General Information

Reed Elementary School, located in Southwest San Jose, reflects the rich cultural diversity of San Jose Unified School District and the surrounding neighborhood.

Reed School includes 20 kindergarten through fifth grade classrooms that focus on teaching District and State Standards. The Reed Staff differentiates for many types of learning needs.

Office Hours
You can visit our office between 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. on days school is in session, or contact our helpful office staff during those hours at (408) 535-6247.

2017-18 Reed School Handbook(PDF)

Spanish Reed Handbook Spanish(PDF)

SJUSD Student Handbook Link (English and Spanish)


School Lunch Menu and Meal Prices

District Transportation Information

Reed Playground Rules
Kid Friendly Playground Rules(PDF)

School Accountability Report Card
Public schools throughout California are required to provide information to the community in the form of an annual School Accountability Report Card (SARC). These report cards provide a variety of data about a school’s student achievement, environment, resources, and demographics. Updated SARC’s for the 2011-2012 school year (published in 2012-2013) are posted on the District’s website and a hard copy is available at each school site. Your principal will be able to answer any questions regarding your school’s SARC.

School Accountability Report Card (SARC)

Climate Survey Results


SJUSD Board Policy Regarding Food/Nutrition and Class Celebrations

The Superintendent or designee shall establish procedures whereby students and parents/guardians may participate in the selection of foods of good nutritional quality for school menus and ensure that all food and beverages meet the nutritional standards required by the State of California. School and class celebrations during the school day should occur after the last lunch period (except for am kindergarten) and should be limited to no more than one celebration per class per month when non-nutritious food/beverage are served. When non-nutritious food/beverage is served a healthy alternative should be offered. All other celebrations during the school day must include foods and beverages that meet the nutritional standards established by the district. Home-prepared goods are not permitted on school campuses. To facilitate compliance, a list of acceptable food and beverage items and healthy celebration alternatives will be provided to all school Principals for distribution to teachers and parents, and made available on the
Food Services Web Page

SJUSD Board Policy Regarding School Sponsored Trips

Click here to view the SJUSD Board Policy Regarding School Sponsored Trips(PDF)