Forest Hill Elementary School

School News

Updated Fri, Sep 13th

Direct Donation needs your help!

PTA is fully funding the Art Program for all Forest Hill students.  PTA also fully funds several enriching and educational Field Trips, including transportation, for our students.  These programs are possible because of your support.  Please turn in your blue Direct Donation envelope to the office our your child’s teacher today.  Any donation amount is appreciated and counts towards the 100% participation goal! 

PTA Website

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Updated 8 min 57 sec ago

Updated Fri, Sep 13th

The Importance of Parent Involvement in Schooling Research shows that youth whose parents are actively involved in their schooling are more engaged in school. Students are less likely to be delinquent or drop out, and more likely to achieve higher grades and standardized test scores. Joyce Epstein of the National Network of Partnership Schools developed a framework for understanding six different kinds of parent involvement: 

1. Parenting: families establish home environments that support children’s learning

2. Communicating: families and schools engage in effective two-way communications about student expectations and progress

3. Volunteering: parents directly support the classroom or school

4. Learning at home: families help students with homework and school-related decisionmaking and planning

5. Decision making: parents are involved in school decisions

6. Community collaboration: community services are resources integrated to strengthen schools and families

Home Activities Attached Document

Updated Wed, Sep 11th

It is essential for your healthy student(s) to be at school on time every day ready to learn. Please plan vacations around the school schedule.  Our job is to teach your child, and we are unable to do so if they are not present every day. We appreciate you partnering with us to provide the best possible education for your children. If you need to call your child in sick, please contact our Health Clerk Mrs. Denise Figueria. 

The school office is open from 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on school days.  Our office telephone number is (408) 364-4279.  If you are reporting your child absent, you may call our 24-hour absence recorder at (408) 341-7132.

Updated Fri, Sep 13th

From the start of the day to the end, we want your child to have a safe, happy and healthy school day. Please review our handbook for helpful information and expectations.

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Updated Wed, Sep 11th

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://foresthill.campbellusd.org/newsletter/signup

Updated Wed, Sep 4th

Forest Hill Spirit Shop: If you would like to buy your child a Forest Hill shirt or sweatshirt, please use the following link.  https://shop.spreadshirt.com/forest-hill-spirit 

Updated 8 min 28 sec ago

Back to School Night: Wednesday, September 11th 

6:00-6:45 TK, K, 1st and 2nd grades

6:45-7:30 3rd, 4th, and 5th grades

Welcome Back BBQ Day @ Lunch Time: Friday, September 20th  

TK, K, 1st: 11:45 Lunch Start Time

2nd & 3rd: 12:00 Lunch Start Time

4th & 5th: 12:15 Lunch Start Time

Coffee with Mrs. Khalid (Principal): Wednesday, September 18th 8:15am

PTA Events

Updated Wed, Sep 11th

Students in Mrs. Ferrari's third grade class were given 2 pieces of construction paper, 12 inches of tape, a ruler and scissors. They had 30 minutes to construct the longest paper chain their team could make. In this one math lesson, students demonstrated all five Profile of a Graduate competencies. They communicated about how they were going to use the materials. They collaborated to make the chains and use the tape accordingly. They were self directed in the design process. They used their critical thinking skills to ensure they didn't run out of tape while trying to make the longest chain. They were empathic with each other when the chain would break and they had to start again. Our students are learning key competencies to ensure they graduate from the Campbell Union School District with the necessary skills for their future.

Updated Tue, Aug 27th

Please walk our campus with your child to review the PBIS behavior signs posted around our school. Also, please review the attachment with your child about the expected behavior for our campus. Students need to be able to explain the expected behavior for all locations on our campus. We need all families to support our after school behavior expectations. Students who are waiting for their older sibling to be dismissed need to wait quietly at the picnic tables. Students are not to be playing on the field or blacktop from 2:20-2:47. School is in session for grades 4th and 5th. Please wait by the tables near the cafeteria. Thank you for supporting our teachers and students. Also, if adults need to use the restroom, please come to main office. Student bathrooms are for children only.