am) Library

SAT      10/13   SVREF Mini Run/Health Expo

SUN     10/14   SRVEF Run For Education

TUE     10/16   Ed Fund Meeting (1pm - 2:30pm) 

Mon 10/22 - Fri 10/31   Red Ribbon Week

WED    10/31   Halloween (Minimum Day, Out @ 12:10pm)



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Dear Parents & Students,


I wanted to share with you an exciting learning opportunity.  Two of our SRVUSD science teachers are offering high school prep level science lab classes through the SRVEF Imagineering Program.  If you are excited to continue into the science pathway at San Ramon Valley High School, this is a great opportunity to meet a couple of the SRVHS science teachers, experience the SRVHS science lab classroom environment, and get an introduction to two of the courses offered at the high school. If you have any questions, please reach out the Imagineering Program Manager, Cecilia Brear (Cecilia@srvef.org ).  


To register, visit www.bit.ly/srvef_imagineering.


Bionics (Anatomy & Robotics):

This is an introductory course to the field of Bionics and the study of how robotics and anatomy help solve everyday problems in health and science. Students will learn how engineers solve problems with technology advances and support a better quality of life for many other individuals. Students will learn how the design of assistive technology is interdisciplinary as this class combines mechanical, electrical, and biomedical engineering concepts. Projects will include an introduction to prosthetics, touch sensors, heart valves, and pneumatics. This class is developed and taught by Kim Tretten, Science Teacher at San Ramon Valley High School. CLASS Dates: October 15, 22, 29, & November 5


Cosmetic Chemistry:

Soap, perfumes & bath bombs... chemistry is all around us! Students will learn and explore cosmetic chemistry with hands on experiments. The bubbles of bath bombs will be used to understand chemical reactions. Acid and base chemistry will be explained as students make their own soap. Our budding chemists will also discover how the shapes of molecules can be used to mimic smells. All our lab experiments will expose students to the skills needed for middle school & high school courses. This class is developed and taught by Katie Henderson, Science Teacher at San Ramon Valley High School. CLASS DATES: October 18,25, November 1, & 8


Girls In Future Technologies (GIFT) Day


• Tech talks & hands-on workshops geared just for girls

• Meet other girls who share your interest in technology

• Learn, watch, and be inspired


Who: Girls in 7th & 8TH grade & accompanying parents (optional)

When: Saturday, October 20th, 9:30-3:00 (Check - 9:00am)

Cost: $28.45 per person (includes Subway lunch & registration fees)


Where: AT&T, 5001 Executive Parkway, San Ramon, CA, 94583


Register: Online via Eventbrite (see flyer below):


MathCounts will begin Friday October 19th from 2:45-4:05 in room A7.  All are invited to participate.  It is a math competition series for students who enjoy math.  It is mainly run by High School students who participated in MathCounts while they were students here at Stone Valley. 

More information and a sign-up sheet will be available at the first meeting.



Ms. Wendy Nacamu


After School Sports

Cross Country (Grades 6-8)

August 21 – September 27

Team Informational Meeting: Tuesday, August 21 (2:40 pm-2:55 pm – B6)

Season: August 21 – September 25

Practices: August 28,30, September 4,6,11,13,

Meets @ Osage Park: September 18th and September 25th


Please contact Mr. Shinn at dshinn@srvusd.net if you have any questions.

SRVUSD Policy on Possession of Cellular Phones at School:

Possession of cellular phones or other electronic devices by a student, at school, is a privilege, which may be forfeited by any student who fails to abide by the pertinent district or school rules that pertain to the possession /use of such devices. Cellular phones or other devices are only allowed to be used for instructional purposes under the direct supervision of a classroom teacher. Otherwise, cellular phones or other electronic devices are not to be used, heard or seen during the school day, which includes both in- class instructional time as well as non-structured times such as lunch, break & passing period. If phones are visible or audible at any point of the school day, they will be taken and held for parent pick-up after school. Repeat violations will result in progressive disciplinary consequences.


Smart watches should only be used to tell time and not for communication with others. The same consequences will apply for violations to this policy.


The District/school shall not be responsible for the loss of or damage to a cellular phone brought onto campus.


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Alamo, CA  94507

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