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On May 3, 2017, SRVUSD will be hosting two Special Education Town Halls for parents. Please join Assistant Superintendent Toni Taylor and Superintendent Rick Schmitt in this interactive opportunity to hear the vision for Special Education, as well ask questions and share your thoughts and ideas.


As we look toward the future, we are placing increased attention on Special Education in the 2017-2018 school year.  This includes shifting the Special Education Department and the new, yet to be identified, Executive Director for Special Education, under our Educational Services Division. As part of our work, we will focus on creating structures and supports that encourage building relationships and trust among all of our stakeholders.


Posted by: District Admin, District Admin, San Ramon Valley Unified School District
Published: 4/21/17

Audience: Homepage

SRVUSD is administering a homework survey to parents, teachers, site administrators, and middle and high school students. Results from this survey will be used to help identify the best practices for homework and improve the implementation of our homework policy.


The survey is anonymous and should take 5-10 minutes to complete and can be completed using a computer, tablet, smartphone or any online device. The links will be live from April 17 until April 28. Below is the link to the parent survey:


For Parents:

2016-17 Homework Survey for Parents



If you have questions or concerns about the Homework Policy or this survey, please check the district’s homework policy page or feel free to contact Jason Reimann, Director of Instructional Services at or (925) 552-2916.


Thanks again for your help with gathering this important feedback.

Posted by: District Admin
Published: 4/18/17

Audience: Homepage and Homepage

wareMarissa Ware, a second-grade teacher at John Baldwin Elementary School, was selected as a finalist for Contra Costa County Teacher of the Year!


“It is such an honor to be representing the teachers of San Ramon Valley Unified School District at this next level,” Ware said in an email interview. “I feel fortunate to be teaching in such a diverse district that provides rich professional development enriching so many dedicated, passionate and knowledgable teachers.”


Marissa started teaching at her childhood campus John Baldwin from 2000-02. She moved to Coyote Creek Elementary from 2002-10 and then returned to John Baldwin in 2010.


“I have learned something from every colleague, student and parent that I have encountered over my 18 years of teaching, and I truly feel I am the teacher I am today because of the people I've had the opportunity to work with,” she added. “I hope to represent our district well.”


John Baldwin principal Joe Romagna said he was “incredibly proud” of her selection as a county finalist and praised her commitment to enhancing the educational experience of her students and her peers.


“Marissa is an exemplary teacher that inspires her second-grade students to do their best while also instilling a love and joy for learning,” he said.


“In addition to her role in the classroom, Marissa's colleagues note that she is a tremendous resource at John Baldwin Elementary and other sites as a literacy coach, where she helps teachers grow in their instructional practices in reading and writing,” he added.


Marissa and three other educators were chosen by a 13-person committee that reviewed and rated applications for the 22 Teachers of the Year representing public school districts across the county. 


The two winners are set to be announced during a banquet in Concord on Sept. 28 that will also honor all 22 district-level Teachers of the Year from throughout the county.

Posted by: District Admin
Published: 4/14/17

Audience: Homepage

Please join San Ramon Valley Street Smarts on Tuesday, May 9 from 7 p.m. - 9 p.m. at San Ramon Valley High School Performing Arts Center in Danville for the FREE California Highway Patrol (CHP) “Start Smart” assembly, sponsored by State Farm Insurance.


“Start Smart” is a two-hour driver safety education class delivered by the CHP to new and future teenage drivers and their parents/legal guardians. At the event, CHP officers speak directly to the audience through candid conversations by discussing collision factors associated with teen drivers, collision avoidance techniques, aspects of distracted driving, driver/parent responsibilities and what precautions they all need to stay safe.


One parent must attend with their teen. Arrive at 6 p.m. to try the “Texting and Driving” simulator. Register at and select San Ramon Valley High School from the list.



Posted by: District Admin
Published: 4/14/17

Audience: Homepage


Posted by: District Admin
Published: 2/21/17