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School District Proposing New School Boundaries, Seeking Community Input

The district is hosting two community meetings in May.

Potential New Elementary School Boundary
Potential New Elementary School Boundary
The San Ramon Valley Unified School District is hosting two meetings to collect input from the local community regarding attendance boundaries for its newest school.

[Related article: School District: What Should We Name The New Elementary…]

The new school in the Dougherty Valley area of east San Ramon will begin construction in June and is scheduled for completion in Spring, 2016. The new school will accommodate one of the last pockets of new housing built in the area and will help relieve and equalize enrollment at the other four elementary schools in the Dougherty Valley.

District staff recently presented a proposal to the Board of Education with suggested neighborhoods that would attend the new school. District staff will present similar information and collect input from the local community at two community meetings:
  • Tuesday, May 13, 7-8:30 PM at Live Oak Elementary School, 5151 Sherwood Way, San Ramon
  • Thursday, May 15, 7-8:30 PM at Quail Run Elementary School, 4000 Goldenbay Ave., San Ramon
While much of the student enrollment will come from the yet-to-be developed neighborhoods in the community, District staff is proposing moving a few neighborhoods within the Live Oak and Quail Run Elementary School attendance areas into the attendance boundary for the new school.

For a list of streets under consideration please click HERE<http://srvusd.ca.schoolloop.com/file/1218730286177/1224132536604/1138768421593067727.pdf> or visit www.srvusd.net to view the April 22nd staff presentation to the Board of Education.

Following the two community meetings, staff will collect the input and bring it to the Board of Education for further discussion. The District will hold the Board of Education discussion meetings at a school in the Dougherty Valley (dates/locations to be determined) as a convenience to parents.

—Information provided by San Ramon Valley Unified School District

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