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Upcoming Events

LAST CHANCE for Yearbook!

We have a very limited supply available and they are going fast!

Dear RHMS families,
It’s your LAST CHANCE to order a yearbook for your child! We have a very limited supply available and they are going fast!
To order the yearbook, use this direct link to access the RHMS sales page on the Jostens website:  https://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1005286/Rolling-Hills-Middle-School/. Click on the section “2022 Yearbook” to order. 
The sales window is open through May 28th OR until supplies run out, whichever comes first. There is no guarantee yearbooks will be available for purchase at the end of the school year. Don’t miss out…order the RHMS yearbook today! 
If you have any questions, please contact me at the email address below.

Lori Bertolucci

Yearbook Advisor

lbertolucci [at] campbellusd.org ()

Live Theater. Low Price. Great Story!

The Musical Adventures of Flat Stanley JR on stage in CUSD

student on stage of flat stanley jr

Enjoy live entertainment for a low price when you and a companion attend The Musical Adventures of Flat Stanley Jr., presented by Castlemont and Blackford elementary school students. 

Based on the best-selling book series, this musical theater production follows the hijinks of Flat Stanley as he folds his way around the world and tries to get back to being a three dimensional boy.

  • Castlemont Performances: 7:00pm on Friday and Saturday, May 27th and May 28th
  • Blackford Performances: 7:00pm on Friday and Saturday, June 3rd and June 4th

All performances for both schools take place at the Castlemont School Multipurpose Room Stage, 3040 E. Payne Ave, Campbell.

Purchase Tickets at https://campbellusd.seatyourself.biz/

Fun, Family and Friends Marked District’s Centennial Event

Community celebrated the past, present and future of educating community’s children

line of students with guitars smiling

Hundreds of revelers, young and old, gathered on Saturday, April 30th, to celebrate Campbell Union School District’s 100th year of teaching and learning in the community. See the photos here.

studentpostersSmiles were everywhere as current and former students greeted current and former teachers, students entertained crowds with songs, and families explored exhibits about the past, present and future of education here. School volunteers provided fun activities, such as a photo booth, face painting, books, food tastings, STEAM activities and more.

Governing Board members and Superintendent Viramontez greeted attendees, and Senator Dave Cortese, Assemblyman Evan Low, Supervisor Susan Ellenberg, County Superintendent Mary Ann Dewan and Campbell Mayor Paul Resnikoff each presented commendations acknowledging the District’s 100 years of educating the local elementary and middle school students.

The day culminated with a community concert on the Campbell City Green featuring Village School Teacher Gina Keopf and her band, Gina and the Tonics, followed by the headline band Clean Slate. More than 300 people gathered to listen, dance, and enjoy the celebration.

The centennial event was made possible with support from the Campbell Historical Museum, Campbell Chamber Community Foundation, A Party Place, Mathnasium, Sutton Swim School, Campbell Press, Kiwanis, the City of Campbell, parent and employee volunteers from our schools, and other community partners.

CUSD’s Exemplary Family Engagement Program Earns Top Honors 

FEI in CUSD makes a significant impact on student success

FEI (Family Engagement Institute) in CUSD, one of Campbell Union School District’s programs aimed at strengthening the home-to-school connection, earned the County School Board Association’s highest honors in the prestigious Glenn W. Hoffmann Awards program: the Kristi Porter Outstanding Program Award. It is the highest award of all of those receiving Hoffmann Awards among the 31 districts in the county. 

“Parents tell us in person and through surveys that the FEI program has made a positive difference for them and their families,” said Director of Student Services Rosanna Palomo. “It builds their knowledge, skills and confidence in supporting their child’s education and strengthens communication at home and at school.” 

In the photo above, a parent poses for a photo at completion of the fall 2019 FEI sessions. Learn more about FEI in CUSD here.

The Hoffmann awards are a 35-year tradition that celebrates school and school district programs that significantly impact student success in our region. The awards are named for Glenn W. Hoffmann, who served as the Superintendent of Santa Clara County schools from 1967 to 1984, and believed that leadership is a key factor in educational reform. A selection committee of school administrators and school board members score entries from Santa Clara County school programs. Awards are given to only those programs that receive the highest scores. The highest-scoring program of all also earns the Kristi Porter Outstanding Program Award, named after a late board member of the Oak Grove School District and past president of the SCCSBA.

Special Games Showcase Student Abilities

Community comes together to celebrate students with special needs

student athlete celebrates accomplishment at special games

Students from Forest Hill, Rolling Hills, and from the county’s Occupationally Impaired (OI) program at Blackford School competed on May 13th at the 42nd annual Kiwanis Special Games.

special games students pose with volunteers

Inclusion is a core tenet of schooling in our district and we appreciate the opportunity to celebrate their skills and talents. The West Valley Community College field was a-buzz as parents, teachers, aides and volunteers cheered for CUSD students and the nearly 1,000 other Bay Area athletes with special needs who gathered to compete in a variety of sports and events. The Special Games program is put on annually by all of the Kiwanis Clubs in the South Bay and Peninsula, and CUSD is proud of the students representing us there.