More than 150 parents, students, and community members joined district and school leaders for our second Town Hall Meeting of the school year on Monday night at Leland High School. Before participating in an hour-long open forum, they were treated to a public policy debate led by students from Leland’s nationally-recognized speech and debate program.Read More Top
At San José Unified, we believe student nutrition is a key component of a well-rounded education. We constantly strive to meet the nutritional needs of our students while ensuring our schools promote a healthy and active learning environment.
All told, our Student Nutrition team prepares and serves more than 18,000 hot and cold meals every day across 40 school sites, from elementary…Read More Top
San José Unified is committed to establishing a positive, collaborative relationship with every family. We’re proud to provide unique opportunities and resources for families to engage with and participate in elevating opportunities for your students.
Family University We recently hosted our first Family University session of the 2017-2018 school year at Hoover Middle School. This session was focused on developing leadership skills to…Read More Top
Did you know? San José Unified has been selected by Sprint to participate in the 1Million Project. The goal of this five-year program is to provide one million high school students who do not have adequate internet access at home with the resources they need to be successful in school. Many of the classes students take today — particularly AP classes —…Read More Top
San José Unified School District continued to outperform statewide results and many comparable districts in the third year of Smarter Balanced (SBAC) assessment exams, according to data recently released by the California Department of Education (CDE).
San José Unified students bested statewide results for meeting or exceeding standards at all grade levels in Language Arts and Mathematics. The district also outperformed overall…Read More Top
Beginning in the Fall of 2017, San José Unified Food Services will introduce “cashless” breakfast and lunch lines in all of our schools. Our goal is to move to a completely cashless system by January 2018. We encourage you to use the MySchoolBucks online prepayment system to pay for your student’s meals.
Using MySchoolBucks is a safe, simple, and secure way to make…Read More Top
During the 2016-17 school year, Madeline Armacost, then a senior at Pioneer High, approached school administrators with concerns about the district’s student dress code policy. She had noticed inconsistencies in how the dress code was enforced that appeared biased against young women and caused unnecessary interruptions to their education. As a result of Madeline’s activism and input from other students, San…Read More Top
Over the past few weeks, a number of our students have come down with a fairly common stomach virus that has been impacting communities up and down the state. District officials, school administrators, and our professional health staff have worked tirelessly and diligently to keep this highly contagious virus from spreading, in close consultation with the Santa Clara County Public…Read More Top
The San José Unified Enrollment Center is on the move, and this time, it’s for good! Beginning June 12th, we look forward to serving parents and families in brand new facilities at the district office, 855 Lenzen Avenue in San José.
This move is part of a years-long effort to bring all of our family services under one roof. Our goal is to…Read More Top
San José Unified performs well above statewide norms in new reports released this week by the California Department of Education as part of their online dashboard, a tool designed to help communities across the state access important information about K-12 districts and schools.
Instead of relying exclusively on test scores, this new system provides a snapshot of how schools and districts…Read More Top