Welcome to Schallenberger Elementary
We would like your opinion!
Parents, we want to hear from you! As part of SJUSD’s commitment to eliminate the opportunity gap and provide every student with the finest 21st Century education, the school district encourages your opinion about our schools and your child’s education experience. You can provide your input by filling out the survey that should have arrived at your home the last week of February.
You can also fill out the survey online. To take the survey online, please visit: bit.do/SJUSD2015 and enter the following password: parentsurvey2015. Please fill out this survey for your youngest student that attends San José Unified.
If you complete a paper survey, please return it by mail using the postage-paid envelope that we’ve provided to you. Please complete the online or paper version of the survey by Friday, March 16th. Your participation is anonymous and your individual answers will not be shared. We value your opinion and encourage you to participate.
Parent Conferences Scheduled March 2-13
Spring Parent Conferences and Report Card:
Conferences will be held the first two weeks of March. The conferences are generally for students who are not yet at grade level, but are available to any parent. If you would like a conference to discuss your child’s progress, please contact your child’s teacher. Report cards will go home by March 13.
PLEASE NOTE THAT MARCH 12TH AND 13TH ARE EARLY DISMISSAL DAYS—ALL STUDENTS ARE OUT AT 12:15.
Please call the Schallenberger Office, at 535-6253, to schedule a Transitional Kindergarten or Kindergarten tour. The tour dates are Thursday, February 26th, Thursday, March 5th and Friday, March 20th. Space is limited. The tours are for adults only. Thank you.
Our School Vision
All San Jose Unified School District students are inspired and prepared to succeed in a global society.
San Jose Unified School District’s mission is to eliminate the opportunity gap and provide every student with the finest 21st century education.
•A safe, nurturing environment is the foundation for the Schallenberger learning community.
•Students develop into confident, productive, responsible, lifelong learners with the skills to succeed in an ever changing world.
•Teachers and staff use effective, research-based instructional strategies to engage every student in academic and social success.
•Students learn the skills necessary to communicate effectively, work collaboratively, problem solve, and develop their creativity
Ruth Smith, Principal
Beth Gavello, Attendance Clerk
Coordinated School Health
Anti-Bullying Policy and Plan Please visit the updated School Climate and Safety page.
Recommended Classroom Supplies/Materiales escolares recomendados
Please see link under School Information for supplies list
Véanse la lista arriba bajo School Information