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Back to School Information for August 2024

Welcome to SRVUSD's Back to School page, where you will find all the needed information to be prepared for the 2024-25 school year!
 
Information will be added throughout the summer. Please bookmark this webpage and check back often!
 
If you have any questions or suggestions for content and resources to be added to this webpage, please send an email to communications@srvusd.net.

 

  Important Dates

  July 15          Annual Update opens with a staggered schedule based on high school feeder pattern
  August 5       School offices open
  August 9       Annual Update due
  August 12     Student schedules released (Elementary- 12:00 noon; and Secondary- 4:00 pm)
  August 14     First day of school (minimum day)
 
Resources for Getting Ready for the First Day of School!

Resources for Getting Ready for the First Day of School!

Annual Update

ANNUAL UPDATE (AU)
View the  (opens July 15, 2024)
 
All families must complete the Annual Update by August 9th to ensure the safety of students in the event of an emergency.
 
The AU is also how 快播成人/caregivers:
  • Determine how their child's information is shared
  • Review and acknowledge parent rights and important notifications
  • Learn about student device fees and insurance
  • May qualify for educational benefits
Complete the Annual Update using your .

Student Schedules

Student schedules will be available in  on Monday, August 12 as follows:
 
Elementary- 12:00 noon
Secondary- 4:00 pm
The process for Secondary schools course change requests will be communicated directly by your school.

Volunteer Information

We love our volunteers - our schools are better because of you!
 
All volunteers must be cleared through our Volunteer Management System, Be A Mentor, Inc. Volunteers must provide proof of tuberculosis (TB) clearance every 4 years.
 
We encourage you to review all of the important volunteer information and check out the .

Immunizations

Proof of complete immunization records must be provided and verified. It is required by California State law that all students have complete records of immunizations prior to entering school.

Please refer to these charts containing required immunizations:
 
 
Incoming 6th Graders:
This informs you about Assembly Bill (AB) 659, the Cancer Prevention Act. AB 659 requires public schools to notify 快播成人 and guardians of incoming 6th graders about the State's public policy recommendation for all students to receive full human papillomavirus (HPV) immunization before admission or advancement to the eighth-grade level. Currently, there is no requirement to obtain the HPV immunization for advancement into 8th grade. 
 
Incoming 7th graders:
Please note that all students entering 7th grade also require proof of an adolescent whooping cough booster shot (Tdap) and varicella (chicken pox) before starting school.

Technology Updates

Our SRVUSD Technology Department is committed to supporting and educating all students and families. We encourage our students and 快播成人/caregivers to learn more about:
 
 
More information coming soon!

Bell Schedules

2024-25 school bell schedules are available on the .

Instructional Calendars

Visit our Instructional Calendar webpage to view calendars for the following school years:
2024-25 
2025-26
2026-27

Back to School Nights

We LOVE the first day of school in SRVUSD!
 
Information will be posted here explaining how to share your student(s)' first day of school photos on our district social media wall, using #SRVUSDFirstDay.
 
Check back for more information in early August!
 
We encourage all families to follow us on social media at:
 (IG just for students!)
 

Celebrating the 1st Day of School Social Media Wall

School Safety

Student and staff safety is a top priority in SRVUSD. Each school site has a plan with specified roles and responsibilities for handling various types of emergencies. The district has the CareLine - a reporting system available on each school website. Reports can be made by any member of the school community to report incidents related to bullying, threats, reports of hate and discrimination, or other situations that may pose a danger or bring harm to members of our school community.
 
Learn more about school safety and emergency preparedness in SRVUSD.
Other Resources for Students and Families

Other Resources for Students and Families

Engage With Us!

Explore some of the many opportunities to get involved in your student's education in SRVUSD. We welcome you to explore how to do all of these things, and more!
  • Join the 
  • Support the 
  • Register for the biggest (and most fun!) SRVEF fundraiser of the year - the 

Who to Contact

Many questions can be answered by school site staff! Please go to your  to find office and administration contact information.
 
Any issues or concerns are best resolved first at the classroom level. However, there are times when a resolution cannot be reached at the classroom level, and a parent, caregiver, or community member may need additional support from the school or even District administration. You can access contact information and who to ask for help at any time additional support is needed (please note that the information is current for the 23-24 school year, and will be updated for the start of the 24-25 school year).
 
Families with district-level or general questions shoudl feel free to reach out to one of our district departments.

E-Bike and Scooter Safety

With the rise in the popularity of e-bikes and scooters as a means of transportation to and from school, it is important that both students and families have the necessary information to follow the law and stay safe.
 
Check out these important resources:
  •  with Danville Police Chief, Allan Shields and Diablo Vista Middle School Principal, Jeff Osborn.
  •  - the traffic safety education program for the San Ramon 快播成人
 
Since they can travel at higher speeds than traditional bikes, e-bikes and scooters require extra caution and riders must follow the law and rules of the road, for instance,all riders under the age of 18 are . In addition to helmets, riders must obey traffic signals, stop signs, and other road regulations just as they would when driving a car. View  for information about bikes, e-bikes, and scooters.
 
e-bike and scooter safety graphic

Run for Education

Come for the Run, Stay for the Fun!
 
Join the  on Sunday, October 13, 2024. Walk, run, roll, or stroll. Come for The Run and stay for the fun: kids’ zone, inflatable games, face painter, live entertainment, food, frozen treats, and more to celebrate Excellence in Education in the San Ramon 快播成人 USD!
 

TRAFFIX & County Connection Bus Info

County Connection offers several discounts and promotions on youth bus passes. For more information see our district web page or visit .
 
, funded by Contra Costa County's Measure J 1/2 cent sales tax, safely transports students on select routes at 11 SRVUSD schools. The primary purpose of the program is to reduce traffic in the San Ramon 快播成人's most congested areas.

Air Quality and Heat Advisory Guidance

SRVUSD prioritizes the safety of all students and staff. During periods of poor air quality and/or excessive heat, the district relies on and follows guidance from county and state partners to align decision making regarding air quality and heat advisories with what our partners in education use to make their decisions.
 
The district uses AirNow.gov to measure air quality. Decisions about Air Quality levels and school activities in SRVUSD are normalized on an Air Quality Guidelines Chart that is provided to every school site. Learn more on the Air Quality Information webpage.
 
When there is excessive heat on a school day, school administrators follow guidance for when outdoor activity should be minimized based on the heat index. All guidance, tips and other resources are available on the Heat Advisory Guidance webpage.

511 Contra Costa

511 Contra Costa is a county-wide program that strives to reduce traffic congestion and improve air quality by providing the public with information, resources, and tools that promote mobility options beyond driving alone.
 
To learn more see our district webpage or visit 

6th and 7th Grade Families- Health Notifications

Incoming 6th Graders:

This informs you about Assembly Bill (AB) 659, the Cancer Prevention Act. AB 659 requires public schools to notify 快播成人 and guardians of incoming 6th graders about the State's public policy recommendation that all students receive full human papillomavirus (HPV) immunization before admission or advancement to the eighth-grade level. Please note that receiving the HPV vaccination is a recommendation, not a requirement, for advancing to the eighth grade. 

Incoming 7th Graders:

Under California Education Code Section 49452.7, the school district is required to notify 快播成人 and guardians of incoming 7th graders about type 2 diabetes. Please review the information .