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Winter Break Raspberry Jam Register NOW!
December 23, 2019

We are pleased to offer a Winter Break Jam (for beginners) and JAM Competition (for Intermediate/Advanced) led by our SRVEF Imagineering team. Our goal is to provide a platform for students to gain the technical expertise needed to thrive in the highly competitive global environment. Getting comfortable with coding and ability to work in functional teams are two major skills we intend to promote along with rewarding technical literacy skills and creativity.

The Raspberry Pi is a powerful, yet inexpensive, micro-computer that is the perfect tool for an introduction to hardware and physical computing. At this event, we will work hands-on with various sensors, LEDs, and other components, and use programming to control our circuits.

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SRVEF Announces 2019 Grant Awards123 Grants Totaling Over $72,000

The San Ramon Valley Education Foundation (SRVEF) is pleased to announce that it has awarded 123 teacher grants totaling $72,443 to the San Ramon Valley Unified School District (SRVUSD), which includes twenty eight music and science grants funded by the SRVEF Endowment Committee. This year’s total amount awarded exceeds last year’s total by more than $5,000.

The SRVEF grants committee read and reviewed over 350 grant applications submitted from SRVUSD schools. Partnering with DonorsChoose.org for the application process, external supporters and matching funds helped to extend the SRVEF grant funding this year.


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