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7800 Carmel Street Gilroy, CA 95020

Phone: (408) 847-3377   Fax: (408) 846-7525

Principal: David Laboranti     *    Assistant Principal: Rebecca Mullen

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Today: 12/13/17
2:40 PM Poinsettia Fundraiser Pick-up Date 12/13/17

Register for the New Online Meal Payment System

Asegúrese de registrarse en el nuevo sistema de pago en línea para el almuerzo

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Register for the New Aeries Parent Portal

Regístrese para el Portal de Padres en el nuevo programa Aeries

Parents/Guardians, please be sure to register your student(s). 

Please click here for information and directions.

Padres/Tutores, por favor registre a su estudiante. 

Por favor haga clic aquí para información y direcciones.

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One Warm Coat - CJSF Holiday Project

Time to clean out your closets of unused coats and cold weather wear.

Our Bruin CJSF is accepting donations of clean, gently used coats or jackets for the One Warm Coat Project.

Donations now being accepted until December 20, 2017

If you have any questions, please contact: Mrs. Smallen via schoolloop.     



Wednesday, December 20th

Thank you!

Brownell Annual Holiday Food Donation Drive




 It’s time for a Food Drive!

Brownell ASB will be holding a food drive from November 28th through Dec. 19th to help St. Joseph Food Program. This is a great chance to make a difference in our community. St. Joseph Food Program provides food at no cost for low-income families, senior citizens and individuals in need, especially this holiday season.

We encourage you to join us in our efforts to help our less-fortunate neighbors. You may drop off your donation at the front office, your child’s classroom, and/or room 18 during 1st period. ASB members will go room to room to collect donations at the end of the week. 

The class from each grade level with the most participation will win a class party when we return in January 2017!!!

Thank you for your support!!!

Non-Perishables and can food suggestions:


v Pasta                                          v  Crackers

v Rice                                            v  Instant Coffee

v Noodles                                      v  Instant Hot Chocolate

v Sugar                                          v  Gift cards from Safeway , Nob Hill or Walmart

v Flour                                           v  Canned Meat                                         

v Cooking Oil                                 v  Canned Vegetables

v Canned Soups                            v  Dried Fruits

v Pasta Sauce                               v  Beans (dry or canned), etc.

GUSD Challenges Families to Strive for 5 or Less

     “The issue of chronic absenteeism can start early, long before students reach middle and high school. The negative academic consequences of missing school are significant. It is imperative that parents, families and the entire community understand how essential regular school attendance is for student success and that we work together to get all students to school. What we would like to see is families striving for five or less absences during the school year.”

                       -- Superintendent Dr. Deborah Flores.

For details visit the Attendance/Challenge 5 page. 

2017-18 LCAP and Budget Priorities Survey

Parents and Community Members:

Your input is requested for the 2017-18 LCAP and Budget Priorities survey. The goal of the survey is to gather feedback from key stakeholders on the implementation of the district's goals and receive input on budget priorities for the development of the 2018-19 Budget and Local Control Accountability Plan. Your participation is vital; thank you for taking the time to complete this brief survey

To find out more information about the GUSD Local Control Accountability Plan, please visit  www.GilroyUnified.org/lcap

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To allow middle school teachers time to collaborate and plan lessons,

students will be released at 12:00 pm on the following days:

 January 22nd                       March 12th       


 STAFF DEVELOPMENT DATES  (No School for Students) 

              January 26th  

Brownell Food Pantry Dates

Location: North Side of Cafeteria

Time: 2:45pm - 3:45pm

January 9, 2018

February 6, 2018

March 6, 2018

April 10, 2018

May 1, 2018