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Celebrating the Present

Join us on Saturday, April 30, 2022, for the Centennial Celebration, in downtown Campbell!

CENTENNIAL EXHIBIT OPENING 1-3:45 p.m., celebrate our students, teachers, staff and community partners at the Historical Museum's Ainsley House and Carriage House, 300 Grant St., Campbell. See our District's history on display with student-created museum exhibits, district artifacts, performances by students from Sherman Oaks, CSI, Capri, Marshall Lane, Forest Hill, Village. Games and activity booths too!

CENTENNIAL CONCERT 4-7 p.m., stroll over to the Campbell City Green, at the Campbell Civic Center, for a community concert with two high-energy bands. Gina & The Tonics is opening for headliner Clean Slate. Enjoy barbecue and refreshments too!

This community event is being made possible through contributions from the Campbell Historical Museum, Campbell Chamber Community Foundation, A Party Place, Mathnasium, Sutton Swim School, Campbell Press, City of Campbell, parent and employee volunteers from our schools, and other community partners.

Student's Accept the Challenge

Design challenge teams create exhibits that honor the past, celebrate the present, and imagine the future of education

Each year, Campbell Union School District students and community come together to design real-world solutions in our community.

In this centennial year, our District and the Campbell Historical Museum are partnering to have student design challenge teams create an exhibit that will celebrate the past, present, and future of students and schools.

Through the engineering and design thinking process, we will gather student input and ideas as we learn from and amplify the stories of our Campbell neighborhoods.

Innovation Grants Spur Teacher Innovators to Design the Future of Learning

New for the 2021–2022 school year: educator teams from Campbell Union School District schools will define a challenge at their school, pitch an innovative idea, iterate and test this idea, and share their learning. Teams (of at least three educators) can apply for up to $10,000 of project funding.

Projects will be considered on the following criteria:

  • Value - Project addresses a critical challenge aligned to school or district goals
  • Scalability - Project has the potential to have school-wide or district-wide impact and a clear way to measure success
  • Passion - The entire team is excited about embarking on this year-long design journey.

Wonder Wednesdays Spark Curiosity, Inspire Learning, and Build Partnerships

Campbell Union School District's Wonder Wednesday program offers a creative and collaborative learning space for students. It provides authentic online learning experiences that connect with our broader community and show our Profile of a Graduate competencies in a real-world context.

Purpose and Mission

  • Spark curiosity for students and families on a wide range of topics
  • Inspire students to continue learning about topics that interest them
  • Foster a culture of learning and innovation
  • Develop parent partnerships and family education opportunities
  • Build community partnerships

Visit the Wonder Wednesday Website