It is school policy that all students line up on the playground in the morning. Parents are welcome to line up with their children in the assigned areas. This is school policy, because we care about the safety of our staff and students. Thank you for complying with this simple, but important policy.

New Haven Unified School District

34200 ALVARADO-NILES ROAD  l  UNION CITY  l  CA   94587
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BOARD OF EDUCATION    Jonas Dino, Member
Gwen Estes, President        Kevin Harper, Member        SUPERINTENDENT
Gertrude Gregorio, Clerk    Michelle Matthews, Member    Kari McVeigh

September 2010 Read More… »»

The Kitayama Calendar for 2010-2011 has been updated and posted. Please note that September 21st is a Modified Day, and school will end at 12:05 for all grades.

Tom Kitayama Elementary School Supply List 2010-11

The following are suggested items that you may purchase to help support the classroom curriculum.  Read More… »»

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Kitayama Elementary School
2010 Distinguished School Ceremony

BLACKTOP
June 10, 2010

Distinguished guests                        
Kari McVeigh, Superintendent
Wendy Gudalewicz, Chief Academic Officer
Rick LaPlante, Public Information Officer Read More… »»

Kitayama PTA is sponsoring...

Summer Physical Education Camp

with Coach Chong!

Who: Kitayama 1st-5th Graders

When: June 22nd - July 15th (Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays)

1st grade 8:30-9:30

2nd/3rd grade 9:30-10:30

4/th/5th grade 10:30-11:30

Parents will need to provide transportation to and from the camp. Please make sure to pick up your child on time. Read More… »»

ELAC will meet on May 28 at 8:15 in Room 30

This is the last week to take part in the online family survey being conducted by the District. The survey, which can be accessed at www.districtsurvey.com, includes questions about students’ academic and social experiences, parent and student interaction with teachers and other staff members, school safety and District and school site communications. More than 1,000 responses have been received. Read More… »»

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