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Science Bowl Sample Questions

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SRVUSD Math Night Presentation

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Infinite Campus Tutorial Screen Cast



Please give all your recyclable plastics to Krishna Kumar(7th), Aarav Manjunath(7th), Veerein Pala(7th), or Bharath Shridar(7th). You may also leave them at room C204 (Mrs. Tedder) after school.


For more information, please contact Aarav Manjunath(7th) at:


LoopMail him (Search up "Aarav Manjunath")


Red Ribbon Week is all about saying no to drugs and standing up to bullies. 



1. Go to the front office to get the poster paper.

2. Include the theme, 'Life is your journey, travel drug free.'

3. Include the double red ribbon logo. 

4. On the back, include first and last name, grade & 1st period class.

5. Have fun and be creative.


Check out the Red Ribbon Week website for ideas and more information -


TOP 10 entries will receive a prize and have their posters displayed throughout Red Ribbon Week, which runs, 10/22-10/31.


**All entries must be submitted to Ms. Kristal's mailbox in the front office by 10/22.


Join us for a night of fun & fright for ALL ages. 


Check out the Haunted Hallway Flyer for details.


Do you know how many new students GRMS gets a year?

  • A LOT!

Help us welcome new Gryphons by showing them around at lunch and introducing them to your friends.


Sign up to ‘Greet A Gryphon’ on School Loop

- The sign up should take 5-10 minutes.

- We need ALL grades to sign up.

- You will be notified in advance to ‘Greet’ a new student.

Sign up here:


The San Ramon Valley Unified School District is excited to share information about our summer learning programs.  Through our Personalized Learning Initiatives, SRVUSD is expanding educational opportunities for students during the summer months. These options are only available to students beginning  the second semester of their 8th grade year.


The 2018 high school school summer learning options included:

  • Offering SRVUSD high school summer school courses beyond remediation. High school students were able to take SRVUSD summer classes to advance and fulfill graduation requirements.

  • Accepting accredited non-district courses to meet SRVUSD advancement or graduation requirements and be included on official transcripts.

  • Partnering with Diablo Valley College to host summer courses on SRVUSD campuses.

Our 2019 Summer Program will be announced in early 2019. 


Go to the district website for more details and information:



Principal's Message


Principal's Message

October 5, 2018


Dear GRMS Families:


Some newsletters are easy to write and others simply are not. I’ve spent many days thinking about what I wanted write on the following topic because not only is it difficult to write about, for many of us, it’s difficult to discuss. Conversations on race can be hard because they are so personal, so raw, and in today’s climate, they can also be divisive.  Gale Ranch is very fortunate; we are a diverse community, representing many races, cultures and religions. For the past 5+ years I have taken for granted the need to discuss these differences, but the time has come.


Over the past couple of years we have seen a rise of incidents that involve hate.  Mind you, there haven’t been many, but even one is too many. Last week, at our PTSA meeting, a parent was brave enough to share with all in attendance that the N-word had been used towards her son in a hallway of our school.  My greatest responsibility is to create an atmosphere where every student and every staff member feels welcomed, valued and loved--and I have failed. But as I have said often, our greatest failures lay the groundwork for our greatest achievements.  And this achievement will not be mine alone. The partnerships we have created between school and home are now paramount in resolving this issue.


Our end goal is to create a school climate that promotes and values the differences among us. Over the past several years we have taken this calling seriously and have done the following:


* Implemented the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) No Hate For Place initiative, which includes 6th grade curriculum being introduced this year.

* Implemented our own Character Education program.

* Staff training on “Courageous Conversations” with Dr. Lori Watson

* Celebration of Heritage Months

* Staff training on ADL’s Anti-Bias work

* Random Acts of Kindness Club (which is student-initiated and student-led)

* Words Matter Awareness Week

* Implemented the “Speak Up, Be Safe” curriculum for 6th graders

* Climate Committee


With all that we have done, there is so much more that we could be doing.  If you would like to be a part of this ongoing discussion, please plan on attending all upcoming PTSA meetings, as I will use this time to collaborate with you all. 



Sue Goldman, Principal


Upcoming Events

Safety Reminders During Student Pick-up & Drop-Off

Greetings Parents and Students,

We want to thank our entire Gale Ranch Middle School community as we exercise patience and safe driving practices. We need a combined effort from the entire Gale Ranch ...more

Climate Survey Results

If you would like to see the results from the 2016-17 survey, please click here

For more information on SRVUSD's bullying policy and the form for suspected bullying click here. 

Contact Info

Phone: 925-479-1500

Attendance Line: 925-479-1598

Fax Number: 925-479-1595

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7:30 a.m.- 4:00 p.m

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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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