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5310 E. La Palma 
Anaheim Hills, 92807
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Anaheim Hills Campus Newsletter

Tuscany Ellie Fara   

Tuscany, Ellie and Fara are happily sporting one of the
options for the new Junior High uniforms!
 News & Announcements News


Magazine Drive AssemblyMagazine Drive!!
The magazine drive is a wonderful opportunity to support our school--and your family and friends can enjoy great magazines and gifts too!  The magazine drive kicked off on Thursday and the students had a fun and lively assembly with lots of prizes. The final turn-in date is Thursday, September 20, and the FPA is hoping every family turns in the magic number of seven orders!

Fairmont Family Fall Festival
September 28, 2012Fall Festival
The Fall Festival is a blast!  There are rides and food and games, and everyone has such a fun time seeing their friends, teachers and classmates. Discounted pre-sale tickets are available right now...print out the attached link and drop it into the FPA mail box in the front hallway. There will be great food, funnel cake, cake walks, entertainment...just a great evening to spend with your family!


Blackboard Training Before Back-To-School Night
Monday, September 10 5:30-6:00pm in MPR

Kelly Robinette, our Black Board Administrator and Senior Education Coordinator, will be giving a general orientation to parents on how to navigate through, Blackboard (Bb), Fairmont's Learning Management System. She will also introduce the new Bb mobile app which allows students to access their classes using a mobile device. A general overview of additional online educational resources will be shared.


Back-To-School Night

Monday, September 10

Parents ONLY


Blackboard Training  5:30-6:00pm in MPR

Pre-School           6:00-6:30pm
JK-2nd grade        6:30-7:00pm
3rd-5th grade        7:00-7:30pm
6th-8th grade        7:30-8:15pm

Please join us for this opportunity to hear your child's teacher's exciting plans for the upcoming year. Please plan on visiting the new library, computer labs, and our Spanish and art rooms!

School Pictures

Please send your student with their picture payment envelope or on-line order confirmation receipt.

Tuesday, September 11     
     T/Th Pre-School
     M-F Pre-School
     Grades 1st, 2nd and 5th
Wednesday, September 12   
     M-W-F Pre-School
    Junior High
    Grades JK, Kinder, 3rd and 4th

As we will have the new uniforms and old uniforms this year the dress code for school pictures will be:

GIRLS Grades JK-4  White Blouse and Jumper (old or new jumper)

BOYS Grades JK-4  White polo shirt or White oxford shirt *


GIRLS Grades 5-8  White polo or White oxford shirt *

BOYS Grades 5-8  White Polo or White oxford shirt * 

*with skirt, or shorts or pants

Emergency Cards-We Need Your Help!
If you have not already done so, please send in your student's emergency card. It is very important that we have this information on file for your student. Thank you for your timely response to this request.    


Shadow Days at Fairmont Prep 
This month, our 8th graders are invited to participate in a special Shadow Day opportunity at Fairmont Preparatory Academy! Shadow Days help our 8th graders prepare for high school by experiencing a day in the life of a Fairmont Prep student. On your student's scheduled Shadow Day, you will drop him or her off at Fairmont Prep at 7:45am. Then your student will participate in a full day of classes at Fairmont Prep accompanied by a classmate with similar interests and a trained Fairmont Prep Student Ambassador. You are encouraged to stay after drop-off and have a personally guided tour around the Fairmont Prep campus with Admissions Director Christine Steele. She will be happy to answer any of your questions. At the end of the day, you may return and pick up your student Fairmont Prep at 2:35pm.

The dates of your student's visit will be organized by his or her junior high. They will send you notice of the original date scheduled for your student. You will be able to make adjustments directly with the junior high. 
Our 8th graders will hear more information and have the chance to register for Shadow Days in their homerooms. Please encourage them to take advantage of this unique opportunity!
Feature Article Article
How to Make the Most of Back-To-School Night

Whether you were the Class Clown or the Teacher's Pet back in your grade school days, you'll want to be in top form for the first big event of the school year, Back-to-School Night. Here's a quick study guide to help parents prepare.   

  1. Book your babysitter: Make arrangements to keep the kids at home so you can enjoy a distraction-free evening.
  2. Arrive Early: Parking is often limited, so arrive early, pick up a program and take some time to explore the campus.
  3. Take notes: Bring day planners or calendars (or the high tech equivalents) to help you keep track of all of the details. From the names of the parents sitting next to you in those pint-sized desks, to important dates, there will be lots of information to take in on Parent Night. You'll most likely receive a packet of information reiterating the particulars, but it's smart to have your own planning system handy too.
  4. Bring an open mind: (We love this tip complements of cozi.com) Remember that teachers may seem a bit nervous or awkward when faced with a room full of parents. If your teacher seems organized, reasonable in her expectations and focused on her students' success, then be willing to overlook what might appear to be less-than-polished public speaking skills.
  5. Introduce yourself: We parents are diligent in teaching our children good social skills, but sometimes we can slip up. Chances are you're not the only one who feels a little uncomfortable in the group, so smile, introduce yourself and initiate a conversation with your fellow parents. Parent Night is a good time to meet the other moms and dads in your child's class and swap contact info.
  6. Avoid ambushing the teacher: Yes, we know it's enticing to pull the teacher aside for a personal conversation about your child. But, keep in mind that Parent Night is not the best time for a one-on-one conference. Instead, call or email your teacher to set up a better time to talk.
Scoreboard  Scoreboard

AH CougarTri-Way Football and Volleyball kick off their opening game on Wednesday, September 12 with a home game vs TVT at 3:00pm. Please come out and cheer on the Cougars!


Tri-Way Football/Volleyball Schedule 

DSL Football/Volleyball Schedule 


DSL Volleyball: 

   Coach Marcus Arias


Tri-Way Volleyball:

   Coach Marcus Arias


DSL Football:

   Coach Wes Faust


Tri-Way Football:

   Coach Keegan Lewis


This Week On Our Blog...  Blog
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Dates to Know Date

Monday, September 10 Dates to Know
Back to School Night  6:00-8:15pm
Parents ONLY
Balckboard Training 5:30-6:00pm in MPR
Tuesday, September 11
School Pictures
Tuesday/Thursday Pre-School
M-F Pre-School
       Grades 1st, 2nd and 5th
Wednesday, September 12
School Pictures
         M-W-F Pre-School
 Junior High
 Grades JK, Kinder, 3rd and 4th
-Tri-Way Football/Volleyball vs TVT at 3:00pm

Thursday, September 13

FPA Meeting at 8:45

Friday, September 14

Pre-School Grandparents Day Breakfast at 9:00am in the MPR

Pre-School Grandparents Day Invitation