San Jose Schools Win Awards and Honors This Summer

This mid year a few San Jose Schools won an honor or respect for their proceeded with accomplishments in instruction. Three schools in the San Jose Schools framework have won honors for effectively contending in the California Student Media and Multimedia Festival. Waterway Glenn Middle School and Almaden Elementary entered a sight and sound innovation and science venture into the opposition. This venture entitled “Ecological Concerns in the Community” won the Multi-Grades and Schools Collaboration for Grades 4-8 classification. In this task three San Jose Schools communicated with one another electronically to team up on a logical examination of the effect of careful steps intended to secure region wetlands. The understudies taking part in the task originated from a fourth grade class at Almaden Elementary, a fifth grade class at Zanker Elementary and a class from River Glenn. The two principle organizing educators Mary Howland, Special Education Teacher of River Glen Middle School, and Beth Fensterwald, TSG of Almaden Elementary were additionally respected.

Two San Jose Elementary Schools got 2006 California Distinguished Schools respects this year. Willow Glen Elementary and Terrell Elementary were called by State Superintendent of Public Instruction Jack O’Connell to declare their determination as 2006 California Distinguished Schools. This respect is given to schools that have demonstrated themselves to improve over the school year. The California School Recognition Program is intended to help and publize the achievement of the California Board of Education and the school area , like San Jose Schools.