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Audience: Meetings / Minutes / Newsletters, Cheryl Mattingly, Personal Support, PTSA, Technology, Spirit Squad, College and Career Center, Education Fund, Athletic Boosters, Student Support Resources, Spring Sports, Wildcat Sports, Staff Resources, Departments, Academics, Library, Music Boosters Fund, Senior Class Resources, Homepage, Counseling, DVHS Student Clubs, Administration Office, About, Students, Academic Planning, Testing, Fall Sports, Parents, Winter Sports, Homepage, Athletics, Programs, Fundraisers and Staff

Juniors will meet with the Josten's rep on Thursday, 10/18 at Access in the theatre.

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Posted by: Cheryl Mattingly
Published: 10/16/18




Audience: Meetings / Minutes / Newsletters, Cheryl Mattingly, Personal Support, PTSA, Technology, Spirit Squad, College and Career Center, Education Fund, Athletic Boosters, Student Support Resources, Spring Sports, Wildcat Sports, Staff Resources, Departments, Academics, Library, Music Boosters Fund, Senior Class Resources, Homepage, Counseling, DVHS Student Clubs, Administration Office, About, Students, Academic Planning, Testing, Fall Sports, Parents, Winter Sports, Homepage, Athletics, Programs, Fundraisers and Staff

Seniors will meet for the Josten's informational meeting Wednesday, 10/16, in the theatre during Access.  Important grad-related info!

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Posted by: Cheryl Mattingly
Published: 10/16/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Hey Wildcats!

 

GSA will be having a movie night on October 19th in the DVHS Library after school from 4:30 to 8:30! Admission is free and we'll be selling pizza and popcorn! We'll be watching Love Simon and The Greatest Showman.

 

Everyone is welcome! Feel free to bring blankets and pillows!

 

See you there! 🌈🌈

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Posted by: Caleb Sun
Published: 10/16/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Hey Wildcats!

 

I would really appreciate if you could take this quick survey for my article.

 

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeokNpXTqO7BDPTjpOcZG1ffbZY7esZAYbRsSN2StsJgmi4hA/viewformI 

 

Thank you!

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Posted by: Tejasvi Anand
Published: 10/15/18




Audience: CSF, UNICEF, Homepage, Build a School, Young Entrepreneurs Club, Future Physicians of America (FPA), Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hey Red Cross,

 

Please fill out the following google document by recording your name in the appropriate row. Try your best to put your name in order and feel free to ask an officer if you have any questions, comments, or concerns. Attendance from today’s club picture will be recorded through this form in 2 weeks, and you will receive a cut if you do not fill out the form by then.

 

Best,

Rabail Abbas

Co-President 

DVHS Red Cross

 

CLUB PICTURE ATTENDANCE LINK: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1NOHe5F8wbHP_DQVUxYaI-CkwAJzsXllZqnx1qhdKLRA/edit

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Posted by: Rabail Abbas
Published: 10/15/18




Audience: CSF, UNICEF, Homepage, Build a School, Young Entrepreneurs Club, Future Physicians of America (FPA), Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hey UNICEF,

 

Please fill out the following google document by recording your name in the appropriate row. Try your best to put your name in order and feel free to ask an officer if you have any questions, comments, or concerns. Attendance from today’s club picture will be recorded through this form in 2 weeks, and you will receive a cut if you do not fill out the form by then.

 

Best,

Rabail Abbas

President 

DVHS UNICEF

 

CLUB PICTURE ATTENDANCE LINK: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1XD-kvtN8sKNAb9Laghj2VCZWn-_dMb-h49chaGK-_DM/edit

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Posted by: Rabail Abbas
Published: 10/15/18




Audience: CSF, Hack Club, Homepage, Physics Olympiad, Physics Olympiad (Mr. Lee), Engineering Club, Mu Alpha Theta -- MATH CLUB, D&D Club, National Honor Society (NHS) and Homepage

We understand surveys like this have flooded the news section. This survey will only take a minute or two, we would like to know about Dougherty's opinions on Proposition 10 about rent control. Thank you so much for taking the time to read and provide input.

 

Link to survey:

https://goo.gl/forms/LSyKdO4V4TOBQNwL2

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Posted by: Gaurav Gorjilla
Published: 10/15/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Key Club and Homepage

Hi Geography Clubbers,

 

Our yearbook club photo is tomorrow, Oct. 16, from 12:55 p.m. to 1:10 p.m. at the awkward steps (stairs in front of large gym). Make sure to be there as this is mandatory and it will only take a few minutes.

 

If you have any questions please contact any of the club officers listed below.

 

Thanks,

Geography Club Officer Board:

President - Ronit Kumar

Vice President - Mustafa Hussain

Secretary - Tanish Kumar

Treasurer - Madhupathi Pandey

 

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Posted by: Ronit Kumar
Published: 10/15/18




Audience: Homepage, Neuroscience Club and Homepage

Interested in the medical field?

 

Join Neuroscience Club on Monday, October 22 at lunch in room 2203 to meet guest speaker Dr. Kevin Fridie, MD. Dr. Fridie will be sharing his experiences as a board-certified anesthesiologist who has been practicing for over 20 years.

 

Sign up to attend through this form:

https://goo.gl/forms/0c7zCDh7xWC4DSzD3

 

If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, contact Alan Li, Elaine Yang, Wanzhu Zheng, or Adithya Iyer.

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Posted by: Elaine Yang
Published: 10/15/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Cloud Gazing Society, DVHS Table Tennis and Homepage

Do us a favor and fill out this 1 minute survey.

 

Thanks.

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Posted by: Reece Arakawa Tahira
Published: 10/15/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Spanish Club, ConnectED, DVHS Library Student Volunteers 2018-2019 & CSF, Model United Nations, DVHS Special Olympics Club, Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hey Wildcats!

 

Us officers would like to notify you all of our next Circle of Friends meeting which is TOMORROW Monday, October 15th, during lunch in room 4104! This meeting is mandatory for all club members as we will be assigning you all to your buddies and setting you up for your lunches (conversation starters, lunch schedules, groups, etc. will be explained in full detail) that will proceed for the duration of the school year.


If you are unable to attend the meeting, please notify an officer so we can assign you to a buddy. 

 

 

Thank you so much, see you all then!

 

CoF Treasurer,

 

Daniela Wise (10)

 

 

Officers:

 

President: Jasmine Ofodu (12)

 

VP: Anusha Entezari (11)

 

Secretary: Tamya Jordan (12)


Treasurer: Daniela Wise (10)

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Posted by: Daniela Wise
Published: 10/15/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, PVSA, WiSTEM, Speech And Debate, Young Entrepreneurs Club, Kids Against Hunger, Sankara Eye Foundation 2016-2017, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) and Homepage

Hello Wildcats!

Please fill out this form for us to gauge how you would vote on Proposition 5 in the midterm elections in November. Thanks!

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Posted by: Rohan Tripathi
Published: 10/14/18




Audience: CSF, Harry Potter Alliance, DVHS Special Olympics Club, You Tutor, Sankara Eye Foundation 2016-2017, Writer's Circle: Seasons Magazine, National Honor Society (NHS), UNICEF, Homepage, Codecademy, ConnectED, WiSTEM, MedShare, Key Club, Future Physicians of America (FPA), Computer Science Club, eSTEAMed, Save the Bay Club, Technovation Club, Newspaper Club - Wildcat Tribune and Homepage

Hi all, 

 

We are opening up applications for consistent tutoring at Gale Ranch Middle School. Anybody can apply to be a tutor! By tutoring with ConnectED, you get CSF & UNICEF applicable hours and have the opportunity for upward mobility in leadership. The best part about ConnectED is that you can set your own schedule! If you would like to apply, fill out the Google Form here: https://goo.gl/forms/XSZPR8n2x0hsQICR2. Contact Kuhu Sharma, Luisa Taverna, or Raghav Maddukuri if you have any questions! 

 

Thanks, 

The ConnectED Officers 

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Posted by: Kuhu Sharma
Published: 10/14/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Please fill out the survey attached about Proposition 6. It is completely anonymous.

 

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Posted by: Avijit Dhaliwal
Published: 10/14/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, ConnectED, DECA, You Tutor, Future Physicians of America (FPA), Kids Against Hunger, DV Harmonics and Homepage

Please take some time to take this survey for the elections taking place in November 2018.

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Posted by: Rehaab Ali
Published: 10/14/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Digital Photography Club, DECA, Project SmARTS, Save the Bay Club, Red Cross Club, NAHS National Art Honor Society, National Honor Society (NHS) and Homepage

Hey Wildcats!

 

On Wednesday, October 17th from 3:30-6:30 pm Project Smarts is hosting a fundraiser at T4 (Bollinger Canyon) in order to buy Halloween costumes for students at Community United in Oakland. If you present the flyer attached, you will receive 10% off your order!

 

In addition, please donate any gently used or new costumes suitable for elementary school students to Ms. Decker's room, 1205, from now until 10/26. 

 

-Crystal Liu

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Posted by: Crystal Liu
Published: 10/14/18




Audience: CSF, UNICEF, Homepage, Build a School, Young Entrepreneurs Club, Future Physicians of America (FPA), Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hey Red Cross,

 

Our club picture is on October 15th (Monday) during Lunch from 12:40-12:50PM. Please meet at the penguin/awkward steps at least 5 minutes before the picture and wear Red Cross gear/red. Attendance is mandatory and will be recorded! See you then!

 

Best,

Rabail Abbas

President 

DVHS Red Cross

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Posted by: Rabail Abbas
Published: 10/12/18




Audience: CSF, UNICEF, Homepage, Build a School, Young Entrepreneurs Club, Future Physicians of America (FPA), Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hey UNICEF,

 

Our club picture is on October 15th (Monday) during Lunch from 1:00-1:10 PM. Please meet at the penguin/awkward steps at least 5 minutes before the picture and wear UNICEF gear/blue. Attendance is mandatory and will be recorded! See you then!

 

Best,

Rabail Abbas

President 

DVHS UNICEF

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Posted by: Rabail Abbas
Published: 10/12/18




Audience: CSF, UNICEF, Homepage, Build a School, Young Entrepreneurs Club, Future Physicians of America (FPA), Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hey DVHS Red Cross,

 

Make sure to come out to our T4 Fundraiser tomorrow from 11 AM-11 PM to receive a 10% discount when you show the attached flyer to the cashier! Email a picture of your receipt to redcrossdvhs@gmail.com to receive 0.5 hours.

 

Best,
Red Cross Officers


 

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Posted by: Rabail Abbas
Published: 10/11/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Colors for Charity, Key Club, Red Cross Club, Science Alliance and Homepage

Hello, we are Lekha Pillarisetti and Ingrid Hsu from Mr. LaTorra's AP Government class. Please fill out this quick poll on whether or not you find Proposition 8 beneficial enough to vote for it on the 2018 ballot. 

 

Poll Link: https://goo.gl/forms/xLE0JGmrfz9jsTfs1

 

Background Information:
Changes the allocation of money in kidney dialysis clinics. Prohibits clinics from refusing to treat patients based on payment source. After 115% of revenue from the last fiscal year is reached, the rest of the money will be given off in a rebate program (refunds to patients).

 

What your vote means:
YES
: Dialysis is a life-saving treatment, but big dialysis corporations making huge profits don't invest enough in basic sanitation and patient care. YES ON 8 supports investment in quality patient care and stops overcharging that drives up costs for Californians.

 

NO: Proposition 8 is OPPOSED by thousands of nurses, doctors, patients, the American Nurses Association\California, California Medical Association, American College of Emergency Physicians of CA because it would result in the closure of many dialysis clinics in California—dangerously reducing access to care, putting the lives of vulnerable dialysis patients at risk, and increasing costs for California taxpayers.

 

Thank you for your time and effort!

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Posted by: Lekha Pillarisetti
Published: 10/11/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Give me your opinion by filling out the form below.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thanks,

Gurveer Singh

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Posted by: Gurveer Singh
Published: 10/11/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

The midterm elections are approaching on Nov. 6th. Not only are there candidate running for positions but there are also many issues regarding the infrastructure and general welfare in California. Proposition 3 is one of these issues regarding water usage.

 

Please take our survey to learn more about prop 3:

 

https://goo.gl/forms/iHvAZhdLTILN2cbA2

 

AP Gov Period 3

If you have any questions feel free to loopmail either Sharwin Patil or Zhiren Zhang.

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Posted by: Sharwin Patil
Published: 10/10/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Key Club and Homepage

Please fill out the linked google form to predict the 2018 MLB World Series champion. Your vote will be included in the poll that will be published on the sports page in the Wildcat Tribune issue that releases on Oct. 18.

 

Thanks,

Ronit Kumar

Wildcat Tribune Sports Editor

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Posted by: Ronit Kumar
Published: 10/9/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Key Club, Save the Bay Club and Homepage

Please fill out this quick survey for an AP Government project, it'll take less than two minutes. Thank you so much!

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Posted by: Rafael Emilio Ricon
Published: 10/9/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Homepage

Come and join us for another Fellowship of Christian Athletes Meeting! Everyone is welcome! Grab a slice of pizza and hang out!

 

Where: Main gym

When: Lunch(12:38) Tuesday 10/9/18

 

FCA President,

Evan

 

If you have any questions feel free to loopmail me!

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Posted by: Evan Siu
Published: 10/8/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Hey Wildcats!

 

Just a reminder that our second meeting will be this Friday, 10/12. It will be held in Ms. Dennis’ room, 2201 during lunch. This meeting is mandatory! We will be discussing more in depth of our upcoming events and activities.

 

It’s not too late to join so make sure to bring friends:) See you there!

 

-Your AHA officers

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Posted by: Charlotte Hong
Published: 10/8/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Physics Olympiad, WiSTEM, Mu Alpha Theta -- MATH CLUB, Key Club, Computer Science Club and Homepage

Please take the time to answer this very brief survey on your opinion of Proposition 8 (for AP Government). Thank you.

 

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScySvT1j0sLnOwIlykugaoNCNxxPW6WYstw3gTKjgoD1OWz_g/viewform?usp=sf_link

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Posted by: Anson Hu
Published: 10/8/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, DECA, Speech And Debate, You Tutor, Sankara Eye Foundation 2016-2017, Red Cross Club, Science Alliance and Homepage

Hello everyone,

 

Tomorrow (10/9) we will have our second Neurodivergent People's Network meeting!  The meeting will be in Ms. Tanihara's room (2105) during lunch.  We will have our first discussion and be voting on our first activity!  Everyone is welcome!

 

Sincerely,

Anoushka Basu

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Posted by: Anoushka Basu
Published: 10/8/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Model United Nations, MedShare, Key Club, Team HBV, Kids Against Hunger, Volunteers for Senior Citizens, 2018-2019 Interact Group and Homepage

Do you take psychology or sociology?

 

Do you want to be in the yearbook?

 

Fill out this short survey for a chance to be in the yearbook!!!

 

link attached below, or copy paste:  https://goo.gl/forms/49gLjqSdMnCiIWNo1

 

Thanks!

Sophia Doss

Triumph Staff 2018-2019

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Posted by: Sophia Doss
Published: 10/8/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

This week is the week of our Fall Concerts! Band performs on Tuesday 10/9, Chamber Orchestra and Choir perform on Wednesday 10/10. Concerts start at 7:00 in the Performing Arts Center and doors open at 6:30. Tickets can be purchased at the door. Tickets are $10 for general admission and $5 for students.

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Posted by: Emma Wong
Published: 10/8/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Hello everybody!

 

The first Muslim Student Association Meeting will be held at lunch this Monday 10/8 in 3206(Mrs. Rodriguez's room). We will go over the breakdown of how the year will run and an overview of our meeting schedule. There will be snacks along with info as to how you could possibly hold an officer position! 

 

See you all there,

-MSA officers

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Posted by: Ameen Ahmed
Published: 10/7/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Hey Wildcats!

 

Come out to the Minds Matter meeting this Monday (10/8) during lunch in Ms. Agustin's room (2108).

This meeting will be focusing on a discussion about stress and its affect on us.

 

THERE WILL BE COOKIES!

 

Hope to see your there!

-Minds Matter Team

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Posted by: Aria Khalique
Published: 10/7/18




Audience: Homepage, Maker Space and Homepage

Hey everyone,

 

The full membership application for San Ramon Makerspace has been released! It includes information about the safety rules in the club and some general information about your experience with topics we will be covering throughout the year. It is attached below and is in the locker in the schoolloop group.

 

The application and the $10-$15 donation will be due Thursday, October 25, in Mrs. Assefa's room3103, by 4 PM.

 

Thanks,

- Your San Ramon Makerspace Officers

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Posted by: Vishakh Arora
Published: 10/7/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Hello everybody!

 

The first Muslim Student Association Meeting will be held at lunch this Monday 10/8 in 3206(Mrs. Rodriguez's room). We will go over the breakdown of how the year will run and an overview of our meeting schedule. Anyone can join and there will be snacks along with info as how you could possibly hold an officer position.

 

See you all there!

 

-MSA officers

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Posted by: Atef Samie
Published: 10/4/18




Audience: CSF, Hack Club, Homepage, DECA, Scheppach APUSH Period 5 2018-2019, 2018-2019 Interact Group and Homepage

Thanks to all those who had shown interest in learning about TBI and wanted to participate in our club. We look forward to you coming to our future meetings.

Here's the initial meeting presentation, do review it! https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1gj6t9k2WQL3YYApVedxBiVOi2p5rfIg5PfAGUD9wjWo

We are planning fun activities and fundraisers for the rest of school year, just come to our lunchtime meetings and use your time to learn something new! Stay tuned for announcements about the next meeting.

Check out this link for an interesting concussion fact!

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0By2LmVXZNIt_dUR0SDNfb1BMXzZsZmdsakpsbWJSLVdsMEV3


-TBIA Club Officers

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Posted by: Ashwin Nimmal
Published: 10/4/18




Audience: Homepage, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12 and Homepage

Please fill out this survey regarding the various online submission deadlines at Dougherty!

 

Must show evidence of completion of survey (screen shot or confirmation page)

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Posted by: Rachel Decker
Published: 10/3/18




Audience: Homepage, Engineering Club and Homepage

Hey everyone!

 

Just a reminder that our next meeting is tomorrow during lunch in room 3214.

 

Hope to See You There!

- Your Officers

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Posted by: Sahil Mehta
Published: 10/2/18




Audience: Art 5 Adv Period 5, Art 2 Period 6, Staff, Principals, Assistant Principals, Sys Admins, Teachers, Associates, Students, Parents, Afterschool Professionals, Homepage, AP Studio Art: Drawing & Design Period 3, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12, All Grades and Homepage
RISD will be visiting DVHS's Fine Arts Department on Wednesday, October 24 at 12:19 PM. (Access)

Students must obtain an access pass from Mrs. Wengel no later than Oct 23rd. 

The presentation showcases recent student work and highlights Experimental and Foundation Studies. They will also talk about the application and give our students ideas on how to craft their portfolio. Finally, they will talk about careers in the visual arts and how RISD helps students find their way to the professional art world.

We hope you can attend for this special presentation! 

 

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Posted by: Kelsey Wengel
Published: 10/2/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

If so, DVHS Best Buddies has got you covered! We are selling bath bombs - small for $0.50 and large for $1.50. The scents available are lavender and peppermint. All of the money goes to support Best Buddies International - a nonprofit worldwide organization that creates one-to-one friendships and endless opportunities for students with special needs. Please contact me or Karen Kim (our club president) if you are interested in buying a bath bomb. Your money goes to support a good cause - and you get bath bombs for much less than you would at the store!

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Posted by: Anika Tindall
Published: 10/1/18




Audience: Homepage, Neuroscience Club and Homepage

Thank you to everyone who was able to come to the Neuroscience Club meeting today!

 

If you missed it, here is the link to the presentation: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1QPcz3BwXUuxPrVQH1Z_BgGoZ3kz6GZ8ja9vLB4nhCAs/edit?usp=sharing

 

As a reminder, club meetings take place every Monday at lunch in room 2203, unless you are notified otherwise.

 

Check out this article with tips on conducting negotiations: https://www.nbcnews.com/better/pop-culture/how-negotiate-anything-according-neuroscientists-ncna911046

 

Have a good week,

Your Neuroscience Club Officers

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Posted by: Elaine Yang
Published: 10/1/18




Audience: Homepage, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12 and Homepage

Hello from the Rapid Response Advice Column team! 

 

Are you in need of advice? Were you a fan of the advice column "Ask Amanda" and want to ask more questions? If so, submit an anonymous question(s) with this form and we'll try our best to help you.

 

This form will close on Friday, October 5 at 11:59 pm, and responses will be posted on the Tribune’s website (thewildcattribune.com) on Sunday. If you sent questions last week, they are now on the Tribune website under the “Exclusives” tab.

 

More details are available on the form - We're looking forward to helping you out!

 

If you have any questions about this process, direct them to the wildcattribunestaff@gmail.com or the members of the Rapid Response Team (Taylor Atienza, Oce Bohra, Sarah Kim, and Harshita Neralla).

 

Best,

The Wildcat Tribune Rapid Response Team

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Posted by: Rachel Decker
Published: 10/1/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, DECA, Speech And Debate, You Tutor, Sankara Eye Foundation 2016-2017, Red Cross Club, Science Alliance and Homepage

Hello everyone,

 

The October meeting for Neurodivergent People's Network has been rescheduled from tomorrow to next Tuesday, October 9, because of the minimum day.

 

Thank you,

Anoushka Basu

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Posted by: Anoushka Basu
Published: 10/1/18




Audience: Art 5 Adv Period 5, Homepage, Art 2 Period 6, AP Studio Art: Drawing & Design Period 3, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12 and Homepage


 

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Posted by: Kelsey Wengel
Published: 10/1/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

The Homecoming dance is Saturday, October 6 from 7-10pm at DVHS.

 

Homecoming tickets are now on sale on the webstore. We have an all new map/layout for the dance this year (check out the map here) and other exciting surprises.

 

Tickets are $30 with ASB and $43 without ASB. Purchase tickets on the webstore here.

 

Guest passes (see attached) are available and guest tickets must be purchased directly at the bookkeeper's office.

 

Last day to buy tickets is Tuesday, October 2.

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Posted by: Mr. Bowen
Published: 10/1/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, ConnectED, You Tutor, Mu Alpha Theta -- MATH CLUB, Computer Science Club, eSTEAMed, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), Innovative Film Makers Club, Science Alliance and Homepage

Due to the minimum day tomorrow, we will move this to next Tuesday 10/9.

Hello!

If you applied for a Coding with Business officer position please come to room 3214 NEXT WEEK on 10/9 during Lunch. We will be going over more details on applying.

 

If you did not apply on the Google Form you can still apply to be an officer if you come next week.

 

If you have any questions please contact me and also join our FB for more updates.

FB Group:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1887629718199013/about/

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Posted by: Shourya Munjal
Published: 10/1/18




Audience: Homepage, Neuroscience Club and Homepage

I hope everybody has had a good weekend!

 

There will be another Neuroscience Club meeting Monday at lunch in room 2203. We will be continuing our Sensory Series. Get ready for a fun game of Kahoot; there will be prizes! See you all there!

 

Can't wait for more neuroscience? Check out this article on sensory deprivation: http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/crux/2014/04/04/floating-away-the-science-of-sensory-deprivation-therapy/#.W7Ej8S3MzUI

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Posted by: Elaine Yang
Published: 9/30/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

You don't have to be in leadership to come. Come today until 6 and tomorrow from 10-6. We appreciate all the help we can get!!

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Posted by: Isaiah Hendrix
Published: 9/29/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Model United Nations, ARK - Acts of Random Kindness and Homepage

DV Club Presidents!

 

The Clubs Committee is piloting a new event called Club Fair. This event is a way to showcase your club to the DVHS community and also gives an opportunity to win a prize for your entire club. This is a MANDATORY event that all clubs need to sign up for by next Friday (9/28). The sign up genius link is attached, which also contains a further description of the Club Fair event. 

 

Also please make sure that you are signed up for the remind by texting @clubsdvhs to 81010. We use this remind to send out important information and due dates for all of the clubs.

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Posted by: Caitlin Zink
Published: 9/29/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Girls who code, Speech And Debate, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), GAITEway, Writer's Circle: Seasons Magazine, Project SmARTS and Homepage

 

Hello DV students! 

 

This year's FBLA community service project will be directed toward helping fire victims. We will be partnering with various organizations to help victims recover from disastrous wildfires that have been occurring in the Bay Area. Through fundraisers, volunteer work, and donation drives, we are aiming to create a large impact on devastated areas. 

 

Our project is not restricted to only FBLA members, so all are welcome! This will be a great opportunity to work with non-profit organizations and develop essential communication and teamwork skills. Also, this is a great story to put on college apps!

 

Project Rise Up is looking for individuals who will be dedicated to this project and have a sufficient amount of time to fulfill their officer duties. In order for our project to succeed, we will need an officer team who will be directly involved in contacting the organization. However, if you are not interested in an officer position, we are still looking for members to help participate and volunteer with us. Contact the email listed below if you just want to serve as a member for this project.

 

To apply for an officer position, click the link below to access the google form. The second part of the application process is an interview. The interview portion of the application will be held after October 15th and timings will be based on your availability.

 

Applications are due Monday, October 15th at 11:59 pm

 

LATE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED

 

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact CSP chair Meghna Prasanth- meghna123is@gmail.com or 925-406-9677

 

We look forward to your applications!

 

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfizrU0WLHuxuiS6fUdGcYwovgv4_h3hHoF7zHPJdLR6z1u-g/viewform?usp=sf_link

 

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Posted by: Meghna Prasanth
Published: 9/28/18




Audience: Art 5 Adv Period 5, Art 2 Period 6, Staff, Principals, Assistant Principals, Sys Admins, Teachers, Associates, Students, Parents, Afterschool Professionals, Homepage, AP Studio Art: Drawing & Design Period 3, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12 and Homepage



 

Next Meeting: October 10th at lunch in room 4103 

 

NAHS, your club dues will be collected at the meeting- $5 must be in a sealed envelope with your name on it. 

 

If you are interested in Art, but do not want to be in NAHS, or do not yet qualify, you can still attend and be a part of Art club!  

 

Prospective meeting highlights: 

NAHS Volunteer Opportunities 

Inktober Updates 

NAHS art contests- coming up 

NAHS Google Classroom format 

Art Gear ideas

Vinyl sticker ideas 

 

Bring your lunch, and arrive on time! Also, if you aren't already, follow us @dvhsart 

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Posted by: Kelsey Wengel
Published: 9/28/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

This upcoming week, 10/1-10/4, is our DV Lights up the World spirit week! There’s four spirit days we would love for you to participate in.

 

Monday- Surf n’ Turf

Turf is the underclassmen, and they’ll be dressing up in streetwear, surf is beachwear for the upperclassmen, feel free to participate in either

 

Tuesday- RockSTAR

RockSTAR, dress up as your favorite rockstar, or wear your favorite band tee

 

Wednesday- Lights out

The theme is Lights out, so wear pajamas

 

Thursday- Class Shirts

If you ordered a senior homecoming class shirt, wear that, if not, wear ASB shirts!

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Posted by: Mr. Bowen
Published: 9/28/18




Audience: CSF, UNICEF, Homepage, Build a School, Young Entrepreneurs Club, Future Physicians of America (FPA), Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hey UNICEF,

 

Ruby’s Place is a domestic shelter for women and children in Hayward and BAWAR is an organization that aims to create a more welcoming environment for the victims of rape and sexual assault. Any 3 of the following items that you donate to the cause will be considered 1 UNICEF point, although more donations are welcome. A donation box will be in Sakkis’ room (1220) from October 7th to October 21st. In order for you point to be considered valid, you must enclose all donations in a sealed bag with your name, grade, and “UNICEF” labeled on the front. Feel free to contact Rabail Abbas or Erin Ku if you have any questions, comments, or concerns.

 

List of needed donations:

  • Tampons
  • Bar Soap (they love Dove)
  • Women’s razors
  • Hairbrushes
  • Shampoo and conditioner
  • Deodorant 
  • Q-tips/cotton swabs
  • Size 5 and 6 diapers, not pull-ups
  • Baby wipes 
  • Twin blankets as winter approaches!
  • Binders
  • Pens and pencils
  • post it notes
  • markers, sharpies, colored sharpies, highlighters
  • white out
  • paper clips
  • notebooks
  • notebook paper
  • tissue / kleenex
  • thick paper for art projects 
  • scissors 
  • squishers (like stress balls, in the toy section)
  • New clothing for teenagers (we can't accept any used clothing, this can be sale stuff from Target or Forever 21, etc. It needn't be costly)

 

Best,

Rabail Abbas 

President 

UNICEF

 

 

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Posted by: Rabail Abbas
Published: 9/27/18




Audience: CSF, UNICEF, Homepage, Build a School, Young Entrepreneurs Club, Future Physicians of America (FPA), Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hey Red Cross,

 

Ruby’s Place is a domestic shelter for women and children in Hayward and BAWAR is an organization that aims to create a more welcoming environment for the victims of rape and sexual assault. Any 3 of the following items that you donate to the cause will be considered 1 Red Cross point, although more donations are greatly appreciated. A donation box will be in Sakkis’ room (1220) from October 7th to October 21st. In order for you point to be considered valid, you must enclose all donations in a sealed bag with your name, grade, and “Red Cross” labeled on the front. Feel free to contact Rabail Abbas or Erin Ku if you have any questions, comments, or concerns.

 

List of needed donations:

- Tampons

- Bar Soap (they love Dove)

- Women’s razors

- Hairbrushes

- Shampoo and conditioner

- Deodorant 

- Q-tips/cotton swabs

- Size 5 and 6 diapers, not pull-ups

- Baby wipes 

- Twin blankets as winter approaches!

- Binders

- Pens and pencils

- post it notes

- markers, sharpies, colored sharpies, highlighters

- white out

- paper clips

- notebooks

- notebook paper

- tissue / kleenex

- thick paper for art projects 

- scissors 

- squishers (like stress balls, in the toy section)

- New clothing for teenagers (we can't accept any used clothing, this can be sale stuff from Target or Forever 21, etc. It needn't be costly)

 

Best,

Rabail Abbas

President

Red Cross

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Posted by: Rabail Abbas
Published: 9/27/18




Audience: CSF, UNICEF, Homepage, Build a School, Young Entrepreneurs Club, Future Physicians of America (FPA), Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hey Red Cross,

 

Attached are the slides from our first meeting. If you were not at the meeting and emailed an officer, we gave you an excused absence. Please contact Rabail Abbas or Bryan Kim if you have any questions, comments, or concerns.

 

Slides: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1tpp6Fvi6fnuJ-o9tPqhUdMCmpU1AStVU8TsoNRPnBs0/edit?usp=sharing

 

Best,

Red Cross Officers

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Posted by: Rabail Abbas
Published: 9/27/18




Audience: CSF, Hack Club, Homepage, DECA, Scheppach APUSH Period 5 2018-2019, 2018-2019 Interact Group and Homepage

Do you play a sport? Have you ever heard of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)? Do you know what happens when someone gets a concussion? Do you know these are serious life changing conditions that one can try to avoid as a teen, for yourself, a family member or your community?

Come learn all that there is to know about protecting your noggin! Be concussion aware, because gray matter matters!

President: Ashwin Nimmal (11)
Vice President: Ansh Khandelwal (11)
Secretary: Joe Zhao (12)
Treasurer: Mustafa Hussain (11)

 

Questions? Call or text 408-398-2028

 

Interest Form:

 

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdyOg-d3CQLlbbGboSZlfwormYx474veYdvDYgKgpk9O9l_5g/viewform?usp=sf_link

 

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Posted by: Ashwin Nimmal
Published: 9/27/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Harry Potter Alliance, DVHS Library Student Volunteers 2018-2019 & CSF, DECA, DVHS Biology Club, Future Physicians of America (FPA), Wildcat Tribune Club, National Honor Society (NHS), Newspaper Club - Wildcat Tribune and Homepage

Hey Dougherty!

 

Come out to the first Girl Up meeting tomorrow in room 1118! 

 

We will be discussing important information regarding enrollment, and we will also have food, so be sure to come out!

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Posted by: Luisa Taverna
Published: 9/26/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

The Disneyland senior trip is May 10-11. You can find all of the info you need, including registration info, at this link.

 

The senior officers have a flier available, but you DO NOT need to fill it out and turn it in. The online registration is the same as the flier. Again, the flier is just for information and they can be picked up at the bookkeeper's office.

 

You DO NEED to turn the attached signed forms in to room 4102.

 

More info will be send out soon. Contact your senior officers if you have any questions.

 

-

Grace Choe

Hamayl Cheema

Francesca Apaya

Noah Banoub

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Posted by: Mr. Bowen
Published: 9/26/18




Audience: CSF, Neuroscience Club, PAI, 2017-2018 Interact Members, Writer's Circle: Seasons Magazine, Homepage, Girls Who Code 2017/2018, WiSTEM, MedShare, Key Club, Team HBV, Project SmARTS and Homepage

The Poet's Corner meeting today at lunch has been shifted to room 1111.

Sorry for the late notice and hope to see you there!

 

-Officers of Poet's Corner

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Posted by: Oce Bohra
Published: 9/26/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Key Club and Homepage

This is a friendly reminder that the Geography Club has two meetings on Wednesday, Sept. 26.

 

The first meeting is at the beginning of lunch in Room 1120. (Ms. Sakkis's room)

 

The second meeting is after school from 3:15 - 3:45 p.m. in Room 2201. (Ms. Dennis's room)

 

Make sure to attend both meetings as attendance will count for membership awards.

 

Thanks,

DVHS Geography Club Officer Board

President - Ronit Kumar

Vice President - Mustafa Hussain

Secretary - Tanish Kumar

Treasurer - Madhupathi Pandey

Advisor - Ms. Deme Sakkis

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Posted by: Ronit Kumar
Published: 9/26/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Spanish Club, ConnectED, DVHS Library Student Volunteers 2018-2019 & CSF, Model United Nations, DVHS Special Olympics Club, Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hello Wildcats!

 

Thanks your interest in Circle of Friends and thank you to those who

showed up at the meeting.

 

Our next meeting will be sometime next week

(or the week after, date tbd) at lunch! 

You will meet your buddies and we will go over other things.

 

If you missed yesterday's meeting...

please fill out the google form attached if you are still interested 

and want to be part of this club!

For more info, refer to the attached slideshow that was presented. :) 

 

Google Form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQL

Sf1iW9iaU0s

7gxh6s24TbOLJLUCW2EAa47qAF3vDEo4PCot

og/viewform?pli=1

Slideshow: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1-WGnrtPHjkzYwnSrbBwg04UlZ3xxXMqSeFj2KSs1H84/edit?usp=sharing

 

ALSO...JOIN THE REMIND! text @dvcoff to 81010

 

Questions? Feel free to contact the officers (and yes, there will be free food)!

 

President: Jasmine Ofodu (12)

Vice President: Anusha Entezari (11)

Secretary: Tamya Jordan (12)

Treasurer: Daniela Wise (10)

 

Thanks!

Daniela W.

 

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Posted by: Daniela Wise
Published: 9/25/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Girls Who Code 2017/2018, Physics Olympiad, WiSTEM, Healthy Lifestyle for Youth, Key Club, National Honor Society (NHS) and Homepage

Hey Wildcats!

 

Lights For Education's first meeting is on THURSDAY (Sept 27) in Ms. Dennis's room (2201) during lunch. 

 

Be sure to come if you're interested in volunteering and making a difference!

 

There will be cookies!

 

-Lights For Education officers

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Posted by: Abhigna Kodipyaka
Published: 9/25/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, WiSTEM, Kids Against Hunger, Writer's Circle: Seasons Magazine, Red Cross Club and Homepage

I'm Elisa Fang, the Editor-in-chief of the Wildcat Tribune, and I'm interested in the stories of all the different ways we live. 

 

Visible or invisible, I want to explore the different ways and mindsets people approach their own chronic illnesses -- I personally have Type One Diabetes and want to hear about your own perspectives. 

 

If you're interested in being part of my article, please loopmail me! I can tell you more about my article there. 

 

Thank you!

Elisa Fang

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Posted by: Elisa Fang
Published: 9/25/18




Audience: CSF, UNICEF, Homepage, Build a School, Young Entrepreneurs Club, Future Physicians of America (FPA), Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hey Red Cross,

 

Our first meeting is this Wednesday during lunch in the library. Attendance is mandatory. Please contact Rabail Abbas or Bryan Kim if you have any questions, comments, or concerns.

 

Best,

Red Cross Officer Team

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Posted by: Rabail Abbas
Published: 9/25/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Digital Photography Club, DECA, Project SmARTS, Save the Bay Club, Red Cross Club, NAHS National Art Honor Society, National Honor Society (NHS) and Homepage

Hey DV artists!

 

The National Art Honor Society membership sign up deadline has been extended to Wednesday, September 26th by 11:59 pm! The $5 membership fee will be due in room 4103 during our October meeting. 

 

In order to qualify as a member, you must have taken at least 1 semester of art at DVHS with a grade of B or better. If it is your first time in an art class, you can still join and volunteer! However, we will be checking your first semester transcripts in January to determine if you officially qualify. 

 

Feel free to ask me any questions you may have!

 

-Crystal 

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Posted by: Crystal Liu
Published: 9/24/18




Audience: CSF, Neuroscience Club, PAI, 2017-2018 Interact Members, Writer's Circle: Seasons Magazine, Homepage, Girls Who Code 2017/2018, WiSTEM, MedShare, Key Club, Team HBV, Project SmARTS and Homepage

Poet's Corner has its first meeting in room 2210 (Mrs. Kerr's classroom) at lunch on Wednesday September 26th, so don't forget to show up!

 

Hope to see you there :)

 

The officers of Poet's Corner

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Posted by: Oce Bohra
Published: 9/24/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Girls Who Code 2017/2018, Physics Olympiad, WiSTEM, Healthy Lifestyle for Youth, Key Club, National Honor Society (NHS) and Homepage

Hey Wildcats!

 

Lights For Education's first meeting is on Wednesday (Sept 26) in Ms. Dennis's room (2201) during lunch. 

 

Be sure to come if you're interested in volunteering and making a difference!

 

There will be cookies!

 

-Lights For Education officers

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Posted by: Abhigna Kodipyaka
Published: 9/24/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage and Homepage

Hey Wildcats,

 

Our first club meeting for ap outreach will be Thursday (9/27) at lunch in Ms. Manley's room (1204). We will be going over club info and fundraising ideas. Bring your friends and anyone interested in getting involved.

 

Join our remind: text dvhsapclub to 81010

 

Please direct your questions to (925)-413-0900

 

-ap outreach officers

 

paynomind

 

 

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Posted by: Jordan Vogel
Published: 9/24/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Hello all, 

 

The first girl up club meeting is this Thursday 9/27 during lunch in Mrs. Herrington's room in the downstairs 1000. This meeting is mandatory. Looking forward to seeing you all there!

 

Thank you, 

Girl Up Club Officers 

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Posted by: Christina Garcia
Published: 9/24/18




Audience: Homepage, Neuroscience Club and Homepage

Thank you to those of you who were able to make it to the Neuroscience Club meeting today!

 

If you were unable to come, here is the link to the presentation:

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1WnyYmt6gq1KSTe09AA26ixZfTL7-wx5wW5KUw16AS4o/edit?usp=sharing

 

We hope to see you at the meeting next Monday at lunch in room 2203! We will be talking about the neuroscience of hearing.

 

In the meantime, you are welcome to contact Alan Li, Elaine Yang, Wanzhu Zheng, or Adithya Iyer with any questions, comments, or concerns.

 

Here's an article on risk-taking and the brain to read on your downtime:

https://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2018/09/20/649846866/in-lab-turned-casino-gambling-monkeys-help-scientists-find-risk-taking-brain-are

 

Join our Remind group by texting the code "@dvneurosci" to 81010.

 

Have a magnificent week!

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Posted by: Elaine Yang
Published: 9/24/18




Audience: Homepage, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12 and Homepage

Hello from the Rapid Response Advice Column team! 

 

Are you in need of advice? Were you a fan of the advice column "Ask Amanda" and want to ask more questions? If so, submit an anonymous question(s) with this form and we'll try our best to help you.

 

This form will close on Friday, 9/28 at 11:59 pm, and responses will be posted on the Tribune’s website (thewildcattribune.com) on Sunday. If you sent questions last week, they are now on the Tribune website under the “Exclusives” tab.

 

More details are available on the form - We're looking forward to helping you out!

 

If you have any questions about this process, direct them to the wildcattribunestaff@gmail.com or the members of the Rapid Response Team (Taylor Atienza, Oce Bohra, Sarah Kim, & Harshita Neralla).

 

Best,

The Wildcat Tribune Rapid Response Team

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Posted by: Rachel Decker
Published: 9/24/18




Audience: CSF, UNICEF, Homepage, Build a School, Young Entrepreneurs Club, Future Physicians of America (FPA), Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hey Red Cross,

 

Do you have any used books that are in good condition? Donate 3 books to the Book Drive bin in the Library from September 24th to October 10th for 1 Red Cross point. You must take a selfie with your books and email it to redcrossdvhs@gmail.com AND put your books in a sealed bag with your Name, Grade, and “Red Cross” labeled on the front in order to receive the point. You are welcome to donate more than 3 books, but the maximum points a member can receive from this drive is 1. Please contact Rabail Abbas or Ruchir Baronia if you have any questions, comments, or concerns.

 

Best,
Rabail Abbas
President 
DVHS Red Cross

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Posted by: Rabail Abbas
Published: 9/24/18




Audience: CSF, UNICEF, Homepage, Build a School, Young Entrepreneurs Club, Future Physicians of America (FPA), Red Cross Club and Homepage

Science Alliance is a district wide club that strives to partner 5th grade buddies with high school mentors to work on a science fair project. Science alliance serves over 300 students from 22 elementary schools in the SRVUSD. By signing up to be a Science Alliance mentor, you can earn 1 UNICEF Activity Point of community service. Please contact Rabail Abbas if you have any questions, comments, or concerns.

 

Please fill out this (https://goo.gl/forms/iuagLU5PpO7XcTWp1) form by WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 26 @ 11:59pm to apply to be a mentor

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Posted by: Rabail Abbas
Published: 9/24/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

The Homecoming dance is Saturday, October 6 from 7-10pm at DVHS.

 

Homecoming tickets are now on sale on the webstore. We have an all new map/layout for the dance this year (check out the map here) and other exciting surprises.

 

Tickets are $30 with ASB and $43 without ASB. Purchase tickets on the webstore here.

 

Guest passes (see attached) are available and guest tickets must be purchased directly at the bookkeeper's office.

 

Last day to buy tickets is Tuesday, October 2.

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Posted by: Mr. Bowen
Published: 9/24/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Colors for Charity, DECA, MedShare, Speech And Debate, Young Entrepreneurs Club, Key Club, Art & Fashion Club 2016-17, GAITEway and Homepage

Come to the next Colors for Charity tomorrow in Ms. Wilson's room 1214 during lunch, for a fun mosaic making project!!

 

We will be designing individual post-its and tieing them into a long ribbon that will be sent to the veteran's hospital! Supplies will be provided!

 

GET EXCITED AS WE WILL ALSO BE SELLING OUR NEW COLORS FOR CHARITY STICKERS!

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Posted by: Amy Li
Published: 9/23/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage and Homepage

Hey Wildcats! 

 

Are you someone who is interesting in making a difference on campus? 

 

Circle of Friends is a school inclusion program that builds friendships between students with special needs and general-ed students. Circle of Friends students can surround themselves with friends and improve their social skills.

 

Our goal is to include students with special needs in school activities and help them feel included in the general population and receive a new friend out of it! 

 

Our job is to foster understanding, inspire acceptance, build friendships, and create inclusion.

 

CoF breaks down barriers “as students learn that we all want to be accepted for who we are… we all want friends.”

 

Our first meeting is TOMORROW 9/24 in room 4104! There will be free food as well! We will be going over the goals of the club, upcoming events, and other things you should know to participate in this club. Make sure to join our remind: text @dvcoff to 81010

 

Fill out the google form if you're interested in joining!

 

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf1iW9iaU0s7gxh6s24TbOLJLUCW2EAa47qAF3vDEo4PCotog/viewform?usp=pp_url

 

Come out and support a great cause!

 

CoF Vice President,

 

Anusha Entezari (11)

 

 

Officers: 

 

- President: Jasmine Ofodu (12)

- VP: Anusha Entezari (11)

-Secretary: Tamya Jordan (12)

-Treasurer: Daniela Wise (10)

 

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Posted by: Anusha Entezari
Published: 9/23/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

ap outreach club meeting 

 

fundraising club aimed at supporting a drug rehab center in the bay area 

 

Thursday (9/27) in Ms. Manley's room (1204) @ Lunch

 

text (510)-707-1668 for questions

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Posted by: Jordan Vogel
Published: 9/22/18




Audience: CSF, Team Automotive 2017-2018, Homepage, ARK - Acts of Random Kindness, Speech And Debate, Diamond Challenge Club, Sankara Eye Foundation 2016-2017, Computer Science Club, Science Alliance and Homepage

Do you want to help 5th graders with their Science Fair Projects? Are you interested in gaining volunteer hours and helping the community? Read on!

 

Science Alliance is a district wide club that strives to partner 5th grade buddies with high school mentors to work on a science fair project. Science alliance serves over 300 students from 22 elementary schools in the SRVUSD.

 

 

Please fill out this form by WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 26 11:59pm to apply to be a mentor. Before filling out the form, please check these meeting dates to make sure you can commit yourself to most of the meetings.

  

Please send any questions to dvsa.communications@gmail.com. For more information, visit our website here.

 

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Posted by: Ruchir Baronia
Published: 9/21/18




Audience: CSF, UNICEF, Homepage, Build a School, Young Entrepreneurs Club, Future Physicians of America (FPA), Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hey Red Crossers,

 

Our first general meeting of the year is on September 26th (Wednesday) during lunch in the library. Attendance is mandatory. Please contact Rabail Abbas or Bryan Kim if you have any questions, comments, or concerns.

 

Best, 

Red Cross Officers


 

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Posted by: Rabail Abbas
Published: 9/21/18




Audience: CSF, Neuroscience Club, PAI, 2017-2018 Interact Members, Writer's Circle: Seasons Magazine, Homepage, Girls Who Code 2017/2018, WiSTEM, MedShare, Key Club, Team HBV, Project SmARTS and Homepage

Hello from the Rapid Response Advice Column team! Are you in need of advice? Were you a fan of the advice column "Ask Amanda" and want to ask more questions? If so, submit an anonymous question(s) with this form and we'll try our best to help you by answering your questions on a weekly basis.

 

More details are available on the form - We're looking forward to helping you out!

 

If you have any questions about this process, direct them to the wildcattribunestaff@gmail.com or the members of the Rapid Response Team (Oce Bohra, Sarah Kim, Harshita Neralla and Taylor Atienza).

 

Best,

The Wildcat Tribune Rapid Response Team

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Posted by: Oce Bohra
Published: 9/20/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, ConnectED, You Tutor, Mu Alpha Theta -- MATH CLUB, Computer Science Club, eSTEAMed, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), Innovative Film Makers Club, Science Alliance and Homepage

If you missed our first meeting here is the presentation:

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1L1-z4XtjVnlNxNN-P5RV7-VpcqA4KiZ_aSxtNZPkfQk/edit?usp=sharing

 

Here is the officer application:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdY25ZR1llcQJpqk6XFaGrvK5NK9yjiF7Zr2VAJoOgmEZUCVg/viewform

Those who are chosen as finalists will be given an assignment to present to the club as a whole. The club will then vote on whose presentation was best (More details in the powerpoint)

 

Any questions contact Adheet Gupta, Rohan Ashok, Lilesh Kurella, or Me

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Posted by: Shourya Munjal
Published: 9/20/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Hey Wildcats!

 

GSA will be holding a movie night on October 19th. We will be watching Love Simon and a movie of your choice. More details will come as we get a better idea of the attendance. If you're interested, please fill out the interest form here.

 

Additionally, we are also starting a book group focusing on the representation of LGBTQ people in literature. If you are interested, fill out the interest form here.

 

Please note that these are not only for GSA members or members of the LGBTQ community! All are welcome! 🌈

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Posted by: Caleb Sun
Published: 9/20/18




Audience: CSF, UNICEF, Homepage, Build a School, Young Entrepreneurs Club, Future Physicians of America (FPA), Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hey UNICEF,

 

Attached are the slides from our first meeting (9/19). Please review the slides and be familiar with the responsibilities you have as a member this semester. Feel free to contact me, Rabail Abbas, if you have any questions, comments, or concerns.

 

Best,

Rabail Abbas

President 

DVHS UNICEF

 

MEETING #1 PRESENTATION: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1yR3AJCUJ1r1sbOZtlH0t2-vOqEOS9cXKOuG29r0fmnc/edit?usp=sharing

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Posted by: Rabail Abbas
Published: 9/20/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Neuroscience Club, WiSTEM and Homepage

Hey Wildcats!

 

AI club is meeting tomorrow at lunch in room 2201! Be there! :)

Also join us on remind, enter 81010 and text @3762d7 on messages or imessage. 

 

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If you have any questions, contact Anika Garg or Vrinda Bansal. 

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Posted by: Vrinda Bansal
Published: 9/19/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Reflections Art Program 2018 - 19
Theme : Heroes Around Me
Due Date: October 15th
for more information visit this link:

http://www.dvhigh.net/ptsareflections

 

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Posted by: Cheryl Mattingly
Published: 9/19/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Wil Stickers, Art & Fashion Club 2016-17, Writer's Circle: Seasons Magazine and Homepage

Are YOU interested in writing, art, or photography? What about creating a magazine designed and edited by people in our school? Join Writer's Circle to improve in your field and get to know people with the same interests! Drop into our first meeting THIS FRIDAY (9/21) in room 4211 during lunch and check us out!

 

Questions? Text me (650-492-3638) or Nandhini Sridhar (925-481-0542) for details.

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Posted by: Isabelle Ocampo
Published: 9/18/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, PVSA, Colors for Charity, Model United Nations, MedShare, Key Club, Kids Against Hunger, Project SmARTS, Red Cross Club and Homepage

Homecoming court nominations are open until next Tuesday so make sure to nominate! Corresponding with this years homecoming theme, nominate someone who brings light into other people's lives!! 

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Posted by: Ishita Bakshi
Published: 9/18/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

All day Wednesday 9/19 there is a fundraiser at On Fire Pizza to support Dougherty Valley's theater program! All you need to do is show the cashier the flyer (attached below and posted on the DV insta) and 20% will go to our theater program.

 

Thanks for your support!

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Posted by: Lauren Ottley
Published: 9/18/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Come out to drama Wednesday at lunch in the drama room! PA120! Everyone is welcome, no experience required!

 

We play theater games, work on skills, build friendships, and talk about theater in our world today.

 

We'll see you there!

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Posted by: Lauren Ottley
Published: 9/18/18




Audience: Homepage, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12 and Homepage

Hello from the Rapid Response Advice Column team! Are you in need of advice? Were you a fan of the advice column "Ask Amanda" and want to ask more questions? If so, submit an anonymous question(s) with this form and we'll try our best to help you by answering your questions on a weekly basis.

 

More details are available on the form - We're looking forward to helping you out!

 

If you have any questions about this process, direct them to the wildcattribunestaff@gmail.com or the members of the Rapid Response Team (Oce Bohra, Sarah Kim, Harshita Neralla and Taylor Atienza).

 

Best,

The Wildcat Tribune Rapid Response Team

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Posted by: Rachel Decker
Published: 9/18/18




Audience: Homepage, Engineering Club and Homepage

Hey everyone!

 

Here’s the powerpoint from the last meeting (9/12) if you couldn’t attend. There is an upcoming Fixit Clinic on 9/29 1-4 pm in the Fremont Public Library. Signups to volunteer at the event will be coming soon!

 

If you are not receiving our emails, it may be because we don’t have your correct email. To fix this, please fill out our club sign-up form so that we can add you to the email list.

 

Powerpoint:

https://tinyurl.com/y99ujhsr

 

Club Sign-up:

https://goo.gl/forms/oVU51esTVbLLjkEC2

 

Thanks!

- Your Officers

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Posted by: Sahil Mehta
Published: 9/17/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, ConnectED, You Tutor, Mu Alpha Theta -- MATH CLUB, Computer Science Club, eSTEAMed, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), Innovative Film Makers Club, Science Alliance and Homepage

Come out to our first meeting tomorrow during Lunch in room 3214!!!!!

If you can not come due to CSF, make sure to join our FB group for all the details about the meeting:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1887629718199013/?source=unknown

 

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Are you Interested in Computer Science or Business?

Do you want to learn the skills necessary to win prestigious competitions like HACKATHONS?

If you are even thinking about these questions then come to Coding With Business's first meeting on 9/18 during lunch in 3214 (Sra. Burnside's Room)

Find out about how to apply for officer positions at this meeting!

 

Fill out this form to be added to the school loop group (If you signed up on club day you do not have to fill this out):

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSez2jTXkg69k0RSWqqj1dEwl7a5dsuSwtfQHsCQue3NYQ-0Bw/viewform?usp=sf_link

 

Contact Adheet Gupta, Lilesh Kurella, Rohan Ashok, or me with any questions.

 

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Posted by: Shourya Munjal
Published: 9/17/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Wildcat Rumble, Wil Stickers and Homepage

click the link. u won't ragrat.

 

luv, 

cam

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Posted by: Cameron White
Published: 9/17/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Physics Olympiad, Digital Photography Club, WiSTEM, DVHS Biology Club, 2017-2018 Interact Members, Limbs With Love, 2018-2019 Interact Group, National Honor Society (NHS) and Homepage

Hey guys!

 

The first Science Olympiad informational meeting will be this Wednesday during lunch in Ms. Basu's room (2109). We will be going over the plans for this year as well as general logistics so returning and new members please come. 

 

There will also be snacks :))

 

- Your Science Olympiad Officers

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Posted by: Jamie Xia
Published: 9/17/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Y.E.N. Youth Empowering Nations Club and Homepage

Come out for our first EBAL Football Game at home vs Foothill High School this Friday. All support is appreciated.

 

 

P.S: If you have photos of the team plz send me the links to the photos.

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Posted by: Zachary Schumann
Published: 9/16/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Neuroscience Club, Band Council 2017-18, 2017-2018 Interact Members, Mu Alpha Theta -- MATH CLUB, eSTEAMed, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), Investment Club, Red Cross Club and Homepage

Do you have those annoying classes where people say, “Oh that test was a joke” and “How did you do on the last quiz?”. You don’t know what to say, as the test and the quiz were quite difficult.

 

Dougherty is known for its tough academic environment, but that doesn’t have to make or break you. There is always an opportunity to improve yourself, it doesn’t matter what others around you are doing. CSF (aka California Scholarship Federation) is offering afterschool and Access tutoring for all grades and any subject you can imagine. The tutoring sessions are 1-on-1 with students who have already gone through what you are going through. You can really get a feel for how they approached the class, and learn strategies to get towards a clear path of success.

 

Here is the link to sign up: (it will stay open until 9/23)

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1eNNRvovXFIFdP0XcSCIGt11UEV8GuM5YDVFTomZFBtU/edit

 

As always, if you have questions or concerns please feel free to loopmail or Facebook message Arnav Tayal.

 

 

Regards,

 

Arnav Tayal

CSF Co-Secretary 2018-19

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Posted by: Arnav Tayal
Published: 9/16/18




Audience: CSF, Software Engineering, InVenture, DVHS Archery Club, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), UNICEF, Homepage, PVSA, Y.E.N. Youth Empowering Nations Club, Computer Science Club, Investment Club, Junior Civitan and Homepage

Do you play an instrument? Are you interested in making an impact on both middle school musicians and senior citizens in our community?

 

Then join Tri-M Music Honor Society!

 

Tri-M is a national organization that serves to increase student involvement in music.

 

We will be working with middle school musicians in the area to inspire them to continue their musical studies and perform side by side at senior centers and veteran hospitals.

 

More detail will be provided during the lunch meeting in room 1219.

 

Hope to see you there!
 

Sincerely,

 

Sean Lee, President of Tri-M

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Posted by: Sean Lee
Published: 9/16/18




Audience: CSF, UNICEF, Homepage, Build a School, Young Entrepreneurs Club, Future Physicians of America (FPA), Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hey UNICEF Members,

 

Our first meeting this semester is this WEDNESDAY (9/19) during Lunch in the Library. Attendance is mandatory for ALL meetings. Please contact Rabail Abbas if you have any questions, comments, or concerns.

 

Best,

DVHS UNICEF Officers

 


 

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Posted by: Rabail Abbas
Published: 9/16/18




Audience: CSF, UNICEF, Homepage, Build a School, Young Entrepreneurs Club, Future Physicians of America (FPA), Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hey DVHS,

 

Just a reminder that Red Cross membership application closes tomorrow night (September 16th) at 11:59 PM.

A detailed guide on membership and requirements can be found in the following outline: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1k04-61TiOf8XkdxKHEdvBXvR0N6JetMlsptM3y3n660/edit?usp=sharing

 

In summary, all you need to do to become a member is pay the 5 dollar fee on the web store under the “Red Cross Club” tab and come to the first meeting (to be decided). Please contact Rabail Abbas if you have a question, comment, or concerns. 

 

Best,

Rabail Abbas

Co-President 

DVHS Red Cross Club

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Posted by: Rabail Abbas
Published: 9/15/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

If you're looking to become more involved in the American Cancer Society by helping plan for Relay for Life, apply to be part of a committee!

 

Committees actively plan different aspects of Relay for Life, and are divided into: Bring the People, Accounting/Fundraising, Ceremonies, and Events/Entertainment. 

 

Attached below is the working link to the application. Deadline to submit is 10/1.

 

-ACS Officers 

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Posted by: Francesca Angelica Apaya
Published: 9/15/18




Audience: CSF, UNICEF, Homepage, Build a School, Young Entrepreneurs Club, Future Physicians of America (FPA), Red Cross Club and Homepage

Dougherty Valley Leadership is offering an opportunity for clubs on campus to be recognized by having an intro video of their club to be posted on the official DVHS Wildcats Youtube and Instagram account. If you fill out the following interest form, the video team will come to one or more of your club meetings and film segments of the meeting and hold short interviews of officers/members which will be edited into a short intro video. It is highly encouraged for ALL clubs to take advantage of this opportunity to maximize member retention and club recognition.

Fill this form out by SEPTEMBER 28TH, 2018 (11:59 PM) if you would like your club to be recognized. Priority is given on a first come, first serve basis, so it is best to fill the form out ASAP!

Please contact Rabail Abbas (925-786-4326) if you have any questions, comments, or concerns.

 

Link: https://goo.gl/forms/SKXeCBtjiI7pbUBg2

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Posted by: Rabail Abbas
Published: 9/14/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Neuroscience Club, Band Council 2017-18, 2017-2018 Interact Members, Mu Alpha Theta -- MATH CLUB, eSTEAMed, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), Investment Club, Red Cross Club and Homepage

Greetings CSF, 

 

I hope you have all had a great first month of the new school year!

 

I am excited to announce that our first tutoring block of the school year will begin on 9/18!! Please read the instructions on the form and fill it out accordingly. You will be notified of your match and the details through loopmail. 

 

Please note that 9/18 is a Tuesday as the library will not be available for afterschool tutoring on Monday (9/17). 

 

For Tutors 

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1RBdRwP1NUYD4--aDEQZq5wBDzFlitkOafnBy7OJWVAY

 

For those who wish to be tutored 

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1eNNRvovXFIFdP0XcSCIGt11UEV8GuM5YDVFTomZFBtU 

 

As always, if you have any questions or concerns please feel free to loopmail or Facebook message Arnav Tayal. 

 

 

Sincerely, 

Arnav Tayal

 

CSF Co-Secretary 2018-19

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Posted by: Arnav Tayal
Published: 9/14/18




Audience: Meetings / Minutes / Newsletters, PTSA, Teachers, Education Fund, Students, Parents, Athletic Boosters, Wildcat Sports, Grade 08, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12, Lak Ming Lam, Music Boosters Fund, All Grades, Homepage, Staff, Principals, Assistant Principals, Sys Admins, Parents, Associates, Afterschool Professionals, Homepage and Fundraisers

An Introduction to College Testing (Sept 20, 27, Oct 4, 2018 and Jan 8, 2019)

  1. Flyer - with detail information, include cost
  2. Target for sophomores & juniors
  3. Register the class at DVHS Web Store

Please register ASAP as 1st class is going to start next week.

 

This event is sponsored by DVHS Education Fund and part of the fee collected be donated to Ed Fund to support our school.

 

Click here to see complete list of related events.

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Posted by: Lak Ming Lam
Published: 9/14/18




Audience: CSF, UNICEF, Homepage, Habitat for Humanity Club, Drama, Key Club, Kids Against Hunger and Homepage

Nominations for this year's homecoming court starts NOW until Friday, September 21st. Since this year's theme is DV Lights Up the World, nominate those who bring light into other people's lives.

 

Fill out the link below to nominate!

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Posted by: Francine Moira Oflas
Published: 9/14/18




Audience: Homepage, Webmasters and Homepage

 

Classified Job Fair - Sept. 26th | 11-4 | Boardroom

 

SRVUSD wants YOU to come work for us!

 

Do you want a job? Something part-time? Something full-time? SRVUSD has all different kinds of jobs just waiting for the right person to fill them. Whatever your skill set and availability, we have a job for you.

 

Our greatest, most immediate need is for:

Noon Duty Superviosrs

Child Nutrition Workers

Special Education Paras

 

For a complete list of available positions, please see the flyer.

 

Bring your resume and letter of interest and join classified personnel for a Q & A at the second annual SRVUSD Classified Job Fair. Details about the event can be found here.

 

Date: Sept. 26, 2018

Time: 11am - 4pm

Location: SRVUSD Boardroom

699 Old Orchard Dr

Danville, CA 94526

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Posted by: Denise Jennison, District Admin, San Ramon Valley Unified School District
Published: 9/14/18




Audience: CSF, Harry Potter Alliance, Band Council 2017-18, Model United Nations, Exec Band Council 2018-19, Science Alliance, CARE Club, UNICEF, DVHS Library Student Volunteers 2018-2019 & CSF, Art & Fashion Club 2016-17, Save the Bay Club, Junior Civitan, Red Cross Club, Homepage, You Tutor, Band Council 2018-19, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), National Honor Society (NHS), Homepage, Colors for Charity, ConnectED, National History Day, WiSTEM, Leo Club and Key Club

Would you like to help 5th graders with their science fair projects? Then join Science Alliance here: https://goo.gl/forms/Y0tsrdiKTOX31Ms43

 

Hours will count towards CSF.

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Posted by: Amy Wong
Published: 9/13/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Hey guys! For those of you who aren't yet aware, Bring Change to Mind is a community nonprofit with a goal to end the stigma associated with mental illness. Come to our interest meeting at lunch tomorrow, september 14, in MRS.G's ROOM, room 3209.

 

you will be able to learn about everything we have planned for this year and how YOU can be a part of it. 

 

we have FREE MERCH and FREE FOOD! bring all your friends and spread the word!

 

Feel free to contact Isha Lamba or Saranya Rajagopalan if you have any questions! 

 

- Bring Change to Mind Team

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Posted by: Isha Lamba
Published: 9/13/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, ConnectED, Model United Nations, Wil Stickers, DVHS HOSA Chapter, Sankara Eye Foundation 2016-2017, Red Cross Club, National Honor Society (NHS), Science Alliance and Homepage

Hey guys!

 

Our first racquetball club practice will be this Sunday (9/16) from 5-7pm at Club Sport Pleasanton. Don't worry if you don't know how to play or have never played before, we will teach you. We will also provide the equipment (racquets and eyeguards) but please wear athletic shoes. You don't have to pay to enter the gym, just let them know that you are here for the DVHS racquetball club practice. Please let us know if you plan to come so that we can arrange for enough equipment. Feel free to bring your friends! Looking forward to seeing you all and let us know if you have any questions!

 

 

-Racquetball Club Officers

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Posted by: Nikita Chauhan
Published: 9/13/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Red Cross Club and Homepage

REMINDER: THE MEETING HAS BEEN MOVED TO THE MAIN GYM!!!!

 

If you are interested in joining the American Cancer Society club, then come to our kickoff meeting TOMORROW IN THE MAIN GYM!!! Make sure to bring your friends and come join us tomorrow to learn more about what we do and Relay for Life, our main event of the year. 

 

If you have any questions, feel free to loopmail any of the ACS officers. We look forward to seeing you guys tomorrow!

 

-ACS Officers

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Posted by: Kashvi Udhayakumar
Published: 9/13/18




Audience: Homepage, Grade 12 and Homepage

Folks,


You left a lot of gorgeous and creative Vietnam Day posters with me, and I've had them up in my classroom for weeks. Now I would love for you to have them back as a keepsake. They will be in front of my room for the next week. Come get them and say hi!

 

Scheppach

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Posted by: Jeanne Scheppach
Published: 9/13/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, WiSTEM, Choir Council 2017-2018, 2017-2018 Interact Members, Key Club, DVHS Quiz Bowl, Kids Against Hunger, eSTEAMed, Writer's Circle: Seasons Magazine, Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hey everyone!

     Are you interested in going to the medical path?

MECO is soon hosting a guest speaker from DVHS who has gone to the 7 year enrichment med program and she will be telling you about application, her extra curriculars, and how her experience is.

      Throughout the year we will be bringing mentors who are students at med schools and are professionals in the field. They are an extremely valuable resource who are there to provide tips, guidance, and opportunities!

    Fill out the interest form below! In addition,Come to our meeting on MONDAY September 17th to sign up and find out more about more opportunities for guest speakers, events, and volunteering!

 

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Posted by: Srisahithi Mannava
Published: 9/13/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, DECA, Speech And Debate, You Tutor, Sankara Eye Foundation 2016-2017, Red Cross Club, Science Alliance and Homepage

Are you a part of the disabled or people with mental illnesses community?  Or do you just want to be a good ally?  Apply for Neurodivergent People's Network's leadership positions, or just feel free to join us!

 

We still have our Activity Coordinator and Social Media Coordinator positions open, and anyone can apply, even freshmen.  Our application deadline has been extended to Tuesday, September 18, at 11:59 p.m.  Positions will be announced on Friday, September 21, after school.

 

The application forms will be down below.  We will also have the slides for our meeting on September 4, in case you missed that.

 

If you have any questions, please contact me (Anoushka Basu), Azal Shaikh, Deepthi Vasudevan, or AJ Sohrabi.

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Posted by: Anoushka Basu
Published: 9/13/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Grease, Model United Nations, Drama, Key Club, Love/Sick and Homepage

Hey Class of 2021!

 

If you are interested in being part of the dance for the homecoming skit, please come to the main gym next Tuesday (9/18) to learn the dance. Bring your friends! The dance is going to be a flashmob so we need as many people as possible!

 

Lets win homecoming,

Your Sophomore Officers

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Posted by: Jose Sarmiento
Published: 9/13/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, 2017-2018 Interact Members, Key Club, National Honor Society (NHS), Newspaper Club - Wildcat Tribune and Homepage

The Wildcat Tribune Ops Editors are continuing our popular advice column! [To be named]. Please use this form to share!  It is anonymous unless you wish to share.

 

- Vikram, Kavin, and Riya

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Posted by: Vikram Balasubramanian
Published: 9/13/18




Audience: CSF, UNICEF, Homepage, Build a School, Young Entrepreneurs Club, Future Physicians of America (FPA), Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hey Red Cross,

 

Do you have any used books that are in good condition? Donate 3 books to the Book Drive bin in the Library from September 24th to October 10th for 1 Red Cross point. You must take a selfie with your books and email it to redcrossdvhs@gmail.com AND put your books in a sealed bag with your Name, Grade, and “Red Cross” labeled on the front in order to receive the point. You are welcome to donate more than 3 books, but the maximum points a member can receive from this drive is 1. Please contact Rabail Abbas or Ruchir Baronia if you have any questions, comments, or concerns.

 

Best,

Rabail Abbas

President 

DVHS Red Cross

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Posted by: Rabail Abbas
Published: 9/13/18




Audience: CSF, UNICEF, Homepage, Build a School, Young Entrepreneurs Club, Future Physicians of America (FPA), Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hey UNICEF,

 

Do you have any used books that are in good condition? Donate 3 books to the Book Drive bin in the Library from September 24th to October 10th for 1 UNICEF point. You must take a selfie with your books and email it to dvhsunicef@gmail.com AND put your books in a sealed bag with your Name, Grade, and “UNICEF” labeled on the front in order to receive the point. You are welcome to donate more than 3 books, but the maximum points a member can receive from this drive is 1. Please contact Rabail Abbas or Ruchir Baronia if you have any questions, comments, or concerns.

 

Best,

Rabail Abbas

President 

DVHS UNICEF

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Posted by: Rabail Abbas
Published: 9/13/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, ConnectED, You Tutor, Mu Alpha Theta -- MATH CLUB, Computer Science Club, eSTEAMed, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), Innovative Film Makers Club, Science Alliance and Homepage

Are you Interested in Computer Science or Business?

Do you want to learn the skills necessary to win prestigious competitions like HACKATHONS?

If you are even thinking about these questions then come to Coding With Business's first meeting on 9/18 during lunch in 3214 (Sra. Burnside's Room)

Find out about how to apply for officer positions at this meeting!

 

Fill out this form to be added to the school loop group (If you signed up on club day you do not have to fill this out):

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSez2jTXkg69k0RSWqqj1dEwl7a5dsuSwtfQHsCQue3NYQ-0Bw/viewform?usp=sf_link

 

Contact Adheet Gupta, Lilesh Kurella, Rohan Ashok, or me with any questions.

 

 

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Posted by: Shourya Munjal
Published: 9/13/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Digital Photography Club, DECA, Project SmARTS, Save the Bay Club, Red Cross Club, NAHS National Art Honor Society, National Honor Society (NHS) and Homepage

Hey NAHS!

 

Attached below is the presentation from our first meeting! Make sure to submit the online application by September 24th by 11:59 pm! More information can be found in the presentation. Feel free to contact me or any other officer if you have any questions. :)

 

-Crystal

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Posted by: Crystal Liu
Published: 9/13/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Hey 2018-2019 Chemistry Club members, 

 

We had a great yield for our first chemistry club meet!!! Attached below is the google presentation that was used during the first information meeting. It contains the link to the club sign up sheet and our feedback form. If you have any questions, contact one of your Chemistry club officers (listed in the presentation, do NOT contact Mr. Estes). 

 

Presentation: 

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1gjjJMLEnh5_HFKaGGqvkhSUiT1GT5iabPJhP7gl7iRE/edit?usp=sharing

 

 

-Chemistry Club Officers

 

 

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Posted by: David Lee
Published: 9/13/18




Audience: CSF, UNICEF, Homepage, Build a School, Young Entrepreneurs Club, Future Physicians of America (FPA), Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hey Red Cross,

 

DVHS Kiva is hosting the “DV Kiva Fall Fesitval” on September 22nd, 2018 from 10 AM-4 PM at Rancho Park (1998 Rancho Park Loop, San Ramon) and need volunteers. Each shift is worth 2 Red Cross points and must be verified by a supervisor. Please sign up for shifts at the following link: https://m.signupgenius.com/#!/showSignUp/60b0e44aca623a3f58-dvkiva. Feel free to contact David LuoZhang or Rabail Abbas if you have any questions, comments, or concerns. 

 

Best,

Rabail Abbas

President 

DVHS Red Cross

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Posted by: Rabail Abbas
Published: 9/12/18




Audience: CSF, UNICEF, Homepage, Build a School, Young Entrepreneurs Club, Future Physicians of America (FPA), Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hey UNICEF,

 

DVHS Kiva is hosting the “DV Kiva Fall Fesitval” on September 22nd, 2018 from 10 AM-4 PM at Rancho Park (1998 Rancho Park Loop, San Ramon) and need volunteers. Each shift is worth 2 UNICEF points and must be verified by a supervisor. Please sign up for shifts at the following link: https://m.signupgenius.com/#!/showSignUp/60b0e44aca623a3f58-dvkiva. Feel free to contact David LuoZhang or Rabail Abbas if you have any questions, comments, or concerns. 

 

Best,

Rabail Abbas

President 

DVHS UNICEF

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Posted by: Rabail Abbas
Published: 9/12/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hey Wildcats!!! Are you interested in joining ACS this year? Then come out to American Cancer Society's kickoff meeting this Friday 9/14 in the Aux Gym!!!!! Come out to learn more about our main event of the year and how you can support ACS.

 

Our main event of focus is Relay for Life, which is a 24-hr community fundraising walk where teams of people commit to walking laps around the track in turns throughout the night, to show their support for those battling cancer. All of the money fundraised go towards funding research projects, new treatments, uniting support, and creating a positive impact and outreach in our local communities. Over the years, Dougherty Valley's Relay for Life has fundraised over $100,000 for American Cancer Society. Last year, we raised over $40,000 with 420 participants. We have been nationally recognized as a Top Baby Relay! 

 

If you want to be part of this amazing experience, then come out to the first meeting in the aux gym this Friday 9/14. Make sure to bring your friends!!! 

 

FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM @dvhsacs OR JOIN OUR REMIND BY TEXTING "dvhsacs" to 81010 FOR UPDATES AND REMINDERS ABOUT MEETINGS AND FUTURE EVENTS!!!!!

 

If you have any questions, feel free to contact any of the ACS officers. We look forward to seeing you at out meeting!!!!

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Posted by: Kashvi Udhayakumar
Published: 9/12/18




Audience: CSF, Neuroscience Club, PAI, 2017-2018 Interact Members, Writer's Circle: Seasons Magazine, Homepage, Girls Who Code 2017/2018, WiSTEM, MedShare, Key Club, Team HBV, Project SmARTS and Homepage

Thank you to everyone who showed up to our interest meeting! Our  next meeting will be Wednesday September 26th in room 2210.

 

Our slides from this meeting are linked for further reference:

Poet's Corner Interest Meeting Presentation

 

If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions, you can reach us by emailing dvpoetscorner@gmail.com or messaging us through Remind (text @poetsco to 81010).

 

Looking forward to seeing you next time!

 

-Poet's Corner officers :)

 

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Posted by: Oce Bohra
Published: 9/12/18




Audience: CSF, UNICEF, Homepage, Build a School, Young Entrepreneurs Club, Future Physicians of America (FPA), Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hey UNICEF Members,

 

Just a reminder that UNICEF membership application closes tonight (September 12th) at 11:59 PM. A detailed guide on membership and requirements can be found in the following outline: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1s2S2QZPfjUHGSlEdjjZMRzFTZ7ghWXghbEOvWDR7Wyk/edit?usp=sharing. In summary, all you need to do to become a member is pay the 5 dollar fee on the web store under the “UNICEF CLUB” tab and come to the first meeting (September 19th at lunch in the library). Remember to text "@dvunicef" to 81010 to stay updated. Please contact Rabail Abbas if you have a questions, comments, or concerns. 

 

Best,

Rabail Abbas

President 

DVHS UNICEF Club

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Posted by: Rabail Abbas
Published: 9/12/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Key Club and Homepage

Hello Geography Clubbers,

 

We will have our first meetings on Wednesday, Sept. 26. Please keep in mind that we have two meetings that day. We have a lunch meeting in Room 1120. (Ms. Sakkis's room) and an after school meeting from 3:15 - 3:45 in Room 2201. (Ms. Dennis's room) 

 

The lunch meeting will primarily be for announcements for volunteering opportunities, contest logistics, etc. The after school meeting will be for US Geo Olympiad prep. Please let us know at least 24 hours before the lunch meeting if you can't make it to any of these meetings. You can loopmail us or text us on remind.

 

For those who could make it to the informational meeting on Aug. 29, the presentation for that meeting is attached below. It contains the information about this club's objectives, activities, and more.

 

I have also assigned the State and Country Capitals Worksheet that will be due before the lunch meeting on 9/26. Once again, I can't make this mandatory, but it is highly recommended for Olympiad prep and membership awards. The worksheet is attached below and in google classroom. Please submit it through google classroom OR bring a printed copy to the meeting. Our google classroom class code is: e6ofjmo

 

I will include more details about the meeting, the volunteer hours form, and the tutoring sign-up form in a later post closer to the meeting.

 

Also, please check on the attached members list to make sure that your name is on it.

 

If your name is on it, you are good to go!

 

If your name is not on it, please fill out the membership form attached below. Also, if you missed us on club day or couldn't sign-up yet but wish to become a member, please fill out the membership form.

 

For any questions, please contact any of our club officers:

President - Ronit Kumar

Vice President - Mustafa Hussain

Secretary - Tanish Kumar

Treasurer - Madhupathi Pandey

 

To join REMIND:

Text @dvhsge to 81010

 

To join GOOGLE CLASSROOM:

add class code: e6ofjmo

 

 

 

 

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Posted by: Ronit Kumar
Published: 9/12/18




Audience: CSF, UNICEF, Homepage, Build a School, Young Entrepreneurs Club, Future Physicians of America (FPA), Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hey Wildcats!

 

Are you interested in writing about tech, getting published for the world to see, and/or being promoted to one of our many officer positions? If so, come out to room 9110 tomorrow (9/12) during lunch to learn more about the Tech Bytes club!! Text "dvtechbyte" to 81010 to stay updated! See you soon!

 

Best,

Tech Bytes Club Officers

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Posted by: Rabail Abbas
Published: 9/11/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Digital Photography Club, DECA, Project SmARTS, Save the Bay Club, Red Cross Club, NAHS National Art Honor Society, National Honor Society (NHS) and Homepage

Hey NAHS members!

 

Our first meeting will be TOMORROW during lunch in Mrs. Wengel's room, 4103! We will be going over important club policies as well as upcoming volunteer opportunities. 

 

See you there!

 

-Crystal Liu

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Posted by: Crystal Liu
Published: 9/11/18




Audience: CSF, Team Automotive 2017-2018, PAI, Physics Olympiad, DVHS Special Olympics Club, DVHS Quiz Bowl, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), Innovative Film Makers Club, UNICEF, Homepage, Science Bowl, History Bowl, Kids Against Hunger, Computer Science Club, Investment Club, Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hello everyone!

 

For those that missed signing up at Club Day or did not come to the first meeting, spots to join the club are still open. If you are interested, join us at the next meeting this Wednesday 9/12 (tomorrow) during lunch in room 3214 and notify us to add you to the Schoolloop group. In this meeting we will describe our upcoming events and how to sign up for activities throughout the year.

 

Hope to see you there!

-- Your Officers

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Posted by: Rohan Vaidya
Published: 9/11/18




Audience: CSF, Neuroscience Club, PAI, 2017-2018 Interact Members, Writer's Circle: Seasons Magazine, Homepage, Girls Who Code 2017/2018, WiSTEM, MedShare, Key Club, Team HBV, Project SmARTS and Homepage

Poet's Corner has its interest meeting in room 2210 (Mrs. Kerr's classroom) at lunch tomorrow (Wednesday September 12th), so don't forget to show up to learn more about the club, eat cookies, and get creative!

 

Hope to see you there :)

 

The officers of Poet's Corner

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Posted by: Oce Bohra
Published: 9/11/18




Audience: Homepage, Neuroscience Club and Homepage

Thank you to everybody who was able to come to the informational meeting today!

 

If you missed it, you can copy the link to the presentation here:

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1jZV51c93lcfMqEcSwh6g4sMRYX9INL2a6-qooWmO-GE/edit?usp=sharing

The link can also be found below.

 

Our next meeting will be held during lunch on Monday, September 17th, in room 2203 (Ms. Huang's room). We will be going over neuroscience basics!

 

Make sure to join our Remind group by texting @dvneurosci to the number, 81010, or visiting www.remind.com/join/dvneurosci because we will be sending out updates from there (as well as through email and School Loop).

 

Food for thought:

https://www.nbcnews.com/better/pop-culture/what-happens-your-brain-when-you-listen-summer-hit-ncna892921

 

If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, feel free to reach out to Alan Li, Elaine Yang, Wanzhu Zheng, or Adithya Iyer.

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Posted by: Elaine Yang
Published: 9/11/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Please fill out the attached form with songs you want to hear at Homecoming! Keep them as school appropriate as possible. We will try our best to use them, but there is no guarantee that every song will be played.

 

LINK: https://goo.gl/forms/9exc0YXdXOIyrdcE2

 

Thanks! 

-Spirit Events

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Posted by: Eliana Asfini
Published: 9/11/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, WiSTEM, DVHS Bake N Create, BollyBeatz 16-17, Kids Against Hunger, eSTEAMed, Science Alliance and Homepage

Hey everyone!

 

The first meeting of the Colors of the Wind Club will be on Wednesday during lunch in Madame Hussinet's room (3211).

 

COTW is the first multi-ethnic representative club at DVHS and we would be thrilled if you would join. 

 

We will be going over our club goals, plans for the year, and possible events.

 

If you have any additional questions please contact Amrita Ravi, Sophia Hashemi, Soha Khan, Omodara Idowu, or Priyanka Chandar through school loop.

 

We hope to see you there!

 

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Posted by: Priyanka Chandar
Published: 9/10/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, ConnectED, Drama, Speech And Debate, History Bowl, Volunteers for Senior Citizens, National Honor Society (NHS) and Homepage

Hi everyone!

 

VFSC will be hosting its first meeting of this school year (whoo!) in Mr. Stewart's Room (4208) on Wednesday (9/12) during lunch. This meeting is MANDATORY for all members as we go over important logistics for the upcoming school year.

 

Hope to see you there!

-VFSC officers

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Posted by: Keshav Haranath
Published: 9/10/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Digital Photography Club, DECA, Project SmARTS, Save the Bay Club, Red Cross Club, NAHS National Art Honor Society, National Honor Society (NHS) and Homepage

Hey Project SmArts!

 

Join us for our first meeting tomorrow, 9/11, during lunch in room 1205! We will be going over our club procedures, as well as important information about our first workshop at CUES! Please attend to get to know us, especially if you plan on attending the workshop!

 

Join our Remind Group! Text @98ea38 to 81010 for club updates! :)

 

-Crystal Liu

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Posted by: Crystal Liu
Published: 9/10/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Hey Wildcats!

 

If you missed the Minds Matter meeting today don't worry! The powerpoint is attached.

 

We encourage all of you to  go to the link on the powerpoint and add a blog post to our website about your experience with mental health!

 

Hope to see you at our next meeting!

 

-Minds Matter Team

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Posted by: Aria Khalique
Published: 9/10/18




Audience: Homepage, Band Council 2018-19 and Homepage

Hey Blue Crew!

 

Do you want your shirt design to represent DVHS Blue Crew Band?

 

If you are interested in designing our band shirt this year, email or share your band t-shirt design to dvhsbluecrew@gmail.com by 9pm tonight and band students will vote for their favorite design. You can design just the front, just the back, or both! Anybody can design a shirt! 


We look forward to your designs! Please contact us with any questions.


Exec Band Council '18-'19

 

2...3...Go Blue!

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Posted by: Angela Lei Del Rio
Published: 9/10/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, DVHS Table Tennis, National Honor Society (NHS) and Homepage

I'm excited for another great year of the Fellowship Of Christian Athletes club. Our first meeting is this Tuesday

 

Where: Room 4102

When: Tuesday 9/11 at lunch

 

You don't need to be Christian or an Athlete to join this club. Everybody is welcome!! Come to grab some FREE PIZZA, listen to some great speakers, and hang out.

 

If you are new or unfamiliar to the club, our meetings are held every second Tuesday of each month and we bring in guest speakers to share their story. 

 

We have had NFL Players, D1 Coaches, and many pastors of local churches come and speak with us.

 

I look forward to meeting every one of you. If you ever have questions, feel free to contact me.

 

Blessings,

Evan Siu

FCA President

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Posted by: Evan Siu
Published: 9/10/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, National History Day, WiSTEM, JSA Club, Leo Club, Key Club, Writer's Circle: Seasons Magazine, National Honor Society (NHS), Science Alliance and Homepage

Hey Seniors!

 

If you haven't voted already, and still have any nominations in mind, please vote through the link below!!

 

https://goo.gl/forms/LKiS0QjhiCxF84UF2 

 

Thank you!!

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Posted by: Ingrid Hsu
Published: 9/10/18




Audience: CSF, UNICEF, Homepage, DVHS Library Student Volunteers 2018-2019 & CSF, 2017-2018 Interact Members, Key Club, Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hi UNICEF!

 

San Ramon celebrates its rich diversity of cultures with food, fashion, booths, music and dance at the second annual Culture in the Community Event THIS Sunday, on the 16th. This event will feature multicultural performances, music, art, activities, fashion, and food from all around the world! 

 

Volunteers(ages 14 and older) are needed to help with performances, running booths, and a lot more!

 

Please wear comfortable, appropriate length clothing and closed-toe shoes. Personal traditional attire is also welcome. Please no ripped jeans. Shorts must be at the fingertip length.

 

Link to sign up: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/508054dada829a5fb6-culture(It's on Facebook as well)

 

***This is a great opportunity to earn most of your points early in the semester! And have LOTS of fun!

 

Thanks,
Mira Bali
Activities Coordinator

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Posted by: Mira Bali
Published: 9/9/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

If so, please come to the Best Buddies interest meeting in room 4104 during lunch this Wednesday, 9/12. There will be free pizza for those who stay for the duration of the meeting!!

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Posted by: Anika Tindall
Published: 9/9/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Hi! Thank you to everyone who signed up! Congrats, you all made it on to the skit team! Down below is a link that will take you to a spreadsheet with all your names, and what role you are going to be in the skit. Click on it and log in to your school account. Remember practices are FRIDAYS in the AUX GYM during LUNCH! If you have any concerns with your role or have any questions contact us here:

Varshita Korrapati: dh.vkorrapati@students.srvusd.net

Emily Correia: dh.ecorreia@students.srvusd.net

Hazsel Accad: dh.haccad@students.srvusd.net

Kylie Perzigian: dh.kperzigian@students.srvusd.net

Sanya Bhadri: dh.sbhadri@students.srvusd.net

Kylie Cheng: dh.kcheng@students.srvusd.net

Noor Nibber: dh.nnibber@students.srvusd.net

Priya Thyarala: dh.pthyarala@students.srvusd.net

 

Link to the spreadsheet: https://tinyurl.com/yd4yze4l 

 

See you this Friday(9/14/18) for our first meeting during lunch!

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Posted by: Varshita Korrapati
Published: 9/9/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hi Wildcats!

If you are interested in fashion or the careers of fashion, come to the interest meeting for more information on what activities we do in the club and what benefits it may have for you! 

 

The meeting will be during lunch in room 1209 on Monday Sept. 10! We have snacks :) 

 

Come with any questions and we will answer all! (The club is inclusive to boys and girls) 

 

- Your DV Fashion Club officers, 

Aanya, Steph, Alina, and Ruhika <3

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Posted by: Alina Amilee
Published: 9/9/18




Audience: Homepage, Neuroscience Club and Homepage

WHO: Interested Neuroscience Club members, like yourself!

 

WHAT: Neuroscience Club Informational Meeting

 

WHEN: Tuesday, Sept. 11, at lunch

 

WHERE: Room 2203 (Ms. Huang's)

 

HOW: The officers will welcome you to Neuroscience Club :D

 

WHY: Learn about the Neuroscience Club mission and meet the Neuroscience Club community!


 

See you there!

:)

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Posted by: Elaine Yang
Published: 9/9/18




Audience: Homepage, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12 and Homepage

Come to the Drop-in center during Access in 1205! You can do this two ways:

 

1. Come see Ms. Decker in room 1205 to be put on the ACCESS list. 

2. Fill out this google form.

 

You must request by Tuesday end of school day. You will receive an email confirmation from Ms. Decker by Tuesday. 

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Posted by: Rachel Decker
Published: 9/9/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Neuroscience Club and Homepage

Hello, Hola, Bonjour, Ni Hao, and Annyeong Wildcats!

 

Have you heard that "AI is the new electricity?" Are you interested in artificial intelligence and applying that in real life situations? Did you know that AI is causing a major revolution. It is being used worldwide in many different fields such as medicine, law, automotive, education, banking, and many more. 

 

Here we learn the basics of programming to use with AI if you are a beginner, and if you already know, we will teach you how to use it to build artificial intelligence models. 

 

DV's own artificial club is holding a meeting on Thursday, 9-13, in room 2201 at lunch. (There will be snacks!) Sign up now!

 

Here is the link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdigauLknmGDbbXnv2IkI1wMVCEmTScIhOSrAzVlY8WreRyWw/viewform?usp=sf_link

 

Loopmail Anika Garg or Vrinda Bansal is you have any questions.

Or email at these addresses: anikagarg02@gmail.com or              vrindabansal2@gmail.com 

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Posted by: Vrinda Bansal
Published: 9/8/18




Audience: CSF, Neuroscience Club, PAI, 2017-2018 Interact Members, Writer's Circle: Seasons Magazine, Homepage, Girls Who Code 2017/2018, WiSTEM, MedShare, Key Club, Team HBV, Project SmARTS and Homepage

Interest form: https://goo.gl/forms/tyfxnVD5etQBZ1lv1

 

Poet's Corner is a community of students who are passionate about creating a space in which they can pursue their passion for poetry.

 

Members will get their opportunity to create and share their work with others, and students who don't write can be involved through collaborations between poets, artists, and musicians.

 

The club will also create a platform for poets through social media, a website, youtube, and by hosting events like poetry slams and Open Mic Nights. The club will link students to competitions, challenges, and will compile the club's poetry into a book by the end of the year. 

 

 

Our interest meeting will be at lunch on Wednesday September 12 in 2210 (Mrs. Kerr's room), so join us there for cookies and to learn more about the club!

 

Follow us on our Instagram @cornerpoets and check out our website dvpoetscorner.wordpress.com for more information.

 

If you have any additional comments/questions, reach us by emailing dvpoetscorner@gmail.com.

 

 

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Posted by: Oce Bohra
Published: 9/8/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, ConnectED, DVHS Library Student Volunteers 2018-2019 & CSF, Model United Nations, DVHS Special Olympics Club, Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hey Wildcats!

 

Are you someone who is interested in making a difference on campus and impacting the students with special needs at Dougherty? Join Circle of Friends (Dougherty Valley Chapter)!!!

 

Circle of Friends is a school inclusion program that builds friendships between students with special needs and general-ed students. Circle of Friends students can surround themselves with friends and improve their social skills. Our goal is to include students with special needs in school activities and help them feel included in the general population along with receiving a new friend! Our job is to foster understanding, inspire acceptance, build friendships, and create inclusion. CoF breaks down barriers "as students learn that we all want to be accepted for who we are… we all want friends.”

 

The first interest meeting for Circle of Friends will be on 9/24 during lunch in room 4104! (and yes, there will be free food, tbd). We will be going over the goals of the club, upcoming events, and other things you should know to participate in this club.

 

Sign up here if you haven't already!

https://goo.gl/forms/cKM46zVKlm4aTOJr2

 

Questions? Feel free to contact the officers!

 

President: Jasmine Ofodu (12)

Vice President: Anusha Entezari (11)

Secretary: Tamya Jordan (12)

Treasurer: Daniela Wise (10)

 

Check out the official Circle of Friends Website here:

https://www.circleofriends.org/

 

~Daniela Wise

 

 

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Posted by: Daniela Wise
Published: 9/8/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Like to play video games with friends?

 

Missed our table on Club Day?

 

JOIN SMASH BROS. CLUB

Come play or just hang out:

 

Follow this link to be added to our loop mail list:

https://goo.gl/forms/NRO1zhjgV7WnDgth1

 

The first meeting will be on Wednesday 9/12 in Mr. Jackson's room 3110.

 

No prior experience needed,

Try to bring your own controller (GameCube, WiiMote, Classic Controller, Nintendo Pro Controller)

 

See you there!

 

 

 

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Posted by: Brandon Wang
Published: 9/7/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Hey Wildcats!

 

Are you passionate about mental health? Do you want to talk about mental illnesses in a safe space where you can spread awareness?

 

Come to the Minds Matter first meeting this Monday (September 10) during Lunch in Ms. Agustin's room (2108)!

 

THERE WILL BE COOKIES

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Posted by: Aria Khalique
Published: 9/7/18




Audience: Homepage, AP Studio Art: Drawing & Design Period 3 and Homepage

If you're interested in participating in some local, state and national art contests, check out these links!  (in no particular order- some are still dated for 2017, and haven't rolled over to the 2018-19 prompts yet, so check back often!)

 

 

Doodle4Google 

https://doodles.google.com/d4g/enter.html

 

YoungArts 

http://www.youngarts.org/apply

 

Duck Stamp Contest 

https://www.fws.gov/birds/get-involved/duck-stamp/duck-stamp-contest-and-event-information.php

 

Vans Custom Culture 

https://customculture.vans.com/

 

Scholastic Art and Writing 

https://www.artandwriting.org/what-we-do/the-awards/how-to-enter/

 

Congressional Art Competition 

https://www.house.gov/educators-and-students/congressional-art-competition

 

PTSA Reflections

 https://www.pta.org/home/programs/reflections/awards

 

Science Without Borders

 https://www.livingoceansfoundation.org/education/science-without-borders-challenge/

 

National Geographic Student Photo Contest 

https://ngstudentexpeditions.com/2018-photo-contest

 

San Ramon/Dublin Women's Club 

https://dsrwomensclub.org/2018-student-art-contest/

 

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Posted by: Kelsey Wengel
Published: 9/7/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Digital Photography Club, DECA, Project SmARTS, Save the Bay Club, Red Cross Club, NAHS National Art Honor Society, National Honor Society (NHS) and Homepage

Hey artists!

 

If you did not get a chance to sign up for NAHS during club day, make sure to sign up using the attached Google form!

 

Our first meeting will be on Wednesday, September 12th in room 4103. Hope to see you there!

 

-Crystal Liu

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Published: 9/7/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Wil Stickers, Young Entrepreneurs Club, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), Innovative Film Makers Club, Red Cross Club and Homepage

 

Hey Wildcats!

Are you proud of your Indian culture or interested in learning about India’s rich heritage? DV’s Indian Students Association provides a platform for students to express their Indian pride while learning more about the roots of the country!

ISA strives to unite the Indian student body of DVHS and fosters a community for Indian students to embrace their culture. The club serves as a platform for students, whether Indian or not, to learn about the Indian culture and explore its various components.

By hosting culturally-focused events and celebrating the various religions and traditions of India, we hope to unify our diverse Indian population together into one family-like community. We also fundraise for organizations that directly support people in India and have delicious Indian snacks at meetings!

Join ISA to learn more about India’s diversity, become closer to the heritage, and have fun!
Come to our first meeting on Friday, September 14 at Lunch in 1207. There will be food!!!

SIGN UP!!! Interest Form: https://goo.gl/forms/CKAW5yL9lbcPpVF02


For more information/questions, contact us at dvhs.isa@gmail.com

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Posted by: Aved Sodah
Published: 9/6/18




Audience: CSF, Spanish Club, Physics Olympiad, DVHS Biology Club, InVenture, Mu Alpha Theta -- MATH CLUB, DVHS Quiz Bowl, Sankara Eye Foundation 2016-2017, Homepage, ChemClub, ConnectED, National History Day, DVHS Library Student Volunteers 2018-2019 & CSF, Habitat for Humanity Club, History Bowl, Key Club and Homepage

 

In perhaps the most unique club on campus, we create a new language intended to serve as a lingua franca for India. 

 

Discover new aspects of Indian Languages and Linguistics as we pioneer across various challenges.

 

Link to Interest Form

Link to Facebook Group

 

Detailed Description:

 

India is a land of immense cultural diversity and powerful national pride. India is proud of being a nation that does not support one culture as the "standard." However, there are various needs for a language that is "pan-indian." The Parliament of India usually does their paperwork in English, sometimes in Hindi. "National" news channels speak in English. National sporting events take place in various languages, prioritizing Hindi and English. But there are various problems with both of these languages as the standard language. English, the one more used as a Pan-Indian language, has many problems: it is a nonnative language with completely unfamiliar vocabulary and grammar as well as a notoriously irregular spelling system. English is also spoken by less than 20% of Indians. Hindi, spoken by 25% to 40% of the population, is better, but there is a lot of Arabic and Persian vocabulary that Eastern and Southern Indians don't understand. Additionally, there are an immense number of moods, tenses, conjugations, and irregulars which make every language difficult to learn. However, most Indian languages have been heavily influenced by Sanskrit, so it is possible to speak a language that can be learned easily by a vast majority of Indians via this Sanskrit base. Enter भारत भाषा (Bhārata Bhāṣā). This is a language that prioritizes the ease of learning the language while maintaining familiarity, such that a vast majority of people in India can learn it with less effort than it takes to learn Hindi, as an auxiliary language to connect people from various Indian cultures.

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Posted by: Dev Bali
Published: 9/6/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, ConnectED, Drama, Speech And Debate, History Bowl, National Honor Society (NHS) and Homepage

Meeting TOMORROW in Ms. Wilson's Room (1214) at 3:15 sharp after-school tomorrow. Make sure to print out your assignment and clearly label your claim, warrant, and impact. Make sure to use the example speech template and the example factsheet template attached to format your argument.

 

Remember, you are only writing only ONE argument (either aff OR neg) - so you don't need to use all of the speech template -- make sure to make a copy of the blank speech template to edit

 

Tomorrow's meeting is only for novices - Varsity: no need to show up

 

- Keshav

 

Blank Factsheet Template
Blank Speech Template

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Posted by: Keshav Haranath
Published: 9/6/18




Audience: CSF, Harry Potter Alliance, Band Council 2017-18, Model United Nations, You Tutor, Exec Band Council 2018-19, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), National Honor Society (NHS), Science Alliance, CARE Club, UNICEF, Homepage, Colors for Charity, ConnectED, National History Day, DVHS Library Student Volunteers 2018-2019 & CSF, WiSTEM, Leo Club, Key Club, Art & Fashion Club 2016-17, Save the Bay Club, Junior Civitan, Red Cross Club and Homepage

Want to help out 5th graders with their Science Fair Projects? Become a Mentor for Science Alliance! Hours count towards CSF Hours!

 

Click on the link below to join:

https://goo.gl/forms/Y0tsrdiKTOX31Ms43

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Published: 9/6/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Join us for our annual Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser on September 15th from 8:00-10:00 am! Enjoy breakfast with live performances from the DVHS Choir, Band, and Orchestra for just $10. All you need to do is RSVP by filling out the attached google form. All proceeds will be collected at the door, and go directly to the DVHS music program. So come on out with your chairs and blankets to show your support for the DVHS music program!

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Posted by: Emma Wong
Published: 9/6/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

IF YOU DID NOT GET TO US ON CLUB DAY, SIGN UP USING THE LINK BELOW. IF YOU ALREADY SIGNED UP ON CLUB DAY, YOU DO NOT HAVE TO SIGN UP AGAIN. 

 

DVHS Astronomy Club is accepting anyone and everyone to join us. 

 

Our club's mission is to provide students at DVHS with an environment where they can learn, grow upon, and utilize their astronomy knowledge.Through interactive curriculum, group projects, meetings, fun and educational "star parties", and various activities (as well as a field trip to Chabot Space Center in Oakland/Berkeley) students will become productive members of a changing world of space and technology. The possibilities are endless. Join Astronomy Club 2018-2019 for a stellar experience.

 

We will do activities, discussions, or projects about anything related, like a rocket launch with rockets you create, to rovers and telescopes. We will use all kinds of tools and equipment.

 

Meetings will occur in Mr. Pont's room 9108 up to two times a month at lunch or after school. Once you sign up, you will be notified through Loopmail about the interest meeting (there will be cookies) and everything else.

 

We are affiliated with:

The Mount Diablo Astronomical Society

Livermore Unit National Association of Rocketry

 

If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, email:

dvhsastronomyclub@gmail.com

or Loopmail:

President: Ismael Khan

Vice President: Rishi Patel

Secretary: Suvass Ravala

Treasurer: Sohan Jayanth

 

Thank You.

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Published: 9/6/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Hey Wildcats!

 

Interested in joining the fight for LGBTQ rights? Want to show your support for the community? Join GSA! 

 

To sign up text @dvhsgsa to 81010 to join our Remind class! You'll receive reminders on upcoming club meetings and events. There is no other way to 'sign up' for our club since we don't send out email updates.

 

Our next meeting will be during lunch on September 11th in room 3213. Our stickers and buttons that were on sale on Club Day will also be available during this meeting.

 

See you there!  🌈

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Posted by: Caleb Sun
Published: 9/6/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Hey Wildcats!

If you could plan your dream rally, what would you want to see? Well, come to a Rally Focus Group on Thursday 9/13 during lunch, in the leadership room (4102), to contribute ideas you have! All are welcome and food will be provided.

 

Sign up at the attached link by Monday 9/10

 

 

Can't wait to see you there!

DV Rally Team

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Posted by: Jasmine Ofodu
Published: 9/6/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, ConnectED, Drama, Speech And Debate, History Bowl, National Honor Society (NHS) and Homepage

Volunteers for Senior Citizens or VFSC is a club that emphasizes service hours to the community. Gain experience by assisting senior citizens and get volunteer hours as well! :)

 

FIND US AT CLUB DAY NEAR THE LIBRARY!

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Posted by: Keshav Haranath
Published: 9/6/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, ConnectED, ARK - Acts of Random Kindness, DECA, You Tutor, Healthy Lifestyle for Youth, Key Club and Homepage

Thank you everyone that found us today during lunch. We had a big success with it.

 

Due to the amount  of people that were in the area we did not get everyone to sign up so if you do want to sign up use the link: https://tinyurl.com/dvhsbb

 

 

Our interest meeting is 9/12 during lunch in Room 4104.

PIZZA will be provided so come enjoy PIZZA while learning more about what we do.

 

Have any questions or concerns? Email us through our email or dm us on Instagram. 

Email:dvhsbestbuddies@gmail.com 

Best Buddies Website: https://www.bestbuddies.org/ 

DVHS Best Buddies Website: www.dvhsbestbuddies.weebly.com

DVHS Instagram: @dvhsbestbuddies

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Posted by: Karen Kim
Published: 9/6/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Hello all who signed up or are interested in the DV Linux Users' Group! 

 

Our first meeting will be held in room 4206 during lunch on Tuesday, 9/11.

 

If you would like to sign up, click the link at the bottom!

 

To join our Remind Group:

Text @dvlinux to 81010

 

Those who have signed up will also be receiving an email with this same information.

 

See you there!

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Posted by: Lucas Fanelli
Published: 9/5/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Hey Wildcats!

 

Come check out the Minds Matter booth at club day tomorrow and sign up!

 

We will be doing activities and lectures about mental health!

 

Or you can skip the hassle of club day and sign the interest form below!

 

Our first meeting is Monday September 10 in Ms. Agustin's room (2108). THERE WILL BE COOKIES

 

See you there!  

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Posted by: Aria Khalique
Published: 9/5/18




Audience: Art 5 Adv Period 5, Art 2 Period 6, Staff, Principals, Assistant Principals, Sys Admins, Teachers, Associates, Students, Parents, Afterschool Professionals, Homepage, AP Studio Art: Drawing & Design Period 3, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12 and Homepage

If you're interested in learning more about California College of the Arts, plan to attend Access in Mrs. Wengel's room on Wednesday 9/12. A college representative will be presenting, so please arrive on time. 

*Pickup access passes on 9/10, 9/11

 

https://www.cca.edu/

 

Mission

California College of the Arts educates students to shape culture and society through the practice and critical study of art, architecture, design, and writing. Benefitting from its San Francisco Bay Area location, the college prepares students for lifelong creative work by cultivating innovation, community engagement, and social and environmental responsibility.

Values Statement

As an educational and cultural institution, CCA believes in fostering the artistic and academic excellence of our students and faculty.

We cultivate intellectual curiosity and risk-taking, collaboration and innovation, compassion and integrity.

As a global citizen and good neighbor, CCA believes in its role as a proponent of social justice and community engagement.

We promote diversity on our campus by improving access and opportunities for underrepresented groups, and we see this endeavor as vitally enriching for everyone.

We value sustainability and believe that as a school of the arts we have a unique ability and an ethical responsibility to shape a culture that is more environmentally responsible.

We understand the importance of creative economies and the role of artists, designers, architects, and writers in solving social, cultural, environmental, and economic problems.

Description

Private, nonprofit
Coeducational, residential
We offer degree-seeking students 22 undergraduate and 13 graduate majors in the areas of fine arts, architecture, design, and writing.

Location

Two campuses, one dynamic college
The Bay Area is a known global hub for technological and cultural innovation. Our two uniquely positioned campuses place you among the most exciting environments for career inspiration:

  • business & technology
  • entrepreneurial arts & crafts
  • fine arts galleries
  • international communities
  • manufacturing & design
  • nonprofit social justice
  • sustainability & ecology
  • writing and literature festivals

Learn more »

San Francisco: CCA's San Francisco campus is located in the Potrero Hill neighborhood, next to the city's design district and within just blocks of the University of California at San Francisco's Mission Bay research campus.

The San Francisco campus location is in what is now referred to as the "innovation corridor."

Oakland: Four beautifully landscaped acres in the charming Rockridge district comprise the historic Oakland campus, located just two miles south of the University of California at Berkeley.

Learn more »

Campuses combined, CCA currently enrolls approximately 1,950 full-time students.

Accreditation & Degrees

CCA is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC), the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD), the National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB), and Council for Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA).

Degrees Offered

 

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Posted by: Kelsey Wengel
Published: 9/5/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, DECA and Homepage

If you love movies, and the art of filmmaking then join Film-Talkers! If you have more questions such as what we do, or when we meet, or if you missed us at club day then email any one of our officers!

 

President: Pranav Dhilip

Vice-President: Vrajesh Prakhya

Secretary: Mayank Mekala

Treasurer: Jaidev Gopakumar

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Posted by: Pranav Dhilip
Published: 9/5/18




Audience: CSF, DVHS Biology Club, You Tutor, Kids Against Hunger 2015-16, Writer's Circle: Seasons Magazine, Science Alliance, Homepage, Colors for Charity, Greenpeace: San Ramon, Speech And Debate, Key Club, Future Physicians of America (FPA), Kids Against Hunger, Red Cross Club and Homepage

Do YOU love art? Do YOU wish to create an emotional impact on the community by contributing your art to those in need?

 

COME join Colors for Charity!!! This is an inviting club made up of artists and people who want to create and donate art for a good cause. ALL funds and donations from our events, galleries, and art supply drives will be sent to the VA Veteran's Hospital and Fred Finch Youth Center. By coming to the first informational meeting you can learn more about how you can earn community service points and get involved.

 

Additionally, we will be hosting mini-art projects such as making pins, stickers, and other fun activities during our monthly lunch meetings in room 1214 (Ms. Wilson's room). We will also be recognizing and posting your work through our social media databases!

 

IF YOU COME TO THE FIRST INFORMATIONAL MEETING, ON SEPTEMBER 10TH DURING LUNCH WE WILL BE DISTRIBUTING COOKIES!!

 

Interest Form!

https://goo.gl/forms/jJWuFXan7URBSkyM2

 

For more information, follow us on Instagram and Facebook: 

@doughertycolorsforcharity @DVHS Colors for Charity

 

Or contact us!

President: Ashwathi Nair

Vice President: Elaine Park

Secretary: Amy Li

Treasurer: Enya Pan

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Posted by: Ashwathi Nair
Published: 9/5/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, ConnectED, DVHS Library Student Volunteers 2018-2019 & CSF, Model United Nations, DVHS Special Olympics Club, Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hey Wildcats!

 

Are you someone who is interested in making a difference on campus and impacting the students with special needs at Dougherty? Join Circle of Friends (Dougherty Valley Chapter)!!!

 

Circle of Friends is a school inclusion program that builds friendships between students with special needs and general-ed students. Circle of Friends students can surround themselves with friends and improve their social skills. Our goal is to include students with special needs in school activities and help them feel included in the general population along with receiving a new friend! Our job is to foster understanding, inspire acceptance, build friendships, and create inclusion. CoF breaks down barriers "as students learn that we all want to be accepted for who we are… we all want friends.”

 

Come to our interest meeting on 9/24 in room 4104 during lunch for our first meeting and catch us this Wednesday on club day to sign up or sign up by clicking on the link below!

 

https://goo.gl/forms/cKM46zVKlm4aTOJr2

 

Questions? Feel free to contact the officers!

 

President: Jasmine Ofodu (12)

Vice President: Anusha Entezari (11)

Secretary: Tamya Jordan (12)

Treasurer: Daniela Wise (10)

 

Check out the official Circle of Friends Website here:

https://www.circleofriends.org/

 

 

 

 

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Posted by: Daniela Wise
Published: 9/4/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Are you interested in playing in cricket tournaments or just want to try the 2nd most popular sport in the world? Join Cricket Club! We will be having a booth for signups tomorrow during the Club Fair. Make sure to come find us and sign up as we will discuss more info on practices, upcoming tournaments, and more during our full club meetings.

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Posted by: Dhruv Channa
Published: 9/4/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Colors for Charity, Sankara Eye Foundation 2016-2017, National Honor Society (NHS), CARE Club and Homepage

Bring Change to Mind is now at Dougherty Valley! We are a community nonprofit with a goal to end the stigma and discrimination associated with Mental Health and illnesses across our community. With many exciting projects planned, such as a middle school intervention & in school support programs, we hope to see you all supporting this meaningful cause. Fill this out to let us know you're interested, and we'll keep you updated on future meetings and events. If you have any questions or concerns, contact Isha Lamba. 

 

Thank you for your interest & we're looking forward to getting things started!

 

For more information, check out:
https://bringchange2mind.org/

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Posted by: Isha Lamba
Published: 9/4/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Model United Nations, DVHS Special Olympics Club, 2017-2018 Interact Members, Healthy Lifestyle for Youth, Key Club, Sankara Eye Foundation 2016-2017 and Homepage

Soccer Without Borders is an organization that seeks to promote the beautiful game throughout the community by providing the underprivileged youth with equipment and coaching. It is a fun way to get community service hours while impacting lives.

Sign Up with this Link:

https://goo.gl/forms/e9iPB98SjeJW7RQk1

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Posted by: Dhruv Ahuja
Published: 9/4/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, ConnectED, ARK - Acts of Random Kindness, DECA, You Tutor, Healthy Lifestyle for Youth, Key Club and Homepage

Do you want to bring inclusion and unity in our school? Do you want to be involved with the special need students on campus and off campus? Join Best Buddies!

 

Best Buddies International Best Buddies® is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to establishing a global volunteer movement that creates opportunities for one-to-one friendships, integrated employment and leadership development for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). 

 

We are the world’s largest organization dedicated to ending the social, physical and economic isolation of the 200 million people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). In addition this organization was created in 1989 with around 2500 chapters in the world (50 states and 50 countries). 

 

We will have activities at school and multiple events every month out of school with community service projects/volunteer projects as well. Furthermore we will have speakers from Best Buddies Ambassadors from BBI come to talk to us to help us bring awareness. Two of the main events that Best Buddies organizes is Spread the Word to End the Word which is a day to spread awareness about the r word and the second event is the Friendship Walk which is a walk that happens in April 2019 to help bring awareness not just in our community but in the whole state as a whole.

 

Come to our interest meeting on 9/12 in room 4104 during lunch and find us tomorrow during club day to sign up!

 

Have any questions or concerns? Email us through our email or dm us on Instagram.

 

Email:dvhsbestbuddies@gmail.com 

Best Buddies Website: https://www.bestbuddies.org/ 

DVHS Best Buddies Website: www.dvhsbestbuddies.weebly.com

DVHS Instagram: @dvhsbestbuddies

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Posted by: Karen Kim
Published: 9/4/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Do you have a passion for Medicine? Do you enjoying helping young athletes with their sports related injuries?

 

 

Sports medicine is becoming more and more popular as a career choice and this club allows students to explore and learn more about it. Our main goal is to teach and educate students that are interested in sports medicine, but are not able to take the class because they are too young or don’t have enough space in their schedule to take the class.. We will cover a wide range of topics such as athletic training, human anatomy, different taping techniques, and different opportunities which will give them a hands on experience. 

 

If you’re interested, come check us out on Club Day, Thursday, SEPTEMBER 6th during lunch. 

 

We hope to see you there!

 

-Your officers: 

Snigdha Bidurukontam(President)

Gloria Qiu(Vice President)

Megan Lum(Treasurer)

Isis Borromeo(Secretary) 

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Posted by: Megan Lum
Published: 9/4/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Model United Nations and Homepage

Clubs Day 2018 is this Wednesday(9/5) and Thursday(9/6) during lunch. Clubs A-J will be on Wednesday and Clubs K-Z will be on Thursday. If your club submitted a google form to participate in Clubs Day, you are automatically on the map. Clubs are going to be split up into different sections, as seen on the map, based on what type of club they are. Service clubs will be in one area, academic clubs will be in another area, and so on. Get excited Wildcats!

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Posted by: Caitlin Zink
Published: 9/4/18




Audience: CSF, Team Automotive 2017-2018, PAI, Physics Olympiad, DVHS Special Olympics Club, DVHS Quiz Bowl, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), Innovative Film Makers Club, UNICEF, Homepage, History Bowl, Kids Against Hunger, Computer Science Club, Investment Club, Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hey everyone!

 

If you missed our first meeting, that’s fine! Below is the powerpoint from the meeting. Our next meeting will be next Wednesday 9/12 during lunch in room 3214. We’ll soon be creating a Schoolloop news group for Engineering Club with those that sign up, where you can find all of our latest updates.

 

Be sure to stop by at our table at Club Day this Wednesday to learn more about Engineering Club! Our booth is on the side of the quad next to the library.

 

Hope to See You There!

 

-Your Officers

 

Powerpoint:

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1fnwjnghBLWyocLLtn0Kg62p-ZoQDGDFEPtqnn8GdyMk/edit?usp=sharing

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Posted by: Rohan Vaidya
Published: 9/3/18




Audience: CSF, Team Automotive 2017-2018, UNICEF, Homepage, Band Council 2017-18, Diamond Challenge Club and Homepage

Neuroscience Club is a club dedicated to learning about the brain, its functions, and how it meshes with other STEM fields. It's a perfect opportunity to advance your interests in Neurology and expand your horizons.

 

Neuroscience club helps members prepare for the Bay area Brain Bee using innovative and exciting new strategies. Winners of the Bay Area Brain Bee get a chance to compete in the National Brain Bee in Washington D.C.

 

Fill out the Interest Form linked below if you are interested and come check out our booth on club day September 6th.

 

For more information, contact us on school loop mail:

Alan Li

Elaine Yang

Wanzhu Zheng

or Me

 

Till Then,

Neuroscience Club Officers

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Posted by: Adithya Ramanan Iyer
Published: 9/2/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, ConnectED, DVHS Library Student Volunteers 2018-2019 & CSF, Model United Nations, DVHS Special Olympics Club, Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hey Wildcats!

 

Are you someone who is interested in making a difference on campus and truly impacting the special-needs community at Dougherty? Join Circle of Friends!

 

Circle of Friends is a school inclusion program that builds friendships between students with special needs and general-ed students. Circle of Friends students can surround themselves with friends and improve their social skills. Special education students often feel alone and isolated as they typically spend most of their time with their special-ed peers and are often targets of bullying. Our goal is to include students with special needs in school activities and help them feel included in the general population and receive a new friend out of it. Just because someone is “different” doesn't mean that they are worth less than others. Our job is to foster understanding, inspire acceptance, build friendships, and create inclusion. CoF breaks down barriers “ as students learn that we all want to be accepted for who we are… we all want friends.”

 

Come to our interest meeting on 9/24 in room 4104 during lunch and catch us at club day to sign up!

 

Questions?

 

Contact...

President: Jasmine Ofodu (12)

Vice President:  Anusha Entezari (11)

Secretary: Tamya Jordan (12)

Tresurer: Daniela Wise (10, me)

 

~Daniela N. Wise

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Posted by: Daniela Wise
Published: 9/2/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, DECA, 2017-2018 Interact Members, InVenture, Mu Alpha Theta -- MATH CLUB, Young Entrepreneurs Club, Diamond Challenge Club, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), Investment Club and Homepage

Are you interested in learning what it’s like to start a business? Do you want to learn useful entrepreneurial skills?

 

Young Entrepreneurship Club is a small group centered club that strives to help people who are eager to learn about entrepreneurship. We provide knowledge to help with entrepreneurial basics and public speaking skills to understand the business world as it is today. With our partnership with the incubator Quarter Zero, we have many exclusive resources for special events!

 

Unlike other business clubs, Young Entrepreneurship Club focuses on the process of active learning by taking action. Instead of presentations through the year, we have activities like our pitching competitions to hone your skills. Joining is easy and participation through the year depends on your own interest!

 

Find us at Club day on September 6th to sign up!

 

 

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Posted by: Zihan Wang
Published: 9/2/18




Audience: CSF, Team Automotive 2017-2018, Physics Olympiad, 2017-2018 Interact Members, InVenture, Diamond Challenge Club, DVHS Quiz Bowl, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), UNICEF, Homepage, ARK - Acts of Random Kindness, MedShare, Young Entrepreneurs Club, Healthy Lifestyle for Youth, Key Club and Homepage

Many students around campus spend hours and hours late at night searching for various medical opportunities to get a competing edge in their college application. However, a majority of this research doesn't end up obtaining new medical opportunities, and, in the case that something does arise, it's often impossible to enter into due to heavy competition or other such limitations. 

 

The Future Physicians of America club at Dougherty Valley (FPA) understands this struggle and has one goal: ease the process for all students looking for opportunities through directly providing them with said opportunities that they can easily enroll in to stand out in their college apps. We want to get all of our members into the medical field and make the process as easy as possible, and in order to reach that goal we provide medical opportunities that are distinctive and specialized towards each of our members' respective medical career interests. Through providing talks with experienced health professionals, discovering internships, bridging current pre-med and med students with our members, and more, Future Physicians of America strives to get our members enthusiastic and prepared for the medical field ahead of them. Whether your potential field is cardiology, nursing, etc, Future Physicians of America strives to provide opportunities directed at your career interest.

 

Express your interest of joining as a member to FPA by filling out the brief google form below!

 

Form: https://goo.gl/forms/UkUfzMGMWXfB1s3H3

 

Keep an eye out for our next meeting, which will be coming up soon. For any other questions please feel free to email me. 

 

-Rahul Kumar, FPA President

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Posted by: Rahul Kumar
Published: 9/1/18




Audience: CSF, UNICEF, Homepage, WiSTEM, DECA, Kids Against Hunger 2015-16, Key Club, Junior Civitan, Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hi everyone,

 

We are pleased to announce that the first neurodivergent people's club meeting will be on 9/04 and we hope to see you all there! The meeting is at Ms.Tanihara's class in room 2105 during lunch. We might be providing food and also please feel free to bring your friends! Anyone is welcome! If you didn't sign and up and you are interested the form is attached at the bottom.

 

In case you don't know what this club is about...

 

We are Neurodivergent People's Network, a new club at Dougherty that provides a safe space for neurodivergent (mentally ill, intellectually/developmentally disabled, learning disabilities) and disabled students at school. Apart from that, we are a disabled students union. Even if you are not disabled you are welcome to join! We appreciate our allies!

 

Unlike other "special needs" clubs, we are mainly focused on the disabled students themselves, not the non-disabled students trying to help.  Also, we have disabled students in our leadership.

 

This club lets you make friends with many different kinds of people, as well as be involved with the neurodivergent community, which is often hidden from the public eye because of the stigma of being neurodivergent.

 

Other than just having talks, we will also probably have some projects throughout the year dedicated to making the school more accessible for disabled students.

 

If you are interested, please fill out this form:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1EDD3CUplzAwlUZshMDxGb_EnrlqOZJubpRvHaF26_IM/viewform?edit_requested=true

 

We will meet the first Tuesday of every month during lunch, starting September 4.

 

Have any questions, comments, or concerns?

Contact our club email,

neurodivergentpeoplesnetwork@gmail.com or loopmail any of us.

President: Anoushka Basu, Vice President: Azal Shaikh, Secretary: Deepthi Vasudevan, Treasurer: AJ Sohrabi

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Published: 8/31/18




Audience: Homepage, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12 and Homepage

Must show evidence of completion (screen shot etc) at room 1205 to claim prize.

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Published: 8/31/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

AirPods were lost last week, about a month old.

Case and both AirPods were all together when lost. 

Serial Number: FXWWVC98BH8TT

 

If anyone has found these airpods, please contact me, it would be greatly appreciated.The best form of contact would be through loopmail: Jasvir Ghotra

 

Thank you.

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Posted by: Jasvir Ghotra
Published: 8/30/18




Audience: CSF, UNICEF, Homepage, Build a School, Young Entrepreneurs Club, Future Physicians of America (FPA), Red Cross Club and Homepage

Greetings Red Cross Team,

 

I hope you are doing well!  We are seeking 40 volunteers to support the East Bay Stand Down event in Alameda County on September 13 to September 16, 2018!

 

What is the East Bay Stand Down Event?

 

The East Bay Stand Down is a consortium of community organizations coming together to provide a four-day event every other year that bring together the nine-county homeless and at-risk military Veterans living in the Bay Area of California, connecting them with services ranging from VA HealthCare, Dental, Mental Health Services, Clothing, Meals, Emergency Shelter, Transitional and Permanent Housing, ID/Drivers License's, Court Services and Legal Aide, Showers and Haircuts and myriad other services and resources. The event will be held at Alameda County Fairground in Pleasanton. 

 

Your Red Cross will be providing canteen services (serving coffee, water and snacks) to more than 400 veterans on September 13 to September 16, 2018 at the Alameda County Fairgrounds, 4501 Pleasanton Avenue, Pleasanton and we need YOU!

 

Please sign up today as volunteer registration closes on September 9 by 5pm!

 

Go to: https://ebsd.ivolunteer.com/ebsd_2018 to register by 9/9/18. Once you are on the registration page scroll down to the bottom to find the Red Cross calendar section to view the shifts and sign up! Please note that you must get your Red Cross hours forms signed as well as sign up at the given link. Each shift is worth 4.5 Points.

 

Let me know if you have questions and we hope to see you there!

 

Best,

Rabail Abbas

President 

DVHS Red Cross

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Posted by: Rabail Abbas
Published: 8/30/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, DECA, MedShare, Speech And Debate, Young Entrepreneurs Club, Art & Fashion Club 2016-17 and Homepage

Do YOU love art? Do YOU wish to create an emotional impact on the community by contributing your art to those in need?

 

COME join Colors for Charity!!! This is an inviting club made up of artists and people who want to create and donate art for a good cause. ALL funds and donations from our events, galleries, and art supply drives will be sent to the VA Veteran's Hospital and Fred Finch Youth Center. By coming to the first informational meeting you can learn more about how you can earn community service points and get involved.

 

Additionally, we will be hosting mini-art projects such as making pins, stickers, and other fun activities during our monthly lunch meetings in room 1214 (Ms. Wilson's room). We will also be recognizing and posting your work through our social media databases!

 

Come check us out on Club Day (9/5) to sign yourself up and learn more!

 

IF YOU COME TO THE FIRST INFORMATIONAL MEETING, ON SEPTEMBER 10TH DURING LUNCH WE WILL BE DISTRIBUTING COOKIES!!

 

Interest Form!

https://goo.gl/forms/YVgGyYdOqM5OnjHH3

 

For more information, follow us on Instagram and Facebook: 

@doughertycolorsforcharity @DVHS Colors for Charity

 

Or contact us!

Ashwathi Nair(president) Elaine Park(VP) Amy Li(secretary) Enya Pan(treasurer) 

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Posted by: Amy Li
Published: 8/30/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Auditions for this year's fall play are September 5th and 6th, this next Wednesday and Thursday! Please come prepared with a one minute comedic or dramatic monologue. Callbacks are Friday September 7th by invitation only, and the list will be posted on dvhsdrama.org. The final cast will also be posted there.

 

If you're interested in tech, there will be a sign up the days of auditions, if you have any questions regarding tech contact Emily Nash.

 

If you have any other specific questions contact Lauren Ottley, or talk to Mr. Vega in PA120

 

 

To access the audition sheet and options for monologues fill out the google form below.

 

We can't wait to see you at auditions!

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Published: 8/29/18




Audience: CSF, Physics Olympiad, Band Council 2017-18, DVHS Biology Club, DVHS Quiz Bowl, Wildcat Tribune Club, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), Tech Challenge Club, Writer's Circle: Seasons Magazine, Pakistani Students Association (PSA), UNICEF, Homepage, National History Day, Speech And Debate, History Bowl, Young Entrepreneurs Club, Team HBV, Computer Science Club and Homepage

TLDR; Parent Meeting tomorrow. 6:30 PM. Commons

 

Another reminder that Dougherty Valley Speech and Debate is hosting our parent meeting August 30th, at 6:30 PM in the Commons.

 

If you are interested in being a part of the team and competing at tournaments, it is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED that you and/or your parents attend.

 

Our club visits multiple regional tournaments at highly prestigious universities. We compete at national level tournaments and bring home many awards! We NEED parents to be aware of how the club functions. 

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Posted by: Saad Jamal
Published: 8/29/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Hey Seniors!
 

Make sure to sign up to order this year's homecoming shirt. It is free with ASB, but $10 without. The deadline is SEPTEMBER 2 to fill it out!

 

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfV1R-G200qr3MTazxJnu_TU8lM8Vc4jNd31Hme-0lZA9oqTA/viewform

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Posted by: Hamayl Cheema
Published: 8/29/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, 2017-2018 Interact Members, Key Club, National Honor Society (NHS), Newspaper Club - Wildcat Tribune and Homepage

Our first meeting will be on Friday 8/31 in Room 1118. This is will out introductory meeting. Prep Speech/Interp has nine (!) different events, and we will be explaining all of them at our meeting. To stay up to date with announcements, please join our Facebook group "DV Prepared Speech and Interp".

 

If you are uncertain about joining Speech and Debate, I suggest you come to our meeting and we can answer any question you may have. Additionally, please feel free to email me at any time. 

 

Best Regards, 

 

Vikram and Priya

Prep Speech/Interp Captains

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Posted by: Vikram Balasubramanian
Published: 8/28/18




Audience: CSF, Team Automotive 2017-2018, PAI, Physics Olympiad, DVHS Special Olympics Club, DVHS Quiz Bowl, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), Innovative Film Makers Club, UNICEF, Homepage, History Bowl, Kids Against Hunger, Computer Science Club, Investment Club, Red Cross Club and Homepage

Those interested in being a part of Engineering Club, don't forget that our first meeting will be tomorrow (Wednesday 8/29) during lunch in room 3214. This meeting is for both new and returning members. For those that did not get the chance to see the previous post, below is an overview of the club (remember to fill out the meeting sign up google form if you have not already). See you there!

 

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Are you interested in gaining volunteer hours and valuable Engineering experience? Then join DVHS Engineering Club! Members attend Fixit Clinics, where volunteers help fix broken items for the community.

 

Members can also receive volunteer hours for clubs such as CSF. Each of our events can provide you with a CSF activity point as well. We also hold introductory building sessions (with volunteer hours) during lunch or access. We are one of the only clubs that provides students with this convenience.

 

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Signup:

https://goo.gl/forms/KT9Qw8wCSsM88yLK2

 

 

-Your Officers

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Posted by: Rohan Vaidya
Published: 8/28/18




Audience: CSF, Physics Olympiad, Band Council 2017-18, DVHS Biology Club, DVHS Quiz Bowl, Wildcat Tribune Club, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), Tech Challenge Club, Writer's Circle: Seasons Magazine, Pakistani Students Association (PSA), UNICEF, Homepage, National History Day, Speech And Debate, History Bowl, Young Entrepreneurs Club, Team HBV, Computer Science Club and Homepage

TLDR; Free Costco Pizza. Exciting Research. Thursday Access Manley's Room (1204)

 

 

Anusha Anand is a Senior at UCSB and a DV Alum (Class of 2015) studying Sociolinguistics (think social justice combined with the study of different dialects of English), and is looking for research participants from Dougherty Valley to assist in her senior thesis research which focuses on understanding the way South Asian American students at Dougherty Valley interact with the prevalent media stereotype of "the Indian accent".

 

The information session is happening this Thursday during Access in Manley's Room (1204)

 

Loopmail/Message me if you are down!

 

Flyer:


 

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Published: 8/28/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, ConnectED, PAI, Model United Nations, Key Club, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), Innovative Film Makers Club and Homepage

Volunteering positions have been updated. A really cool place to earn volunteer hours for CSF or any other clubs! As a volunteer, you will help set up Teen Hacks venue, greet attendees, serve as a guide for attendees, assist with serving refreshments, ensure that attendees are where they are supposed to be, and make sure that all stations are properly maintained.

 

Forgot to mention it, but it will take place on September 8th, from 9AM to PM. (It's on the flyer btw)

 

The original message is posted below.

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Hey there, Wildcats!

 

Are you an aspiring programmer? Do you want to make our society a better place? Do you want free food?

 

If the answer to any of those questions was yes (and #3 better be a yes), then come on down to Teenhacks' hackathon in Santa Clara, CA!

 

Teenhacks is a hackathon designed for kids aged 12 - 18 to have fun creating a solution to any problem we face. Guess what: Prizes for winning! It is recommended that you have some pre-expierience with programming, but it is completely up to you.

 

Shooting Stars is an organization created to provide schooling to people who can't afford it. This is an extremely credible organization with many dreams an aspirations and soon enough, a center in S.C and San Ramon.

 

Now, where can such an event take place? It's taking place in Netscout Systems Inc, in Santa Clara. 

 

More information on these three organizations on these links (cuz im lazy lol):

 

TeenHacks: https://teenhacks.org/

Shooting Stars: http://www.shooting-stars-foundation.org/

Netcout: https://www.netscout.com/

 

One more thing: If you are planning to attend after this email, or if you have already signed up for ANY position, I would like for you to send me a quick loopmail. I am having some trouble posting news on schoolloop, and, more importantly, I would like some stats on how many people come from DVHS.

 

Keep clawing at that work, Wildcats! (For those of you who loop mailed saying that that was too cheesy, thanks.)

 

~Shaun Munshi

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Posted by: Shaun Munshi
Published: 8/28/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Key Club and Homepage

The DVHS Geography Club is about to begin its first year! There are three objectives for this club as listed below:

 

1. Prepare for the USA Geography Olympiad. (Test is in January.)

2. Fundraise and volunteer for non-profit organizations.

3. Tutor or get tutored for social science classes.

 

The club is associated with "Aid for Africa", an alliance of organizations fighting against problems in Africa; and "Bihar Foundation of USA", an organization funding an eye hospital in India. However, the club will also provide volunteer hours for activities outside these organizations.

 

To learn more about this club, please make sure to attend the interest meeting this Wednesday, Aug. 29, during lunch in Room 1120. (Ms. Sakkis's room) 

 

To become a member of this club, please fill out the attached google form.

 

Best Regards,

     Board of Officers:

          President: Ronit Kumar

          Vice President: Mustafa Hussain

          Secretary: Tanish Kumar

          Treasurer: Madhupathi Pandey

          Advisor: Ms. Deme Sakkis

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Posted by: Ronit Kumar
Published: 8/27/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Hey DVHS!  Are you interested in auditioning for this years play? Come to the interest meeting for the show “Love/Sick” this Wednesday (8/29) in room PA120 during lunch to learn about this upcoming production and to answer any questions that you may have. Audition process, rehearsal time, show dates, and tech. opportunities will all be discussed. We hope to see you there!

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Posted by: Samantha Frias
Published: 8/27/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Project SmARTS is a community service based club here at Dougherty Valley that has been making a difference in kids' lives since 2013! As a club, we go to economically strained communities in Oakland and Hayward to do arts and crafts with elementary school students. We also run several drives throughout the year to make sure that each kid has, for example, school supplies at the beginning of the year or a toy for Christmas. As a member of Project SmARTS, you will have the opportunity to make a kid's day, express your own creativity, earn community service hours, and also make yourself an impressive candidate for colleges. 

 

Sign Up for Project SmARTS during lunch on Thursday, September 6th! 

 

Feel free to email us with any questions you may have:

 

Crystal Liu - President

Poly Popova - Vice President

Hanna Saleh - Secretary

Gabriele Donzella - Treasurer 

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Posted by: Gabriele Donzella
Published: 8/27/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, National History Day, WiSTEM, JSA Club, Leo Club, Key Club, Writer's Circle: Seasons Magazine, National Honor Society (NHS), Science Alliance and Homepage

Hey Seniors! 

 

Just a heads up that the Senior Superlative form will be sent out via loop mail today!

 

As a reminder, you must have your Senior Portrait taken BY October 31 in order for it to appear in the book.

 

IMPORTANT: 

We DO NOT TOLERATE CAMPAIGNING  of categories. 

If you are discovered to be campaigning, Yearbook reserves the right to disqualify you from the process altogether.

 

Thank you so much!

 

DVHS Triumph Staff

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Posted by: Ingrid Hsu
Published: 8/27/18




Audience: CSF, UNICEF, Homepage, Build a School, Young Entrepreneurs Club, Future Physicians of America (FPA), Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hi everyone!

 

DVHS Red Cross membership application is now open for this semester. Check out the link below for a detailed description of the club, membership requirements, and a step by step explanation of how to become a member this Fall. Membership application is found on the DVHS webs store and will be open from August 23rd-September 15th. Feel free to contact a Red Cross officer if you have any questions, comments, or concerns. 

 

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1k04-61TiOf8XkdxKHEdvBXvR0N6JetMlsptM3y3n660/edit?usp=sharing

 

Best,
Rabail Abbas
President 
DVHS Red Cross Club

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Posted by: Rabail Abbas
Published: 8/25/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

The San Ramon Valley Education Foundation is proud to host the first Raspberry Pi Jam for SRVUSD middle school and high school students on September 29th, 2018.  Learn more about this event by visiting our registration page at www.bit.ly/SRVEF_Jam .  Students of all skill levels are encouraged to participate!!  PRIZES will be awarded!!

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Posted by: Cheryl Mattingly
Published: 8/24/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, 2019 Swimming and Diving, National History Day, DECA, Speech And Debate, National Honor Society (NHS) and Homepage

AirPods were found on the ground outside the 3000 building 

Relatively new, only notable markings are some very faint red color on the front side of the AirPods

Case and both AirPods are intact 

Serial Number: FXYWTQSPH8TT

 

If you think these may be yours I need visual proof of matching serial numbers

The serial number should be prominently displayed on a sticker on the side of the box that the AirPods came in or on the purchase receipt 

 

The best form of contact would be through loopmail; my name is Jason Fu

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Posted by: Jason Fu
Published: 8/23/18




Audience: CSF, Team Automotive 2017-2018, PAI, Physics Olympiad, DVHS Special Olympics Club, DVHS Quiz Bowl, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), Innovative Film Makers Club, UNICEF, Homepage, History Bowl, Kids Against Hunger, Computer Science Club, Investment Club, Red Cross Club and Homepage

Are you interested in gaining volunteer hours and valuable Engineering experience? Then join DVHS Engineering Club! Members attend Fixit Clinics, where volunteers help fix broken items for the community.

 

Members can also receive volunteer hours for clubs such as CSF. Each of our events can provide you with a CSF activity point as well. We also hold introductory building sessions (with volunteer hours) during lunch or access. We are one of the only clubs that provides students with this convenience.

 

Our first meeting for both new and returning members will be on Wednesday 8/29/18 during lunch in room 3214.

 

Please fill out the sign up form below notifying us you will be at the meeting. Hope to See You There!

 

Signup:

https://goo.gl/forms/KT9Qw8wCSsM88yLK2

 

 

-Your Officers

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Posted by: Rohan Vaidya
Published: 8/23/18




Audience: Meetings / Minutes / Newsletters, PTSA, DVHS Music Fund Meeting, Teachers, Education Fund, Students, Parents, Athletic Boosters, Wildcat Sports, Grade 08, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12, Lak Ming Lam, Music Boosters Fund, All Grades, Homepage, Staff, Principals, Assistant Principals, Sys Admins, Parents, Associates, Afterschool Professionals, Homepage and Fundraisers

 

  1. Flyer - with information on dates and cost
  2. Register for the class at DVHS Web Store

If you have question, email Ming Lam. Thanks.

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Posted by: Lak Ming Lam
Published: 8/22/18




Audience: CSF, UNICEF, Homepage, Build a School, Young Entrepreneurs Club, Future Physicians of America (FPA), Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hi everyone!

 

If you are interested in becoming a DVHS UNICEF member this semester, please check out the following link for a detailed description of the club, membership requirements, and a step by step explanation of how to become a member this Fall.

The membership application is found on the DVHS web store and will be open from August 21st - September 12th.

Please contact me, Rabail Abbas, if you have any questions, comments, or concerns.

 

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1s2S2QZPfjUHGSlEdjjZMRzFTZ7ghWXghbEOvWDR7Wyk/edit?usp=sharing

 

Best,
Rabail Abbas
President 
DVHS UNICEF Club

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Posted by: Rabail Abbas
Published: 8/21/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

SENIORS!

 

Our interest meeting for our homecoming building + skit is this Thursday, August 23, in 4102 during lunch!

 

We'll be going over what our decorations will be, how to get involved in the skit, and general info on homecoming. 

 

 

BE THERE & GET READY TO MAKE THE OTHER CLASSES CRY!

 

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Posted by: Noah Banoub
Published: 8/20/18




Audience: CSF, Physics Olympiad, Band Council 2017-18, DVHS Biology Club, DVHS Quiz Bowl, Wildcat Tribune Club, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), Tech Challenge Club, Writer's Circle: Seasons Magazine, Pakistani Students Association (PSA), UNICEF, Homepage, National History Day, Speech And Debate, History Bowl, Young Entrepreneurs Club, Team HBV, Computer Science Club and Homepage

Interested in public speaking? Want to learn how to debate complex policy? Interested in going to competitive tournaments and winning trophies?

 

Dougherty Valley Speech and Debate is hosting its first full club meeting. If you are interested in becoming a new member, or want to continue your membership attendance is mandatory!

 

The meeting will be at 3:30 in the Commons, August 23.

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Posted by: Saad Jamal
Published: 8/19/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Hey Wildcats!

 

GSA will be hosting its first meeting on Tuesday, August 21st after school in Room 3213! Come for stickers, food, and to support the LGBTQ community!

 

For updates on meetings, fundraisers, and other club news, text @dvhsgsa to 81010.

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Posted by: Caleb Sun
Published: 8/17/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, National History Day, WiSTEM, JSA Club, Leo Club, Key Club, Writer's Circle: Seasons Magazine, National Honor Society (NHS), Science Alliance and Homepage

Hey Seniors!

 

Due to some errors in the form, we have sent out another senior quote form. (If you have already submitted, then its okay) Here is the link to the new form!

 

https://goo.gl/forms/UV56u6q60tzjcFeV2 

 

 

Sorry for the inconvenience!

 

:)

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Posted by: Ingrid Hsu
Published: 8/17/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Hello all DVHS Club Presidents, 

 

Thank you to all who came to the informational meetings on Wednesday and Thursday. As stated in the meeting, there are important forms that need to be turned in. Linked below is the powerpoint presented at the club presidents meeting as well as the necessary forms and due dates.

 

All form deadlines are final and no late forms will be accepted.

 

 

Club President Meeting Powerpoint: Club President Powerpoint

 

 

Club Annual Update Form (due online at 8:00 AM PST 8/22): https://tinyurl.com/y7eg725w 

Club Constitution (due outside room 4102 by the end of lunch PST 8/22): http://tinyurl.com/dvclubupdate

Club Day Interest Form (due online at 8:00 AM PST 8/24): https://tinyurl.com/ybb3o77x

 

If you have any questions please email us at clubsdvhs@gmail.com

Join our remind: text clubsdvhs to 81010

Thank you for coming and we're looking forward to an amazing year!

 

Best,

DVHS Clubs Team 2018-19

clubsdvhs@gmail.com

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Posted by: Mr. Bowen
Published: 8/16/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Applications to be a library volunteer are now available! Check the library website or your SchoolLoop email to get an application. NO LATE APPLICATIONS WILL BE CONSIDERED. They are due Friday, August 24th at 3:15pm. 

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Posted by: Kerri Knapp
Published: 8/16/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, ConnectED, Key Club, Writer's Circle: Seasons Magazine and Homepage

Hey seniors!

 

Be sure to keep an eye out for the senior quote form that will be sent out via loop mail sometime tomorrow, August 17th! Here are some basic rules to keep in mind:

 

- NO PROFANITY/INAPPROPRIATENESS (they will not be included and you may not get a chance to put in an alternate quote)

- NO EMOJIS

- YOU MUST HAVE YOUR SR PORTRAIT SCHEDULED IF NOT TAKEN ALREADY BEFORE COMPLETING THE FORM

- IF YOU WANT TO CHANGE QUOTE PRIOR TO DEADLINE AFTER SUBMITTING IT, CONTACT KATIE ENG OR INGRID HSU!

 

Thank you!

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Posted by: Katelyn Eng
Published: 8/16/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

If you do not have a 6th period class listed on your schedule, you are still required to attend 5th period Access before leaving school.  If you are leaving before lunch is over at 12:59, you must come to the front office and sign out.

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Posted by: Cheryl Mattingly
Published: 8/16/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

It's that time of the year again! DVHS is hosting a Back to School Drive for our sister school CUES and we need your help! This drive will run from August 20th to the 31st. Feel free to drop off donations in the front office or have students take them to the bins on campus, where they will be located in each building. All school supplies are welcome and greatly appreciated. Help our sister school start off the year right!

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Posted by: Mr. Bowen
Published: 8/15/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Are you interested in learning about Robotics? Or are you experienced in Robotics already? If so, the DVHS Robotics Club is having an Interest Meeting on Tuesday, August 21, from 3:30 - 4:30 in the Commons! We are currently composed of 5 teams participating in Vex Robotics Competitions. We will be discussing information about the club and how to apply. If you are interested or have any questions, feel free to attend this meeting. Everyone is welcome!

 

For additional information, visit our website at: http://www.dvhsrobotics.com/

 

Any questions? Please shoot an email to contact@dvhsrobotics.com

or loopmail Yash Potdar or Akash Harapanahalli

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Posted by: Shaan Mistry
Published: 8/14/18




Audience: Mr. Bowen, Homepage and Homepage

Hello all DVHS Club Presidents,

 

We hope you all had a wonderful summer. The DVHS Clubs Committee would like to inform you of an upcoming informational meeting. The meeting will be held on Wednesday (8/15) and Thursday (8/16) in room 4102 during lunch.

 

Clubs A-L will be Wednesday (8/15) at lunch in room 4102

Clubs M-Z will be Thursday (8/16) at lunch in room 4012

 

These meetings will provide important information regarding the start of the school year as well as upcoming events. Please send one representative from the club you serve to your designated meeting.

 

If you have any questions, please direct them to the Team email. Please do not email Mr. Bowen or any Clubs Team members personally as messaging the Team email should serve as your first line of contact.

 

TEAM EMAIL: clubsdvhs@gmail.com

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Posted by: Mr. Bowen
Published: 8/13/18




Audience: Homepage, Webmasters and Homepage

Parents who live outside the boundaries of the San Ramon Valley Unified School District now have the opportunity to seek interdistrict transfers to enroll their children at SRVUSD schools. SRVUSD has streamlined the enrollment request process for eligible families who reside in other Bay Area communities, reducing the stress of finding a high-performing new school. 

 

First, a family must obtain an interdistrict transfer approval document from its home school district. Second, if the student is in middle school or high school, SRVUSD will need to review transcripts, discipline records and attendance records from the previous school.

 

Transfer requests are approved based on space availability and a review of transcripts, discipline and attendance records.

 

In some cases, a family’s home school district will send the documentation to SRVUSD when a parent makes the transfer request. In a few other cases, the family will have to handle the paperwork.

 

Families interested in transferring their children to SRVUSD should check with their home school districts to begin the process.

 

SRVUSD is one of California’s top performing school districts. More than 98 percent of its students graduate from high school, and 95 percent of those grads plan to attend college, with 71 percent attending a four-year university. Student attendance rate is 97 percent at SRVUSD.

 

Academic success is a tradition at SRVUSD schools – a tradition well known to university admissions officers. In college placement exams, SRVUSD students rank exceptionally high, with 88 percent scoring 21 or higher on the ACT and 83 percent scoring 1,500 or better on the SAT.  Almost 40 percent of SRVUSD students enroll in Advanced Placement classes, and 88 percent earn at least a Grade 3 on AP exams.

 

The SRVUSD experience doesn’t stop at college preparedness. The district offers more than 450 sections of performing arts classes. And younger children are exposed to fun ways to learn, with a science lab and science classroom specialist available at SRVUSD elementary schools.

 

SRVUSD is built for success in the 21st century, with 100 percent of its classrooms and other learning spaces updated with wireless connectivity. The district has more than 6,400 Apple laptops for students, along with more than 3,000 PCs and over 2,000 Chromebooks. SRVUSD students also have access to more than 5,600 iPads and Android tablets.

 

SRVUSD has approximately 32,000 students in 36 schools, taught and cared for by 3,500 dedicated employees.

 

For questions about how families can apply for interdistrict transfers to enroll their children with SRVUSD, please visit http://www.srvusd.net/interdistricttransfers

or contact Student Services at (925) 552-5076.

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Posted by: Elizabeth Graswich, District Admin, San Ramon Valley Unified School District
Published: 6/28/18




Audience: Homepage, Webmasters and Homepage

Each fall, San Ramon Valley Unified parents are asked to complete an online “Annual Update” to verify household and emergency contact information and complete the annual release acknowledgement and permission requirements.

 

Don’t have a portal account yet?  Contact your student’s school office after July 30 to receive your unique user key to set up an account.  It’s fast and easy.

 

For the 2018-2019 school year, to assist the online program in running smoothly, the parent portal will open on a different day in July for each high school and its feeder middle and elementary schools. Please note: parents do not need to fill out the annual update on the day that the portal opens. Parents will have until August 31, 2018, to fill out the information.

 

Parents will access the annual update through the SRVUSD Parent Portal. Once you log-in, you will see a button that says “Online Enrollment Annual Update.” The Annual Update will open on the following schedule:

 

Tuesday, July 10: Dougherty Valley High School, Del Amigo High School, Venture School, Windemere Ranch Middle School, Gale Ranch Middle School, Hidden Hills Elementary, Live Oak Elementary, Quail Run Elementary, Coyote Creek Elementary, Bella Vista Elementary

 

Wednesday, July 11: California High School, Iron Horse Middle School, Pine Valley Middle School, Golden View Elementary, Twin Creeks Elementary, Bollinger Canyon Elementary, Montevideo Elementary, Walt Disney Elementary, Neil Armstrong Elementary and Country Club Elementary

 

Thursday, July 12: Monte Vista High School, Los Cerros Middle School, Diablo Vista Middle School, Alamo Elementary, Vista Grande Elementary, Green Valley Elementary, Tassajara Hills Elementary, Creekside Elementary

 

Friday, July 13: San Ramon Valley High School,  Stone Valley Middle School, Charlotte Wood Middle School, Rancho Romero Elementary, Montair Elementary, John Baldwin Elementary and Greenbrook Elementary, Sycamore Elementary

 

For more information, please check out our FAQ webpage.

 

 

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Posted by: Elizabeth Graswich, District Admin, San Ramon Valley Unified School District
Published: 6/20/18




Audience: Teacher Aide Site, Staff, Minu Basu, Principals, AP Biology Site, Assistant Principals, Sys Admins, Teachers, Associates, Students, Parents, Afterschool Professionals, Homepage, Biology Site, Grade 08, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12, All Grades, Access Site and Homepage

IMPORTANT:  You must log in with your School Google ID to access all documents listed below:

 

AP Bio Textbook Resource

 

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Posted by: Minu Basu
Published: 6/14/18




Audience: Homepage, Webmasters and Homepage

 


New dates have been added for the 2018-2019 CHP Start Smart Driver Safety Classes. Students and their parent/guardian must attend one free two hour CHP Start Smart class in order to be eligible for a parking permit at all SRVUSD high schools.

 

Click here to view the newly added classes.

 

Ten classes will be offered for the 2018-2019 school year at all of the SRVUSD high schools. Review your schedules and sign up early to confirm your space. No additional classes will be added once the dates and locations are confirmed.

 

Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Check-in by 6:45 p.m. Doors close at 7 p.m. No late arrivals accepted, and your space is subject to be released to others at 7 p.m. If the class if full, you are welcome to list for “stand-by,” at the venue that evening, for available space. However, admission is not guaranteed.

 

AT&T’s Texting and Driving Simulator will be available at some locations.

 

At least one parent must attend with their teen. (Note: The presentation contains graphic “accident” images, which are unsuitable for children under 15 years old.)

 

IMPORTANT: Students must attend a class at an SRVUSD school to be eligible to apply for a student parking permit.  

 

For more information visit SRVUSD’s Start Smart webpage.

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Posted by: Elizabeth Graswich, District Admin, San Ramon Valley Unified School District
Published: 6/4/18




Audience: Homepage, Counseling, Grade 11, College and Career Center, Parents and Homepage

DVHS College Admissions Boot Camp for the Class of 2019
July 23-27, 2018
Session I: 8:00-11:15 am
Session II: 12:15-3:30 pm
(Space is limited)

DVHS Ed Fund in conjunction with the DVHS College and Career Center, is excited to announce our 2nd annual DVHS College Admissions Boot Camp. This week long boot camp is for current juniors (class of 2019) to help get a jump start on the college selection/application process.  Each day, college admission counselors (including UCSB, UCLA, Purdue, University of the Pacific, Saint Mary's College of Ca, Drew University, Cal Maritime, and more) will be on hand to discuss applying to different types of schools--public, private, large schools, small schools, in state and out of state. Students will have the opportunity to research colleges, develop a college list, and complete at least 1 college essay.

 

To register your student, visit the webstore at dvhigh.net and click on College Boot Camp. Please see attached flyer for cost and additional details.

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Posted by: Kristin Cranmer
Published: 5/30/18




Audience: Homepage, Grade 10 and Homepage

Books cannot be picked up during finals week. DO NOT ASK permission for this. It will not be granted.

Here are the official instructions and proper procedure:


 

·         Come to the DVHS Textbook Office on your assigned day and time.

 

DATE

TIME

LAST NAME

Tuesday, June 5th

9am-11am

A-K

Tuesday, June 5th

11am-1pm

L-Z

Wednesday, June 6th

9am-11am

L-Z

Wednesday, June 6th

11am-1pm

A-K

 

·         You MUST have your student ID card. If you do not have this year’s ID card, you may use an old one. If you do not have an ID card, you will need to purchase one from Mrs. Thomas in the Bookkeeping Office for $5.

 

·         If you cannot be here to get your own textbooks, you may send a proxy in your place. The proxy MUST have your student ID card. There will be NO exceptions to this. We will NOT be handing out any textbooks early, and we will not be handing out any textbooks late.

 

If you have any questions, please email Rizza Day Sphicas (rsphicas@srvusd.net). Most emails will not be responded to until AFTER textbook checkout on the 6th. Thank you for your understanding at this busy time.

 

We hope you have a wonderful, restful summer break.

 

Sincerely,

Ms. Sphicas

 

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Posted by: Jeanne Scheppach
Published: 5/25/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Seniors who wish to keep data they have in their School Google Accounts will need to transfer/archive their data using Google Takeout!

 

Seniors will have 30 Days after graduating to transfer/archive their data before it is deleted from the systems.

 

Please see attached instructions detailing how to transfer/archive your School Google Accounts.

 

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Posted by: Debbie Butler
Published: 5/25/18




Audience: Homepage, Young Entrepreneurs Club and Homepage

Hey Everyone,
After deliberation, the Officers for Young Entrepreneurs Club in the school year of 2018-2019 are:


President: Rohan Tripathi

Vice President: Neha Vasagiri

Treasurer: Aved Sodah

Secretary: Zihan Wang

Thanks to all applicants and congratulations to the Officers for next year! If you would like to learn more about YEC and become a member for the year of 2018-2019, feel free to contact Rohan Tripathi via loopmail or gmail at rohantrips@gmail.com.

 

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Posted by: Rohan Tripathi
Published: 5/25/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Hello!

 

All are welcome to sign up for the Digital Arts Club. We will be selecting the next year's club officers! 

 

Digital Arts Club is an interactive club meant to help all individuals of ANY computer skill to pursue their individualistic approaches to art.

 

 

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Posted by: Vaishnavi Ravi
Published: 5/22/18




Audience: Homepage, Grade 10 and Homepage

Please check with the textbook room in terms of when you are allowed to check out books for the summer. 


In terms of notes taken on chapters required in summer reading, these need to be hand-written and in any style. There is no page-length requirement. You are allowed to use these on quizzes.

In terms of the document analysis, these should be TYPED and will be submitted to Turnitin.com the second day of school to your assigned teacher's TII.com account. You should print these up as well and bring to class the first day of school. 


Please note too: Ms. Scheppach will be out of the country for all of June and will only be sporadically checking email in July. Figure out what you need for the summer assignment before school ends to make sure you have what you need. 

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Posted by: Jeanne Scheppach
Published: 5/22/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, DECA and Homepage

Our last meeting of the year! It will be on the 24th, next Thursday in room 4208. We will be discussing movies in general and talk about plans for next year. Anyone who has an interest is welcome. 

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Posted by: Pranav Dhilip
Published: 5/17/18




Audience: CSF, Physics Olympiad, DVHS Biology Club, Mu Alpha Theta -- MATH CLUB, DVHS Quiz Bowl, Team Fox, National Honor Society (NHS), Science Alliance, Homepage, PVSA, DECA, Speech And Debate and Homepage

Hello,

 

If you ordered Krispy Kreme donuts from the badminton team, unfortunately due to communication errors within the store, the donuts will not be ready today. You can pick up the donuts next Monday 5/21 at 3:30 pm in room 1111. 

 

Sorry for the inconvenience,

Sahil

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Posted by: Sahil Mehta
Published: 5/14/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Hey Wildcats! For the last spirit week of this school year we want you to tell us what you want! Please fill out this form so we can have the best last spirit week ever!!!

 

https://goo.gl/forms/ficOHWDcrRzvtO523

 

 

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Posted by: Camryn Okmin
Published: 5/14/18




Audience: Access Site, Art 5 Adv Site, Art 1 Site, AP Studio Art: Drawing & Design Site, Teachers, Students, Parents, Archived Pages for Mrs. Wengel, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12, All Grades, Homepage, Art 2 Site, Staff, Principals, Assistant Principals, Sys Admins, Associates, NAHS National Art Honor Society, Afterschool Professionals, Homepage, Tutor Site, Kelsey Wengel and Teacher Aide Site

NAHS Hours Form due by Wednesday 5/16 

(All signatures, contacts must be complete) 

-If hours are incomplete, students may acquire hours during the week of the Art Show 5/21-5/24

 

*Turn in to Blue Folder on Mrs. Wengel's door*

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Posted by: Kelsey Wengel
Published: 5/14/18




Audience: Homepage, Grade 12 and Homepage

Hey seniors--it's that time again--the time to create your senior will. This is tradition at DVHS in the last issue of the Wildcat Tribune, and you don't want to miss out.  

 

Link to google form linked, but it's also here: bit.ly/seniorwill2018

 

Examples & official rules on the google form. We MUST have your entry by May 14!

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Posted by: Rachel Decker
Published: 5/12/18




Audience: Homepage, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12 and Homepage

Hello students! The Wildcat Tribune is conducting research on the sudden prevalence of vaping and we would appreciate a student perspective. The poll linked below should take less than a minute. 

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Posted by: Rachel Decker
Published: 5/11/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Hello students! The Wildcat Tribune is conducting research on the sudden prevalence of vaping and we would appreciate a student perspective. The poll linked below should take less than a minute. 

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Posted by: Rachel Decker
Published: 5/11/18




Audience: Homepage, Webmasters and Homepage

The San Ramon Valley Unified School District is accepting applications from interested community members to provisionally fill one unexpired term of office on the Board of Education. The term expires December 2018. The candidate who is appointed by the Board to fill the vacancy can run for re-election in November 2018.

 

The vacancy was created when Denise Jennison who, after serving nearly 8 years on the Board of Education, resigned effective May 23, 2018.

 

Applicants must be registered voters residing in the boundaries of the San Ramon Valley Unified School District, 18 years of age or older, a citizen of the State of California, and not disqualified by the constitution or laws of the state from holding a civil office.

To obtain an application, visit www.srvusd.net/boeapplication or pick up an application packet from the Superintendent’s Office at 699 Old Orchard Drive, Danville, between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m.

 

Applications are to be returned to the Superintendent’s Office no later than 4 p.m. on Tuesday, May 29, 2018. No applications will be accepted past the deadline.

 

For further information contact Cindy Fischer, Executive Assistant to the Superintendent at (925) 552-2933 or cfischer@srvusd.net.

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Posted by: Meaghan K, District Admin, San Ramon Valley Unified School District
Published: 5/9/18




Audience: CSF, UNICEF, Homepage, Build a School, Young Entrepreneurs Club, Future Physicians of America (FPA), Red Cross Club and Homepage

The Red Cross has been working with Leadership to make the very first club sticker at DV, the Red Cross x Wil sticker!

 

Come out to the spirit shack (across the Book Keeper's office) this Thursday during Lunch to buy a sticker for only 2 dollars!! Also, send a a selfie of you and your sticker to redcrossdvhs@gmail.com to get 1 hour!!


 

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Posted by: Rabail Abbas
Published: 5/9/18




Audience: CSF, UNICEF, Homepage, Build a School, Young Entrepreneurs Club, Future Physicians of America (FPA), Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hey DVHS,

 

Are you looking for a way to relax after AP exams while saving money? Red Cross is hosting a T4 Fundraiser on May 17th at 11020 Bollinger Canyon Rd, San Ramon, CA 94582 from 11 AM-11 PM. You get 10% discount and 15% of proceeds go to DVHS Red Cross when you show the cashier the following flyer. Send a picture of your receipt to redcrossdvhs@gmail.com to get 1 hour. Let Rabail Abbas know if you have any questions, comments, or concerns.

 

Thanks,

Rabail Abbas

President 

DVHS Red Cross


 

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Posted by: Rabail Abbas
Published: 5/9/18




Audience: CSF, Team Automotive 2017-2018, Homepage, Girls Who Code 2017/2018, DECA, DVHS Bake N Create, Kids Against Hunger, Team Fox, Girls Who Code and Homepage

Hey everyone! As part of our Pay it Forward project for Hero's Journey, we are forming a group of women from Dougherty Valley High School who are eager to get involved in our greater East Bay community and make a difference in someone's life. 

 

Come join us in supporting Habitat for Humanity as we participate in the Oakland Playhouse Prep (morning shift) and help construct playhouses for assembly in their Oakland workshop!

 

Date & Time: Saturday, May 19 from 8:30 am - 12:00 pm
Location: 1601 Poplar St, Oakland, CA 94607

 

Habitat for Humanity EB/SV’s Playhouse Program began in 2009 and has changed a lot over the past few years. Most of the Playhouse Builds take place at offsite locations. To successfully perform these offsite Builds, we have to prepare (or Prep) the playhouse pieces beforehand. During a typical Prep day groups will have the opportunity to cut out playhouse pieces from raw plywood, base paint pieces of the playhouse, and machine windows and doors.

 

Other Information: 

  • No experience is necessary!
  • It is important to be on time so that you do not miss orientation and key instructions. 
  • Please also plan to stay for the entire duration of the event.
  • Wear work clothes you don't mind getting paint or dirt on and sturdy, closed-toed shoes. 
  • Bring a lunch (or small snacks) and a refillable water bottle. Tools and safety equipment are provided.

For safety reasons, all volunteers must be at least 16 years old. Volunteers ages 16 - 18 must bring a signed minor waiver form with them to the site. Minor waiver forms are available here: http://www.habitatebsv.org/sites/default/files/2017%20Minor%20Waiver%20Template.pdf.

 

PLEASE SIGN UP HERE: https://goo.gl/forms/4i5JzqHdJttn4d8D2

 

Thank you,

 

Disha Srivastava and Nandini Kumar 

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Posted by: Disha Srivastava
Published: 5/8/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Attached is the Minds Matter Interest Meeting Powerpoint for those who couldn't attend:

 

 

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Posted by: Aria Khalique
Published: 5/8/18




Audience: Homepage, Grade 12 and Homepage

Hey seniors! The Wildcat Tribune is doing a feature spread this issue about seniors, and we want your photos. Submit photos from your senior year for a chance to be featured in the Tribune using the Google Form linked below. 

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Posted by: Rachel Decker
Published: 5/8/18




Audience: Staff, Principals, Assistant Principals, Sys Admins, Teachers, Associates, Students, Parents, Afterschool Professionals, Homepage, Grade 08, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12, All Grades and Homepage


Dear Dougherty Family and Friends,  

 

It has been a great year in the Art Department!  Together, we've explored many media, genre and techniques and in result, thousands of beautiful art pieces have been produced.  These works, as well as the works from all other levels of Fine Art on campus will be exhibited on Thursday, May 24th within the DVHS 4000 building.   

 

Light refreshments will be provided by the Culinary Arts program, as well as a performance by a string quartet.  The exhibit is open for three hours; you may arrive at anytime, and stay as long as you wish.  

 

Make it a date! We hope you can join us for this lovely event :) 

-The Fine Arts Dept. 

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Posted by: Kelsey Wengel
Published: 5/8/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage


 

"Close-Knit Family" Elaine Park Grade 10 State of CA Winner of the Doodle4Google

 

Elaine Park, a 10th grade artist at Dougherty Valley High School, has won the California Doodle4Google and is now the running to be a National Finalist!  Elaine was one of 200,000+ designs. Elaine was honored at a surprise awards assembly on May 3rd, where 150 students gathered, along with her parents, teachers and administrators.

 

Voting is LIVE!

 

Help support Elaine’s artwork by voting for her design and sharing doodle4google.com on all of your social media networks!!!  As a national finalist, Elaine has the chance to win a college scholarship, and DVHS would win a tech grant! Voting is Unlimited so vote early and often!

 

Doodle4Google Voting Starts May 7th and lasts through May 18th

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Posted by: Debbie Butler
Published: 5/7/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

If you want to have fun on Friday during lunch, cook food, eat food and create a bond with your teachers, sign up for the cook off! You will be randomly assigned to a group with both teachers and students. 

 

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Posted by: Muskan Bakshi
Published: 5/7/18




Audience: CSF, UNICEF, Homepage, Build a School, Young Entrepreneurs Club, Future Physicians of America (FPA), Red Cross Club and Homepage

The Red Cross has been working with Leadership to make the very first club sticker at DV, the Red Cross x Wil sticker!

 

Come out to the spirit shack (across the Book Keeper's office) this Thursday during Lunch to buy a sticker for only 2 dollars!! Also, send a a selfie of you and your sticker to redcrossdvhs@gmail.com to get 1 hour!!


 

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Posted by: Rabail Abbas
Published: 5/6/18




Audience: CSF, UNICEF, Homepage, Build a School, Young Entrepreneurs Club, Future Physicians of America (FPA), Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hey DVHS Red Cross,

 

Our last meeting will be on May 7th (Monday) during lunch in the library. We will be going over events in May, shirt orders, a new project the Red Cross officers have been working on, and more! Please loopmail Rabail Abbas if you cannot make it.

 

Thanks,

DVHS Red Cross Officers

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Posted by: Rabail Abbas
Published: 5/4/18




Audience: Homepage, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12 and Homepage

come to room 1205 to claim  your prize. Must show evidence of completion of survey  (Screen shot is fine)

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Posted by: Rachel Decker
Published: 5/3/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Prom Attendees!

 

Our party with Gatsby is in three days! Here’s some information for the day of:

 

The dress code is formal! 

 

For those that driving: 

- Parking is available at the Civic Center Garage.

For those taking a bus:

- We have 2 entrances: DVHS SENIORS taking DVHS SENIORS, DVHS SENIORS taking DVHS JUNIORS, and ANYONE with a GUEST must to enter through the front entrance on Polk St.

- Anyone else (DVHS JUNIORS) must enter through the back entrance on Van Ness St.

 

- You must have your ID with you. 9th graders, 10th graders and guests must enter the dance with their DVHS date (the person who purchased their ticket).

-Doors open at 7:00pm and the event ends at 11:00pm, plan your rides accordingly!

 

DO NOT BRING any liquids, food/beverages, gum, lighters etc. Bags will be checked by administrators. 

You will need your ID and your PHYSICAL TICKET in order to get into the venue.  

 

Prom court voting will be located by the front entrance and will be announced at 9:30! Coat checks will also be available by the entrances. 

 

Get ready for an amazing night and remember your dancing shoes!!

 

 

- Prom Committee 

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Posted by: Mr. Bowen
Published: 5/3/18




Audience: CSF, Physics Olympiad, DVHS Biology Club, Mu Alpha Theta -- MATH CLUB, DVHS Quiz Bowl, Team Fox, National Honor Society (NHS), Science Alliance, Homepage, PVSA, DECA, Speech And Debate and Homepage

Hey everyone!

 

If you ordered Krispy Kreme donuts to support the badminton team and have not picked them up yet, the donuts will be distributed on Monday 5/14 instead of tomorrow. As planned, the donuts will be distributed in room 1111 at 3:30.

 

Sorry for the inconvenience,

Sahil

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Posted by: Sahil Mehta
Published: 5/1/18




Audience: Homepage, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12 and Homepage

The Wildcat Tribune is preparing an article listing the most unique and helpful tips to help students at Dougherty get ready for their AP exams.

We have compiled the most-frequently asked questions regarding AP exams of first-time test takers. Now, it's your turn to answer them :)

Feel free to give both lighthearted and serious responses. In all cases, explanations are appreciated! Thanks for participating in this short survey.

 

claim your prize in 1205!!!

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Posted by: Rachel Decker
Published: 5/1/18




Audience: Homepage, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12, All Grades and Homepage

Come to room 1205 to claim the prize. Must show current or screen shot of confirmation page.

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Posted by: Rachel Decker
Published: 5/1/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Do you want to know what's going on in peoples heads? Do you want to participate in fun activities to inform people of mental illnesses? Do you want cookies?

 

Come to the Mind Matters Interest Meeting in Ms. Agustin's room (2108) on Tuesday, May 8!!!

 

Yes, there will be cookies! See you there!

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Posted by: Aria Khalique
Published: 5/1/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

UPDATE: The Super Smash Bros. Tournament and Trivia will be held in the AUX gym instead of the regular gym!

*Waivers are due to room 4102 by the end of school tomorrow! (pdf below)

 

Announcement: For Greek Week we have changed the requirements for the number of team members to 8-12 members! Spread the word!

 

Schedule For Greek Week

Monday: 

Game: Battle Ball (main gym) 500 points

  • 5 participants

Tuesday: 

Game: Sharks and Minnows (stadium) 500 points

  • 8 participants

Wednesday: 

Game: Super Smash Smash Bros Tournament (aux gym) 200 points

  • 2 participants

Access: Trivia Battle (aux gym) 300 points (8 participants)

 

Thursday: 

SENIOR BBQ (Stadium)

Game: Relay Race (8 participants) 500 points, Spicy Ramen Challenge (3 participants) 300 points

 

Friday: 

Game: Tug of War (stadium)

- 8 participants

 

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Posted by: Charley Okmin
Published: 4/26/18




Audience: CSF, UNICEF, Homepage, Build a School, Young Entrepreneurs Club, Future Physicians of America (FPA), Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hey Red Cross,

 

DVHS Leadership is hosting a Blood Drive on May 1st. If you are 16 years or older you are eligible to donate blood. If you are under 18, you must fill out a parental consent form, found in at the donation table in the QUAD during lunch, and turn in forms to the same place by April 30th (Monday).

 

If you donate blood you will receive 2 hours of service if you send some sort of picture proof such, blood donation forms, sign in sheet, physical copy of donation, or selfie of you on the day during donation with a leadership volunteer at the event, etc to redcrossdvhs@gmail.com.

 

Remember every donation counts in saving 3 lives! Please contact Raneen Abu Amara if you have any questions, comments, or concerns.

 

Best,

Rabail Abbas

President

DVHS Red Cross


 

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Posted by: Rabail Abbas
Published: 4/25/18




Audience: CSF, UNICEF, Homepage, Model United Nations, DVHS Special Olympics Club, 2017-2018 Interact Members, Future Physicians of America (FPA), Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hi everyone,

 

Just a reminder that the officer position application for ACS is due on May 1st!

Please fill out the application (link below) if you're interested.

 

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf956QavnrkFobxaxIxQj7K8-Wbk5csl79zBlLIj-rnd5prww/viewform


~your ACS officers

 

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Posted by: Shreya Swaminathan
Published: 4/25/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Y.E.N. Youth Empowering Nations Club, Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hey are you interested in becoming the new rally emcees for the 2018-2019 school year? Use this link to answer the following questions to apply now!

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Posted by: Neal Miguel Tiu
Published: 4/25/18




Audience: CSF, UNICEF, Homepage, Build a School, Young Entrepreneurs Club, Future Physicians of America (FPA), Red Cross Club and Homepage

Can’t go to LDC but still want to be involved with Red Cross this Summer? Or do you want to be even more involved? This exciting opportunity is for you!

 

The Oakland office (3901 Broadway Avenue) is currently looking for summer interns. This Summer Youth Program will have two 4-week sessions with the option to do either one or both sessions. Interns will work for about 10-15 hours a week. The timing is flexible and will be dependent on the interns' schedules.

Interested youth will need to submit a resume and attach a cover letter detailing why they want to intern with the Red Cross and what their goals are for the program. This should be sent to Youth Services Coordinator Julia Hanowell (julia.hanowell@redcross.org) by APRIL 30. Feel free to reach out to Julia if you have any question!

 

This is a non-paid internship, but I can guarantee you the skills you will acquire are invaluable.


 

 

 

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Posted by: Rabail Abbas
Published: 4/25/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Physics Olympiad, Mu Alpha Theta -- MATH CLUB, Key Club, Computer Science Club and Homepage

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is hot. It will automate various jobs in the future. Do you know what AI can and can’t do? Come to our May 12th Hack-a-Tech event to learn through lecture and hands on practice from Mr. Duc Haba, an expert in this field! If you are interested, please register at: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1adfASxEUuGhjoxpAOPTKM7DgHs7JvIoEPiYZmX4NDq8/edit

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Posted by: Anson Hu
Published: 4/24/18




Audience: CSF, UNICEF, Homepage, Build a School, Young Entrepreneurs Club, Future Physicians of America (FPA), Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hey DVHS Red Cross Seniors!

 

Dougherty Valley Red Cross club will be offering scholarships to two seniors this year who have showed a great amount of dedication and have worked extensively with the Red Cross. Scholarships are open to all Seniors who have been a member of the Red Cross for at least 3 semesters by the end of the 2017-2018 school year.

 

In order to apply, you must fill out the following Google Form below, you must give a reference to at least one of your teachers from Dougherty Valley School (who is not writing your letter of recommendation, and may have an optional letter of recommendation sent to rabailabbas@gmail.com. All information about the scholarship is in the Google Form application.

 

The Google Form application is due on May 1st by 11:59 PM and any Letter of Recommendations are due by May 5th by 11:59 PM. Two seniors will each be rewarded around $225.00 worth of scholarship money. Please contact Rabail Abbas if you have any questions, comments, or concerns. Good Luck!

 

APPLICATION: https://goo.gl/forms/YEJ4QMhss8gxZ2zg1

 

Best, 

Rabail Abbas

President 

Dougherty Valley Red Cross

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Posted by: Rabail Abbas
Published: 4/24/18




Audience: CSF, UNICEF, Homepage, Build a School, Young Entrepreneurs Club, Future Physicians of America (FPA), Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hey DVHS UNICEF!

 

UNICEF is hosting a Toy Drive from April 26th to May 20th in the DVHS library. Two unused or slightly used toys will amount to 1 UNICEF activity point. You can only get 1 UNICEF activity point from this drive, but extra donations are greatly appreciated! Please email a selfie of you and your donations to dvhsunicef@gmail.com (subject of the email: Toy Drive - Your Name and Grade) and put your toys in a closed bag with your name, grade and “DVHS UNICEF” labeled on the front. If your toys seem to be excessively used, you will NOT get the point. The bin with donations is green with “DVHS UNICEF Toy Drive” written on the front and is located in the very front of the library (you will see it as you walk in). Please contact me, Rabail Abbas, if you have any questions, comments, or concerns.

 

Thanks,

Rabail Abbas

Activities Coordinator 

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Posted by: Rabail Abbas
Published: 4/24/18




Audience: Homepage, Young Entrepreneurs Club and Homepage

Come see Mr. Snavely for more information

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Posted by: James Snavely
Published: 4/24/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, e-Soccer, BDTW Group A, Global Glimpse 2016-2017 and Homepage

Announcement: For Greek Week we have changed the requirements for the number of team members to 8-12 members! Spread the word!

All paper work and the sign up genius are due by this FRIDAY!!

 

signup genius link: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0d45afa722abf58-greek

 

Schedule For Greek Week

Monday: 

Game: Battle Ball (main gym) 500 points

  • 5 participants

Tuesday: 

Game: Sharks and Minnows (stadium) 500 points

  • 8 participants

Wednesday: 

Game: Super Smash Smash Bros Tournament (main gym) 200 points

  • 2 participants

Access: Trivia Battle (main gym) 300 points (8 participants)

 

Thursday: 

SENIOR BBQ (Stadium)

Game: Relay Race (8 participants) 500 points, Spicy Ramen Challenge (3 participants) 300 points

 

Friday: 

Game: Tug of War (stadium)

- 8 participants

 

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Posted by: Charley Okmin
Published: 4/24/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Hello everyone!

 

Our school's GSA will be selling buttons for students and staff to wear during Day of Silence! We will be selling them in the quad during lunch on Wednesday (4/25), and they cost $2 each.

 

Depending on demand, we may run out quickly, so get your buttons as soon as possible during lunch! We will most likely sell more on Friday and next week, so keep an eye out for the announcements on school loop.

 

The designs are not limited to being about the Day of Silence only, some of them are universal and can be worn whenever. Here are the designs:

 


 

 

If you have the time, please fill out this small survey of how many buttons you plan on buying so we know an estimated amount of buttons we need to make.

 

tinyurl.com/DoSbuttonpoll

 

Spread the word and feel free to stop by!

 

 

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Posted by: Victoria To
Published: 4/23/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Seniors and Juniors! Powderuff is coming up!

 

Below is all the info that you will need to register to play, cheer, and coach.

 

Here is the form for the girl players (seniors and juniors) to sign up for jersey name and numbers. 

 

Here is the form for boy coaches and cheerleaders to sign up. 

 

This year, instead of using physical packets to be cleared for Powderpuff, we will be using an online form called Athletic Clearance, which is the same platform used by DV Athletes.

 

In order to be cleared correctly, you must both print out the confirmation form at the end of registration and pay on the webstore. Online registration and confirmation forms must be turned into the leadership class (4102) by April 27th at 3:00pm. No late forms will be accepted.

 

Players will not be cleared to play until both the confirmation form and payment are completed. 

 

Please fill out ALL of the forms that apply to you.

 

If you have any questions feel free to drop by the leadership class to ask, and we are looking forward to Powderpuff 2018!!

 

Powderpuff Committee

DVHS Leadership

 

 

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Posted by: Noah Banoub
Published: 4/23/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Band Council 2017-18, 2017-2018 Interact Members and Homepage

Hi DV!

 

We have been working really hard to create Dougherty's first-ever winter percussion ensemble for the next school year! 

 

Winter percussion is a competitive indoor drumline that combines elements of marching and music to create a "show."

Links to James Logan HS and Foothill HS are here as an example:

https://youtu.be/hKuwXSI0fM8

https://youtu.be/8LPYq2FZgkk

 

The season will run from fall/winter of the next school year to the beginning of April 2019, and there is no previous experience required to join!

 

We will be holding an interest meeting during access on Thursday 5/3 in the band room. You do not have to make any commitments yet, so just show up for more details! 

 

Please fill out this Google form to be added to the access excusal list: https://goo.gl/forms/bt0uR4Xe4MMxv60t2

 

Feel free to contact Ginger Lau, Bryan Kim, or Kyle Takeuchi if you have any questions!

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Posted by: Ginger Lau
Published: 4/23/18




Audience: CSF, UNICEF, Homepage, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, 2017-2018 Interact board, 2017-2018 Interact Members, BollyBeatz 16-17, Key Club, Science Alliance and Homepage

Quail Run Learning Fund Star Wars Family Game/Auction Night
Friday, May 4, 2018   

The funds raised directly goes towards updating the much needed technology in classrooms. They are in need of awesome high school volunteers to run the stations and chaperone the elementary students. Student volunteers are welcome to wear Star Wars themed costumes!

 

Here is the link to sign up:
 http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0c4eafa929ab9-quail1

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Posted by: Alagu Subramanian
Published: 4/22/18




Audience: CSF, Harry Potter Alliance, DV Harmonics, STEMinist, National Honor Society (NHS), UNICEF, Homepage, Colors for Charity, WiSTEM, Future Physicians of America (FPA), Project SmARTS, Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hello Wildcats! 

 

Here is the link to apply to be a Future Physicians of America (FPA) officer for the 2018-2019 school year. 

 

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdgvY14_yPy6SlAORZpVSSxho1k-X4uO0jbZJ5i6rEjG2Ly-w/viewform?usp=pp_url&entry.998919152&entry.1183920704&entry.894176000&entry.1149961765

 

Applications will be due on April 25th. Please loopmail Serena Chow with any questions.

 

Thanks 

FPA Officers 

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Posted by: Saishruti Adusumilli
Published: 4/21/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Seniors!

 

Attached below is Greek Week info and the powerpoint from the interest meeting this past Thursday (4/19).  

 

To sign up for Greek week teams click this link!

 

www.SignUpGenius.com/go/20F0D45AFA722ABF58-greek

 

Good luck! 

 

Greek Week Committee  

 

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Posted by: Jayson Ho
Published: 4/20/18




Audience: Meetings / Minutes / Newsletters, Cheryl Mattingly, PTSA, DVHS Music Fund Meeting, Technology, DVHS Staff Resources, Spirit Squad, College and Career Center, Education Fund, Athletic Boosters, Student Support Resources, Spring Sports, Wildcat Sports, Staff Resources, Departments, Academics, Music Boosters Fund, Homepage, Counseling, DVHS Student Clubs, Administration Office, About, Students, Academic Planning, Testing, Fall Sports, Parents, Winter Sports, Homepage, Athletics, Programs, High School Summer Learning Opportunities, Fundraisers and Staff

Seniors may apply for the 2 student speaker spots at our June 1 graduation ceremony.  See the DVHS website for details and a link to the application packet.

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Posted by: Cheryl Mattingly
Published: 4/20/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Hello everyone!

 

This year on Friday, April 27th, is Day of Silence, a national student-led event where people take a vow of silence to emphasize the silence and erasure of LGBTQ+ students, and show our support for them.

 

To learn more about the Day of Silence, check out this link:

 

https://www.glsen.org/day-silence

 

Sign up for Day of Silence here!

 

Before school on 4/27, come to Gardiner's room 3213 for information cards (which will tell people why you're being silent), tape to put over your mouth (optional), and Day of Silence pins that cost $2 each.

 

Join us for lunch in the Commons, a section will be reserved for participants to eat lunch together in silence. There will be another station to reapply tape and get more materials.

 

After school, we will meet in front of the quad and yell together at a countdown to “break the silence.” Then there will be a debrief meeting in the Commons from 3:15-4:15. We'll talk about our experiences throughout the day and discuss solutions to combating LGBTQ+ erasure. There will be food and drinks provided.

 

See you all then!

 

Feel free to ask any questions by loopmailing Livia Wang, Riya Gupta, Margaret (Marie) Bast, Victoria To, or Jill Lee.


 

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Posted by: Victoria To
Published: 4/19/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Juniors and Seniors! Here are some forms for Prom!

 

Request songs:

https://goo.gl/forms/lGMHm9F4uT4QZIhH2

 

Nominate seniors for prom court:

https://goo.gl/forms/4UGFIC8IqJ3fRRvC2

 

If you would like to sing at prom:

https://goo.gl/forms/R6PjBwpVyFDYBJXr1

 

If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Bowen.

 

- Prom Committee

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Posted by: Mr. Bowen
Published: 4/18/18




Audience: Homepage, Webmasters and Homepage

I would like to invite you to join me at two Spring Forums for an end-of-the-year parent check-in and listening opportunity. During these forums I will briefly comment on 4 "big idea" topics and then spend approximately an hour plus of questions and comments. The topics I will be discussing include:

  1. Safety and customer service
  2. Budget and staffing
  3. Personalized Learning Ideas update
  4. Elementary feedback, suggested ideas

I look forward to seeing you there!

More information may be found at www.srvusd.net/springforums.

 

Rick Schmitt

Superintendent

 


 

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Posted by: Meaghan K, District Admin, San Ramon Valley Unified School District
Published: 4/17/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Girls Who Code 2017/2018, Key Club, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), Project SmARTS and Homepage

Present your views on teen issues (depression, anxiety, sleep deprivation, LGBT rights, drug/alcohol use, peer pressure, academic problems, bullying, etc.) and earn scholarship money!

 

Deadline: April 27, 2018

Choose an issue to highlight and submit a 60-second original video presenting your views on the issue in any format (skit, animation, talking, etc)

 

E-mail your video (not youtube link)  to willbetherefoundation@gmail.com.

 

The winner will receive $150 and will be notified by e-mail. Videos will be uploaded on YouTube/Will Be There Foundation Channel for education purposes and to create awareness.

For more information, visit www.willbethere.org. or contact Aditi Bagepalli/ Ms.Cranmer!!

 

For more info, click on the flyer below!!

 

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Posted by: Aditi Bagepalli
Published: 4/17/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Harry Potter Alliance, DVHS Library Student Volunteers 2018-2019 & CSF, DECA, DVHS Biology Club, Future Physicians of America (FPA), Wildcat Tribune Club, National Honor Society (NHS), Newspaper Club - Wildcat Tribune and Homepage

Hey Wildcats!

 

If you know a senior athlete that has committed to play a sport, please fill out the form below!

 

They will have a chance to receive special recognition!

 

Thanks everyone!

 

https://goo.gl/forms/VcaUxiYKagDwuJE63

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Posted by: Luisa Taverna
Published: 4/17/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Key Club and Homepage

Hey NBA fans,

 

Fill out the google form linked below to predict the two teams that will qualify for the 2018 NBA final. Your responses will be included in the poll presented on the Sports page of the April issue.

 

Ronit Kumar

Wildcat Tribune Sports Editor

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Posted by: Ronit Kumar
Published: 4/17/18




Audience: CSF, Physics Olympiad, Mu Alpha Theta -- MATH CLUB, DVHS Quiz Bowl, Writer's Circle: Seasons Magazine, National Honor Society (NHS), Chess Club, Homepage, ChemClub, DVHS Library Student Volunteers 2018-2019 & CSF, History Bowl, Team HBV, Computer Science Club, Dougherty Valley Terra Club and Homepage

Hi Wildcats!

 

Finals, AP tests, and exams are approaching! If you need help, sign up for CSF tutoring! It will run up to 5/25. Tutoring will take place during Access in classrooms and afterschool in the library from 3:15 to 4:15 Mondays through Thursdays.

 

To sign up, please fill out the following Google form by 11:59 PM on 4/23, next Monday.

 

https://goo.gl/AGbyGN

 

Offered subjects are listed on the above google form. Note that regular, APs, and honors courses are available.

 

If you have any questions, feel free to loopmail me.

 

Sincerely,
Jeffrey Khau

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Posted by: Jeffrey Khau
Published: 4/17/18




Audience: CSF, Hack Club, Homepage, Physics Olympiad, Model United Nations, You Tutor, Mu Alpha Theta -- MATH CLUB, DVHS Table Tennis, Key Club, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) and Homepage

Greetings!

Hope you’re doing well. We are looking for student-teachers who are willing to teach at nearby elementary and middle schools after school. This year, our team taught at Coyote Creek Elementary School and managed to get over 70 students with only 3 teachers. For next year, we are looking for some interested students who would like to join our program as we are expecting to teach at 4-5 other schools with about 500 students total.

 

Opportunities:

Our program provides an enjoyable, easy and beneficial way to complete your CSF/volunteering hours and is directed mainly towards high school students with experience in computer science, although we won’t deny anyone who is willing to learn!

 

We also have open leadership positions (will close soon! Apply as soon as possible) for those who enjoy managing finances, communicating with people, managing appointments, and more. We hope that you don’t miss out on this opportunity and for more info please check out our website @ techsanramon.herokuapp.com (Yes, the domain is soon to be changed).

 

If you are interested click on the following link to apply!

https://goo.gl/forms/ovYSUzq6yPUHmknl2

 

Thanks,

 

TSR

Shlok Mehrotra, Prem Dhoot, Shubham Kumar

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Posted by: Shlok Mehrotra
Published: 4/15/18




Audience: CSF, UNICEF, Homepage, Girls Who Code 2017/2018, 2017-2018 Interact Members, Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hi everyone,

There will be a meeting tomorrow (April 16th) in Mr.Clemente's room (1106) to debrief relay, discuss officer applications, etc.

 

Additionally, if you have any pictures from Relay For Life, please add them to the google drive folder using the link below:

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1_ATxz-0I-8-zh0ypppNvsrvKcYg17W9n?usp=sharing

 

Thank you!

 

~Your ACS officers

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Posted by: Shreya Swaminathan
Published: 4/15/18




Audience: Homepage, Counseling, Grade 12, College and Career Center, Students, Parents and Homepage

Seniors,

As graduation nears, we ask that you complete two surveys: SRVUSD Senior Graduation Survey (this mandatory survey is part of the senior check out process) and the DVHS Senior Scholarship Survey (this information will be used to recognize your accomplishments at the Senior Awards Ceremony). Please log into your Naviance account to complete both surveys under the "About Me" tab: http://connection.naviance.com/dougherty

Due Dates:
- Senior Scholarship Survey is due by 5/4.
- Senior Graduation Survey is due by finals week.

 

Let us know if you do not remember your Naviance username & password.

Sincerely,
DVHS Counselors

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Posted by: Kristin Cranmer
Published: 4/13/18




Audience: Homepage, 2017-2018 Interact board, 2017-2018 Interact Members and Homepage


CULTUREFEST IS HERE!!

 

Free admission to watch performances! Bring some cash to play games & activities at a great line-up of booths, to participate in the chance to win prize baskets (with values up to $1000+!!!), and to grab dinner (with BOBA)!!

 

All proceeds will be donated to the Wildlife Conservation Society.

 

Please contact Audrey Chong and Bonnie Chan with any questions or concerns.

 

SEE YOU THERE WILDCATS!! 

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Posted by: Audrey Chong
Published: 4/12/18




Audience: Access Site, Art 5 Adv Site, Art 1 Site, AP Studio Art: Drawing & Design Site, Teachers, Students, Parents, Archived Pages for Mrs. Wengel, Grade 08, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12, All Grades, Homepage, Art 2 Site, Staff, Principals, Assistant Principals, Sys Admins, Associates, Afterschool Professionals, Homepage, Tutor Site, Kelsey Wengel and Teacher Aide Site


-Invitation artwork by senior artist, Jonathan Chen 


DVHS Artists, families and friends are invited to join us for our Annual "Evening of the Arts" show! Please join us on 5/24 between the hours of 5:30-8:30 pm as we celebrate our Fine Arts program! Featuring the works from 3D Art 1 & 2, 2D Art 1 & 2, Advanced Art, AP Studio Art, Computer Graphic Arts, Digital Photography and Culinary Arts.

 

Artwork from all students will be on display in our student-curated, 4000 bldg gallery! 

 

Light appetizers will be provided by our Culinary Arts program and art gear will be on sale, as you enjoy a "Feast for the Eyes" of student artwork! 

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Posted by: Kelsey Wengel
Published: 4/12/18




Audience: Homepage, Webmasters and Homepage

The San Ramon Valley Unified School District is seeking members for its Parcel Tax Oversight Committee.

 

The committee provides oversight for the Board of Education to ensure that the funds are spent as intended by the voters of the parcel tax.  The committee meets at least twice per year and reports on an annual basis to the Board and community on how these funds have been spent.  All meetings are open to the public.

 

Four positions will be appointed by the school board. Parcel Tax committee members serve two-year terms.  They will not be compensated and will serve no more than two consecutive terms.  Members shall reside within the boundaries of the SRVUSD and shall be registered voters.

 

Applications are due no later than 4pm on May 16, 2018. Recommendations/appointments will be made at the June 12, 2018 Board Meeting.

 

For additional information and to download the application visit:  http://srvusd.ca.schoolloop.com/PTOC_members, or contact Sandra Corsetti in the Business Office, at scorsetti@srvusd.net, or (925) 552-2905.

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Posted by: Meaghan K, District Admin, San Ramon Valley Unified School District
Published: 4/11/18




Audience: CSF, UNICEF, Homepage, Harry Potter Alliance, Colors for Charity, WiSTEM, Future Physicians of America (FPA), DV Harmonics, Project SmARTS, STEMinist, Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hello Wildcats! 

 

Here is the link to apply to be a Future Physicians of America (FPA) officer for the 2018-2019 school year. 

 

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdgvY14_yPy6SlAORZpVSSxho1k-X4uO0jbZJ5i6rEjG2Ly-w/viewform?usp=pp_url&entry.998919152&entry.1183920704&entry.894176000&entry.1149961765

 

Applications will be due on April 25th. Please loopmail Serena Chow with any questions.

 

Thanks 

FPA Officers 

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Posted by: Saishruti Adusumilli
Published: 4/11/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

The deadline for the wildcat weekly video has been moved from April 12th to 19th, Thursday next week. You can still submit early if you want to.

 

The rules of the competition are any one student can win 2 free Avengers Infinity War tickets for Thursday April 26th, opening night at 7 pm with reserved seats right in the middle of the theater! All you have to do is make a video about anything that is under 7 minutes long, school appropriate & non-explicit, and it has to be made by the student submitting the video. Any further questions about the video can be directed at me, Gavin Richard, through loopmail and any more details about the competition can be found in the 2nd wildcat weekly on youtube @ DVHS Wildcats. 

 

Good Luck!

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Posted by: Gavin Richard
Published: 4/9/18




Audience: Homepage, Grade 11, Grade 12 and Homepage

Hello!

 

We are the AP Comparative Government family. This year, our students have been studying 6 countries in an interdisciplinary setting in both their Comparative Government and English classes. The culmination of our curriculum is the independent research projects that each of our students take on! 

 

This Thursday, April 12th, we will be showcasing argumentative presentations covering their research from 5:15 to 8:00 pm in the portables. Students will be speaking on diverse topics ranging from radicalization through religion in Iran, the prison system in Norway, to the complex dynamics of hundreds of ethnic groups in Nigeria. 

 

If you are interested in these global topics or are thinking about taking Comp Gov in the future, you should come to our Symposium! There will be lots of food and great conversations as well. Hope to see you there!

 

Thanks,

Mrs. MacDougall, Mr. Parks, Mr. Bellows (and our seniors!)

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Posted by: Kate Mac Dougall
Published: 4/9/18




Audience: CSF, Harry Potter Alliance, Neuroscience Club, Model United Nations, Drama, Writer's Circle: Seasons Magazine, UNICEF, Homepage, WiSTEM, History Bowl, Key Club, Kids Against Hunger, Red Cross Club and Homepage

Attend the Leadership Development Center (LDC), hosted every summer by the American Red Cross!

 

The Leadership Development Center (LDC) is a four-day overnight conference designed by youth for youth that provides learning experiences focused on leadership development, community involvement, and disaster preparedness. Delegates will become trained community disaster educators and learn how to start and effectively run a Red Cross Club. Additionally, delegates will gain invaluable experience in activities such as team-building, public speaking, diversity training, CPR/First Aid, disaster and emergency preparedness, and international humanitarian law. No previous Red Cross experience is required to apply.

 

This is a great way to learn life-saving skills, meet new people, and be more involved with the Red Cross, all while having fun! You will also gain a strong foundation for developing your leadership skills. 

 

This is open to anyone interested (no experience necessary) from grades 9-12. This year, it will be held from June 18-21 in Loma Mar, CA. The link to apply is here: https://tinyurl.com/LDC2018Application and the deadline has been extended to April 15th at 11:59 pm! Need-based scholarships are available if you are unable to pay the full amount.

 

If you have any questions, do not hesitate to LoopMail Ashwini Murali. 

 

 

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Posted by: Ashwini Murali
Published: 4/4/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, PVSA, Band Council 2017-18, DVHS Special Olympics Club, Key Club, Investment Club and Homepage

The Open Heart Kitchen Club has been approved and will have its first meeting in the near future.

 

OHK is an organization that allows people to volunteer at soup kitchens to help their community.

 

Please fill out the form if you are interested in the club for the 2018/2019 school year (you do not have to join if you sign the form, we just want a rough headcount). More information is on the form below.

 

Form: https://goo.gl/forms/wPLqsS9LrN2HdaG33

 

Here is the link to OHK's website for additional information regarding the organization: http://www.openheartkitchen.org/

 

If you have any questions, feel free to loopmail Shasta Subramanian, Abhimanyu Dhanwantri, or Ajay Agarwal.

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Posted by: Shasta Subramanian
Published: 4/3/18




Audience: Homepage, 2017-2018 Interact board, 2017-2018 Interact Members and Homepage

GET EXCITED WILDCATS!!

 


 

WHAT: DVHS CULTUREFEST


WHEN: Friday, April 13th, 4:00 pm to 7:30 pm


WHERE: Dougherty Valley High School (10550 Albion Rd, San Ramon, CA 94582) Commons


WHY: Linking cultural diversity with our universal responsibility to protect the earth! FUNdraising for Interact District 5160's service project, Wildlife Conservation Society! Performances, booths with activities and games, food trucks, opportunities to win prizes!!

 

Bring your friends and family to the festivities!!

 

Please contact Audrey Chong and Bonnie Chan with any questions or concerns.

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Posted by: Audrey Chong
Published: 4/2/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, DECA, Speech And Debate, History Bowl, DVHS Quiz Bowl, Red Cross Club and Homepage

Please take this short and anonymous survey to give your opinions on social media surveillance. The survey should only take 5-10 minutes and asks about your thoughts on various pieces of information being surveilled for different reasons like market research and public health.

 

goo.gl/hJohCX

 

*If you are under 18, please fill out the following digital consent form OR turn in the attached physical copy to the Library or to Room 9105.

 

goo.gl/Mq7Qds

 

Thanks!

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Posted by: Rithvik Ramesh
Published: 3/28/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Dougherty Valley High School Junior/Senior Ball

 

When: Saturday, May 5, 2018

Where: San Francisco City Hall, 1 Dr Carlton B Goodlett Place, SF 94102

Time: 7:00 PM-11:00 PM

Dress Code: Formal

 

Cost:

4/9-4/15:

$99 with ASB

$110 without ASB

$110 non-DVHS Guest

 

4/16-4/22:

$105 with ASB

$115 without ASB

$115 non-DVHS Guest

 

4/23-5/2:

$110 with ASB

$120 without ASB

$120 non-DVHS Guest

 

Details:

- ALL students must turn in a completed and signed ball agreement

-Students may bring only one non-DVHS guest and they must not be over 19 years old

-All student rules and code of conduct will be enforced

-Students are responsible for getting to and from Prom via their own transportation (Non DVHS guests that have graduated from high school must show valid Drivers/Cal ID card)

-No formal pictures will be taken at Prom this year!

 

**If you have any specific questions, contact Mr. Bowen via schoolloop!

 

TURN IN YOUR BALL AGREEMENT TO THE BOOKKEEPER TO RECEIVE A PHYSICAL COPY OF YOUR TICKET AND A PROM WIL STICKER!

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Posted by: Mr. Bowen
Published: 3/27/18




Audience: Homepage, Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Homepage

Hello All,

 

Come join the Fellowship of Christian athletes club Tuesday, March 27th to welcome Raiders Kicker, and local product Giorgio Tavecchio share his testimony. There will be free pizza and everyone is welcome to come. Please tell your friends and spread the word!

 

Where: Main gym

When: At lunch 12:59 on March 27th

 

Thanks,

Evan Siu

FCA President

 

If you have any questions please feel free to loopmail me.

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Posted by: Evan Siu
Published: 3/25/18




Audience: CSF, UNICEF, Homepage, Girls Who Code 2017/2018, National History Day, Model United Nations, Young Entrepreneurs Club, Key Club, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) and Homepage

Do you have an entrepreneurship you want to pitch? An idea to present? If so, sign up in the Young Entrepreneurs Club’s Pitching Competition! You can either compete to win a prize or pitch your business start up shark tank style!

 

For more information and further competition details Come to the mandatory meeting this Wednesday in room 1113 during lunch. Attendance will be taken.

 

For further questions feel free to email us at rohantrips@gmail.com and gimausa7@gmail.com 

 

Hope to see you there!! 

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Posted by: Garima Sharma
Published: 3/25/18




Audience: CSF, Model United Nations, UNICEF, ARK - Acts of Random Kindness, MedShare, Team HBV, Club HEART, Save the Bay Club, Red Cross Club, Homepage, Digital Photography Club, DVHS HOSA Chapter, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), National Honor Society (NHS), Homepage, VIP Campaign, Habitat for Humanity Club, WiSTEM, DECA, Leo Club, Healthy Lifestyle for Youth, Key Club, Anti-Bullying - Not in Our School, Future Physicians of America (FPA) and Project SmARTS

Hello! 

 

The Dougherty Valley Clubs Team is having office hours this Tuesday (3/27) during lunch in Room 4102. If you have any questions or concerns regarding Club Applications or Renewals, please feel free to address it to us then. 

 

Any additional questions should be directed to our email at clubsdvhs@gmail.com. Please do not, we repeat, do not individually contact any team members or Mr. Bowen. 

 

Thank you and have a wonderful rest of your day. 

 

Best,

DVHS Clubs Team 17-18 

 

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Posted by: Andrew Chuang
Published: 3/24/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Want to go on a field trip to VSCO headquarters in Oakland on April 10? Fill out the info on this form and 5 qualified "applicants" will be randomly selected. Good luck!

 

Info and signups can be found at the link below.

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Posted by: Mr. Bowen
Published: 3/22/18




Audience: Homepage, Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Homepage

Hello ALL,

 

Come join the Fellowship of Christian athletes club Tuesday, March 27th to welcome Raiders Kicker, and local product Giorgio Tavecchio share his testimony. There will be free pizza and everyone is welcome to come. Please tell your friends and spread the word!

 

Where: Main gym

When: At lunch 12:59 on March 27th

 

Thanks,

Evan Siu

FCA President

 

If you have any questions please feel free to loopmail me.

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Posted by: Evan Siu
Published: 3/22/18




Audience: CSF, PAI, Physics Olympiad, Mu Alpha Theta -- MATH CLUB, Hack Club, Homepage, PVSA, Girls Who Code 2017/2018, WiSTEM, Key Club, Team HBV, Computer Science Club, eSTEAMed, Red Cross Club and Homepage

Liberty in North Korea is holding the Krispy Kreme fundraiser! It is a great opportunity to support North Korean refugees and get warm, delicious donuts at the same time. 

 

Click the link below to access the order form. Fill out your order and bring it to Mrs. Thomas at the Bookkeeper's office by March 23 (THIS FRIDAY) along with your money. The pick up date will be Thursday, March 29, after school at Mr. Nho's room (3114). 

 

Thank you so much, and enjoy the donuts!

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Posted by: Irene Yang
Published: 3/21/18




Audience: CSF, UNICEF, Homepage, 2017-2018 Interact Members, Key Club, Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hi everyone!

Support ACS by heading to the Dublin pieology tomorrow!! If you show them this flyer, then ACS will receive 20% of the proceeds. These funds go directly to the costs of Relay For Life!

Contact Shreya Swaminathan, Anagha Panchagnula, Emily Chien, Ankita Inamdar, Amy Cha, or Alan Lunardhi with any questions!

 

We hope to see you at Pieology tomorrow!

 

~Your ACS Officers :)

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Posted by: Shreya Swaminathan
Published: 3/18/18




Audience: Homepage, Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Homepage

Hello ALL,

 

Come join the Fellowship of Christian athletes club Tuesday, March 27th to welcome Raiders Kicker and local product Georgio Tavecchio share his testimony. There will be free pizza and everyone is welcome to come. Please tell your friends and spread the word!

 

Where: Main gym

When: At lunch 12:59 on March 27th

 

Thanks,

Evan Siu

FCA President

 

If you have any questions please feel free to loopmail me.

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Posted by: Evan Siu
Published: 3/18/18




Audience: Access Site, Art 5 Adv Site, Art 1 Site, Art 2 Site, AP Studio Art: Drawing & Design Site, Homepage, Archived Pages for Mrs. Wengel, Tutor Site, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Kelsey Wengel, Grade 12, Teacher Aide Site and Homepage

Student Recognition Artwork and Projects are ready to pickup! 

 

  • Binders, science projects, posters, as well as framed (glass) artworks are ready for pickup in the front attendance office. 
  • Digital Arts, Photography are ready for pickup from Mr. Silverman and Mrs. Iler's rooms 
  • Canvas and drawings are ready for pickup in Mrs. Wengel's room 4103 

 

*Please pickup ASAP to avoid damage to your project*

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Posted by: Kelsey Wengel
Published: 3/16/18




Audience: Homepage, Webmasters and Homepage

State law gives families the option to transfer to a different school when there is space available. When schools have space, families can choose to transfer to another school within a district (intradistrict transfers) or to transfer to a school in another district (interdistrict transfers).

 

SRVUSD has moved up its intradistrict open enrollment window for elementary families. The open enrollment window for elementary schools is now open and closes on April 6, 2018. Families can find the link to the online intradistrict transfer request form and information about SRVUSD’s open enrollment/intradistrict transfer process at www.srvusd.net/transfers.

 

SRVUSD students will continue to have placement priority in our schools. However, after we place our resident students at their school of choice, because we now have space available, California law requires that we allow students from outside the district to apply to attend our schools (interdistrict transfers). Interdistrict transfers will only be accepted if there is space available. Students from outside the district must maintain acceptable academic performance, attendance and behavior. SRVUSD anticipates openings for interdistrict transfers students at nearly all SRVUSD schools.

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Posted by: Meaghan K, District Admin, San Ramon Valley Unified School District
Published: 3/15/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, DECA, Speech And Debate, History Bowl, DVHS Quiz Bowl, Red Cross Club and Homepage

Please take this short and anonymous survey to give your opinions on social media surveillance for an AP Research study. The survey should only take 5-10 minutes and asks about your thoughts on various pieces of information being surveilled for different reasons like market research and public health.

 

goo.gl/hJohCX

 

*If you are under 18, please fill out the following digital consent form OR turn in the attached physical copy to the Library or to Room 9105.

 

goo.gl/Mq7Qds

 

Thanks!

 

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Posted by: Rithvik Ramesh
Published: 3/14/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, 2017-2018 Interact board, 2017-2018 Interact Members and Homepage

Interact will be hosting a special ed lunch this Friday (3/16)! These lunches are a great opportunity to meet more people as well as to earn some points. 

 

Where: Room 4209

When: 3/16/18 (Friday) during lunch

Points: 0.5

 

Sign up here: https://goo.gl/forms/3YOTQKIP9Ukzbmac2

 

Contact Ginger Lau through Schoolloop or Facebook for any questions.

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Posted by: Ginger Lau
Published: 3/13/18




Audience: Homepage, 2017-2018 Interact board, 2017-2018 Interact Members and Homepage

DEADLINE FOR SIGN-UPS HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO FRIDAY, MARCH 16TH!!

 

Hello all!! Thank you for your interest in participating at this year's Culturefest, run by DVHS Interact, Interact District 5160 Area 11, DVHS Cultural Committee, and DVHS PTSA. This event will be held on Friday, April 13th from 4:00 to 7:30 pm. at the DVHS Commons. The purpose of this year's Culturefest is to:

 

1. Promote an exchange of cultures among the SRVUSD student community and
2. Raise awareness of Interact District 5160's district project, in which we will be donating proceeds to the Wildlife Conservation Society.

 

We are looking for cultural clubs, international organizations, and students passionate about establishing cultural connections to run booths and give performances at this year's Culturefest! Please fill out the Google form [HERE] to submit an application.

 

Clubs and organizations may apply to both host a booth and give a performance. However, should there be an overwhelming amount of applications, we will accommodate for other clubs/organizations.

 

THIS FORM WILL CLOSE ON FRIDAY, MARCH 16TH, 11:59 PM. PERFORMANCE VIDEOS ARE ALSO DUE BY FRIDAY, MARCH 16TH!! 
All applicants will be contacted within the following week.

 

Please contact Interact 5160 Area 11 District Delegates Audrey Chong (audreychong107@gmail.com) and Bonnie Chan (19bchan@gmail.com) with any further questions or concerns. Thank you so much, we are excited to review your applications! <3

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Posted by: Audrey Chong
Published: 3/12/18




Audience: Access Site, Art 5 Adv Site, Art 1 Site, AP Studio Art: Drawing & Design Site, Teachers, Students, Parents, Archived Pages for Mrs. Wengel, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12, Homepage, Art 2 Site, Staff, Principals, Assistant Principals, Sys Admins, Associates, Afterschool Professionals, Homepage, Tutor Site, Kelsey Wengel and Teacher Aide Site


 

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Posted by: Kelsey Wengel
Published: 3/12/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Physics Olympiad, Mu Alpha Theta -- MATH CLUB, Key Club, Computer Science Club and Homepage

Join Mayor Bill Clarkson and other innovators at the inaugural San Ramon Hackathon on April 7th! Jointly organized by the City, Green Apple Education Foundation, and BRIIA, this hackathon will focus on improving Emergency Preparedness with innovative ideas and apps.

 

In the past year, there have been numerous natural disasters in California, including fires, earthquakes, and mudslides, and we need to be better prepared for such emergencies. Bring your creative mind and collaborate with teammates to work on this challenge -- and win cool prizes while having fun! This event is open to all Bay Area residents, including adults and high school students.

 

More info and registration at http://sanramonhackathon.org.

 

Contact Anson Hu on loopmail if you have further questions.

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Posted by: Anson Hu
Published: 3/11/18




Audience: CSF, DVHS HOSA Chapter, 2017-2018 Interact Members, Make a Wish, buildOn, Science Alliance, UNICEF, Homepage, PVSA, ConnectED, Cloud Gazing Society, Habitat for Humanity Club, DECA, Key Club, Team HBV, Future Physicians of America (FPA), eSTEAMed, Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hi everyone!

 

Do you want to find out if your ethnicity has an effect on your learning style? If you do, then take this survey!

 

As a part of the AP Research class, I am researching whether there is a correlation between ethnicity and learning styles. To help me find the answer, please fill out this survey! This survey is anonymous and voluntary.

 

If you are under 18, please have a parent look at the parent consent form attached below.  

 

Survey: https://goo.gl/forms/V6AjmcpUYQ38UXF53

 

If you have any questions, please contact me at: dh.ashah3@students.srvusd.net

 

Thank you,

Ami Shah

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Posted by: Ami Shah
Published: 3/11/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Cloud Gazing Society, Speech And Debate, You Tutor, Book Club, DVHS Quiz Bowl, Writer's Circle: Seasons Magazine, Comic Book Club and Homepage

Our next Quiz Bowl meeting will be tomorrow, Monday, 3/12, after school in Mrs. Barahona's room (3204). We'll start around 3:10 and plan to end around 4:30, but as always, you can leave earlier if you need to.

 

We'll play as many rounds as we can and continue to practice for upcoming tournaments (even if you can't attend them).

 

Feel free to send me (Akil Iyer) a LoopMail with any questions.

 

Hope to see you there!
- Quiz Bowl Officers

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Posted by: Akil Iyer
Published: 3/11/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Physics Olympiad, DECA, Speech And Debate, Future Physicians of America (FPA), DVHS Robotics Team, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), Investment Club, Junior Civitan, Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hi all,

You are being asked to participate in a study by completing a survey. Data collected will be used towards a study as a part of my Advanced Placement Research Class.


Please fill out the attached survey regarding the attitudes and experiences you have had during the college admission process. Please answer to the best of your ability and note that ONLY SENIORS should complete the questionnaire.

Thank you for your interest and participation!

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1V90OaHmZ5_kE43IvSyyz6j7CQHdwOxJaS88mEgLzrpA/edit#responses

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Posted by: Pranav Iyer
Published: 3/8/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Hi all,

 

You are being asked to participate in a study being conducted by Vinay Prasad from Dougherty Valley High School. Data collected will be used towards a study as a part of my Advanced Placement Research Class. 

 

Please fill out the attached survey regarding the extent of communication that occurs using the social media application, Snapchat. Please answer truthfully and to the best of your ability.

 

Thank you for your interest and participation!

 

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1ZaGfTQN_KZatWMrBJVrvLuzWXFNlV8E2GO5L95HyCcE/edit

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Posted by: Vinay Prasad
Published: 3/7/18




Audience: Homepage, Grade 10, Grade 11 and Homepage

If you received a pink pass this week to attend our Academic Leadership tutor interest meeting, please come to the theater during Access on Thursday March 8.  This year's tutors will present information about the class and talk with you about any questions you have.

 

Can't attend the meeting, but still interested? Stop by room 1205 to talk with Ms. Decker or one of this year's tutors about the class.

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Posted by: Rachel Decker
Published: 3/7/18




Audience: CSF, Model United Nations, DVHS Special Olympics Club, 2017-2018 Interact Members, DVHS Quiz Bowl, Team Fox, STEMinist, Science Alliance, CARE Club, UNICEF, Girls Who Code 2017/2018, Team HBV, Red Cross Club, Homepage, Writer's Circle: Seasons Magazine, Limbs With Love, Make a Wish, buildOn, Homepage, Codecademy, ConnectED, 2017-2018 Interact board, Greenpeace: San Ramon, Pink Ribbon Club, Leo Club, Key Club, Future Physicians of America (FPA) and eSTEAMed

Hi Relayers!


Check this list of frequently asked questions to clarify any doubts that you may have!

 

FAQs:

Q: Is March 10th the last day to fundraise?

A: No! March 10th is the last day to be a guaranteed a t-shirt at Relay For Life if you raise $100, but you can still fundraise the $100 needed for staying overnight past this deadline.

 

Q: What if I can only come to the event after 10 PM on March 24th (after the gates are closed)?

A: Please notify Amy Cha: amycha0906@gmail.com by Friday, March 23rd

 

Q: If everyone on my team is 18, do we still need a chaperone?

A: YES! One chaperone, who is at least 25 years old, is required for every 10 students.

 

Q: When is the last day to start the process to clear my chaperone?

A: It takes 2-3 weeks to clear chaperones and Relay For Life is 17 days away (March 24th), so this process should be started ASAP.

 

Q: How do I clear my chaperone?

A:  The SRVUSD requires background clearances on all Overnight Field Trip volunteer applicants. This is the most stringent level of clearance, and all volunteers who wish to chaperone for an overnight stay will be required to go through this process.

It includes criminal background clearance through the FBI and Department of Justice. SRVUSD-approved Live Scan Locations are listed on the 'beamentor' link below. Please log in to download information and forms including a list of Live Scan locations. 

 

An example of one location that was previously used was the UPS store in San Ramon at Alcosta and Bollinger Canyon intersection: 231 Market Pl, San Ramon, CA 94583

https://www.beamentor.org/linkpages/mentorasp/specialprojects/srvusd/

 

PLEASE NOTE that clearance for this level could take approximately 2-3 weeks, so act ASAP 

 

Once you have your chaperone cleared, please fill out this google form.

 

Some additional requests:

- Vehicles are not allowed on campus or on the fire lane. This is a fire hazard.

- All Chaperones are REQUIRED to check in by 9pm, but are and be present until 6am.

- They MUST remain awake during this time.

 

Happy Relay, and thank you all so much for participating in this event!!

 

Loopmail Anagha Panchagnula, Shreya Swaminathan, Ankita Inamdar, Amy Cha, Emily Chien, and Alan Lunardhi with any questions!

 

-Your ACS Officers

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Posted by: Shreya Swaminathan
Published: 3/7/18




Audience: CSF, Treble Clef Council, e-Soccer, You Tutor, DVHS HOSA Chapter, Choir Council 2016-2017, National Honor Society (NHS), CARE Club, Homepage, ConnectED, ARK - Acts of Random Kindness, Habitat for Humanity Club, DECA, Choir Council 2017-2018, Future Physicians of America (FPA), Junior Civitan, Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hey everyone, 

 

The next Psychology Club meeting is this Friday 3/9 at lunch in Ms. Pattision's room (1105)

 

Hope to see you all there!

 

Your Psych Club Officers

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Posted by: Mownavi Ravipati
Published: 3/6/18




Audience: CSF, UNICEF, Homepage, Build a School, Young Entrepreneurs Club, Future Physicians of America (FPA), Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hey DVHS!

 

As you may know, the Lip Dub is tomorrow (Wednesday) during access and the Red Cross club will be on the route! We are at section A, which is the first section and at the very FRONT of the school (across the admin building). Member or not, EVERYONE is welcome! Please encourage your friends/peers to come, the more, the merrier!! Remember to DECK OUT IN RED!!

 

BENEFITS:

  • If you are a Red Cross member and come to our section during the lip dub, you will get 1 HOUR! Email a selfie of you at the event to redcrossdvhs@gmail.com to get your point!
  • Member or not, if you come you WILL get FREE SWAG:
    • Free Red Bead Necklaces
    • Free Red Face Paint
    • If you email a selfie to redcrossdvhs@gmail.com, you will be entered into a RAFFLE to receive one Long Sleeved DVHS Red Cross shirt (more info on shirts later). You can participate in this even if you are NOT a member! 

PM me if you have any questions, comments, or concerns! :)))

 

See you tomorrow!!

Rabail Abbas

DVHS Red Cross President


 


 

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Posted by: Rabail Abbas
Published: 3/6/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Hey Wildcats! The spring dance, EDV, is coming up next Friday, March 16th from 7-10 PM! It will be EDC (black light) themed, but the music will not be EDM!! Buy your tickets on the webstore ($7 with ASB and $15 w/o ASB) by March 14th (next Wednesday)! Post your asks to #edvcutestask on instagram for a chance to win two free tickets! Get excited for fun, food, and more!

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Posted by: Sanjita Pamidimukkala
Published: 3/6/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Hey Wildcats!

 

For the spring rally we are bringing back Bubble Soccer! 10 students from each grade will compete for class competition points. Sign ups are first come first serve!  You will need to sign a waiver and an extracurriculars form.  Bring both forms to the day of the rally!  Sign up quick!!  

 

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Posted by: Lauren Hsu
Published: 3/6/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Hi everyone!

 

Do you want to find out if your ethnicity has an effect on your learning style? If you do, then take this survey!

 

As a part of the AP Research class, I am researching whether there is a correlation between ethnicity and learning styles. To help me find the answer, please fill out this survey! This survey is anonymous and voluntary.

 

If you are under 18, please have a parent look at the parent consent form attached below.  

 

Survey: https://goo.gl/forms/V6AjmcpUYQ38UXF53

 

If you have any questions, please contact me at: dh.ashah3@students.srvusd.net

 

Thank you,

Ami Shah

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Posted by: Cheryl Mattingly
Published: 3/5/18




Audience: Meetings / Minutes / Newsletters, Cheryl Mattingly, PTSA, DVHS Music Fund Meeting, Technology, DVHS Staff Resources, Spirit Squad, College and Career Center, Education Fund, Athletic Boosters, Student Support Resources, Spring Sports, Wildcat Sports, Staff Resources, Departments, Academics, Music Boosters Fund, Homepage, Counseling, DVHS Student Clubs, Administration Office, About, Students, Academic Planning, Testing, Fall Sports, Parents, Winter Sports, Homepage, Athletics, Programs, High School Summer Learning Opportunities, Fundraisers and Staff

Please see attachment for an internship program opportunity from the Metropolitan Transportation Commission.

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Posted by: Cheryl Mattingly
Published: 3/5/18




Audience: Meetings / Minutes / Newsletters, Cheryl Mattingly, PTSA, DVHS Music Fund Meeting, Technology, DVHS Staff Resources, Spirit Squad, College and Career Center, Education Fund, Athletic Boosters, Student Support Resources, Spring Sports, Wildcat Sports, Staff Resources, Departments, Academics, Music Boosters Fund, Homepage, Counseling, DVHS Student Clubs, Administration Office, About, Students, Academic Planning, Testing, Fall Sports, Parents, Winter Sports, Homepage, Athletics, Programs, High School Summer Learning Opportunities, Fundraisers and Staff

This contest is open to students in grades 9-12 and the theme is: "The 14th Amendment 150 years after ratification:  What does equal protection mean to students?"  Students are challenged to write an essay or produce a video focusing on how Congress and the federal courts have applied the Equal Protection Clause of the 14th Amendment to public education, whether in admissions, classroom instruction or athletics,  See atttachment for more information.

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Posted by: Cheryl Mattingly
Published: 3/5/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Physics Olympiad, DECA, Speech And Debate, Future Physicians of America (FPA), DVHS Robotics Team, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), Investment Club, Junior Civitan, Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hi all,

You are being asked to participate in a study by completing a survey. Data collected will be used towards a study as a part of my Advanced Placement Research Class.


Please fill out the attached survey regarding the attitudes and experiences you have had during the college admission process. Please answer to the best of your ability and note that ONLY SENIORS should complete the questionnaire.

Thank you for your interest and participation!

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1V90OaHmZ5_kE43IvSyyz6j7CQHdwOxJaS88mEgLzrpA/edit

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Posted by: Pranav Iyer
Published: 3/4/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Hi all,

 

You are being asked to participate in a study being conducted by Vinay Prasad from Dougherty Valley High School. Data collected will be used towards a study as a part of my Advanced Placement Research Class. 

 

Please fill out the attached survey regarding the extent of communication that occurs using the social media application, Snapchat. Please answer truthfully and to the best of your ability.

 

Thank you for your interest and participation!

 

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1ZaGfTQN_KZatWMrBJVrvLuzWXFNlV8E2GO5L95HyCcE/edit

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Posted by: Vinay Prasad
Published: 3/4/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Cloud Gazing Society, Speech And Debate, You Tutor, Book Club, DVHS Quiz Bowl, Writer's Circle: Seasons Magazine, Comic Book Club and Homepage

The first Quiz Bowl of the month will be tomorrow, Monday, 3/5, after school in Mrs. Barahona's room (3204). We'll start around 3:10 and plan to end around 4:30, but as always, you can leave earlier if you need to.

 

We'll play as many rounds as we can and continue to practice for upcoming tournaments (even if you can't attend them).

 

Feel free to send me (Akil Iyer) a LoopMail with any questions.

 

Hope to see you there!
- Quiz Bowl Officers

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Posted by: Akil Iyer
Published: 3/4/18




Audience: Homepage, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12 and Homepage

Must show screen grab or other verification to claim prize (1205).

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Posted by: Rachel Decker
Published: 3/4/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Model United Nations, DVHS HOSA Chapter, Team HBV, Team Fox, Save the Bay Club, Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hey Red Crossers,

 

This Wednesday at access is the annual lip dub. Be sure to come support Red Cross in Section A. Email a selfie to redcrossdvhs@gmail.com of you there and you'll receive an hour. Also, if you make a poster/prop for the lipdub and get it approved by leadership in 4102 on Monday or Tuesday during lunch, you'll get 0.5 hours. Remember to come decked out!

 

See you all there !
Asim Mohiuddin

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Posted by: Asim Mohiuddin
Published: 3/3/18




Audience: CSF, UNICEF, Homepage, Build a School, Young Entrepreneurs Club, Future Physicians of America (FPA), Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hey Red Cross and UNICEF!

 

DVHS Red Cross is partnering with UNICEF  to have a Chipotle Fundraiser on (Saturday) March 10th between 5:00 PM and 9:00 PM at 2421 San Ramon Valley Blvd. Bring the attached flyer/ have it on your smartphone device and show it to the cashier in order to get 1 UNICEF Hour/1 Red Cross hour. 50% of proceeds are going to the American Red Cross (NOT school related). Please email a picture of the receipt (with the date) to dvhsunicef@gmail.com, (if you are a UNICEF member) and/or redcrossdvhs@gmail.com (if you are a Red Cross member). If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please contact Rabail Abbas.

 

Thanks,

Rabail Abbas

DVHS Red Cross President/DVHS UNICEF Co-Activities Coordinator


 

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Posted by: Rabail Abbas
Published: 3/3/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Hey Wildcats!

 

For the spring rally we are bringing back Bubble Soccer!!  10 students from each class will compete for class competition points.  Sign ups are first come first serve!  You will need to sign a waiver and an extracurriculars form.  Bring both forms to the day of the rally!  Sign up quick!!  

 

-Rally 

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Posted by: Jayson Ho
Published: 3/3/18




Audience: CSF, Model United Nations, UNICEF, ARK - Acts of Random Kindness, MedShare, Team HBV, Club HEART, Save the Bay Club, Red Cross Club, Homepage, Digital Photography Club, DVHS HOSA Chapter, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), National Honor Society (NHS), Homepage, VIP Campaign, Habitat for Humanity Club, WiSTEM, DECA, Leo Club, Healthy Lifestyle for Youth, Key Club, Anti-Bullying - Not in Our School, Future Physicians of America (FPA) and Project SmARTS

On behalf of the Dougherty Valley Clubs Team, the following message is being sent to all students on campus. 

 

Hello DVHS Wildcats!

 

This is a repost of the former message posted on February 21st. If you are interested in starting a club for the 2018-19 academic school year, please read the following information.

 

The presentation used during the Club Informational Meeting is attached below. Please read it thoroughly before proceeding with the application

 

LINK: tinyurl.com/clubinfomeetingprez

 

There are two components of the application: hard-copy and online. Both components must be completed by the assigned deadline. Note that these are HARD deadlines

 

HARD-COPY COMPONENT: see below for attachment

HARD-COPY COMPONENT DEADLINE: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7TH to the wire tray in front of Room 4102 BEFORE 1:29 PM 

 

ONLINE COMPONENT LINK: tinyurl.com/dvclubapp

ONLINE COMPONENT DEADLINE: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7TH BEFORE 8AM PACIFIC STANDARD TIME

 

If the online component link does not work, try copying and pasting it onto your browser :))

 

If you have any questions, please direct them to the Team email. Please do not email Mr. Bowen or any Clubs Team member personally as messaging the Team email should serve as your first line of contact.

 

TEAM EMAIL: clubsdvhs@gmail.com

 

In addition, we will be hosting two office hours for you to address any questions you might have in person.

 

OFFICE HOURS 1: Friday, February 23rd during lunch in front of Room 4102  (ALREADY HAPPENED)

OFFICE HOURS 2: Monday, March 5th during lunch in Room 4102.


Thank you so much for reading this post. As always, please feel free to email us at clubsdvhs@gmail.com and we will do our best to respond within 48 business hours.

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Posted by: Andrew Chuang
Published: 3/3/18




Audience: Homepage, Grade 10 and Homepage

In Vangene's room:
Mon 3/5: at lunch

Tuesday 3/6: after school

In Kravitz's room: at lunch

Mon, 3/5 and Tues, 3/6 

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Posted by: Jeanne Scheppach
Published: 3/1/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage


 

Do you enjoy making art? Would you like to be recognized for it? Dougherty Valley High School’s Colors for Charity is hosting its second annual Creative Minds Art Contest! Any K-12 student can submit art to be recognized as an upcoming artist and to win prizes. This year’s theme is “I belong...” Students may participate in up to two of the following categories: 2D Art, Multimedia Art/Collages, Photography, and 3D Art. All pieces must be original work of the student and relate to the theme in some way. Students interested in submitting art for Creative Minds can sign up using the form below. Rules and guidelines are linked below. If you have any questions, feel free to email dvhscolorsforcharity@gmail.com or check out our website, dvhscolorsforcharity.wixsite.com/dvcfc. Have fun and good luck to all of you!

 

Registration: https://goo.gl/forms/el3VhKehDDwjY2Fd2

 

Guidelines: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1yYS0Y4H7waOJsJ2hwDtj44AicuB6cLLgvk-fC2G74_M/edit?usp=sharing

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Posted by: Ashwathi Nair
Published: 3/1/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

You are being asked to participate in a study being conducted by Jordon Leung from Dougherty Valley High School. I am currently a senior working toward completing my AP Research study. I am interested in examining the volunteer motivations and characteristics of high school students in relation to completion of rewarded/required or non-rewarded/non-required volunteer service in organizations. 

 

By completing this questionnaire, you can not only understand your own motivations for volunteering but also help researchers gaining understanding of this subject, furthermore, make improvement to current policy.

 

Participants will need to sign and turn in the consent form to a bin that's placed in the library. Copies of the form will be available and placed next to the bin. Please feel free to grab one and complete it!

 

PDF of the consent form is attached below.

 

Thank you for your interest and participation!

 

 

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Posted by: Jordon Leung
Published: 2/28/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Hello future Wildcat Artists! 

 

If you've never taken an Art class at Dougherty, and would like to be a pART of the family, come see Mrs. Wengel and bring some samples of your artwork!  (room 4103)

 

All students are eligible for Art 1, our foundations class in drawing and painting.  Some students are ready to begin at the Intermediate, Advanced or even AP level, depending on prior Art experiences.  

 

If you'd like your work reviewed, please come by in person, or email your portfolio to Mrs. Wengel: kwengel@srvusd.net 

 

Portfolio suggestions: 

Please have your artwork contained in an envelope (folded over/taped up newspaper works!), a folder or portfolio case, with your first and last name, as well as grade in school, clearly labeled on it. It may take a couple days for me to review your work, and I want to ensure all of your pieces are returned to you safely.  *If your work is fragile or may smudge in transport, please bring or email me a photograph*

 

What we're looking for: 

The most recent sampling of your work, preferably in various media (wet and dry). Examples of perspective, value, color, texture, realism,abstract...basically the best of your best! I love it all!

 

Also, please follow us on Instagram @dvhsart ... you'll see lots of fun artworks that we do in class, as well as get a feel of our program here at Dougherty! 

 

 

We're excited to have you as pART of the Family :) 

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Posted by: Kelsey Wengel
Published: 2/28/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Hey Wildcats! 

 

Attached is the form for the guess pass for the spring dance! Please turn in the guest pass form to Ms. Thomas by March 14th. Guest pass tickets are $15.

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Posted by: Mr. Bowen
Published: 2/27/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Harry Potter Alliance, DVHS Library Student Volunteers 2018-2019 & CSF, DECA, DVHS Biology Club, Future Physicians of America (FPA), Wildcat Tribune Club, National Honor Society (NHS), Newspaper Club - Wildcat Tribune and Homepage

Hey Dougherty! 

 

We are looking for students to sing the national anthem games at mens lacrosse home game. If you love to sing and want to showcase your skills, you should sign up for this!
 

These are the available games that you can sign up for: 

 

San Ramon Valley Game(March 2nd)

Carlmont Game(March 6th)

Foothill/Pleasanton(March 16th)

Livermore(March 20th)

Amador Valley(March 30th)

California/San Ramon(April 20th)

Bishop O'Dowd(May 1st)

Dublin(May 4th)

 

If you would like to sing at these games or have any questions, please email Luisa Taverna, Alyssa O'Brien, Karina Shah, Matt Jew, or Alex Burr. 

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Posted by: Luisa Taverna
Published: 2/27/18




Audience: CSF, DVHS Biology Club, Mu Alpha Theta -- MATH CLUB, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), Team Fox, Make a Wish, National Honor Society (NHS), Homepage, Girls Who Code 2017/2018, ConnectED, VIP Campaign, ARK - Acts of Random Kindness, DECA, Team HBV, Special Olympics, Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hello everyone!

 

Are you interesTED in atTEnDing the TEDx Talk at DVHS!?

 

We are exciTED that on Saturday March 10th, 4:30-5:45 PM, 7 amazing speakers will be presenting their idea related to the theme of The Marathon. The Marathon can be loosely interpreted, but it emphasizes the importance of endurance

 

I hope you can endure the long wait until March 10th to attend our talk. (It is free!) Invite families, friends, teachers, and neighbors! It is a great experience to learn something new and open our minds to new ideas and perspectives! 

 

To RSVP, here's the link: https://goo.gl/forms/A3zm67ODPsozZ9nz2

 

To Recap:

WHEN: March 10th, Saturday, 4:30-5:45 PM

WHERE: DVHS Library 

Cost: FREE

WHO: Everyone is welcome! 

 

Best,

TEDxDVHS Team

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Posted by: Jennifer Choi
Published: 2/26/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Hi! Are you interested in finding out how movies affect your thinking? If so, please take this survey! I am conducting a research project for my AP Research class, and I am collecting data to find out if there is a correlation between watching a popular movie and having a specific perspective on bullying.

 

If you choose to participate in my study, please read the consent form first. This will be attached below. 

 

This survey is voluntary and all responses will be anonymous.

 

SURVEY: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe7873eV7Ch8hNZZ0MduOvdJscqf91wYc57Shf2Ckmajaws_A/viewform?usp=sf_link

 

 

If you have any questions, feel free to contact me. 

 

Thanks!

- Vittoria Lee

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Posted by: Vittoria Lee
Published: 2/26/18




Audience: CSF, UNICEF, Homepage, Harry Potter Alliance, Colors for Charity, WiSTEM, Future Physicians of America (FPA), DV Harmonics, Project SmARTS, STEMinist, Red Cross Club and Homepage

Sign up here! Last Chance!! Forms close on Wednesday!!

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfXhXgBzXIq6o5SDetxsMWjKeZdu2VEPibHEQP7mw88txdltQ/viewform

 

Field Trip Info: 

 

March 23rd (Friday) 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm

Only 20 students are allowed to go so spaces are limited! We will choose students on a first come, first serve basis. However, first priority will be given to students whose parents are willing to be chaperones, so please ask your parents to accompany us! We will loopmail everyone who submits this form whether they are part of the 20 who can go or not.

Here is their website if you would like to check it out: http://goodmancenter.stanford.edu/

Outline of the tour:
>> General tour session will have a 15-20 minute intro/discussion (20 min)
>> Break group into two smaller groups for two 20 minute skills sessions
>> One group will start with a guided open suture practice (20 min)
>> Other group starts with surgical techniques used for minimally invasive surgery (20 min)
>> Groups switch sessions (20 min)

 

Thanks 

FPA Officers 

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Posted by: Saishruti Adusumilli
Published: 2/26/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, DVHS Bake N Create, Key Club, Kids Against Hunger and Homepage

If you would like to be a part of the Kids Against Hunger club photo for yearbook, please meet by the awkward steps at the beginning of lunch on Feb 28th (Wednesday) by the awkward steps

 

The old club photo was lost by yearbook. 

 

Going to this photo counts as a KAH activity point. Attendance is taken. After the photo, we will report to the meeting in Amini. 

 

 

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Posted by: Shwetha Sekar
Published: 2/25/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Dougherty Valley High School will be hosting a TEDx Talk on Saturday, March 10th in the Library from 4:30 P.M. to 5:45 P.M..

 

The theme is "The Marathon," covering a wide variety of topics ranging from Artificial Intelligence to Writing, by 7 talented speakers.


RVSP link is attached below. 

 

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Posted by: Jordon Leung
Published: 2/25/18




Audience: Homepage, Key Club and Homepage

Do you want to be in the yearbook? We still need have a few more spots left!!!!

 

Send some photos of you and your friends to the yearbook! The more the better! It can be a selfie, a posed group shot, whatever works for you! 

 

Easy steps for sending photos to the yearbook:

1) Make sure the photo is HIGH QUALITY (please don't send crusty or low quality photos... they will NOT be put into the yearbook.)

2) Send the photo to either dh.keng2@students.srvusd.net OR dh.ihsu@students.srvusd.net

 

 

Please send no later by 3/2/18! Any late submissions WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.

 

 

DVHS Yearbook Triumph Staff 17-18

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Posted by: Ingrid Hsu
Published: 2/25/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Model United Nations, DVHS HOSA Chapter, Team HBV, Team Fox, Save the Bay Club, Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hey Red Crossers,

Due to some technical difficulties we will be retaking the Red Cross Club photo Tuesday, 2/27 during lunch. Meet at the penguin steps ASAP. Try to wear red and attendance is mandatory and will be taken.

See you there,

Asim Mohiudddin

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Posted by: Asim Mohiuddin
Published: 2/24/18




Audience: CSF, Physics Olympiad, DVHS Biology Club, Mu Alpha Theta -- MATH CLUB, DVHS Quiz Bowl, Team Fox, National Honor Society (NHS), Science Alliance, Homepage, PVSA, DECA, Speech And Debate and Homepage

Hey everyone!

 

Our next meeting will be this Wednesday 2/28 during lunch in room 3214. We plan to partner with fixit clinics, non-profit organizations that work to fix broken items and to educate in the skills of engineering and repair.

 

During the upcoming meeting, we will outline more about fixit clinics and our future events with them.

 

Hope to See You There!

    - Your Officers

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Posted by: Sahil Mehta
Published: 2/23/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Hey Wildcats,

 

This year for our Spring Rally, which is on March 16th, we need your help in designing a new GOBO design for our spotlights!  We would need the design by next week Friday (March 2nd).  More details on the link below!!

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Posted by: Jayson Ho
Published: 2/23/18




Audience: Homepage, 2017-2018 Interact board, 2017-2018 Interact Members and Homepage

Hello all!! Thank you for your interest in participating at this year's Culturefest, run by DVHS Interact, Interact District 5160 Area 11, DVHS Cultural Committee, and DVHS PTSA. This event will be held on Friday, April 13th from 4:00 to 7:30 pm. at the DVHS Commons. The purpose of this year's Culturefest is to:

 

1. Promote an exchange of cultures among the SRVUSD student community and
2. Raise awareness of Interact District 5160's district project, in which we will be donating proceeds to the Wildlife Conservation Society.

 

We are looking for cultural clubs, international organizations, and students passionate about establishing cultural connections to run booths and give performances at this year's Culturefest! Please fill out the Google form [HERE] to submit an application.

 

Clubs and organizations may apply to both host a booth and give a performance. However, should there be an overwhelming amount of applications, we will accommodate for other clubs/organizations.

 

THIS FORM WILL CLOSE ON FRIDAY, MARCH 2ND, 11:59 PM.
All applicants will be contacted within the following week.

 

Please contact Interact 5160 Area 11 District Delegates Audrey Chong (audreychong107@gmail.com) and Bonnie Chan (19bchan@gmail.com) with any further questions or concerns. Thank you so much, we are excited to review your applications! <3

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Posted by: Audrey Chong
Published: 2/23/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

If you purchased/received a Wil Sticker on or before Valentine's Day, please report to the Spirit Shack at the beginning of lunch if you would like to be eligible for rewards.

 

We need to finalize reward profiles as we had an error in our system, so we need to reenter you! 

 

 

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Posted by: Mr. Bowen
Published: 2/22/18




Audience: CSF, UNICEF, Homepage, Harry Potter Alliance, Colors for Charity, WiSTEM, Future Physicians of America (FPA), DV Harmonics, Project SmARTS, STEMinist, Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hi everyone!

 

Don’t miss out on our club photo today! Meet at the awkward steps during the beginning of lunch if you would like to be in the club photo! Try not to be late and tell your friends in the club to join as well!

 

Thanks 

FemEquality Officers

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Posted by: Saishruti Adusumilli
Published: 2/22/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

AP Chinese Language and Culture Exam 2018

SRVUSD students, Grades 9-12, who are NOT currently enrolled in AP Chinese Class at their high school are given an opportunity to test on May 24, 2018.  Available seats are limited  with priority given to upper class students.  Exam fee of $125 will apply with a reduced fee available for qualified students.  If you are interested, please click here to complete this form to be placed on an interest list by February 28.  You will be contacted with next steps afterwards.

 

If your high school has an AP Chinese class, there may be testing space for you on the regularly-scheduled test date on 5/10.  Please check with your school to see if there are spaces available.  

 

You are welcome to forward the information and link below to your friends/parent community.   Our secondary schools will also be notifying parents of this opportunity through their newsletters and website.  Please let me know if you have any questions.

 

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Posted by: Kim Vaiana
Published: 2/21/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Tomorrow during Access, you can come to the Commons to give your support to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. You'll have the opportunity to write letters or you can bring, and/or create, art. You can also drop these off Friday before school in the office. If you'd like to come to Access please sign up using the link below. We will be mailing the items on Friday afternoon.

 

NOTE: We will briefly hold our previously scheduled student council meeting at the beginning of our Access time. You may write your letters during the meeting. Pens and paper will be provided. Attendance will be taken.

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Posted by: Mr. Bowen
Published: 2/21/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Girls Who Code 2017/2018, Colors for Charity, Digital Photography Club, DVHS Bake N Create, Key Club, Computer Science Club, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), Innovative Film Makers Club and Homepage

Hey Club Presidents,

      Do you want to fundraise for your club at our school dance? Loopmail me (Sabhyata Chadha), for more information!!

 

 

 

Sabhyata 

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Posted by: Sabhyata Chadha
Published: 2/20/18




Audience: CSF, UNICEF, Homepage, Harry Potter Alliance, Colors for Charity, WiSTEM, Future Physicians of America (FPA), DV Harmonics, Project SmARTS, STEMinist, Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hey Wildcats! 

 

There is a Future Physicians of America this Wednesday, February 21st, at lunch in Ms. Amini's Room (1118). Please attend as attendance is mandatory and we will be discussing the details of attendance of the Stanford Field Trip.

 

Hope to see everybody there!

FPA Officers

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Posted by: Saishruti Adusumilli
Published: 2/19/18




Audience: CSF, Model United Nations, UNICEF, ARK - Acts of Random Kindness, MedShare, Team HBV, Club HEART, Save the Bay Club, Red Cross Club, Homepage, Digital Photography Club, DVHS HOSA Chapter, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), National Honor Society (NHS), Homepage, VIP Campaign, Habitat for Humanity Club, WiSTEM, DECA, Leo Club, Healthy Lifestyle for Youth, Key Club, Anti-Bullying - Not in Our School, Future Physicians of America (FPA) and Project SmARTS

On behalf of the Dougherty Valley Clubs Team, the following message is being sent to all students on campus. 

 

Hello Wildcats,

 

If you are interested in starting a club at Dougherty Valley for the 2018-2019 academic school year, there is an informational meeting on Wednesday, February 21st, in the Library during lunch. The Team smiles upon arriving as soon as the bell rings since there is limited seating. The meeting will begin promptly at 1:10 PM.

 

Any additional questions should be addressed to clubsdvhs@gmail.com. Please do not individually contact any Team members or Mr. Bowen via email/Loopmail. 

 

Please note that the meeting is intended for individuals who wish to start a club, not for those currently going through the Club Renewal process. 

 


 

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Posted by: Andrew Chuang
Published: 2/19/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

THOSE INTERESTED IN THE HYDROFLASK PROMOTION, PLEASE SEE THE BOTTOM.

 

The Wil Campaign experienced an extremely exciting and successful first day! Thank you to everyone who participating and purchased a Wil!

 

Stock Update:

Loverboy Wil is SOLD OUT

Classic Wil is available in LIMITED QUANTITIES (but will be restocked)

The next Wil will be released soon, stay tuned!

 

Reward Program Update:

Rewards will become redeemable NEXT Friday, 2/23, at the Spirit Shack.

To be eligible, please SIGN UP for the Wil Rewards program using the following google form (linked below as well): https://goo.gl/forms/D1ul6Zkdp2T9jSEz2

 

YOU CANNOT REDEEM REWARDS UNLESS YOU SIGN UP!!

 

Once you are signed up, you should receive a loopmail by the next sell date with your Reward Eligibility Status! Please PRINT a copy of this page and bring with you to the shack to redeem your Wil Rewards!

 

We will be doing our best to send out these updates weekly, if we fail to do so, please inform a member of the Prideline Team. You cooperation is appreciated.

 

HYDROFLASK PROMOTION INFORMATION:

The first 3 people to earn 10 Unique Wils AND sign up for the rewards program will win the flask!

Depending on community response and popularity of the campaign moving forward, the number of flasks offered may increase to allow for more winners! We thank you for your understanding.



 

Once again, thank you so much for your continued participation in the Wil Campaign!

 

Wil loves you,

You love Wil.


 

Your Dougherty Valley Prideline Team:

Bijan Kazerooni, Ryan Kang, Erin Ku, Phil Liu, or Aya Fattah.

 

Wil Information: goo.gl/xezruk

Wil Rewards Program Sign Up: https://goo.gl/forms/D1ul6Zkdp2T9jSEz2

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Posted by: Mr. Bowen
Published: 2/16/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Freshman, 

 

The Freshman class is having a bonding on Friday! It is at 3:20 after school in the quad and there will be free bandanas you can tie-dye. There will also be FREE PIZZA and music, so make sure to come out!

 

Thanks,

Class of 2021

 

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Posted by: Amritha Ramesh
Published: 2/14/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Join us for an invigorating presentation on issues of identity, stereotypes, tolerance,and using art as a tool for social change.  The DVHS PTSA presents Vishavjit Singh AKA "Sikh Captain America" Wednesday, Feb. 21 during access in the PAC.  You must sign up to attend this presentation.  Sign up link is on attached flyer.

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Posted by: Cheryl Mattingly
Published: 2/14/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Saturday April 14 Dougherty's Kiva club is putting on a Spring Festival featuring local businesses, carnival games and hopefully YOU! The event takes place from 11-3, and all proceeds go directly towards KIVA (go to kiva.org for info on the charity). Any kind of talent is welcome, all you have to do is fill out this form and share a video of your talent with laurencottley@gmail.com

 

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd8Fmn5_vGEWkTDwCh_aUgzBhywv797hFjyTY3GDsdhkHiAgA/viewform?usp=sf_link

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Posted by: Lauren Ottley
Published: 2/13/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Physics Olympiad, Mu Alpha Theta -- MATH CLUB and Homepage

Hey all,

 

If you are taking the AMC competitions tomorrow 2/7, please read the following:

 

All high school AMC 12 test takers should report to Mr. Kravitz's room 3206 by 3:15 PM.

 

All middle schoolers, regardless of whether they are taking the AMC 10 or 12 should report to the cafeteria/commons by 3:15 PM.

 

All high school AMC 10 test takers should either go to Mr. Jones's room CT101 (Career Technology, next to Library) or the commons/cafeteria when the classroom runs out of space.

 

Report time is 3:15 PM and planned start time is 3:30.

 

Thanks,

Math Club Officers

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Posted by: Alexander Wang
Published: 2/6/18




Audience: Homepage, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12 and Homepage

See Ms. Decker in room 1205 for a prize (must show proof you took survey--screen shot or screen grab)

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Posted by: Rachel Decker
Published: 2/6/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Model United Nations, MedShare, Key Club, Team HBV and Homepage

Submit your best selfies to have a chance to be in this years yearbook. This could be you only opportunity to get a picture you love in the yearbook!

 

Even if you don't want to submit a selfie, you can still answer the favorite filter/lense quiz below! Feel free to do both!

 

Sophia Doss

Yearbook 2017-2018

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Posted by: Sophia Doss
Published: 2/6/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Key Club, Wildcat Tribune Club and Homepage

Come out to the GSA meeting in room 3213 (Gardiner's room) for updates and info about the very quickly approaching, annually held Forum!

 

We'll be going over details about location, agenda, carpools, etc., so don't forget to bring any friends who are interested (everybody's welcome!).

 

If you have any questions about the meeting or forum, feel free to contact any of the officers (Jill Lee, Riya Gupta, Margaret Bast, or Victoria To).

 

Thank you,

GSA Officers

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Posted by: Jill Lee
Published: 2/5/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

To all 2018/2019 Leadership applicants:

 

The interview is an important part of the application process. Make sure to bring your project (specific to your first choice team) to your interview in room 4102 at the time designated below (current Freshman Leadership students will receive a loopmail with their timeslot). The slots for interviews are completely randomized.

 

Please let the ASB team (Rahul Reddy, Brian Kang, Denise Ma, Maryam Siddqui) know if you have any questions and make sure to arrive on time to your interview!

 

NOTE: MTSP candidates will be receiving an email this work about their project.

 

Good luck,

ASB & Mr. Bowen

 

 

Date Time of Day Time Applicant (Last, First)
Wed 2/7 Before School 7:30 Brar, Nishvhey
Wed 2/7 Before School 7:37 Estrada, Lorreane
Wed 2/7 Before School 7:44 Naran, Kareena
Wed 2/7 Before School 7:51 Banerjee, Anushree
Wed 2/7 Before School 7:58 Lizardo Danelle, Gianna
Wed 2/7 Before School 8:05 Matheny, Macy
Wed 2/7 Before School 8:12 Jeong, Lina
Wed 2/7 Before School 8:19 Sherdil, Sabar
Wed 2/7 Before School 8:26 Valia, Aesha
Wed 2/7 Before School 8:33 Shum, Kimberly
Wed 2/7 Before School 8:40 Geronimo, Amanda
Wed 2/7 Before School 8:47 Chakraborty, Eesha
Wed 2/7 Access 12:22 Okwuegbe, Kelechi
Wed 2/7 Access 12:29 Abbas, Rabail
Wed 2/7 Access 12:36 Lao, Janine
Wed 2/7 Access 12:43 Zaky, Martina
Wed 2/7 Access 12:50 Su, Stephanie
Wed 2/7 Access 12:57 Kim, Ashley
Wed 2/7 Lunch 1:04 Ofodu, Jaasmine
Wed 2/7 Lunch 1:11 Shabazian, Christina
Wed 2/7 Lunch 1:18 Farrior, Rhea
Thu 2/8 Access 12:22 Gopikrishnan, Neharika
Thu 2/8 Access 12:29 Talluri, Sreshta
Thu 2/8 Access 12:36 Oflas, Francine Moira
Thu 2/8 Access 12:43 Lui, Leilah
Thu 2/8 Access 12:50 Lee, Jill
Thu 2/8 Access 12:57 Athavan, Shruti
Thu 2/8 Lunch 1:04 Khan, Mustafa
Thu 2/8 Lunch 1:11 Siegel, Samuel
Thu 2/8 Lunch 1:18 Gaikwad, Soniya
Fri 2/9 Lunch 12:40 Jain, Shreya
Fri 2/9 Lunch 12:47 Cha, Samantha
Fri 2/9 Lunch 12:54 Lee, Bernard
Fri 2/9 Lunch 1:01 Fong, Braeden
Mon 2/12 Lunch 12:40 Agarwalla, Yaashna
Mon 2/12 Lunch 12:47 Bried, Katherine
Mon 2/12 Lunch 12:54 Singh, Ritika
Mon 2/12 Lunch 1:01 Horvath, Natalie
Tues 2/13 Lunch 12:40 Gonsalves, Nicholas
Tues 2/13 Lunch 12:47 Hasten, Tylan
Tues 2/13 Lunch 12:54 Sarko, Olivia
Tues 2/13 Lunch 1:01 Meka, Ankita
Wed 2/14 Before School 7:30 Sayani, Ananya
Wed 2/14 Before School 7:37 Bhaskar, Sri Sagari
Wed 2/14 Before School 7:44 Bahamon, Daniel
Wed 2/14 Before School 7:51 Zink, Caitlin
Wed 2/14 Before School 7:58 Kwon, Young
Wed 2/14 Before School 8:05 Lee, Lauren
Wed 2/14 Before School 8:12 Leonard, Sydney
Wed 2/14 Before School 8:19 Duka, Jennifer
Wed 2/14 Before School 8:26 Huffmaster, Brianna
Wed 2/14 Before School 8:33 Moore, Kendall
Wed 2/14 Before School 8:40 Lee, Makayla
Wed 2/14 Before School 8:47 Wang, Esther
Wed 2/14 Access 12:22 Messing, Joshua
Wed 2/14 Access 12:29 Neri, Justin
Wed 2/14 Access 12:36 Nigam, Gargi
Wed 2/14 Access 12:43 Shaik, Mohammed
Wed 2/14 Access 12:50 Rajani, Riya
Wed 2/14 Access 12:57 Wong, Madison
Wed 2/14 Lunch 1:04 Ching, Alex
Wed 2/14 Lunch 1:11 Flores, Bianca
Wed 2/14 Lunch 1:18 Mutha, Maya
Thu 2/15 Access 12:22 Siegel, Alexander
Thu 2/15 Access 12:29 Siu, Evan
Thu 2/15 Access 12:36 Vemuri, Tanuj
Thu 2/15 Access 12:43 Verma, Dhruv
Thu 2/15 Access 12:50 Jalla, Ishya
Thu 2/15 Access 12:57 Landinez, Mariana
Thu 2/15 Lunch 1:04 Moore, Blake
Thu 2/15 Lunch 1:11 Saranath, Akhil
Thu 2/15 Lunch 1:18 Horner, Arianna
Fri 2/16 Lunch 12:40 Chung, Ethan
Fri 2/16 Lunch 12:47 Ariola, Maddie
Fri 2/16 Lunch 12:54 Rafiuddin, Mohammed
Fri 2/16 Lunch 1:01 Chaubey, Abhinav
Tues 2/20 Lunch 12:40 Kim, Thomas
Tues 2/20 Lunch 12:47 Richard, Chloe
Tues 2/20 Lunch 12:54 Lee, Elizabeth
Tues 2/20 Lunch 1:01 Chaudhry, Anisa
Wed 2/21 Before School 7:30 Rizvi, Zaina
Wed 2/21 Before School 7:37 Glavee, Anna
Wed 2/21 Before School 7:44 Goyal, Ananth
Wed 2/21 Before School 7:51 Patel, Arjun
Wed 2/21 Before School 7:58 Kandru, Mehek
Wed 2/21 Before School 8:05 Ellicott-Pesic, Alexander
Wed 2/21 Before School 8:12 Kristic, Audrey
Wed 2/21 Before School 8:19 Bhartiya, Tejas
Wed 2/21 Before School 8:26 Chow, Holli
Wed 2/21 Before School 8:33 Yan, Nicole
Wed 2/21 Before School 8:40 Dey, Aryaman
Wed 2/21 Before School 8:47 Rodriguez, Jazelle
Wed 2/21 Access 12:22 Lee, Samantha
Wed 2/21 Access 12:29 Wu, Guoyoung
Wed 2/21 Access 12:36 Frias, Samantha
Wed 2/21 Access 12:43 Armesto, Angelica
Wed 2/21 Access 12:50 Anqud, Leena Karima
Wed 2/21 Access 12:57 Lee, Jayden
Wed 2/21 Lunch 1:04 Kim, Edward
Wed 2/21 Lunch 1:11 Ansari, Sana
Wed 2/21 Lunch 1:18 Kumar, Devika
Thurs 2/22 Lunch 1:04 Nebres, Maya
Thurs 2/22 Lunch 1:11 Vats, Madhav
Thurs 2/22 Lunch 1:18 Angelica, Patricia
Fri 2/23 Lunch 12:40 Nguyen, Dalena
Fri 2/23 Lunch 12:47 White, Cameron
Fri 2/23 Lunch 12:54 Bevilacqua, Lukas
Fri 2/23 Lunch 1:01 Wang, Leah
Mon 2/26 Lunch 12:40 Sumush, Anika
Mon 2/26 Lunch 12:47 Entezari, Zhila
Mon 2/26 Lunch 12:54 Fatima, Asra
Mon 2/26 Lunch 1:01 Kashif, Zoya
Tues 2/27 Lunch 12:40 Karthikeyan, Harshini
Tues 2/27 Lunch 12:47 Martin, Jocelyn
Tues 2/27 Lunch 12:54 Srinivasan, Shweta
Tues 2/27 Lunch 1:01 Siu, Taylor
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Posted by: Mr. Bowen
Published: 2/5/18




Audience: BDTW Group C, CSF, DVHS Biology Club, BDTW Group A, National Honor Society (NHS), Homepage, DVHS Library Student Volunteers 2018-2019 & CSF, BDTW Group B, Key Club, Future Physicians of America (FPA), Red Cross Club, Newspaper Club - Wildcat Tribune and Homepage

These are the appreciation grams that were distributed at the You Are Not Alone event and are currently being passed out. If you were unable to get one or would like to fill out more please stop by! This is open to everyone, even if you did not attend the event!

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Posted by: Skyler Spears
Published: 2/2/18




Audience: Homepage, Webmasters and Homepage

If you or your student would like to learn more information about the CollegeConnect program, we will be offering an informational session:

 

Location Room Date Time
Charlotte Wood Middle School MPR Thursday, February 1, 2018 7:00 pm
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Posted by: Meaghan K, District Admin, San Ramon Valley Unified School District
Published: 2/1/18




Audience: Homepage, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, All Grades and Homepage

Hey Wildcats!

 

If you are interested in applying to the Leadership class for the 2018-2019 school year, make sure to follow all the steps below! If you want to review any information from the interest meeting, you can find the presentation here: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1H-uyPo7MzcDNhb7SGV1-s3jwmHY1msIXQ3Gj1TEViWc/edit?usp=sharing

 

STEP 1: APPLICATION

Fill out the official application in the link below! The application consists of an essay, multiple questions about you, and questions about what you want to do in Leadership. Please put time and effort into your responses as they are a very important part of the process! This google form needs to be completed by Monday, February 5th at 7:30am. No late applications will be accepted.

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd-uYxE-J2WsjPU3rqUrdSNvizVNE0bEiSK3WK6LduMlU6jdw/viewform?usp=sf_link

 

STEP 2: INTERVIEW

If you fill out the google survey on time and in a complete and satisfactory manner, you will be guaranteed a 5 minute interview. We will send out a loopmail and Schoolloop news post that shows when your interview is. This post will be sent out on Monday February 5th, after school! Your interview will either be during a Wednesday morning between 7:30am-8:45am, a Wednesday Access, a Thursday Access, or any weekday lunch. You will be interviewing with Mr. Bowen, one ASB officer, and at least one senior Leadership student. Please bring your team project to your interview as well (more information about your project in Step 3).

Interview slots are chosen randomly, so be prepared to go first on February 7th, Wednesday morning! Don’t stress out too much about this part of the application because we just want to get to know you better as a potential Leadership student!

 

STEP 3: PROJECT

When you arrive for your interview, you must bring the assigned project of your first choice team. You can find the list of teams and the details of each team’s job on the application google survey and right here:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1dPliCyOcxgX2iWoWzpr7K_oL-pEH2y51jhh6lVR1b80/edit?usp=sharing

Put time and effort into your project. We love seeing new ideas that demonstrate your creativity! Unless otherwise stated, you MUST bring a tangible copy of your project with you to your interview. Below you will see the project associated with your first choice team:

 

ATHLETICS (3rd Period):

Project (bring to interview): Pick an athlete that has been unrecognized in some way (their on/off field leadership, performance, kindness, teamwork, etc.) and find a way to recognize them (through a poster, highlight reel, interview, etc.). Be creative and show us something we haven't seen before! Bring tangible copy of your project.

 

CAMPUS LIFE (3rd Period)

Project (bring to interview): Develop a new way to highlight an unrecognized group, individual, or organization on campus and describe how you would carry this out. Be creative!

 

CLASS COMPETITION (4th Period)

Project (bring to interview): Pretend the senior class won the end of the year overall class comp points. Utilizing a budget of $2000, come up with an event, activity or creative method to recognize the winning class.

 

CLUBS (3rd Period)

Project (bring to interview): Come up with ten interview questions, and interview a club president. Type up a summary including these MANDATORY questions: the origin of the club, what they hope to accomplish this year, and how the club management process can be changed.

 

COMMUNITY OUTREACH (3rd Period)

Project (bring to interview): Design an Access activity that would be ideal to follow up the themes and ideas presented in Breaking Down the Walls.

 

MEDIA TECH & SPECIAL PROJECTS - MTSP (4th Period)

Project (bring to interview): Being a part of MTSP means that you have to be willing to follow directions and learn how to set up and take down equipment. The project for this team will be a skill-based session with the current seniors of MTSP. You will be contacted separately via Loopmail to set up a time to complete a skills based task. You will be assessed based on your ability to follow directions and carry out simple tasks. You are not required to bring anything to the interview.

 

PRIDE (4th Period)

Project (bring to interview): Come up with a way to promote school spirit that IS NOT a spirit week. Be sure to incorporate all the grades, and even staff.

 

PRIDELINE (4th Period)

Project (bring to interview): Design a DVHS Spirit Item (T-Shirt, Jacket, Beanie, Mug, etc.,) and plan a method to advertise the item to the student body. Be creative! How could your particular design benefit DV? What makes your item different from previous DV Spirit Items? Suggestion: don’t bring us a print out from Custom Ink.

 

PR & DECORATIONS - PR DECO (3rd/4th Period)

Project (bring to interview): Make a poster advertising one of the following DVHS events: Mr. Wildcat, Spring Dance, Powderpuff, Spring Rally, or any upcoming DVHS event of your choice. Use the DVHS calendar or the calendar found on dvhsleadership.com to find the event details.

 

RALLY (4th Period)

Project (bring to interview): You are the rally coordinator for DVHS. Create an outline for a quick, thirty minute rally (format it any way you would like - we’re open-minded). If you have any unique games or activities, create a list of potential materials that need to be gathered ahead of time for the game/activity to be successful. The theme is up to you, so have fun with it! Try to do something DV has never done.

 

SPIRIT EVENTS (3rd Period)

Project (bring to interview): Create an event to bring the DVHS student body together. Plan and outline the entire event including what, where, when, and how. Also, plan how you would attract students to the event.

 

STAFF SUPPORT (4th Period)

Project (bring to interview): Why do you think it's important to show appreciation to staff? What is a new idea that you have that can help to recognize our staff and how would you carry it out?

 

VIDEO (4th period)

Project (send to dbowen@srvusd.net before your interview time) - Create a video (no more that 90 seconds in length) promoting an upcoming school event. You must incorporate at least two songs. Display your capabilities in utilizing video-editing programs/effects.

 

STEP 4: SPIRIT CHECK IN’S

One very important part of being a Leadership student is representing DV high. We want to see you show your Dougherty Pride! We are going to be having a few spirit check in’s and we require that you show up at AT LEAST ONE of them. We encourage you to come out to all, but we totally understand if you cannot come to more than one. If you have a schedule conflict, please contact an ASB officer prior to one of the check-ins and we will try to give you an alternate date.

 

  1. 2/5 Women’s Basketball Senior Night @ (6:45 pm)

  2. 2/8 Women’s Soccer Senior Night (5:45 pm)

  3. 2/16 Big Blue Friday (Rivalry Week as well!) Check in at the quad at lunch!

 

We know this application is fairly detailed, so feel free to reach out to any of the ASB officers via loopmail if you have any questions. Please contact the ASB officers, not Mr. Bowen.

 

Good luck to all of you!

 

Your 2017-2018 ASB Officers,

Rahul Reddy

Brian Kang

Denise Ma

Maryam Siddiqui

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Posted by: Mr. Bowen
Published: 1/31/18




Audience: Access Site, Art 5 Adv Site, Art 1 Site, AP Studio Art: Drawing & Design Site, Teachers, Students, Parents, Archived Pages for Mrs. Wengel, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12, All Grades, Homepage, Art 2 Site, Staff, Principals, Assistant Principals, Sys Admins, Associates, Afterschool Professionals, Homepage, Tutor Site, Kelsey Wengel and Teacher Aide Site

Art that Sticks
Description: 1st Annual Vinyl Sticker Swap Challenge

 

Students create a custom 3” x 3” circle logo which is a symbol of your love of art 
This can reflect their love of drawing, painting, graphic design, 3D art, photo, graphic art, and much more.

 

1 Winner will be selected from each site in a juried competition. 
Art teachers from all SRVUSD high schools and middle schools will vote for their favorite from each site to determine the winners.

 

Winning design will be printed and swapped at each school site with 1,000 stickers produced!

Design Criteria: 
Design must be a 3” x 3” circle
Must include one of the following words “Art”, “Artist”, or “Art is here”
Must include the year “2018”
May NOT include School name, initials, or district name
Open to all Art Students and students outside of our programs
Work you have previously created is ok for submission
Work can be designed in any art material and photographed or designed digitally
1 design submission maximum per student

Design Suggestions: Use fonts that pop and are easy to read. 
Consider using colors that create strong contrast with your design to make your text stand out.

 

Submission Instructions: Submissions must be received by Friday February 9th 
Title your file “last name_firstname_school name” Ex: “Burke_Elizabeth_SRVHS”

To submit you will go to the following google survey which will request you to upload a photo of work as well as include your information. You must login to this submission survey using your school email.

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Posted by: Kelsey Wengel
Published: 1/31/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Hello everyone!
This Saturday, February 3rd, Dougherty is hosting our very own wrestling tournament. For everything to go smoothly, we are going to need all the help we can get. Loopmail me (Charitha Kaki) if you are interested in helping us out this Saturday!

 

Shifts run for 4 hours from 8:30 am to 7:30 pm with 30 min overlaps, though they are flexible; if you want more hours or less contact me via school loop for more information. 

 

I hope to see you there to cheer on our wrestling team and help our school out. 

 

-Charitha Kaki

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Posted by: Charitha Kaki
Published: 1/30/18




Audience: Homepage, All Grades, Students and Homepage

SRVUSD has partnered with MEB Consulting Group to provide African American students at Dougherty Valley High School with wrap around support. The goals of this program are:

  • To provide a space for high school students and families from the African diaspora to build community.
  • To provide opportunities & support for students from the African diaspora to excel academically and socially  that will result in attending a four-year university and/or trade school.
  • To assist SRVUSD with programmatic ideas, resources, and training that are of benefit to the students of color they serve.

 

Please click on the link to sign up to attend each session.

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Posted by: Cheryl Mattingly
Published: 1/30/18




Audience: CSF, Digital Photography Club, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), buildOn, Future Practicing Physician's Network (FPPN), Homepage, PVSA, Habitat for Humanity Club, DECA, Speech And Debate, Bollybeatz, Future Physicians of America (FPA), eSTEAMed, Junior Civitan and Homepage

In order to find solutions towards preventing depression/stress on campus, we will be having Socratic seminars during both accesses this week in order to create potential solutions. These Socratic seminars will be held during access and will allow students to express their concerns regarding our current stress. Students will be able to express their opinions during the discussion and be guided through questions throughout the discussion. If you are interested, please sign up and I will put you on the access excusal date for the date that you sign up for. THIS EVENT IS OPEN TO ALL STUDENTS ON CAMPUS.

 

Please fill out this form by Tuesday 11:59 PM to be excused for access!

 

Link: https://goo.gl/forms/h2fswf0agLwhmNzX2 (if the link doesn't work, please copy and paste it into another tab). 

 

If you are a DVHS DECA Member: In order to receive your 3 ACP, you must arrive on time, stay throughout the course of the discussion, and actively contribute!

 

If you are an FBLA Member: The same rules above apply, and you will receive 2 MAP Points!

 

Dates:

Wednesday ACCESS(Jan 31) - Lazar Classroom (1104)
Thursday ACCESS (Feb 1) - Amini Classroom (1116)

 

Thanks,

Rithik Rajani

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Posted by: Rithik Rajani
Published: 1/30/18




Audience: CSF, Team Automotive 2017-2018, Homepage, Girls Who Code 2017/2018, DECA, DVHS Bake N Create, Kids Against Hunger, Team Fox, Girls Who Code and Homepage

What is Superposition II?

Superposition II is a 200-person hackathon aimed at middle school, high school, and college females (trans and non-binary inclusive) in the Bay Area of all experience levels and backgrounds. This event is free and we'll provide Wi-Fi, food, swag, and workspace! Make sure to check out our recap video from Superposition I. 

 

When? 

March 17th at 10:00 am to March 18th at 12:00 pm. 

 

Where? 

Horizons School of Technology in San Francisco, CA. 

 

What is a hackathon?

A hackathon is a 24-hour event where products and friendships are created. Provided with free food, mentors, and awesome activities, students often work on a personal project to pitch at the end of the hackathon. Overall, hackathons are here to provide a supportive environment for you to learn and explore your interests.

 

What is our goal?

We are passionate about offering attendees a safe, welcoming, and supportive environment to experiment with technology at any experience level. Additionally, we want to generate a larger interest and help more girls learn and thrive in the technology-related fields.

 

Who can come? 

Anyone who identifies as a female in middle school, high school, and college is welcome. We are inclusive of all non-binary and trans students! Although we do not accept males as attendees, we wholeheartedly welcome all genders to sign up as a mentor, workshop leader, judge, or volunteer!


Visit superposition.tech for more information about the event, applications, sponsorship, and more!  

 

If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to me! And be sure to include my name for "How did you hear about Superposition II?" so I can say hi at the event!! 

 

Thank you, 

Disha Srivastava 

Superposition Operations Director 

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Posted by: Disha Srivastava
Published: 1/29/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Hey everyone!

 

Just a reminder that the yearbook picture for Engineering Club will be today 1/30 during lunch. Meet in front of the awkward steps at 12:55. Thanks!

 

 

Hope to See You There!

    - Your Officers

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Posted by: Cheryl Mattingly
Published: 1/29/18




Audience: Homepage, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12 and Homepage

The Wildcat Tribune is organizing a "Date Lab" modeled off of the series from the Washington Post. This will include facilitating blind dates for single students from each grade.  Each date will be paid for by the Tribune.  Sign up at the link below!

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Published: 1/29/18




Audience: CSF, Digital Photography Club, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), buildOn, Future Practicing Physician's Network (FPPN), Homepage, PVSA, Habitat for Humanity Club, DECA, Speech And Debate, Bollybeatz, Future Physicians of America (FPA), eSTEAMed, Junior Civitan and Homepage

In order to find solutions towards preventing depression/stress on campus, we will be having Socratic seminars during both accesses this week in order to create potential solutions. These Socratic seminars will be held during access and will allow students to express their concerns regarding our current stress. Students will be able to express their opinions during the discussion and be guided through questions throughout the discussion. If you are interested, please sign up and I will put you on the access excusal date for the date that you sign up for.

 

Please fill out this form by Tuesday 11:59 PM to be excused for access!

 

Link: https://goo.gl/forms/h2fswf0agLwhmNzX2 (if the link doesn't work, please copy and paste it into another tab). 

 

If you are a DVHS DECA Member: In order to receive your 3 ACP, you must arrive on time, stay throughout the course of the discussion, and actively contribute!

 

If you are an FBLA Member: The same rules above apply, and you will receive 2 MAP Points!

 

Dates:

Wednesday (Jan 31) - Lazar Classroom (1104)
Thursday (Feb 1) - Amini Classroom (1116)

 

Thanks,

Rithik Rajani

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Posted by: Rithik Rajani
Published: 1/29/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Model United Nations, MedShare, Key Club, Team HBV and Homepage

Fill out this short survey to show how YOU take a selfie! There will be options to upload your own selfies, so do that for a chance to be in the yearbook!

 

Thanks!

Sophia Doss

DVHS Yearbook 2017-2018

 

 

(use this link if the one below doesn't work https://goo.gl/forms/0abLyBEcE9wLyFS12)

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Posted by: Sophia Doss
Published: 1/29/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Do you want to be in the yearbook? 

 

Then send some photos of you and your friends to the yearbook! The more the better! It can be a selfie, a posed group shot, whatever works for you! 

 

Easy steps for sending photos to the yearbook:

1) Make sure the photo is HIGH QUALITY (please don't send crusty or low quality photos... they will NOT be put into the yearbook.)

2) Send the photo to either dh.keng2@students.srvusd.net OR dh.ihsu@students.srvusd.net

 

 

DVHS Yearbook Triumph Staff 17-18

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Posted by: Ingrid Hsu
Published: 1/29/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Physics Olympiad, Mu Alpha Theta -- MATH CLUB, Key Club, Computer Science Club and Homepage

Join Mayor Bill Clarkson and other innovators at the inaugural San Ramon Hackathon on April 7th! Jointly organized by the City, Green Apple Education Foundation, and BRIIA, this hackathon will focus on improving Emergency Preparedness with innovative ideas and apps.

 

In the past year, there have been numerous natural disasters in California, including fires, earthquakes, and mudslides, and we need to be better prepared for such emergencies. Bring your creative mind and collaborate with teammates to work on this challenge -- and win cool prizes while having fun! This event is open to all Bay Area residents, including adults and high school students.

 

More info and registration at http://sanramonhackathon.org.

 

Contact Anson Hu on loopmail if you have further questions.

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Posted by: Anson Hu
Published: 1/28/18




Audience: Access Site, Art 5 Adv Site, Art 1 Site, AP Studio Art: Drawing & Design Site, Teachers, Students, Parents, Archived Pages for Mrs. Wengel, Grade 08, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12, Homepage, Art 2 Site, Staff, Principals, Assistant Principals, Sys Admins, Associates, Afterschool Professionals, Homepage, Tutor Site, Kelsey Wengel and Teacher Aide Site


 

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Posted by: Kelsey Wengel
Published: 1/26/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Seniors!

 

This year's senior trip to Disneyland is May 11-12. Attached you will find the flyer and registration form. USA Student Travel handles all payments and registration. This year space is limited to a maximum of 600 students!

 

There is still room available to sign up. You must pay the total amount and be registered by March 9th, the final payment day.

 

In order to attend the trip, you must do the following:

* Fill out the registration form and make payment(s) (Online is preferable). 

* Turn in a signed copy of the DVHS Code of Conduct to the Leadership Room (4102 - there will be a folder labeled DISNEYLAND outside of the door) or to Mrs. Vaiana.

* Turn in a signed copy of the DVHS Permission Form to the Leadership Room (4102 - there will be a folder labeled DISNEYLAND outside of the door) or to Mrs. Vaiana.

 

**THE CODE OF CONDUCT FORM AND THE DVHS PERMISSION FORM ARE DUE 2/1**

 

Please read the flyer carefully, before sending any questions to Mrs. Vaiana or your senior officers. Contact USA Student Travel for any payment questions.

 

Contact senior class president Ashley Chough with any questions.

 

-

Mrs. Vaiana & the senior officers

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Posted by: Ashley Chough
Published: 1/25/18




Audience: CSF, Physics Olympiad, DVHS Biology Club, Mu Alpha Theta -- MATH CLUB, DVHS Quiz Bowl, Team Fox, National Honor Society (NHS), Science Alliance, Homepage, PVSA, DECA, Speech And Debate and Homepage

Hey everyone!

 

The yearbook picture for Engineering Club will be this Tuesday 1/30 during lunch. Meet in front of the awkward steps at 12:55. Thanks!

 

Hope to See You There!

     - Your Officers

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Posted by: Sahil Mehta
Published: 1/24/18




Audience: CSF, EESY To Change, Model United Nations, Sankara Eye Foundation 2016-2017, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), UNICEF, Homepage, Build a School, Colors for Charity, Save the Bay Club, Investment Club, Red Cross Club, Newspaper Club - Wildcat Tribune and Homepage

Hey CSF!

We will be having our first meeting of the semester this Wednesday (1/24) and Thursday (1/25) during lunch in the aux gym. Wednesday is for our Freshmen and Juniors while Thursday is for our Sophomores and Seniors. As a reminder to our new members, club meetings are MANDATORY for all CSF members.

In terms of membership, attached below is the final membership list for this semester. If your name is in orange, that means that you have not filled out Part 2 of the CSF application. This MUST be done for active membership or you will be removed from the membership list by the end of the week.

CSF Spring 2018 Membership List: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1EBb2zquq2ntgDcCIjaZZhIoA0taCBVM86BeNVKyleoc/edit?usp=sharing

IMPORTANT REMINDERS:
-If you cannot attend your respective class’s meeting, please attend the other one.

-If your name is in red or orange and you would like to contest your membership status, attend your respective class meeting this week, fill out the appeals form below, and send your class officer a reminder loop mail.

CSF Appeals Form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeAK8X6r8s3h0OMa7zKhVLRZlL6NDZeam9L1T-gzCSZzL_ZQA/viewform?usp=sf_link

Thanks,
David Jung and Tanaya Bhakat
Co-CSF Presidents 2017-2018

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Posted by: David Jung
Published: 1/22/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Spring Sports tryouts begin Monday Feb. 5th - student need to go to the athletics page for information on how to register. 

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Posted by: Nechia Miller
Published: 1/22/18




Audience: CSF, Model United Nations, Care for the Bay Club, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), Indian Student Association (ISA), National Honor Society (NHS), Science Alliance, Chess Club, Future Practicing Physician's Network (FPPN), UNICEF, Homepage, ConnectED, DECA, Science Bowl, Speech And Debate, Future Physicians of America (FPA), Computer Science Club, DVHS Research Club, Investment Club, Junior Civitan, Red Cross Club and Homepage

Have a love for business and entrepreneurship? Love beating the competition and winning plaques? Want to show off your public speaking and presentation skills?

 

Next Friday, January 26th, from 3:30-7 PM at the DVHS Commons, DVHS DECA will be hosting the Tri-Valley Innovation Conference, a conference that focuses on business fundamentals as well as a featured mock Shark Tank event!

 

The conference is free of charge and for all DVHS students (not just DECA members!). We are also providing a dinner of pizza and refreshments for $5. We highly encourage everyone and anyone with even a slight interest in business or entrepreneurship to show up, as this is a great way to learn more about the business world and hone your public speaking skills!

 

Here is the link to sign up: tinyurl.com/trivalconference

If you have any questions, please feel free to message me or Gautham Pasupathy via FB Messenger or Loopmail.

 

Thanks!

Akshat Jain

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Posted by: Akshat Jain
Published: 1/22/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

The first meeting of the year is here!

 

Our meeting will be today Monday, 1/22, after school in Mrs. Barahona's room (3204).

 

Feel free to send me (Akil Iyer) a LoopMail with any questions you may have.

 

Hope to see you there!
- Quiz Bowl Officers

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Posted by: Cheryl Mattingly
Published: 1/21/18




Audience: Homepage, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12 and Homepage

FIRST, EITHER

1. Come to Room 1205 to request a tutor & access pass in person OR

2. Fill out this google form request and Ms. Decker will put you on the ACCESS Google list!

 

THEN:

Come to Room 1205 at the start of the ACCESS period you signed up for, where a tutor will be waiting for you!

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Posted by: Rachel Decker
Published: 1/19/18




Audience: Meetings / Minutes / Newsletters, Cheryl Mattingly, PTSA, DVHS Music Fund Meeting, Technology, DVHS Staff Resources, Spirit Squad, College and Career Center, Education Fund, Athletic Boosters, Student Support Resources, Spring Sports, Wildcat Sports, Staff Resources, Departments, Academics, Music Boosters Fund, Homepage, Counseling, DVHS Student Clubs, Administration Office, About, Students, Academic Planning, Testing, Fall Sports, Parents, Winter Sports, Homepage, Athletics, Programs, Fundraisers and Staff

If you ordered a senior panoramic photo, please pick it up at the front desk in the admin building.  Any questions?  Contact Studio One Photography (925) 361-0430.

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Posted by: Cheryl Mattingly
Published: 1/19/18




Audience: CSF, Model United Nations, Care for the Bay Club, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), Indian Student Association (ISA), National Honor Society (NHS), Science Alliance, Chess Club, Future Practicing Physician's Network (FPPN), UNICEF, Homepage, ConnectED, DECA, Science Bowl, Speech And Debate, Future Physicians of America (FPA), Computer Science Club, DVHS Research Club, Investment Club, Junior Civitan, Red Cross Club and Homepage

Have a love for business and entrepreneurship? Love beating the competition and winning plaques? Want to show off your public speaking and presentation skills?

 

Next Friday, January 26th, from 4-7 PM, DVHS DECA will be hosting the Tri-Valley Innovation Conference for all DVHS students (not just DECA members!) at the DVHS Commons, a conference that focuses on business fundamentals as well as a featured mock Shark Tank event!

 

The conference is free of charge and we are also providing a dinner of pizza and refreshments for $5. We highly encourage everyone and anyone with even a slight interest in business or entrepreneurship to show up, as this is a great way to learn more about the business world and hone your public speaking skills!

 

Here is the link to sign up: tinyurl.com/trivalconference

If you have any questions, please feel free to message me or Gautham Pasupathy via FB Messenger or Loopmail.

 

Thanks!

Akshat Jain

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Posted by: Akshat Jain
Published: 1/19/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

The Wildcat Tribune is asking you: What's your New Year's resolution? What are you looking forward to in 2018? What are your 2018 goals?

 

Film a quick video of yourself (or a friend) answering these questions about this new year (horizontally, so that the video fills the screen if you are using your phone) and submit them by emailing wildcattribunestaff@gmail.com!

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Posted by: Sarah Kim
Published: 1/18/18




Audience: Access Site, Art 5 Adv Site, Art 1 Site, AP Studio Art: Drawing & Design Site, Teachers, Students, Parents, Archived Pages for Mrs. Wengel, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12, Homepage, Art 2 Site, Staff, Principals, Assistant Principals, Sys Admins, Associates, Afterschool Professionals, Homepage, Tutor Site, Kelsey Wengel and Teacher Aide Site


All designs on attached link. Pay at bookkeepers office with printed order form. 

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Posted by: Kelsey Wengel
Published: 1/18/18




Audience: CSF, Team Automotive 2017-2018, Homepage, DECA, Speech And Debate, Kids Against Hunger and Homepage

We hope you all had a great winter break. We will be having an interest meeting next week Thursday 1/25/18 in room 4205 to address some new information regarding our club. Please be sure to attend this meeting.

 

Some changes that we plan to make for this semester:

 

1. One meeting per month to accommodate everyone's needs

2. We will focus on systems programming (Rust) which involves programming at a lower level and using more sophisticated computer science concepts. This means that instead of focusing on higher level concepts (such as server side programming) we will try and reduce the amount of set up for each workshop to create a more interactive experience

3. We are planning to host larger events such as Hackathons, Networking Events, Idea challenges and meet ups with various entrepreneurs and important people in the tech industry.

4. After receiving feedback from our workshops last year, we are planning to minimize set up to allow for more time towards programming and learning new concepts

5. We will be increasing our presence on social media

6. We are going to start providing various resources to help in guiding our members towards a better understanding of programming.

 

We hope to have a new fresh start to this year with a revised schedule and new curriculum and look forward to meeting you all next week.

 

Join our facebook group at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1552713218099193/

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Posted by: Faris Bokhari
Published: 1/17/18




Audience: CSF, Homepage, Key Club and Homepage

Please vote for the 2018 Super Bowl winner in the google form below. Your vote will be included in the Super Bowl poll on the sports page of the Wildcat Tribune January issue.

 

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf2II3hvSBsqYwBr2yhhLPYRNRZTXRmIKP1g5aFcfxZXQ7eZA/viewform

 

Thanks,

Ronit Kumar

Wildcat Tribune Sports Editor

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Posted by: Ronit Kumar
Published: 1/17/18




Audience: Homepage, Young Entrepreneurs Club and Homepage

TELL THE ASPIRING ENTREPRENEURS AT YOUR SCHOOL ABOUT LAUNCHX

LaunchX Summer gives high school students the skills and mindset to launch real companies.

Dear educator,

As you kick off 2018 in your school, you're probably beginning to plan for the the end of the academic year. And, so are your students.

If you have passionate, impact-oriented students at your school who are interested in innovation and entrepreneurship, let them know that the deadline to apply to LaunchX Summer is February 20th.

Here's some content to share with students on your school website:

LaunchX Summer supports high school students through the process of launching an actual startup.

Join a highly-curated group of promising teen entrepreneurs from around the globe for this one month program. Living on-campus at a top university, you'll learn from industry experts and work in a group of peer cofounders to build real products and solve business challenges in viable ways.

Over the course of a month, you'll follow a step-by-step process to launch your startup—identifying business opportunities, conducting market research, prototyping and testing your product, building company operations, and selling. The program culminates in Demo Day, where you'll pitch your company for friends, family, and a panel of startup mentors to get feedback to continue your growth.

Best wishes,
The LaunchX Team

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Posted by: James Snavely
Published: 1/17/18




Audience: CSF, UNICEF, Homepage, Harry Potter Alliance, Colors for Charity, WiSTEM, Future Physicians of America (FPA), DV Harmonics, Project SmARTS, STEMinist, Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hi everyone, 

 

Next Wednesday at lunch is our January FPA meeting! Come to Ms. Amini's Room 1118 to hear more information about the upcoming Stanford Field Trip as well as some club updates. Hope to see you all there. 

 

FPA Officers 

2017-2018 

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Posted by: Saishruti Adusumilli
Published: 1/17/18




Audience: CSF, EESY To Change, Model United Nations, DVHS Special Olympics Club, InVenture, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), National Honor Society (NHS), Science Alliance, Homepage, Colors for Charity, Cloud Gazing Society, Greenpeace: San Ramon, DECA, Y.E.N. Youth Empowering Nations Club, Key Club, Future Physicians of America (FPA), Red Cross Club and Homepage

Friendly reminder that the NorCal Special Olympics teams are looking for dedicated volunteers to assist them in selected sports! This is a great way to stay in shape, meet new people and earn plenty of consistent volunteer hours. 

 

Basketball season is here! Sign up for any practice dates or ask further questions by loopmailing any SPOLY officer. 

 

 

BASKETBALL

 

Iron Horse Middle School (12601 Alcosta Blvd. San Ramon, CA 94583) 

- Sundays 9:00-11:00am on January 7, 14, 21, 28 or February 4, 11, 18, 25

 

Community Presbyterian Church (222 W. El Pintado Road Danville, CA 94526)

- Levels 3 & 4: Tuesdays 6:30-8:30pm on January 9, 16, 23, 30 or February 6, 13, 20, 27

- Levels 4 & 5: Thursdays 6:30-8:30pm on January 11, 18, 25 or February 8, 15, 22 or March 1

 

Walnut Creek Presbyterian Church (1801 Lacassie Ave.
Walnut Creek, CA 94597)

- Saturdays 10:00am-12:00pm on January 6, 13, 20, 27 or February 4, 11, 18, 25

 

Cornerstone School (1745 E 18th St. Antioch, CA 94509)

- Sundays 2:00-3:30pm on January 7, 14, 21, 28 or February 4, 11, 18, 25

 

NorCal Courts (360 Ferry St. Martinez, CA 94553)

- Fridays 5:00-6:00pm on January 12, 19, 26 or February 2, 9, 16, 23

 

Hilltop YMCA (4300 Lakeside Dr. Richmond, CA 94806)

- Sundays 9:30am-12:30pm on January 7, 14, 21, 28 or February 4, 11, 18, 25

 

Basketball competition is on Saturday, March 3rd at Amador Valley High School from 8am-5pm. Volunteer at any time segment between 8am-5pm at your own convenience.   

 

Thank you!

 

-SPOLY Officers

Shreya Swaminathan, Ananya Gupta, Amy Yao, Anisha Poola, Nikhil Nagarajan

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Posted by: Amy Yao
Published: 1/16/18




Audience: CSF, UNICEF, Homepage, Build a School, Young Entrepreneurs Club, Future Physicians of America (FPA), Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hey DVHS Red Cross, 

 

We will be hosting a CDE Training on January 24th (Wednesday) during lunch in Mr.Mulhauser's room (2101). This event is worth 0.5 hours and is a great way to learn how to react and respond to disaster. Please RSVP at this link: https://goo.gl/forms/TZ5wwEjUWWxbTrrh1.

 

Please contact Rabail Abbas if you have any questions, comments, or concerns.

 

Thanks, 
Rabail Abbas 
Co-President 
DVHS Red Cross

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Posted by: Rabail Abbas
Published: 1/14/18




Audience: Homepage, Young Entrepreneurs Club and Homepage

Happy New Year! Thank you for your past support of the Berkeley Business Academy for Youth program. Last summer, Grace Lu attended the Entrepreneurship session and can share her experience with you and students. I am writing to inform you that the 2018 application process is now open.  This is the time to share with your students so they can write the essay and request recommendations from teachers. 

Berkeley Business Academy for Youth (B-BAY) is an intensive and stimulating program where students are introduced to the fundamental principles of business, entrepreneurship, teamwork and leadership and are challenged to critically think outside the box to analyzing a business case or create a business plan for a product or service.  Students have the unique opportunity to collaborate with Haas faculty, PhD students, guests from corporate America and international and domestic peers with the same or similar interests. This is an opportunity for them to exchange ideas and create meaningful friendships that allow for a rewarding summer experience. This is a great opportunity for your students to spend their summer having fun while learning on the number 1 public US  university campus.

Upon completion of the program, students will receive a certificate from Berkeley Haas School of Business.  Students who are interested in business, in attending UC Berkeley, members of DECA or FBLA clubs are ideal students to apply to the program. Please visit our web site at www.haas.berkeley.edu/businessacademy for more information and share the link with your students.

The 2018 middle school Entrepreneurship session will be held June 17-29, 2018.  The high school  Entrepreneurship and Critical Thinking, Problem Solving and Creativity sessions will  be held July 7 - August 4, 2018. 

Looking forward to your response

Olive

Keep it real!

Ms. Olive Davis

Director, Berkeley Business Academy for Youth (B-BAY)

Institute for Business and Social Impact

Haas School of Business

University of California, Berkeley

www.haas.berkeley.edu/businessacademy

510-643-0923

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Posted by: James Snavely
Published: 1/12/18




Audience: CSF, Sankara Eye Foundation 2016-2017, Science Alliance, Homepage, Girls Who Code 2017/2018, ConnectED, WiSTEM, MedShare, Key Club, Computer Science Club, eSTEAMed, Project SmARTS and Homepage

Are you interested in being featured in the yearbook? If you send in pictures of you and your friends (can be anything - selfies, Halloween pictures, brick wall pictures, etc.) you have an 87% chance of having your face at the beginning of your class's section in the yearbook. 

 

Just fill out this google form: https://goo.gl/forms/uqNekOm7Rwz4KT513

 

Thanks!

DVHS Yearbook Staff

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Posted by: Samishka Narasimhan
Published: 1/11/18




Audience: CSF, EESY To Change, Model United Nations, Sankara Eye Foundation 2016-2017, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), UNICEF, Homepage, Build a School, Colors for Charity, Save the Bay Club, Investment Club, Red Cross Club, Newspaper Club - Wildcat Tribune and Homepage

Hi CSF!

 

While you’re filling out your Semester 2 Applications, feel free to help our CSF Officer Board design a new club t-shirt! Every year CSF holds a T-shirt design contest that is open for all of our members. Once all submissions are in, we will narrow down options and have our club body vote for the design that they want. 

 

We recommend that you use http://www.customink.com/ as your creative outlet. Please send your designs to dvhighcsf@gmail.com by January 25th at midnight

 

Once you have sent in your design, make sure to fill out the form below so that we can track who has submitted their designs. For all those interested in designing a t-shirt, please feel free to browse through some of the previous years’ designs on the Google Form below. We’re looking forward to reviewing all of your ideas! 

 

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdr7dPIpsvcB1WlSeEVTz4PvZaA9ey9XB6VLalRe7vAqxttNw/viewform

 

Sincerely,

Your CSF Officer Team ’17-’18

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Posted by: David Jung
Published: 1/10/18




Audience: Homepage, Webmasters and Homepage

SAVE THE DATE! The San Ramon Valley Education Foundation is proud to offer it's first ever Imagineering Hackathon. The event will be hosted at California High School on January 27th. Registration for the event is free and will open on Wednesday, January 10 at 6 p.m. Only 60 spots will be available, so register quick. This event is open to all middle and high school SRVUSD students. All coding levels welcome. Prizes for winning Hacks!!

Registration page – www.bit.ly/srvef_imagineering

#SRVEFHACK

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Posted by: Meaghan K, District Admin, San Ramon Valley Unified School District
Published: 1/10/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

There is an informational meeting for the Men's Tennis Team scheduled for January 17th during lunch. All returning and prospective players are required to attend. The location for the meeting will be posted shortly. 

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Posted by: Shawn Jiang
Published: 1/9/18




Audience: Homepage, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12 and Homepage
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Posted by: Rachel Decker
Published: 1/9/18




Audience: CSF, Physics Olympiad, Mu Alpha Theta -- MATH CLUB, DVHS Quiz Bowl, Writer's Circle: Seasons Magazine, National Honor Society (NHS), Chess Club, Homepage, ChemClub, DVHS Library Student Volunteers 2018-2019 & CSF, History Bowl, Team HBV, Computer Science Club, Dougherty Valley Terra Club and Homepage

Hi Wildcats!

 

Looking for a headstart to the semester? Luckily, the next block of CSF tutoring will occur from 1/17 (next week's Wednesday) to 3/29! Tutoring will take place during Access and afterschool in the library from 3:15 to 4:15 Mondays through Thursdays.

 

To sign up, please fill out the following Google form by 11:59 PM on 1/13, this Saturday.

 

https://goo.gl/AGbyGN

 

Offered subjects are listed on the above google form. Note that regular, APs, and honors courses are available.

If you have any questions, feel free to loopmail me.

 

Sincerely,

Jeffrey Khau

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Posted by: Jeffrey Khau
Published: 1/7/18




Audience: CSF, UNICEF, Homepage, Build a School, Young Entrepreneurs Club, Future Physicians of America (FPA), Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hey DVHS Red Cross!

 

Please remember that DVHS Red Cross hours are due on January 15th, 2018 at 5:00 PM (no exceptions).

Attached are the instructions to turn in your forms. Keep in mind that club meetings are worth 0.5 hours each and that we have posted many events and hosted a number of fundraisers over the past semester, and you are responsible for going to enough events/participating in fundraisers to complete the minimum hours required (3 hours per semester).

Please utilize the instructions and feel free to contact Rabail Abbas or Bryan Kim if you have any questions, comments, or concerns.

 

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1hg0AG8ulHuajmsgzXWFEYfkYEajIHuXhyTG2L52uNSI/edit?usp=sharing

 

Thanks,

DVHS Red Cross Officers 2017-2018

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Posted by: Rabail Abbas
Published: 1/5/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Hey Dougherty!

 

Do you love to sing? Do you have lots of patriotism for our country? Then sign up to sing the National Anthem! No previous experience is needed:) 

 

12/14 Girls Soccer

12/14 Girls Basketball

12/19 Boys Soccer

12/21 Girls Soccer

12/21 Girls Basketball

12/21 Boys Basketball

1/9 Boys Basketball

1/19 Boys Basketball

1/25 Boys Soccer

1/25 Girls Basketball

1/27 Girls Basketball

1/30 Boys Soccer

2/1 Girls Soccer

2/2 Boys Basketball

 

Please email Luisa Taverna on schooloop or luisataverna@gmail.com in order to sing. Thanks Dougherty!

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Posted by: Cheryl Mattingly
Published: 12/13/17




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

SAT Biology Practice Tests (E and M)

 

Both tests are free of cost, but I have limited number of tests and they are available to anyone who wants to take this test on a first-come, first-serve basis.  Any student in grade 9-12 can take these tests.  You do not have to be in a Biology/AP Biology class in order to take this test.  You do not need to sign-up, just show up on time.

 

Test Location: Room 2109

 

Test Dates:

SAT Biology Test (E): Wed, 12/13 after school (3:15-4:15 pm)

SAT Biology Test (M): Fri, 12/15 after school (3:15-4:15 pm)

 

Please read more details about the Tests below:

SAT Subject Tests are highly reliable, globally recognized college admission and course placement exams.  

 

https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/sat-subject-tests/subjects/science/biology-em

 

Contact Minu Basu with questions:  mbasu@srvusd.net

 

SAT Biology PreTests:

 

The College Board has invited us to participate in the pretest program for the SAT® Subject Test in Biology.

 

This program offers the opportunity for you to practice answering questions like those you would see on an actual college admission test in biology.

 

The College Board pretests questions for the SAT Subject Tests to ensure that the questions included on each edition of an official, administered SAT Subject Test are fair and appropriate for high school students. Statistical analyses of the student responses to each of the pretest questions, along with other rigorous review processes, help determine the usefulness and appropriate level of difficulty for each question and, ultimately, whether a question should become part of future editions of the test.

 

The pretest consists of approximately 65 test questions in Biology and will be administered during class time (45 minutes).

 

You do not have to study or prepare for this pretest.

 

You will receive your score (percent correct).  Your score will not affect your grade in any class in any way whatsoever.  This is solely for your information purposes only.  The practice you will get by taking the pretest will benefit you. This will also serve as a review of Biology concepts and good practice for the Biology Finals and the AP Biology Exam.

 

 

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Posted by: Cheryl Mattingly
Published: 12/8/17




Audience: CSF, Homepage, ConnectED, Model United Nations, ARK - Acts of Random Kindness and Homepage

If you are late to school, or if you are funny, then answer this survey for a chance to be in the yearbook:

 

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Posted by: Nathan Wang
Published: 12/5/17




Audience: CSF, DVHS Biology Club, Mu Alpha Theta -- MATH CLUB, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), Team Fox, Make a Wish, National Honor Society (NHS), Homepage, Girls Who Code 2017/2018, ConnectED, VIP Campaign, ARK - Acts of Random Kindness, DECA, Team HBV, Special Olympics, Red Cross Club and Homepage

Hello!
Dougherty Valley will be hosting a TEDxTalk in March and wants YOU to give a speech! This talk will be a great opportunity to share ideas on the topic of endurance.

 

The theme is "The Marathon.” What drives society forward? (Some guiding questions: Is it relationships? Deadlines? Technology? Curiosity?) Be creative!

 

If you're interested in giving a speech, please fill out this google form by December 8th, 2017 at 11:59 pm!

 

Feel free to submit as many ideas as you would like, but just remember to be very detailed and clear about your idea!

 

Remember: TED Talks are multidisciplinary, focused on the power of ideas to change attitudes, lives, and ultimately, the world. For more information, please check out TEDx on their website!

 

TO APPLY: https://goo.gl/forms/LlV6WIi5BMoWIJT23

 

Best,
TEDx Team

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Posted by: Jennifer Choi
Published: 12/4/17




Audience: Homepage, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12 and Homepage

See Ms. Decker in room 1205 for a prize. 

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Posted by: Rachel Decker
Published: 11/28/17




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Due to circumstances beyond our control, the Red Cross blood drive scheduled for Nov. 28 was canceled.

 

Hey DVHS Red Cross, 

 

If you are able to donate blood and are interested, Dougherty Valley Leadership is hosting a blood drive on November 28th. The forms for the blood drive are due tomorrow (November 27th) during Lunch at the Blood Drive Table in the Quad. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please contact Raneen Abu Amara, (925) 548-4951.

 

Best Regards, 
DVHS Red Cross Officers

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Posted by: Cheryl Mattingly
Published: 11/26/17




Audience: CSF, Physics Olympiad, Mu Alpha Theta -- MATH CLUB, DVHS Quiz Bowl, Writer's Circle: Seasons Magazine, National Honor Society (NHS), Chess Club, Homepage, ChemClub, DVHS Library Student Volunteers 2018-2019 & CSF, History Bowl, Team HBV, Computer Science Club, Dougherty Valley Terra Club and Homepage

Hi Wildcats!

 

Need to clutch that next test or final?

 

You're in luck, as the next block of CSF tutoring will occur from this 11/27 to 12/18! Tutoring will take place during Access in classrooms and afterschool in the library from

3:15 to 4:15 Mondays through Thursdays in the library.

 

To sign up, please fill out the following Google form by 11/30, next Friday.

 

https://goo.gl/AGbyGN

 

Offered subjects are listed on the above google form. Note that APs and honors courses are now available.


If you have any questions, feel free to loopmail me.

 

Sincerely,
Jeffrey Khau

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Posted by: Jeffrey Khau
Published: 11/25/17




Audience: Homepage

Interested in performing in the upcoming winter rally? Showcase your talent by signing up for the talent show! Click the link below to submit your performance! Can't wait to see all the talent DV has to offer!

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Posted by: Charley Okmin
Published: 11/16/17




Audience: Bollybeatz, Club HEART, Community Outreach, Computer Science Club, ConnectED, CSF, Dougherty Valley Terra Club, DVHS Biology Club, DVHS HOSA Chapter, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), Future Physicians of America (FPA), Girls Who Code 2017/2018, Key Club, Kids Against Hunger, Mu Alpha Theta -- MATH CLUB, National Honor Society (NHS), Neuroscience Club, Newspaper Club - Wildcat Tribune, Red Cross Club, Speech And Debate, Technovation Club, WiSTEM, Writer's Circle: Seasons Magazine and Homepage

Sweater weather is better weather! 

Stay warm and help support the National English Honor Society (NEHS) by buying a sweater! You are not required to buy one as a member, but you will receive 1 point if you do!

The deadline to order is FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17

 

Order form link: https://goo.gl/forms/607rokIUrhkfH6Uy1

 

 


 

 

 

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Posted by: Anahita Pochiraju
Published: 11/15/17




Audience: Homepage

Hey Class of 2021! Print out this form, attach the money to it, and return it to the bookkeeper's office by December 1st to order your Class Spirit Wear!

 

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1jE3ZRY5eRj-JrURd3c0wH8f7gio2Mc38zYV70NBS7tY/edit?usp=sharing

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