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Each of our schools has a Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) that is built upon input from students, staff, families and community partners. That input informs decisions about initiatives aimed at meeting the needs of all students.
 
Through meetings and the Thoughtexchange online forum, our community is an integral part of the process to establish and update our LCAP plans and allow for more locally based decision-making.
 
The results of the 2018 ThoughtExchanges have helped us identify some major themes to work toward. One example was the desire for more hands-on learning opportunities and more field trips. Our school leadership teams looked at the feedback and worked to address them through school budgets and programs. Details about how the input affected your school’s LCAP is available from the principal.
 
We believe that working closely with parents and community members is essential to ensuring that the needs of all students are met. Next month, we will invite you to participate in our second LCAP ThoughtExchange conversation. We hope you will join us in sharing thoughts and ideas for preparing students for a successful future.

Updated Tue, Nov 27th

Please click on the link below to read information about our new report card format.

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Updated Tue, Nov 20th

District Seeks Quality "Guest Teachers" for Elementary and Middle Schools.

Starting December  2018, Campbell Union School District's Guest Teachers will earn more than before.  

"Substitutes provide a valuable service, and we want to attract the best," said Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources Lena Budntzen.

As of December 1st, pay rates for substitute teachers will be as follows:

  • $155      Daily – Elementary
  • $165      Daily – Middle School (Monroe and Rolling Hills)
  • $175      Long Term (15 days or more) – Elementary
  • $185      Long Term (15 days or more) – Middle School (Monroe and Rolling Hills)

CUSD Retirees ear $25 per day more than the basic rate (Article 17.2)

  • $180      CUSD Retiree Daily – Elementary
  • $190      CUSD Retiree Daily – Middle School (Monroe and Rolling Hills)
  • $200      CUSD Retiree Long Term (15 days or more) – Elementary
  • $210      CUSD Retiree Long Term (15 days or more) – Middle School (Monroe and Rolling Hills)
Updated Mon, Nov 19th

A video message of appreciation from the Superintendent

Superintendent Shelly Viramontez sends a video message of appreciation to the Campbell Union School District community for all that families, friends and employees do for the more than 7800 preschool-through-8th-grade students. With just over 60 school days completed, and after the challenges of the past week, we are more thankful than ever to everyone in our district's community for their support of ALL of our students.

Schools will reopen on Monday, November 26th!

La Superintendente Shelly Viramontez envía un mensaje de video de agradecimiento a la comunidad del Distrito Escolar Unido de Campbell por todo lo que las familias, los amigos y los empleados hacen por los más de 7800 alumnos desde preescolar hasta 8vo grado. Con un poco más de 60 días escolares terminados, y después de las dificultades de la semana pasada, estamos más agradecidos que nunca a todos en la comunidad de nuestro distrito por su apoyo a TODOS nuestros estudiantes.

¡Las escuelas reabrirán el lunes 26 de noviembre!

Updated Fri, Nov 16th

Please click the link below to view information on Project Cornerstone Book of the Month #3, "Say Something"

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Updated Thu, Nov 29th

At this time, Campbell Union School District's and other schools in Santa Clara County are not closing.

Based on guidance from Santa Clara County Public Health, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and Centers for Disease Control (CDC), we have elected to use a threshold of a 275 air quality index (AQI) to determine when to close our schools. We will be monitoring air quality through www.airnow.gov and informing schools and after-school programs of the guidelines and recommend that families stay informed and be mindful of health concerns.

A joint letter from our Superintendent and the County Superintendent of Schools has more details. It is available online and are emailing it to families via our mass notification system. 

Updated Thu, Nov 15th
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This morning, an unfortunate incident occurred on Marilyn Lane involving one of our students. We have the following safety procedures in place to avoid problems such as these. Please review our policy below.

At Marshall Lane, we have specific procedures to keep students safe during drop off and pick up times. Parents of TK and Kindergarten students are required to park and walk their child to their classroom. For drop off and pick up, the only place where this may take place is in the identified drop off/pick up zones.Children must exit or enter the vehicle on the school side, not on the side adjacent to the traffic lanes. Children and adultsmust use the crosswalks.

It is not safe to drop children off on the streets surrounding the school. Please exercise extreme caution when dropping your child/ren off or picking them up in the appropriate locations and while driving on the streets around our school. Our main goal is “Safety First”. Please help us to achieve this goal every day.

Updated Wed, Nov 14th

Schools follow Spare the Air advisories.

Smoke-filled air has caused school administrators to alter students’ outdoor activity schedules over the past week. Campbell Union School District follows the Environmental Protection Agency’s recommendations and reduces exposure to outdoor air and prolonged exertion for those groups particularly affected by poor air quality.

On Spare the Air Days, staff identifies which students are in the “sensitive group” and follows up with appropriate limits to their outdoor access.

This week, when the air became "unhealthy for all groups," schools enacted school-wide schedules that limited outdoor time and provided more indoor recess and lunch options for all students. They also kept play equipment locked (balls, etc.) to discourage exertion and held some physical education classes indoors. 
Officials are predicting that the air quality will remain poor through the week. If you have not already done so, please notify the school staff if your child has a health condition that would place him or her in the “sensitive group”.

Updated Mon, Nov 5th

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Updated Mon, Nov 5th
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One of the goals of our district is to have all students in school on time every day. Throughout the year, students have days and selected weeks when school is not in session to allow families to go on special vacations and to spend additional time together.

Time at school is limited to 180 days per year. Each grade level is required to teach many standards and to build a strong foundation in every subject area to ensure future student success. Therefore, we prefer that families limit their travel and vacations to days and weeks when school is not in session. Taking students out of school at other times can potentially have negative consequences for their learning journey.

Our district has a policy to provide Independent Studies for situations when students must be away from school for events that cannot be scheduled at another time such as out of town or out of state weddings and other special family celebrations. Independent Studies must be applied for and approved by the teacher and the principal at least five days in advance of the absences. Approval is not automatic. Students with attendance issues, Individualized Education Plans, or who are below grade level may not be approved for Independent Study contracts.  We ask that you please do your best to ensure that your child is at school, ready to learn every day.

If you have questions regarding attendance and/or Independent Study contracts, please contact our principal or a member of our office staff. Thank you for your thoughtful consideration of this topic.

Bell Schedule

  • In Session8:20–10:00
  • Recess10:00–10:20
  • In Session10:20–11:35
  • Lunch11:35–12:25
  • In Session12:25–2:35 *

* Wednesdays end at 1:35

  • In Session8:20–10:00
  • Recess10:00–10:20
  • In Session10:20–11:40
  • Lunch11:40–12:30
  • In Session12:30–2:35 *

* Wednesdays end at 1:35

  • In Session8:20–10:00
  • Recess10:00–10:20
  • In Session10:20–12:05
  • Lunch12:05–12:55
  • In Session12:55–2:35 *

* Wednesdays end at 1:35

  • In Session8:20–10:00
  • Recess10:00–10:20
  • In Session10:20–12:25
  • Lunch12:25–1:00
  • In Session1:00–2:40 *

* Wednesdays end at 1:35

 

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