Focusing on after-school care, Moreland implemented Engagement for All. The vision addressed various developmental and social needs of students focusing on homework assistance, a balance between structured activities and play, increased enrichment, and positive discipline through targeted professional development. The results transformed after-school care into an exemplary, enriching program.Uploaded Jan 25, 2017 to News & Events
Join us in congratulating our staff members who retired at the end of the 2020/2021 school year. This video was shared at the June 8, 2021 Board of Trustees Meeting in lieu of an in-person Retirement Celebration due to social distancing guidelines.
Mary Kay Going, Ed.D.
Made possible through a state grant, 53 Moreland Staff Members & a Board Member attended the Museum of Tolerance, the educational arm of the Simon Weisenthal Center, an internationally renowned Jewish Human Rights organization. The only museum of its kind in the world, The Museum of Tolerance is dedicated to challenging visitors to understand the Holocaust in both historic and contemporary contexts. The focus is to confront all forms of prejudice and discrimination in our world today.Uploaded Mar 30, 2017
Melissa Rhyne, a Payne Elementary School parent, has been selected as the Junior League of San Jose’s Crystal Bowl Award Winner, in the category of Leadership. Melissa was nominated by the Moreland School District for her work as the President of the Moreland Education Foundation (MEF). Learn more about this award and Melissa's work with MEF here: https://www.moreland.org/apps/news/article/1017934Uploaded Apr 25, 2019
Of the many amazing student programs at Baker, the nomination highlighted that their school community practices and models PBIS (Positive Behavior Incentive System) by focusing on a positive school culture rather than a punitive structure, Principal Chris Barbara writes a weekly “Just Be Nice” message to help strengthen UPstander skills in
students, and students participate in leadership opportunities from a young age that include second grade “Big
Buddies” to kindergarten students, Special Day Class (SDC) “Big Buddies” to younger SDC students and junior yard
duties who learn peaceful conflict resolution skills. In addition, Baker’s ABC (Asset Building Champion) Reading
program includes 28 adult volunteers reading to 94% of the students annually for almost 12 years. ABC Reading is
Project Cornerstone’s parent engagement program that trains adult volunteers to read a specially selected book and lead related activities in the classroom to help students and school communities build a common language about
student respect and behavior expectations.
Meet Greg, Sonya & Jessica ~ Activity Leaders in our after-school Extended Day program who love their job and want you to join them this year! We have openings that are perfect for college students or people looking for part-time work!Uploaded Jul 25, 2018
The Moreland School District is proud to announce that eighth grade student, Shreyass Prem Sankar, will represent Moreland Middle School and the Moreland School District in the Scripps Spelling Bee Finals this Saturday, March 18, 2017. Channel 5 KPIX came out to record students and staff wishing him well!Uploaded Mar 14, 2017
Latimer School educators, students and volunteers were featured in KTVU’s Cool School segment on Monday, October 9, 2023. Reporter Frank Mallicoat visited Latimer and interviewed several students, Principal Hilary Gill, 4th grade teacher Helma Lee, along with volunteers Amy Cody and Boris Wolf, about the Latimer School Garden and Outside Classroom.Uploaded Oct 10, 2023
Staff members at Moreland Middle School write Yee Haws for students who are making a positive impact in class or around campus. Office Administrators then call home to surprise students' parents/guardians with the great news!Uploaded Jun 21, 2018
The Moreland School District partnered with Stanford Children’s Health to answer questions about the status of COVID-19. This webinar was presented by Dr. Lee Sanders, Division Chief for General Pediatrics at Stanford Children’s Health and Co-Director for the Center for Policy, Outcomes and Prevention at the Stanford University School of Medicine, Sherri Sager, Senior Vice President and Chief Government Relations Officer at Stanford Children’s Health, and Dr. Clover Codd, Superintendent.
We are so grateful to have this partnership with these incredible healthcare professionals and community partners. Over the past two years, they have been with us, educating our community through webinars, providing free Covid-19 testing to our families and students through their Teen Van, as well as access to free vaccination clinics for our students and community multiple times since the pandemic began.