Rosemary Elementary School

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Updated Fri, Aug 9th
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Rosemary School is marching forward as a member of the EL Education network of schools.  

EL Education is a 25-year-old organization that grew out of a partnership between Outward Bound USA and the Harvard Graduate School of Education.  

Students at EL Education schools demonstrate craftsmanship by creating work that is accurate and beautiful in conception and execution.  Rosemary staff receive extensive professional development in a proven set of research-based core practices that guide our school transformation.  More about EL Education. More about Rosemary on youtubeEL Education schools are bound together by an expanded understanding of student achievement that prioritizes not only mastery of grade-level skills and knowledge, but that puts equal importance on the development each student's character -  challenging every child to develop into model citizens in our community.

Updated Fri, Aug 9th

Below are Important Dates for the 2019-2020 School Year! 

Front Office Hours: 7:30 am-4:00 pm

TK/Kindergarten Roundup:  8/15/19 at 5:00 pm

First Day of School: 8/22/19

Coffee With the New Principal Hugo Galvan: 8/22/19 at 8:20 am in the Cafeteria

Back to School Night: 8/27/19 6:00 pm-7:30 pm

Updated Mon, Aug 12th

  1. All students must come to school each day in the school uniform.

Boys:  Shirts may be – White or navyblue, preferably with collar.

           Pants or shorts may be – Navy blue or Khaki.  No jeans.

Girls:  Shirts may be – White or navy blue, preferably with collar

           Pants or shorts may be – Navy blue or khaki. No jeans.

           Jumpers, skorts or skirts may be – Navy blue or khaki.

2.  Rosemary school logo sweatshir
ts or t-shirts may be worn.

3.   Boys and girls may choose to wear crew or hooded sweatshirts in navy blue, white or grey.  These must be worn over the polo or long sleeved shirts.

A sweatshirt turned inside out is not acceptable.

4.  Sweatpants may be worn only for physical education. 

5.  All clothing must be size appropriate for the student.  Excessively tight or baggy clothing is not permitted.

6.  Jackets may not be red or light blue and must be free of conspicuous logos.

7.  It is acceptable to wear tights or bicycle shorts under skirts.  These must be uniform colors.

Board policy about dress code.

Updated Tue, Aug 20th

Standing near the school's new play areas, new Principal Hugo Galvan explains his focus for the 2019-20 school year: "I believe every child can excel and be successful," he says. "I am committed to continuing to explore ideas to meet the needs of all students both in and out of the classroom." 

Galvan is an experienced educator and school administrator. In addition to his 14 years as a school administrator, he has been an elementary teacher, intervention and adult education teacher, primary and secondary school counselor, and the program manager of a non-profit organization.

He is fluent in Spanish and English, and lives with his family in south Santa Clara County.

"Hugo brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to our team, and he's ready to continue developing Rosemary School as a model within our district and in the EL Education network of schools," said Superintendent Shelly Viramontez.

Read his letter of introduction.

Updated Fri, Aug 9th

Howdy Partners (in Education); 

Welcome to Rosemary School.  We look forward to meeting you and your children soon. Please bring your kinder student to school on Thursday, August 15th, at the time indicated for a preliminary evaluation assessment, which will be mailed to you.

Come to the school office.  One of the kindergarten teachers will greet your child and evaluate him/her in the school cafeteria.  The assessment will last approximately 15 minutes.  Parents may wait in front of the school office.

 The teachers use the assessments to help plan a wonderful kindergarten year for your children!

Updated Tue, Jun 4th

The last day of school is approaching. Students will be released early on the last three days of school, June 10th through the 12th. All students will be released at 1:10 on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. 

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Message from the Superintendent

Dear Rosemary Elementary School Families,

Educating students to their highest potential is job one for all of us in Campbell Union School District. As we work toward successfully completing this school year, we are looking ahead at how to provide the best support to students in the year that begins in August.

I hope you will join me and Mr. Schmaedick in welcoming Rosemary’s next Principal, Mr. Ronald “Hugo” Galvan. As Rosemary School’s new instructional leader, Mr. Galvan is committed to ensuring all students learn at their highest level through the EL Education process.  

Mr. Galvan comes to us with 17 years of experience in education. He most recently has been a middle school principal in Hollister, and before that was an elementary principal in North Monterey County Unified School District.

Families will have an opportunity to meet him before the end of the school year.

Mr. Galvan is committed to continuing the great programs and experiences for Rosemary students, staff and families. We believe his leadership will nurture Rosemary School’s work in preparing our future graduates for the challenges of a yet-to-be-defined future.


Shelly Viramontez, Ed.D., Superintendent