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Schallenberger

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Welcome to Schallenberger Elementary


Back to School Night Information Sept. 8 and 9

This parents-only informational night will give you an overview of your child’s school year. Please plan to attend this very important night! Carefully note your child’s grade level:
•Mon., Sept. 8:
5-5:45   4th gr. parents   (meet in cafeteria)
6-6:45   5th gr. parents   (meet in cafeteria)

•Tues., Sept. 9:
5-5:45 TK-2nd grade   (in classrooms)                 
6-6:45   3rd grade       (meet in cafeteria)
           
School Site Council: 
We have two parent openings! The first SSC meeting will be held Thursday, Sept. 18 at 2:30 pm, in room 17.

SELAC:  We will hold our first meeting of our School English Learner Advisory Committee on Sept. 18 at 8:30 am, in room 17. SELAC is an advisory parent group that oversees the programs that serve our English learners.  All parents of English learners are invited to attend our meetings! Spanish translation will be available.

MEASURE H Schallenberger Community Meeting!
September 23rd, 2:30-3:30, School Cafeteria    
What improvements would you like to see at our school? Parents, teachers, staff members, community members—Please plan to attend this critical​ meeting.  We have funds coming in from a school bond passed in November 2012 for school improvements, but we need your input! Mark your calendar, and plan to attend! More info. to follow.


Welcome to the 2014-15 school year!
¡Bienvenidos al ciclo escolar 2014-2015!
2014-2015 Bell Schedule


Our School Vision

Vision Statement
All San Jose Unified School District students are inspired and prepared to succeed in a global society.

Mission Statement
San Jose Unified School District’s mission is to eliminate the opportunity gap and provide every student with the finest 21st century education.

Our Goals
•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