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Upcoming Events

2024-2025 Grade Level Donations Lists

List of wished for donations by grade level for the 2024-2025 school year

Backpack with school supplies in it

Please take a look at the list of items that teachers would appreciate as donations for the upcoming school year:



1st Grade

2nd Grade:
Maestra Bañuelos

Maestra Ocana / Amazon Wish List

Maestra Martinez / Amazon Wish List

3rd Grade

4th Grade

5th grade

6th Grade

7th Grade

8th Grade

Thank you so much! Any items are greatly appreciated!

Kindergarten Enrollment

Sherman Oaks Dual Immersion school is enrolling!

students in the classroom learning

Become a part of our TK-8th grade Spanish Immersion Program! If you have not yet registered your student for TK or kindergarten, now is the time to do so. To register your student for Kindergarten and TK or read answers to frequently asked questions, please visit our district registration site here.

A Year of Student Growth Complete; Looking Ahead to the Next

A Message from the Superintendent

a row of kindergarten students looking through binoculars

The end of another school year is a time to reflect on the learning, growth, and countless memorable moments our students have experienced this year. Your involvement, commitment and encouragement made those experiences possible, and I want to thank you.

It has been a joy to witness the progress our students have made and to see them develop both academically and personally. They have gained competency in critical thinking, self-direction, collaboration, innovation, and empathy. Their growth is truly impressive!

To help keep the fun of learning happening through the summer, I want to remind you that every student in our district has an online library account through the Santa Clara County Library District. It can be used to access books, music, videos and more.

Together—school, home, and community—we create an environment that fosters curiosity and a love for learning that can last a lifetime. 

I look forward to seeing what the future holds for each of our students, and wish you all a wonderful summer filled with rest, fun, and family time. 

Free Summer Meals for Kids

Available to all children of the community, age 18 and younger.

boy holding a slice of pizza in one hand and giving a Thumbs Up with the other.

Campbell Union School District is participating again in the federal and state funded Seamless Summer program. Children age 18 and younger, regardless of their school enrollment, can come have an afternoon meal at no charge.

Mon. through Fri., June 13 through August 6, 2024, from 1:00 p.m. until 1:45 p.m.
* Closed 6/19, 7/4, and 7/5

Rosemary Elementary School, 401 W. Hamilton Ave., Campbell, CA


  • Available to all children of the community, age 18 and younger.
  • No school district registration required.
  • One meal per visit per child.
  • Meals to be eaten on site.


Contact Child Nutrition Services


Food [at] Campbellusd.org

Students’ Online Safety is a Family Affair 

 Home Internet filters are your defense year round. District-owned student devices to be disabled this summer. 

young child in a dark room looking at a lighted smartphone screen that says

This summer, we encourage parents and caregivers to ramp up supervision of their children’s online interactions. When school is in session, our computer devices have multiple layers of online security. During summer break, or when students are not using a school-issued device, internet safety must rely on security features available in their home.

This summer: 

  • Students will be able to use their school accounts to log into Clever and other familiar applications used at school, but district filters will not be active. Online filtering will depend on what the family has at home.
  • The take-home Chromebooks, assigned to students in grades 6-8, will be disabled during the summer break. They will be re-enabled in time for the new school year, which begins August 21st.

Please note that Gaggle, one of our district’s online student safety management systems which reviews student-generated documents for words and phrases that trigger a concern for student safety, will not be active during the break.

We encourage parents and guardians to always be vigilant and actively supervise their children's online activities. Together, we can foster responsible digital behavior, maintain open communication, and ensure a safe and healthy online experience for children.

Resources for Parents

Surgeon General’s May 2023 Advisory on Social Media and Youth Mental Health highlights the potential harm social media can have on young people's mental health. The advisory suggests that parents and caregivers can take steps to protect their children, such as establishing tech-free zones, foster in-person relationships, teaching responsible online behavior, modeling good behavior, and reporting problematic content and activity.

Tips for Family Supervision and Parental Control

The nonprofit Common Sense Media offers a multitude of resources and information to help families navigate the benefits and pitfalls of screen time and social media use. Parents and caregivers may find the following articles helpful.