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    CogAT Testing

    Cognitive Abilities Test (CogAT) is an optional test used to measure reasoning skills and identify students for Gifted and Talented Education. Students in grades 3 and 4 may take the CogAT this fall. Additionally, students in grades 5-7 who are new to our district may take the test. CogAT is scheduled for the morning of Saturday, November 2, 2019. Parents must register their child on the CogAT Testing Registration site. Registration will close on Sunday, September 22, 2019, or earlier if space becomes full. 

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    School Site Council Parent Nominees

    Bobby Hagerty

    My name is Bobby Hagerty and I am hoping to represent the families of Tassajara students on the Site Council as a parent representative. I am a father of two children, both who currently attend Tassajara Hills Elementary (Kindergarten and 2nd Grade). I have grown up in the San Ramon Valley and have called the Bay Area home for more than twenty years, I attended UC Davis for undergrad and then again for graduate school earning an MBA. I've worked in the technology sales for my entire career, and currently work for Salesforce. The past few years, I have enjoyed volunteering as a coach for my children's baseball, flag football and soccer teams. In my rare free time, I enjoy running, wake boarding and snowboarding.

    I am excited about the opportunity to contribute to our community and support Tassajara Hills Elementary. It would be my honor and privilege to represent you on the School Site Council. Thank you.


    Janet Mun

    Hi my name is Janet Mun, and I look forward to being a site council parent representative on behalf of the families at Tassajara Hills Elementary.

    While this is a new role for me, in high school, I was elected to be on the site council as a student representative.

    I think that gives me a unique perspective- having had that experience, and now being a parent to two girls at THE. My goal is to contribute to important discussions and help make good decisions that will be in the best interest of our educational community.

    I look forward to working with staff and other parents to help develop, review, and evaluate new ways to improve schoolwide goals and safety plans.

    Thank you.


    Michale Fernandes

    My name is Michael Fernandes and I am hoping to represent the families of Tassajara Hills students on the Site Council as a parent representative. I am a father of two children, Angelina in Kindergarten and Daniel in second grade. My wife Lilia is currently the PTA President, so you can say we both want to make the school our kids are in the best environment for all. I grew up in Livermore and have always called the Bay Area my home. I went to school to become a firefighter paramedic and was training as a volunteer firefighter for the Alameda County Fire Dept. During school I worked at Starbucks, then fell into repairing their equipment. That’s when my job turned into a career. In 2010 I opened a coffee sales and service company (American Beverage and Coffee equipment engineering, or ABCee), based here in downtown Danville. We donate annually to the Meals on Wheels program and are always looking for an opportunity to serve the community we call our home. In my spare time I like to ride my Harley with my dad or go out for the day with my family on the lake. 

    I’d love to represent the parents of Tassajara Hills on Site Council as a parent of two who truly values the community we live in. I want to give back to the school by utilizing my time to make sure our school has some of the best safety practices out there and that our kids come out of the school as well rounded and highly educated as we can expect. 

    Pamela Paris

    My name is Pamela Paris and I would be honored to be a parent representative on the Tassajara Hills Elementary Site Council.  I am a mother to a 2nd grader at T.H.E.  We moved to Danville last year and had such a wonderful, welcoming first year at T.H.E. (Thank you!)  I was in awe of the amount of volunteering parents provide here and I would like to do my part as a member of this community.  I have worked in the field of education for almost two decades as a professor at UCSF.  With that experience and the principal's guidance, I am committed to helping ensure our school maintains a safe environment and great programs for students to thrive.  Thank you for your consideration.

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    About Our School

    About Us

    gold ribbon schoolThis California Gold Ribbon School is located approximately 45 miles east of San Francisco in the San Ramon Valley Unified School District, serving approximately 500 students. Tassajara Hills is a school where your children will be welcomed with open arms.  We pride ourselves on high academic performance, coupled with supporting students' social and emotional development.  Your children will be well cared for by our highly trained, caring, and committed staff.  

    Our California Gold Ribbon award recognizes our commitment to ensure all students learn at high levels.  Students experience a well-rounded curriculum with a strong focus on core academic skills.  In addition we have have a strong visual and performing arts program where all students perform annually in grade level musical performances.  This program, along with our strong reading, library, and technology program are co-funded by district funds and voluntary donations.  The partnership between home and school is invaluable and our Foundation and PTA lead the way.  Generous family contributions and successful fundraisers augment our academic programs and provide teachers and students with the tools they need to achieve at high levels.