Alamo Elementary School

Alamo Elementary School
Alamo Elementary School is listed in the Schools Academic Secondary & Elementary category in Alamo, California. Displayed below are the social networks for Alamo Elementary School which include a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Alamo Elementary School on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 79.

Contact information for Alamo Elementary School is:
100 Wilson Rd
Alamo, CA 94507
(925) 938-0448

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Alamo Elementary School has an overall ZapScore of 79. This means that Alamo Elementary School has a higher ZapScore than 79% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Alamo, California is 35 and in the Schools Academic Secondary & Elementary category is 49. Learn more about ZapScore.

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22-21 WILDCATS!! Live video on the Instagram story!!

15 seconds left in the 4Q. Tied 14-14

Dougherty Valley High School shared San Ramon Valley Unified School District's post.
DV students are doing big things!
Dougherty Valley High School seniors, Ria Arora and Yolanda Shen, spent their summers doing research at UC Davis. Ria and Yolanda were among a select group of students attending the UC Davis Young Scholars Program this summer. They worked one-on-one with research faculty in state-of-the art laboratories for six weeks. Each student in the program works on an individual project and prepares a professional-level research paper and presentation about his or her work. Ria was working in the Neurobiology, Physiology, and Behavior department under the mentorship of Dr. Grace Rosenquist. Ria was researching Tyrosine Sulfation, which is a chemical modification made to a protein after it has been assembled. Tyrosine Sulfation is essential in protein-protein interactions, so this modification is often found in proteins such as adhesion molecules or coagulation factors. Because Ria’s project was in the field of computational biology, she used software such as PyMol to research more about potential places within proteins where Tyrosine Sulfation may occur. Yolanda worked in the Plant Sciences department with Dr. Drakakaki and graduate student Destiny. The research project focused on using a chemical called Endosidin 7 (ES7) in order to study the different products that are used to build a cell plate during plant cell division. Specifically, ES7 will target callose, a polysaccharide. By inhibiting callose at various stages of cell plate maturation in algae, this will enable the team to create a better grasp of callose’s function and path to the forming cell plate, while also forming a greater understanding of the utilized algae (Penium margaritaceum). The advanced science program, now over 50 years old and offered by the School of Education, introduces up to 40 high achieving high school sophomores and juniors to the world of original research in the biological and natural sciences.

Congratulations to the class of 2017!