"Words Matter Week" is off to a great start! SRVUSD schools are paricipating in various activities to promote acceptance and respect for each other's differences.
Students at Montevideo Elementary rocking their Words Matter bracelets!
SRVUSD is launching our Measure D website to inform the community of the various projects and provide more in depth information about how the bond money is being used. To view the website, visit www.buildsrvschools.org.
The leadership students at Charlotte Wood Middle School held a toy drive for their sister school, Cambridge Elementary.
Students at Tassajara Hills love learning how to code in class! SRVUSD joined millions of students from across the county in the 2015 Hour of Code.
KTVU News Anchor, Frank Somerville, visited Golden View Elementary and watched as students in a 4th grade classroom reported on natural disasters using their iPads.
Congratulations! Neil Armstrong Elementary was recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education as a National Blue Ribbon School for 2015.
The 2015-18 Local Control and Accountability Plan has been adopted and posted on our website. Click on the image to view the 2015-2018 SRVUSD LCAP.
Construction on Bella Vista Elementary School is coming along! The new school will be built to accommodate approximately 830 K-5 grade students and is projected to open in fall 2016. Construction of the new school is being funded through Measure D.