A few students still need to turn in their promotion packets -- check those backpacks and complete the forms, return to the school office asap.
Promotion Ceremony Date: Wednesday, June 14, 9:00am
Great America Trip: Tuesday, June 13
Promotion Party Date: Friday, June 9, 5:30-7:30
Promotion Donations: Email PRESIDENT [at] PTARHMS.ORG
It is that time of year when we are looking for community volunteers who are willing to help us with 8th grade Exhibition. During the school year, students are asked to research a problem that affects individuals, the community, or society. After completing the research, students propose a solution and create a final project. By the end of the school year, they will be ready to give their oral presentation. At that point, students need an audience to whom they can showcase what they have accomplished. That’s where you come in! After students complete their oral presentation, volunteers will be asked to give constructive feedback.
No previous experience necessary. Everything will be provided to you, including lunch. This year, Exhibition takes place on Thursday, May 25. We are really in need of people who can volunteer from 8:00 am - 2:10 pm. If you would like to be involved as a panelist, please contact us by Friday, May 12. Return the form below to the office or email the specified information to Ellen Perris — eperris [at] campbellusd.org (eperris [at] campbellusd.org).
Thank you for your support!
Dear RHMS Parents:
Time is running out to get your child’s RHMS yearbook ordered for this school year.
Order the yearbook online by clicking this direct link to the Rolling Hills order site: http://jostensyearbooks.com/?REF=A00688170
Not sure if you have ordered a yearbook yet? A current sales list is posted by the office; please have your child check to see if his/her name is there. Or feel free to contact me at lbertolucci [at] campbellusd.org to verify your order.
Don't wait! We have run out of yearbooks the last 2 years, so order the yearbook TODAY!
LBertolucci [at] CampbellUSD.Org
Congratulations to the RHMS Girls Volleyball teams.
The Varsity A team finished the season as the 2017 WVAL Champions.
The Varsity B team finished the season in 2nd place along with the Junior Varsity A team.
What a fantastic finish to a very competitive volleyball season.
Already looking forward to next year.
3 Cheers for Rolling Hills Science Club
The after school Science club entered the prestigious Synopsys Science Championships for the first time, this year—a competition with more than 1000 participants from the Bay area. Two of our students won awards!
Arijit Ghoshal won for his project on Ratio of Gears for Mechanical Advantage.
Tanvi Rao was awarded for her model of a house with a retractable roof for an energy efficient home. As her project was related to the environment, Tanvi also was chosen to move on to the Earth Day “Save the Planet” Science Fair, presented by Steve Wozniak’s Silicon Valley Comic Con.
Congratulations to our winners!! GO EAGLES.
Students had equal say as adults as more than 100 parents, students, staff and neighbors gave input at a March 23 community forum about creating a new Preschool–8th-grade school in the District.
The meeting began with attendees using stickers to vote on the Guiding Principals the Transformation Team will consider as it develops recommendations for the Governing Board. Then, participants and facilitators separated into affinity groups—parents with other parents, students with students, and so on—so they could discuss hopes, concerns and ideas for the new school. They consolidated their input and reported it back to the whole group. Their responses are posted on the District's Transformation web page in the March 23 meeting notes.
In April, the Transformation Team will review the responses and identify common themes to address in recommendations it sends to the Board in June.
State testing will happen from mid-April through May, and we're doing our best to ensure our students do their best.
Each year, students in grades 3–8 will participate in the statewide testing program called the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP). The tests cover English language arts/literacy (ELA) and mathematics for grades 3–8, and science fore grades 5 and 8. They provide information to teachers, parents/guardians, and students about students’ progress and readiness for college and career.
The principal will send information about specific testing dates and times at your child's school.
Meanwhile: Don't Fret. Stay Informed.