SRVUSD's Framework for Excellence is the District's guiding document
and strategic plan for program and budget development.
Superintendent Mary Shelton visited 5th grade students at Bollinger Canyon Elementary to share the importance of reading. She read "Oh, the Places You'll Go!" and discussed the powerful message behind the Dr. Seuss classic.
Congratulations to the 2015 Classified Employees of the Year! These individuals have made significant contributions their school/community or department. They strive for excellence in their daily work and promote a healthy work/learning environment.
The Student Recognition Project winners and honorable mentions have been announced! Winners will be honored at the Awards Breakfast on April 3, 2015.
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.
The California High School Mock Trial team successfully defended its title as Contra Costa County champions for the second year in a row! The team will represent the county at the California State Mock Trial competition in Riverside later this month. Photo courtesy of Diane Morrell, Contra Costa County Office of Education.
SRVUSD students celebrated "Words Matter Week". The purpose of "Words Matter Week" is to create awareness of the power that words can have in building someone up or bringing them down.
Join us in congratulationg students from San Ramon Valley High School who recieved a Division I or II athletic financed scholarship and signed their National Letter of Intent.
Students from San Ramon Valley Unified School District were recognized for their talent, effort and participation in this year’s Reflections Arts program at the Thirty-Second District PTA Reflections Showcase.
San Francisco Giants pitcher, Jeremy Affeldt, spoke to students at Stone Valley Middle School about poverty and social injustices facing youth in local communities and around the globe.
Congratulations to students at Dougherty Valley High School for taking first place at the Regional High School Science Bowl sponsored by Sandia National Labs/California and Las Positas College. They will be heading to Nationals in Washington DC in April!
SRVUSD students are learning foundational 21st century skills by participating in the Hour of Code during National Computer Science Week.
Congratulations to Windemere Ranch Middle School for receiving the prestigious 2014 National Blue Ribbon Schools Award from the U.S. Department of Education!
Have you ever thought of being a substitute teacher at your child's school or here in our community? SRVUSD is actively recruiting substitute teachers! For more info, contact Janelle Ludeman at email@example.com and check out our Employment page for other career opportunities in our district.