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Upcoming Events

Afterschool Enrichment Registration OPEN

Registration deadline is January 14, 2022.

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Would you like your student to engage in a collaborative afterschool enrichment class?

The Expanded Learning Department would like to invite all CUSD families to register for the upcoming session. Enjoy the convenience and safety of classes held on your student’s school campus!

Visit the Expanded Learning website to see what classes are offered at your school! Classes begin the week of January 31st and end the week of March 25th

Register online*: cusdexpandedelearning.asapconnected.com 

* NOTE: Registration closes on January 14th. Classes must meet minimum enrollment to operate. Class offerings vary per site and are subject to staff availability.

Thank You!

During this time of Thanksgiving, we want to share our gratitude and say thank you for being such an important part of Forest Hill.

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We are so grateful for all our students, who are the reason for everything we do. The diversity of our community allows for them to have a wonderful learning experience where they can grow not only academically, but socially and emotionally as well. They have endured a lot recently due to the pandemic, but so many of them are thrilled to be at school and are always putting their best foot forward. We are thankful for this and their continued perseverance to be the best that they can be. Thank you, Falcons!

We are extraordinarily grateful for our parents and community. Parents and caregivers are valued partners in our educational journey, and we appreciate all that you do to support your children at home. We thank all of you for being so giving which allows us to provide enriching activities such as art, STEM, across the curriculum assemblies, and much much more. Through the support of you and our amazing PTA, we would not be able to do this, so thank you!!

And of course, we cannot forget our staff.  Every single employee at Forest Hill is committed to bringing the highest quality education to our students. They spend countless hours planning and working collaboratively to ensure that we can meet all our students’ needs. Our staff members ensure that Forest Hill is a safe and supportive place to be. Thank you always for your dedication, compassion for students, and hard work, and especially thank you during stressful and difficult times like we are currently experiencing.

This is a wonderful time of the year to get together with friends and family to celebrate and be thankful for all the wonderful people in our lives. On behalf of the Forest Hill staff, we would like to thank you for your continued support and wish you all a safe and happy holiday. We will see everyone back at school on November 29th.

 

Best Regards,

Anna Chitwood, Principal

Chelsea Armann, Assistant Principal

Do You Enjoy Working With children?

We need yard duty volunteers. We have one parent volunteering during lunch, but we need more help.

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This will be especially important on rainy days since children will be spread out throughout the campus to comply with the 6 feet distancing while eating indoors.

We have three staggered lunches that begin at 11:30 AM and end at 1:05 PM. If you are willing to volunteer, please reach out to Ms. Chitwood by emailing her at achitwood [at] campbellusd.org. She will help you with the volunteer application process. Thank you!

Let’s Hear It for Our Partners!

Grateful for partnerships that support student wellness, allow teachers and principals to focus on instruction.

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Educating students is a big job. To remove some of the barriers to learning, we have built a strong team of community partners over the years.

These partners—parents, educators, business owners, civic leaders, service agencies and others—help families take care of students’ basic wellness needs so our teachers can focus on the academic ones. 

They provide vision and dental screening, mental health services, nutrition services, warm coats, flu and COVID-19 vaccines, and more. They volunteer on school and district committees, parent-teacher organizations, yard duty, and traffic safety at arrival and dismissal. They raise funds for classroom supplies, field trips, assemblies and school events that build community and enhance the educational experience.

As a school district, our goal is to provide high quality teaching and learning that promotes opportunities for applying knowledge. The effects of the pandemic have made that big job even more challenging for our teachers and staff. 

In the face of these impacts, we are even more thankful to have community partners who work with us to support student learning, promote students’ positive social/emotional development, and ensure that they develop the competencies they need for success now and into adulthood.

To see a list of our long-time community partners, please visit our webpage.

Board Approves Calendar for 2022-23 School Year

Students’ first day will be August 18, 2022

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For families who like to plan well in advance, there’s good news: the 2022-23 school year calendar is already approved.

The link to the calendar can be found at www.campbellusd.org/calendar. We will send a printable version to families soon.