BESCA stands for Booksin Elementary School Community Association and is the School Connected Organization (SCO) that supports Booksin Elementary. An SCO serves to enrich the educational and/or extracurricular programs within the school community and is required to work within the framework provided by San Jose Unified School District (SJUSD). BESCA is governed by a set of bylaws and is managed by an Executive Board comprised of 5 elected parents, 3 teachers and the principal. BESCA meetings are held monthly during the school year, with the exception of the months of December and June.
Each year, BESCA supports a multitude of programs that benefit every Booksin student. In addition to funding such programs as art, music, science, technology, the garden, the library, class field trips and more, our fundraising events, particularly Walkathon, provide funds to teachers for use within their classrooms, assist students with fees related to 5th Grade Science Camp and much more. That said, not all of BESCA’s support to Booksin is financial. Booksin is known for its culture of parent involvement and volunteerism. Members of BESCA’s parent community are active on and off campus every day, both in the classroom providing assistance to teachers and outside the classroom working on initiatives and events such as Dining Nights Out, Hicklebee’s Book Fair, Safe Side programs, the Student Book Exchange, Yearbook and more.
Click here to download
BESCA Bylaws 2012
©2014 Booksin Elementary|1590 Dry Creek Road|San Jose Ca, 95125|1-408-535-6213
Site Map|Disclaimer|Site by NetRaising
The San Jose Unified School District does not discriminate on the basis of age, sex, sexual orientation, gender, ethnic group identification, race,ancestry, national origin, religion, color, or mental or physical disability in its educational programs and activities or employment practices as required byAmericans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, Section 504 or the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and the Vocational Education Act of 1976. The lack of English language skills will not be a barrier to admission and participation in the District’s programs. Students, parents, employees, or others who wish further information about these regulations, or whom wish to file a complaint, should contact the following persons: Director of Student Services, Dane Caldwell-Holden (408) 535-6080 ext. 13212 The District’s 504 Coordinator, Delphia Edwards (408) 535-6195 ext. 13229