We want to hear from YOU!
There’s a lot happening in San José Unified this year, and we want you to be a part of it. Please take a few minutes to share your thoughts using this online survey:
¡Deseamos saber SU opinion!
Este año están ocurriendo muchas cosas en el Distrito Escolar Unificado de San José y deseamos que usted participe. Por favor dedique un momento para contestar nuestra encuesta en Internet:
SJUSD Response to Clown Threats
As you may be aware, there is a nationwide trend on social media involving individuals wearing clown costumes making threats to school campuses. The district is coordinating with local law enforcement to monitor the situation.
At this time, there are no credible threats to San José Unified schools. However, the safety of our students and staff remains our top priority. We will continue to be vigilant as new threats arise.
Credible or not, this type of behavior is disruptive to a school’s learning environment and the broader community. We strongly encourage
Why Measure Y?
On August 4, 2016, the Governing Board of the San José Unified School District called an election for an education parcel tax. It placed Measure Y on the November 8th presidential general election ballot. Below is the text of Measure Y as it will appear on the ballot:
To improve education in local neighborhood schools by supporting core academic programs in reading, writing, math, the arts and science, preparing students for college and careers and attracting and retaining high performing teachers and educational staff, shall San Jose Unified School District authorize an annual
Bringing the District Office to You
One of my goals as your Superintendent is to make San José Unified more accessible for parents, teachers, and our entire community. As such, I want to provide you with opportunities to voice your concerns directly to district leadership and hear directly from us about important issues and initiatives.
That’s why I’ll be attending weekly meetings with principals and parents at our school sites, along with the rest of our Superintendent’s Council. Each week, we’ll visit 2-3 schools, with the first round of visits scheduled for Friday, October 14th.