Sherman Oaks Dual Language Immersion School

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Our Mother's Day Celebration will take place on Thursday, May 11th at 1 pm. in our M.U. We invite all parents/guardians to come join us for this special celebration.

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Newsletter in Spanish


Our school news is also available in Spanish, as translated by google translate. When you open your e-news, click in the upper right corner.  [Nuestras noticias electrónicas también están disponibles en español, como traducido por google. Cuando abra sus e-noticias, haga clic en la esquina superior derecha.]

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STEAM into Summer!


All District families are invited to a FREE family STEAM event on Wednesday May 31, 2017, from 4:00-7:00 p.m., at Campbell Middle School, 295 Cherry Lane, Campbell.

Sponsored by School Linked Services and the Measure A grant, the event will feature food, and fun activities like Derby Car Engineering, projects in Art and Science, and more.

There also will be a special workshop with award-winning author Carmela Dutra, and each family can take home a STEAM Kit to use this summer.

(See the e-flyer in this week's e-news, or click on…


Board Meeting News – 5-04-2017: The Governing Board celebrated Suzzette Hernández de Orta, of Sherman Oaks, for being named Mexican Consul for a Day.

Ms. Orta told the Board about her experience as Consul. Then the Campbell Middle Schoolstudents explained their award-winning entires in the Math-Engineering-Science Achievement (MESA) regional competition.



Give your child an educational edge when you attend this free parent education event.

Parent University: Parenting Student Success Today is a one-morning event that offers parents practical tips, networking opportunities, and the chance to show your child that you value dedicating time to future goals.

Saturday, May 20, 2017   •  9AM – 12PM
Castlemont School, 3040 Payne Ave., Campbell

Registration is free and includes lunch for registered participants.  Check-in starts at 8:30AM. 

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  • Three parent meetings have been scheduled for May 8, 9 and 10 to provide information and discussion about recent decisions affecting thw 2017-18 school year. Letters will more details will be sent to middle school families on Thursday, April 27th.
  • Meeting notes, key dates, and other information about the school transformation is available on the Transformation web page.
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El Consulado General de México en San José tiene el placer de informarles que la ganadora del concurso “Cónsul por un Día” es:
Suzette Hernández  de Orta

Suzette es una niña muy aplicada y dedicada al estudio, muy segura de sí misma y apegada a sus valores familiares y le gusta ayudar a sus compañeros en sus labores académicas.
Estudia el 5to  grado de primaria en la escuela Sherman Oaks Elementary School. Tiene 11 años de edad y es de descendencia náhuatl por parte de su abuela, quien vive en México.
Su madre es originaria de Guadalajara,…


Students had equal say as adults as more than 100 parents, students, staff and neighbors gave input at a March 23 community forum about creating a new Preschool–8th-grade school in the District.

The meeting began with attendees using stickers to vote on the Guiding Principals the Transformation Team will consider as it develops recommendations for the Governing Board. Then, participants and facilitators separated into affinity groups—parents with other parents, students with students, and so on—so they could discuss hopes, concerns and ideas for the new school. They…


State testing will happen from mid-April through May, and we're doing our best to ensure our students do their best.

Each year, students in grades 3–8 will participate in the statewide testing program called the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP). The tests cover English language arts/literacy (ELA) and mathematics for grades 3–8, and science fore grades 5 and 8. They provide information to teachers, parents/guardians, and students about students’ progress and readiness for college and career.

The principal will send information about…