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Personalized Learning

Introduction

In the San Ramon Valley Unified School District, we pride ourselves on offering the best comprehensive classroom experience possible. However, we also wish to meet the needs of students for whom flexible and alternative methods of learning or scheduling may be more appropriate for themselves or their families’ needs.  The following personalized learning initiatives are available within the SRVUSD in conjunction with the programs already available at our middle and high school levels. We urge families to consider and take advantage of these options when appropriate for their student.  

If you have any questions, please contact your student’s counselor. We look forward to helping your student.  

Please read the Frequently Asked Questions Page for important information regarding these PLIs. 

 

Personalized Learning Initiatives

Summer School Program through SRVUSD

SRVUSD expanded its 2019 summer school program to offer remediation, advancement and courses needed for graduation requirements.

Expanded Language School Program

Language School Programs provide credit towards graduation for world languages that are not currently taught at SRVUSD schools. We will look to expand the current course and language offerings.

Internships

Student internships will be eligible for credit towards graduation on official SRVUSD transcripts.

Number of Credits Needed for Graduation

Beginning with the Class of 2019, the total number of credits required for graduation has been reduced from 240 to 220 by reducing the elective requirement by 20 credits.

Change in the Minimum Six-Period Day Requirement for High School Students

Beginning this school year, the minimum six-period day requirement was reduced to a minimum five-period period day to allow students more flexibility in their schedules and to align with  the reduction in the number of credits required for graduation. As a result, students will be able to take 5, 6 or 7 on-campus courses in high school.

 

For Both Middle and High Schools

 

Flexible Physical Education Requirements

SRVUSD will provide flexible PE credits for Independent Study Physical Education (grades 6-12), Marching Band PE (grades 10-12), and Athletic PE (grades 10-12).

School Loop Daily Emails

School Loop daily emails will continue to be an option. Parents who are registered for School Loop will need to opt-in to choose to receive daily emails. The previous default was that parents who register for School Loop received a daily email and that they have to opt-out to avoid receiving them. Whether or not they choose to receive daily School Loop emails, parents will continue to have full access to School Loop via the Internet and the School Loop app.

Flexible School Start/End Times

Some schools are offering flexible start/end times this year. Many of these schools will continue to do so in the 2019-2020 school year.

Personalized Learning

Vision of Personalized Learning
  • Increase student, staff and family options
  • Improve student wellness
  • Reduce class size with no increase in general fund expense
Questions

1. Please check the FAQ page to see if your question is answered there.

2. If your question was not addressed on the FAQ page, please contact your school counselor.

Due to an anticipated high volume of questions, please allow additional response time.

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