SAN RAMON -- The San Ramon Valley school district is inviting the community to attend a special school board meeting to discuss options for attendance boundaries for its newest elementary school.
The meeting will be held Monday at 7 p.m. at Dougherty Valley High School
The new school in the Dougherty Valley area of east San Ramon will begin construction in June and is scheduled to open in fall 2016. The new school, being built to accommodate one of the last pockets of new housing built in the area, will help relieve overcrowding at the other four elementary schools in the Dougherty Valley.
Based on input from two community meetings, staff members will provide the board with a set of options to consider, which will include new housing developments near the new school and potentially one or more existing neighborhoods that currently attend other schools.
To view the original proposal, visit http://bit.ly/1p1RWNm.
After this meeting, the board will meet again on Tuesday, June 10 at 7 p.m. to discuss, and possibly decide on the new boundaries.
Contact Joyce Tsai at 925-847-2123. Follow her at Twitter.com/joycetsainews.