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Why check in?

ALWAYS CHECK IN AT THE OFFICE BEFORE GOING TO THE CLASSROOMS -  it is a matter of safety for our students. The teachers know the students in their classrooms, but they do not know all of the families and adults connected to the students.  It is very important for your child's safety that all staff members be able to recognize adults who have properly checked in, displaying an office-issued name tag.  All staff have been requested to redirect any non-staff adults who do not display a name tag to the office.  Let's all follow the 'School Rules' and the Newark Education Code and keep our campus safe.

Adult Tutoring

The Alameda County Library is offering FREE tutoring for adults in reading, writing and spelling through their Adult Literacy  Program.  Need to become a better reader or writer?  Check it out!  Call:  (510) 745-1480.

Involved Parents

Click on the Parent Involvement link in the 'Locker' above, and learn about the Schilling School Policy for Parental Involvement for the 2016/2017 school year (English and Spanish).

NUSD Community Engagement Survey Now Available
La Encuesta del NUSD Sobre el Compromiso de la
Comunidad Está Disponible

The Newark Unified School District (NUSD) is reaching out to its families for ...more

Registration for the 2017-2018 school year going on now

Stop by our office to pick up a registration packet for Transitional Kindergarten, Kindergarten and all other grades for the 2017-2018 school year. Follow the link for all required documents needed for registration. 

 guidelines.pdf

Traffic Safety - seguridad vial

As we begin the school year, Newark Police Department will begin citing drivers whenever necessary to encourage compliance of traffic laws and to reinforce that safety of our children is a priority.

There have been multiple incidents endangering children even a child being struck and several near misses.  Please remember that children’s cognitive abilities are still developing and they lack training and experience in traffic safety.  

Keys to avoid receiving a citation:

  • Drive Slow
  • Do not make illegal U-turns
  • Have car seats for children
  • Have seat belts on all passengers
  • Make a “full-stop” at stop signs

Putting our children at risk is not worth the few minutes you may save by rushing and breaking these suggestions.  Newark Unified School District and the Newark Police Department want to keep everyone safe.

Safety reminders for children walking to school:

  • Walk, don’t run across the street
  • Look left, look right and left again
  • Obey Walk/Wait signals
  • Do not cross at mid-block locations
  • Use crosswalks

Safety reminders for children biking to school:

  • Always wear a properly fastened and fitted helmet
  • Obey all traffic laws
  • Ride in the same direction as motor vehicles
  • Check traffic when changing lanes, crossing streets or turning
  • Use hand signals

Schilling welcomes Officer Phil Holland, Newark Police Department!

Schilling welcomes Officer Holland to our campus.  Officer Holland generously volunteers his time and energy to all of Newark Unified's elementary schools.  Welcome Officer Holland, we're glad you are here!

Officer Holland generously volunteers his time to all of Newark Unified's elementary schools.  Schilling students always look forward seeing Officer Holland on campus, visiting classrooms, working with students, and double checking our security.  Thank you Officer Holland!

School Accountability Report Card (SARC)

 Did you know you can find out more about Schilling by viewing our SARC on the Newark District Website?  Click the following link, and then go to Schilling Elementary School.  School Accountability Report Card

In addition, a paper copy is available in our school office for you to view.

Schilling School Rules

Be Safe

Be Respectful

Be Responsible

Birthday Treats

 

Please make prior arrangements with your child’s teacher before bringing in birthday treats for your child to share with his/her class. Also, we ask that balloons, flowers and other large displays be given to the child at home because they are very distracting in the classroom.

 

Bring the healthiest treats if possible. We know the tradition is sugary cupcakes and such, but we are trying to teach our children healthier ways of eating.