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Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Math

Students building a project.

Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, & Mathematics—is more than just the subjects in its name. It’s about blending those disciplines in ways that promote collaboration, communication, critical thinking and creative problem solving. Through STEAM students discover meaningful, creative and innovative ways to expand and connect interdisciplinary learning through experimentation and imagination. This will help them apply their learning to succeed in real world settings.

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Special Education

Our school has a number of programs and staff dedicated to providing support to all students, including Special Day Classes (SDC) and Resource Specialist Programs (RSP).

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Specialized Instruction

We are committed to providing the resources and tools to make sure every student achieves at the highest levels. These specialized instruction programs ensure that all students are guaranteed an education that's truly beyond the expected.

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STEAM Spaces

Campbell Union School District is committed to providing our students an education that is beyond the expected. We have transformed a traditional classroom into a STEAM space that integrates science, technology, engineering, arts and math into cohesive instructional units that complement core curriculum. STEAM spaces can include anything from 3D printers to carts of computers and tablets, and all provide open spaces for student work and collaboration.

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Technology

coding

Technology continues to be a priority for CUSD. With the implementation of online assessments and the goal of creating 21st Century learners, students are getting more and more exposure to technology in their classrooms. Technology can come in the form of tablets, laptops, and access to presentation systems. In the last 2 years, CUSD has doubled the number of devices available to students and continues to add more.

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Transitional Kindergarten

TK Student at science center

Transitional Kindergarten (TK) is the first of a two-year Kindergarten program designed especially for students whose fifth birthday occurs between September 2 and December 2.  Using developmentally appropriate practices and curriculum, this unique elementary grade level bridges preschool and kindergarten, providing a gift of time to support students in gaining a head start in academic and social-emotional foundational skill-building.  When students complete TK and enter Kindergarten, they have the added advantage of a head start that will last a lifetime.

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Visual Arts

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As part of the STEAM curriculum, Visual Arts provides students with planned, success-oriented art experiences using a variety of materials and techniques. Students will produce artwork in two and three-dimensional forms, and become familiar with drawing tools, techniques, art history, color theory, painting, printmaking, collage, and either papier mache or clay. The students will study each element (line, shape, value, texture, color, space and form) of art as a unit.  Several formative assignments, in addition to a larger project, are given for each unit.

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