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Upcoming Events

Incoming Kindergarten Tours

Interested in learning about our Kindergarten program? We will be hosting informational tours for our incoming and potential Kindergarten families on Tuesday, January 23 and Tuesday, January 30 at 8:30 am.  

We will visit classrooms, have a brief tour of campus and have Administrators and teachers onsite ready to answer your questions. 

Student Drop Off and Pick Up

safety first

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.

Yard Duty Opportunities

Interested in volunteering at Capri?

We are always looking for involved, kind, dedicated parents to join our yard duty staff. This is a wonderful opportunity to see the kids in play and help monitor their social interactions, safety protocols, and daily recess activities. Both volunteer and paid positions are available.

To apply for a paid position, go to https://www.edjoin.org/Home/JobPosting/941705.

To apply for a volunteer position, stop by the office and fill out a parent volunteer application. 

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.

New School Survey Open Now

January 16 - 26, 2018

We invite you to engage in a conversation about our school.

Rather than using a traditional survey, we are using Thoughtexchange and a process that provides open-ended questions, in English and Spanish, to help us gather your thoughts and ideas.  An email was sent to families on January 16th or you may use this link.