Bay Area After-School All-Stars 514 Valley Way, Milpitas, CA95035 Bay Area After-School All-Stars incorporates a variety of programs to help underserved school children with academics,…More fitness, and character skills. A key component of the program teaches values, for both the self and towards others, as well as provides a fun, safe after-school environment. Visit their website for more information on how to donate, volunteer and sponsor an event.
A non-profit organization that brings play and physical activity to low-income public schools across the country,…More Playworks partners with schools to establish whole-day programs for recess and in classrooms. Playworks' program coordinators ("coaches") provide safe, inclusive play during recess by stopping chaos and leading play activities. Options for afterschool programs and professional developments are available. For schools that don't meet the low-income criteria, there are training programs for school teachers, where various aspects of the program can be taught.</p>
<p>The Milpitas office is the region's main branch, while the Oakland location is the nation's headquarters.</p>
Tender Heart Childkare and Pre-School 195 King Ct, Milpitas, CA95035 Tender Heart Childkare and Pre-School is a full-service child care facility that offers a safe and nurturing environment…More where kids can develop and grow. Providing programs for students ages six weeks to five years old, the site offers full-time and part-time programs, and staff speaks numerous languages including English, Hindi, Gujarati, Konkani, Sindhi, Telugu and Marathi. The staff is experienced and trained in First Aid and CPR, and each child is provided breakfast, lunch and an afternoon snack each day. Check the main site for details on programs or for information on enrollment.
Located on Escuela Parkway in Milpitas, Thomas Russell Middle School is a public facility offering a safe, engaging…More and diverse educational environment for students in 7th and 8th grade. The school is dedicated to challenging students with a strong curriculum emphasizing academics, the arts, athletics and a variety of extracurricular programs. The principal is Mrs. Laura Foegal.</p>
<li>2009 Base API: 872</li>
<li>Number of faculty: 33 teachers, all fully credentialed</li>
<li>FY 2007-08 Total expenditures per pupil: $3,056</li>
<li>Percentage of parents who are college graduates: 32</li>
<li>Percentage of students who are English learners: 14</li>
<li>Percentage of students with disabilities: 10</li>
<li>Percentage of students who are: Asian, 44; Filipino, 18; Hispanic, 17; White, 7; African-American, 4</li>
<li>Percentage who students who receive free or reduced-priced lunches: 33</li>
<li>Number of expulsions/suspensions: expulsions, 0; suspensions, 176, of those 48 are violence or drug related.</li>