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Congratulations SRVUSD on making significant gains on California’s standardized test results released today! Gains were made in both mathematics and English Language Arts (ELA) – especially in 11th grade where we have gains of 6 points in mathematics and 5 points in ELA. In addition, our students continue to do well on college entrance exams such as the ACT and SAT. On the ACT, the Class of 2016 achieved 27.1 – the highest composite ACT score yet!

 

What makes all of this so exciting is that these three sets of tests align with California’s new state standards. Thank you to all our staff, students and parents for your work! San Ramon Valley Unified is on target in preparing our kids for the future!

 

Keep an eye out for the Superintendent’s September message which will highlight some of the District’s achievement gains!

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Posted by: District Admin
Published: 8/24/16

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The deadline for grants to fund programs that support students in the San Ramon Valley is quickly approaching. This year’s San Ramon Valley Education Foundation (SRVEF) grant application window closes on Monday, September 12, 2016.

 

Each year, the SRVEF funds over 50 grants to educators and community members interested in supporting education in the San Ramon Valley Unified School District.  Grants will be funded up to $2,500.  New this year, the San Ramon Valley Education Endowment is offering classroom music grants funded up to $2,500.

 

Those interested in applying for a grant are invited to attend a grant writing workshop on Wednesday, August 31 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the Professional Development Center at Los Cerros Middle School (968 Blemer Road, Danville).

 

For more information and the grant application can be found at http://www.srvef.org/what-we-do/where-your-money-goes/grants/how-to-apply.

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Posted by: District Admin
Published: 8/23/16

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This fall, the San Ramon Valley Unified School District will implement a new curriculum called "Childhelp Speak Up Be Safe” for 1st through 6th grade. This is a research-based, comprehensive child abuse and bullying prevention education curriculum that has been used nationwide to teach students the skills they need to play a significant role in the prevention or interruption of abuse and bullying.  The implementation follows a successful pilot last year at several SRVUSD schools.

 

This new program is part of our ongoing efforts to help ensure the safety of our students. Childhelp Speak Up Be Safe covers topics such as child abuse, bullying/cyber bullying, sexual harassment and technology safety, all at an age-appropriate level.  It is offered through the Child Abuse Prevention Council of Contra Costa County.

 

The curriculum will involve two safety lessons facilitated in each classroom. Follow-up activities are administered by teachers to reinforce the lessons' content. Take-home educational materials are emailed home and distributed to students to share with parents and caregivers and to encourage discussion on these important topics.

 

You will have an opportunity to learn more about this curriculum and speak to the SRVUSD and Child Abuse Prevention Council staff at two meetings in August:

 

August 25

6 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.

Gale Ranch Middle School

6400 Main Branch Road, San Ramon

August 29

6 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.

Charlotte Wood Middle School

600 El Capitan Drive, Danville

             

 

The SUBS curriculum is available for viewing in the district and school offices, and summaries of the lessons can be found at the Child Abuse Prevention Council’s website at https://www.capc-coco.org/childhelp-speak-up-be-safe.html.

 

For more information about the curriculum, please contact Carol Shenon, Child Safety Awareness Coordinator, Child Abuse Prevention Council of Contra Costa County at capccarols@gmail.com .

 

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

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The San Ramon Valley Unified School District wants everyone to get off on the right foot this school year with a reminder about the importance of online reputations -- often referred to as your Digital Footprint. This term is used because every time you click in the Internet you are leaving a permanent and public trace, trail or footprint online.

 

In today’s digital world, all of us our creating a digital footprint whether we are posting images on social media, commenting on online news stories, register for something, watch an online video or send an email.

 

Over the next year, the SRVUSD Digital Citizenship Committee will work with staff, students and parents through newsletter articles, social media, the classroom and other communications to help everyone learn how to leave behind a positive footprint rather than a negative one.

 

Stay tuned for updates and don’t forget to “Think Before You Click.”


More information can be found at www.digitalsrvusd.net.

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

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On Tuesday, June 28, 2016, the SRVUSD Board of Education adopted the 2016-2019 Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP).

 

The District has done significant work to engage stakeholders in the LCAP process beginning with a survey of parents, staff, students and community.  The LCAP Stakeholder Committee comprised of teachers, classified staff, bargaining unit representatives, parents, Board members, and site and District administrators met repeatedly from fall 2015 through spring 2016 to analyze the existing LCAP and all available data.  This effort culminated in recommended LCAP adjustments which were reviewed with multiple Parent Advisory Committees and other stakeholder groups through various meetings and presentations.  The revised LCAP was then posted on the District website and public review and comments were solicited.

 

Through the analysis of data and robust conversations with stakeholders, the 2016-2019 LCAP was developed to build upon the successful work outlined in previous LCAPs. For the 2016-2017 school year and the following two years, the changes put in place further develop the initiatives that have been successful at advancing student outcomes

 

To find out more about the process and view the LCAP click here.

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Posted by: Elizabeth Graswich
Published: 6/29/16

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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.

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