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). 

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See you in August!


Every day is a learning day!  Whether you are in school or at home or on an adventurous vacation, every moment is an opportunity to learn something new.  Take time each day this summer to read and write.  Seek out new experiences and challenge your brain with new things.  

At Rosemary we are very excited about the 2018-19 school year.   Working together we are making Rosemary the safest, most engaging, and most challenging learning place for every one of our students.  

As a school in the EL Education network of schools (https://…


High school drama was never so entertaining!

Students in CUSD Extensions' summer drama production present...

High School Musical Jr.

July 12th and 13th at 7pm, July 14th at 2pm & 7pm at the Historic Hoover Theater, 1635 Park Ave, San Jose, CA 95126 $15 Adults, $10 Child/Student Tickets available at
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Go BAWSI Girls!


Look at our BAWSI Girls go! BAWSI is the Bay Area Women's Sports Initiative. They are leading sports for girls weekly and encouraging Rosemary girls to come out and use their physical ability while having fun!

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Free Summer Lunches


Rosemary will be serving free lunches to children 2-18 year of age every weekday from 11:00 am to 11:30 pm. This service will be provided from June 19th through August 14th (except for the 4th of July). 

Rules to remember: 

  • Must be 2-18 years of age to participate in the program.
  • Must receive an entire meal as a unit.
  • Meals must be eaten on site.
  • Do not abuse any food items (throw or play with food).
  • Clean up your area after you have finished your meal (use trash dispensers).
  • Misconduct that disrupts the Food Service Program…

Campbell Union School District’s children need not go hungry when school is out this summer, thanks to the Seamless Summer food program. From June 19th to August 14th, lunch will be served at the following times and locations to children aged 2–18 years:

11-11:30 a.m. -- Rosemary Elementary, 401 W Hamilton Ave. (near Winchester Blvd.), in Campbell

12:30-1 p.m.  -- Castlemont Elementary, 3040 E. Payne Ave (near Winchester Blvd.), in Campbell  

The Seamless Summer food program combines features of the National School Lunch Program and the Summer Food Service…

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Enjoy Your Summer!


Have a safe and fun summer break! Thanks to all the students and parents for a fantastic 2017-2018 school year.  See you back on August 22nd!

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We are looking forward to working with all our incoming Kinder students. We are eager to meet them and are excited about creating a successful partnership between home and school in order to benefit your child's development. Take time this summer to review a few things with your Kindergartener.  Play number recognition games to help them recognize numbers from 0-10 in random order.  It would also be helpful to practice letter recognition of lower and upper letters; flashcard games are fun for this exercise. Allow your child to practice writing their name. Most importantly, read to them…


Thank you!


A Message from Superintendent

Dear CUSD Families:
As another school year closes, I want to thank you for being our partner in providing the highest quality educational programs possible for all of our students. 
We made great strides in 2017-18, refining our focus on preparing students for the rigors, challenges and opportunities of their future. I look forward to working together on that important job in the coming school year.
For now, I thank you, and I hope you and your family will take the time to enjoy some well-deserved summer fun.  



A Message from Superintendent Shelly Viramontez, Ed.D.

We want students to begin to own their own learning, be empowered, and actively engage in their education. For that reason, we must give students a voice and hear directly from them about what they like, want and feel they need in their school experience.

To gather that input, we chose a Student Voice ThoughtExchange, an easy-to-use and interpret method with questions for our students in grades 3-8.Nearly all of them participated…


Our annual parent education and engagement event returns with more sessions and resources to support students and families.

Join us on Saturday, October 13, 2018.

Stress management. Positive peer relationships.
Promoting student potential. Technology at school and at home.
Social media use. Connecting with your adolescent student.
And much more!

Save the Date! Details to come.