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Upcoming Events

Yearbook for Sale

20 - 21Yearbook is now for sale at the lowest price of the year! Price goes up Jan. 30th.

Dear RHMS Parents/Guardians,
This is your FINAL opportunity to order the RHMS Yearbook at the special low price of $40.00 AND to order personalization on your child’s book (an additional cost). Place your order through this link:  https://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1005286/Rolling-Hills-Middle-School/
This Last Chance offer is only available through Friday, January 29, 2021. Refer to the flier below for more details, including how to personalize the yearbook. 
Don’t wait! The yearbook price WILL increase on January 30th and the personalization offer will no longer be available. Order your child's yearbook TODAY! 
If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Nelson at anelson [at] campbellusd.org
Sincerely,
Anna Nelson
Yearbook Advisor/Journalism

'21-'22 Open Enrollment

Geared for fifth grade families, administrators will share a little about RHMS as parents prepare to enroll for the fall.

Tours are scheduled for January 26, 2021 at 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM.  A webinar link will be posted here on Friday, January 15th.

8th Grade Recognition Ads!

Yearbook 8th Grade Recognition Ads has been extended. The sales deadline is now February 11, 2021!

Dear 8th Grade Parents/Guardians,
Due to increased demand, we’ve opened up additional pages in the Yearbook for 8th Grade Recognition Ads AND have extended the sales deadline until February 11, 2021! 
A Recognition Ad is a great way to send an everlasting message to your child before he/she moves on to high school. Place your order through this link:  https://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1005286/Rolling-Hills-Middle-School/
Refer to the flier below for more details, but don’t wait! Space is limited and the Recognition Ad sales will definitely end on February 11, 2021. If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Nelson at anelson [at] campbellusd.org
Sincerely,
Anna Nelson
Yearbook Advisor/Journalism
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ELAC Meeting

The RHMS English Language Advisory Committee will hold its first meeting Tuesday, January 12th at 10:00 am on Zoom.

Held in English, there will also be Spanish translation to facilitate dialogue with our ELD community.  We will discuss the Rolling Hills Middle School ELD plan and determine a needs assessment.

Zoom Link

Meeting ID: 839 4886 8664
Passcode: 422026

Jan. 15: Update on Reopening for In-person Instruction

A Message from the Superintendent

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Last night, I provided an update to the Governing Board on the status of our Reopening Plans in light of new developments related to the pandemic.

I shared that, just yesterday afternoon, the California Public Health Department released new guidelines. We will be reviewing the new guidelines to ensure we have addressed all necessary elements. These amended guidelines are required for all schools in the state.  

I reiterated our  plan to not move to Phase 2 of reopening until we are in the Red (Substantial) Tier. We are monitoring developments related to the pandemic, supporting students and staff with remote learning, and readying for when we are able to begin our phased-in approach. We have started our employee COVID-19 testing. Our CampbellCare, preschools, and infant/toddler programs remain open, and we continue to advocate for our district’s needs to support students and staff.

On Dec. 30, the Governor announced a proposal for grant funds to support a phased-in reopening of schools for in-person instruction. He proposes $2 billion for a return to in-person instruction, funded through Prop 98 funds. His plan would provide about $450 per student as an incentive grant to fund the added costs of reopening. It must be approved by legislation, which means we anticipate adjustments to the proposal over the coming weeks, even as we work  to submit our  plan by the Feb. 1 deadline.

Throughout the months of this pandemic, we have had to be adaptable as we support our students and remain focused on their education and safety. We are remaining vigilant and preparing to act on the next phase of our plan when conditions allow.