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Upcoming Events

Rosemary in Acclaimed Network of Schools

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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.  

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EL 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.

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 youtube

School Registration Starts January 22, 2019

Parents of children entering Kindergarten, Transitional Kindergarten or middle school take note!

Enrollment for the 2019-20 school year will begin January 22, 2019.
Information is available online and by calling Campbell Union School District’s main office.

Campbell Union School District provides education beyond the expected for more than 7,500 preschool-through-eighth-grade students from the communities of Campbell, Los Gatos, Monte Sereno, San Jose, Santa Clara, and Saratoga. In addition to traditional school settings, we offer families school options as dual language immersion, parent participation, design thinking/innovation, and home schooling.
 

CIRCLE of Excellence

The Rosemary community has identified six important habits of character that are an important part of all teaching and learning on our campus.  As an Expeditionary Learning School, we believe that character education is as important as academics.  We believe that teaching students to be effective learners, ethical people, and contributors to a better world is at the center of our work as a school.


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

Students Need You to Apply to Oversight Committee

District seeks applicants for Citizens Oversight Committee that oversees use of bond and parcel tax revenues.

Campbell Union School District is accepting applications now to fill two vacancies on its Citizens Bond and Parcel Tax Oversight Committee. Applications are available now online or by contacting Christina Tran, Campbell Union School District, ctran [at] campbellusd.org, 408-364-4200 ext. 6215.

The District operates classes for preschool-through-eighth-grade students from the communities of Campbell, Los Gatos, Monte Sereno, San Jose, Santa Clara, and Saratoga.  The bond funds help to repair and improve the district’s 12 elementary and middle schools. Parcel tax funds support instructional programs that directly benefit students. The Board-appointed independent citizens committee reviews school district spending and ensures that bond and parcel tax revenues are spent only for the purpose set before the voters.

Oversight Committee members represent various parts of the community: businesses, senior citizens, taxpayer organizations, and parents of students enrolled in the District.   These members serve for a term of two years without compensation and for no more than two consecutive terms.  (Education Code Section 15282(a))

Wellness: a District and Community Endeavor

“We are fortunate to have extensive community partnerships that bolster our ability to support the whole child academically, emotionally and behaviorally and free our teachers to teach,” said District Superintendent Shelly Viramontez. “We’ve worked with local agencies and our Wellness Committee to establish community partnerships and secure grants that provide a reliable system of supports beyond the classroom for students and their families."

Following is partial list of the partner-supported Mental and Physical Health Services at CUSD Schools:

Uplift Family Services: 5 Clinicians; 1 Family Specialist; 1 Family Partner. Provides Counseling, Therapy for Individual and Family, Parenting Classes

Counseling and Support Services for Youth (CASSY): 7 Associate Marriage Family Therapists (AMFT)

El Camino Hospital: Health Teacher Online curriculum, PlayWorks, 2 additional school nurses, 200 hours of translation support, Dental services, Vision 2 Learn, 5-2-1-0

School Linked Services (County Health Dept.): 10 school-based Community Liaisons, Dozens of Parent Education offerings at 9 schools

Other Resources & Services: Assistance League, Faith-based groups, Second Harvest Food Bank, Santa Clara Dental Society, Dept. of Alcohol & Drug Services, District Attorney’s Office, Family Engagement Institute, Foothill College, Gardner Health Clinics