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6-5-11 8th grade graduation Holy Mass
6-6,7,8-11 6-7-8 Finals
6-7-11 School Supply For Armenia
6-11-11 Kindergarten Graduation
6-12-11 8th Grade Graduation
6-13-11 F. Trip BA & BB
6-14-11 F. Trip OA & OB
6--15-11 F. Trip BA & BB
6-17-11 -F. Trip
-F. Trip 3rd grade -Music performance 5th & 7th @ 7:00 Mon.& Tues. dismissal !st—8th Wednesday
6-22-11 Last day of school Noon dismissal for all grades
Report Cards sent home
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On May 20th 1A and 1B visited the Reagan Library. Our students had the opportunity to see a replica of the Oval Office, Walk onto Air Force One, and see Marine One. The students learned about the 40th President of the United States, and the difference he made in the country. They saw pieces of the Berlin Wall, along with other historic memorabilia. Lastly, our students had the opportunity to visit President Reagan's grave site, and pay our respects. It was a memorable and educational trip! Mrs.Narineh
The second grade classes 2A & 2B went on an adventurous trip to the Aquarium of the Pacific. The children were able to pet baby sharks, sting rays, starfish and other sea life. They traveled though the aquarium exploring different marine life and learning about their habitats. The children also attended a 50 minute educational program which educated children about fish, reptiles and mammals. It was a very adventurous trip! We had lots of fun and learned many new things. Mrs.Inga Abeshian
Dear parents, By the end of the school year, everyone is ready for summer vacation- children, teachers, and parents alike! A change in routine is welcome and there are ways to continue to support learning while away from the formal classroom. How can you help your child continue to learn while having extra dose of fun this summer? Look at summer as a unique opportunity for learning . Here are just a few ideas: Reading- read daily. You might want to read a book with your child. Or, have your child read aloud to younger children. Visit the library the same day each week. Summer reading clubs through the library provide a good way to encourage reading throughout the summer. Gardening- allowing your child to plant his /her own garden or to help you with the family garden provides a perfect opportunity to apply the science curriculum to an everyday experience. Planting tending , and harvesting a garden teaches a child many lessons, including the satisfaction of actually producing something of practical use to the family. Summer jobs- both at home and, for older children, in the neighborhood present valuable opportunities for children to learn responsibility and the value of saving money. Maybe a neighbor needs help with the mail or feeding and walking a pet. Helping around the house is a great way to start developing your child as a responsible and contributing family member. Writing- why not ask your child to research or help you research activities for your summer vacation? Your child will feel more invested in the success of the family vacation as well as the satisfaction of having contributed to the family. Cooking- encourage your child to assist with cooking at home. This can include recipe selection and preparation, both great ways to reinforce math and reading skills. Grandparents- if your child has grandparents in the area, have your child plan a day of fun with a special grandparent or other special person. This teaches your child generosity and will encourage multigenerational connections.
Enjoy every moment of your summer vacation!
Our sincere thanks to: •
The advisory Board for your hard work and support to the school.
• The Parent Auxiliary and Prekindergarten Parents’ Auxiliary for your dedicated work and raising funds for the school. •
Administration , faculty and staff for your commitment and dedication.
Class captains for being instrumental in your service by acting as liaison between the administration and parents.
* Mrs Linda Kandilian for devoting her time in reporting the school events in the Armenian newspapers throughout the school year and for typing and manning the five issues of the newsletter. Good job Mrs Linda.. All the moms who helped at the snack shop and especially Mrs. Sedna khatchadourian , Mrs. Mrs Lara kejejian, Mrs Tamar Avedissian and Mrs Liza Melkonian who volunteered to organize and purchase all the items needed which made it easier to manage the shop. •
Mrs. Seta Kazarian for picking up the manaeesh every Tuesday for the weekly sale.
Student council members for your involvement in helping the school become a better place.
Parents for supporting your children and their teachers. The school greatly appreciates your efforts and contributions towards providing a more successful experience for our students. We look forward to working with you during 2011-2012. May the Lord bless you and your dear families and reward your good deeds a hundredfold.
Change of Address Please notify the office immediately if there is any change in your phone numbers and addresses . It is important that we update this information in our files in case we need to contact you during summer vacation .
Faculty news Congratulations to: Mr. William Bassett for obtaining a Masters Degree in English Literature from Cal. State Northridge. Mrs. Marijane Kevorkian for obtaining a bachelors degree in Science.
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to live forever? Are you interested? If you are, I suggest you read the book Tuck Everlasting by Natalie Babbitt. It is a story about a family that drinks from a spring and as a result, lives forever. My class read this book and did a project about it. This was a fun and educational way to show sales techniques, use our creativity, and perform for our class. Have you ever felt what it’s like to see a commercial on TV with an item you must have? Don’t those sales people do a good job making you want that item? Our groups had a chance to see what it’s like to be on the other side of a television commercial. We made a commercial for water that makes you live forever. We had to make our own logo, our own advertisement, and use techniques we learned from PBS Kids’ website. It was a very fun project, and I hope the rest of the incoming 6th graders will have a chance to do it, too!
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