San José Unified Newsletter - February 3, 2023
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Today’s Incident at Abraham Lincoln High
Earlier today, multiple schools in the Bay Area were victims of a hoax, with false reports of school shootings reported to local law enforcement agencies. One of these false reports included Abraham Lincoln High School in San José Unified.
The San José Police Department and the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office responded immediately to Lincoln High based on the report, as though an…Read More Top
Information on Arrest of San José Unified Employee
A few days ago, the San José Unified School District received a tip that a current employee may have engaged in unacceptable behavior involving a student. We responded immediately and began working closely with our partners at the San José Police Department. The investigation has resulted in the arrest of an employee who had been working at Herbert Hoover Middle School this…Read More Top
San José Unified Ready for Heat Wave
We hope you are all finding ways to keep cool this holiday weekend. As we prepare for our students and employees to return to school tomorrow, we wanted to share some information on how San José Unified manages extreme heat to keep our community safe.
All San José Unified classrooms have modern Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning systems (HVAC) with the…Read More Top
Important Information for the 2022-2023 School Year
We hope you are enjoying a safe and restful summer. We are excited to welcome our students back to school on Wednesday, August 17, 2022. Our teachers and staff are returning to work and preparing for a great start to the 2022-2023 school year.
We want to share some information and updates about the school year with you. Thank you for carefully…Read More Top
Summer Meals and Learning Opportunities
As we near the end of the school year, we wanted to offer an opportunity for two summer learning programs and provide information about meals available over the summer recess.Summer Meal Program
We will provide breakfast and lunch at no cost to all students enrolled in a summer learning program with San José Unified. We will also provide one meal per day…Read More Top
Norman Y. Mineta Final Homecoming
The Mineta Legacy Project is planning a Final Homecoming event in remembrance of Norman Y. Mineta. Mr. Mineta was a former mayor, former member of Congress, and a former Cabinet Secretary to two presidents. Mr. Mineta is also an alumni of San José High, serving as student body president in 1948.
Mr. Mineta will rest in honor at the San José City Hall…Read More Top