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Welcome to the Wolf-Tones Website

Wolf-Tones (officially known as the SRVHS Instrumental Music Foundation) is the music booster group for San Ramon Valley High School supporting the long and illustrious history of instrumental music we are so fortunate to have at this school!

 

 

Complete/Update District Online Volunteer Registration

Please update or create your volunteer registration with Be A Mentor today! Parents interested in helping on campus, at games and parades, chaperoning on field trips, or driving students MUST have the appropriate clearance for SRVHS.  We do check these clearances for every event.  To update your information or to register, please go to the SRVUSD Volunteer website, click on the “parents and students” tab and follow the volunteer info link.  It’s easy and relatively quick.

 

 

Japan – June 2019 Instrumental Music Tour!

Instrumental Music Families,

SRV Instrumental Music together with Monte Vista Instrumental Music are going on tour to Japan this summer!

Please join us and World Projects (our travel guides) on Tuesday, August 21 @ 7:00 pm in the music room where the details of this amazing life changing experience of exploring Japan with music will be presented.

All music ensembles (orchestra, symphonic/concert, jazz, and marching) are welcome.

You are also invited to join Monte Vista on Monday, August 20 @ 7:15 pm in the music room if you are not available for the Tuesday meeting at SRV.

We hope to see both parents and students at the meeting!

Please contact Mrs. Glass and/or Carol Ohara (tclmohara@gmail.com) with any questions.

Click here for flyer!

See you at the meeting!

Mrs. Glass and Carol Ohara

 

Wolf-Tones Monthly Update – August 2018

It’s almost that time again…hard to believe summer break is coming to an end. Here’s a glimpse of what’s coming up in the Instrumental Music World:

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

8/2 & 8/8/18 – Wolf-Pack Registration from 1- 6pm in the aux gym

Wolf-Tones will be present to answer your questions and gather updated contact information. We encourage families to make class donations and purchase Wolf-Tones memberships via Future Fund, as it helps us to best capture necessary membership and class data. We’ll also have car magnets for sale ($5), as well as spring concert  CD’s and DVD’s ($10)

 

8/6-8/9/18Marching Band Camp from 8:30am-2:30pm

Meet at the Instrumental Music Room with your instrument, lyre, sunscreen, water & lunch.  Veteran members should bring their marching shoes and pants for uniform fittings beginning Monday 8/6.  New members will be fitted by the end of camp.  Be prepared to have fun!!!  Freshmen will be excused for new student orientation (8/9), but are asked to return to camp once orientation is complete.

 

8/6/18 – First Wolf-Tones Board meeting at 7pm in the Instrumental Music Room.

All welcome to attend, meet your board and Mrs. Glass, and hear about program business.

 

8/9/18 – Welcome Back BBQ from 5:30-7:30 in the area between the PAC and the Commons

An annual tradition…come meet old friends and new while enjoying some great food!

  

8/13/18 – First day of school! (Minimum Day)

8/14/18 – Back to School Night, time 6:30pm

 

8/21/18 – Japan 2019 Tour Information Meeting – 7:00pm Instrumental Music Room

SRV Instrumental Music together with Monte Vista Instrumental Music are going on tour to Japan this summer!

Please join us and World Projects (our travel guides) on Tuesday, August 21 @ 7:00 pm in the music room where the details of this amazing life changing experience of exploring Japan with music will be presented.

All music ensembles (orchestra, symphonic/concert, jazz, and marching) are welcome.

You are also invited to join Monte Vista on Monday, August 20 @ 7:15 pm in the music room if you are not available for the Tuesday meeting at SRV.

We hope to see both parents and students at the meeting!

Please contact Mrs. Glass and/or Carol Ohara (tclmohara@gmail.com) with any questions.

Click here for flyer!

See you at the meeting!

Mrs. Glass and Carol Ohara

 

8/24/18 – First Football Game SRV vs. Monterey Trail HS

We hope to see many Instrumental music families come out to support our SRVHS wolves!  Please navigate to the Marching Ensemble page for more details on how you can help!

 

8/25/18 – First Car Wash Fundraiser

The Wolf-Tones Car Wash is one of our Instrumental Music Program’s biggest [and easiest] fundraisers of the year.  Funds raised are all profit to our music program.

This car wash benefits all of the SRVHS Instrumental Music Programs.  Funds raised pay for sheet music, instrument purchases, and so much more.

Click here to sign up and volunteer to help out!

 

 

NEWS & OPPORTUNITIES

    • Several key volunteer positions are available if you’re looking for a way to be more involved with Wolf-Tones! Open positions include Assistant Food Coordinator, Spring Invitational Band & Orchestra Festival Coordinator, Spring Banquet Coordinator, and partners to work with our fantastic Website Manager and Historian/Photographers.  All of these roles are essential to our programs, and we cannot continue our terrific services without them. Detailed job descriptions can be found on the website under “About Wolf-Tones/volunteer opportunities.” These are all rewarding positions and there are many folks available to help you succeed in the role.

 

    • You’ll have an opportunity to sign up to host pre-game dinners, volunteer at football games and festivals, etc. at the Welcome Back BBQ and Back to School Night.

 

  • If you haven’t already listened to the spring concerts, free downloads are available here

 

 

A ROUND OF APPLAUSE FOR

    • Thank you to Jennifer Cyrnak (Wolf-Tones Secretary) , Gabrielle Middleton (Communications Coordinator)and the Lacey Family (Marching Band Trailer Drivers) for volunteering to fill these very important roles.

 

  • The Marching Ensemble, Mrs. Glass, Mrs. Ferreira and Alumni for their 4th of July parade performance! Special thanks also to the Kiwanis Club for their generous donation to the Instrumental Music Program.

 

 

 

 

General News

Remember eScrip and AmazonSmile!

When doing your Holiday shopping this year, don’t forget to help support SRVHS Wolf-Tones financially by taking advantage of eScrip and Amazon Smile to raise funds without any additional expense for you. Your family and friends can help too!

escrip

Use eScrip when shopping locally or online to earn money for Wolf-Tones. When you use eScrip’s Online Mall their online retailers give you savings, plus up to 16% back to Wolf-Tones. It features hundreds of stores, including eBay, and major department stores like Macy’s.

Follow these simple steps to start earning money for Wolf-Tones now:

  1. Log on to eScrip.com using your existing eScrip account if you have one or go to escrip.com and click on “sign-up” and follow directions to create an account.
  2. Enter “SRVHS” in as the name of the Schools or Nonprofit to support. Select “SRVHS Wolf Tones”.
  3. Bookmark shopping.escrip.com and use it every time you shop online.
  4. Or instead of having to shop from the eScrip Mall: From shopping.escrip.com, you can download and install eScrip’s “ForgetMeNot” app on your browser. Once it’s installed you’ll be reminded automatically whenever you’re shopping with a merchant who gives back. Simply click on the eScrip banner that will appear at the top of the web page to earn for Wolf-Tones. It’s free and is easy to install. ForgetMeNot works for most merchants, however some merchants, like Amazon, Target and Home Depot require you to visit the Online Mall before you shop to earn with them.

For additional contributions to Wolf-Tones when shopping or eating out locally, follow the instructions on eScrip to register your existing credit/debit cards.

If you’re a Lucky’s Supermarket shopper, you can earn up to 3% from Lucky by registering at www.escrip.com/shares.

 

amazonsmile

For those of you who shop at Amazon.com, use AmazonSmile instead!  Your shopping experience will be just the same, using the same account information and shopping cart.  Amazon.com will then contribute 0.5% of your eligible purchases.  Follow these simple steps to start earning money for SRVHS Wolf-Tones:

  1. Logon to smile.amazon.com using your existing Amazon account.
  2. If this is your first visit to smile.amazon.com, when you’re asked to choose your charity, simply enter “SRVHS” and select “Srvhs Instrumental Music Foundation”
  3. Bookmark smile.amazon.com and use it every time you shop at Amazon.

 

Don’t forget about the Corporate Matching Program

We need your help to DOUBLE YOUR DONATION!

If your company participates in Corporate Matching and you haven’t submitted your paperwork yet, please do it soon.  Last year we raised over $6,000 in matching funds (free money!) and we hope to do even better this year.  If you have questions please contact Marisa Martin.

Thank you so much for your continued support of our Instrumental Music Program!

 

Volunteer Reminders

As a reminder to everyone, in order to chaperone and/or drive students to music events you must register with Be A Mentor. If you haven’t already done it, get started now at SRVUSD Volunteer website.

 

Wolf-Tones Store:

Our Wolf-Tones store is now available.  You are able to purchase spirit wear, stickers, magnets and other instrumental music items.  Click here to enter our store.

 

Instrumental Music Donations:

Our music program is dependent on class donations to fund all our student activities.  Thank you to all the families who donated to our program during registration.  We are currently at 76% of our budgeted needs.  If you did not have a chance to make your donation please click here to go to our Donations Page for more information and to make your donation.

 

 

A Very Special “Thank You” to our
2017-2018 SRVHS Instrumental Music Donors

Amazon Smile Cheryl Yee Glass Panera Bread San Ramon
Carpet One San Ramon Hospice Thrift Shoppe Peet’s Coffee Danville
Chevron Image Concepts PG&E
Classic Graphics Jersey Mike’s Danville Plestchet Family
Jennifer Cyrnak Christine Lew San Ramon Valley Kiwanis Club
Danville Rotary Club Life Expressions Décor See’s Candy
Esin and Curtis deCarion/ Revel and Esin of Danville Lobsang/Tsai Family Starbucks Rose Garden
Dalenberg Family McElroy Family The Studio
Discover Danville Association James McWilliams Thermo Fisher Scientific
Freiman Family Musical Images Wisser Family
Connie Gazarian/
Rodan & Fields
Ohara Family Karen Young
Pandora