The next CPC General Board Meeting will be on October 17, 9-10:30am, in the Campolindo Library.

Welcome to the Campo Parents Club Website!

We've designed this site as a place to easily find Campo information, news and announcements. We hope you find it a useful resource during your time at Campo!

The goal of the Campolindo Parents Club is to:

Browse this site to find out more about the many ways the Campo Parents Club supports students, parents, teachers, administration through programs, events and activities. 

We hope you'll want to become involved in CPC efforts!!

News and Announcements


Theme for this year is Cougs R Us: Freshmen are Build-a-Bear (Coug), Sophomores are Legos, Juniors are Barbie, and Seniors are Hot Wheels.

WONDERING ABOUT HOMECOMING? Here is an FAQ on Homecoming that will hopefully answer many of your questions or help your student. Questions? Contact Lindsay Webb-Peploe.

HOMECOMING CHAPERONES NEEDED! If you can help out on Saturday night, September 30 from 7-9, we need lots of Homecoming chaperones. It is FUN and a great way to see Campo life. Contact Lindsay Webb-Peploe.


The AUHSD will be offering a parent education series this fall, the first of which is a presentation on What Everyone Needs to Know About the Drug Landscape Today. This event will be on September 28, 6:00pm, at Acalanes Performing Arts Center. More information on the series can be found here.


The goal of this event is to educate Moraga citizens/parents about our current campus and gun safety practices and laws in order to help prevent gun violence, including suicide, and save lives. We recognize that this is a complex topic that is difficult to discuss, but our hope is that holding an event focused on prevention and education will show that we are being proactive and thoughtful about this issue. Event will be in the CPAC on October 16, 7:00-8:30pm.


Get ready for Advocacy Day 2023! We've all faced many challenges in our schools and communities recently. Recognizing that, our focus this year will be on putting children and families first by encouraging connection, community, and civility. We are hoping to help our families and schools come together so we can all help our children thrive. Because after's about the kids. Click here for more info.


BENEFIT CONCERT TICKETS ON SALE NOW! A Celebration of the Arts: A Benefit Concert for the Campolindo Performing Arts Center will be held on October 14 and 15. This once in a lifetime concert will feature performances from our illustrious performing arts alumni now seen professionally on stage, in the pit, and on screen, including Maddie Browning (2015), Nate Correll (2017), Arriana Glenn (2019), and many more! For more information, sign up for updates, and PURCHASE TiCKETS, visit the Amplify the Arts website now! All proceeds from this event will go to the Amplify the Arts campaign for the CPAC. This is an event not to be missed!

Amplify the Arts was established to fundraise for upgrades and improvements to technology and equipment for the CPAC. Our goal of $650,000 will fund the replacement of original sound and lighting equipment from 2003 when the CPAC was built. 


The Student Union is a peer mediation service offered by students that is dedicated to promoting a campus of belonging and inclusivity. Students can use the Student Union as a resource to repair and/or navigate friendship misunderstandings, resolve conflicts on sports teams or in extracurricular clubs, navigate interactions with teachers and practice self-advocacy, and be an effective upstander when witnessing any incidents of bias on campus. All inquiries and meetings are anonymous – our focus is community building, not disciplinary action. For more information about the Student Union, please visit our page on the Campolindo website. If your student would like to get into contact with the Student Union, please have them fill our Inquiry Form.


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SEPTEMBER IS SUICIDE AWARENESS MONTH Suicide is one of the leading causes of preventable death in our nation today. Education is key to prevention! Being aware of the signs associated with suicide, suicide facts and statistics, and how to get support for at-risk youth can help save lives. Never be reluctant to get involved and always take your child's desire or intent to harm themselves seriously. Visit the NAMI website here to learn about warning signs, risk factors, and how to handle a crisis. Find even more suicide prevention resources on our Wellness webpage here.

WELLNESS WEDNESDAYS Wellness Wednesdays will start up again in October. Please let your students know of these fun offerings!

October 4: Pet rocks & painting

October 11: Journal & bookmark decorating

October 18: A spooky Halloween activity

The week of October 23 will be our third annual Senior Wellness Week! Stay tuned for more details. 

Stay tuned for more details regarding programming, support groups, and educational opportunities by visiting our webpage or follow us on Instagram @campowellness


CAMPO DEIB TAILGATE Friday October 6, 6:30pm, join us for pizza while it lasts. Look for our banner at the entrance to Bob Wilson Stadium before the Varsity football game against College Park.

HAVE YOU FOUND YOUR PURPOSE? On Wednesday, October 11, 7pm, Tim Klein, co-author of How to Navigate Life, will lead an insightful and engaging discussion on how families can support teens in achieving a greater sense of genuine purpose and thereby, belonging. Register now for this free in-person event here. Check out the Purpose Lab for a synopsis of the key points and a link to the actual research behind the science.

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SEPTEMBER IMPACT REPORT: STEM One of the main areas your donations support is STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). Check out MEF’s September Donor Impact Report, which this month focuses on STEM. Thank you for your support!

ANNUAL GIVING CAMPAIGN UPDATE Thank you to those of you who have already donated to the Annual MEF Giving Campaign. MEF has raised about 24% of its goal for this year. If you haven’t yet donated, every donation is critical to our ability to be able to continue to grant funds to our schools at high levels. You can donate here and learn more about MEF here. Thank you for creating possibilities for every student, every day!

BECOME AN MEF AMBASSADOR MEF Ambassadors help spread the word about the impact MEF has on our schools. Ambassadors are critical to the success of our Giving Campaign! There are three ways that MEF Ambassadors help achieve this:

If you are interested or would like to learn more, sign up here

Watch this short video to see what your MEF donations fund. 

 To get involved  in Campo Parents Club (CPC) efforts, please click on any of these areas of interest:

         To be added to our Email List, click here.           To Volunteer, click here.

          To become a Member,  click here. To See Board Information, click here

          To see our Programs and Events, click here.        To see your student's Class News, click here.        

Visit these other Campo Program sites for more information:


Help support Campo's educational program by giving to the Moraga Education Foundation.


Lend your time and talents to CPC events and activities. Click on the volunteer picture to the left to add your name to Campo's CPC  volunteer list! For current volunteer opportunities, click here.

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Don't miss out on important announcements! Stay connected to important announcements and general information by signing up for Campo's Weekly email Bulletin and class-specific communications!!  Join mailing list here.

The Campolindo Parents Club is recognized as a 501(c)(3) organization. Our Tax ID Number is:  94-3188187