Rosemary Elementary School

City of San Jose - Project Hope Office at Rosemary School

City of San Jose's Park Recreation and Neighborhood Services now have an office at Rosemary School. Please welcome Greg Cajina and Elizabeth Guzman who arepart of the Project Hope Program, a public safetyfinance and strategic support comittee that offers assistance to the community. Greg and Elizabeth can assist neigborhood residents with resources city resources. Their goals are as follows:

1.Develop a sustainable, organized group of community leaders (developing a neighborhood association).

2. Develop a safer and cleaner environment (addressing ongoing safety and blight issues).

3. Develop informed residents that can access City services (educating residents on how to utilize City services effectively). 

Your Involvement Matters. Join us on Saturday, October 13, 2018

Campbell Union School District's Parent University is a one-morning, no-cost opportunity to build your own skills and knowledge as you support your child's success in school and beyond.

Connect with other parents.

Gain practical tips from local experts.

Give your child an educational edge.

Registration opens September 25th. Program details to come.

Your talents and their energy make work feel like play!

CUSD Extensions department is hiring for morning and after school care staff at our elementary and middle schools. Find out about our competitive wages and benefit options.

Campbell Care Leader: https://www.edjoin.org/Home/JobPosting/1091591

Recreation Leader: https://www.edjoin.org/Home/JobPosting/1063473

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Please join us in helping students form the good attendance habits.

Children can copy notes or make up an assignment, but they can never get back what’s most important: the discussions, the questions, the explanations by the teacher, and the thinking that makes learning come alive.

We are asking that all families join us in helping students form the good attendance habits—being present each day and on time—that will help them succeed in school and beyond.

Attend Today, Achieve Tomorrow!

CampbellCare offers students with an extension of the school day that includes  a Leaning Lounge, STEAM Clubs, Mind/Body/Motion, and World Changers.  Students have the opportunity to collaboarte with their peers and think critically about the things around them in every component of the program.   Students are in the program from the end of the school day until 6 p.m.  CampbellCare at Rosemary currently has openings for students in grades 1-5.  If you are interested in knowing more about the program contact Cindy Estrada-Muñoz at 669-254-7717 or cmunoz [at] campbellusd.org.  

Video of The Best Me: Juicy, munchy, crispy, crunchy! Good food!

"The Best of Me" Assembly will be presented at our school on September 20th for Kinder to Second Graders. This fun-filled musical experience is presented by Kaiser Permanente and teaches kids the importance of healthy eating, active living, and working together. 

Attendance Matters

 

Attending school regularly helps children feel better about school and themselves.

Missing just two days a month means a child misses 10% of the school year. That's 10% less learning, smiling, growing, and achieving.

Attend Today. Achieve Tomorrow.

SAVE THE DATE! PARENT UNIVERSITY • OCTOBER 13, 2018

Parenting Student Success Today

 Our popular event is a half-day of learning and networking with people who want to give students an educational edge.
Come to gain ideas and resources for supporting your student through every grade.

Mark the date on your family calendar:
      Saturday, October 13, 2018
      8:15 a.m. until 12 noon
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CIRCLE of Excellence

 

After a year of hard work and study, the Rosemary community has identified six important habits of character that will be the focus of much of our teaching this year.  As an Expeditionary Learning School, we believe that teaching students to be effective learners, ethical people, and contributors to a better world is an important part of the responsibility.


Students in every classroom will spend time studying ways to develop these six habits of character. In September our focus will be on Compassion.

Every Friday morning this school year we will gather our whole community for a 20 minute Crew Meeting in the area near our playground from 8:05-8:25 a.m.  The Community Crew Meeting will be similar to the morning launch that you may remember from years past.  Students and staff will line up on the stars at the first morning bell.  The focus of the meeting will be on developing our seven habits of Character:  Compassion, Integrity, Reflexion, Courage, Leadership, and Excellence.  Parents are welcome to attend and participate in all the activities.  Coffee with the principal will…

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"Showing up” every day and on time makes a difference for students.

September is Attendance Awareness month all over the country.
Why? Studies about school attendance show that “showing up” makes a difference:
· Positive school attendance supports students’ academic and social growth.
· Attending school regularly helps students feel better about school and themselves.
· Learning good work habits early will support their success in life.
At CUSD, we value our parent and community partnerships. Positive school attendance is a joint effort of home and school.…

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