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High School Intervention Summer School

Intervention High School Summer School will be held at Amador Valley High School. 1155 Santa Rita Road, Pleasanton CA

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Dates and Times

Session A - June 13th to July 1st (no school on June 20th)

Session B - July 5th to July 22nd (no school on July 4th)

Two 14-day sessions (12 classes per session)


Bell Schedule:

Period 1 - 8:45am - 10:45am

Break (Lunch served) - 10:45 - 11:15am

Period 2 - 11:15am - 1:15pm



Attendance is mandatory and students will be dropped if they miss two days of instruction AND/OR have 6 or more tardies. If your student has COVID symptoms, please e-mail our Summer School covid liaison, Melanie Harris, at [email protected] Your student must attend the entirety of their summer session, with the only excused absences being for covid symptoms. Please note that absences for covid symptoms and for positive covid cases will be considered excused, as we are not able to have students with covid symptoms or who are covid-positive on campus.


Meal Service - Breakfast & Lunch

Meals this summer are free of charge (like the school year).  Students must provide their student ID number when receiving a meal.

Breakfast: 8:30am - Brunch (lunch will be served): 10:45am. 


Summer School Office Staff 

Malcolm Norrington, Principal - [email protected]

Melanie Harris, Vice Principal - [email protected]

Coni Miller, Administrative Assistant - [email protected]

Elizabeth Casares, Office Assistant - [email protected]

Jennifer Friesen, Counselor - [email protected]

Elise Greenaway, Social Worker - [email protected]


Parent Liaisons

Ms. Tonya Bass, Ms. (Rosa) Isela Torre, Ms. Martha Acebedo, Ms. Viviana Suarez, Ms. Stacey Kang, Ms. Ivy Chuang, Ms. Patty Blair, and Ms. Shveta Geddam. Parent Liaison Information.  Parent Liaisons can be contacted here: [email protected]



Effective Friday, June 3, 2022 at 12:01am, the Alameda County Public Health Department (ACPHD) requires masks to be worn indoors in public places, regardless of vaccination status. This new Health Order applies to individuals participating in summer school and summer camps. For more information, please review the ACPHD press release.. All summer school and summer camp participants will be required to wear a mask, covering both the nose and mouth when indoors. Public Health officials recommend more protective masks such as KN95, KF94, and N95, not a cloth or paper mask.


We will notify you if masking requirements change again. Thank you for your cooperation.