Forest Hill Elementary School

School News

Please use this link to access the Campbell Union School District Before and After School Child Care Programs. 

Welcome Back Envelopes: Families should receive an envelope by August 9th from Forest Hill School with information about the new school year.

Transitional Kindergarten & Kindergarten Round Up Appointments: Thursday, August 15th (appointment times will be sent in June)

Welcome Back Social Wednesday, August 21st 4:00pm: Come find out which teacher your child will have for the new school year and chat with the Forest Hill PTA!  Enjoy dessert from a local food truck!  Hope to see you there!

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Stay Informed

 

Please bookmark the Forest Hill webpage (https://foresthill.campbellusd.org) to your computer, phone and tablet. Our website is updated weekly. On this site you will find answers to many of the questions you may have.

  • Bell Schedule
  • Staff Directory
  • School Calendar
  • Contact Information
  • PTA Information

 Also, our Forest Hill newsletter will be sent electronically. Please subscribe using the following link. https://…

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Stop Summer Hunger

 

Local schools provide free lunch to community's hungry children through August 13th.

As a part of the U.S. Seamless Summer Feeding Program, Campbell Union School District is providing nutritious meals to all children from 2 to 18 years old at no charge. All children in the community are welcome, regardless of which school or preschool they attend.

Free lunch will be available now through August 13 at:

• Castlemont Elementary: 11:45am to 12:30pm

• Sherman Oaks Elementary: 11:00am to 11:45am

• Monroe Middle School: 11:15am to 12:00pm

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Starting July 1, 2019, Campbell Union School District is accepting Free/Reduced-Price Meal applications for the 2019-2020 school year.

Now Accepting Free/Reduced-Price Meal Applications

Applying early ensures that your student receives the Free/Reduced price meal benefit on the very first day of school.  

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Local Control & Accountability Plan (LCAP) sets 2019-20 focus for programs and funds to ensure students are college and future ready.

LCAPs describe the school district’s overall vision for students, annual goals, and specific actions the district will take to achieve the vision and goals. 

Click to read the LCAP for Campbell Union School District and those of our 12 schools.

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Preschool and infant programs in San Jose, Campbell, Los Gatos and Saratoga

They start out so small, yet they grow so quickly.

You want to give them the best from the very beginning. So when it comes time for daycare and preschool consider Campbell Union School District. We have 9 local and affordable preschools in San Jose, Campbell, Los Gatos, and Saratoga. 

Give them the best opportunity to succeed right from the start! 

Enroll today

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Numerous studies show that being able to read proficiently opens the door to a world of success.

“Our world economy demands a more educated workforce, and grade-level reading proficiency is the key.” 
Landmark Research by the Annie E. Casey Foundation

To help our families keep their children reading and learning while schools are closed for summer, we offer the following list of ideas.

Head to the Library: Thanks to a…

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San José Public Library

 

Summer Learning:  June 1 – July 31

Summertime is just around the corner and that means Summer Learning will be starting at San José Public Library locations! It’s time to grab a book (or several), read, share your story, and win prizes! Pre-readers (ages 0-5 y.o.) will receive a free book after reading four books and win a second free book upon completing the program by reading a total of eight books. All other age groups win a book after reading for four hours and win a second book by completing the program by reading a total of eight hours. In addition to reading during the…

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Individual reports of students' CAASPP results will be available electronically.

This spring, our students in grades three through eight participated in the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP). In our district, the test results are just one way that we determine how well our students are doing. We use the results to find areas where students are doing well and those in which they need added support.

Depending on grade level, a student would have taken the following test(s):

  • Smarter Balanced Summative Assessments for English language…
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