With the passage of the Measure G General Obligation Bond in 2016, Castro Valley Unified School District (CVUSD) is able to plan for and start the modernization of school buildings and outdoor facilities across all 15 campuses. The State of California requires Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committees (CBOCs) to inform the public concerning the expenditures and use of bond funds at least once a year. The Measure G CBOC has prepared their Annual Report as of December 31, 2018.
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Castro Valley, CA – (February 8, 2019) – The community is invited to a ribbon cutting ceremony for the mat room project at Creekside Middle School on Tuesday, February 19, 2019 at 3:30 p.m. This is one of many improvements paid for by Measure G at various schools in Castro Valley. Thank you, Castro Valley voters for supporting Castro Valley schools.
Castro Valley Unified School District Issues Second Series of Bonds from Measure G for Priority Projects
Castro Valley, CA – (February 4, 2019) – On Tuesday, January 29, the Castro Valley Unified School District sold its second series of bonds from Measure G, which was approved by voters in 2016. The District issued $37 million of Measure G bonds, which will fund projects identified in the District’s comprehensive facilities master plan.
Season of Service, Period of Peace (SOSPOP) is a ten-week period from Martin Luther King Day in January through Cesar Chavez Day at the end of March where students engage in non-violence/peace oriented service projects. The idea behind the Season of Service is that students need the opportunity to take responsibility for the culture and climate of their school campus and take a stand for the lives that they want to live. Service projects emphasize a number of issues of non-violence and peace from envisioning a more peaceful school to addressing issues such as bullying, homophobia, hate speech and gang violence.
Thousands of public education professionals and supporters took part in the East Bay Coalition for full Funding rally last Saturday, an event that sent a loud and clear message to Sacramento: Invest in our future by increasing funding to our public schools. Castro Valley teachers, support staff, board members and many other elected officials were joined by students, parents and administrators at Frank Ogawa Plaza in Oakland. Their peaceful demonstration carried the united message that our State must be urged to fully fund public education.
Where: Creekside Middle School, 19722 Center St, Castro Valley, CA 94546, USA
Time: 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM
Where: Staff Development Center at CVUSD District Offices
Time: 6 PM – 8 PM
Where: The Boardroom @ Castro Valley USD
Time: 9:30 AM – 11:30 AM
Where: 4400 Alma Ave, Castro Valley, CA 94546, USA
Time: 7 PM – 9 PM
At a Glance
- 53 Languages spoken by CVUSD Families
- 95.3% Graduation Rate
- 96.4% Attendance Rate
- 1.75:1 Student to Technology Ratio
- 27 Average Years of Teaching Experience Among Staff