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Wolf Pack Weekly - Week of May 31, 2020

May 31, 2020

For Parents & Students



Virtual College Visits and Events:  All college admissions offices are evolving to online programs to help students learn about their campuses.  Students should reach out to colleges and get on their emailing lists to learn about up to date opportunities.  Anything we learn about we post on School Loop, so be sure keep checking all summer long!  We will be updating the "School Loop News" postings periodically throughout the summer. 

National Virtual College Fairs for fall 2020:  Mark your calendars for these 3 national virtual college fair dates. Sunday, Sept. 13, Monday, Oct. 12, and Sunday, Nov. 8. Details which will be posted here as they become available. 

Fall 2020 College Visits and Fairs at SRVHS:  Due to COVID-19 - Shelter in Place reasons, we do not have a confirmed plan for fall college visits and/or fairs.  We hope to be able to host these opportunities and will post details on Naviance as they evolve.  

COVID-19 Updates:  See our webpage on the SRVHS website.  We are posting noteworthy links including changes to testing, college admissions requirements and more.  


ALL Students:  In January 2020, the log in procedure changed.   You still need to use the Naviance (Student Login) link on the home page of the school website under "QUICKLINKS", but now that link takes you to your SRVUSD portal.  Your login for that "portal" is the same as your log in for your SRVHS/SRVUSD student email.  YOU CANNOT LOG IN ANY OTHER WAY! Your parents should use their (Naviance-Parent Login) link on the website as well, but their procedure has not changed.  Questions? Email Mrs. Schratz,  

GRADUATED SENIORS (class of 2020)

Congratulations to our graduated class of 2020!  We look forward to seeing you on June 2 at the Decision Day station at the Class of 2020 - Memory Drive! 

2020 Senior Awards:  Congratulations to these students for their department and school awards!

  • Mathematics:  Becka Baker, Kanishk Gupta, Morgan Cunningham, Miles Murdough, Skylar Wechsler
  • Science:  Ella Foster, Alyssa Krull, Lola Cinco, Grace Coleman, Lexi Nevis
  • Career & Technical Education:  Cole Blagg, Sherlie Cabillan, Josh Korngiebel, Amanda Moed, Colin Mullan, Carter Young
  • English:  Radhika Gawde, Mimi Janze, Dana Jian, Luke Miletich, Anne Marie Santich
  • Visual and Performing Arts:  Grace Gilroy, Victoria Grout, Evan Lacey, Georgia Pressley, Lily Candy, Calder Severson, Sarah O'Keeffe, Gowrtham Ananthan, Kelly Jian
  • World Language:  Valerie Bastea, Katie Robinson, Audrey Biekert, Joey Kerr
  • Physical Education:  Charles Nickelson
  • Social Studies:  Lauren Batza, Cole DiMaggio, Paul Fayet-Faber, Emily Wolfert
  • Special Education:  Akash Komanduri, Bryan Manriquez, Brooke Marich, Erika Reed, Michael Walsh
  • Scholar Athlete of the Year:  Paige Gerhart, Colin Moroney
  • Athlete of the Year:   Skyler Jones, Holden Neach
  • Principal's Award:  Jack Estes, Olivia Lee

College Plans: There is a lot in the news about college plans for fall; on campus/online/hybrid model?   Be sure to reach out to your specific campus to learn their plans.  Some may be offering opportunities to defer enrollment until spring semester, but it is not a "given". You must ask the college and follow their guidelines as to what you can do during that deferred semester or year. Many will not allow you to take college courses somewhere else, so be sure you know that college's procedure.  

Community College for Graduating Seniors:

(NEW) SENIORS - Class of 2021

See the school loop news posting with important details about planning for and applying to college!  

SAT and ACT testing dates have been changed and colleges are continuing to update their testing requirements!    Some colleges are becoming "test optional" in the admissions process for the class of 2021, but not all, so be sure to check the college websites to determine your testing plan!

  • ACT:  ACT testing website
  • SAT:  College Board website (New Sept. Date posted!)
  • Fair Test:  (list of "test optional" colleges and testing practices at others)


SUMMER ACTIVITIES:  Unfortunately, many summer programs have been postponed or cancelled, but there are many that have "gone virtual".  If you had signed up for a program (or had hoped to), be sure to explore that website again and learn if there might be a "virtual" option with more participation space.  Be creative in your summer exploration...while some "doors" may have been shut, others are opening to new opportunities.    


WORK PERMITS:  Until June 5th, if you need a work permit, please complete the work permit application/worksheet found on the district website, obtain your parent and employer signatures, and scan it to send to Mrs. Schratz,  After June 5, follow the instructions posted on the district website, as permits will need to be processed by Ms. Burrows in the SRVUSD office.


Need other help?  Send an email to Mrs. Schratz at or Mrs. Woerner at or via School Loop Mail. We will be checking email sporadically over the summer, so please be patient for your response. 

Stay healthy and have a wonderful summer!!  See you in August!  

Mrs. Schratz and Mrs. Woerner


Remember to check Naviance, School Loop News and follow us on Instagram at srvhs.collegeandcareer.  


The College & Career Center receives generous funding from SRVHS Academic Boosters, and we truly appreciate your support!