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ANNOUNCEMENTS AFTERSCHOOL CHORUS IN SPANISH This afterschool enrichment program for 3rd4th-5th graders meets on Mondays and Wednesdays meets afterschool in Room 107 with Maestra Jacqueline Fuentes. Space is still available! All students need is a signed permission slip to participate. For another copy, please contact the office. EDISON PARENT CHOIR – Come get to know other Edison families and learn some beautiful songs in Spanish on Friday mornings at 8:30 am in Room 109. No prior choir experience needed. VALENTINE’S DAY DANCE --Save the date for one of our favorite events – the Edison Valentine's Dance on Friday, February 9th beginning at 6:00 pm. Check with your classroom to contribute to the basket each class is preparing as a prize for Lotería. Sign up in the on the Classroom or PTA Bulletin Boards and help out with preparations or the night of the event. Our theme this year is Love our Earth! There will be delicious food and drinks, a raffle, lotería, a photobooth, balloons, a recycling demonstration and plenty of dancing!! Join us from 6:00-8:30 pm on February 9!

REGISTER FOR CREST SPRING SPORTS -- CREST announces the Spring Sports Programs at Edison, starting March 12th. Registration begins Feb. 1st and closes on the 22nd. You can register online at www.smgov.net/reserve or in person at the Reed Park Youth Office. GOLDEN TICKETS – One of the ways that we promote positive behaviors that support the school community is to award Golden Tickets. These Golden Tickets are deposited in a large jar in the library. When students fill the jar, we have a schoolwide celebration. Right now we’re working toward a Crazy Hair and Hat day on February 16. Go Edison!!

FROM THE PRINCIPAL’S DESK: PROGRESS REPORTS Mid-year Progress Reports go home Friday, February 9. These are not Report Cards. They are reports on the kind of progress your child is making at midyear toward the standards that they should meet by June. Since we’re only half-way through the year, most students will be getting marks that indicate that they are making progress, but have NOT YET met standards. For each subject, you will see a list of the most important standards for your child’s grade level. Some of these are skills that we work on all year long, moving children along a skill continuum toward the end of year expectancy. Those standards and those of specific content taught in the first semester, will be accompanied by a check mark. Other standards list content that may not be taught until the second semester or which is not taught in an immersion program at this grade level. Next to those standards you will see the designation NA (Not Applicable). An asterisk means that the standard is being addressed through an Individualized Education Program (IEP) and a progress report from the IEP team will accompany the report card. Next to each standard is one of the following ratings: 4 (Masters Standards); 3 (Approaching Mastery); 2 (Making Some Progress Towards Standards); or 1 (Making Little Progress Toward Standards). For those few children who have already mastered a standard, their teachers will be working to add more depth and complexity to that skill in the second semester. The designation of 3 indicates that if a child keeps progressing at the current rate, he or she is on track to meet or exceed standards by the end of the year. It’s OK if they have NOT YET met the standard – just keep working and practicing. For students who receive 1s and 2s, some additional or different attention is needed. More of the same (same methods, same amount of reading or homework, or same behavior and study skills) probably won’t get the student where he or she needs to be by the end of the year. Students who are making little progress toward standards (scoring a 1) are probably already in our intervention programs and their progress is being monitored carefully by specialists and interventionists. But it may be time to adjust the plan. Students who are making some progress (scoring a 2) may need some additional or different support or work habits. If you see 1s and 2s on the progress report, please contact your child’s teacher for a meeting so we can work together on an individual Academic Improvement Plan and help your child make deeper and faster progress. Please also pay attention also to the markings for the Citizenship and Work Habits, since as a child who occasionally or rarely meets expectations in this area will need some support to develop the habits that make school success more likely.

January 31-Feb 2 5th Graders at Catalina Island Marine Institute

February 7 PTA Board Meeting 6:00-8:00 pm

February 14 ELAC Meeting 8:30-9:30 am


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Academia de Idiomas Edison – Juntos a través de dos idiomas (310) 828-0335 www.edison.smmusd.org

ANUNCIOS CORO DESPUÉS DE LA ESCUELA EN ESPAÑOL - Este programa de enriquecimiento después de la escuela para los estudiantes de 3 °, 4 ° y 5 ° se reúne los lunes y miércoles después de la escuela en el salón 107 con la Maestra Jacqueline Fuentes. ¡Hay espacios aún disponibles! Todos los estudiantes necesitan un permiso firmado para participar. Para otra copia, contáctese con la oficina. CORO DE PADRES DE EDISON - Ven a conocer a otras familias de Edison y aprende algunas hermosas canciones en español los viernes por la mañana a las 8:30 a.m. en el salón 109. No se necesita experiencia previa. BAILE DE SAN VALENTÍN – Pronto viene uno de nuestros eventos favoritos - el baile de San Valentín --el viernes 9 de febrero a partir de las 6:00 pm. Consulte con su salón para contribuir a la canasta que cada clase está preparando como premio para Lotería. Apúntense en el salón o en los tablones de anuncios de la PTA y ayúdenos con los preparativos. ¡Nuestro tema este año es Ama a nuestra tierra! Habrá deliciosas comidas y bebidas, una rifa, lotería, una taquilla de fotos, globos, una demostración de reciclaje y un baile. ¡Acompáñenos a nosotros de 6:00 a 8:30 pm el 9 de febrero! INSCRÍBETE A LOS DEPORTES DE CREST PRIMAVERA - CREST anuncia los programas de deportes de primavera en Edison, a partir del 12 de marzo. La inscripción comienza el 1 de febrero y cierra el día 22. Puede registrarse en línea en www.smgov.net/reserve o en persona en Reed Park Youth Office. BOLETOS DE ORO - Una de las maneras en que promovemos conductas positivas que apoyan a la comunidad escolar es otorgando Boletos Dorados. Estos boletos se depositan en un frasco grande en la biblioteca. Cuando los estudiantes llenan el frasco, tenemos una celebración en toda la escuela. En este momento estamos trabajando para un día de Pelo loco y Gorras Locas el 16 de febrero. ¡Vamos Edison!

DE LA MESA DE LA DIRECTORA: LOS REPORTES DE PROGRESO Los reportes de progreso de mitad de año serán enviados a casa el viernes 9 de febrero. Estos no son reportes de calificaciones. Son informes sobre el tipo de progreso que su hijo o hija está haciendo a mediados de año hacia las normas que deberían cumplir para junio. Como estamos a la mitad del año, la mayoría de los estudiantes recibirán calificaciones que indican que están progresando, pero que aún no han cumplido con las normas. Para cada materia, verá una lista de las normas más importantes para el nivel de grado de su hijo. Algunas de estas son habilidades en las que trabajamos durante todo el año, y los alumnos progresan a lo largo de un continuamente en las habilidades hacia la expectativa de fin de año. Esas normas y los de contenido específico enseñado en el primer semestre, irán acompañados de una marca de verificación. Otras normas incluyen contenido que puede no enseñarse hasta el segundo semestre o que no se enseña en un programa de inmersión en este nivel de grado. Junto a esas normas, verá la designación NA (no aplicable). Un asterisco significa que la norma se está enseñado a través de un Programa de educación individualizado (IEP) y un informe de progreso del equipo del IEP acompañará la boleta de calificaciones. Junto a cada norma está una de las siguientes clasificaciones: 4 (Maestría del estándar); 3 (Aproximación al dominio); 2 (Avanzando hacia la norma); o 1 (Haciendo poco progreso hacia la norma). Para los pocos niños que ya dominaron una norma, sus maestros trabajarán para hacer esta habilidad más profunda y compleja en el segundo semestre. La designación de 3 indica que si un niño sigue progresando al ritmo actual, él o ella está en camino hacia alcanzar o superar la norma para el final del año. Está bien si aún no han cumplido con la norma, simplemente sigan trabajando y practicando. Para los estudiantes que reciben puntajes de1 o 2, se necesita atención adicional o diferente. Más de lo mismo (los mismos métodos, la misma cantidad de lectura o tarea, o el mismo comportamiento y las mismas habilidades de estudio) probablemente no lleven al estudiante a donde debe estar antes de fin de año. Los estudiantes que progresan poco hacia las normas (puntaje 1) probablemente ya estén en nuestros programas de intervención y su progreso está siendo monitoreado cuidadosamente por especialistas e intervencionistas. Pero puede ser hora de ajustar el plan. Los estudiantes que están progresando (puntaje de 2) pueden necesitar algunos apoyos o hábitos de trabajo adicionales o diferentes. Si ve marcas de 1 o 2 en el reporte de progreso, comuníquese con el maestro de su hijo para una reunión para que podamos trabajar juntos en un Plan de Mejoramiento Académico y ayudar a su hijo o hija a progresar más rápido. También preste atención a las marcas para los Hábitos de Ciudadanía y Trabajo, ya que como un niño que ocasionalmente o rara vez cumple con las expectativas en esta área necesitará algún apoyo para desarrollar los hábitos que hacen que el éxito escolar sea más probable. 31 de enero – 2 de febrero –Alumnos de 5to grado en Catalina

7 de febrero Mesa Directiva de la PTA 6:00-8:00 pm

14 de febrero Reunión de la ELAC 8:30-9:30 am


RAFFLE PRIZES! SUPPORT EDISON LANGUAGE ACADEMY & WIN ONE OF THESE AMAZING GIFTS! $1 – EACH TICKET 

2-Night Stay in Topanga Canyon: Private Modern Home on one acre. Sleeps 4!

Gift Certificate for a 60-minute massage from The Massage Place!

AUTOGRAPHED! Complete Set (12 books) “Diary of a Wimpy Kid” by Jeff Kinney (2 sets available)

2-Night (on the beach) Stay at Casa del Mar Hotel in Santa Monica.

Mystery Gift Baskets!

Winners will be selected at our annual Valentine’s Dance on Friday, February 9th. For more information please contact: edison.fundraising.vp@gmail.com


$1 POR BOLETO

¡PREMIOS DE LA RIFA!

 

¡APOYE A LA ACADEMIA DE IDIOMAS EDISON Y GANE ALGUNO DE ESTOS MARAVILLOSOS PREMIOS!

 Estadía de 2 Noches en Topanga Canyon: Casa Moderna ubicada en un acre de terreno. ¡Para 4 personas!

 Estadía de 2 Noches en el Hotel Casa del Mar en Santa Mónica.

 ¡Autografiado! El set completo (12 libros) de “El Diario de Greg” de Jeff Kinney (2 sets disponibles)  ¡Certificado de regalo para masaje de 60 minutos en The Massage Place!  ¡Canastas de Regalo Sorpresa! Los ganadores serán seleccionados la noche del Baile de San Valentín, el viernes 9 de febrero. Para más información, por favor contactar a: edison.fundraising.vp@gmail.com


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Registration begins March 19, 2018 Enroll for ONE to FIVE weeks *Early Bird Discount!

Sign up by April 13th and pay only $525 for the 5-week program. After April 13th, $550 for full 5-week program or pro-rated per week Scholarships available for qualifying SMMUSD students. Childcare available in afternoon for additional fee.

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La inscripción empieza el 19 de marzo, 2018 Inscribirse para UNA o CINCO semanas *¡Descuento a los que lleguen primero!

Inscríbase para abril 13 y sólo page $525 para el programa completo de 5 semanas o proporcionalmente por semana Después del 13 de Abril, $550 para el programa complete de 5 semanas o cantidad por cada semana. Becas disponibles para estudiantes que califican. Cuidado de niños disponible antes por una cantidad adicional.

www.summer-adventure.org ¿Preguntas? Sheri Hynding, Directora 310.450.8338 x70421 msprincipal@summer-adventure.org Sponsored by


February 2018

SMMUSD-Elementary Lunch Menu

Happy Valentine’s Day!

*Menu Subject to change Prepay online at www.myschoolbucks.com

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6 Bosco Cheese Sticks W/Marinara

Pizza Friday!

Mashed Potatoes Fresh Fruit and Veggie Bar

Big Daddy Cheese &

Vegetarian Options:

Pepperoni Pizza Domino’s at: Muir, Cabrillo, Pt.

Mondays-Grilled Cheese Tuesdays-Hummus Box Wednesdays-Protein Box w/Bagel Thursdays- Bean Taco Fridays- Power Pack

Cowboy Corn Fresh Fruit and Veggie Bar

Fresh Fruit and Veggie Bar

Vegetarian Beans Fresh Fruit and Veggie Bar

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Washington’s Birthday Holiday!

Tator Tots Holiday Cookie Fresh Fruit and Veggie Bar 21

Brunch For Lunch Waffle Sticks

Vegetarian Refried Beans Churro Fresh Fruit and Veggie Bar

Papa John’s Pizza at:

Edison, Rogers, Grant

Fresh Fruit and Veggie Bar Pollo Horneado

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Pizza de Queso o Salchicha

16 Teriyaki Chicken

Pizza Friday!

Brown Rice Fresh Fruit and Veggie Bar

Big Daddy Cheese &

Teriyaki de Carne de Pollo

Pepperoni Pizza Domino’s Pizza at:

Franklin, McKinley, Roosevelt Fresh Fruit and Veggie Bar Pizza Bagel de Queso

23 Spicy Chicken Sandwich

Pizza Friday!

Goldfish Crackers Fresh Fruit and Veggie Bar

Tony’s Thin Crust Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza Papa John’s at: Muir, Domino’s at Cabrillo, Pt. Dume,

and Webster Haga Su Propio Taco

Piezas de Pollo

Fresh Fruit and Veggie Bar Pizza de Queso o Salchicha

½ cup serving of fruits/vegetables will be served with breakfast & lunch *Specialty Salad offered Every Wednesday MEAL PRICES Elementary Full Price Breakfast-$1.25 Secondary Full Price Breakfast-$1.50 Reduced Breakfast-$0.30 Elementary Full Price Lunch-$3.00 Secondary Full Price Lunch-$3.50 Reduced Lunch-$0.40 Adult Prices: Breakfast-$2.25 Lunch-$4.25 To make a complete meal, students must take ½ cup of fruit OR vegetable

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Pasta w/Marinara Sauce

Orange Chicken

Build Your Own Burger

Garlic Cheese Toast Fresh Fruit and Veggie Bar

Brown Rice Fresh Fruit and Veggie Bar

Baked Potato Wedges Fresh Fruit and Veggie Bar

Pasta con Salsa Marinara

Tony’s Thin Crust Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza

22 Build Your Own Taco

Canadian Turkey Bacon 100% Juice Fresh Fruit and Veggie Bar

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Pizza Friday!

Brown Rice Pilaf Yummy Green Beans Fresh Fruit and Veggie Bar

Piezas de Pollo

Palitos de Waffle

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Breaded Golden Chicken

Palitos de Pan Tostado Frances

Heart Shaped Chicken Nuggets

Pizza de Queso o Salchicha

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Beef Sausage Patty 100% Juice Fresh Fruit and Veggie Bar

Perro Caliente de Res

Chili Vegetariano

No School

Brunch For Lunch French Toast Sticks

All-Beef Hotdog

Fresh Fruit and Veggie Bar

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Veggie Chili w/ Tortilla Chips & Cheese

Fresh Fruit and Veggie Bar

Piezas de Pollo

Hamburguesas Pequenas

Palitos de Queso con Salsa Marinara

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Dume, Webster

7 Mini Twin Burgers

*Deli Sandwiches offered Daily

Oven Baked Chicken Nuggets

Varieties of Milk offered daily: 1% white-(Breakfast & Lunch) Nonfat White (Breakfast &Lunch) Non-fat chocolate-(lunch only) 5

=Meatless Meal

Pasta con Salsa de Carne de Pavo

Haga su Proprio Hamburguesa

Menus & Food & Nutrition Info can be found on our website at www.smmusd.org/foodservices

Suggestions or questions, email: fns@smmusd.org

This Institution is an Equal Opportunity Provider


HARVEST OF THE MONTH Health and Learning Success Go Hand-in-Hand: Eating a balanced diet rich in fruits, vegetables, and whole grains supports a healthy body and mind. With Harvest of the Month, your family can explore, taste, and learn about fruits and vegetables and being active every day.

Produce Tips: Strawberries     

Strawberries are the first fruit to ripen each spring! You don’t have to wait long to enjoy them. Over 75% of strawberries grown in the US are grown in California. When enjoying strawberries, don’t rinse them until ready to eat- rinsing too early speeds up the spoiling process. Strawberries are a juicy and sweet fruit. One serving (1/2 cup) is a great idea for a healthier sweet treat or dessert swap. Strawberries can be enjoyed by themselves, in a smoothie, as a yogurt or cereal topping, and on salads (spinach base is best!)

2-Week Cycle Elementary Breakfast Menu

Cycle Date Cycle 1

Feb. 1-2 Feb. 12-16 Feb. 26-28 Cycle 2

Feb. 5-9 Feb. 19-23

Menu is Subject to Change without notice

Coffee Cake Or Cereal w/ Graham Crackers

Biscuit w/Sausage Or Cereal w/ String Cheese

Scramble Egg w/ Tots Or Cereal w/ Graham Crackers

Assorted Muffin w/ Yogurt Or Cereal w/ String Cheese

Zucchini Bread Or Cereal w/ Graham Crackers

Ham & Cheese Egg Biscuit Or Cereal w/ String Cheese

Belgian Waffle Or Cereal w/ Graham Crackers

Banana Bread Or Cereal w/ String Cheese

French Toast Sticks Or Cereal w/ Graham Crackers

Build Your Own Yogurt Parfait Or Cereal w/ String Cheese

Offered with Every Breakfast: Fruit: Assorted 4oz juice, fresh, or canned - Milk offered Daily: 1% and nonfat white

Prepay online at www.myschoolbucks.com Opt out of Nonfat Chocolate Milk via email at fns@smmusd.org

Did you know? You may qualify for CalFresh and/or Affordable Health Care Benefits? Visit Virginia Avenue Park Tuesdays, 8 am- 5 pm. For more information/appointments call 310-458-8688


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Santa Monica Police Activities League (PAL)


MISSION STATEMENT PAL is a unique community organization that fosters trust between youth and the men and women of the Santa Monica Police Department in a safe and nurturing environment. Through outstanding educational, cultural,

General Information PAL Youth Center Hours The PAL Youth Center is a drop-in recreational facility. Children have the right to come and go from the facility and Enrichment classes and activities are open to PAL members. PAL is open to youth ages 6—17 years who are Santa Monica residents or go to school in Santa Monica. Classes are limited in size; sign-ups are taken on first serve basis beginning Monday, January 22nd. All PAL activities are free. Sign-ups for PAL are accepted in the PAL Youth Office, 1401 Olympic Blvd., Santa Monica.

SM welcomes people of all abilities in our programs. The PAL Youth Center is accessible to wheelchairs. If you have any disability-related request, please contact (310) 458-8988 or TTY (310) 458-8696 at least three days prior to the event.


3D: Imagine and Create

College Connection

Jump straight into the world of 3D printing! Learn to design whatever is in your head with cutting edge software and then print your one of a kind creation.

Get the help you need with college applications and financial aid paperwork.

Fridays

answers to all your college questions.

Prepare for college early and get

Friday Night - Fun Night With PAL Homework Assistance The Homework Assistance program provides PAL youth with designated workspace to complete homework assignments. Trained staff and volunteers provide assistance, supervision, and supplies to ensure youth successfully

Girl Time! Want to make new friends, have girl talk, and not to mention fun, well this is the program for you! This class will help inspire and guide girls to make life-choices from a place of selfknowledge, self-respect and strength.

Sign-up for structured activities, off-site field trips, and much more!

In It To Win It! Teens here’s your chance be competitive while having tons of fun playing games, meeting new friends, and winning prizes!

Youth Leadership Council (YLC ) Be a leader in the community! Learn leadership skills, fundraising and how to positively impact your community through community service and outreach.


Addicted To Dance This class allows dancers to perform with freedom of movement, adding in their own personalities. This class is inspired by today’s latest music and hippest trends in dance.

DIY For You And I Looking for some cool DIY ideas? Especially in the wintertime, teenagers are always looking for fun things to make when they are bored. We put together these fun crafts that are easy, but still super cool and creative to make. Thursdays

Cirque du Monde Workshop

Hanging With A Buddy

Participants will learn juggling, gymnastics,

Having a hard time making friends, or just want to make new friends? Come hang out

hand to hand, stilt walking, clowning, diablo,

and play video games, gym activities,

flower sticks, and more!

watch movies, and more!

Straight Ballin” Here’s your chance to show off your street ballin’ skills you have while playing in weekly organized basketball games.

Open Gym

Runners Basketball Camp

Whether you like to play basketball, football, handball or just hang out, join us for open gym time.

You will learn the different

Mondays

techniques which are necessary for passing, ball handling, offense & defensive drills, and conditioning.


PAL Fitness Gym 2200 Virginia Avenue

MONDAYS & WEDNESDAYS Beginning Boxing: 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm Ages 6 - 8 years Improve on your speed, coordination and self-confidence with boxing. Learn basic footwork and punches while achieving better balance and endurance.

Beginning Boxing: 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm Ages 9 - 12 years

Boxing & Open Gym: 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm Ages 13 - 17 years

TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS Beginning Karate: 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm Ages 6 - 8 years Want to learn the art of self-defense? Improve on your concentration, hand-eye coordination and strength. Empower yourself while working on self-discipline and self-esteem.

Competition Boxing: 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm Ages 13 - 17 years

PAL Fitness Gym class schedule (8 weeks)


MONDAYS & WEDNESDAYS Beginning Boxing: 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm Ages 6 - 8 years Improve on your speed, coordination and self-confidence with boxing. Learn basic footwork and punches while achieving better balance and endurance.

Beginner Hip Hop Dancing: 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm Ages 6 - 17 years (Mondays)

Intermediate Hip Hop Dancing: 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm Ages 8 - 17 years (Wednesdays)

Beginning Boxing: 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm Ages 9 - 12 years Boxing & Open Gym: 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm Ages 13 - 17 years

TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS Competition Boxing: 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm Ages 13 - 17 years Boxing / Open Gym: 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm Ages 13 - 17 years

Adult must be accompanied by child. Additional fitness programs a re available for young adults

1 / 29 / 2018  

Edison Raffle, Summer Adventures, Lunch Menu, Soccer Club, PAL

1 / 29 / 2018  

Edison Raffle, Summer Adventures, Lunch Menu, Soccer Club, PAL

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