Marshall Lane Elementary School

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Updated Thu, Mar 23rd

Preview dates are March 27th and 30th

Parents have the chance to preview, ask questions, and provide feedback on the three curricula being piloted for Math in grades K-5

The proposed new curricula— Bridges, Eureka Math*, and Investigations— will be available for advance viewing and providing feedback at the District Administration Office’s Hamilton Room:

  • Monday, March 27th, 12 – 1:30pm
  • Thursday, March 30th, 5 – 5:30pm

If you have questions about the proposed curricula, please contact your school’s principal or call the District’s Instructional Services Department, 408-364-4200.

* Name of curriculum corrected 3/14/17

Updated Wed, Mar 8th

Updated Thu, Mar 23rd

The District's Transformation Team is developing a recommendation about transforming Campbell Middle School into a PreK–8th Grade school.

We are seeking input from students, parents, neighbors, employees, and other community members.

Please join us for a community meeting where you can say what is needed for a great new preschool-to-eighth-grade school.

Thursday, March 23, 2017 • 6:00–8:00 p.m. • Campbell Middle School, 295 W. Cherry Lane, Campbell

  • Childcare for school-aged children with advance reservation: 408-341-7283
  • Spanish interpretation available.

More information is on our Transformation web page.  (

Updated Mon, Mar 6th

Safety is our most important consideration at Marshall Lane.  Ensuring that our students are safe is a priority for all of us, not only on the school grounds but also when they arrive at school in the morning and leave every afternoon,

We have noticed that some students who should still be in a car seat or a booster seat are no longer using one even though they are not yet 8 years old.  In addition, the National Highway Traffic Safety Board recommends that all children under 12 years old ride in the back seat of the car.

Here is the text of the law:

California’s Occupant Protection Law
As of 2012, California law requires that children be properly secured in the back seat in a proper child restraint system until they are at least eight years old.* Additionally, all children under age 16 must be properly secured in either a proper child restraint system or seat belt.  On a first offense, a child passenger violation will cost a minimum of $475 with penalty assessments.  A second or subsequent offense carries a minimum cost of $1,055.  If the parent is not in the car, the driver gets the ticket.

Estimates from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) indicate that 33 children age four and under would have been saved in 2008 in California had they been properly restrained in a child safety seat.

*NHTSA recommends all children 12 and under ride in the back seat.

Our goal in reminding you of these important safety considerations is to assist you in keeping your precious child/ren safe.  We are working with the Sheriff’s Office and our School Resource Officer to monitor this situation. Thank you for reading this information and for helping us to protect your child’s safety in your vehicle.  They are worth it!

Updated Mon, Mar 6th

During two small windows of time every school day, almost 600 students arrive at Marshall Lane to join their classmates.  Although we are fortunate to have two parking lots and organized drop off and pick up procedures, the sheer volume of traffic creates a challenge at these times.  We are asking for your help and cooperation to make this process as smooth as possible for everyone.

Please follow these simple procedures when parking, picking up or dropping off your child/ren.

  • Be courteous and patient in our parking lot and the surrounding areas. All of the people in line also have children at our school and they want them to be safe.
  • Park only in marked parking spaces.  Leaving your car in red zones, handicapped spaces or adjacent to fences that are clearly marked “No Parking” blocks traffic and causes additional problems.
  • Be kind to our neighbors by not blocking their driveways or parking on their property.
  • Stopping in the traffic lane on Sobey Drive to drop off or pick up your child/ren is unsafe and blocks traffic.  Either use the drop off zones in the parking lots or park your car and walk your child into school. 

The Sheriff’s Department Traffic Control Division has been advised of issues that have been reported and have agreed to monitor and write citations to those who are not following the traffic laws.

We appreciate the cooperation and patience of everyone as we attempt to make the process as smooth as possible.  Thank you!

Updated Mon, Mar 6th

Did you know that Marshall Lane currently has a preschool program for 2 to 5 year olds?  It is an excellent developmentally appropriate program that is run by caring professionals who are employees of our district.  Both part and full time programs are available.  Preschool helps to prepare students to enter Transitional Kindergarten or Kindergarten and be successful students.

Want to check it out?  Our preschool program will be hosting an open house on Saturday, March 11th from 10:00 to 12:00.  Come on over to meet our preschool teachers, tour the preschool classrooms and view the curriculum that is offered.  Hope to see you there!

Updated Mon, Mar 6th

For the past few years, 5th grade students have had the opportunity to contribute to the Marshall Lane yearbook by submitted designs for the cover.  This year, we had a record number of participants!  Twenty-three students participated.  There were so many good entries into the contest that the final decision was difficult.  Our staff voted and here are the results.

Winners of the Yearbook cover and inside page contest:

Yearbook cover winner:

• Anne-Katherin Hoehler (Rm 10 Mrs. Sisemore)

Yearbook inside page winner:

• Ai Kihara ( Rm 10 Mrs. Sisemore)

Yearbook participants:

• Parhum Motamedi ( Rm 10 Mrs. Sisemore)

• Faith Gonia ( Rm 10 Mrs. Sisemore)

• Miles Gardner ( Rm 10 Mrs. Sisemore)

• Jeremiah Lai ( Rm 10 Mrs. Sisemore)

• Dagny Olguin ( Rm 10 Mrs. Sisemore)

• Mia Danieli ( Rm 10 Mrs. Sisemore)

• Dana Garcia ( Rm 10 Mrs. Sisemore)

• Thanmayi Buddhavarapu ( Rm 10 Mrs. Sisemore)

• Brandon Samaniego ( Rm 10 Mrs. Sisemore)

• Donya Haghshenas (Rm 11 Mrs. Rose)

• Coco Dougher (Rm 11 Mrs. Rose)

• Ashley Alston (Rm 11 Mrs. Rose)

• Talya Wilson (Rm 11 Mrs. Rose)

• Diego Mantelli (Rm 11 Mrs. Rose)

• Siena Bye (Rm 11 Mrs. Rose)

• Peyton Nelesen (Rm 11 Mrs. Rose)

• Holly Williams (Rm 11 Mrs. Rose)

• Marina Halbert (Rm 5 Mrs. Howard)

• Leo Chun (Rm 5 Mrs. Howard)

• Sia Aggarwai (Rm 5 Mrs. Howard)

• Marissa Anderson (Rm 5 Mrs. Howard)

Updated Wed, Mar 1st

Starting March 1st, CUSD families can begin signing their children up for summer camps! Campbell Union School District offers a variety of fun and enriching summer camp options for your student. Visit to see the variety of options available.   Space is limited and camps fill up fast.  Register now online, or in the CUSD Extensions office.

Updated Thu, Mar 23rd

A new website, called the California School Dashboard, will feature easy-to-read reports on multiple measures of school success, including test scores, graduation rates, and more.

California is field testing a new website designed to help communities across the state access important information about K–12 districts and schools – including ours. It's called the California School Dashboard, and it's coming March 2017. 

The Dashboard is the next step in series of major shifts in public education as a result of 2013's Local Control Funding Formula. California has raised the bar for student learning, transformed testing and placed the focus on equity for all students. The site features easy-to-read reports on multiple measures of school success, including test scores, graduation rates, English learning progress and suspension rates.

To learn more about California's accountability and continuous improvement efforts, visit

NOTE: A letter from the Superintendent is being sent to parents on Thursday, March 9th. It can also be seen in the e-flyers links.

Updated Thu, Mar 23rd

Transformation Team members tour Campbell Middle School before a meeting about what is needed for creating a quality PreK-through-8 school here.

On February 16th, Superintendent Eric Andrew provided the Governing Board with an update on preliminary progress with transforming Campbell Middle School (CMS) into a PreK-8 school.  The following is a list of key points.

What Work has the Transformation Team done?

  1. Developing Guiding Principles
  2. Developed an Internal Communication Structure
  3. Developed an External Communication Structure
  4. Toured the Campbell M.S. Facility
  5. Developed a Transformation Team (TT) Meeting Calendar
  6. Developed a Transformation Leadership Team (TLT) Meeting Calendar
  7. Developed a Tentative Timeline

What are the Transformation Team milestones?

1.   In March: Select a Transformation Model

a.  “Pull Off the Band-Aid” Approach – Close the school

b.  Phase Out – Remaining grades permitted to promote to high school

c.  Phase In/Phase Out – Upper grades promote to high school; lower grades enrolled simultaneously

2.   March 23: Community Input Meeting (6:30 p.m. at Campbell Middle School)

3.   Late March: Visits to Existing K-8 Schools

4.   In April: Start Design/Theme

5.   May 23: Community Input Meeting (TBA)

6.   June 1: Plan Presented to the Board

For more details, please visit our School Transformation web page.

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  • Recess 10:00–10:20
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  • Lunch 11:35–12:25
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  • In Session 12:55–2:35*
  • * Wednesdays end at 1:35
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  • Recess 10:00–10:20
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  • Lunch 12:25–1:00
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  • * Wednesdays end at 1:35

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