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    Welcome Aboard the Rolling Ridge




      13677 Calle San Marcos
      Chino Hills, CA 91709
      Phone: (909) 628-9375 
      Fax: (909) 548-6077
    Principal: Mrs. Paula Thomas    paula_thomas@chino.k12.ca.us 
    Assistant Principal: Mrs. Janine Milligan    janine_milligan@chino.k12.ca.us

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  • Rolling Ridge Families, 

    As you know, on Monday, August 21,2017, the United States will experience the first total solar eclipse to travel from coast to coast in nearly a century. The rarity of this eclipse has created a lot of excitement amongst Chino Valley Unified teachers, with many planning to use the eclipse as a learning opportunity for kids. With that excitement has come questions about how to ensure students’ safety and what options the schools can use for observing the eclipse. First, it is important to note that even during a solar eclipse it is not safe to look directly at the sun without special glasses or camera filters that meet the ISO 12312-2 international safety standard. Students may be tempted to look directly at the sun based on an incorrect assumption that during an eclipse it will not harm their eyes; however, looking at the sun, even for a few seconds could cause serious vision damage and we want to make sure we have safety measures in place to prevent injury to students and staff. Teachers are encouraged to view the NASA livestream of the solar eclipse at https://eclipse2017.nasa.gov/livestream.

    If teachers will be using any option beyond the NASA livestream, it is required that students return the “Waiver for Minor Activities” form (available on the school website) in order to participate.

    For teachers who prefer to allow their students to experience the solar eclipse outside, can use the options outlined in “How to View the 2017 Solar Eclipse Safely” flyer below. The two most common methods are the “pinhole” option and the use of solar glasses. Using the pinhole option, students will see a reflection of the partial solar eclipse rather than looking at the sun directly. While students should not experience any vision risk using the pinhole method it is important to constantly remind students of the dangers of looking at the sun at any time throughout the event to ensure students are not tempted to look at the sun.

    The second most common method is to observe the sun with the use of solar glasses. Anyone who wishes to use this method must first ensure that the glasses meet the ISO 12312-2 international safety standard. To date five manufacturers have certified that their eclipse glasses and hand-held solar viewers meet the ISO 12312-2 international standard for such products: American Paper Optics, Baader Planetarium (AstroSolar Silver/Gold film only), Rainbow Symphony, Thousand Oaks Optical, and TSE 17. All glasses should be inspected before use, and any scratched or damaged glasses should be immediately discarded. Students should be supervised at all times and teachers must ensure students are wearing their glasses before looking at the sun. Again, supervision of students will be critical to ensure students are not looking at the sun without the required protective glasses. 

    Please remind your child of the dangers of looking at the sun.

    Rolling Ridge will remain vigilant of students who may be tempted to look up during the eclipse. The eclipse will be visible in Chino on Monday, August 21st from approximately 9:06 am to 11:36 am; Rolling Ridge will be on “Rainy Day Schedule” (No Recesses/PE) during this time on Monday 8/21/17. Please call the school if you have any questions or concerns.



    Waiver for Minor Acvtivities

    Eclipse: Who? What? Where? When? How?

    How to View the Solar Eclipse Safely

    Eclipse Eyeglass Safety: Don't be Blindsided!






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  • Student Supply Lists by Grade Level

    Kindergarten Supply List

    1st Grade Supply List

    2nd Grade Supply List

    3rd Grade Supply List

    4th Grade Supply List

    5th Grade Supply List

    6th Grade Supply List

    Remember, student supplies will need to be replenished throughout the year.

    If you find items on sale, you my want to stock up!


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  • 2017-18

    Kindergarten Registration

    at Rolling Ridge


    New  for 2017-2018 School Year:

    Parents may register their

    kindergarten students

    using the new computer based

    Online Registration


    ONLY NEW Kindergarten students

    may enroll online at this time.

    Kindergarten ONLY CLICK HERE to register  Kindergarten ONLY

     If you need assistance enrolling online,

    please come to the Rolling Ridge office.


    NEW 1st - 6th grade Students

    for the 2017-18 school year

    Parents must come to school

    to enroll 1st -6th grade students

    and provide required documents.

    All parents MUST  bring the following required documents to the Rolling Ridge office.

    • Photo Identification
    • Proof of Residency (Two of the following: utility bills, rental/lease agreement)
    • Original Immunization Records
    • Original Birth Certificate
    • Emergency Contact Information: name, address, phone number (At least three (3) Emergency Contacts (other than parents) requested for each student)
    • Caregiver/Guardian Form – if student is living with a family member (not the parent)
    • School Records – if student has attended previous schools
    • IF YOU ENROLL ONLINE AT HOME, PLEASE  also bring a printed and signed copy of your registration form to the office.


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  • CVUSD Family Engagement Center Offerings


    Register Online 


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  • Kindergarten attendance - More important than you think! 


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  •  Meal Applications are available online

    Click this link.


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  • The 15-16 School Accountability Report Cards (SARC), published in the 16-17 School Year, are now available on the CVUSD website. The link to the SARC webpage, which is also located on each school's webpage under "About Us", is available below. A printed version is available upon request



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  • Take the 40 Book Challenge!

    Can you read 40 books in one school year? 

    Many Rolling Ridge students can and have!

    All Rolling Ridge students participate in a reading challenge.  Students are encouraged to read as many books as possible throughout the school year. Through reading so many books, students develop reading stamina and internalize independent reading habits. Students also learn about the different genres and how to choose "good fit" books. Family members are invited to participate along with our students in this reading challenge.

    Rolling Ridge is a community of readers!



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  • You can report a student absence "online" at Rolling Ridge
    Once you click on the "Register" button at the top of our page and complete our website user information, you will be able to report a student absence 24/7. After completing registration, login and go to the "Parents" tab scrolling down to "Report an Absence Online." It's that easy!
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  • Character Pillars



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