General Info

Birthday and Holiday Party Guidelines

CHIME is working towards a healthier school and will promote classroom celebrations that promote a healthy school environment. Please support the school in its efforts to show our students that it’s fun to celebrate birthdays and other celebrations the healthy way! Sweets are not being cutting out entirely (we will still have bake and popsicle sales as fundraisers), but please do not bring sweets and/or sugary items for birthdays or celebrations (such as Valentine’s or Halloween).

CHIME is also changing Valentine and Halloween Grams to non-edible items.

Please let the teacher know in advance if you’re bringing a healthy snack into the classroom for a birthday or holiday celebration. Here are some ideas for those special celebrations: Fruit & veggie trays, cheese & crackers, pita chips & hummus, bagels and cream cheese, wraps, fruit kabobs, fruit smoothies, popcorn cups, yogurt parfaits, banana bread, guacamole, frozen yogurt tubes with fresh fruit, pizza bites, etc. Also consider providing gluten/dairy free items for our friends with food allergies. For Halloween or Valentine’s Day, consider non edible treats such as pencils, stickers, or little games to hand out!

Also please consider bringing healthy items to the bake sales, and think about portion control (smaller muffins, fewer donuts). THANKS FOR HELPING KEEP OUR CHIME KIDS HEALTHY!

First Parent Mixer of the Year

Come and check out our first CCA-sponsored parent mixer of the year on Saturday, September 23, 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at Sagebrush Cantina. Join us on the patio for appetizers, raffle prizes, a CHIME trivia quiz, meet new families, old friends and CHIME staff. There is a cash bar and valet parking. Tickets are $15.00 per person until 09/22 @7pm and $20.00 at the door. Order your ticket now. Can’t make it? Sponsor a teacher or a paraprofessional! sagebrush cantina parent event

After-School Sports Program

The CHIME Athletics Enrichment Program is a competitive after-school sports program. We compete against neighboring schools—working on developing sports specific skills such as strategies, fitness, and sportsmanship. The program is open to all students from grade 4 through 8. If you’d like to participate please fill out the attached form and return to the office by September 5.

Solar Eclipse!

CHIME students will be observing the solar eclipse this coming Monday, August 21. We have purchased solar eclipse glasses for all of our students and staff. They are NASA and ISO certified glasses. (The certification test results are on file with the office if any parent would like to review them.)

The eclipse is going to be a terrific learning opportunity for our students, but if for any reason parents would not like their child to view the eclipse, they should fill out and sign the affirmative  opt out form attached and have their child return it on Monday morning. We’ll have an alternative activity planned for them.

We’re Doing Party Books!

Don’t forget to check out the CCA’s First-ever Online Party book here. So many great parties available for families or for a grown-up night out, so make sure to make a bid! The next one coming up is on Thursday, Dec. 22 and it’s an amazing 5-course holiday dinner from 7-10pm hosted by the Nazarian family in Woodland Hills; spots are available for just $25 each! Gets yours now!

Open House for Preschool Families

CHIME Charter, California Charter School of the Year for 2016, is holding an open house for preschool families who are interested in exploring our campus, meeting our teachers and learning more about enrollment in kindergarten.
Saturday, October 15th 9:00-10:30 am
19722 Collier Street, Woodland Hills, CA 91364

We look forward to seeing you there!

8th Grade High Schools Information Night

Meet September 29 in the CHIME auditorium from 6-8pm to learn about local high school options for the 2017-18 school year. Former CHIME students and guests will share information about area high school programs and enrollment policies. Free graduation tshirt for every 8th grade student (accompanied by at least one parent) who attends—a $20 value.

Time to re-register your Ralphs card!

Every year we must register again for the new term so that our purchases at Ralphs Grocery Store will benefit CHIME. To re-enroll in the program go to and sign in. Click on your name on the upper right and scroll to the bottom of the Account Summary page for “Community Awards.” Type in “CHIME” to find our school and select it. For instructions on registering your card for the first time go to

Then shop at Ralphs using your card and a percentage of all purchases will go to CHIME. Such an easy way to make free money!!