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Updated Wed, May 16th

Assistance League volunteers add learning opportunities at Rosemary.


 

More Rosemary students have the chance to be innovative, collaborative, and critical thinkers as they participate in lessons that combine science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics (STEAM).

The Assistance League Los Gatos-Saratoga now provides an enhanced (district-approved) curriculum and materials for helping students to think like engineers, architects, and more.

This week's lesson (pictured here) has students working in pairs to build tall and stable structures using every-day items. After hearing the story of Iggy Peck Architect, they learned about how triangle and cylinder shapes affect building construction and incorporated them into their towers.

The Assistance League Los Gatos-Saratoga has provided a wide range of support to Campbell Union School District students and schools over the years. The group plans to expand this new STEAM offering to Blackford Elementary School next year. 

Updated Tue, Jun 12th

Studying California history is part of the fourth grade social science curriculum, but students often do not realize how close to home those historic facts are.

During a City of Campbell dedication event at John D. Morgan Park, students from Rosemary and Capri schools sat on what would have been the front lawn of Sabatian Peralta's adobe and heard what life was like for the family's children and parents. The event also featured traditional Mexican dancing, characters in turn-of-the-century costumes, and recreational activities for the students.

Updated Tue, May 1st

Cornerstone Corner: Sebastian’s Roller Skates

In this month’s ABC book: “Sebastian’s Roller Skates” by Joan de Déu Prats, Sebastian gains confidence while practicing a new physical activity: roller-skating! His newly developed confidence empowers him to speak up and participate more fully in other areas of his life as well. This book shows how physical activity, perseverance, and hard work can bring about great leaps of confidence and skill.

Goals of lesson

  • Help students explore and discover their sparks (interests, dreams, passions, etc.)  
  • Reflect upon and identify the support students receive from their peers, family, and community.  
  • Learn to change mud thoughts into clear thoughts.  
  • Empower students to provide support to their peers, family, and community.

To reinforce this lesson at home, ask your child:  

  • What dreams do you have for your future?  
  • Which mentors or role models who have a strong purpose in life do you admire? Why?  
  • If you could do one thing with your life, what would it be? Why? 

Here are some tips that might help your child find a sense of purpose:  

  • Cut down on television, computer, and telephone time to give your child time to develop her or his interests.  
  • Model having a sense of purpose. Do the things that matter to you.  
  • Compare passion lists. Have family members each write down five things they're passionate about and then talk about them.  
  • Model using positive self-talk and turn mud thoughts into clear thoughts.  
    • “I hate spelling. I never will be able to spell.”-mud thought  
    • “Spelling is hard for me, but I can practice and work hard to do better.”- clear thought.
    • When you “catch” kids modeling positive behaviors...Notice, Name it, and Celebrate it! 
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Updated Fri, Apr 27th

You are cordially invited to our school’s Multicultural Festival and Resource Fair scheduled for May 4th from 4-7 pm. The goal of the Multicultural Festival is to promote a safe, welcoming, and inclusive campus environment where every family has a sense of belonging. This event will be completely parent lead as the coordination & participation will be primarily from parents and some students. The resource fair component will include multiple community-based organizations that will promote their services and resources to our families. We will also be having a variety of performers such as The Kung Fu Academy, Lion/Dragon Dance, Taiko Drummers, Mariachi, Baile Folklorico (performed by Rosemary students), African-American Drumming, food and arts & crafts tables. Please join us!  

Updated Fri, Apr 20th

Many families like to shop at their local farmer's market on the weekend. Wouldn't it be nice if the farmer's market came to you? All Rosemary students get to experience a local farmer's market at school on Friday, April 27th. Food4Thought will offer a variety of colorful fruits and vegetables. In addition, kids will see some of the great variety of produce the great San Joaquin Valley grows. Upper-grade students will also receive "funny money" to purchase items of their choice. Part of this experience includes students learning about money and how it can buy nutritional items. 

Updated Mon, May 7th

We are having our Sixth Annual Spelling Bee at Rosemary School on May 29th. Encourage your 3rd, 4th and 5th graders to participate, challenge themselves and enhance their vocabulary.

It will be a fun event to be part of!

A list of words was sent home.

Updated Wed, Apr 18th

Students at Rosemary are able to see their lunch choices displayed in the cafeteria's lunch line. Our lunches are prepared locally and delivered daily. We would like to give a big thanks to our cafeteria crew: Cel, and Elizabeth. 

Updated Tue, Apr 17th

More than 1,600 people participated, providing thoughts, ideas, and questions for the district leadership.

Input from parents, staff and other community members is very important to us in Campbell Union School District. Working closely with our community is essential to ensuring that the needs of all students are met. 

In January, we added ThoughtExchange—a new, online way for our community to engage and communicate with us about our district and schools. See the results here.

The response rate for this first-time, online forum was high, with more than 1,600 people generating and rating more than 2,700 thoughts, ideas, and questions for us. Results from this and future ThoughtExchanges will inform our goals and decisions for the Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP), our Profile of a Graduate, and other initiatives aimed at providing an education beyond the expected.

Thank you for engaging in this new way to converse with us.

Updated Wed, Apr 4th

Participate in our monthly spirit day and giggle at recess sharing your creativity with your friends.  Come to Rosemary with crazy hair on Friday, April 27, 2018

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Updated Wed, Apr 4th

District Governing Board urges lawmakers to support greater school safety through increased funding and “common sense gun reforms.”

At their March 29 meeting, the elementary school district trustees passed Resolution 2017-18-25 calling on state and federal legislators to do more to bolster funding for services that support students’ mental, physical and emotional health and protect students from gun violence. 

“Gun violence on school campuses, while relatively rare, represents a particularly egregious and unacceptable threat to the lives of students, teachers, and staff across the country,” the resolution states. 

Prompted by the February 2018 mass shooting at a Florida high school, the resolution cites data about bullying, harassment, and student access to guns, and it asserts students’ and staff’s rights to safety at school. 

The resolution also requests for adequate funding to support students social and emotional needs in addition to their academic achievement.

“Our District partners with community health services to help students and families who need support with social-emotional and other non-instructional issues,” said Superintendent Shelly Viramontez. “The costs of educating and supporting students have been rising faster than state and federal funding, making it difficult to provide services that allow our teachers to teach while students get support for their social-emotional well-being.” 

A copy of the full resolution is available on the district’s website.

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  • In Session8:05–9:40
  • Recess9:40–10:00
  • In Session10:00–11:20
  • Lunch11:20–11:59
  • In Session11:59–2:10 *

* Wednesdays end at 1:10

  • In Session8:05–9:40
  • Recess9:40–10:00
  • In Session10:00–11:35
  • Lunch11:35–12:14
  • In Session12:14–2:10 *

* Wednesdays end at 1:10

  • In Session8:05–10:30
  • Recess10:30–10:50
  • In Session10:50–11:50
  • Lunch11:50–12:29
  • In Session12:29–2:10 *

* Wednesdays end at 1:10

  • In Session8:05–10:30
  • Recess10:30–10:50
  • In Session10:50–12:00
  • Lunch12:00–12:39
  • In Session12:39–2:10 *

* Wednesdays end at 1:10

  • In Session8:05–10:05
  • Recess10:05–10:25
  • In Session10:25–12:10
  • Lunch12:10–12:49
  • In Session12:49–2:30 *

* Wednesdays end at 1:30

  • In Session 8:05–10:05
  • Recess10:05–10:25
  • In Session 10:25–12:30
  • Lunch 12:30–1:10
  • In Session 1:10–2:30
 

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