Marshall Lane Elementary School

School News

Updated Tue, Sep 27th

Updated Mon, Sep 26th
Attention Marshall Lane Families:
Our School Resource Officer (SRO) let us know that the traffic situation on Marshall Lane has their attention and they will be enforcing traffic laws and issuing citations.  Parents should be mindful when parking and manuevering on Marshall Lane by avoiding parking illegally and/or blocking neighbors driveways or the street.  We appreciate your understanding in keeping our community and our children safe!
Updated Thu, Sep 8th

Greetings Marshall Lane parents,

Week 2 is off to a really good start! Here are a couple of gentle reminders around morning drop-off and afternoon pick-up that will ease congestion in the parking lots and at the gates:

At morning drop off:

-Please use the upper gate for 4th and 5th grade drop off only

-Please use the lower gate only for K-3 drop off

Parents and students are allowed on campus 10 minutes before the start of school and teachers open their classroom doors 3 minutes before the final bell, so maintaining separate lower and upper entrances allows us to have appropriate supervision in place at the time your student arrives at school.

What should you do if you have a lower grade and an upper grade student to drop off? Please use the upper gate to drop off your 4th/5th grader and come to the lower gate to drop off your K-3 student. 

At afternoon pick-up, if you have a lower grade and an upper grade student to pick up, please have your upper grade student exit the lower gate to meet their sibling for pick up in the lower lot. 

Thanks in advance for your cooperation. My hope is that these adjustments will help us maintain a safe, supervised space in the mornings and reduce the traffic congestion in the upper lot during the afternoon.

If you have questions, please reach out to us in the office so we can help.

Thanks,

Patrick Sieler
Principal, Marshall Lane Elementary School

Updated Thu, Sep 1st

Hi Marshall Lane Parents,

Thank you all for helping to make our first day of school get off to such a smooth start! I hope your student had a very successful first day of school. 
Our first day revealed some areas we'll be fine-tuning—like student pick-up and drop-off. To help us smooth out some of the kinks, please remember to park in designated areas and keep accessible parking spots available for those who are in need.
At the end of the school day, students will be walked out the to pick up area by their teacher. At the lower lot, Grades 1-3 will be escorted to the steps at the pick up area by their teacher. Please use your windshield name placard to help teachers reunite you with your child as quickly as possible. 
If you are meeting your 1st-3rd grade student at the pick up area, please wait at the benches away from the main office breezeway. We'd really like to keep the breezeway area clear of as much traffic as possible for a calm and orderly Kindergarten pick-up.
Thank you again for helping us get the 2022-23 school year at Marshall Lane off to a great start! As always, reach out to us in the main office if you have questions or concerns. 
Thanks,

Patrick Sieler

Principal, Marshall Lane Elementary School
Updated Wed, Aug 31st

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Updated Wed, Aug 24th

Hello Marshall Lane Families,

Below is information to help answer questions you may have about the first day of school. If you still have questions, please give us a call at 408-364-4259 so we can help.

When is the first day of school? The first day of school is on Thursday, August 18th.

What should I do to prepare my student for their first day? Please be sure you test your child for Covid-19 the day before school starts (August 17). Returning students were given tests the last week of school.  If you are new to the district or are in need of a test, please stop by the office August 11th from 8:00a-3:00p or August 15th from 2:30-4:00.  If your child tests positive for Covid-19, do not send them to school. Contact Tricia Urrutia in the main office at 408-341-7076, or by email at  to report an absence.

What time does school start? 

TK-3rd grade's warning bell is at 8:12 am. School starts at 8:15 am. Students who are not in their seats by 8:15 am will be marked tardy.

The 4th and 5th grade warning bell is at 8:02 am. School starts at 8:05 am. Students not in their seat at 8:05 are marked tardy.

You can find our bell schedule on the Marshall Lane website:  mlane.campbellusd.org

Where do I drop off my student? There are separate locations for student drop off depending on grade level.

TK-3rd grade drop off is in the lower lot (Marilyn Lane entrance).  **TK and K students must be walked to class.

4th and 5th grade drop off is in the upper lot (Sobey Road entrance)   

Parents are allowed to be on campus for 10 minutes before the first bell to walk their student(s) to class and then depart campus.

When and where do I pick up my student? Parents are not allowed on campus at pick up. 

TK and K students are released at 2:20 and must be picked up at the gate of the lower lot. 

1st-3rd grade students are also released at 2:20 and can be picked up at the gate or in the drive thru pick up line.

Pick up for 4th and 5th grade students is at 2:30 pm in the upper lot. You may drive thru or pick up at the gate. 

Please note that Wednesdays are an early release day. TK-3rd grade students are released at 1:20 pm; 4th and 5th graders are released at 1:30 pm.

What does my student need? All students need a full-size backpack (no wheel-type backpacks, please) and a water bottle. A free morning snack and lunch are provided to all students. Students may bring their own snack and lunch if they prefer. All items brought to school must be labeled with the child’s name. For safety, please no glass containers.  Although masks are not mandatory, please make sure your student has at least one mask in their backpack - there are times that masks will be needed on campus.  Younger students should have a change of clothes in case of accidents.

What school supplies will my student need to bring? The school provides all the books and materials for your student. If you would like to make an optional donation to the school to help out, please visit our website @ mlane.campbellusd.org under Resources and Family Involvement. We appreciate any support!

When will I know which class my child is in? Class lists by student ID number will be posted to the school website at 4:00 pm on Wednesday, August 17.   Please note that class placements are tentative and adjustments may be required in the first weeks of school.

What if my child is absent? Please contact Tricia Urrutia at 408-341-7076 or by email at TUrrutia [at] campbellusd.org to report your student’s absence.

We look forward to a successful 2022/2023 school year!

Pat Sieler, principal

Updated Mon, Aug 22nd

During the school day, while teachers are at lunch for a well-deserved break, student supervision is covered by yard-duty and volunteer staff who step in to help out, but this year we've come up short—we need your help! We'd love to consider you for a position on our supervision team as one of our paid yard duty assistants. If you're interested, please call or stop by the office to find out more. Or, if you would like to volunteer and have already completed the volunteer process from last year, please contact Ann Steele at 408-364-4259 x4450 or ansteele [at] campbellusd.org to let her know of your availability.  If you have not already completed the volunteer process, please do so by clicking on this link (please note ALL new volunteers must complete this process to be allowed on campus to volunteer) https://app.informedk12.com/link_campaigns/vo...

Yard duty is from 11:20 am to 12:40 pm every school day. Please give us a call!

Updated Tue, Aug 16th

Dear Parents of Marshall Lane Elementary School,

I’m honored and excited to begin the 2022-23 school year as the new principal of Marshall Lane Elementary. If, like me, you are new to the Marshall Lane community, welcome aboard! If you are a returning family, we’re glad to have you back! On behalf of the staff and teachers here, we look forward to welcoming you when school resumes on August 18.

By way of introduction, here’s a little about my background. I have been an educator for about twenty years, first as a 7th and 8th grade social studies, US History, and drama teacher at Willow Glen Middle School in San Jose. I served as the assistant principal of discipline at WGMS for three years, and then as the assistant principal of instruction for 6 years. Here are my impressions as I assume the principal position from Mrs. Priscilla Spencer: 

This is a great school!

During my transition meetings with Mrs. Spencer and in my time with the staff, their dedication to the academic and social-emotional well-being of all students stands front and center. As an educator very familiar with the middle school experience, I know how vital it is that students are well-prepared for what comes next. 

As teachers return to prepare for the new school year, our focus will be to continue the work to provide rigorous academic instruction while meeting the social-emotional needs of students in our care. Your participation in the life of the school will continue to play a big part in the success of our learning community. My door is open and I welcome the opportunity to hear from you if you have questions or concerns. 

With thanks to Mrs. Spencer for her excellent stewardship and to the Marshall Lane staff and teachers for their warm welcome and generosity as I step in as principal, I look forward to carrying on the proud tradition of educational excellence at Marshall Lane.

Go Mustangs!

Pat Sieler, principal

Kindergarten 

Updated Wed, Aug 17th

Dear Parents of Marshall Lane Elementary School,
I’m honored and excited to begin the 2022-23 school year as the new principal of Marshall Lane Elementary. If, like me, you are new to the Marshall Lane community, welcome aboard! If you are a returning family, we’re glad to have you back! On behalf of the staff and teachers here, we look forward to welcoming you when school resumes on August 18.
By way of introduction, here’s a little about my background. I have been an educator for about twenty years, first as a 7th and 8th grade social studies, US History, and drama teacher at Willow Glen Middle School in San Jose. I served as the assistant principal of discipline at WGMS for three years, and then as the assistant principal of instruction for 6 years. Here are my impressions as I assume the principal position from Mrs. Priscilla Spencer: 
This is a great school!
During my transition meetings with Mrs. Spencer and in my time with the staff, their dedication to the academic and social-emotional well-being of all students stands front and center. As an educator very familiar with the middle school experience, I know how vital it is that students are well-prepared for what comes next. 
As teachers return to prepare for the new school year, our focus will be to continue the work to provide rigorous academic instruction while meeting the social-emotional needs of students in our care. Your participation in the life of the school will continue to play a big part in the success of our learning community. My door is open and I welcome the opportunity to hear from you if you have questions or concerns. 
With thanks to Mrs. Spencer for her excellent stewardship and to the Marshall Lane staff and teachers for their warm welcome and generosity as I step in as principal, I look forward to carrying on the proud tradition of educational excellence at Marshall Lane.
Go Mustangs!
Pat Sieler, principal

Updated Thu, Jun 2nd

Marshall Lane is full of super stars! Here are the ones who were  honored this year at the Campbell Union School District awards ceremony at the Campbell Community Center:

Teacher of the Year–Pat Tappan, ELD Teacher

Classified Employee of the Year–Irma Jaime, Custodian

Volunteer of the Year–Adrien Van Matre, Parent

Congratulations to them! We are grateful for their many contributions and all of their hard work!