Empire Gardens Elementary
Empire Gardens Elementary

Empire Gardens Elementary

Welcome back to (virtual) school! |

Dear San José Unified families,

Welcome back! We know this year will be unique and challenging, but we also know we will get through it together. Our teachers and staff are excited to find creative virtual ways to build relationships with and prepare our students to be the thinkers, leaders, and creators of tomorrow.

We’re currently in the process of updating our school websites; as we work on the content, we wanted to make sure you could access some key information here. The link below will take you to a folder in which you can find your school’s schedule for the 2020-2021 school year.

2020-2021 Bell Schedules

Please also continue to check the San José Unified homepage. You can find our 2020-2021 COVID-19 Instructional Guide and Learning Agreement on the Academics page, information about devices and tech support on the Technology page, resources to help you successfully connect to your classes on the Training for Families page, and pick-up times for grab-and-go breakfasts and lunches on the Meals and Wellness page. To visit the San José Unified homepage, please click on the link below.

San José Unified Homepage

Thank you for your support and commitment to your students’ learning as we navigate this new learning environment together.

  • Welcome to Empire Gardens

    At Empire Gardens, we elevate opportunities for all by working as a professional learning community. Classroom instruction is differentiated, fluid, versatile, and guided by San José Unified’s strategic plan.

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