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Upcoming Events

More Than Meals 

Completing a school funding form is crucial to school funding.

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For every Campbell USD student who applies and qualifies for free or reduced price meals, the school receives more than $1,000 in additional state grant funds to provide additional programs and resources.

Your application helps your child and many others! 

More Funds For...

  • Technology for schools and students
  • Intervention support and programs
  • Afterschool programs
  • Counseling services
  • School kitchen equipment 

Families also may get...

  • Free or reduced price internet
  • Free or reduced price summer camps

Apply online. https://www.campbellusd.org/food#state

Or email our staff at food [at] campbellusd.org

Apply to Serve on Oversight Committee

District accepting applications for Citizens Bond and Parcel Tax Oversight Committee

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The district’s Governing Board appoints members to the Citizens Oversight Committee to review school district spending, ensure bond and parcel tax revenues are spent only for the purpose set before the voters, and to report its findings to the public.

Committee members represent various parts of the community: businesses, senior citizens, taxpayer organizations, and parents of students enrolled in the District. Members serve for a term of two years without compensation and for no more than two consecutive terms. (Education Code Section 15282(a))

Campbell Union School District operates classes for preschool through eighth-grade students from the communities of Campbell, Los Gatos, Monte Sereno, San Jose, Santa Clara, and Saratoga. The bond funds help to repair and improve the district’s 12 elementary and middle schools. Parcel tax funds, set to expire in 2023, support instructional programs that directly benefit students.

Applications are available by contacting Christina Tran, Campbell Union School District, or 408-364-4200 ext. 6215.  More info on District’s Oversight Committee web page.

Planning for the Future: Classrooms to Support 21st Century Learning

Board Adopts Resolution for Bond Measure With No Projected Tax Rate Increase

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To ensure that its classrooms and labs support hands-on 21st Century learning and that repairs are made to aging and outdated facilities, the Campbell Union School District Governing Board has placed a local funding measure on the November 2022 ballot.

“Some of our schools are 50 to 60 years old and in urgent need of repairs and modernization,” said Board President Richard Nguyen. “This bond would enable us to complete some of the planned projects for our facilities that were impacted by increased construction costs.”

If approved by local voters, the measure would complete these projects without increasing current tax rates

“The bond funds would allow us to continue providing safe and up-to-date schools that meet the learning needs of students and enhance local property values,” said Superintendent Shelly Viramontez. “Keeping our schools well-maintained requires long-term planning. For our students to be prepared to compete in high school, college and beyond, the District needs to ensure that its classrooms and labs are safe and have the infrastructure needed to prepare students for real-world opportunities.” 

See the Resolution on our Bond Web page

Responsible fiscal management is a core tenet for Campbell Union School district. CUSD has earned one of Moody’s Investor Services highest credit ratings, stating that the district’s fiscal management “has been a pillar in the district’s commitment to maintaining a strong fiscal profile. The District’s Citizens’ Oversight Committee reviews school district spending and ensures that school bond and parcel tax revenues are spent only for the purse set before and approved by the voters.

Get the Scoop on Back-to-School Information

All schools in our district use ParentSquare to send notices to families.

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We use ParentSquare to send email and text messages with important updates and back-to-school information. 

If you'd like more control over your notification settings or to easily request an update to your contact information, please consider downloading the FREE ParentSquare app. The mobile app is the easiest way to receive all Posts, Events, Sign Up Requests, Photos and Files.

iOS App - Apple Store

Android App - Google Play Store

What's ParentSquare? Learn more here.

Watch a quick video to get started using ParentSquare today! (Para español haga clic)

Or, choose the videos and training module below designed to help you tour ParentSquare and set your notification preferences.

Welcome New Principals

New administrators come to Marshall Lane and Forest Hill schools

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New Marshall Lane Principal Patrick Sieler (left) and incoming Forest Hill Principal Christy Chalfant pause for a photo after being introduced to the CUSD Governing Board in June. They are looking forward to greeting students, staff and families as the new school year begins.

Please watch your email and text messages next week for updates from the school.