Summer can be a difficult time for families struggling to make ends meet because their children no longer have access to the free and reduced-price meals they receive at school. That’s why San José Unified partners each year with Second Harvest Food Bank of Santa Clara and San Benito Counties to provide a federally-funded summer meals program at our schools.Read More Top
San José Unified is excited to be participating in a pilot program to ensure that additional Santa Clara County families have access to affordable preschool. Through legislation passed last fall, the Individualized County Childcare Subsidy Plan allows counties to determine their own eligibility criteria instead of relying on state criteria. In Santa Clara County, this means a family of four with…Read More Top
Parents, we want to hear from you! As part of San José Unified’s commitment to prepare today’s students to be the thinkers, leaders, and creators of tomorrow, we’d like to hear your thoughts about our schools and your child’s education experience. You can provide your input by filling out a quick survey that should arrive at your home the last week of…Read More Top
San José Unified is committed to establishing a positive, collaborative relationship with every family. We’re proud to provide unique opportunities and resources for families to engage with and participate in elevating opportunities for your students.
Family University We recently hosted our first Family University session of the 2017-2018 school year at Hoover Middle School. This session was focused on developing leadership skills to…Read More Top
Beginning Friday, December 1st, parents and guardians will be able to make an appointment to enroll your students in San José Unified for the 2018-2019 school year.
Phase 1 of Secondary enrollment (grades 6-12) begins January 22, 2018, and ends February 9, 2018. Click here to learn more.
Phase 1 of Elementary enrollment (grades TK-5) begins February 5, 2018, and ends March…Read More Top
Did you know? San José Unified has been selected by Sprint to participate in the 1Million Project. The goal of this five-year program is to provide one million high school students who do not have adequate internet access at home with the resources they need to be successful in school. Many of the classes students take today — particularly AP classes —…Read More Top
The San José Unified Enrollment Center is on the move, and this time, it’s for good! Beginning June 12th, we look forward to serving parents and families in brand new facilities at the district office, 855 Lenzen Avenue in San José.
This move is part of a years-long effort to bring all of our family services under one roof. Our goal is to…Read More Top