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Community Meetings With The Principal

8:30am until 9:30am in the Faculty Dining Room on the following dates:

December 1st
January 12th
February 2nd
March 2nd
April 6th
May 4th

School Site Council 3pm-4pm in the FDR

2/28 Agenda
Dates:  2/28, 3/21, 4/18, 5/16

SELAC 4:30pm-5:30pm in room C-6

Dates: 11/29, 1/31, 2/28, 3/28, 4/25

DELAC 6pm-8pm at the District Office

Dates:  12/11, 1/17, 2/6, 3/13, 4/17, 5/8

AP Information Presentation

AP Information Presentation PDF format


A Day in the Life of a Charger






Debut Dance


Leland High School 50th Anniversary Logo

May 13th 2017 4:00-8:00pm

Everyone is invited!
Click here for more information on our anniversary and celebration.

Leland High School offers Summer Elementary Speech Workshops for rising 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th Graders

2nd, 3rd and 4th Grade workshop will be held on June 28-30, 9am to 11am at Leland High School in room J-2

4th, 5th and 6th Grade workshop will be held on July 10-14, 9am to 12am at Leland High School in room J-2

Download the flyer HERE
Or register HERE

Cheer Tryouts

Mandatory Meeting - May 9th, 6pm in the FDR
Tryouts - May 15th-17th (5:30-7:30 pm in the mini gym
Download your packet here, or pick one up at the bank

Summer School Opportunity

In order to provide an opportunity for students to make up credit deficiencies, Leland High School will be offering summer school. We encourage students to take advantage of this opportunity to either retake in a class in which they previously earned an F to make up credits, or to retake a class in which a D grade was previously earned in order to meet the university grade requirement of C or better.

Date:            June 12 – June 29 (Monday-Thursday)
Times:          8:00 AM – 1:30 PM (1 semester class only)
Due:            Return application to the Counseling Resource Center (CRC) by May 1, 2017
Download the application here

Just Added:  A brand new San Jose City College course on the Leland campus!  PSYCH 010 - General Psychology 3.00 Units

Students are introduced to the major theories, areas of study, and methodologies of contemporary psychology and the scientific study of human behavior. Topics addressed include biological and neurological processes and structure, genetics, life span development, consciousness, sensory processes, perception, learning, memory, language and thought, intelligence, motivation and emotion, stress, personality, psychopathology, and psychotherapy.

Please note that General Psychology will only be open to Juniors and Seniors and students must complete the San Jose City College concurrent enrollment process to complete their registration in the course.  Instructions for registering for a San Jose City College course can be found on the course selection form and will also be given on the day of course registration.  The course is not listed on the course selection sheets, to request General Psychology students will enter the course code:  006054.

California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP)  Information and Opt Out Process

Each spring, schools across California participate in the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress program, also known as CAASPP.

This year, your student will participate in the Smarter Balanced Summative Assessments for English language arts and mathematics (SBAC), the California Alternate Assessments (CAA), and, depending on their grade level, the pilot administration of the California Science Tests (CAST).

These assessments help school districts and the state monitor student progress under the Common Core State Standards (CCSS), which support more rigorous instruction and increased expectations for students.

Pursuant to California Code of Regulations, Title 5, Section 852, each year school districts are required to notify parents or guardians of their pupil’s participation in the CAASPP tests. In addition, districts are required to inform families of their right to exempt their student from taking the CAASPP tests. For families wishing to exempt their student from a CAASPP assessment, a written request specifying the test(s) to be exempted must be submitted annually to the school site.

To learn more about the CAASPP assessments your student may take, or the exemption process, please click here.

Evaluación de California del Desempeño y Progreso Estudiantil (CAASPP) Información y Processo de Exclusión

Cada primavera, las escuelas de todo California participan en el programa de Evaluación de California del Desempeño y Progreso Estudiantil, también conocido por sus siglas en inglés como CAASPP.

Este año, sus hijos participarán en la Evaluación Acumulativa Smarter Balanced (SBAC) en Artes del Lenguaje Inglés y Matemáticas, en la Evaluación Alternativa de California (CAA), y dependiendo del nivel de grado que cursen, en la administración de la prueba piloto de los Exámenes de Ciencia de California (CAST).

Estas evaluaciones ayudan a los distritos escolares y al estado a vigilar el progreso de los estudiantes con respecto a los Estándares Académicos, Comunes y Fundamentales del Estado (CCSS), los cuales apoyan el que se imparta enseñanza más rigurosa y que existan expectativas académicas más altas para todos los estudiantes.

De conformidad con las reglamentaciones del Código de California, Título 5, Artículo 852, cada año a los distritos escolares se les requiere que notifiquen a los padres y tutores acerca de la participación de sus hijos en los exámenes CAASPP. Además, a los distritos escolares se les exige que informen a las familias que tienen el derecho a pedir que se les exente a sus hijos de tomar los exámenes CAASPP. Las familias que no deseen que sus hijos tomen una evaluación CAASPP, deberán pedirlo por escrito, especificando cuál examen o exámenes no desean que tomen sus hijos y entregar dicha solicitud escrita a su escuela, cada año.

Para obtener más información de las evaluaciones CAASPP que podrían tomar sus hijos o sobre el proceso para pedir que a sus hijos se les exente de tomarlas, por favor haga clic aquí.

Leland Looks To De-Stress And Destigmatize

Learn about what the Let’s Erase The Stigma — Bring Change 2 Mind (LETS) Club is doing at Leland High School to destigmatize mental health and reduce student stress.
San Jose Mercury News