LeyVa Middle School features two instructional models on our campus.
Bulldog Tech is a one of the instructional choices for LeyVa Middle School students. This innovative program starts and ends the same time as the rest of the campus, but the class schedule is very different in order to put into practice the unique curriculum and school model. Learning at Bulldog Tech is project-based and features a co-taught, integrated block schedule with 1:1 technology use. Bulldog Tech classrooms are on the far east side of the campus.
Bulldog Pathways is our traditional comprehensive model. Bulldog Pathways is a six-period, core subject model where every student completes math, language arts, history, science, physical education, and an elective. For the electives, students choose pathways that take learning deeper in areas like fine arts, music, computer science, STEM, and more.
We hosted our 3rd Annual Stuff the Bus Event on Wednesday, November 15, thank you to our wonderful families that donated! We are currently still accepting toy donations. Drop-off location is at the district offices, located at 3188 Quimby Road, San Jose CA. Between the hours of 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Please note, items not accepted, no plush, used, non-packaged toys or clothing donations.
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The annual ESD Food Drive, in collaboration with Second Harvest Food Bank is right around the corner. Although the drive takes place from December 1- 22, we are thrilled to share that we've already kicked off our mission to make a positive impact. Donations are now being accepted, and you can get involved right away.
To contribute to this meaningful cause, donation links for your specific school can be found in this story. Let's come together and make a difference in our community by supporting those in need during this holiday season. Your early participation is greatly appreciated!
Evergreen School District is looking for outstanding candidates to provide support to our educational programs. Employment opportunities for both classified and certificated positions are available. Substitutes are also needed. Join our team today!
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