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Rancho has many activities for children and families. We encourage you to become involved in our school.

About Rancho

School Vision

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.  


  • 2018 California Distinguished School Award
  • 2016 Gold Ribbon Winner
  • California Distinguished School 2010
  • California Distinguished School -1998
  • San Ramon Valley Education Foundation Grant Awards
  • AB1470 Technology Grant Award
  • Mentor Teachers
  • AB 1349 Technology Staff Development Grant Award
  • County Technology Academy Grant Award
Rancho Romero School was built in 1959. At that time it consisted of 12 classrooms and a small teachers' room/office combination. In 1961, a main office, kindergarten, library, multi-use room and additional classrooms were added. At present, there are 556 students and 25 self-contained classrooms. Measure A funds were used during the 1993-94 school year for a 2.5 million dollar reconstruction of the entire school. In 1998, Rancho was designated by the Alamo Parks and Recreation Committee (R7A) to receive $350,000 for field and playground renovations and to establish park amenities for the community.
Rancho has many activities for children and families. We encourage you to become involved in our school. A list of some of our activities is below.
  Family Pizza and Bingo Nights
  Family Picnics
  Family Science Night in the Fall
  Family Movie Nights
  Halloween Parade
  Primo's Run
  RREF Auction
  School-wide, year-end Carnival
  Skate Nights
  Spring Dance
  Spring Sing
Special Programs
  Book Fairs
  Bike Rodeo
  Cross Country Adopt-a-School
  Odyssey of the Mind
  Parent Education
  Red Ribbon Week
  Talent Show
School Groups and Organizations
  Parent Teacher Association
  Rancho Romero Education Fund
  School Site Council
  Student Council

Non-Discrimination Statement

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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