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FROM THE PRINCIPAL’S DESK:

ANNOUNCEMENTS WELCOME BACK MAESTRA JACQUELINE! – Música en Español classes, the Monday after school chorus (there’s still room available!) and the Family Singing Circle (Friday mornings) are launching their second semester this week. Maestra was able to spend some time in her native Chile over the holidays and enjoy some summer weather! THEATER INFORMANCES BEGIN NEXT WEEK – The informance for Seaside Preschool will be Tuesday, February 5 in Room 107. TK students will present on Thursday at 1:00 p.m in Room 107. We hope you can find a way to join us and celebrate what your children have been learning with Maestra Martha in their Theater Classes (in Spanish). VALENTINES DANCE AND DINNER – Join us as we celebrate the diversity in our community with raffles, delicious food, games, and dancing on Friday, February 8 from 5:308:30 pm. 5th grade parents are offering a delicious array of food (Pozole, Chicken Tinga, Venezuelan Empandadas, California Rolls and Veggie Sushi). Come celebrate! PROGRESS REPORTS COME HOME ON FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8 – These mid-year reports will let you know about the progress your child is making toward year-end standards. If progress is slower than expected, contact your child’s teacher for suggestions on how to help and/or to develop an academic improvement plan. Our goal is for ALL students to meet standards!

CELL PHONES AND SMART WATCHES AT SCHOOL We have seen a slew of smart phones and smart watches at school in January and they are a problem! We remind you that Board Policy does not permit elementary school children to bring mobile phones or signaling devices to school. We enforce the policy and you may need to come and pick up a device if we spot it and it’s out and on during the school day. Smart Phones and Smart Watches are devices that are more than a simple phone or watch. They provide access to the internet, take photos or video, send and receive texts, and are often loaded with game apps. They are generally quite expensive and break easily when dropped on concrete or blacktop. But even the basic flip phone with no internet access is not allowed at elementary school. These devices but can be very disruptive in class, often distract children from learning and physical activity in favor of trying to sneak in game or video time, and can give children unsupervised access to the Internet. They can also go missing – as we don’t have secure lockers where kids can store them while they move about the campus, go to lunch, recess, PE, etc. Here are a few actual examples of how disruptive these devices can be. A student’s watch goes off in the middle of a lesson in class. Everything grinds to a halt and all eyes are on this student – whose parent has texted to ask how their day is going. Several students are huddled in a corner of the yard around a device, trying to avoid staff attention and not playing at recess because they’re trying to play Fortnight or watch some cool video. Instead of paying attention in class, two students are trying to text each other under the table (the modern version of passing notes!). A child pulls out her phone and plays a favorite game each time her teacher’s back is turned. She’s missed valuable learning time -- but she’s great at Candy Crush! A child takes a device into the restroom and tries to take pictures of another student under the bathroom stall. An expensive device disappears from a child’s untended backpack. Child takes a device into the restroom and accidentally drops it in the toilet. We really want teachers to be able to focus their time on teaching and learning – not on trying to police devices that should not be on campus. If you believe that there is a safety reason why your child should be allowed to have such a device on campus (coordinating between two households, a frequently changing pick-up schedule, etc.) then come to the office and ask for a waiver. Write your rationale on the necessity for the device and sign the application. Please note that the school assumes absolutely no responsibility for these devices when they are on campus – with or without a waiver. Also, if a waiver is approved, the device must stay a child’s backpack the entire school day and may not be turned on during school hours. If these devices are turned on and if they are out during the school day, your child will lose the right to bring the device – even if we previously signed a waiver. Please help us keep the focus on learning!

January 30 – CRAZY HAIR/HAT DAY

February 5 – Lunar New Year – Happy Year of the Pig!

February 6 – Kindness and Justice Gallery Walk and Lunar New Year Cultural Tables


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ANUNCIOS ¡Bienvenida de Nuevo, Maestra Jacqueline!– las clases de Música en Español, el coro de los lunes después de clases (¡todavía hay espacio!) y el Circulo de Canto Familiar (viernes por la mañana) están lanzando su segundo semestre esta semana. ¡Maestra pudo pasar algo de tiempo en su Chile nativo durante las vacaciones y disfrutar clima de verano! Presentaciones Informativas de Teatro Comienzan la Próxima Semana –Las presentaciones informativas se llevarán a cabo para Preescolar Seaside el martes, 5 de febrero en el salón 107. Los estudiantes de TK presentarán el jueves a la 1:00 p.m. en el salón 107. Esperamos que encuentren una manera de acompañarnos y celebrar lo que sus niños han estado aprendiendo con Maestra Martha en sus Clases de Teatro (en español). Baile y Cena de San Valentín – Acompáñenos mientras celebramos la diversidad en nuestra comunidad con rifas, comida deliciosa, juegos y baile el viernes, 8 de febrero de 5:30-8:30 pm. Los padres de 5º grado están ofreciendo una variedad deliciosa de comida (Pozole, Tinga de Pollo, Empanadas venezolanas, Rollos de California y Sushi Vegetariano). ¡Vengan a celebrar! Reportes de Progreso Se Mandan a Los Hogares el Viernes, 8 de febrero – estos reportes de medio año les avisarán sobre el progreso que su hijo/a está haciendo hacia las normas del fin de año. Si el progreso va más lento de lo esperado, comuníquense con el maestro/a de su hijo/a para sugerencias sobre cómo ayudar y/o para crear un plan académico de mejoramiento. ¡Nuestra meta es que TODOS los estudiantes cumplan todas las normas!

DEL ESCRITORIO DE LA DIRECTORA: CELULARES Y RELOJES INTELIGENTES EN LA ESCUELA ¡Hemos visto montones de teléfonos inteligentes y relojes inteligentes en la escuela en enero y son un problema! Queremos recordarles que la Póliza de la Mesa Directiva no permite que los estudiantes de escuelas primarias traigan teléfonos móviles ni dispositivos señaladores a la escuela. Reforzamos la póliza y tal vez ustedes tendrán que venir a recoger cualquier aparato si lo miramos y lo han sacado durante el día escolar. Teléfonos inteligentes y relojes inteligentes son aparatos que son más que un simple teléfono o reloj. Proveen acceso al internet, toman fotos o video, mandan y reciben textos, y frecuentemente están llenos de juegos. Generalmente son muy caros y se rompen fácilmente cuando se caen en el concreto o el pavimento. Pero hasta el teléfono básico que no tiene acceso al internet no es permitido en escuela primaria. Estos aparatos pueden ser muy disruptivos en la clase, seguido distraen a los niños de aprender y actividad física a favor de tratar de aprovechar algo de tiempo con el video juego, y les puede dar acceso no supervisado al internet. También se pueden perder – como no tenemos casilleros seguros donde los niños los pueden guardar mientras se mueven a través de la escuela, ir al almuerzo, recreo, educación física, etc. Aquí hay algunos ejemplos actuales de lo disruptivos que pueden ser estos aparatos. El reloj de un estudiante es activado en medio de una lección en clase. Todo se pone en alto y todas las miradas se ponen en el estudiante – el que sus padres le han mandado un texto para preguntar cómo va su día. Varios estudiantes se amontonan en un rincón del patio alrededor de un aparato, tratando de evitar la atención del personal y no jugando en el recreo porque están tratando de jugar Fortnight o mirar algún video suave. En vez de poner atención en la clase, dos estudiantes se están mandando textos el uno al otro debajo de la mesa (¡la versión moderna de pasar notas!). Una niña saca su teléfono y juega su juego favorito cada vez que el maestro/a le da la espalda. ¡Ella pierde tiempo valioso de aprendizaje – pero es muy buena en Candy Crush! Un estudiante lleva un aparato al baño y trata de tomar fotos de otro estudiante por debajo de la puerta del baño. Un aparato caro se desaparece de la mochila desatendida de un estudiante. Un estudiante lleva un aparato al baño y accidentalmente se le cae a la taza del baño. Realmente queremos que los maestros se puedan enfocar en su tiempo enseñando y aprendiendo – no tratando de ser policías de aparatos que no deben estar en la escuela. Si ustedes creen que hay alguna razón de seguridad por la cual su hijo/a deber tener permiso de tener tal aparato en la escuela (coordinar entre dos hogares, horario para recoger que cambia frecuentemente, etc.) Entonces vengan a la oficina y pidan un permiso. Escriba su razón sobre la necesidad para este aparato y firme la solicitud. Por favor noten que la escuela no acepta ninguna responsabilidad por los aparatos cuando están en la escuela – con o sin permiso. También, si el permiso es aprobado, el aparato debe quedarse en la mochila del estudiante durante todo el día escolar y no puede ser prendido durante las horas de clases. Si el aparato se prende y si lo sacan durante el día escolar, su hijo/a perderá el derecho de traer el aparato – aunque anteriormente hemos firmado el permiso. ¡Por favor ayúdenos a mantener el enfoque en el aprendizaje! 30 de enero

Día de Pelo/Gorro Loco

5 de febrero Año Nuevo Lunar - ¡Feliz Año del Puerco!

6 de febrero - Caminata en la Galería de Bondad y Justicia y Mesas de Cultura de Año Nuevo Lunar


CONFIRMATION EMAIL GOING OUT THESE WEEKEND!!! A new confirmation email for those who are not receiving our emails via MSA will go out this weekend! Please look out for a new confirmation email from edison.pta.communications@gmail.com under the subject line “Edison Language Academy PTA Directory and Store -

Directorio y Tienda de la PTA de la Academia de Idiomas Edison�. Again, we advise you to look into your Junk Mail Box if you don't see this email in your Inbox. Simply follow the instructions on the confirmation email and your account will be ready to go. If you never get our emails and don't receive this new confirmation email either, it might be possible that we have the wrong email address for your account, so please contact our MSA Administrator directly with your correct email address at edison.pta.communications@gmail.com. Thanks as always for your support, The Edison PTA Communications Team


¡CORREO ELECTRÓNICO DE CONFIRMACIÓN DE MSA SERÁ ENVIADO ESTE FIN DE SEMANA! Un nuevo correo electrónico de confirmación para aquellos que no están recibiendo nuestros correos por MSA será enviado este fin de semana. Por favor busque el nuevo correo de confirmación de edison.pta.communications@gmail.com bajo el título “Edison Language Academy PTA Directory and Store Directorio y Tienda de la PTA de la Academia de Idiomas Edison”. Nuevamente le recomendamos buscar en su Bandeja de Correos No Deseados si no encuentra el correo directamente en su Buzón de Entrada. Simplemente siga las instrucciones en el correo de confirmación y su cuenta estará lista. Si Ud. nunca recibe nuestros correos de MSA ni recibe este nuevo correo de confirmación, es posible que tengamos la dirección de correo electrónico equivocada en su cuenta, en cuyo caso le pedimos que por favor contacte directamente a nuestra Administradora de MSA con su dirección correcta al edison.pta.communications@gmail.com. Gracias como siempre por su apoyo, El Equipo de Comunicaciones de la PTA de Edison


Hello Edison Families! I hope you are excited about our upcoming Valentine’s dance on Friday February 8th! Our goal this year is to provide a fun cultural evening filled with music, dancing, games, and fabulous food. We also want to show our appreciation of everyone who has donated to the Education Foundation. Plans are already in the works as you may have heard from our previous fliers and emails, but we would love to hear form you if you can help with any of the following: 1. We are in need of a DJ! Or, if you have a jamming play list that’s great too! Please email Edison.pta.special.events@gmail.com 2. We need volunteers to help man our first aid booth. If you are a nurse or doctor or are a first aid guru, please email Edison.pta.special.events@gmail.com or sign up on the board near Cafecito. 3. Please make sure you check in with your classroom reps regarding what to bring for your Loteria Basket. We will need everything in by Monday February 4thso we have time to put the baskets together. 4. Is your homemade salsa a party winner? Well, be sure to bring in a batch the night of the dance so we can be the judge. The winner will receive a special prize. 5. Raffle Tickets will be in your Wednesday packets! Please help support our programs by selling as many as you can. We have some amazing prizes to give away. 6. Most Importantly, we need everyone to sign up to help set-up, clean-up, work Loteria, supervise the game area, judge salsa, etc. Sign-up sheets are on the board by the Cafecito area. Once again, thank you for your support of our school and for helping make our events so successful.

Edison PTA ¡Hola familias de Edison! ¡Espero que estén entusiasmadas por el Baile de San Valentín en 8 de Febrero! Nuestras meta para este año es brindarles una velada que real nuestra riqueza cultural con música, baile, juegos, y fabulosa comida. También queremos expresar nuestra gratitud a todos aquellos que han donado a la Fundación Ed. Los preparativos estén en marcha, como ya se habrán dado cuenta por los correos electrónicos y volantes que han recibido, pero nos encantaría escuchar de Uds. para saber si pudieran ayudarnos de alguna de las siguientes maneras: 1. ¡Necesitamos un DJ! ¡O si Ud. tiene una lista de música increíble, eso también sirve! Favor enviar un correo a Edison.pta.special.events@gmail.com 2. Necesitamos voluntarios para nuestro puesto de primeros auxilios. Si Ud. es médico, enfermero/a o experto en primeros auxilios, por favor envíe un correo a Edison.pta.special.events@gmail.com o apúntese en los listados cercad del área del Cafecito. 3. Por favor asegúrese de preguntar a su representante de salón qué se necesita para la Canasta para la Lotería. Necesitamos todos los productos antes del lunes 4 de febrero, para poder armar las canastas. 4. ¿Su salsa casera siempre es lo mejor de sus fiestas? Pues tráigala la noche del baile para que participe en el concurso de salsa caseras. El ganador o ganadora recibirá un premio especial. 5. ¡Los boletos para la rifa serán enviados a casa en el paquete de los miércoles! Por favor ayúdenos a seguir financiando nuestros programas, vendiendo la mayor cantidad de boletos que pueda. ¡Tenemos increíble premios para repartir! 6. Lo más importante es que necesitamos que todos se apunten para ayudar a preparar, limpiar, ayudar en la Lotería, supervisar el área de juegos, ser jurado en el concurso de salsa casera, etc. Los listados para apuntarse están en la cartelera cerca del área del Cafecito. Nuevamente muchas gracias por todo su apoyo a nuestra escuela y por hacer que nuestros eventos sean siempre exitosos.

PTA de Edison


Dancing! ──── Salsa Making Competition! ──── Loteria! and Raffle

──── Games and Photobooth! ──── International displays

CELEBRATING:

“Our Cultural Diversity” Hosted By: The Edison PTA For more information or to volunteer: Edi son.pta.special.events@gmail.com

──── Yummy Food and Drinks Supporting our 5th Grade class

Edison Language Academy

5:30-8:30pm


¡Baile! ──── Concurso de Degustación de Salsa ──── ¡Lotería! y Rifas ──── ¡Juegos y Cabina de Fotos! ──── Mesas del Patrimonio Cultural ────

“Nuestras Diversidad CUltural” Patrocinado por: Edison PTA Para mas Informaciones o Para ser Voluntario: Edison.pta.special.events@gmail.com

Venta de Rica Comida y Bebidas para a poyar Nuestros Estudiantes del 5° grado

Edison Language Academy 5:30-8:30pm


VALENTINE’s DANCE DANCE  Friday, February 8th,  8th,  2019   2019   ▪ 2­Night Stay in Topanga Canyon:  Private Modern Home on one acre.  Sleeps 4! 

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

▪ Aquarium of the Pacific Tickets and gifts. 

            

▪ 2­Night (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 8 th .  For more  information please contact:   edison.pta.special.events@gmail.com 


BAILE DE DE   SAN VALENTÍN  VALENTÍN 

Viernes 8 de Feb., Feb.,  2019   2019 ▪ Estadía de 2 noches en Topanga Canyon:  Moderno hogar privado en un acre.  ¡Pueden dormir hasta 4 personas! 

▪ Certificado de regalo para masaje de 60 minutos en The Massage Place! 

▪ Boletos y regalos para el Acuario del Pacífico. 

            

▪ Estadía de 2 Noches en el Hotel Casa del Mar en Santa Mónica (en la playa).  

▪ ¡Canastas de Regalo Sorpresa!  Los ganadores serán seleccionados en nuestro Baile Anual de San Valentín el viernes 8 de febrero.  Para más información, favor contactar a  edison.pta.special.events@gmail.com 


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Enjoy a delicious, homemade dinner at the Valentine’s Day Dance, Friday, Feb. 8, 2019 (served by 5th Grade parents) Disfrute de una deliciosa cena casera en el Baile del Día de San Valentín, el viernes 8 de febrero de 2019 (servido por las familias de 5º grado) DINNER / CENA Pozole ($5) Pozole to-go/para llevar ($10 / 1 liter) Chicken Tinga Tostada Combo / Combo de Tostada de Tinga ($5) Tostada de Tinga a la carte ($3) Chicken Tinga to-go / para llevar ($5 / 0.5 liter) Rice & Beans / Arroz y Frijoles ($2) Veggie sushi / Sushi vegetariano ($5) California roll / Rollos California ($7) Venezuelan empanadas (meat and vegetarian options) / Empanadas venezolanas (opciones de carne y vegetariana) ($3 each/unidad) DRINKS / BEBIDAS ($1 each) Jugos / Juices Café / Coffee Champurrado / Hot Chocolate Agua Fresca / Fruit Water DESSERTS / POSTRES Cupcakes ($1) Arroz con Leche / Rice Pudding ($2) Valentine Cookies / Galletas ($1) Conchas / Mexican Sweet Bread ($1)


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Edison Language Academy Spring 2019 Registration Dates Registration Opens: Wednesday, January 30, 2019 6:00 AM Online & 8:30 AM at the Youth Office

Classes begin the week of March 11th

Registration and Waitlist Closes: Friday, February 22, 2019 5:30 PM Online & the Youth Office

REGISTER ONLINE AT: www.smgov.net/reserve REGISTER IN PERSON AT: Reed Park Youth Office: 1133 7TH ST. Santa Monica, CA. 90403 Office: (310)458-8540/ Fax: (310)451-3569 For class descriptions, please visit our website: www.smgov.net/crest


Edison Language Academy Monday

March 11, 18, 25, April 1, 22, 29, May 6, 13

Art Adventure

$185

TK & K 1:45 PM-2:45 PM 4501.191

Yoga

$170

TK & K 1:45 PM-2:45 PM 4501.124

*BlocksCAD 3-D Printing (3rd-5th)

$195

1st-5th 3:05 PM-4:05 PM 4501.125 3rd-5th 3:05 PM-4:05 PM 4501.199

*Blocks CAD 3-D Material Fee $35

Tuesday

No class on April 8, 15

Payable to: BlocksCAD

March 12, 19, 26, April 2, 23, 30, May 7, 14

No class on April 9, 16

Baile Folklรณrico

$170

TK & K 1:45 PM-2:45 PM 4501.118

1st-5th 3:05 PM-4:05 PM 4501.119

*Summer Cooking

$185

TK & K 1:45 PM-2:45 PM 4501.195

1st-5th 3:05 PM-4:05 PM 4501.194

Baile Folklรณrico class is a continuation of Winter 2019. Priority registration for returning students. *Please notify CREST staff if your child has any food allergies if enrolled in cooking class.

Wednesday (Early Dismissal) March 13, 20, 27, April 3, 24, May 1, 8, 15 Tennis

$170

Play To Your Health

$140

Thursday

TK & K 1:45 PM-2:45 PM 4501.196

No class on April 10, 17

1st-5th 3:05 PM-4:05 PM 4501.123 1st-5th 1:55 PM-2:55 PM 4501.126

March 14, 21, 28, April 4, 25, May 2, 9, 16

No class on April 11, 18

Rockstar Dramatics

$180

TK & K 1:45 PM-2:45 PM 4501.112

Musical Theatre

$160

1st-5th 3:05 PM-4:05 PM 4501.116

*Tech Tycoons (3rd-5th)

$195

3rd-5th 3:05 PM-4:05 PM 4501.190

*Tech Tycoons Material Fee $35 Payable to: Digital Dragon

Friday

March 15, 22, 29, April 5, 26, May 3, 10, 17

No class on April 12, 19

*Guitar

$165

TK & K 1:45 PM-2:45 PM 4501.193

1st-5th 3:05 PM-4:05 PM 4501.192

*Egghead Astronauts

$170

TK & K 1:45 PM-2:45 PM 4501.198

1st-5th 3:05 PM-4:05 PM 4501.197

Guitar class is a continuation of Winter 2019. Priority registration for returning students. *Guitar Material Fee $5

Payable to: Santa Monica Conservatory of Music

*Egghead Astronauts Material Fee $25

Payable to: Rocketology, LLC.

Late Pick Up Policy: When your child is picked up after the program end time, you are required to sign a CREST Late Pick-Up form. Fee for late pick-up is $1 per minute, per child. Continued late pick-up will require a meeting with the Program Supervisor. Material Fee Policy: Material fees are due by the end of the second class, and should be paid directly to the contractor. These fees are separate from the registration fee, and financial assistance does not apply to them. They must be received by the second class meeting or the participant will be automatically dropped from the class.


• City of Santa Monica • Community & Cultural Services Department • Human Services Division •

Elementary School TK–5

Registration is Wednesday, January 30—February 22 All sports are co-ed Coe Grade Level:

SOCCER

VOLLEYBALL

TRACK

TK/K—2nd

Grades 3-5

Grades 3-5

Grades 2-5

(Superstars & Rookies

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Practice Day:

Mondays Only

Wednesdays & Fridays

Tuesdays & Thursdays

Tuesdays & Thursdays

Start/End day:

March 11/ May 13

March 13/ May 18

March 12/ May 18

March 12/ May 23

1st Game Day:

No Games

March 23

March 23

Intramural meet TBD

Registration with payment is required for participation Fees are : $130 for Superstars, Rookies & Track Club  $135 for League (2nd-5th) No practices or games will be held during Spring recess (April 8—20),

REGISTER ONLINE AT: smgov.net/reserve Online registration opens at 6:00 a.m. on Wednesday, January 30

Register In Person At: Reed Park Youth Office 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. M-F 1133 7TH Street Santa Monica, CA 90403 For more information:

smgov.net/crest or call (310) 458-8540


2019 SPRING ELEMENTARY SPORTS PROGRAM INFORMATION EVERYONE plays …… at least half of every game.

NO tryouts, no cuts…… any child TK-5 is eligible to play.

PLAYER DEVELOPMENT…We give young athletes the opportunity to compete and learn the skills and and rules of their chosen sport.

TEAMS ARE BALANCED…… skill levels are evenly dispersed.

GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP…… Winning and losing with grace.

Superstars Soccer Club (TK & K) / $130: Our novice sports program introduces the basic skills and rules of soccer with an emphasis on positions and terminology. No games. Club meets for one-hour on Mondays, starting 15 minutes after school dismissal. Kids will be picked up from their classroom.

Rookies Soccer Club (1st– 2nd grade) / $130: Our novice sports program introduces participants to the basic skills and rules of soccer through game-time situations and scrimmages in preparation for the next level of play. The Club meets for one hour on Mondays, 15 minutes after school dismissal. Kids meet their coach on the field. SAP kids are picked up from their SAP classroom.

Soccer League (3rd– 5th grade) / $135: This is a recreational soccer league that practices on Wednesdays and Fridays for one-hour and thirty minutes. Weekly games are held on Saturdays. The league plays 7 vs. 7 with a 20:00 minute per half running clock. Some games may be held during the week in order to accommodate all of the teams.

Volleyball League (3rd– 5th grade) / $135: This is a co‐ed volleyball league that will have practice on Tuesdays and Thursdays and a weekly game on Saturdays. This league plays 6 on 6, with a 20:00 minute per half running clock, throughout the match. Some games may be held during the week in order to accommodate all of the teams.

Track Club (2nd– 5th grade) / $130: This co‐ed track club has training sessions on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Practices are structured to introduce a variety of fundamental running skills related to the sport. Towards the end of the season, the program will feature one scrimmage friendly between your child’s club and one of the other elementary schools. Participants may be leaving campus for this scrimmage event and it will be held during one of the regularly scheduled training days.

EARLY DISMISSAL: Early dismissal days vary per school. Please check with your child’s coach for any adjustments to the regular practice or training schedule. LOCATIONS: Practices are held at SMMUSD schools Edison, Franklin, Grant, McKinley, Muir, Rogers, Roosevelt & SMASH. Games are held at Memorial Park Gym, John Adams or Lincoln Middle School gyms.


Biblioteca Pública de Santa Monica (Pico Branch) y Edison Language Academy Presentan Clases de Tecnología para Padres de Familia

Semana 1-3 Introducción a Microsoft Word (Biblioteca) Semana 9 Introducción a las APPS (Biblioteca) Aprenderá las cuestiones básicas de Word en cuanto a introducción Aprenderá que son las aplicaciones (APPs), donde las encontramos, de texto, desplazamiento y selección dentro de un documento. como las descargamos, y mucho más. Opciones simples de edición, guardar documentos, incluir visuales y mucho mas.

Semana 4-5 Introducción al Internet (Biblioteca)

Semana 10-12 Como Usar Las herramientas digitales

Una breve introducción al internet y como lo puede usar para hacer de Edison (Laboratorio de Computadoras en Edison) una búsqueda de información segura. Se le introducirá a las My School Anywhere, Edison Amigos, Edison epacket, Edison PTA e paginas educacionales y aprenderá a navegarlas Blast

Semana 6-7 Introducción al Correo Electrónico (Biblioteca)

Aplicaciones educativas utilizadas por los estudiantes de Edison (Laboratorio de Computadoras en Edison)

Aprenderá como funciona el correo electrónico, como enviar un mensaje, como abrir y contestar un mensaje, y como mandar documentos adjuntos.

Dojo, Raz Kids, Lexia, Reflex Math, ST Math, Kid Biz, Typing Club, Discovery Ed, Hour of Coding, Google Claasroom

Semana 8 Las Precauciones del Internet (Biblioteca) Aprenderá acerca de las precauciones que debe tener al usar el internet. Hablaremos de los fraudes, correos electrónicos no deseados, sitios cultos, y mucho más.

Para registrarse favor de contactar a la VP de comunicaciones de Edison edison.pta.communications@gmail.com o 310/880-7682

Todos los jueves Empezando el 7 de febrero, 2019 9:00am—10:30am 9 semanas en Pico Branch Library (Annex) 3 semanas en la escuela Edison


SMMUSD Elementary Lunch Menu

*Menu Subject to change

Prepay online at www.myschoolbucks.com Friday-Feb. 1

Do you know that your kids

PIZZA FRIDAY! Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza Garden Salad Vegetarian Option: Power Pack Assorted Deli Sandwiches

Daily Milk Options: 1% white-(Breakfast & Lunch) Nonfat White-(Breakfast & Lunch) Nonfat Chocolate-(Lunch Only)

can go to the fruit and salad bar every day?

Pizza de Queso o Salchicha

Monday-Feb. 4 Bosco Cheese Sticks W/Marinara

Tuesday-Feb. 5 Regular or Spicy Chicken Patty Sandwich

Steamed Broccoli Vegetarian Option: Grilled Cheese Sandwich

Roasted Carrots

Assorted Deli Sandwiches

Assorted Deli Sandwiches Vegetarian Option: Hummus Box

Wednesday-Feb. 6 Brunch For Lunch French Toast, Canadian Bacon

Tater Tots, 100% Juice Or Popin’ Chicken Salad Vegetarian Option: Protein Box w/Bagel

Thursday-Feb. 7

Friday-Feb. 8

BUILD YOUR OWN BURGER Roasted Corn Baked Lays Chips

PIZZA FRIDAY! Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza Green Salad

Vegetarian Option: Power Pack Assorted Deli Sandwiches Vegetarian Option: Bean & Cheese Burrito

Assorted Deli Sandwiches

Palitos de Queso con Salsa Marinara

Sandwich de Pollo Empanizado

Palitos de Pan Frances

Haga su Propio Hamburguesa

Pizza de Queso o Salchicha

Monday-Feb. 11 Baked Chicken Drumstick

Tuesday-Feb. 12 Oven Baked Chicken Nuggets

Wednesday-Feb. 13 Rotini Pasta w/Meat Sauce

Thursday-Feb. 14 Hot Dogs and Hamburgers

Friday-Feb. 15

Rice Carrots

w/Broccoli & Assorted Fruit

w/Baked Potato Wedges Assorted Deli Sandwiches

Vegetarian Option: Bean & Cheese Pupusa Assorted Deli Sandwiches

Assorted Deli Sandwiches Vegetarian Option: Hummus Box

Vegetable Medley or Chicken Cesar Salad Assorted Deli Sandwiches Vegetarian Option: Protein Box w/Bagel

Vegetarian Option: Bean & Cheese Burrito

Pollo Horneado

Piezas de Pollo

Pasta con Salsa con Carne

Perro Caliente y Hamburguesa de Res

Pizza de Queso o Salchicha

Tuesday-Feb. 19 Baked Chicken Tenders

Wednesday-Feb. 20 Brunch For Lunch Waffle Sticks, Beef Sausage Patty,

Thursday-Feb. 21 Orange Chicken

Friday-Feb. 22

Steamed Cauliflower & Carrots

WASHINGTON’S BIRTHDAY HOLIDAY

Assorted Deli Sandwiches Vegetarian Option: Hummus Box

PIZZA FRIDAY! Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza Tossed Salad

Brown Rice, Steamed Broccoli

Baked Tater Tots, 100% Juice Or Chef Salad Assorted Deli Sandwiches Vegetarian Option: Protein Box w/Bagel

Assorted Deli Sandwiches Vegetarian Option: Bean & Cheese Burrito

Vegetarian Option: Power Pack Assorted Deli Sandwiches

PIZZA FRIDAY! Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza Garden Salad Vegetarian Option: Power Pack

Assorted Deli Sandwiches

Palitos de Waffle

Piezas de Pollo a Savor de Naranja

Pizza de Queso o Salchicha

Monday-Feb. 25 Beef Taco Salad

Tuesday-Feb. 26 Roast Chicken

Wednesday-Feb. 27 Baked Ziti w/Turkey Meat Sauce

Tortilla Chips Beans

Baked Cross Trax Fries Green Beans

Steamed Broccoli

Thursday-Feb. 28 Home Made Grilled Cheese Sandwich

Yogurt Parfaits are Offered Daily

Assorted Deli Sandwiches Vegetarian Option: Grilled Cheese Sandwich

Piezas de Pollo

Assorted Deli Sandwiches Vegetarian Option: Hummus Box

Corn Or Southwest Chicken Salad Assorted Deli Sandwiches Vegetarian Option: Protein Box w/Bagel

Assorted Deli Sandwiches Vegetarian Option: Bean & Cheese Burrito

Macaron con Salsa con Carne de Pavo Ensalada de Taco de Res Sandwich de Queso Pollo Horneado 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: Mandarins    

Mandarins that have a deep orange-red color are called tangerines. Other types of mandarins include satsumas, clementines, and tangelos. A ½ cup of mandarins is an excellent source of vitamin C and a good source of vitamin A. Look for Mandarins with glossy, deep orange skins. Keep on the counter and use within a few days or store in the refrigerator for up to one week. Mandarins are easy to peel and make a great afternoon snack. Add mandarins to a green salad. 2-Week Cycle Elementary Breakfast Menu

Cycle Date Cycle 1

Feb. 4-9 Feb. 19-22

Cycle 2

Feb. 11-15 Feb. 25-Mar 1

Menu is Subject to Change without notice

Coffee Cake Or Cereal w/ Graham Crackers

English Muffin w/Sausage Or Cereal w/ String Cheese

Mini Pancakes Or Cereal w/ Graham Crackers

Do It Yourself Breakfast Burrito Or Cereal w/ String Cheese

Banana Bread Or Cereal w/ Graham Crackers

Blueberry Muffin Or Cereal w/String Cheese

Waffle Or Cereal w/Graham Crackers

Breakfast Pizza Bagel 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

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

Opt out of Nonfat Chocolate Milk via email at fns@smmusd.org

MEAL PRICES Elementary Full Price Breakfast-$1.50 Secondary Full Price Breakfast-$1.75 Reduced Breakfast-$0.30 Elementary Full Price Lunch-$3.50 Secondary Full Price Lunch-$4.00 Reduced Lunch-$0.40 Adult Prices: Breakfast-$2.25 Lunch-$4.25

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