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Enrollment

New Student Enrollment

Whether you have just moved to the area or your child is about to start school for the first time, our team is excited to welcome you to San José Unified. Pre-enrollment for the 2021-2022 school year has begun and we look forward to supporting you through the enrollment process!

To ensure your enrollment application can be processed as efficiently as possible while our Enrollment Center is closed to the public due to COVID-19, please make sure you follow the steps below.

If you are interested in preschool enrollment, please click HERE.

  
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Step 1: Gather all required documentation

    
Upload Docs

Step 2: Fill Out and Submit Your Application

  • Best Option: Visit go.sjusd.org/enrollonline and fill out the online application
  • Option 2: Fill out and email this enrollment form to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
  • Option 3: Fill out and fax this enrollment form to 408-535-2345

Whatever option you choose, please make sure to include all required documents!

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Step 3: Wait for Document Verification

Before your registration is complete, we need to verify all of your documents. Thank you for your patience as we process applications in the order they are received.

You will receive an email with additional information within one week of your submission.

Our team is also always happy to help if you have additional questions or need assistance; please call us at 408-535-6412 between 8:00 AM and 5:00 PM or email us at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) anytime!

Program Options

Find Your School

Magnet Schools

Two-Way Bilingual Immersion (TWBI)

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San Jose Middle College

Welcome!

INTERESTED STUDENTS?

We are currently accepting and enrolling incoming JUNIORS and SENIORS for Fall 2021!  Please contact Lisa Canton: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).  APPLICATIONS DUE APRIL 5TH

INFORMATION NIGHT!   Join us on WebEx on Wednesday, March 24th from 6pm -7pm, to hear about our program, meet the staff and answer your questions

WebEx Information Night link: https://sjusd.webex.com/meet/lcanton

Check our new Information Pamphlet!

San José Middle College is an advanced program for juniors and seniors who take two to three free college classes and four high school classes on the San José City College campus. Students earn a high school diploma while accumulating transferable credits for community colleges and four-year universities.

While at Middle College, students and staff form a close community that focuses on respect, support, and both personal and academic achievement. Our students have been accepted into all major UC, private, and state schools.

Check out our December Newsletter!

December 2019 Issue

Interested?  Just email “Interested” to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Middle College Attendance line in the event of any absence. The phone number is (408)535-6541

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Special Education

San José Unified provides programs and services for students with special needs that interfere with their ability to access the grade level curriculum. Our special education services create inclusive educational climates where individuality and diversity are respected, honored, and celebrated.

We strive to partner with students and parents to develop the most exciting learning environments for the academic, social, and emotional success of each student – where curriculum is universally accessible and aligned with strategic plan.

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Find your school

Serving over 30,000 students from transitional kindergarten through high school, San José Unified is home to 41 schools from Downtown San José in the north to Almaden Valley in the south. Any child living within our boundaries is guaranteed a seat.

Click here or on the map above and enter your address to locate your neighborhood school.

You can see below for contact and performance information for each of our schools. To learn more about School Accountability Report Cards (SARC), please visit the Performance page on this website.

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Learning Options Principal Announcement

Dear Learning Options Community,

San José Unified School District is proud to announce the appointment of Claudia Saavedra as the new Principal of Learning Options effective January 19, 2021.

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Enrollment & Hiring

Enrollment

Whether you have just moved to the area or your child is about to start school for the first time, our team is excited to welcome you to San José Unified. Pre-enrollment for the 2021-2022 school year has begun and we look forward to supporting you through the enrollment process!

To ensure your enrollment application can be processed as efficiently as possible while our Enrollment Center is closed to the public due to COVID-19, please make sure you follow the steps below.

If you are interested in preschool enrollment, please click HERE.

  
Pages

Step 1: Gather all required documentation

    
Upload Docs

Step 2: Fill Out and Submit Your Application

  • Best Option: Visit go.sjusd.org/enrollonline and fill out the online application
  • Option 2: Fill out and email this enrollment form to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
  • Option 3: Fill out and fax this enrollment form to 408-535-2345

Whatever option you choose, please make sure to include all required documents!

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Step 3: Wait for Document Verification

Before your registration is complete, we need to verify all of your documents. Thank you for your patience as we process applications in the order they are received.

You will receive an email with additional information within one week of your submission.

For the answers to some commonly asked questions, please see our more detailed enrollment page. Our team is also always happy to help if you have additional questions or need assistance; please call us at 408-535-6412 between 8:00 AM and 5:00 PM or email us at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) anytime!

Hiring

The dedication and innovative thinking of our top-notch staff has driven San José Unified’s successful approach to keeping students safe, healthy, and engaged in distance learning. We take pride in our collaborative work environment, opportunities for support and professional advancement, and generous benefits, including fully paid health care for individual employees.

To view our available positions and apply to join our team in making a difference, please click HERE.

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Extended School Year 2020

Extended School Year Family and Student Handbook
Extended School Year Preparation Guide

Año escolar extendido

Manual de familia y estudiante de año escolar extendido
Guía de preparación para el año escolar extendido

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Educational Experiences – pre-recorded lessons

Supporting students and families during school closures, San José Unified has created the following videos in support of at-home learning.  Pre-recorded, these videos can be viewed at any time and when they may best fit within your daily schedule.  Although the teachers in the pre-recorded educational experiences are not available for questions, your classroom instructor will be. Please reach out to them should you have questions regarding the content or need extra support.

Mathematics

March 26
March 30
href=“https://sjusd.webex.com/recordingservice/sites/sjusd/recording/playback/a83a782ac47947f482b8ef7d684dc299” target=“_blank” rel=“noopener”>Grades TK/K
  • Grade 1
  • Grade 2

  • Grade 3
  • Grade 4
  • Grade 5
  • 6th Grade
  • 7th Grade
  • 8th Grade
  • Algebra I
  • Algebra II
  • Geometry
  • April 1

    Language Arts

    March 30
    April 2
    April 6
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    Educational Experiences – pre-recorded lessons

    That page has been moved to: San José Unified Resources and Information During School Closures

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    Middle & High School Placement

    Students currently enrolled in San José Unified who live within the district boundaries have an opportunity to provide three ranked preferences for their school assignment when they transition to middle or high school, unless they have a special need that determines the most appropriate school placement.

    School Assignment Selection Process

    Middle and High school assignment information will be mailed on January 13, 2021. Parents can submit their school preferences using the online Parent Portal. The portal will be open for selections on January 19, 2021. All selections must be submitted by February 5, 2021.

    If you don’t have an active Parent Portal account, please review the Parent Portal training. If you have issues or other questions after reviewing the training, email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or call (408) 535-6000 x14627. Please note: an email address is required for a Parent Portal account.

    Instructions for selecting your school assignment preferences will be included with the mailed letter or you can access the instructions online.

    Families will receive school assignment notifications beginning the week of March 8, 2021. Soon after, your school principal will contact you with information regarding instructional programs for the upcoming year.

    Priority Placement

    In some cases, the number of students requesting a specific school may exceed the school’s programmatic or physical capacity. When that happens, we will redirect students to their second or third preference based on the following priorities, in order of importance:

    1. Students who reside in the school attendance boundary
    2. Students who are requesting a Voluntary Integrative Transfer
    3. Students with a sibling attending the school who will continue to be enrolled the next year
    4. Students whose choice of schools does not satisfy one of the above priorities
    Middle and High School Orientations

    To assist families in the selection process, we will be holding virtual school tours this year. Use the links below to access the orientation videos.

    2021 Middle School Orientation

    2021 High School Orientation

    Wait List

    If all three school preferences for a student are unavailable, students will be automatically assigned to their neighborhood school and placed on the waitlist for their first preference.

    Students on the wait list will be prioritized as follows:

    1. Students who reside in the attendance boundary of the school (students with a sibling currently attending the wait list school are given priority within this group)
    2. Students with a sibling currently attending the wait list school
    3. Students who participated in the school assignment process and made selections by due date
    4. All other students

    Any student who wants to be placed on the wait list after the initial school assignments have been made will be added in the order requested. San José Unified assigns waitlisted students during the first month of school and at the end of the first semester.

    All students are removed from wait lists at the end of each year. Families must reapply to be included on the wait list for the following school year.

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    Transfer

    Elementary (Grade TK-5)

    If you live in the SJUSD school district but want to attend a school other than your neighborhood school, you will need to complete an Intradistrict Transfer Application and email it to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

    Intradistrict Transfers can only be approved after placing all neighborhood students and will be processed using the priorities listed below.

    1. A parent/guardian who works at a San José Unified site within the requested school’s attendance boundary
    2. Students with a sibling currently attending the requested school
    3. A parent/guardian who works within the requested school’s boundary
    4. Students with childcare within the requested school’s boundary – must include a child care affidavit with your application

    We start accepting Intradistrict Transfers for the 2021-22 School Year on December 1, 2020. If you have another student that you will be enrolling for the 2021-22 school year for the first time in SJUSD and would like this student to also have an Intradistrict Transfer to the same school, please make sure to do your pre-enrollment with an Intradistrict Transfer application by March 12, 2021 to be considered for priority processing in April. We will continue processing applications up through the first month of school.
     

    Middle and High School (Secondary- GRADE 6-12)

    Transfers within SJUSD: Current and active students may apply for a Secondary Transfer (grade 6-12) and must have a satisfactory academic, behavior, and attendance record.

    NOTE:

    • Students who currently attend an Alternative ED school and/or have a CWA placement will need to have their transfer application approved by the appropriate department.
    • Students who currently have an IEP and receive Special Education Services such as SDC will need to have their transfer application approved by a Program Specialist.

    Secondary students ONLY transfer at the beginning of each semester

    Apply for a Secondary Transfer

    Interdistrict (OUT)

    Request to transfer to another school OUTSIDE of San José Unified School District.

    The Interdistrict application can be submitted via email to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) in the Student Assignment Department and will need to be renewed annually.

    Apply for an Interdistrict Transfer

    When applying for an Interdistrict Transfer, parents must provide:

    • Child Care Affidavit if applicable (TK-5th grade only);
    • Proof of employment must be on the letter head (TK-5th grade only);
    • IEP (Special Education students only)

    If your application is approved, it will be sent to the requested district, which also must approve it before the transfer is complete.

    San José Unified will approve transfers to another district for the following reasons:

    • The students receive childcare services within the boundary of the requested district (Grades TK-5 only; verification required);
    • One or more parent guardian works within the boundary of the requested district (Grades TK-5 only; verification required);
    • The student is in their last year of an academic level (Grades 5, 8, and 12);
    • The requested district or school has programs and/or curriculum not available in San José Unified;
    • The student moved out of the requested district after the start of the school year; and/or
    • A transfer would assist with the student’s socio-emotional adjustment.
    Interdistrict (IN) Transferring into San José Unified

    Students who live outside the boundaries of San José Unified and want to attend one of our schools must request an Interdistrict transfer from their district of residence. Your district of residence will forward your application to San José Unified for review.

    Even if an Interdistrict Transfers is granted, it will be renewed annually. Your student may be subject to displacement in future years due to increases in neighborhood enrollment at their chosen school or program.
    Please note that transportation services will not be provided by the district for students with Interdistrict Transfers.

    Interdistrict Transfers will be processed according to these priorities:

    1. Students whose parent/guardian is a district employee (30+ hours/week) at a site within the school’s attendance boundary.
    2. Students with a sibling attending the requested school;
    3. Students with childcare in the requested school’s attendance boundary (Grades TK-5);
    4. Students whose parents work within the school’s attendance boundary (Grades TK-5);
    5. Students in their last year of an academic level (Grades 5, 8 and 12);
    6. Change of address; and
    7. Socio-emotional adjustment.
    Interdistrict Attendance Appeal

    Anyone wishing to file an Interdistrict attendance appeal must first follow the appeal process according to SJUSD Board Policy AR 5117:

    Step 1. Appeal to the Interdistrict Appeal Committee, chaired by the Administrator for Intedistrict Transfers. If denied,
    Step 2. Appeal to the Office of the Deputy Superintendent. If denied,
    Step 3. Appeal to the San Jose Unified School District Board. If denied,
    Step 4. Appeal to Santa Clara County Board of Education.

    For questions regarding the Interdistrict Appeals process, please contact the SJUSD Student Assignment at 408 535 6232. For additional information on policy, regulations, or how to file an appeal once completing steps 1-3, please visit the Santa Clara County Office of Education website at: https://www.sccoe.org/supoffice/student-appeals/Pages/Interdistrict-Appeals.aspx

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    Special Education Process at San José Unified

    The special education process at SJUSD is to determine whether or not your child is eligible for special education services and if so, what special education services are most appropriate for your child.

    There are five (5) basic steps in the special education process:

    1. Referral for Assessment
    2. Determination of Assessment
    3. Assessment to Determine Eligibility
    4. Development and Implementation of an Individualized Education Program (IEP), if eligible
    5. IEP Review
    Step 1: How is a student referred for assessment for special education services?

    Referrals for assessment for special education services can come from a variety of sources. Parents or guardians may refer their child for assessment for special education services (see information on how to request an evaluation here). Teachers, other school personnel, and community members may also refer a child for assessment. Additionally, the Student Success Team (SST) at your student’s school site may refer your child for assessment for special education services. The district is required to document that the student’s educational needs cannot be successfully met through a multi-tiered system of supports and adjustment of the general education program before they make a referral for Special Education.

    Step 2: What happens after the referral is made? How does the district determine whether or not to proceed with an assessment?

    San José Unified will respond to any referral for an assessment within fifteen (15) days, not counting school vacations greater than five (5) days (i.e. summer and winter recess), of the receipt of the referral for assessment.

    San José Unified personnel review all of the available evidence for a student upon receipt of the referral for assessment. This includes student grades, attendance, academic performance as measured by statewide and district-wide assessments, and other information as appropriate. A school psychologist determines whether or not an assessment is appropriate after an analysis of student information.

    If the San José Unified team assigned to the referral determines that an assessment of your child is not appropriate, you will receive a written notice of this decision within the fifteen (15) day time period. If the team determines that an assessment is appropriate, you will receive an Assessment Plan.
    An Assessment Plan describes the types and purposes of the assessments which may be used to determine your child’s eligibility for special education services. Before your child can be assessed, you must consent to the assessment by signing the Assessment Plan. You have at least fifteen (15) days from the receipt of the Assessment Plan to consent to and sign it. The school has sixty (60) days, not counting school vacations greater than five (5) days, of the receipt of your signed Assessment Plan to complete the assessment and hold an Individualized Education Program (IEP) meeting.

    Step 3: What happens during the assessment? How does the district determine whether or not a student is eligible for special education services?

    An assessment involves gathering information about your child to determine whether your child has a disability and if, as a result of the disability, your child requires specialized academic instruction.  Assessments may include individual testing, observation of the child at school, interviews with the parent(s), child and school personnel who work with the child, and review of school records, reports and work samples.

    Guidelines for Assessment

    When your child is assessed, San Jose Unified adheres to the following guidelines:

    • Your child will be assessed only after you consent to the Assessment Plan
    • Your child will be assessed in all areas related of his/her suspected disability
    • The assessment will be administered in your child’s primary language or an interpreter will be provided
    • The assessment must include a variety of appropriate tests to measure your child’s strengths and needs. The persons administering these tests must be qualified to do so. The assessment will be adapted for students with impaired sensory, physical, or speaking skills
    • A multidisciplinary team, including at least one teacher or other specialist with knowledge in the area of your child’s suspected disability, will assess your child.
    • Testing and assessment materials and procedures must not be racially, culturally, or sexually discriminatory

    Eligibility for special education services is the result of following a systematic process that carefully evaluates and identifies one or more learning impairments that interfere with a student receiving educational benefit. Eligibility is determined by the IEP team.The assessment process and IEP team seek to determine the answer to the following questions.

    • Does the student meet the eligibility criteria as an individual with a disability?
    • Does the severity of the disability have an adverse effect on the student’s educational performance?
    • Does the student require special education and services to achieve a free appropriate public education?
    • Is the need not due to a lack of appropriate instruction or limited English proficiency?

    Children who have a disability and meet specific eligibility criteria according to the laws and regulations outlined by the California Education Code and federal Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) may qualify for special education under one of thirteen (13) areas.

    • Autism (AUT)
    • Deafness
    • Deaf-Blindness (DB)
    • Emotional disturbance (ED)
    • Hard of Hearing (HH)
    • Intellectual disability
    • Multiple disabilities (MD)
    • Orthopedic Impairment (OI)
    • Other health impairment (OHI)
    • Specific learning disability (SLD)
    • Speech or Language Impairment (SLI)
    • Traumatic brain injury (TBI)
    • Visual Impairment (VI)

    Autism

    A developmental disability significantly affecting verbal and nonverbal communication and social interaction, generally evident before age three, that adversely affects a child’s educational performance. Other characteristics often associated with autism are engagement in repetitive activities and stereotyped movements, resistance to environmental change or change in daily routines, and unusual responses to sensory experiences. The term does not apply if a child’s educational performance is adversely affected primarily because the child has an emotional disturbance.

    Deafness

    A hearing impairment that is so severe that the child is impaired in processing linguistic information through hearing, with or without amplification, which adversely affects a child’s educational performance.

    Deaf-blindness

    Concomitant hearing and visual impairments, the combination of which causes such severe communication and other developmental and educational needs that they cannot be accommodated in special education programs solely for children with deafness or children with blindness.

    Emotional Disturbance (ED)

    Emotional Disturbance means a condition exhibiting one or more of the following characteristics, over a long period of time and to a marked degree, that adversely affects educational performance:

    • An inability to learn which cannot be explained by intellectual, sensory, or health factors;
    • An inability to build or maintain satisfactory interpersonal relationships with peers and teachers;
    • Inappropriate types of behavior or feeling under normal circumstances;
    • A general pervasive mood of unhappiness or depression; or
    • A tendency to develop physical symptoms or fears associated with personal or school problems.

    The term (ED) includes schizophrenia. The term does not apply to children who are socially maladjusted, unless it is determined that they have an emotional disturbance.

    Hard of Hearing

    Hard of Hearing means hearing, impairment, whether permanent or fluctuating, that adversely affects a child’s educational performance, but that is not included under the definition of “deaf” in this section.

    Intellectual Disability (ID)

    Significantly sub-average general intellectual functioning, existing concurrently with deficits in adaptive behavior and manifested during the developmental period, that adversely affects a child’s educational performance.

    Multiple Disabilities (MD)

    Concomitant impairments, the combination of which causes such severe educational needs that they cannot be accommodated in special education programs solely for one of the impairments. The term does not include deaf-blindness.

    Orthopedic Impairment (OI)

    A severe orthopedic impairment that adversely affects a child’s educational performance. The term includes impairments caused by congenital anomaly (e.g., clubfoot, absence of some member, etc.), impairments caused by disease (e.g., poliomyelitis, bone tuberculosis, etc.), and impairments form other causes (e.g., cerebral palsy, amputations, and fractures or burns that cause contractures).

    Other Health Impairment (OHI)

    Having limited strength, vitality or alertness, including a heightened alertness to environmental stimuli that results in limited alertness with respect to the educational environment.

    Specific Learning Disability (SLD)

    A specific learning disability is a disorder in one or more of the basic psychological processes involved in understanding or in using language, spoken or written, which may manifest itself in an imperfect ability to listen, think, speak, read, write, spell, or to do mathematical calculations. Eligibility for services requires that there is a significant discrepancy between intellectual ability and achievement in one or more of the following academic areas: oral or written expression, listening or reading comprehension, basic reading skills, mathematics calculations and reasoning. Disorders not included – the term does not include learning problems that are primarily the result of visual, hearing, or motor disabilities, of emotional disturbance, or of environmental, cultural, or economic disadvantage.

    Speech or Language Impairment (SLI)

    A communication disorder, impaired articulation, language impairment, or a voice impairment, that adversely affects a child’s educational performance.

    Traumatic Brain Injury

    Acquired injury to the brain caused by an external physical force, resulting in total or partial functional disability or psychosocial impairment, or both, that adversely affects a child’s educational performance. The term applies to open or closed head injuries resulting in impairments in one or more areas, such as cognition; language; memory; attention; reasoning; abstract thinking; judgment; problem solving; sensory, perceptual, and motor abilities; psychosocial behavior; physical functions; information processing; and speech. The term does not apply to brain injuries that are congenital or degenerative, or to brain injuries induced by birth trauma.

    Visual Impairment, including Blindness

    Impairment in vision that, even with correction, adversely affects a child’s educational performance. The term includes both partial sight and blindness.

    Step 4: What is the IEP meeting and what happens during the meeting?

    After your child has been assessed, an Individualized Education Program (IEP) meeting will be held. The IEP meeting must be held at a time and place convenient for both you and the school’s representatives. The school must provide you with written notice of the IEP meeting within a reasonable time prior to the meeting. This notice will include: the date, time, and place of the meeting; the reason for the meeting; who will be at the meeting; and a statement of the right of participants to electronically record the meeting. If you are unable to attend the meeting, you may call the school to reschedule.

    At this meeting, the IEP team will discuss the assessment results and determine if your child is eligible for special education services. If your child is eligible, an IEP will also be developed during the meeting.

    IEP Team Members
    • The child’s parent or guardian, and/or your representative
    • A school administrator or qualified representative who is knowledgeable about program options appropriate for your child
    • Your child’s present teacher. If a student does not presently have a teacher, a teacher with the most recent and complete knowledge of the student and who has observed the student’s educational performance will participate as an IEP team member. If a teacher with the most recent and complete knowledge of the student is not available, the teacher on the IEP team will be a special education teacher qualified to teach a student of his or her age
    • The person(s) who assessed your child or someone familiar with those assessment procedures.
    • Other persons, such as your child, whom you or the school wish to invite

    An IEP is the written plan that describes a child’s abilities and needs, and the goals, accommodations/modifications, and services designed to meet the child’s unique needs. Your child’s IEP must be reviewed and, if necessary, revised once a year or more often upon request. If your child is found to be eligible for special education services, the IEP will contain:

    • Annual goals focusing on your child’s current level of performance
    • The services that your child will receive
    • When services will begin, how often they will be provided, and for how long
    • The instructional program(s) where these services will be delivered
    • The amount of time your child will spend in general education. If your child is not educated completely in general education, it should state why
    • How the school will measure your child’s progress.

    You will receive a copy of the IEP at or shortly after the IEP meeting. If you do not attend the IEP meeting, a copy will be mailed to you. You have the right to agree or disagree with any part of the IEP but a signature from the parent/guardian is required in order for a student to receive special education services.

    Step 5: What can I expect after my child is found to be eligible for Special Education services?

    After your child qualifies for and begins receiving special education services, his or her IEP will be reviewed in an IEP meeting at least once a year to determine how well it is meeting his or her needs. In addition, every three years, your child will be reassessed and his or her IEP reviewed as part of an overall comprehensive reevaluation of your child’s progress.

    It is important for parents to maintain regular contact with the educational professionals who work with their child. Also, in preparation for an annual review or reevaluation, parents should prepare by reviewing past IEPs and student records. The case manager should send home any assessment results as well as a draft IEP for you to review prior to the meeting. As the parent is typically the only team member who sees the child at home, your input is critical in assessing student progress and achievement.

    If there are concerns that your child’s educational needs are not being met, either you or school personnel may request a reassessment or an IEP meeting to review the IEP at any time during the year. You may request an IEP meeting by sending a written request to the school. Once your request is received, the meeting must be held within thirty (30) days, not counting school vacations greater than five (5). You may request a reassessment by sending a written request to the school. The school must get your permission before it reassesses your child.

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    Preschool Assessments

    San José Unified provides special education assessments for preschool-age children who are residents within the district boundaries. The assessment process is in place to help determine a student’s potential eligibility for district-provided special education services.

    We have a preschool assessment center staffed by a team dedicated to serving the needs of children ages 3-5 with disabilities. The team will guide your family through the district assessment, Individualized Education Program (IEP) process, and the programs and services we provide if your student qualifies.

    Families are required to enroll their students at the District Office at 855 Lenzen Avenue prior to being assessed at the Preschool Assessment Center. Please find more information on enrollment here.

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    Community Advisory Committee

    The Community Advisory Committee for Special Education is a state-mandated committee responsible for: parent education and advocacy training; review and development of the special education local control plan; participation in district committees directly affecting the special education program; and addressing concerns regarding special education programs that support students with Individualized Education Plans (IEPs). The CAC-SE is dedicated to ensuring that every special education student in San José Unified is getting the highest quality education.

    Members of the CAC-SE include parents of individuals with exceptional needs enrolled in public or private schools, parents of other pupils enrolled in school, pupils and adults with disabilities, regular education teachers, special education teachers and other school personnel, representatives of other public and private agencies and persons concerned with the needs of individuals with exceptional needs.

    The CAC-SE is currently seeking new members. Click here to download an application, and visit the CAC-SE Facebook page or send an email to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) for more information.

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    Enrollment Requirements

    To enroll your student in San José Unified, you can complete the online registration or download the enrollment application.

    Enrollment Requirements

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