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    ROTARY ONLINE AUCTION  FOR EDUCATION

    Auction for Education Opened! Bids Close on November 9th.

     

    The only auction in the San Ramon Valley that raises funds that support all of SRVUSD’s 36 schools is now open! The auction runs through Friday, November 9, 2018.

    For the first time, this year’s auction includes items for entire classrooms. Auction items include a classroom visit by Gold Medal Olympian Tiffany Roberts or a visit from a Secret Service agent. Many of the area’s best restaurants are included in the auction items, as well as fun gifts, golf outings, vacation homes and other fun experiences, just in time for the holiday shopping season!

    To check out the auction items or put in a bid: Auction Site

    The Rotary Club of San Ramon’s Auction for Education has benefited the students of the San Ramon Valley Unified School District for many years as part of a special partnership with the San Ramon Valley Education Foundation. Funds raised through this auction have supported hundreds of thousands of dollars in teacher grants over the past several years. To learn more about how the San Ramon Valley Education Foundation supports local schools visit SRVEF site

     

    Junior Journalists Posted 10/21/18

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    Charlotte Wood Store
    • 8th Grade Activities Donations including Six Flags
    • 8th Grade Panoramic Photo
    • Classroom Donations
    • PE Uniform Donations
    • Library Donations
    • PTA and Ed Fund Donations
    • Student Body Donations 
    • Technology Donations

    Click below to go to our store!

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    About Our School

    About Us

    Gold Ribbon SchoolsOur Mission:

    Our community works collaboratively to provide the support and structure necessary for all students to achieve high levels of learning.

    School Mascot: The Chargers

    School Colors: Green and White

    Built in 1950 - Relocated and remodeled in 1991

    Grades: 6-8

    Student Population: 1100

    Staff Population: 75