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Audience: Homepage, Alamo Elementary, Bella Vista Elementary School, Bollinger Canyon Elementary, Country Club Elementary, Coyote Creek Elementary, Creekside Elementary, Golden View Elementary School, Green Valley Elementary, Greenbrook Elementary, Hidden Hills Elementary, John Baldwin Elementary, Live Oak Elementary, Montair Elementary, Montevideo Elementary, Neil Armstrong Elementary School, Quail Run Elementary School, Rancho Romero Elementary, Sycamore Valley Elementary, Tassajara Hills Elementary School, Vista Grande Elementary School and Walt Disney Elementary School

The 13th Annual Storybook Contest is here! Check online at www.street-smarts.com or with your local elementary school, library or community center for official entry form and story.

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Posted by: District Admin, District Admin, San Ramon Valley Unified School District
Published: 10/19/16

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



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

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.

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

Audience: Homepage

Ask Questions Get Answers


San Ramon Valley Unified School District College Night 2016


Wednesday, October 26, 2016 6:30pm – 8:30pm

Dougherty Valley High School 10550 Albion Way, San Ramon, CA 94582


College Night is designed to educate you on the many higher education opportunities available to students. Representatives from over 135 colleges, universities, vocational schools and military academies will be on hand to answer questions and distribute literature. All students and parents are invited to attend.


We have two special parent presentations to choose from this year:


“The Collegiate Athlete” (Library)




“Exploring Community College Options”

Learn about Associate Degrees, Career Technical Education (CTE,)Transfer Options and More (Performing Arts Center)


(Each presentation will be from 7-8 p.m.)


This 29th Annual College Night is brought to you through the combined efforts of the San Ramon Valley Unified School District and the Academic Boosters from California, Dougherty Valley, Monte Vista and San Ramon Valley High Schools.

Participant RSVP is NOT required.


For more information contact your high school’s College & Career Center:


Students: How to make the most out of attending College Night!!


Questions to ask yourself before you attend College Night

Prior to college night, ask yourself “Why do I want to go to college in the first place?” This may sound basic, but you’ll be surprised how difficult this question might be for you to answer in the beginning. Consider sitting down with your parent(s) and discussing some factors or features they might be looking for in a college for you.  Do you have the same thoughts? During this discussion, be sure to talk about budget and location to help understand your options. In addition, think about your skills and interests, and identify potential majors that fit your current personality and lifestyle. Use the tools in Naviance and your College & Career Center to help you start defining your strengths and explore college possibilities. Use Naviance to help build your profiles and college searches.


Get a list started

Once you have identified a list of 15 or so “very likely” and “maybe” schools, find out which colleges and universities will be represented at the fair. You can expect to see approximately 135 or so colleges represented at our college fair.


Be organized and have a plan in place before you attend. This will make the evening a more pleasant experience for you (and your parent), and will keep you focused. With 135+ colleges it is easy to feel overwhelmed. Planning ahead will keep you sane!


Make some labels

Include the following information on a label: Name, Address, Phone number, Date of High School Graduation, Name of High School, Email, Major interest (if you have one), Sport of interest (if you have one), and along with your current GPA and SAT/ACT test scores (if you want). This makes visiting different tables a lot easier when you can have more time to talk to the college representative and just put a sticker on an interest card.


Bring a bag

You will be gathering materials of all shapes and sizes and a bag will help.


Student driven

Students should guide their parents through the event. Don’t let them lead you!  Stop at college tables that might not be on your list if they look interesting, but try to stay focused so you get the information you need to assist you with the college application/research process.


What should you pick up from the table?

Students should try to get the following information: View book, application information, and information on specific majors, financial aid information and the representative’s business card for future reference. Be sure to ask about summer programs for high school students as these are great ways to learn about a college campus.


What can your parents do at College Night?

We will be having two speakers: one to talk about “The Collegiate Athlete” and one to talk about the Exploring Community College Options: Learn about Associate Degrees, Certificates, Transfer Options and more”… See flyer for details.


What should you do after College Night is over?

In the few days after the event take time to sort through the materials that you gathered from the evening. Save business cards from representatives in case you need to email questions that you might have.  Set up a favorite list within your Naviance account (“Colleges I am thinking about”). You can also watch for when the colleges that you are interested in might be visiting your high school campus and sign up to attend those visits through Naviance (using your school’s procedure).


Note for Parents: You can assist your student by encouraging him/her to begin the exploration process EARLY! Be ready to discuss potential college (post high school) options, including finances. Encourage your student to do some self- reflection regarding his/her plans after high school to enable him/her to find a “right fit” college or post high school experience. Rev. 9/1/15

Posted by: District Admin
Published: 8/26/16

Audience: Homepage

On May 3, 2016, the SRVUSD Board of Education approved a revised Board Policy, Administrative Regulation, and fee schedule for Facility Use.  The new fee schedule will become effective on August 15, 2016. The Administrative Regulation has been updated with a "Priority of Use Schedule."  These documents can be found by clicking here.

Posted by: Elizabeth Graswich
Published: 5/13/16