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Superintendent Manzo's Welcome Back to the 2021-22 School Year Message

Read our superintendent's official welcome back message for the new school year that includes valuable information regarding what to expect as we open our schools for instruction on August 11th.

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Mixing Compounds

Mixing Compounds

Harvest Festival

Harvest Festival

Student Awards

Student Awards

SEAL Gallery Walk

SEAL Gallery Walk

Las Posadas

Las Posadas

Guided Inquiry Lesson

Guided Inquiry Lesson

Project Based Learning

Project Based Learning

Halloween Parade

Halloween Parade

Board Meeting

Time: 6 PM – 8 PM
Location: District Office - 6578 Santa Teresa Blvd., San Jose
Aug 12

Board Meeting

Time: 6 PM – 8 PM
Location: District Office - 6578 Santa Teresa Blvd., San Jose
Sep 9

Board Meeting

Time: 6 PM – 8 PM
Location: District Office - 6578 Santa Teresa Blvd., San Jose
Oct 14

Our Mission...

Stipe Elementary School is a diverse community of students, parents and staff with rigorous expectations for all. We provide a solid academic foundation within a safe environment that fosters positive, inquisitive, resourceful, and independent minds. We are dedicated to empowering students by developing the 21st Century skills of communication, collaboration, critical thinking and creative thinking.
 
Core Values: 
Be Respectful, Be Community Minded, Be Kind, Be Responsible, Be College Bound

News & Announcements

A Resolution Denouncing Hate Crimes and Bigotry Targeting Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders

On March 11, 2021, our District Board of Education unanimously adopted “A Resolution Denouncing Hate Crimes and Bigotry Targeting Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders'' thanks to the collaborative work of Trustee Beija Gonzalez, OGEA President Maripaz Berlin, teachers Kellee Humphrey, Kirat Sachdev, Board President Jorge Pacheco Jr., and Franklin-McKinley School District Board President Maimona Afzal Berta. We are horrified that less than a week since our Resolution passed, the mass killings in Atlanta, Georgia that took the lives of eight people, six of whom were Asian women, terrorized the nation. We stand in solidarity with the Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) community and condemn the attacks that occurred in Atlanta, Georgia on March 16, 2021. Our hearts are heavy alongside our AANHPI communities that are experiencing traumatic and racist attacks in the Bay Area, across our state and around the world. For so many in the AANHPI community, worrying for the safety of yourselves and your loved ones on a daily basis is a very real experience. No one should be worried for their own safety or fear for their life ever, especially for being a member of the AANHPI community.