As we end our first week of distance learning, I first want to
thank our teachers for their tireless and incredible efforts this
week; to our parents and guardians for holding down the fort at
home while juggling work, school, parenting and life; and to our
awesome students for showing up, smiling, being open-minded
and collaborative as we embarked on this very unusual school
If your child has forgotten their password, you can reset it.
After resetting it, you will receive an email with a temporary
password. Once you receive this temporary password, you may
change it to something your child will remember. Please click on
the links provided to reset and change your child’s
Class lists are available here in the attachments. They are
organized by grade level and last name, first initial.
As a reminder, no changes will be made to class assignments at
You may also log into your CLEVER portal to determine your
classroom teacher. CLEVER log in and passwords for each student
are the same as last school year.
Wednesday, August 26th. Items distributed based on the first
letter of your last name. Please see the attached information for
more important details. Be sure to have your ID ready and to come
during your designated time slot. Chromebooks will be provided to
all Kindergarten students, students new to SCUSD, and students
who did not receive a Chromebook last spring from Camellia. Place
a large piece of paper on the dash of your car with your
student’s name and your child’s teacher’s name Wear a mask at all
Distance Learning for all SCUSD students will begin Thursday,
September 3. Please visit the district’s website if you are not
able to login to Clever to reset login information, to reset
student passwords, and if you have difficulty with distance
learning formats. New students will receive their unique
passwords from their teacher or school before September
Mr. Lundstrom was been named a 2015-16 Javits-Frasier
scholar by the National Association for Gifted Children.
Only 12 teachers nationally were recognized and Lundstrom
was the only California educator to be named a Javits-Frasier
The Javits-Frasier Teacher Scholarship Fund for Diverse Talent
Development recognizes passionate, innovative educators who work
in districts that serve students from low-income and minority
populations that are historically underrepresented in gifted
Welcome Back! I hope all of you had a great summer filled with
great memories and needed rest. We are incredibly excited to
begin the 2020-21 school year at Camellia Basic!
We look forward to making this a great school year where the
educational experiences address the whole child needs of students
as evidenced by classroom engagement with rigorous and relevant
material combined with special events and activities.
Again, we welcome you to Camellia and to our wonderful learning
community, a place that is full of unlimited possibilities.
Here’s to a wonderful school year as we work together to make our
school an amazing place to work and learn each day!