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Updated Tue, Jan 8th
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Our Marshall Lane PTA will be sponsoring a parent education night on Wednesday, January 30th, 2019. The speaker will be life and parenting coach, Mary Eshen. As you may recall, she provided a parent education night last year about creating independence in children.

This year, her presentation is entitled “Screen Time Battles: How to Avoid Them.” During this talk you will:

  • Learn the pluses and minuses of electronics—smartphones, gaming, texting, apps & YouTube
  • Hear about what you should expect by age group—toddler, elementary, middle and high school
  • Find out how electronics can affect brain development at different stages
  • Get ideas about setting reasonable, age-appropriate limits in your home without a fight
  • Learn what parental controls you can use and what to know as your kids get older
  • Find out what to do when things get out of control
  • Hear about sexual content and what you should know as a parent 

We hope that you will join us to explore the pros and cons of technology for our students.

Updated Mon, Jan 7th

Please click the link below to learn more about upcoming Tech Adventures:

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Updated Mon, Dec 17th

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The holiday season has arrived! Students will be off school from Thursday, December 20th until Monday, January 7th, 2019.

Our entire staff would like to thank you from the bottom of our hearts for your support during the beginning of the 2018-2019 school year. Everything is going well at school and we look forward to continued learning and special events in 2019.

Best wishes from the Marshall Lane teachers and staff members for a safe and happy holiday season! See you back at school in the new year!

Updated Mon, Dec 17th
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The  Girls on the Run program provides an after school opportunity for girls to learn social skills as well as improve their physical abilities. There are still some spots available for the 2019 Girls on the Run season on a first come, first serve basis. The program starts in March 2019  on Wednesdays and Fridays after school and and lasts for 10 weeks.  At the end of the season, all of the girls participate in a 5K run at Vasona Park.

You can sign up on the website  Spots for adult coaches are also available. Girls on the Run is so much fun! Join us!
Updated Thu, Dec 13th

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Parents & Students – 

Lost and Found is overflowingwith jackets, sweatshirts, water bottles and lunchboxes too!  

Take a look and see if anything there belongs to you -

ALL remaining items will be donated to charity over the winter break.  

Updated Wed, Dec 19th

State’s updated accountability charts offer simpler view of complex data.

This month, the California Department of Education released the second edition of the state’s School Dashboard, the two-year-old accountability tool for measuring local schools and districts across a number of indicators. This 2018 version contains two new data points and improved graphics for easier viewing. (Download the overview flyer.)

dashboard logo"The color-based charts provide an easier way to see students progress through multiple measures, such as academics, school climate, and parent engagement," said Shelly Viramontez, Superintendent of Campbell Union School District (CUSD). "We’re committed to preparing our TK-8 students for their 21st century workplace and, as it evolves, this tool will offer a way to gauge progress and measure effectiveness."

Before viewing dashboards for CUSD schools, please note:

  • The Local Indicator Data on each school’s dashboard is not specific to that school but represents the entire district.
  • There is no district-wide dashboard. The district-level dashboard is represented by CUSD’s one non-charter school in 2018 report: Campbell Middle School. For the 2019 report, Rosemary Elementary school will represent the district as the district’s non-charter school.

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Updated Fri, Dec 7th

Three trustees begin new terms. Board sets schedule for next year.

Each December, the Campbell Union School District Governing Board holds an Organizational Meeting at which they welcome incoming trustees, elect officers, assign subcommittees, and set the meeting schedule for the coming calendar year. Pictured above are (l to r) Chris Miller; Danielle M.S. Cohen; Pablo A. Beltran (Clerk); Richard H. Nguyen (Vice President); Michael L. Snyder (President). 

3adults swear oathAt left, Superintendent Viramontez administered the Oath of Office to three trustees who began new terms: returning trustees (l to r) Richard H. Nguyen and Danielle M.S. Cohen, and newly elected member Chris Miller.

The Board and staff also recognized retiring board member Thomas M. Gemetti for his six years of service, which included serving as Clerk, Vice President and President.

Campbell Union School District is governed by five elected trustees who serve four-year terms. Governing Board members ensure that the policies, funding priorities and personnel are in place to provide an education beyond the expected to our more than 7500 preschool-through-eighth-grade students. More information about the Governing Board is online.

Updated Tue, Jan 8th

Parents of children entering Kindergarten, Transitional Kindergarten or middle school take note!

Enrollment for the 2019-20 school year will begin January 22, 2019.
Information is available online and by calling Campbell Union School District’s main office.

Campbell Union School District provides education beyond the expected for more than 7,500 preschool-through-eighth-grade students from the communities of Campbell, Los Gatos, Monte Sereno, San Jose, Santa Clara, and Saratoga. In addition to traditional school settings, we offer families school options as dual language immersion, parent participation, design thinking/innovation, and home schooling.

Updated Thu, Nov 29th

The City of Saratoga is seeking your help to encourage the parents of students at your school to participate in this short 3-minute survey by December 21, 2018. In April 2018, the City of Saratoga joined the Safe Routes to School effort to increase the number of students using active transportation methods, such as walking and bicycling, and to promote healthy and active lifestyles. This survey will help the City understand the current modes of travel used by students and identify options to improve access for active transportation methods. 

The survey can be found online at You are welcome to use the attached flyer and/or the brief announcement included below:

Please participate in this short 3-minute survey by December 21 to help the City of Saratoga find new ways to encourage children to use active transportation methods, like walking or biking, to get to and from school. 

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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