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  • SBPSD Welcomes our New Superintent, Mr. José Espinoza

  • Mr. Espinoza José Espinoza joined the District July 1, 2010 as the new Superintendent. He has been an educator for twenty-four years, most recently in the Mt. Diablo Unified School District, which serves 30,000 students. In that district he held positions of Assistant Superintendent, preceded by roles as Principal and Director of English Learner Services. His teaching experience spans elementary through high school.

    Mr. Espinoza holds degrees in political science and educational administration from UC Berkeley and California State University Fresno, respectively. Mr. Espinoza is on track this year to complete his Doctoral degree in Educational Leadership from UC Davis

    San Bruno Park serves a culturally, ethnically, and socioeconomically diverse student body; 40 percent of the students are English Language Learners. Mr. Espinoza, brings to the position of Superintendent a rare combination of educational leadership experience, passion for his profession and the difference teaching can/must make in the lives of all children, and a personal background growing up in poverty in an immigrant family. Further, Mr. Espinoza has experience implementing bond projects. 

    Important to San Bruno Park, Mr. Espinoza is a strong believer in the power of community and its necessary role in partnership with schools. This will be especially valuable in moving the District forward with the Portrait of the Graduate work, incorporated into strong strategic planning that is focused on the power of teamwork to move students forward in positive ways.

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  • Two New Principals

    San Bruno Park School District’s Board of Trustees took action on June 10th to appoint Maria Hartman-Hernandez to lead Parkside Intermediate School and Laura McNabb Whitman as the new principal of Allen Elementary School.

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  • Superintendent Letter on the tragic death of George Floyd

    At the San Bruno Park School District, we will not ignore the clarion call of the moment, and we ask you to stand with us as we stand with all members of our community. We feel compelled to address the gathering grief and emotional imbalance we feel as we again witness the impact systemic racism and suppression of peoples of color has on our country.

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  • Teacher Appreciation Message from Dr. Kamberg

    San Bruno Community Foundation (SBCF) agreed to support this request with a generous grant of $240,000 to the San Bruno Education Foundation (SBEF) for the purpose of funding new laptop computers for every TK-8th grade teacher in the District.

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