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Principal's Message


On a recent Friday evening, Rancho Romero held its first International Festival.  The PTA, Inclusion and Diversity Committee, conceived the idea after engaging in healthy dialogue with its diverse members.   Questions raised during the initial process focused on the need to understand family narratives and events, inclusion in the community, and representation of the vision of the school. A purpose and outcome for the event emerged and gained consensus for building relationships with family and community through perspective - music, art, food, clothing, stories and voices.  After all, perceptions are formed through our perspectives.


Words cannot describe the energizing power pulsing through the room that night.  The small group of Inclusion and Diversity visionaries created an experience that impacted the hearts and minds of all those in attendance; fostered relationships, not divergences, and provided a sense of empowerment. Imagination and creativity changed the view of the school that evening. Over one hundred and eighty passports were given out to children who walked through the entry of the multi-use room.  They were transported across the world, into fifteen different countries and cultures, experiencing and connecting through cultural arts.


A comprehensive multicultural curriculum recognizes diversity through experience, and those relationships between experiences and the ways students construct new knowledge. One of the most profound and universal means of achieving these experiences is through culturally relevant arts education. Creativity  is the human genius for transformation, Vygotsky (1978).    


Moving forward, evolving, Rancho Romero was invited to apply and is currently participating in an integrated arts program, sponsored by Carolyn Wente (Wente Winery) and coordinated through the Alameda County Office of Education. These practices will serve to compliment what has been started at the school by pushing our thinking and practice related to looking at things in a different way - arts and culture, arts and social justice, arts and creativity.


Sonia Nieto (2000) explains that multicultural education accepts and affirms the pluralism (ethnic, racial, linguistic, religious, economic and gender) that students and their communities and teachers reflect.  


For more information, see "Beyond Celebrating Diversity: Twenty Things I Can Do to Be

a Better Multicultural Educator" (http://www.edchange.org/multicultural/resources/self_critique.html



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Rancho Romero Vision

Rancho Romero is a community of learners joined together in a nurturing and safe environment. All staff members are committed to providing students with the tools to become productive and responsible citizens of the Twenty-first Century. It is essential that our students acquire skills in gathering, organizing, and analyzing information as well as developing skills in critical thinking and problem solving. Students will have access to modern technology and use these tools in their everyday lives. They must be able to express themselves through written and oral communication as well as the arts. Students need to be actively engaged in both mental and physical activities to keep their minds and bodies healthy and fit. Parents and community members take an active role in supporting and encouraging all members of the school population.  The teachers, support staff, and parents work together to prepare students for the future with high expectations for all and a unified commitment to education.  

Important Announcements


IMPORTANT:   SRVUSD Volunteer Requirements

  • ALL Rancho Romero volunteers MUST register through the SRVUSD online volunteer management system (VMS).  For more information, please CLICK HERE.
  • To begin the volunteer registration process, CLICK HERE.
  • If you have completed the volunteer registration process and are an approved field-trip driver, please note that your driver's license and insurance information need to remain current.  Please log into VMS to make sure that your information is valid.
  • Registered volunteers/field trip drivers, CLICK HERE to review your profile and volunteer assignments.


Personal Belief Exemption Law Information


Effective January 1, 2016 Personal Belief Exemptions (PBE) will NO LONGER be accepted for required immunizations for students in Transitional Kindergarten through Twelfth grade. The ONLY exception will be for medical exemptions and these require a doctor’s signature. 


Minimum Days

Dear Parents and Families:

There will be THREE minimum days for 2016-2017 school year.  The purpose of these minimum days is for staff professional development, including collaboration across schools within the same middle school feeder pattern.  Please note the following minimum days and times. 

September 13, 2016
Kindergarten                       8:15-11:45
First-Fifth                            8:30-12:00

November 1, 2016
Kindergarten                       8:15-11:45
First-Fifth                            8:30-12:00

January 31,2016
Kindergarten                       8:15-11:45
First-Fifth                            8:30-12:00 

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Contact Us

Rancho Romero Elementary
180 Hemme Ave.
Alamo, CA 94507

Office Hours: 7:30-4:00

Office Phone: 855-5700 

Attendance Line: 855-5799

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