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English Language Development

English Language Development (ELD) Standards are used in tandem with the Common Core State Standards to give our English Learners (ELs) what they need to acquire language and gain access to grade-level standards. The California Department of Education requires that ELs receive explicit ELD instruction (Designated/Dedicated ELD Instruction), grouped by proficiency level. ELs also need access to grade-level standards. CUSD teachers use research-based instructional strategies proven to be effective in helping ELs meet grade-level content.

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Family Involvement

At Campbell School of Innovation, we’re preparing students to succeed in high school, college and beyond. Research shows that involvement by parents and family members makes a big difference in a child’s success at school. You Make the Difference!

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Gifted & Talented Education

Gifted and Talented Education refers to students who have been identified as being gifted, or having a high capacity for learning and abstract thinking and reasoning. All second graders in CUSD take a non-verbal test in order to be screened for GATE identification. Once children are identified as being gifted, our teachers meet their needs through differentiated classroom instruction. 

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Grade Levels

New ideas. New concepts. New skills.

School is where students begin to explore core subjects and discover new interests and skills that they may develop later in middle school. Our teachers provide strong core academic instruction through their broad knowledge of the subject matter, standards-based curriculum, and creative lesson design. 

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Gymnasium

This is one of the places where our students build a foundation of good sportsmanship and good health during the school day and compete in team sports after school. Community groups also rent our gym for their team competitions.  To find out about facility rentals, go to: https://www.campbellusd.org/facilityuse,

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Homeschool

Homeschool is an educational alternative that is offered through the Campbell Union School District for students from all counties surrounding Santa Clara County. Our program allows families the flexibility to work with a credentialed teacher to build a rigorous and customized educational program for the student involved. The program provides flexibility with scheduling and meets the needs of students who have outside commitments or other issues that make traditional schooling difficult.

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Innovation

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Kindergarten

Kindergarten is for children who will be five years old on or before September 1. Instruction in kindergarten is focused on developing foundational skills that prepare students for success in all content areas and sets the foundation for building skills that lead to success throughout the child’s school years. Students build skills in literacy and oral language comprehension, vocabulary, alphabet knowledge, phonological awareness, and print knowledge.

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Leadership

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Multi-Use Room

This room is a hub of activity for the school and the community. By day it is where students gather for lunch, sports, band practice, educational assemblies and more. After school hours, it is a-buzz with school and community activities such as recreational and team sports, community meetings and school drama productions.  

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Music

Music energizes and enlivens learning.

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News

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Physical Education

Students spend a lot of time in classrooms at school but getting outside and being active is just as important. Physical Education is mandated by the State of California. Students in elementary school are required to have 200 minutes of Physical Education every 10 days. Physical education is a combination of structured activities and lessons on nutrition and healthy living. Depending on the teacher or the provider, students participate in a variety of sports, dancing, calisthenics, and other activities to get them up and moving. 

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