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Upcoming Events

Tacolicious Mondays!

Every Monday this month, 15% of the proceeds of Tacolicious (at Santana Row) will go directly to Monroe.  This is a great opportunity to grab some food and support Monroe; no flyers are necessary.  Tell you friends, tell your family, tell your community!

¿Qué pasa Monroe?

Padres,

Estamos muy emocionados de anunciar que empezaremos a transmitir las noticias de Monroe en español. Nuestro programa ¿Qué pasa Monroe? será pregrabada mensualmente para que todos los padres hispanohablantes puedan mantenerse al tanto de los eventos en la escuela Monroe.

Keeping Students and Staff Safe

Safety is our top priority at Monroe. An important part of keeping students and staff safe is conducting drills for a variety of situations, including intruders on campus.

On Wed., Nov. 29th, at 10:30 am, we have the opportunity to work directly with the San Jose Police Department on a lock down drill. Officers and patrol cars will be on campus, making this drill far more noticeable than those we’ve done in the past.

We don’t want to you be unnecessarily alarmed. We do hope you’ll take the opportunity listen to your child’s questions, ask what he/she learned in the process, and discuss your own family’s plans in case of an emergency.

Keeping Students and Staff Safe

Safety is our top priority at Monroe. An important part of keeping students and staff safe is conducting drills for a variety of situations, including intruders on campus.

On Wed., Nov. 29th, at 10:30 am, we have the opportunity to work directly with the San Jose Police Department on a lock down drill. Officers and patrol cars will be on campus, making this drill far more noticeable than those we’ve done in the past.

We don’t want to you be unnecessarily alarmed. We do hope you’ll take the opportunity listen to your child’s questions, ask what he/she learned in the process, and discuss your own family’s plans in case of an emergency.

New School to Open August 2018

Campbell School of Innovation Will Have a Design Thinking Focus.
Opening for Grades TK-4 and Growing to TK-8 by 2022.

A new school is coming to Campbell in 2018. The Campbell School of Innovation, a public school for transitional kindergarten through eighth grade is being hailed as a catalyst for changing the landscape of learning in Campbell Union School District.

“Our society is changing rapidly,” said Dr. Shelly Viramontez, Superintendent of the Campbell Union Elementary School District. “It’s critical that all of our students gain the kind of enduring skills and knowledge they’ll need for successful careers: creative problem solving, critical thinking, collaboration, and communication. Campbell School of Innovation will lead that effort for all of our schools.”

Please see the full story on the Campbell Union School District home page for details about the program, construction and enrollment.