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Anaheim Hills, 92807
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DSL Football
Congratulations to the UNDEFEATED DSL Football Team! 
They were 7-0 this season and are the
Champions of the 2011 DSL Football League!
Check out the Championship Game pictures on FLICKR

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Thanksgiving Feast

Order forms are due Friday, November 18

Thanksgiving Feast Order Form Pre-School to 1st Grade 

Thanksgiving Feast Order Form 2nd-8th Grade 


Mayor Tom TaitTom Tait

The City of Anaheim Mayor, Tom Tait, visited Mrs. Jensen's Kindergarten class on Monday and talked to them about how a city 'works'.  He also read them the story "A Very Silly Mayor".  The kindergarteners enjoyed listening to the story, spending time with the Mayor and eating donuts with him! Read more about the visit on our blog.  


Cookie Dough

Cookie Dough orders are due Tuesday, November 15.  Don't miss out on yummy cookies for your friends and family!

Cookie Dough Information  Cookie Dough Order Form


Holiday Scrip

Holiday Scrip Info

Holiday Scrip Order Form


Junior High Instrumental Concert

The Junior High woodwinds, strings and brass will be performing on Tuesday, November 15 at 1:30pm. 

Feature Article Article
Anaheim celebrates "The Gift of History"
The Fairmont Private School - Anaheim Hills Campus third graders were part of making history on Tuesday, November 8 as they were part of the Gift of HistoryGuinness World Record breaking crowd for the "world largest history lesson!"
Here is the article from the OC Register:
ANAHEIM - Nearly 15,000 screaming third graders from across Orange County set a world record at Angel Stadium on Tuesday morning for the largest-ever history lesson.
A representative from Guinness World Records was flown in by an Anaheim police helicopter that landed in center field. He made the announcement that the students had, indeed, set a new record, though the official number had yet to be determined.
Guinness officials said such a record did exist: 1,198 students, set earlier this year in England. It was clear that the Orange County students had shattered that mark.
The goal of the Gift of History event, sponsored by the Disneyland Resort and Angels Baseball among many others, was to get the third graders excited about learning Orange County history.  And, at the same time, organizers hope to help students realize that they are part of Orange County's ongoing story and they have the ability to make history.
The event had been an Anaheim-only event in previous years, attracting up to 5,000 students to the Convention Center. This year it was expanded to include all of Orange County and moved to the stadium.
This wasn't your typical history lesson. Besides the helicopter, students were treated to a Disney-produced show that included music and video on the stadium's big screen.
Disney Channel star Caroline Sunshine, a Tustin native who gave a shout-out to her third-grade teacher, Mrs. Sharp, emceed the show.
Local historians and authors Gail Eastman and Stan Oftelie were escorted in by horse-drawn carriage to talk about regional history, from dinosaurs to early settlements, citrus ranching to amusement parks and beyond.
Former O.C. Supervisor Gaddi Vasquez was escorted to the infield stage aboard an Anaheim Fire truck to talk about how important water is to the region, while Angels broadcaster Jose Mota spoke to the students about Orange County's population growth to 3 million people and the freeways and other transportation that keeps it all moving.
Perhaps the loudest greeting was reserved for Bill Habermehl, superintendent of Orange County schools - which likely had something to do with him riding into the stadium alongside Mickey Mouse.
Habermehl encouraged students to stay excited about history and keep studying. They all received a backpack and a copy of Oftelie's book, "Nothing Rhymes with Orange," which details local historical figures such as James Irvine, Walter Knott and Philip Stanton.
Habermehl encouraged students to think about their place in history.
"(You) will create a bright future for Orange County," he said. "The important thing to remember about history is that we all write it together."
Scoreboard  Scoreboard

DSL Football vs McDowellJake DSL Football

    Cougars win 30-22


DSL Volleyball vs McDowell

     Lady Cougars win 25-22, 25-18


DSL Football vs Mable

     Cougars win 18-7

    Congratulations to the UNDEFEATED

         DSL League Champions! 


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Dates to Know Date

Tuesday, November 15 Dates to Know
Junior High Instrumental Program at 1:30pm

Thursday, November 17
Second Grade to Knott's Berry Farm
Friday, November 18
-First Trimester Ends
-Kindergarten to Centennial Farms
-Junior High to Knott's Berry Farm for Fun Friday
Wednesday, November 23
NO school - Teacher In-Service
Thursday, November 24-Friday, November 25
Thanksgiving Holiday Break - NO school