The next CPC General Board Meeting will be on March 5, 7:00pm on Zoom. Agenda will be posted here before the meeting.

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


LAST CALL!!! BUY YOUR ROARING ‘20s JAZZ DINNER DANCE TICKETS NOW!! Step into the glitz and glamour of the Roaring ‘20s and join the Music Boosters for an evening filled with live music from the talented Campo Jazz Band on March 2. Get ready to dance the night away and dress to impress in your finest 1920s attire, or whatever makes you comfortable! You can brush up on your moves with an optional dance lesson, indulge in appetizers and a delicious buffet dinner and dessert, sip on refreshing drinks, and dive into the excitement of our raffle and silent auction. Funds raised will aid in purchasing sheet music, cover coaching fees, instrument repairs, and make musical trips and tours a reality for students. Tickets are $95 and VIP/table options are available. Purchase your tickets here.


Tours will be offered to prospective students and their families on March 6, and April 3. The tours will visit a variety of classrooms and featured locations on campus, followed by a Q&A at the end. Tours meet in “A Hall West” outside the Attendance Office at 3:30pm. Please email Mrs. Sliwinski to reserve a spot for a tour. 


Are you interested in becoming more involved and connected to the Campo community? Volunteering for the CPC is not only rewarding, but also makes a difference in the experience for all of our Campo students and parents. We are actively looking for parents who are interested in joining our board for 2024-2025. We have a variety of jobs, big and small with varying time commitments, on both our Executive Board and Committees. Please fill out this interest form to learn more. We need your help to keep things running! Questions, please contact Parliamentarian, Lisa Brown


The latest issue of Campolindo’s student run publication, The Claw, will be available on December 15. To produce future issues, The Claw is asking for your support. Your generous donations will help cover annual website hosting fees and go towards producing future issues, which will ensure The Claw’s continued success. Donate here


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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WELLNESS WEDNESDAYS!! Wellness Wednesdays are starting up again this week! Tell your kiddos to join us at lunchtime for fun activities.

January 31: Positive Affirmations

February 7: Lunar/Chinese New Year Activity

February 14: Valentines/Palentines Day Activity

February 21: Therapy Dogs

February 28: Slime 

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


VOLUNTEERS NEEDED Sign up to volunteer for the BSU and Leadership hosted AUHSD Dance at Miramonte on Friday, February 23. This dance "A Night in New Orleans" has a Mardi Gras theme and is open to all students in the AUHSD. It is a major fundraiser for the Black Student Union and a great opportunity for all of us to celebrate Black Excellence Month. Tickets purchased from your student's school will provide funds for the BSU at your school. Volunteer your time to chaperone, setup, takedown or bring food here. Thank you very much in advance for supporting this event!!

JOIN US FOR A POWERFUL EVENING ABOUT OVERCOMING CHALLENGES In the 2017 Collegiate Rugby National Championship, Robert Paylor broke his neck and his life changed in an instant when he became paralyzed. Everyone is paralyzed by something, whether it be physical, mental, or emotional. His message stirs others to cultivate purpose in their lives, fully access their inner resilience, develop a reflexive sense of gratitude, and maintain positivity through even the most daunting challenges. This event will be held on Tuesday, March 19, at 7pm, at the Acalanes Performing Arts Center. Please register here.

HELP FUND THE LARAMIE PROJECT Please join Campo DEIB in raising $3,000 for the Spring 2024 student production of The Laramie Project. This compelling play helps to generate important community and student dialogue around issues of respect, equality, and acceptance. This production is taking place due to the inspired and determined efforts of dozens of talented student leaders. Let's show them our support! Your tax deductible donation will help with production rights, theater technician, costumes and materials for stage sets. Mail or drop off a check at the main office made out to “Campolindo High” with “Laramie Project” in memo. The link for web donations will be in next week’s newsletter!

BLACK EXCELLENCE MONTH STUDENT EVENTS Many activities will be held on campus in celebration of BEM.

BOOK DISCUSSION Las Lomas HS DEI would like to host a two-part discussion of the graphic novel They Call Us Enemy by George Takei. LLHS DEIB Zoom Book Club Discussions via Zoom - parents, teachers and students welcome on February 29, 6-7pm(Part 1) and March 28, 6-7pm (Part 2). Register here.

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MEF DONATIONS CREATE POSSIBILITIES IN ART AND MUSIC Read more in this December’s Donor Impact Report.

STATE BUDGET CONCERNS MEF grants have not kept pace with inflation, and the state is facing a $68B budget deficit. Read more about why this is concerning for our community and kids here.

YOU MAKE A DIFFERENCE Our fundraising is behind, and we still need to raise $1.5M before the end of the school year to reach our goal. The end of the tax year is a great time to make your annual MEF donation! Donate here. Have a great winter break!

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