SRVUSD Board President Greg Marvel and Superintendent Mary Shelton were joined by Contra Costa County Supervisor Candace Andersen and Principal Jon Campopiano in turning the first shovels of dirt on the construction zone at Stone Valley Middle School.
Monte Vista High School senior Connor Bruce was honored on campus by representatives of Sports Illustrated for being named the national sports publication's High School Athlete of the Month for April.
Students at Tassajara Hills Elementary are getting fit and having fun at their Healthy Hawk Hustle!
Live Oak Elementary was named a Mix It Up Model School by the Southern Poverty Law Center’s Teaching Tolerance program for its exemplary efforts to foster respect and understanding among its students and throughout its campus.
Congratulations to Rachael Byron and Joyce Rooks for being named the 2016-2017 SRVUSD Teachers of the Year!
Congratulations! On Tuesday, March 22, 2016, the San Ramon Valley Unified School District’s Board of Education recognized the District’s 2016 Classified Employee of the Year Jeri Sutherland as well as 44 other nominees representing SRVUSD schools and departments.
The Golden View Elementary ATP classes have achieved Highest Honors in the recent WordMasters Challenge™—a national vocabulary competition involving nearly 150,000 students annually.
Dougherty Valley High School won the Regional High School Science Bowl! Students will head to Washington D.C. to compete in Nationals this April. Please join us in congratulating the team and wishing them the best of luck at Nationals!
Students at Montevideo Elementary rocking their Words Matter bracelets!
SRVUSD recently launched a Measure D website to inform the community of the various projects and provide more in depth information about how the bond money is being used. To view the website, visit www.buildsrvschools.org.
The leadership students at Charlotte Wood Middle School held a toy drive for their sister school, Cambridge Elementary.
Bella Vista Elementary School will 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.