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Welcome to Green Valley Elementary. We hope the information on these pages is not only useful but also inspires you to become an active member of our Community.


Donna Grim, Principal


Mission Statement

The Green Valley Community believes in teaching the whole child through balanced, relevant curriculum in a collaborative and respectful environment.


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It's that time of year when we ask you to dig through your pantry for Box Tops. The money raised will go toward purchasing new P.E. equipment. Students should turn Box Tops in to their classroom between now and February 23rd. The class with the most Box Tops will not only choose the P.E. equipment that Coach Matt purchases, but will also be rewarded with Otter Pops after class. For a list of participating Box Top products, please click here. Lastly, if you have an interest in being Green Valley's Box Top Coordinator next year, please email Jen Devlin.



Parents/guardians are invited to submit information about what their student may benefit from in the 2018/19 school year. To participate, please fill out the associated form and return to the office no later than March 16, 2018. Note, no letters will be accepted after this date. Please provide information about the teaching style/characteristics that will best suit your child(ren), along with any other pertinent information you feel will help ensure an excellent placement. DO NOT LIST A TEACHER SPECIFICALLY BY NAME. Please make sure to fill out a different form for each child if they happen to be in different grade levels.



Dr. Ransdell, who for the last three years has led limited groups of 4th graders in before-school STEM activities, will now offer a science-based after school enrichment program for Grades 3-5. Young scientists will build things that release energy (go, spin, fly, or fall), to introduce concepts of physical science. Students will develop expectations, compare to experience, and have fun along the way! The program will take place Tuesdays from 3:15-4:15 pm on the following dates: 3/6, 3/13, 3/20, 4/3, 4/10, 4/17, 4/24, 5/1, 5/8, 5/15 (10 weeks). The cost is $188. Go to www.gvenrichment.com to sign up.


In anticipation for the opening of Green Valley Elementary School's new Maker Lab, Imagineering has developed a special class just for young makers! Being a maker requires creativity, thoughtful designing, and problem solving skills. This hands-on class challenges students to think outside the box. Visit our registration page at, www.bit.ly/srvef_imagineering.



Run Club will meet every Friday at 8-8:30 am on the school blacktop, starting March 2nd. The Run Club is a PTA sponsored club for all Green Valley students, parents, and staff that want to participate, and is designed to provide a positive and healthy opportunity to develop a routine of physical exercise while having fun! Run, skip, walk, leap, or hop as many laps as you can! To register your student, please complete the permission slip during Green Valley registration or fill out the form available in the front office. We are hoping to have at least two parents join us each Friday. You do not have to be a runner to help, but you just might become one! For questions please email Coach Matt.



The 2018-2019 Instructional Calendar is now approved and available to view/download from the district's website, as well as Green Valley's own website (accessible via the Parent Resources tab). You can also view by clicking here.



Ever since the beginning of the school year, we have reminded parents to follow parking, drop off, and pick up rules. These rules include how cars should only use the back lot for drop-off and pick-up, because the front lot is exclusively for school buses at the start and end of each school day. Unfortunately, despite the reminders, the front lot is still being used by some parents and caregivers, and it has now impacted some of our students. Children on the GV-9 bus were delayed more than 90 minutes recently, after a car hit their bus while it was picking up students in the front lot. The students had to remain on board the bus for California Highway Patrol, per protocol. Those 90 minutes were extremely stressful - not only for the children (some of whom were visibly upset), but also the parents waiting for them to come home. 

This was an accident that should never have happened. So, if not for any other reason, please help keep our children safe by adhering to our parking, drop off and pick up rules. Only park in the back lot. Always use the crosswalk when walking your children to and from the back lot. And please wait for your children in the courtyard (versus school hallways). Thank you for your cooperation!



We are always in need of supervisory help during lunch recess and this school year is no different. Grades 1-3 have lunch/recess from 11:45am-12:30pm and Grades 4-5 have lunch/recess from 12:35pm-1:20pm. If you are able to help on any given day, please sign up by clicking here. Be aware that all Green Valley Elementary volunteers need to register through the San Ramon Valley Unified School District's Volunteer Management System before they can help at school. 

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February's Principal Letter

Dear Green Valley Community,

I hear Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow and we can look forward to six more weeks of winter! If this is true, then its another reason to celebrate the beautiful weather we ...more

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Important Dates


Office Hours

7:30 am to 4:00 pm Monday through Friday, except holidays.

Attendance Reporting

925-855-5498 NEW


School Auction, Dinner & Dance (March 10th)

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Upload Your Photos for the Yearbook!

Click here to upload. The school code is greenvalley. Remember photos need to be a high resolution, show context, and (ideally) depict groups of kids.

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San Ramon Valley Unified School District programs, activities, and practices shall be free from unlawful discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying based on actual or perceived race, color, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, age, religion, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or gender expression; or on the basis of a person’s association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics.

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