Summer school programs are currently only offered to a limited number of identified students. If students are eligible to participate, they will be notified of opportunities by the district and/or their school site guidance advisor.
Please contact/email your school's Registrar and provide the following information.
- Student's full name
- Date of birth
- New school name, city and state
- Effective school year
Address changes are submitted directly to the high school your student attends. Don’t forget to amend your emergency contact card as well.
Apply online at https://family.titank12.com/
. Paper applications are also available at each high school and at the district office's Food Services Department at 3235 Union Avenue in San Jose.
|Request Translation/Interpretive Assistance
Parents or guardians may request free individual translation or interpretive services by calling at 408-371-0960 x2015.
|Verify Income/Employment for C.U.H.S.D. Employees
Contact the Payroll Division at 408-371-0960 x2045 for teaching positions and x2046 for non-teaching positions.
|Check References for Former C.U.H.S.D. Employees
Contact Human Resources at 408-371-0960 x2029 for teaching positions and x2020 for non-teaching positions.
The fundamental precept of the California Public Records Act (CPRA) is that governmental records shall be disclosed to the public, upon request, unless there is a specific reason not to do so. The public may inspect documents free of charge or obtain a copy of identifiable records for $0.15 per page. Please send your written request with clear and specific descriptions of the information sought to the Campbell Union High School District Office at 3235 Union Avenue, San Jose, CA 95124 or via fax at 408-558-3006.
|Distribute Information to Schools
Distributions are provided as a community service. The C.U.H.S.D. neither endorses nor sponsors any activity that is approved and reserves the right to deny any request. Approvals may take up to 5 business days to review, depending on the volume of requests.
All fliers and distributions to school sites from community organizations must be reviewed and approved by contacting the superintendent’s office at 408-558-2002. The following materials must be submitted via email (firstname.lastname@example.org
) or dropped off at the district office for consideration:
- Sample of flier or material intended for distribution
- Proof of 501c3 nonprofit status
According to BP 1325:
The Superintendent or designee may selectively approve or disapprove distribution of materials or publishing of copy based on the criteria listed below.
All materials to be distributed shall bear the name and contact information of the sponsoring entity, in addition to the following disclaimer in BOLD print: “Distribution of this material does not imply endorsement by the Campbell Union High School District, its schools, or staff.”
The use of promotional materials or advertisements does not imply district endorsement of any identified products or services. District and school-sponsored publications shall include a disclaimer stating that the district or school does not endorse any advertised products or services.
Criteria for Approval
The Superintendent or designee shall not accept and approve for distribution, or allow on school property, any materials or advertisements that:
- Are obscene, libelous or slanderous (Education Code 48907)
- Incite students to commit unlawful acts, violate school rules or disrupt the orderly operation of the schools (Education Code 48907)
- Promote any particular political interest, candidate, party or ballot measure, unless such materials are being distributed at a forum in which candidates or advocates from all sides are presenting their views to the students during school hours or during events scheduled pursuant to the Civic Center Act
- Contain prayer or proselytizing language
- Position the district on any side of a controversial issue
(cf. 6144 – Controversial Issues)
- Discriminate against, attack or denigrate any group on account of any unlawful consideration
(cf. 0410 - Nondiscrimination in District Programs and Activities)
- Promote the use or sale of materials or services that are illegal or inconsistent with school objectives, including but not limited to materials or advertisements for tobacco, intoxicants, and movies or products unsuitable for children
(cf. 5131.6 – Alcohol and Other Drugs) (cf. 5131.62 – Tobacco)
- Promote during the school day any food or beverage that does not comply with state nutritional standards pursuant to Education Code 49430-49434, including a corporate incentive program that offers free or discounted foods or beverages that do not meet nutritional standards as rewards for students who reach certain academic goals. This prohibition does not include advertising on clothing with brand images worn on school grounds, advertising contained on product packaging, or advertising of infrequent school fundraising events involving food or beverages that do not meet the nutrition standards. (Education Code 49431.9)
(cf. 3550 – Food Service/Child Nutrition Program (cf. 5030 – Student Wellness)
- Solicit funds or services for an organization, with the exception of solicitations authorized in Board policy
(cf. 1321 - Solicitation of Funds from and by Students)
- Distribute unsolicited merchandise for which an ensuing payment is requested
- Are produced by an organization or community enterprise that is found by any US court to have discriminated against any group (e.g., race, color, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, age, religion, marital/parental status, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity/expression, or genetic information, etc.) on account of any unlawful consideration and the distribution of the materials by the organization or community enterprise would reasonably lead school officials to forecast substantial disruption.
Approved fliers and/or materials will be distributed electronically unless copies are provided. For approval of textbook materials, please contact Educational Services