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Upcoming Events

Superintendent’s Briefing

Art, Innovation and Music Program Expands to all Schools

After a successful pilot at three schools last year, the Art, Innovation and Music (AIM) Program has expanded to all Campbell USD schools this year. 

This Superintendent’s Briefing video shows how the team of Innovation Specialists deliver engaging art and music experiences and innovation to K-5th students, and give the classroom teachers time during the school day to collaborate as professional learning communities. The AIM team will also be offering clubs to our middle grade students starting this week.

Watch the Superintendent’s Briefing: AIM Program

Multiple Ways To Access Budget Information

Additional access supports transparency with district finances 

budget report showing tables of numbers, next to a calculator and a pen

We are providing additional ways for the public to access information about the district’s budget. In addition to attending Board meetings (in person or remotely) and viewing reports posted on the agendas, budget presentations are now available on the district’s Budget web page.

“We believe in transparent and sustainable finances, and we want to make it easier for our community to access public presentations about the budget,” said Dr. Shelly Viramontez, district superintendent.

Budget presentations will be posted on the website after they are presented publicly at the Governing Board meetings.

Available now: 

  • 2022-23 Unaudited Actuals, presented Sept. 7, 2023. The report details changes to revenues, expenditures and fund balance for 2022-2023.
  • Budget presentations from previous years are on Board meeting agendas and will be added to the budget page this month.

Coming in October: 

  • Report of the Independent Audit of the district’s 2022-23 finances, conducted by external auditors.
  • Audit reports for measure G and Measure CC.

Rosemary School Receives State Award

School recognized as a model for Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports

rosemary school students do teh wave during an assembly

Congratulations to Rosemary Elementary School for receiving s Bronze Recognition from the State of California for implementing Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) with fidelity, a research based best practice

“The employees, students, families and community partners work together to create a safe and supportive learning environment where students can reach their highest potential,” said District Superintendent Shelly Viramontez. “While all of our schools implement PBIS, we’re proud to celebrate Rosemary School’s recognition as a model for establishing consistent behavior expectations, implementing positive recognition systems, and using data for decision making to create a positive and inclusive school culture for all students.”

Free film, Race to Be Human, explores topics of identity and belonging

Local experts to discuss impacts in our community

movie theater. words on scree: Free film event

Campbell Union School District hosts a free, community screening: 

Race To Be Human

Tue., Sept. 12 • 6:30 p.m.

Campbell Heritage Theater, 1 W. Campbell Ave., Campbell CA

This 45-minute film weaves together personal testimonials and insights from students and parents with perspectives and data from educators, mental health practitioners and diversity and inclusion experts. They discuss topics of trust, respect, and mental health for youth and families. (Spanish subtitles are included.) 

A panel discussion facilitated by Dr. Shelly Viramontez will occur following the film with panelists Catherine Aspiras, LMFT, Division Director, School LInked Services Division, County of Santa Clara Behavioral Health Services Department; Marcos Pizarro, Associate Dean, College of Education, and Professor of Chicanx Studies at San Jose State University; and Whitney Holton, Associate Superintendent of Teaching and Learning, Campbell Union School District.

The filmmaker suggests the film is appropriate for ages 10 and up.

Simultaneous Spanish interpretation will be available for the panel discussion.

Building Community

Our classrooms are building community through our daily morning Opening Crew time.

EL Education Network School

During this time, students and teachers are learning about one another and preparing for each successful day!