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Warm Coat Drive

The RHMS CIA (Compassion In Action club) is holdig a warm coat drive.   Please send any clean and gently used coats to your 1st period teacher from now until January 31st.  We will be donating all coats to families who could use some extra warmth this time of year.  Parents may drop off coat donations in the front office.  Thank you for spreading the warmth!!

Lost & Found

Our Lost & Found bin is overflowing!  Have your student stop by the Eagles' Nest and look for any jackets, shirts, lunchboxes, etc., left behind.  Parents are encouraged to stop by anytime and retrieve missing items.  All items not claimed by February 9 will be donated to a local shelter.

National School Counseling Week - Feb 5-9

In recognition of National School Counseling Week, we will have a different theme related to empowering yourself and others each day of the week.  Parents are encouraged to share these themes with the children.  We'll be focusing on them here at RHMS.

February 5 – Make a New Friend Monday

Monday is Make a New Friend Monday. Teachers and staff will be rewarding students with SOAR tickets when they observe any student demonstrating today’s theme, which is Making a New Friend. This can look like, inviting someone to eat with you at lunch, or starting a conversation with a classmate at break.

February 6 – Tell a Compliment Tuesday
Honoring National School Counseling Week, the theme of today is Tell a Compliment Tuesday. Teachers and staff will be rewarding students with SOAR tickets when they observe any student demonstrating today’s theme, which is Telling a Compliment. For example, you might compliment a classmate for something that they have shared in class or a teacher for their how kind, caring, generous, fun or hardworking they have been in your class.

February 7 – What Makes You Special Wednesday
Honoring National School Counseling Week, the theme of today is What Makes You Special Wednesday. Teachers and staff will be rewarding students with SOAR tickets when they observe any student demonstrating today’s theme, which is Sharing What Makes You Special. For example, think about your language or culture. Think about the activities you spend time on like instruments, martial arts, sports, skating/scootering, cooking, graphics, video-editing, singing, acting, gymnastics, etc. Everyone has something that makes them special.

February 8 – Thankful Thursday
Honoring National School Counseling Week, the theme of today is Thankful Thursday. Teachers and staff will be rewarding students with SOAR tickets when they observe any student demonstrating today’s theme, which is Being Thankful. For example, you might say “Thank You,” to a teacher, counselor, staff member, or administrator for their support of you. You might be thankful for your parents, guardians, or animals. You might be thankful for the great weather in California.

February 9 – Fantastic Acts of Kindness Friday
Honoring National School Counseling Week, the theme of today is Fantastic Acts of Kindness Friday. Teachers and staff will be rewarding students with SOAR tickets when they observe any student demonstrating today’s theme, which is Doing Acts of Kindness. This can look like picking up trash that has been left behind at lunch time, sticking up for someone who needs extra support, or doing something nice to someone randomly. 

Project Cornerstone - Bullying Prevention Workshop

Join us with YMCA's Project Cornerstone at the January 23 Parent Workshop
'Being UPstanders -- Bullying Prevention'
6-7:30pm
RHMS Cafeteria

View the flyer for details:

project_cornerstone_jan_bullying_prevention.pdf
project_cornerstone_jan_bullying_prevention.pdf (160.41 KB)

New Way to Have a Say

Input from parents, staff and other community members is very important to us in Campbell Union School District. Because we know you are very busy, we are offering a new, online way to provide your thoughts, ideas, and questions to us. It is called Thoughtexchange, and we hope it will be a convenient way to engage and communicate with us about our District and schools. 

On the morning of January 16, you may have received an invitation email from Thoughtexchange with simple instructions on how to participate in this process, which will be open through January 26.  (If you do not have an email account, use this link to our Thoughtexchange.)

With Thoughtexchange, you will be asked to share your thoughts on several open-ended questions, and to read and rate the thoughts and ideas of others. Our intent is to connect with parents, teachers, community members, students, and our district staff to gather thoughts, ideas, and questions they may have about our District and schools in order to continue meeting the needs of our elementary and middle school students.

Please look for the January 16 Thoughtexchange email or use this link to our Thoughtexchange.