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SRVEF Run for Education

Have you signed up for the 33rd SRVEF

Run for Education yet?




    Calling all Falcons - Meet at 7:45 am near the basketball court for a group photo before the run                                                                         



*NEW*: Game On between the Falcons and the Gryphons:

A friendly competition with GRMS - school with highest percentage of registrations for the run wins.

Losing mascot would need to sing praises of the winning school. 

Help Jimmy Falcon be the winner!!! Sign up now

Check out to see how we are doing


**UPDATE  *We are currently at 29.03%....let's keep this going up now!!!**


All Runners Receive a FREE Pancake Breakfast at The Run For Education After Party!


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Come on down to the NEW San Ramon Sports Basement store in the Marketplace and join the fun at the Pancake Breakfast After Party. A DJ will be spinning post-run tunes and you'll receive a 20% discount by showing your bib!


Families and friends who didn't run are welcome to eat delicious pancakes too ($5 suggested donation for non-runners).


Sports Basement will opened on October 1st at 1041 Marketplace, the former location of Orchard Supply Hardware. Check out snow rentals, ski/snowboard, bike services, and recycled sports equipment & gear.


* Every WRMS student that signs up for the run, gets entered into a daily drawing for free Baskin Robbins ice cream!

* Free cardio day for students participating in the run!!

* There will be Pizza party for the PE class with most registrations!!!

Can it get any better? Sign up now! 


Middle School with the highest percentage of runners gets a 30 minute after school DJ Dance Party!

Register now at


Oct: 4-14: Online Auction

Oct: 15: Health & Wellness Expo at Iron Horse Middle school

Oct: 15: Mini Run (Pre-school) at Iron Horse Middle School

Oct: 16: Race Day! (5K Fun run, 5K or 10 K Timed run)


Not a runner? Not a problem! You can volunteer to earn points for the school. To volunteer at the event sign up at

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Online Auction for Education  - Bids open Tuesday, October 4 at 10 a.m. at


Online Auction for Education October 4-14

The annual San Ramon Rotary Online Auction for Education is the largest funder of the San Ramon Valley Education Foundation’s educator grants. Last year’s auction raised over $80,000 towards grants that funded innovative programs and technology for SRVUSD students.

The auction opens on October 4 at 10 a.m. and closes on October 14 at 10 p.m.

New this year! Everyone who bids will be entered to win the following great prizes!  

60" TV courtesy of San Ramon Rotary's Auction for Education

$500 shopping card to Target courtesy of Crow Canyon Orthodontics

A class party for up to 30 kids from Rockin Jump Dublin

Bids open Tuesday, October 4 at 10 a.m. at

The drawing will be held on race day. Visit for more information.


Find out more at the:

Please email: with questions.

See you at the run!!


We are looking for volunteers to help out with AVID tutorials on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 8:10-9:40am.   AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) is an elective class to support student academic achievement in preparation for college.  Please email Joanna Chung if you have any questions or are willing to help out.  Training  will be held on 10/19 and 10/26, 8:00-8:50am, in room E-217.  Thank you for your consideration

Picture Re-take Day is October 12th

WRMS Picture day was August 17th.  If you missed it, please come to the MPR October 12th during your lunchtime to have your picture taken.  You will receive your Student ID at this time.  If you had your picture taken on Aug 17th, ordered pictures and do not like them, please come to the MPR during your lunchtime to have your picture re-taken.    Click here for order form or go directly to for ordering (search by school, select packages, then check out.)


Prepay and receive a free family portrait session!



Two additional minimum days have been added to the calendar.  The days are on Friday, November 18, 2016 and Thursday, February 2,  2017.


Do you love to write stories?  Would you like one of your stories to be published in a book that will be read by kids in foster homes and children's hospitals?


Two students at DVHS, Yukta Rakesh and Kristie Wong, are putting together material for a book that will be printed and donated to places where needy children gather, and they would love to get stories from you!


You can read all about this worthwhile project at  For more info or to submit your work, please contact Yukta and Kristie at




Meet San Ramon Valley Unified School District’s new Superintendent Rick Schmitt at our “Coffee with the Superintendent”. At this coffee, the Superintendent will share a little about his priorities, the District’s “Framework for Excellence” and his philosophy.  What Mr. Schmitt most appreciates is hearing from parents and one of his priorities is two-way communication. He always walks away from these meetings having learned new, interesting and important information.


The Superintendent will be meeting with every school parent community this fall. If you can’t make this event, check out details of other meetings listed at


Drop Off/Pick Up: Helpful Hints

Thank you to all the drivers at WRMS for showing patience and courtesy to other drivers. Here are some hints that may lighten traffic and stress on adults.

  1. There is only 1 right hand turn lane into the parking lot  from E. Branch Pkwy coming from Bollinger Canyon Pkwy (if unable to enter, go up to 2nd light, make u-turn, then left turn into parking lot).
  2. Arrive closer to 3PM- the parking lot is full by 2:40 and cars won't move until kids are dismissed at 2:45.
  3. Your children are safe while waiting in the shady areas in front of our school.
  4. Please carpool or encourage students to walk/ride a bike, scooter, or skateboard to and from school.WRMS_dropoff_pickup.gif


Dear Par­ent/Guardian,

As part of our commitment to ensuring that parents are aware of the technology we are using in our schools, I would like to share with you a list of the web-based programs used by both our school and District, including links to more information about these systems. Please know that over the past school year we have been reviewing the privacy policies of all of the programs that we use to ensure compliance with the Federal Education Rights & Privacy Act (FERPA) and other federal and state laws, and that we are doing everything we can to protect our student information.

SRVUSD takes security very seriously and has therefore taken every precaution to secure our student and parent information. In order to secure your personally identifiable information we utilize several security and privacy measures to prevent loss, theft, or misuse of any student or parent data. Please see our district web site for information about systems in use district-wide (

In addition to the district programs, our school has adopted the use of the following:

  • NewsELA
  • NoRedInk
  • Ed1Stop/Learn360
  • Spelling City (6th grade only)
  • Membean (8th grade only)


In some cases, teachers may use other apps or web-based teaching tools. Staff are asked to read the privacy policies prior to using them. In addition, beginning this year, teachers will be informing parents when they are using something that is not on one of the lists above.

In some cases, parents will be asked to sign a permission form before the student uses the technology. This will take place when the program requests cer­tain personally identifiable infor­ma­tion, gen­er­ally the student’s name, must be pro­vided to the web site or application oper­a­tor.  Under state and fed­eral law, some web­sites and apps must pro­vide parental noti­fi­ca­tion and obtain parental con­sent before col­lect­ing per­sonal infor­ma­tion from chil­dren under the age of 13.  The district will not knowingly use, with or without your consent, any program or service if the program or service sells or shares personally identifiable information beyond what is necessary to operate the program or service, in the case of a merger or acquisition, or as required by law.

You can learn more about online privacy by visiting San Ramon Valley Unified School District’s Digital Citizenship webpage (


David Bolin


WRMS EdFund Update- Parent Letter

Dear Parents,

Our academic success doesn’t just happen. It reflects the concerted efforts of visionary administrators, superb teachers, a dedicated staff … and committed parents. Many parents have ...more

Principal's Welcome Message

“There are people who make things happen, there are people who watch things happen, and there are people who wonder what happened. To be successful, you need to be a person who makes things happen.”
James A. Lovell, Apollo Astronaut

Staff, students, and parents partner together to make things happen at Windemere Ranch Middle School. Since we opened in August of 2005, our students have consistently achieved outstanding scores on state exams placing WRMS in the top one percent of California middle schools. We have twice been recognized as a California Distinguished School, once as a National Blue Ribbon School, and most recently this spring we were recognized as a California Gold Ribbon School.  I am proud that the learning environment here inspires students to do their very best.

Our website is both user-friendly and informative. If you are a parent or student, you will discover more detailed information when you log into your Schoolloop account using the login button located on the left of this homepage. One of my personal goals is to make certain this website is an effective communication tool so that everyone connected to WRMS is well informed about all the activities on campus. Please explore this site and look for updates and pertinent material. You will find that the quick links sidebar connects you to SRV district news and Common Core California State Standards.

If you have any questions or concerns, do not hesitate to contact me. I want to work together with you throughout your child’s time at WRMS to ensure the best possible experience for them. We are good at what we do because our combined efforts encourage students to meet, and even surpass, each and every one of their goals. I urge you to come and help us make things happen at this exceptional California middle school.

Warm Regards,
Dave Bolin, Principal


Mission Statement

All students will learn at high levels and become responsible, productive citizens.

Important Numbers

Main line: 925-479-7400

Attendance line: 925-479-7470

Fax: 925-479-7469

Office Hours: M-F 7:30am- 4pm

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