SRVUSD's Framework for Excellence is the District's guiding document
and strategic plan for program and budget development.
The draft Local Control and Accountability Plan has been posted on our website for public review and input. To view the 2015-2018 SRVUSD draft LCAP please click on the image.
San Ramon Valley Unified School District received the most Gold Ribbon awards in Northern California and the second most in California! Congratulations to all of our Gold Ribbon recipients.
Congratulations! The SRVHS Odyssey of the Mind team competed against 42 teams from all over the world and came in 9th place overall and 2nd place in the spontaneous portion of the competition at the World Finals.
Dougherty Valley High’s Science Bowl team placed in the top 13 teams in the U.S. at the National Science Bowl in Washington D.C. Way to go Dougherty Valley!
Fly like an eagle! The Neil Armstrong Elementary School eagles had a great time at their annual butterfly release on April 30, 2015.
On Wednesday, April 22, 2015, past and present principals, community members, teachers and students gathered in Alamo Elementary’s community-built outdoor amphitheater to celebrate 50 years of success as a top performing elementary school!
Congratulations to the District’s 2015-2016 Teachers of the Year, Sripriya Gopalan and Georgeann Kurtz! Gopalan is a science specialist teacher at Live Oak Elementary and Kurtz is an English Language Development teacher and program coordinator at Gale Ranch Middle School.
Congratulations to the 2015 Classified Employees of the Year! These individuals have made significant contributions their school/community or department. They strive for excellence in their daily work and promote a healthy work/learning environment.
Coyote Creek Elementary School participated in their third year of a cultural and educational sister school program with Yucai Foreign Language School in Hangzhou, China.
Congratulations! The San Ramon Valley High School boys varsity basketball team captured the State Title in a double overtime game against Chino Hills at the Cal Berkeley Haas Pavilion.
Hidden Hills Elementary students displayed their projects and had to “sell” or talk about them at the Genius Hour Expo. Genius Hour allows students to explore their own passions and interests in an inquiry/project-based learning environment. Click on the image to see the more photos from the event.
Congratulations to the California High School Winter Drumline on their 2015 NCBA winter championship win! Click on the image to see a video of their winning performance.
The AVID class at Dougherty Valley High School celebrated College Signing Day on May 1, 2015! Signing Day is an opportunity for seniors to share their college choices with friends, teachers and the rest of the community.
The Student Recognition Project Breakfast is an opportunity to award the winners who competed in categories that showcase their skills both within and outside the curriculum. Click on the image to view the slideshow from the awards breakfast.
Students at Alamo Elementary raised over $6,000 in two weeks through a coin drive to help a young girl with her cancer treatment. The students formally presented the check to Dana Dornsife, President of Lazarex Cancer Foundation on Tuesday, April 14, 2015.
The California High School Mock Trial team successfully defended its title as Contra Costa County champions for the second year in a row! The team will represent the county at the California State Mock Trial competition in Riverside later this month. Photo courtesy of Diane Morrell, Contra Costa County Office of Education.
Join us in congratulationg students from San Ramon Valley High School who recieved a Division I or II athletic financed scholarship and signed their National Letter of Intent.
Superintendent Mary Shelton visited 5th grade students at Bollinger Canyon Elementary to share the importance of reading. She read "Oh, the Places You'll Go!" and discussed the powerful message behind the Dr. Seuss classic.
Construction on Bella Vista Elementary School is coming along! The new school will be built to accommodate approximately 830 K-5 grade students and is projected to open in fall 2016. Construction of the new school is being funded through Measure D.
SRVUSD students celebrated "Words Matter Week". The purpose of "Words Matter Week" is to create awareness of the power that words can have in building someone up or bringing them down.
Congratulations to Windemere Ranch Middle School for receiving the prestigious 2014 National Blue Ribbon Schools Award from the U.S. Department of Education!
Have you ever thought of being a substitute teacher at your child's school or here in our community? SRVUSD is actively recruiting substitute teachers! For more info, contact Janelle Ludeman at email@example.com and check out our Employment page for other career opportunities in our district.
The SRVHS Odyssey of the Mind team for Problem 1 finished in 9th place overall and came in 2nd place in the spontaneous portion of the competition. Several hope to compete again at the college level or remain involved in Odyssey of the Mind as alumni volunteers.