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Students Connect with Space Station Astronauts

District students compete in international coding event.

Karen, who hopes to work for NASA one day, joined dozens of middle school students who took part in the Zero Robotics International Space Station (ISS) Finals with the astronauts last Friday, August 10th. Campbell Union School District middle schoolers competed in the Zero Robotics summer program and wrote code for moving mini satellites in zero gravity.

Zero Robotics Middle School Summer Program introduces students to computer programming, robotics, and space engineering, and provides hands-on experience with programming SPHERE (Synchronized, Position, Hold, Engage, Reorient, Experimental Satellites). At the culminating event, 12 regional teams from around the globe watched live as astronauts aboard the International Space Station judged their team’s code in zero gravity.

This is the second year that Campbell Union School District summer program students have participated in Zero Robotics, thanks to the grant-funded After School Education Safety (ASES) program operated by our CUSD Extensions Department. 

Campbell Union School District students were featured in a National Geographic short film about it, called Zero Gravity.

For more about Zero Robotics, visit their website.

Volunteer Opportunities

We'll have many opportunities for our parents to volunteer in the 2018-2019 school year.
Here are just a few that are coming up:

    Friday, August 17, 8:30am-12:00pm:  PTA is seeking volunteers to assist with
                  distributing class schedules and PE uniforms at Registration Day.  
    Every Day:  We're seeking volunteers to assist with lunchtime supervision. 
                         Paid and volunteer positions, schedule the days you prefer to help.

Please contact the school office if you're interested in helping.

New Student Orientation - Tuesday August 21

W.E.B. Orientation Day
Tuesday, Aug 21
In the RHMS Gym 

All new incoming students - Join us for our Where Everybody Belongs orientation day.  This is a student-only event.  Please drop off & pick up students directly at the gym - students do not come to the office.

Pick Up Your Schedule - Friday August 17

Registration Day
Friday - August 17


Bring your registration confirmation (required) and pick up your class schedule.  Drop in any time between 9 - 11:30am (all grades) to pick up class schedules, purchase PE clothes (if needed), pick up school lunch information, join our PTA, etc.