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Audience: Homepage, Alamo Elementary, Bella Vista Elementary School, Bollinger Canyon Elementary, California High School, Charlotte Wood Middle School, Country Club Elementary, Coyote Creek Elementary, Creekside Elementary, Del Amigo High School, Diablo Vista Middle School, Dougherty Valley High School, Gale Ranch Middle School, Golden View Elementary School, Green Valley Elementary, Greenbrook Elementary, Hidden Hills Elementary, Iron Horse Middle School, John Baldwin Elementary, Live Oak Elementary, Los Cerros Middle School, Montair Elementary, Monte Vista High School, Montevideo Elementary, Neil Armstrong Elementary School, Pine Valley Middle School, Quail Run Elementary School, Rancho Romero Elementary, San Ramon Valley High School, Stone Valley Middle School, Sycamore Valley Elementary, Tassajara Hills Elementary School, Twin Creeks Elementary, Venture Independent Study, Vista Grande Elementary School, Walt Disney Elementary School, Windemere Ranch Middle School, ~Demo: Standard School and ~Play San Ramon High School

The Board of Education approved the district's instructional calendar for the 2017-18  school year. Click here to access the calendar. First day of school is Monday, August 14th!

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Posted by: District Admin, District Admin, San Ramon Valley Unified School District
Published: 12/7/16

Audience: Homepage


 

We are excited to announce that San Ramon Valley Unified School District is participating in Speak Up 2016 from November 29th through January 13th! This survey will help us answer questions, such as:

  • How are our students using technology for learning in and out of school?
  • How important are the use of technology to our teachers and parents? What types of technology would our teachers like and how would they use it in the classroom? Do our ideas about technology align with our students’ parents?
  • What are the hot trends in emerging technologies (e.g. mobile devices, online learning, gaming, simulations)?

Speak Up is an online national research project that provides an easy way for students, parents, and educators to participate in our decisions about technology, as well as contribute to the national dialogue about educational technology. Since 2003, Project Tomorrow has collected the viewpoints of over 4 million students, educators and parents – the Speak Up dataset represents the largest collection of authentic feedback from these key educational stakeholders.

As a participant in Speak Up, SRVUSD will receive free, online access to the aggregated results with state and national comparisons, providing us with valuable data that can be used for our strategic planning, professional development and budgeting plans during the school year.

Taking the survey is easy!

Follow these instructions to take the survey:

  1. Visit http://bit.ly/SU16survey.
  2. Select your group (e.g. parents, educators)
  3. Search for your school by entering your zip code or by selecting California and selecting your school’s name from the list.
  4. Read the instructions and begin the survey.

Please note that students in grades 4, 8 and 10 will take the survey in class. Thank you for your participation.

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Posted by: District Admin
Published: 12/1/16

Audience: Homepage, Alamo Elementary, Bella Vista Elementary School, Bollinger Canyon Elementary, California High School, Charlotte Wood Middle School, Country Club Elementary, Coyote Creek Elementary, Creekside Elementary, Del Amigo High School, Diablo Vista Middle School, Dougherty Valley High School, Gale Ranch Middle School, Golden View Elementary School, Green Valley Elementary, Greenbrook Elementary, Hidden Hills Elementary, Iron Horse Middle School, John Baldwin Elementary, Live Oak Elementary, Los Cerros Middle School, Montair Elementary, Monte Vista High School, Montevideo Elementary, Neil Armstrong Elementary School, Pine Valley Middle School, Quail Run Elementary School, Rancho Romero Elementary, San Ramon Valley High School, Stone Valley Middle School, Sycamore Valley Elementary, Tassajara Hills Elementary School, Twin Creeks Elementary, Venture Independent Study, Vista Grande Elementary School, Walt Disney Elementary School, Windemere Ranch Middle School, ~Demo: Standard School and ~Play San Ramon High School

The San Ramon Valley Unified School District (SRVUSD) Board of Education is seeking members for the Facilities Oversight and Advisory Committee (FOAC). Through this committee, the community as a whole is able to participate in the process of reviewing school facilities and of planning for the future. A key priority for the committee will be to provide advice to the Board, the Superintendent, and senior district management on current and future facilities issues affecting SRVUSD and their impact on education.

 

Committee Responsibilities

  1. Provide oversight of Measure D facilities bond projects and expenditures;
  2. Review current and future SRVUSD facilities and master plans and provide recommendations to the Board and district management on the priority of implementation;
  3. Review financial and performance audits and submit an annual report to the Board of Education;
  4. Review and provide recommendations related to district standards and long term maintenance;
  5. Review and provide recommendations on the development of a comprehensive list of facilities priorities that would require additional revenue sources;
  6. Review and recommend solutions for the proper protection of the community’s investment in maintaining school facilities.

FOAC Composition

The FOAC consists of at least seven (7) board-appointed members to serve for a term of at least two (2) years, without compensation, and for no more than three (3) consecutive terms. The membership will reflect the SRVUSD community. Education Code requires that representation on such a committee must include the following:

  • A member who is active in a business organization within the San Ramon Valley Unified School District;
  • A member active in a senior citizen’s organization;
  • A member active in a bona fide taxpayers association;
  • A parent/guardian of a child currently enrolled in SRVUSD and active member of a parent/teacher organization such as PTA or school site council.

Meetings

The FOAC shall meet a minimum of four (4) times each year.

Applications are available HERE or at the School District Office, 699 Old Orchard Drive in Danville.

 

Deadline to submit applications is December 12, 2016.

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Posted by: District Admin, District Admin, San Ramon Valley Unified School District
Published: 11/17/16

Audience: Homepage

2017-18 TK/Kindergarten Enrollment Timeline

 

New, earlier close to the TK/Kindergarten Enrollment window for the 2017-18 school year:


The TK/Kindergarten enrollment window will be open from January 23 through February 17, 2017. See TK/Kindergarten Specific Information for details.

 

Posted on the TK/Kindergarten Specific Information page of the district website:

  • January 23, 2017: Online Enrollment opens (parents of current TK students do not need to complete the online enrollment application*).
  • January 24-27, 2017: New TK and kindergarten students with siblings at their resident school site - bring your online enrollment application summary and required documents to your resident school site. Current TK students - bring your required documents* to your resident school site (parents of current TK students do not need to complete the online enrollment application).
  • January 30 - February 17, 2017: All new TK and kindergarten students - bring your Online Enrollment summary and required documents to your resident school site. Current TK students - bring your required documents* to your resident school site (parents of current TK students do not need to complete the Online Enrollment application).
  • February 17, 2017Completed enrollment packages must be received and verified by February 17th in order to be included in a lottery should it be necessary at your resident school. Completed enrollment packages are received and verified at your resident school. Enrollment applications received after February 17 are received on a first come first serve basis. 

*Required documents for current TK students:

 

Age Requirements

SRVUSD strictly follows California Education Code on age eligibility for entry to TK and Kindergarten programs.  Please carefully read the age eligibility requirements below.  You must enroll your student in the age appropriate grade level per the guidelines listed below.

 

 

2017-18 School Year

Kindergarten:

Children who turn five years of age on or before September 1, 2017 are eligible to enroll in Kindergarten only. 

Transitional Kindergarten:

If your child turns five years of age on or between September 2, and December 2, 2017, you may only enroll in the TK program.

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Posted by: District Admin
Published: 11/8/16

Audience: Homepage

The San Ramon Valley Education Foundation (SRVEF) announced that they have funded 65 general and 17 music grants totaling nearly $138,000 thanks to the community’s support of the annual Run for Education, the San Ramon Rotary Club’s online auction, the Imagineering Program and the SRVEF Endowment Committee’s Night with the Stars fundraisers.

 

"Our education community continues to raise the bar by incubating new learning approaches and each year SRVEF sees the fruits of their labor through their innovative grant requests," said Colin Zink, President of the San Ramon Valley Education Foundation. "We are pleased to award 25 more grants and a 36 percent investment increase this year, including a new music category funded by our endowment committee."

 

Every San Ramon Valley Unified School District (SRVUSD) school that submitted an application is receiving at least one grant. The Foundation received 162 general and 19 music grant requests totaling nearly $340,000. A committee of SRVEF Board Members read each application and scored them on merit without knowing which school or individual had submitted the requests.

 

Through the grant application process, SRVEF recognized the district-wide interest in computers and tablets and is now working on a possible technology initiative to help meet these needs in a coordinated and equitable way. As a result, grant proposals for computers and tablets were not funded and have been set aside for future consideration. SRVEF’s hope is to work together with district administration and school foundation affiliates to help fund the need for more computer-type devices in SRVUSD schools.

 

Please see the table below for results. Any questions can be directed to grants@srvef.org.

Grant Title

Primary author's name

School affiliation

Grant award

"All Hands On Deck"

Terri Knight

Twin Creeks Elementary

$500.00

"Orff" Tuned Percussion

Sarah Rick

Green Valley Elementary

$2,905.00

Are You Like Me--Am I Like You?

Adrienne Casebeer

Twin Creeks Elementary

$1,800.00

Books for Every Student

Emily Gomes

Country Club Elementary

$1,138.51

Bringing the Roots of American Jazz to SRVUSD

Nancy Raaum

Alamo Elementary School

$1,000.00

Building Communication Between Parents and Toddlers with Special Needs

Naomi Murphy

SRVUSD infant toddler Early Start

$1,000.00

Buying Bottom Brass to Build a Better Balanced Band!

Ben Loomer

Stone Valley Middle School

$1,654.96

Character Counts

Ondi Tricaso

Montair Elementary

$2,000.00

Choldenko Author Visit

Sherri Wright

Hidden Hills Elementary

$1,500.00

Chorus Class at Montevideo

Eileen Hock

Montevideo Elementary

$1591.87

Coding with Robotics

Chris Faidley

Gale Ranch Middle School

$2,500.00

Culinary Arts Program - Stone Valley Middle School

Judith Kerns

Stone Valley Middle School

$1,800.00

Del Amigo 16-17 Get Them Reading

Jon Sawyer

Del Amigo High School

$2,500.00

Delivering Independence

Noralyn Giles

Del Amigo High School

$2,500.00

Digital Data Collection

Hitu Saksena

Diablo Vista Middle School

$2,500.00

District Music Grant

Kellie Hoover

SRVUSD

$10,000.00

Don't Forget the "A" in Steam

Shawn Wells

Bollinger Canyon Elementary

$3,000.00

DVHS Clean Up with Coffee

David Offerman

Dougherty Valley Elementary

$1,000.00

DVMS STEM Club 2016-2017

Regina Yang

Diablo Vista Middle School

$1,800.00

EMC2: Elementary Engineering Minds Collaborating and Creating with LegoWeDo2.0

Ursula M. Sexton

Montevideo Elementary

$2,500.00

Empowered Readers

Debbie Davis

Golden View Elementary

$2,500.00

Engaged World Learners

Cheri Eplin

Greenbrook Elementary

$600.00

Engineering in Elementary

Lisa Sawires

Walt Disney Elementary

$2,200.00

Engineering in Elementary School

Teresa Pierce

John Baldwin Elementary

$2,450.00

Enriching NGSS in the Third Grade Classroom

Sarah Ferlazzo

Golden View Elementary

$2,476.44

Finale Music Writing Software

Cheryl Yee Glass

San Ramon Valley High

$400.00

Flexible Classrooms: Providing the Learning Environment That Kids Need

Eva Kowalewicz

Green Valley & Live Oak elementary schools

$2,500.00

Flexible Seating for First Graders

Christine Hall

Greenbrook Elementary

$840.00

Fourth Graders Love Graphic Novels

Katie Robinson

Green Valley Elementary

$300.00

Full STEAM ahead with Lego Robotics

Rose Tishler

Country Club Elementary

$2,244.32

Funding to Start a FIRST Tech Challenge Team

Chris van Wolbeck

San Ramon Valley High

$2,500.00

Gathering Drum

Suzanne Thomas

Quail Run Elementary

$500.00

Genre Specific Literature Circles

Taylor Mulholland

Pine Valley Middle School

$850.00

Getting AVID With It!

Erin Foley

Charlotte Wood Middle

$750.00

Heckenlively High-Altitude Academy

Kent Heckenlively

Gale Ranch Middle School

$1,200.00

High Interest Non-Fiction Mentor Texts

Kristine Blechman

Charlotte Wood Middle

$100.00

Is Change Possible?

Ruth Dyrness

Diablo Vista Middle School

$1,320.00

It's Massive!

Joell Marchese

Pine Valley Middle School

$2,473.15

Jim Papoulis Student Songwriting Workshop

Nancy Raaum

Alamo Elementary

$1,000.00

Jim Papoulis Student Songwriting Workshop

Mariane Randall

Sycamore Elementary

$1,000.00

Jim Papoulis Student Songwriting Workshop

Alicia Smith

Creekside Elementary

$1,000.00

Jim Papoulis Student Songwriting Workshop

Suzanne Thomas

Quail Run Elementary

$1,000.00

Jim Papoulis Student Songwriting Workshop for Rancho Romero School

Helen Town

Rancho Romero and Walt Disney elementary schools

$1,000.00

Jim Papoulis Student Songwriting Workshop for Walt Disney Elementary School

Helen Town

Walt Disney and Rancho Romero elementary schools

$1,000.00

Jim Papoulis Visit

Sherri Wright

Hidden Hills Elementary

$1,000.00

Kindergarten Playground Equipment

Kim Kraft

Rancho Romero Elementary

$1,500.00

Knock Knock. Who's there? STEAM. STEAM Who?   STEAM me up with Picasso

Lynne Ertola

Tassajara Hills Elementary

$1,900.00

Learning Takes Off with Mini Airborne Drones

Cecilia Brear

Los Cerros Middle School

$1,791.93

Library of Children's books in Spanish

Ana Rea

San Ramon Valley High

$500.00

Literacy in the Kinder Class

Tori Ostrom

Bella Vista Elementary

$1,400.00

Maker Space To Go

Gerri Peterson

Pine Valley Middle School

$1,200.00

Making It in Middle School

Wendy Cunningham

Charlotte Wood Middle

$1,000.00

Math Support for Resource Students

Melanie Mearns

Charlotte Wood Middle

$299.00

Meet All Students Needs

Celeste Granger

Bella Vista Elementary

$724.84

Neil Armstrong Chorus Music Grant

Lorna Monteith

Neil Armstrong Elementary

$3,000.00

Percussion Instruments

Gail Trenerry

Quail Run Elementary

$1,250.00

Portable monitor system

Helen Town

Walt Disney Elementary

$1,500.00

PRINCIPAL'S DISCRETIONARY

 

Iron Horse Middle School

$2,000.00

PRINCIPAL'S DISCRETIONARY

 

Coyote Creek Elementary

$2,000.00

PRINCIPAL'S DISCRETIONARY

 

Vista Grande Elementary

$2,000.00

Programming for Beginners

Allison Adams

Twin Creeks Elementary

$1,450.00

Projector Grant

Mariane Randall

Sycamore Elementary

$2,000.00

Quail Run Students Lead the Way!

Mimi Quan

Quail Run Elementary

$2,460.00

Rising Sea Levels - What's the Big Deal?

Barbara Weisbrod

Diablo Vista Middle School

$2,050.66

RoboPlay to RoboLearn

Rae Anne Crandall

Los Cerros Middle School

$1,927.63

San Ramon Library Teen Collaborative Space

Nicole Blazin

City of San Ramon

$1,500.00

Saving the World - One Design at a Time

Julie Garrahan

Los Cerros Middle School

$375.00

Sensory Room

Jessica Rishwain

Pine Valley Middle School

$1,500.00

Sincerely Yours

Karen Clark

Rancho Romero Elementary

$500.00

Spatial FUN: Families Under the Nightly Sky Planetarium

Ursula M. Sexton

Montevideo Elementary

$2,475.00

STEM in Kindergarten!

Renee Pipitone

Bella Vista Elementary

$1,560.85

String Instruments Needed

Gail Trenerry

Live Oak Elementary

$2,414.00

Tennis for one, Tennis for all!

Michelle McConnell

Creekside Elementary

$1,224.97

The Microscopic World

Valerie Lauer

Montair Elementary

$792.00

Twin Creeks Friendship Circle

Christine Tyshing

Twin Creeks Elementary

$1,500.00

VEX IQ Kits for DVHS Robotics Summer Camp

Vela Rajesh

Dougherty Valley High School

$2,494.85

Virtual Reality in the Classroom

Azine Davoudzadeh

Gale Ranch Elementary

$2,500.00

Vocational Training

Christine Niemoeller

California High School

$2,224.60

Wiggles Are Okay

Monina Salazar

SRVUSD Intervention

$2,500.00

Womens’ Sports

Doug VanderHorst

Dougherty Valley High

$1,500.00

WRMS Drama Microphones

Susan Warner

Windemere Ranch Middle

$2,322.90

Xylophones for 2nd Grade

Shiva Samini

Live Oak Elementary

$500.00

 

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Posted by: Elizabeth Graswich
Published: 11/3/16

Audience: Homepage



Kindergarten Readiness Information Night 

 

Kindergarten has dramatically changed over the past five years. With the introduction of Common Core Standards, children are being asked to do more academically.  The continuum of language arts, math, science and history/social science standards begin in Kindergarten.  As parents we want you to understand exactly what these expectations are.  Please come to an orientation meeting for parents where a panel of teachers and curriculum experts will discuss the kindergarten curriculum and readiness. All are welcome to attend either session.

 

Age eligibility for Kindergarten:  Your child must be five on or before September 1st 2017.

 

Kindergarten Readiness

For Residents of

Alamo and Danville

Kindergarten Readiness

For Residents of

San Ramon

January 18, 2017

6:30 pm to 7:30 pm

San Ramon Valley High School

Performing Arts Center (PAC)

 

501 Danville Blvd., Danville

 

January 19, 2017

6:30 pm to 7:30 pm

California High School

Theatre

 

9870 Broadmoor Drive, San Ramon

 

 

Transitional Kindergarten Information Night

 

Students born between September 2nd – December 2nd are no longer eligible for Kindergarten.

 Students falling between these dates are Transitional Kindergarten eligible only.

 

We invite you to an informational meeting to discuss the Transitional Kindergarten program for your children. Transitional Kindergarten is the “first of a two-year Kindergarten program” using a modified kindergarten curriculum that is age and developmentally appropriate.  In addition this unique program prepares students for the rigor of the Kindergarten Common Core Curriculum.  Teachers and administrators will discuss the transitional kindergarten curriculum and the benefits of this program.  All are welcome to attend either session.

Transitional Kindergarten Information

Transitional Kindergarten Information

December 15, 2016

6:30 pm to 7:30 pm

Green Valley Elementary School

Multi-Purpose Room

 

1001 Diablo Road, Danville

December 14, 2016

6:30 pm to 7:30 pm

Coyote Creek Elementary School

Multi-Purpose Room

 

8700 N. Gale Ridge Road, San Ramon

 

Information regarding enrollment can be found at http://www.srvusd.net/edservices/enrollyourchild

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Posted by: District Admin
Published: 10/6/16

Audience: Homepage, Alamo Elementary, Bella Vista Elementary School, Bollinger Canyon Elementary, California High School, Charlotte Wood Middle School, Country Club Elementary, Coyote Creek Elementary, Creekside Elementary, Del Amigo High School, Diablo Vista Middle School, Dougherty Valley High School, Gale Ranch Middle School, Golden View Elementary School, Green Valley Elementary, Greenbrook Elementary, Hidden Hills Elementary, Iron Horse Middle School, John Baldwin Elementary, Live Oak Elementary, Los Cerros Middle School, Montair Elementary, Monte Vista High School, Montevideo Elementary, Neil Armstrong Elementary School, Pine Valley Middle School, Quail Run Elementary School, Rancho Romero Elementary, San Ramon Valley High School, Stone Valley Middle School, Sycamore Valley Elementary, Tassajara Hills Elementary School, Twin Creeks Elementary, Venture Independent Study, Vista Grande Elementary School, Walt Disney Elementary School, Windemere Ranch Middle School, ~Demo: Standard School and ~Play San Ramon High School

Meet San Ramon Valley Unified School District’s new Superintendent Rick Schmitt at our “Coffee with the Superintendent”. At this coffee, the Superintendent will share a little about his priorities, the District’s “Framework for Excellence” and his philosophy.  What Mr. Schmitt most appreciates is hearing from parents and one of his priorities is two-way communication. He always walks away from these meetings having learned new, interesting and important information.

 

The Superintendent will be meeting with every school parent community this fall. If you can’t make this event, check out details of other meetings listed at http://www.srvusd.net/coffeeswithsupt.

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Posted by: District Admin, District Admin, San Ramon Valley Unified School District
Published: 9/29/16