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Rancho Romero Elementary
180 Hemme Ave.
Alamo, CA 94507

Office Hours: 7:30-4:00

Office Phone: 855-5700 

Attendance Line: 855-5799

Rancho Carnival

Waivers can be signed online here. No child will be admitted without an ADULT and a signed WAIVER.

Fuddruckers food orders can be made here.

2018-2019 Enrollment is Now Open

Enrollment Documents Accepted in the Rancho Romero Office:

9:00-11:00 A.M.

12:00-2:30 P.M.


Rancho Romero-Common Sense Media Certified School

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Parent Volunteers



For help with the Campus Parent Portal please contact PortalHelp@srvusd.net

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2018-2019 School Supplies

Please follow this LINK to make your donation onlineDonations are requested by May 18 Click here for more information

Your Rancho Romero teachers truly appreciate it!

Summer School Enrollment


Principal's Message - Have a great summer!

Principal's message for June 1, 2018- Wishing our Rancho Romero Community a relaxing summer filled with fresh air, barbeques, and days spent on the beach. We worked hard all year long, so now it's ...more


2018-2019 Minimum School Days

Friday, August 31, 2018

Thursday, October 4, 2018

Tuesday, March 12, 2019

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.  

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2018 Distinguished School Award


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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.



Principal Messages Archives


Dear Rancho Romero Community,


Thank you for the abundant turn-out and support of your student by attending our Back to School Night. Teachers were delighted to give a brief overview of their plans for the school year. They also spoke to the common assessments being administered through this week and the critical information gleaned through data analysis. As I mentioned on Back to School Night, please give your teachers time to administer assessments, analyze results, and build important relationships with your student. It’s a collective responsibility of your child’s teacher, grade team, and admin to determine essential skills to be learned, the development of critical thinking and evaluative skills, and the strengthening of soft skills such as communication and empathy.


This week Soul Shoppe begins its Workshops. Our TK/Kinder will be first on the list to learn common language and tools to use towards being a good citizen on our campus. Please join Soul Shoppe for the Parent Night on 9/11/2017 in the MUR (6:00-7:30).


Speaking of Parent Information Night, this Thursday, August 31st, Stone Valley Middle School is hosting a Parent Community night with our school district’s Superintendent, Rick Schmitt. Stone Valley has extended the invitation to us, Montair, and Alamo Elementary School’s to begin a book study, The Gift of Failure by Jessica Lahey. Please check out Rancho’s Website for the details. Rancho Romero Website


The SRVEF’s Run for Education is slated for October 1st. Please join students, families, and teachers from our district for this fun run and important fundraiser. Our school directly benefits from SRVEF. Here is the link:Facebook.com/srvefTheRun/


Wishing everyone a wonderful week and a great three-day weekend.


Sandy Kontilis


Title IX

Title IX

Non-Discrimination on the Basis of Sex

Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972 is a federal law that states: "No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance."

List of Rights Specified Education Code Section 221.8


The following list of rights, which are based on the relevant provisions of the federal regulations implementing Title IX of the Education ...more

How to File a Complaint Under Title IX

Any student who believes that he/she has been subjected to sexual harassment or who has witnessed sexual harassment is strongly encouraged to report the incident to his/her teacher, the principal, or...more


Rancho Romero Title IX Coordinator

Sandy Kontilis



San Ramon Valley Unified School District Title IX Coordinator

Director, Student Services

Ken Nelson


699 Old Orchard Drive

Danville, CA 94526


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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