Thanks to the generosity of the community, in 2012 voters passed Measure D, a $260 million local school bond that is helping to provide the San Ramon Valley Unified School District students with safe, 21st century learning environments. Measure D funds are used to upgrade San Ramon Valley school facilities. Better schools help build stronger communities and support local property values.
SRVUSD students may be out for summer, but there’s no break for the construction projects! Below are updates on two of the current Measure D projects: Stone Valley Middle School The concrete footings for the new MPR building, and the elevator pit in the classroom building were poured the week of June 5. Concrete slabs… Continue Reading