Our school news is also available in Spanish, as translated by google translate. When you open your e-news, click in the upper right corner. [Nuestras noticias electrónicas también están disponibles en español, como traducido por google. Cuando abra sus e-noticias, haga clic en la esquina superior derecha.]
Tickets for “The Knight at Dawn” on sale now! Dec. 1 & 2 at 7 pm and Dec. 3 at 2 pm. Buy tickets online at www.seatyourself.biz/campbellusd
Don't miss this empowering presentation on parenting internet savvy children, sponsored by Campbell Union School Disrict's new Parent University. It takes place Wed., Nov. 16th, from 6–7:30 p.m., in the PLC building at Monroe Middle School, 1055 S. Monroe St., San Jose, CA. See the flyer.
Take a night off from cooking and join us at Blue Line Pizza in Campbell for a fun (and fundraising!) Family Dining Night!
Tuesday, November 16th
6:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Blue Line Pizza
415 E. Campbell Ave.
As you may be aware, Pokemon cards are again gaining popularity with many of our students. While they maybe be fun to play with and collect, they are causing a disruption here at school. Please check with your child and remind them that toys, games, and cards are not allowed at school.
Lost & Found is bursting at the seams! Please take a moment to look for items you may be missing. All items left at the end of the week will be donated to charity!
Capri PTA is partnering with Second Harvest Food Bank to bring hope, relief & security to our neighbors struggling with hunger.
Drop off non-parishable food donations at the Fall Festival, Saturday October 29th, or in the office over the next couple of weeks.
The most needed food items are:
Meals in can (stew, chili, soup)
Tuna & Canned Meats
Canned fruits & Vegetables
Low Sugar cereals
Our goal is to donate 450 lbs (3 full barrels) of non-perishable food! Together we can make a difference!
The safety of our children, both physical and emotional is the highest priority. As we arrive and leave daily, the mornings can be a stressful time and the afternoons a confusing time as families and students rush or linger about. It is vital that we model the patience and respect we want our children to take into their future. Allow yourself time to find parking and walk. Please be respectful of marked parking stalls and any traffic cones. Also, please be thoughtful of our neighbors and do not park on grass, in or in front of driveways, obey the parking signs, and be courteous of pedestrian and automobile traffic.
Fall conferences will take place between October 31 and November 4. Students will be dismissed at 12:05 p.m. (Grades TK – 3) and 12:10 p.m. (Grades 4-5) every day that week.
This is a wonderful opportunity for parents, teachers and students to meet to discuss student progress and learning goals for the year.
We are asking for a quiet campus during conferences. We are asking that students not be playing on the field or play structure after school. This will allow our teachers quiet uninterrupted time to meet with parents and students.
Thank you for your support.