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6/28/18

Parents who live outside the boundaries of the San Ramon Valley Unified School District now have the opportunity to seek interdistrict transfers to enroll their children at SRVUSD schools. SRVUSD has streamlined the enrollment request process for eligible families who reside in other Bay Area communities, reducing the stress of finding a high-performing new school. 

 

First, a family must obtain an interdistrict transfer approval document from its home school district. Second, if the student is in middle school or high school, SRVUSD will need to review transcripts, discipline records and attendance records from the previous school.

 

Transfer requests are approved based on space availability and a review of transcripts, discipline and attendance records.

 

In some cases, a family’s home school district will send the documentation to SRVUSD when a parent makes the transfer request. In a few other cases, the family will have to handle the paperwork.

 

Families interested in transferring their children to SRVUSD should check with their home school districts to begin the process.

 

SRVUSD is one of California’s top performing school districts. More than 98 percent of its students graduate from high school, and 95 percent of those grads plan to attend college, with 71 percent attending a four-year university. Student attendance rate is 97 percent at SRVUSD.

 

Academic success is a tradition at SRVUSD schools – a tradition well known to university admissions officers. In college placement exams, SRVUSD students rank exceptionally high, with 88 percent scoring 21 or higher on the ACT and 83 percent scoring 1,500 or better on the SAT.  Almost 40 percent of SRVUSD students enroll in Advanced Placement classes, and 88 percent earn at least a Grade 3 on AP exams.

 

The SRVUSD experience doesn’t stop at college preparedness. The district offers more than 450 sections of performing arts classes. And younger children are exposed to fun ways to learn, with a science lab and science classroom specialist available at SRVUSD elementary schools.

 

SRVUSD is built for success in the 21st century, with 100 percent of its classrooms and other learning spaces updated with wireless connectivity. The district has more than 6,400 Apple laptops for students, along with more than 3,000 PCs and over 2,000 Chromebooks. SRVUSD students also have access to more than 5,600 iPads and Android tablets.

 

SRVUSD has approximately 32,000 students in 36 schools, taught and cared for by 3,500 dedicated employees.

 

For questions about how families can apply for interdistrict transfers to enroll their children with SRVUSD, please visit http://www.srvusd.net/interdistricttransfers

or contact Student Services at (925) 552-5076.

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6/6/18

REGISTRATION STEPS 2018-19

  1.  SRVUSD  Annual Update (see information below)
  2.  School Registration Process (see information below)
  3. If you volunteer at an SRVUSD school and your information has changed, visit the Volunteer Management System to make updates.

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SRVUSD ANNUAL UPDATE

 

San Ramon Valley Unified parents are asked to complete an online “Annual Update” to verify household and emergency contact information and complete the annual release acknowledgement and permission requirements.

 

Complete the District Online Annual Update  using your Parent Portal in Infinite Campus.

 

The Annual Update window for the 2018-19 school year is scheduled to open on July 11, 2018 for Neil Armstrong. At that time you will be prompted to log into your Parent Portal account to complete this important task for the new school year. Check your Portal “Inbox” for a message titled “Annual Update Fall Registration”. This message will guide you through the Annual Update process.

 

Only one Annual Update is required for each family at a primary address. The message will continue to appear in your inbox until the end of the Annual Update period. Please disregard the message once you have completed your Annual Update. You will receive a confirmation email following completion of the Annual Update process.

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NEIL ARMSTRONG REGISTRATION

 

Registration Dates: July 11 through August 31, 2018

 

The Online Registration link will be posted here on July 11, 2018.

 

Questions about Neil Armstrong's On-line Registration please email PTA at naeaglespta@gmail.com.

 

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VOLUNTEERS

 

Visit the Volunteer Management System to update your information or to register to volunteer if you have not done so previously.

 

GUIDE TO FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS REGARDING  ON-LINE ENROLLMENT/ANNUAL UPDATE

 
 

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August 13th!

Minimum Day for Students

Neil Armstrong Community – 

Welcome to the 2018 – 2019 School Year. Registration for school indicates the start of a new school year and the approaching conclusion to a memorable summer. We hope that your children are well rested yet filled with amazing memories and much laughter from their time away from Neil Armstrong. We hope that they have missed us as much as we have missed them but will be ready to return when the time comes. Although school does not start for your children until mid-August, we return in the end of July to begin preparation for their return. If there is anything we can do to support or assist you or your family, please do not hesitate to reach out to our office.

Registration is a crucial time for every school as it lays the foundation for all of the incredible opportunities we are able to provide your students during this coming school year. Many of our enrichment opportunities, our field trips, and our amazing school projects are all made possible through your generous donations that come from this time of the year. We are grateful that you are taking the time to complete this important process and carefully consider what is feasible for you and your family. Please know that we understand every family has different financial means and we are so thankful for anything that families are able to donate. I assure you that we do everything we can to spend it prudently to ensure to get the most value to support your children in all that we do.

Thank you in advance for your never-ending support of our school and of your children as we embark on this adventure together in the 2018 – 2019 school year.

Jared Gagnon
Principal
Neil Armstrong Elementary School

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The Office is Closed for Summer Break

We will re-open July 31st

Enjoy your summer!

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Attendance Information

Attendance Policy

It is the responsibility of the parent to notify the office of any attendance issues. Please report any changes in your child's attendance before 9:00am. This includes illness or appointments of any kind.

Attendance Line: 925 828-3198 CLICK HERE to email if your child will miss school.  Please include your child's full name, their teacher, your name and phone number and the reason for the absence.  

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