Moreland School District
4711 Campbell Avenue
San Jose, CA 95130-1790
Phone: (408) 874-2900
Fax: (408) 374-8827
Welcome to the Moreland School District
Help Your Child Succeed in School
Parents, brothers, sisters, and other influential role models at home are the most important factor in a child’s success in school. What we say and do can help children develop positive attitudes toward learning and school. It is important to get involved in your child’s school. Asking about their day, reviewing homework and reading the information that your child brings home or that is provided for you online show that you believe school is important.
Encourage your child to read by reading with him from an early age and don’t stop as he gets older. Share books and magazines, discuss characters, plots, and story ideas. Make visits to the library a fun shared time. Set aside quiet time for family reading. Reading helps students in all areas of study and is the key to lifelong learning.
Help your child develop good study skills. Set up a regular time for homework in a specific location that is stocked with the supplies necessary to complete regular assignments, like paper, pencils, pens, a dictionary, calculator, index cards, and a stapler. Remove distractions by turning off the television or music or having other children work or play in another space.
Good nutrition and adequate rest are also key factors in student success. Send your child to school well rested and fed or with the means to get breakfast and/or lunch at school.
Moreland Community Rallies with
ALS Ice Bucket Challenge!
Schools in the Moreland School District have rallied students, parents, and staff to be part of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. Called out to perform the challenge by Moreland School District Board Member Julie Reynolds-Grabbe, Superintendent of Schools Mark Barmore and Anderson Elementary School Principal Tasha Quinonez were doused with buckets of ice and water on September 3rd. Both will also make donations toward Amyotrophic Latera Sclerosis (ALS).
Superintendant Barmore was also called out to accept the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge by Moreland Middle School Dean Craig Williams. In honor of his former football coach and family friend Charlie Wedemeyer, Craig Williams sat in front of hundreds of Moreland Middle students and staff on August 22nd, and challenged each MMS student to donate $1 toward ALS before being doused with a bucket of ice and water himself. To date, the Moreland Middle community has raised over $650.
Read more about Moreland School District and the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge here:
Superintendent Mark Barmore and Anderson Principal Tasha Quinonez taking the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
MMS Dean Craig Williams has raised over $650 for ALS
Come Work with Kids
We’re looking for substitute teachers who are passionate about helping students develop a love of learning and want to work in a supportive community of educators.
Does this sound like you? If so, please apply to join our team on EdJoin.org.
Qualified substitutes must hold a current California teaching credential or 30-day sub permit and pass a pre-employment fingerprint check.
2014-2015 Moreland Preschool Registration Open
The Moreland Preschool has begun registration for the 2014-2015 school year. Contact Jeanette Escobar to schedule a tour at 408-874-3745 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please click on the following links to get information on specific services or programs:
- Enrollment – Enrollment Center location, hours, and FAQ's
- Preschool Program
- Extended Day
- Transportation – bus passes, routes, fees, rules and safety
- Food Services – menus, online ordering, prices
- Community Activities - local sports, classes, clubs, and events
- Use of Facilities Instructions, Indoor Request Form,
Outdoor Request Form
- Community Center Calendar
- How to Get Involved – Home and School Clubs, Moreland Educational Foundation and Music in Moreland
The Moreland School District, a caring learning partnership of students, parents, staff, and community will empower all students through innovative and exemplary educational practices, with the knowledge, skills and critical thinking abilities to become contributing and responsible members of a global society.
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