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From every membership, DVMS PTSA helps fund 

Curriculum materials not funded by the State/District as well as such items as:

  • Teacher Grants
  • Assemblies/Programs
  • Family Fun Events
  • Honorary Service Awards
  • Reflections
  • Student of the Month
  • 8th Grade Promotion Party

DVMS Newsletters

Want to update your list choices or email address: Click on the "Update Profile" link at the bottom  of an email we've sent you.


To add yourself to our email system, CLICK HERE to join our mailing list

Mailing List

NEW to DVMS but are already receiving PTA emails from other school(s) in the district, but want to update your list choices or email address: Click on the "Update Profile" link at the bottom  of an email we've sent you.


To add yourself to our email system, CLICK HERE to join our mailing list


Diablo Vista PTSA



Scam Alert

Please beware of a phishing scam that is circulating via email.  This email appears to come from the school Principal and requests that parents purchase iTunes gift cards and forward those gift card codes to a specified address. SRVUSD does not use iTunes gift cards and would never request such information. These emails are being sent from a fraudulent email account.  Please disregard and delete such messages if received. 


Beginning Friday, September 14, 2018, middle school and elementary age students, may not attend a home MVHS football game without a parent/guardian present for supervision.


Please see the attachment provided by MVHS for more information


Thank You for Supporting the Walkathon!

Thank you all for supporting the Trek for Tech Walkathon this year! It was a great event, and we were able to raise over

$14,000 to support our students' technology needs at DVMS. Thank you to everyone who worked so hard to make this happen!


The Grand Prize winner of the weeklong houseboat rental is, 8th grader, Elizabeth Hoshino. Congratulations to the raffle winner!


Thank you David VanAvermaete, our photographer, for bringing your wonderful photo booth and props. To obtain a link to access the Walkathon photos, please email Sajini Thiagaraj at sajini_t@hotmail.com.




Hsu/To Family





Beasley Family
Gee Family
Summit Financial Group, LLC
Wimmer Family
N. Wong & Family
Yang/Chu Family



Aviana Bhatnagar
Blackhawk Dental Care
Downes Family
Eckard Family
Escueta Family
J. Garcia & Family
D. Gross & Family
Lindsay Family
A. Simpson & Family
Thiagaraj Family
Vurghese Family



Bhatt Family
Durr Family
Fairbairn Family
E. Gase & Family
O. Gase & Family
Gong Family
D. Grover & Family
L. Grover & Family
Muskaan Gupta
Dr. William Kushner III



Manda Family
McKnight Family
Parent Family
Park Family
Premazzi Family
Radiant Skin Studio
Singer Family
Tian Family
T. White & Family
Yamada Family


In-Kind Sponsors

Bridge Bay at Shasta Lake
Culligan Water
Van Avermaete Family


Congratulations to the New PTSA Board for 2018-2019

The following officers were elected to the DVMS PTSA Board for 2018-2019 on April 18, 2018:



President Sajini Thiagaraj
Executive VP Julie Benveniste
Treasurer Maleeha Mahmood
Financial Secretary Milli Jones
Secretary Christy Peters
Auditor Sandy Kimmis
VP of Legislation May Mohamed


Jen Michel
VP Membership Rania Narouz
VP of Ways and Means Diana Kim
VP of Programs and Services Heather Ruiz


Congratulations to you all!

Legislative Activity & PTA

by Anna Win       


PTA is one of the nation's oldest advocacy organizations. PTA has been an advocate for children since 1897 and has always been at the forefront in supporting laws that benefit children. One PTA purpose is to secure adequate laws for the care and protection of children and youth. So, what is the definition of Advocacy within the guidelines of of PTA?


Advocacy in PTA is simply communicating about an issue for which National or State PTA has adopted a position by speaking, writing, phoning, or emailing. The purpose of the communication can be to inform, educate, persuade or increase the level of awareness about the issue. PTA members are advocates for children and their parents. PTA members have and still advocate on a wide variety of child-related issues: education, health, nutrition, safety, juvenile protection, welfare reform, parent and family life, and drug abuse prevention, to name a few.


Every PTA member can be an effective advocate. The process is always the same: identify, research and understand the issue; identify the decision-maker; and develop and communicate the message. The process is not always easy, and dedication and perseverance are usually required. For more information, and on how to become part of our dynamic Legislative Advocacy Committee, visit the https://srvcpta-ca.schoolloop.com/Legislative.

Legislative News

Ed100 website, https://ed100.org offers short, very easy to read lessons to learn more about the California education system.


You don’t have to be a member of Ed100 to review these lessons. However, I encourage everyone to create an account and register your school.  Whenever you complete a lesson on Ed100, you earn a ticket for your school on the Ed100 Leaderboard (https://ed100.org/leaderboard). Periodically, Ed100 holds drawings using those tickets as entries to win. The next drawing is on November 15, 2017.   See rules for details. No purchase is offered or required.



For pennies a day, you can become a PTSA member, joining more than 4 million other people who share your interest in issues affecting children. Everyone—parents, educators, students and other citizens active in their schools and communities—is invited to join our not-for-profit parent association. The PTA’s nationwide network provides parents with the forum and tools to collectively influence the decisions that affect children not only at their schools, but also throughout their districts, within their states, and across the nation. This mission is unique to the PTSA. We at DVMS have fun while making our school environment a richer place for our students, parents and staff.

It's NEVER too late to join!


8:45am in the Media Center - All Are Welcome!

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2017-18 PTSA Board

President: Regina Yang

Executive VP: Sajini Thiagaraj

Treasurer: Milli Jones

Financial Secretary: Debbie McGowan

Secretary: Julie Benveniste

Auditor: Christine Psefteas

VP Legislation: Anna Win

Historian: Jen Michel

Membership: Rania Narouz

VP Ways & Means: Diana Kim

VP Programs/Student Services: Kira Leahey

Volunteer Management System

Sign-Up or Update

If you have not registered with the SRVUSD Volunteer Management System, or you have moved, changed schools, have updated auto insurance or driver's license information, please click HERE to log-in and apply or update.

Common Core

You have undoubtedly heard the term “Common Core Standards” in various settings.  Are you wondering how this change in curriculum will affect your child’s educational experience? You will find a helpful document, A Parents Guide to the Common Core, here.


San Ramon Valley Council of PTAs

California State PTA

Thirty-Second District PTA

Visit the website here

Our Mission

The DVMS PTSA is a 501(c)3 organization. Our tax ID# is 68-0449786.

The mission of the PTSA is to make our school environment a richer place for our students, parents, and staff.

Thank you for your donations - if the PTSA receives more funds than are needed for a particular project or event, donations may be used for an area of greater need.

Non-Discrimination Statement

San Ramon Valley Unified School District programs, activities, and practices shall be free from unlawful discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying based on actual or perceived race, color, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, age, religion, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or gender expression; or on the basis of a person’s association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics.

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