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5310 E. La Palma 
Anaheim Hills, 92807
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Boys Playground
Early February; a beautiful, sunny, warm day; the playground and friends...what could be better!
Adam, Geoffrey, Mason, Rajan, Akash and Dariush
 hanging out together!


New and Announcements


Mark your calendar!  Ticket Deadline-Thursday, March 1Angel Baseball

Fairmont Family Night at Angel Stadium

Friday, April 20, 2012

Come help us cheer the Angels to victory over the Baltimore Orioles!  Tickets are $16.00 and we always have a fun evening visiting with friends and family!  

Fairmont Family Night at the Angel Game


Fifth Grade "Walk Through the American Revolution"

Last week our fifth graders participated in the "Walk Through the PacificAmerican Revolution" Program.  A Walk Through is an engaging and interactive educational presentation of history curriculum through use of literacy and the arts.  The 2 and 1/2 hour experience is an unforgettable "in-school field trip."  The students are guided through historical events using dynamic, kid-friendly stories and activities.  Games, music and dramatic activities encourage participation and comprehension of the curriculum.  Students compete in a friendly contest to earn points.  This program allows them to actively participate in re-enactment activities. They dress up as the characters they have been assigned and learn from the instructor and their peers as they cover the American Revolution during the 1700's. The students absolutely love getting 'involved' in this history lesson!

Check out the pictures on Flickr!


Valentine Candy Grams

The Fairmont Parent Association Proudly presents:

Valentine Candy Grams


Valentine fun for everyone! Don't miss out! 
Send a Valentine Candy Gram to your 
friends and teachers. Parents and family members 
join in the fun, send a gram to someone you love! 
The candy gram will include a gourmet heart shaped lollipop (made in the USA) and a special delivery by none other than "Champ the Cougar" dressed as Cupid. Each Valentine Candy Gram costs $1 and there will be a fun variety of cards to choose from. You can order as many as you like. 
Simply fill out the order form below and turn it in to the FPA Mail Box no later than February 10th. Be sure to include with your order the completed Valentine Message form for every card ordered. If you need extra Valentine's Message forms, they will be available on top of the FPA Mail Box. 
Card Choices: #1 Dino Heart #2 Smiley Heart #3 Wild Monster #4 Love Birds #5 Heart Garden #6 Bee Mine #7 Monster Cupid #8 Always & Forever 


If you have any questions, please feel free to contact either Lisa Santos (714) 931-9696 or Stacy Simpson (714) 401-3891. 


Library Renovations are Moving Right Along!library 3


This week all of the new electrical outlets were installed.  The inspector approved the framing and drywalling has started this week.  The new front desk construction took form this week, and it is going to be so wonderful and efficient!



Kona Ice Truck

Thank you so very much to the FPA for arranging for the Kona Ice truck to come last week for the final prize for the magazine drive winners and for the undefeated DSL Football Team too!



February Lunch Menus 

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Anaheim Hills Campus Open House
Friday, February 17
We are all looking forward to this year's Open House!  From preschool to 8th grade, everyone is busy finishing their Open House projects to show off to parents and friends.


FrOpen Houseom the Fairmont Blog February 6, 2012:   

Open House season is here!  That means it's time for students and their teachers to "show off" everything that has been going on since school started in the fall.  No one loves Open House more than moms and dads who can't wait to be wowed by all of the incredible work on display. With that in mind, here are a few Dos and Don'ts to get the most out of your Open House experience.


DO let your child guide you around the classroom and campus to any special displays or presentations. Pay special attention as he or she shares personal work with you. This is a precious opportunity to say "great job" and to reinforce the life lesson that hard work pays off.

DON'T compare your child's work with that of his or her classmates. Every child is unique with his or her own strong suits.  I know it's tempting to wonder out loud why your child's handwriting isn't as neat as Susie's, but now is not the time. If something really concerns you, schedule a conference to talk it over with your child's teacher.

DO make a point of praising your child's teacher.  Let him or her know how great the room looks and how impressed you are with all of the student work on display.  Open House is a big night for teachers, who, in my opinion, don't get enough kudos for all that they do.  Let your child's teacher know how much you appreciate his or her hard work in preparation of Open House and throughout the year.

DON'T pull your child's teacher aside for an impromptu conference.  You'll put the teacher in an awkward position and you won't get his or her undivided attention.  If something is on your mind, plan to discuss it at a more appropriate time.

DO visit other classrooms including the rooms of teachers in the next grade up from your child's current grade.  This is a wonderful time for you and your child to check out what it's like to "move-up" to the next grade.  You'll also have an opportunity to meet art, music, science lab and other specialty teachers and find out a little more about what goes on in these programs.

DON'T forget to bring your camera so you can post some awesome pictures on Facebook the day after the big night! 

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AH Cougar

DSL Basketball vs Oakridge

   Cougars WIN  33-19


Tri-Way Girls WON their first round play-off game over Mable!


Upcoming Schedule

Monday, February 13
DSL Basketball @ Mable


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Dates to Know Date
Monday, February 13
-Kindergarten Celebrates the 100th Day of School!
-DSL Basketball @ Mable  Boys-3:00/Girls-4:00pm
Tuesday, February 14
-Valentine's Day
-FPA Valentine's Day Skate Party at Holiday Skate Center
Friday, February 17
-No School
-Anaheim Hills Campus Open House   6:00pm-8:00pm 
Please join us for a wonderful night viewing all of your children's amazing classroom work! 
Monday, February 20 
No School - President's Day
Thursday, February 23
Sixth Grade to Bower's Museum
"China:  Warriors, Tombs and Temples"
Friday, February 24
Cougar Coffee  7:30am-8:30am