Four weeks ago we were plunged into a new way of learning, working, and communicating. To some degree we may be mourning life as we lived it before March 16, 2020. Life at times seems surreal. As learners we are defining new routines and systems which serve to bring a sense of normalcy. For our students they are figuring out distance learning with MUSD EducatEveryWhere. There are challenges for them, and for us.
Parents have shared gratitude for the time and effort our teachers, principals, and team members have invested in assuring every student has what they need to engage in distance learning. They have also expressed how difficult this transition is as they try to navigate the roles of parent and teacher. While it is often easier for youth to quickly adapt, that isn’t always the case for those of us with more years of life behind us.
Anxiety and worry are common feelings, and while the graphic What Can I Do if I’m Feeling Worried? is designed to help our students navigate these feelings, it is helpful for us to use ourselves. Naming emotions allows us to feel them and then move on. Getting outside provides us with time to notice the world beyond ourselves. Being present and consciously using our senses rejuvenates us. This 2-min. video offers insight on How to Clear Your Head. Our emotional well-being is essential to our physical and spiritual health, and our ability to think creatively.
Every advancement starts with the power of creativity. Creativity inspires joy and passion in what we do. Thriving in this new state of being is fueled by our sense of purpose. “What do you want to be when you grow up?” a question that can cause anxiety or spur imagination. It’s not really a question of what we want to be, it is a question of how we want to be, a question about purpose. Sheltering in place offers us opportunity to talk about purpose with our teens, and more so, it offers us a chance to think about our own purpose.
As I listened to a report about the Dear Stranger letter writing project in Oregon, I was inspired. What if WE exchanged letters or emails with one another to build our MUSD community? How much better could we come to know our neighbors? I invite you to join me in participating in the Dear Milpitas Parent & Community Letters Initiative.
The world has had historic eras where humanity has made great gains. The Fourth Industrial Revolution that was softly disrupting many aspects of work, has been accelerated in this time of sheltering in place. The sudden halt to the busyness of life allows us time to fully realize the importance of community.
I have been committed to Milpitas Unified since 1989, and in these 30 years I've had the honor of working with our team in creating, refining and building successful programs and practices. I take pride in knowing that I had a part in hiring a great number of our district’s current employees who have contributed to our academic and community success, and many of whom are our MUSD graduates. Forever learning is a way of life in MUSD, affording us the ability to be the first in many aspects of education.
MUSD is an exceptional district where innovation is nurtured by a community of learners willing to take risks that will propel us in our quest to be the best in the nation. Since becoming Superintendent in 2016, WE as a community have established five Strategic Goals that have resulted in more personalized pathways for learners such as dual enrollment, the Mattos Learning Community model, MHS 9th grade transition program, Bio-tech, Cal Hills PLTW engineering & robotics, and elementary school Project Based Learning teams. We have garnered over $20.6 million in federal, state, and local grants, and established partnerships to further students’ learning experiences such as: Manufacturing Day with the City of Milpitas and Chamber of Commerce; NextFlex and Evergreen Community College; KLA, GirlStart and Facing History; Silicon Valley Education Foundation; South Bay Consortium for Adult Education; and our Milpitas service groups – Lions, Rotary, and Kiwanis. Our students, clubs, team members, and schools have won awards such as the MHS Thespian Award in Edinburgh, Milpitas Science Olympiad, Speech & Debate, two CA State Football Championships, WBA Grand Champion Band Finalist, Rose and Curtner Elementary CA Distinguished Schools, Cal Hills CA Model Continuation School, Rancho Blue Ribbon and National Schools to Watch awards, and the CA School Boards Golden Bell Award for our Love 4 Literacy program.
I look forward to the fruition of the seeds of evolution that have begun, WE have so much more to accomplish in meeting our Strategic Goals. These are a few of our projects we are working on this year: a middle college high school; Stanford Model for Virtual Design Construction Engineering; implementation of the K12 Computer Science standards; a new ethnic studies pathway with Facing History and Ourselves; more internships through our bond work, the City, and business partners; and furthering our Love 4 Literacy work.
How we hold the cultures, histories, and experiences of our students and team members in our work enables us to make greater strides in achieving success. WE have made a commitment to deepening Cultural Sustainability in MUSD through accountability, professional learning, community discussions, restorative practices, inclusion, and ethnic celebrations. Establishing a community of learners is not easy, and through perseverance, trust, and our commitment to one another WE are building a Culture of WE.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr is recognized for his "I Have a Dream" speech, which has inspired people for decades; however, his impact is deeper than the singular message of a dream. Dr King's mission calls for people to right the inequities and injustices that he spoke about in the 1950s and 60s that persist today.
This weekend at the 91st Birthday Commemoration, “Reclaiming the Real Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.” held in the San Jose library named for Dr. King, people representing different races, ethnicities, religions, genders, and cultures gave voice to Dr King's vision. Through excerpts of his speeches such as “The Other America,” one recognizes the perils of ignorance, prejudice, and insensitivity that results in oppression. The suppression of one's identity depletes the capacity to realize what is possible. People are so much more than how they are defined by others.
The “SJ Womxn's March” held on the same day as the MLK community gathering is an example of Dr. King's mission in motion. 10,000 people marched through downtown SJ calling attention to the rights realize one’s potential. Female leaders spoke about the need for action, from solving the problems of climate change to elevating the history and cultures of students.
Many of our MUSD students, teachers, administrators, board and community members marched and were present to hear Karrington Kenney, one of our Milpitas High School student leaders, speak to the audience. Miss. Kenney called for an education that integrates the triumphs, contributions, and history of our students of African ancestry. When we know from where we come it empowers and liberates us.
History and cultural knowledge provides people with opportunities to seek understanding, to empathize with one another's struggles, and to value each individual. In MUSD on January 24th, every employee will gather together to learn about bias and to commit to ongoing learning that develops cultural sustainability in our instruction, interactions, and connections within our school community. We are embracing Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s vision so, as he says, we will not continue to “fail to hear that the promises of freedom and justice have not been met.” Within MUSD a Culture of We is one where every learner’s historical, cultural, and personal perspective is cultivated and celebrated.
Dear MUSD Community,
As we bring the first semester to a close, we have much to be proud of in MUSD!
Strategic Goal #1: Build a Culture of WE is strengthening as we work through the challenges we've experienced this fall. These have afforded us an opportunity to listen and empathize with those who may not have felt compelled to share their voices in the absence of difficulties. More parents and community members participate in our board meetings, community input opportunities, and advisory councils. Our students are leading in action and conversation with each other, staff, and school leaders. Together we are better understanding the different facets of what it takes to be culturally aware and collaborative in our WE.
As we further our partnerships with Milpitas businesses such as Flex, KLA, and XL Construction, and the City of Milpitas, our students will experience more opportunities to job shadow, intern and learn about pathways to career. Advanced manufacturing, virtual design construction engineering, and business development are examples of the careers our students will enjoy as we further our work in meeting Strategic Goal # 3: Develop Educational Pathways.
We are piloting online video archival of our Board meetings and boosting our presence on social media in order to meet Strategic Goal #2: Improve Communication Systems. These videos are available on the home page of our website, let us know what you think.
We received the California School Boards Association Golden Bell Award for our Love 4 Literacy program, the CA Model Schools Award for Cal Hills High School, and we were notified this week that Rose and Curtner Elementary Schools have received the CA Distinguished Schools Award. Rancho Milpitas Middle School is again a National Schools to Watch recipient, and we have applied for the Santa Clara County Hoffman Award. Our athletics scholars won; our 2nd State Football Championship in three years, our 1st Championship for our Robotics Club, division wins by our Speech and Debate team, and our Band students were Grand Champion Finalists for the first time in the 2019 Western Band Association competition. Our learners shine as we strive to meet Strategic Goal #4 Students are Engaged and Making Social, Emotional, and Academic Gains.
In just 90 school days, our students, staff, parents, and community have made incredible strides in deepening the tapestry that makes MUSD a vibrant village of learners. Take time to pause with your family, reflect, and relish the amazing ways in which our children have grown this year. May your holiday be warm and your New Year magnificent!
Our MUSD Community may feel disrupted by recent challenges that allow for disunity; however, through sincere engagement with one another, we will become more tightly woven in unity. Authors Margaret Wheatley and Peter Block speak about the power of dissent and the ability to disagree as a way of strengthening our commitment to one another. Having the space to speak about one’s experience and knowing that others are listening with the sole intent of understanding allows for respectful engagement. Engagement is about empowering through relationship in genuine and significant ways.
In the last few months I have heard from parents, staff, family/community members, and students about feelings of fear, anger, exclusion, and bullying. These experiences have been tied to instances such as a desire to have a voice in our governance, insensitive remarks between adults, lack of understanding about autism, or outrage resulting from the blackface incident. While it is painful to hear another’s hurt, I am thankful for the opportunity to listen. In listening inquisitively to one another, with a desire to seek action that ensures a better school community, our system grows healthier.
Community engagement and cultural sensitivity isn’t something we can teach our students without opening ourselves to an exchange about what matters, where we have been, and where we want to be with each other. In the coming days and months there will be many opportunities for us to share, listen, reflect, and learn about what matters in MUSD. Why? Because engagement is recognizing our basic need for belonging, and the value that each brings to our community. As we prepare for Thanksgiving this week, I am grateful for each of you, as I know that WE are becoming not only the best school district in the nation, but a model community in which cultural diversity is regarded as our greatest strength.
A 4th grade student new to the US recently shared what she was learning in science about habitat and adaptation with visiting professors from the Tsing-Hua University in Taiwan. The learner was tentative as she spoke because she is learning English, but when she heard Assistant Superintendent Wendy Zhang speak to our visitors in Mandarin, her eyes widened and a grand smile lit up her face. She spoke excitedly to Ms. Zhang about hearing someone else speaking her language. Connection through culture, language, interests, customs, heritage, ethnicity, and learning create a sense of belonging. It is this sense of belonging that allows learners to feel valued and capable of becoming their true selves.
October is the month of awareness initiatives in CA that promote inclusivity; for example, Hispanic Heritage, LGBTQ, Italian Heritage, Filipino Heritage, Red Ribbon Week, and Anti-bullying Month. Why? In recognizing these awareness campaigns, we demonstrate that the experiences, beliefs, and backgrounds of our learners are valued; who they are matters. Bullying and substance abuse prevention campaigns remind our youth that there are healthier ways to handle differences, stress, and burdens that may hinder their development. Social Emotional Learning empowers youth to see the strength and possibility in a climate that embraces diversity.
Our students are learning the power of listening to understand through mindfulness practices and strategies that build empathy. At our October Community Based Advisory Council meeting MUSD leaders shared social emotional learning strategies that can be used at home (click for SEL presentation). Social media, texting, and email as mechanisms for communicating do not afford our learners the opportunity to express oneself fully as body language, eye contact, and tone of voice are missing. This is why building inclusive spaces for learning about one another allows for understanding and greater opportunities to develop interpersonal skills that are essential for productive work and life relationships.
Every day is an opportunity to listen for understanding to another’s experience, to make connections, and to work towards a compassionate and inclusive culture, one that is WE together in community for our students.
How often do we say “hello” to those we encounter along our paths each day? On my walks, about half of the people I greet respond with a smile, nod, or “hello.” It could be that the other half don’t hear me because they are deep in thought, or perhaps I take them by surprise because it’s not expected that we connect in this way. Whatever the reason I am not deterred and will always make a point to say “hello” because every individual needs to be recognized; every one of us matters. In fact, our youth need to know they are treasured, and acknowledging them assures them that they are a part of our community.
Last spring a safety expert from IMReady assessed all of our campuses, and one of the primary recommendations is that we approach all visitors without a badge and invite them to come to the office to check-in. While the safety expert referred to this as “challenging unknown persons” in our Culture of We, it means inviting every person to be acknowledged on campus. Too often people pass by others as if they don’t exist; this detracts from our ability to build community. Regretfully, this strange phenomenon of self-enclosure that many of us experience can become a habitual way of life amongst our teens. Eliminating isolationism builds connection, which increases security and safety at school.
This week, at MHS, our students are taking charge of building a Culture of We, starting with “hello.” Our leadership students, along with MHS Activities Director Jerell Maneja and Principal Francis Rojas, have pledged to follow the Sandy Hook Promise. Each day they will practice new habits of connection that will instill the mindset that all students belong, and no one is alone. Practicing safety at school is more than drills and greater than fences; it’s about ensuring that every person on campus is valued. How do we do that? Start with “hello,” listen to one another, and walk together in community.
The beauty of being human is that we are constantly learning, which means every moment is a new opportunity to realize the joy within that makes us who we are. The launch of the 2019-20 school year ignites 180 days of learning, possibility, discovery, and self-actualization for our learners. We are constantly evolving in our work towards achieving our MUSD Strategic Goals, particularly in building a Culture of We, innovating for personalized learning pathways, and building creative learning environments.
Our Culture of We overlays everything we do in student, parent, and community engagement. This year we are building on new initiatives for deepening our understanding of how to use our diversity to uplift our students, families, and team members. We have formed the African Ancestry Success Committee, adopted social studies texts that are inclusive of our learners’ cultural experiences and ethnicities, launched the inclusion model for special education, and established a Diversity Discussions series for educators and community.
Innovation to establish personalized learning pathways is occurring in all of our schools. This year we begin our work in implementing the CA K-12 Computer Science Standards. Students at MHS now have computer science AP classes as an option for their high school curriculum. We will expand the number of elementary schools implementing the Girlstart program sponsored by KLA. Middle school students participated in a pilot computer science (CS) program developed by the Silicon Valley Education Foundation, and we will continue our work with them in this area. While classes in CS are readily focused on CS, the CS K-12 standards are more about integrating CS skills within the core subject areas, which is what our teachers will be exploring this year.
All of these learning experiences take place in environments that are being modernized and secured with funds from Measure AA, for which we are grateful to our community for its approval in November 2018. At half of our schools students were welcomed by newly painted buildings, updated HV/AC units, completely new piping, new roofing, and smoothly paved walkways and play areas. For our students interested in bio-technology, they will enjoy our new bioscience lab!
MUSD is a school community engaged in every moment, providing pathways for our learners to become their best selves in 2019-20!
Karisa Scott, Assistant Principal of Milpitas and Calaveras Hills high schools, shared this metaphor for parenting our teens through adolescence: teens need guidelines similar to the security bar on a roller coaster. In the same way that we push and pull on the bar to ensure it is locked, teens test our commitment to the boundaries we set for them. I’ve carried that image with me these last weeks of school as I listened to our graduates and rising middle and high school students.
Our promotion and graduation ceremonies provided a point of reflection for our student leaders. All remarked in some way the realization that as a collective their class has grown through the support of their peers, school teams, and families. They spoke of their challenges that forged new definitions in their character. They expressed their gratitude for the people in their lives who love and counsel them. Our students demonstrated the self-realization that they are remarkably powerful when they share their enthusiasm for their pathways with each other and our community.
The weeks ahead are an opportunity for us to encourage our youth to experience something different or more deeply that will further shape their learning and development. The crest of summer bares transition time for us as their parents, guardians and educators as well. It is a time to pause so we can reconnect and listen to their wonderings, concerns, and aspirations about who they are becoming. They need the assurance of our support and guidance as they make the ascent to this next phase of their learning journey.
Together WE are there for our children, pushing them towards their goals, celebrating the thrill of their triumphs, and delighting in their realization that they are capable of becoming what they dream to be.
“Change, alteration, novelty, a break with tradition, a shift in emphasis, transformation.” These are descriptors in the Google definition of “innovation.” When we pause to think about how innovation has impacted our lives, we realize it allows for more options in how we spend our time. For example, youth tend to favor Venmo over regular banking, a service where funds can be transferred with a click on the phone from one person to another in a Venmo account. Instead of three bank tellers, there is only one on the rare occasion that a person does her banking in person instead of via ATM or online. Checking in at the airport can be done on a mobile device, and checking bags can be a simple tag and drop, with a quick flash of an ID for the ticketing agent. These changes have altered how we live life. They make more time for learning from one another, which allows us to build deeper connections.
The seeds of transformation in MUSD are in various developmental stages. Our learning communities model is established at Mabel Mattos Elementary School, and was the focus of a visit by Innovate education leaders last month. We have piloted our personalized learning platform in ninth grade at Milpitas High School and fourth grade at Pomeroy Elementary School. Since the Milpitas Extension doors opened in the spring of 2017, MUSD students have participated 1,967 times in dual enrollment and concurrent enrollment SJCC courses, adult education opportunities, and/or extracurricular events-many of them multiple times! Our ninth grade transition pilot, “Operation Freshman,” will foster a culture of inclusion, as well as skills in mindfulness, stress management, and career success as our students progress through MHS this year. Calaveras Hills High School students have stretched themselves through engineering and robotics as well as leadership pathways. We are the first district in Santa Clara County to have a partnership with NAF Future Ready, providing our MHS academy students with internships and exposure to engineering and business careers. We have the framework for our Middle College High School educator pathway ready for cultivation over the next school year.
Transformation happens through community and opportunities to create together. Our MUSD team members are striving for excellence in learning, and that includes themselves. On May 1 we launched our first Colleague 2 Colleague for MUSD event where teachers, principals, and support team members become leaders of learning together. Our arts are thriving as associates of the Arts Commission and Rotary come to know our students and teachers through their photography, ceramics, music, and performances. On May 18 at MHS, our second annual Milpitas Elementary Olympics will showcase authentic family, staff, and community engagement with students in the spotlight. Innovation is transformative work that happens through relationship, which is the essence of human learning and growth. Thank you for being an essential member of our MUSD Community; together WE provide pathways for every one of our students to realize his/her learning passion.
La innovación es transformadora
“Cambio, alteración, novedad, una ruptura con la tradición, un cambio en el énfasis, la transformación”. Estos son descriptores en la definición que da Google de “innovación”. Cuando hacemos una pausa para pensar en cómo la innovación ha impactado nuestras vidas, nos damos cuenta de que permite más opciones en cómo utilizamos nuestro tiempo. Por ejemplo, los jóvenes tienden a favorecer a Venmo sobre el banco regular, un servicio donde los fondos se pueden transferir con un clic en el teléfono de una persona a otra en una cuenta de Venmo. En lugar de tres cajeros bancarios, solo hay uno en la rara ocasión en que una persona realiza sus operaciones bancarias en persona en lugar de hacerlo a través de cajeros automáticos o en línea. La facturación en el aeropuerto se puede realizar en un dispositivo móvil, la facturación de maletas puede ser con una simple etiqueta y las dejas, en un flashazo rápido muestras identificación al agente de boletos. Estos cambios han alterado la forma en que vivimos. Permitiendo dar más tiempo para aprender unos de otros, lo que nos permite construir conexiones más profundas.
Las semillas de transformación en MUSD están en varias etapas de desarrollo. El modelo de aprendizaje de nuestras se estableció en la Escuela Primaria Mabel Mattos y fue el enfoque de una visita de los líderes educativos de Innovate el mes pasado. Hemos puesto a prueba nuestra plataforma de aprendizaje personalizada en el noveno grado en la Escuela Secundaria Milpitas y en el cuarto grado en la Escuela Primaria Pomeroy. Desde que se abrieron las puertas de la Extensión de Milpitas en la primavera de 2017, los estudiantes de MUSD han participado 1,967 veces en inscripción doble y en inscripción simultánea en los cursos SJCC, oportunidades de educación para adultos y / o eventos extracurriculares, ¡muchos de ellos varias veces! Nuestro programa piloto de transición de noveno grado, "Operación Freshman", fomentará una cultura de inclusión, así como habilidades en mindfulness, el control del estrés y el éxito profesional a medida que nuestros estudiantes progresen a través de MHS este año. Los estudiantes de Calaveras Hills High School se han estrechado a través de la ingeniería y la robótica, así como a través de caminos de liderazgo. Somos el primer distrito en el Condado de Santa Clara en asociarnos con NAF Future Ready, brindando a nuestros estudiantes de la academia MHS con internships y exponerlos a carreras de ingeniería y negocios. Tenemos construido las bases de Middle College High School para proveer un camino para estudiantes para ser educadores listo para el cultivo durante el próximo año escolar.
La transformación ocurre a través de la comunidad y las oportunidades que creamos unidos. Los miembros de nuestro equipo de MUSD se esfuerzan por la excelencia en el aprendizaje, y eso incluye a ellos mismos. El 1 de mayo, lanzamos nuestro primer evento de Colega 2 Colega para MUSD, donde maestros, directores y miembros del equipo de apoyo se convierten en líderes de aprendizaje juntos. Nuestras artes están prosperando a medida que los asociados de la Comisión de Artes y Rotary llegan a conocer a nuestros alumnos y maestros a través de sus fotografías, cerámicas, música y presentaciones. El 18 de mayo en MHS, nuestra segunda Olimpiada de Primarias de Miplitas anual mostrarán la participación auténtica de la familia, el personal y la comunidad con los estudiantes en el centro de atención. La innovación es un trabajo transformador que ocurre a través de la relación, que es la esencia del aprendizaje y crecimiento humano. Gracias por ser un miembro esencial de nuestra comunidad MUSD; juntos, proporcionamos caminos para que cada uno de nuestros estudiantes se dé cuenta de su pasión por el aprendizaje.
Sáng Tạo là Thay Đổi
Thay đổi, sửa đổi, tính mới lạ, phá vỡ truyền thống, biến đổi, chuyển đổi. Đây là những mô tả trong định nghĩa của Google về “sáng tạo”. Khi chúng ta ngẫm nghĩ về những sáng tạo đã ảnh hưởng như thế nào trong đời sống của chúng ta, chúng ta nhận ra rằng điều đó cho chúng ta nhiều lựa chọn hơn trong cách chúng ta tiêu thời gian của chúng tôi. Ví dụ, giới trẻ có xu hướng thích Venmo hơn ngân hàng thông thường, một dịch vụ có thể chuyển tiền bằng một cú nhấn trên điện thoại từ người này sang người khác trong tài khoản Venmo. Thay vì ba nhân viên ngân hàng, đây là một cơ hội duy nhất mà một người thực hiện giao dịch ngân hàng của mình trực diện thay vì qua ATM hoặc trên mạng. Đăng ký tại sân bay có thể được thực hiện trên thiết bị di động và kiểm tra hành lý có thể là đơn giản với một thẻ hành lý và gởi đi, nhân viên kiểm tra vé nhanh như chớp. Những thay đổi này đã biến đổi cách chúng ta sống như thế nào. Chúng ta dành nhiều thời gian hơn cho việc học hỏi lẫn nhau, điều này cho phép chúng ta xây dựng các mối quan hệ sâu sắc hơn.
Mầm mống của sự biến đổi trong MUSD đang trong các giai đoạn phát triển khác nhau. Mô hình cộng đồng học tập của chúng tôi được thành lập tại trường tiểu học Mabel Mattos và là trọng tâm của chuyến thăm của các nhà lãnh đạo về đổi mới giáo dục vào tháng trước. Chúng tôi đã thí điểm nền tảng học tập cá nhân hóa của chúng tôi trong lớp chín tại trường trung học Milpitas và lớp bốn tại trường tiểu học Pomeroy. Kể từ khi các lớp mở rộng ở Milpitas mở cửa vào mùa xuân năm 2017, học sinh MUSD đã tham gia 1.967 lần trong các khóa học song phương và tương đương với SJCC, cơ hội giáo dục dành cho người lớn và / hoặc các sự kiện ngoại khóa - nhiều người trong số đó đã tham gia nhiều lần! Thí điểm chuyển tiếp lớp chín của chúng tôi, “Operation Freshman”, học sinh sẽ được bồi dưỡng một nền văn hóa hòa nhập, cũng như các kỹ năng về sự quan tâm, chế ngự sự căng thẳng và thành công trong sự nghiệp khi học sinh của chúng tôi chuyển qua MHS năm nay. Học sinh trường trung học Calaveras Hills đã trải nghiệm bản thân thông qua kỹ thuật và robot cũng như đường hướng lãnh đạo. Chúng tôi là học khu đầu tiên ở Hạt Santa Clara hợp tác với NAF Future Ready, cung cấp cho học sinh MHS của chúng tôi thực tập và tiếp xúc với các ngành nghề kỹ thuật và kinh doanh. Chúng tôi có hướng dẫn cho các giáo viên trung học cơ sở, trung học phổ thông và cao đẳng để sẵn sàng cho việc dạy dỗ trong năm học tới.
Thay đổi xảy ra qua cộng đồng và là cơ hội để cùng nhau sáng tạo. Các thành viên nhóm MUSD của chúng tôi đang phấn đấu để đạt được sự xuất sắc trong học tập và điều đó bao gồm chính họ. Vào ngày 1 tháng 5, chúng tôi đã lần đầu tiên ra mắt Colleague 2 Colleague cho MUSD nơi giáo viên, hiệu trưởng và các thành viên nhóm hỗ trợ trở thành những người lãnh đạo học tập cùng nhau. Mỹ thuật của chúng tôi đang phát triển mạnh khi các cộng sự của Art Commission and Rotary biết các học sinh và giáo viên của chúng tôi thông qua nhiếp ảnh, gốm sứ, âm nhạc và biểu diễn của họ. Vào ngày 18 tháng 5 tại MHS, thế vận hội của các trường tiểu học Milpitas hàng năm lần thứ hai của chúng tôi sẽ giới thiệu gia đình, nhân viên và sự tham gia của cộng đồng với học sinh. Đổi mới là công việc thay đổi xảy ra thông qua mối quan hệ, đó là bản chất của sự học hỏi và phát triển của con người. Cảm ơn quý vị đã là một thành viên thiết yếu của cộng đồng MUSD của chúng tôi; cùng nhau, chúng ta cung cấp đường hướng cho mỗi học sinh của chúng tôi thực hiện niềm đam mê học tập của mình.