Form for Suspected Bullying
The San Ramon Valley Unified School District is committed to protecting students and preventing discrimination on our campuses. SRVUSD believes that our students have the right to be free of bullying, intimidation and harassment while on any of our campuses or associated with any school/district related activity. In accordance with these beliefs and commitments, SRVUSD has adopted Board Policy 5145.3
All students, employees, parents and community members should report incidents of suspected bullying immediately. If you witness or suspect bullying, please complete the following fillable form and immediately forward to the school principal. An investigation will be conducted to determine if bullying occurred and corrective action needed.
"Bullying" is defined as: physical, verbal, nonverbal or written conduct that is so severe and pervasive that it affects a student's ability to participate in or benefit from an education program or activity; creates an intimidating, threatening, hostile, or offensive educational environment; has the effect of substantially or unreasonably interfering with a student's academic performance; or otherwise adversely affects a student's educational opportunities.
Solar Energy Production Figures
Click here for more solar information and for the most recent figures regarding solar output at the five schools.
Framework for Excellence and Guiding Questions
SRVUSD's new Framework for Excellence is a symbol for how the district is "supporting students and their learning" and "staff and their work."
Click here for the list of 2012-13 Guiding Questions, which set expectations for every school in the district.
Inside Your Schools Parent Newsletter
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One of the best parts of my job is attending graduations. As we prepare to bestow diplomas and certificates on more than 2,200 graduates this month, I am reminded of how all of our work is centered on this goal. These celebrations are possible because of the dedication of every SRVUSD staff member, and I want to personally thank each of them for their important work.
As I reflect on the 2012-13 school year, I am reminded of our many successes. Our students and staff members have been recognized for their excellence locally and nationally. We have five Distinguished Middle Schools and four of our high schools are recognized in the top 200 high schools in the nation, two of them in the top 100 high schools. Our students have won countless titles, awards and scholarships, too numerous to mention. Last November our community again recognized the importance of excellent school facilities by passing Measure D, a bond to support construction and modernization of our schools.
Our Academic Performance Index, at 928 out a possible 1000 points, is up again this year and the area of teaching and learning, clearly the focus of our strategic plan, saw renewed vigor in the implementation of Common Core Standards. Thanks to our parents, more and more of our classrooms are equipped with technology and teachers are getting vital professional development to enable them to use technology strategically.
We have many measures of success, and these are just a few. Yet, as I shake the graduates' hands this year, I know that their parents and teachers are seeing the changes that defy measurement: growth in confidence, self-worth, integrity and personal voice. I hope each of you takes the time to notice the subtle growth that happens each year in each child and to celebrate it.
I hope you have a summer of rest and relaxation, enjoy the many blessings of extra time with your family, and don't forget (and don't let your children forget!) to READ!
Mary C. Shelton
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We encourage the use of our district tip line to anonymously report potentially dangerous situations or vandalism that may impact our schools, students or staff: (925) 820-5632
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