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ANNOUNCEMENTS Caring for Kids in Hot Weather – We’re having unseasonably hot weather this week.! Please dress children in lightweight clothing and try to send them with a re-usable water bottle. We watch the temperatures closely and as the thermometer rises we decrease aerobic activity, increase water and rest breaks, and when temperatures get too high, we move snack and lunch time, recess and PE indoors. We also encourage frequent hydration and watch carefully for signs of heat exhaustion. Pre-School, TK or Kinder 2018-19? If you want to claim a sibling priority for an entering Preschooler or student for Transitional Kindergarten or Kindergarten in 2018-19, applications are due Friday, October 27, 2017. Thank You and Farewell to Tina Gonzalez! Our school counselor (through Family Services of Santa Monica - FSSM) Tina Gonzalez moved last year out to Claremont and the commute has proven to be too much. Her last day with us will be this Thursday. Her cases have been reassigned and FSSM is interviewing for a replacement counselor. Heartfelt thanks to Tina for her work with our students and families! We will miss you! Garden News –Thanks to the families who came out on Friday, October 20 to help move a small mountain of soil into the garden beds! Parent Teacher Conferences Are Coming th November 6-9 . These are important opportunities to review your child’s progress and talk with your child’s teacher about how to work together to support your child. If you have not already done so, see your child’s teacher to sign up for a conference! Halloween Parade – On Halloween morning (October 31), Edison has a fun tradition of a Halloween Costume Parade on the field. Beginning at 9:00 am, the DJ cranks up the spooky/fun tunes and students walk and dance around the field. Adults (in school appropriate costumes!) are welcome to join in the fun. No weapon props or excessive gore please (we have young students!) and students should not walk to school wearing masks. If your child for any reason does not want to come to the field, we will have an alternate activity in the library. Bring a cup of coffee and your camera!

FROM THE PRINCIPAL’S DESK: TEACHING STUDENTS TO BE GOOD SPORTS I had the pleasure of watching two of our flag football teams play last Saturday at Memorial Park. The kids played hard, worked well together as a team, had fun, and were great examples of good sports. And, very importantly, the Edison families attending the game did a tremendous job of modeling both support for the students and good sportsmanship! They applauded for good plays and impressive effort by both teams. Children learn a lot by watching the ways that coaches and family members behave on the sidelines and our students had great role models on Saturday! The dictionary describes a “good sport” as someone who exhibits polite behavior even or especially when things go wrong. Being a good sport is all about respect – respect for your teammates, respect for the players on the other team, respect for teachers, coaches and referees. While it’s fun to win, what kids learn goes well beyond the rules of the game and beyond winning and losing. The real goals of playing sports in elementary school include building the habit of exercise and fitness, having fun with peers, and learning important social skills -- like listening, communicating, learning to work as a team, and being a good sport. Many of our students – like the ones who were playing on Saturday -- participate in the CREST Sports program operated by the City of Santa Monica. According to the City of Santa Monica, “CREST Sports is a non-competitive recreation program where everyone participates regardless of ability while giving athletes the opportunity to compete and learn about the skills and rules of each sport.” CREST Sports works to cultivate an environment that promotes and encourages positive youth character development and as such includes the requirement that parents and players sign a code of conduct to participate. Failure to follow that code can result in removal of family members from the sidelines and/or a child from a team. I appreciate the way that CREST staff enforce that code – keeping it safe, respectful, and fun for everyone. The good sportsmanship that our children learn in elementary school is important because it “helps you develop an attitude of graciousness and respect that carries over into all the other areas of your life. If you're a good sport on the field, you'll also likely be a good sport in the classroom. Being a good sport in the classroom will eventually lead to being a good sport in the workplace. (www.wonderopolis.org).” Thanks to our coaches and families for helping students learn to be gracious and respectful in sports, and in all areas of their lives!

October 31 – 9:00 am Edison Halloween Parade

November 2 – Blue Dog Orders Arrive – After school Blue Dog Reward

November 3 Make Up Picture Day


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Cuidando Niños en Clima Caliente - ¡Estamos teniendo clima caliente fuera de temporada esta semana! Por favor vistan a sus hijos con ropa ligera y traten de mandarlos con una botella de agua reciclable. Nos fijamos en las temperaturas cuidadosamente y en cuanto el termómetro sube bajamos la actividad aeróbica, aumentamos el agua y descansos, y cuando las temperaturas se ponen muy altas, movemos las meriendas y almuerzos, recreo y educación física para adentro. También recomendamos frecuente hidratación y observamos con cuidado por señas de agotamiento por calorl. ¿Preescolar, Kindergarten Transicional o Kindergarten en el 2018 – 2019? – Si quieren pedir una prioridad de hermanitos para un estudiante entrando a Preescolar, Kindergarten Transicional o Kindergarten en el 2018-2019, las solicitudes deben ser entregadas a más tardar el viernes, 27 de octubre, 2017. ¡Gracias y Adios a Tina Gonzalez! – Nuestra Consejera Escolar (por medio de Servicios Familiares de Santa Mónica – FSSM) Tina González se mudó el año pasado a Claremont y el viaje se demostrado ser demasiado. Su último día con nosotros será este jueves. Sus casos han sido re-asignados y FSSM está entrevistando en búsqueda de un nuevo consejero/a. ¡Agradecemos de corazón a Tina por su trabajo con nuestros estudiantes y familias! ¡Te extrañaremos! Noticias del Jardín – ¡Gracias a las familias quienes vinieron el viernes, 20 de octubre para ayudar a mover una montaña pequeña de tierra a las camas de jardín! Las Conferencias de Padres y Maestros se Acercan del 6 – 9 de Noviembre. Estas son oportunidades importantes para revisar el progreso de su hijo/a y hablar con el maestro/a de su hijo/a sobre cómo trabajar juntos para apoyar a su hijo/a. ¡Si aún no lo han hecho, comuníquense con el maestro/a de su hijo/a para apuntarse para una conferencia! Desfile de Halloween - En la mañana de Halloween (31 de octubre), Edison tiene una tradición divertida de un Desfile de Disfraces de Halloween en el pasto. Comenzando a las 9:00 am, el DJ le arranca a los sonidos espantosos/divertidos y los estudiantes caminan y bailan alrededor del pasto. Los adultos (¡en disfraces apropiados para la escuela!) están invitados a unirse a la diversión. No armas ni excesiva sangre por favor (¡tenemos niños pequeños!) y los estudiantes no deben caminar a la escuela usando mascaras. Si su hijo/a por cualquier razón no quiere venir al pasto, tendremos una actividad alterna en biblioteca. ¡Traiganse un café y su cámara!

DEL ESCRITORIO DE LA DIRECTORA: ENSEÑÁNDOLES A LOS NIÑOS A SER BUENOS JUGADORES Tuve el placer de mirar a dos de nuestros equipos de fútbol de bandera jugar el sábado pasado en el Parque Memorial. Los niños jugaron duro, trabajaron bien, juntos cómo equipo, se divirtieron y fueron grandes ejemplos de buenos jugadores. ¡Y, muy importante, las familias de Edison quienes asistieron al juego hicieron un trabajo enorme de modelar ambos el apoyo para los estudiantes y deportividad! Aplaudieron por las jugadas buenas y el esfuerzo impresionante de ambos equipos. ¡Los niños aprenden mucho mirando las maneras en las cuales los entrenadores y los miembros de la familia se comportan en las líneas de observadores y nuestros estudiantes tuvieron modelos grandes el sábado! El diccionario describe a “un buen jugador” cómo alguien quien exhibe comportamiento cortés aun especialmente cuando las cosas salen mal. Ser un buen jugador se trata todos de respeto – respeto para sus compañeros, respeto para los jugadores del otro equipo, respeto para los maestros, entrenadores y árbitros. Aunque es divertido ganar, lo que los niños aprenden más allá de las reglas del juego y más allá de ganar y perder. Las verdaderas metas de jugar deportes en la escuela primaria incluyen construir el hábito de ejercicio y forma, divertirse con compañeros, y aprender habilidades sociales importantes – cómo escuchar, comunicarse, aprender a trabajar cómo equipo, y ser un buen jugador. Muchos de nuestros estudiantes – cómo los quienes jugaron el sábado – participan en el programa de Deportes CREST operado por la Ciudad de Santa Mónica. De acuerdo a la Ciudad de Santa Mónica, “CREST Deportes trabaja para cultivar un ambiente que promueve y anima el desarrollo positivo del carácter de jóvenes y cómo tal incluye el requisito que los padres y jugadores firmen un código de conducta para participar. La falla de seguir el código puede resultar en que los miembros de la familia sean eliminados de la línea de observadores y/o que un niño/a sea eliminado de un equipo. Aprecio la manera en la cual el personal de CREST refuerza este código – manteniéndolo seguro, respetoso, y divertido para todos. El buen deportismo que nuestros niños aprenden en la escuela primaria es importante porque “ayuda desarrollar un actitud de gracia y respeto que se transfiere a todas las otras áreas de sus vidas. Si eres un buen jugador en el salón eventualmente llegará ser un buen jugador en el área de trabajo. (www.wonderopolis.org).” ¡Gracias a nuestros entrenadores y familias por ayudar a los estudiantes aprender a ser cortés y respetosos en deportes, y en todas las áreas de sus vidas!

31 de octubre – 9:00 am Desfile de Halloween de Edison

2 de noviembre – Llegan las Ordenes de Perro Azul – Después de Clases Premio Perro Azul

3 de noviembre – Día para retomar fotos


Catalina, here we come! 5th Grade trip to Catalina Island Marine Institute (CIMI) Wednesday, January 31 to Friday, February 2, 2018 The total cost per student will be $265.00. A non-refundable deposit of $50.00 is required for all students and is due by Monday, October 30, 2017. The balance may be paid in full before January 15, 2017 or split into two payments: $115.00 by December 1, 2017 and $100.00 by January 15. Scholarship assistance is available. Mark your calendars for a mandatory Catalina meeting on Thursday, November 2 from 6:00-7:30 pm to answer questions about the trip, distribute packing lists, permission forms, and medical forms.

¡Catalina, aquí venimos! Viaje de 5to grado al programa de ciencias en Catalina Island Marine Institute (CIMI) Miércoles, 31 de enero hasta viernes, 2 de febrero,2018. El costo total por estudiante será $265.00. Un depósito no rembolsable de $50.00 es requerido antes del 30 de octubre, 2017. El balance se puede pagar por completo antes del 15 de enero, 2018 o dividido en dos pagos de $115 antes del 1 de diciembre, 2017 y $100 antes del 15 de enero. Marque su calendario ahora para una reunión obligatoria sobre Catalina el jueves, 2 de noviembre de 6:00-7:30 pm para distribuir listas para empacar, formas de permiso, y formas médicas .


Tuesday, October 31, 2017 – martes, 31 de octubre, 2017 9:00-10:00 am Edison Field – Pasto de Edison Join us for a fun Edison tradition as students parade and dance to a fun soundtrack of Halloween-inspired tunes in the annual Edison Halloween costume parade. Costumes appropriate for an elementary school with young children please – i.e., no pretend weapons and leave the gory and super scary masks at home! Safety First -- Any masks should not be put on until children are at school. Bring a set of regular school clothes as children will change out of their costumes after the parade. If your child does not want to participate for any reason, there will be an alternate activity in the library. Linger a little, bring your camera and join in the fun!

Acompáñenos para una tradición de Edison mientras los estudiantes desfilan y bailan al ritmo de sonidos inspirados por Halloween en el desfile anual de disfraces de Halloween en Edison. ¡Disfraces apropiados para una escuela primaria con niños jóvenes por favor – por ejemplo, no armas de juguete y dejen las máscaras sangrientas y súper espantosas en el hogar! Seguridad Primero – Cualquier máscara no se debe poner hasta que los niños estén en la escuela. Traigan un cambio de ropa regular para la escuela porque los niños se cambiaran de sus disfraces después del desfile. Si su hijo/a no quiere participar por cualquier razón, tendremos una actividad alterna en la biblioteca. ¡Quédense un rato, traigan sus cámaras y únanse a la diversión!


October 23, 2017

Dear Parents:

Our fall Parent/Teacher Conference period is scheduled from Monday, November 6th through Thursday, November 9th. It will be an opportunity for parents to receive a report of their child’s progress in school. It is also an opportunity for you and your child’s teacher to get to know each other better and discuss mutual concerns regarding his/her progress.

EARLY RELEASE DAY SCHEDULES WILL BE IN EFFECT FOR THESE CONFERENCE DAYS: Tues. Nov. 7, Wed. Nov. 8 & Thurs. Nov. 9. Pre-school: TK & Kinder: Grades 1 & 2: Grades 3-4-5:

Start: Start: Start: Start:

9:00 am 8:15 am 8:15 am 8:30 am

Dismissed: 12:25 pm Dismissed: 12:25 pm Dismissed: 1:35 pm Dismissed: 1:50 pm

IMPORTANT NOTICE: MONDAY, November 6th will be devoted to a full day of Parent/Teacher

Conferences. There will be NO CLASSES for students that day to enable teachers to conference with parents. FRIDAY, November 10th is Veteran’s Day Holiday, there are no class on this day. Parent-Teacher Conferences are an important part of your child’s growth and education, so make sure you have consulted with the teacher and scheduled a conference. If you have a shared custody arrangement and would prefer separate conferences, please work with your child’s teacher to schedule those appointments. On the day of the conference, if an emergency prohibits your attendance, please contact the school immediately at (310) 828-0335 ext. 61-348 or 61-349 so we can notify the teacher. Our teachers are looking forward to the opportunity to discuss your child’s progress with you and consult with you about how we can help your child thrive this year in school! Sincerely, Lori S. Orum Principal

Your scheduled conference is on: _______________________________________________________________ Date Time Room #


23 de octubre de 2017

Estimados Padres:

Nuestras Conferencias de otoño para los padres y maestros se llevarán a cabo del lunes, 6 de noviembre al jueves, 9 de noviembre. Será una oportunidad para que los padres reciban un reporte acerca del progreso de su hijo/a en la escuela. También será una oportunidad para conocer al maestro de su hijo/a y aclarar preocupaciones mutuas sobre el progreso académico de su hijo/a.

TENDREMOS HORARIO DE DIAS MINIMOS DURANTE LOS DIAS DE CONFERENCIAS: martes, 7 de nov. y miércoles, 8 de nov. y jueves, 9 de nov., Pre-school: TK & Kinder: Grados 1o y 2o: Grados 3o, 4o y 5o:

Comenzara: Comenzara: Comenzara: Comenzara:

9:00 am 8:15 am 8:15 am 8:30 am

Terminara: 12:25 pm Terminara: 12:25 pm Terminara: 1:35 pm Terminara: 1:50 pm

NOTICIA IMPORTANTE: El lunes, 6 de nov, será un día libre para los estudiantes para dedicar un día completo de conferencias, NO HABRA CLASES. Este día tendran conferencias todo el día con los padres y maestros. Viernes, 10 de noviembre es un día de fiesta (Día de los Veteranos), no hay clases este día. Nosotros pensamos que las conferencias entre los padres y maestros son muy importantes para el desarrollo y educación de sus hijos en la escuela. Por favor hable con la maestra para hacer una cita de conferencia. Si comparten custodia y necesitan conferencias separadas, por favor hablen con la maestra. Si ay un conflicto con el horario el día de la conferencia, por favor llame a la escuela inmediatamente a (310) 828-0335 ext. 61-348 o 61-349 para notificar a los maestros. Sinceramente,

Lori Orum Directora

Su cita de conferencia es: _______________________________________________________________ Fecha Tiempo Salón #


Attention Edison Families!! What does your culture offer the dead? Teachers and students are beginning to prepare for their classroom altars for Fall Festival/Dia de los Muertos. We are excited to see the beautiful classroom altar displays on Saturday, October 28th at the festival. This year, we would like to add to our altar exhibit and feature Edison’s diverse identities, backgrounds, and cultures in the context of Dia de los Muertos. There are many similarities among different cultures and how we honor and pay respect to the dead. We would love to learn about them at our Altar Exhibition. If you would like to share with us, we would like to learn what your culture offers your loved ones that have passed away. Please bring your items to the cafeteria on Friday, October 27th, in a bag, with your name, culture/heritage, list of items in the bag and contact information. The Fall Festival/Dia de los Muertos committee will display them (separate from your classroom altars) at the Altar Exhibit. We will be sure and return all items safely in the bag you provided after the culmination of the festival. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact Jan Chantarasompoth jchantara@gmail.com or Rebecca Cannara at rebecca.cannara@gmail.com.


¡¡ATENCIÓN FAMILIAS DE EDISON!! ¿CÓMO HONRA SU CULTURA A LOS MUERTOS? Los maestros y alumnos están empezando a preparar los altares del salón para el Festival de otoño / Día de Los Muertos. Estamos muy emocionados e impacientes de que llegue el sábado 28 de octubre para poder disfrutar de este hermoso espectáculo. Este año, queremos que esta celebración tenga en cuenta la diversidad cultural de nuestra comunidad, que los altares muestren cómo cada cultura/identidad/tradición honra a sus ancestros. Creemos que es una oportunidad maravillosa para conocernos mejor y aprender más sobre el tema. Los invitamos a participar y a compartir de qué manera su cultura honra a sus queridos difuntos. Para ello, favor traer algún artículo significativo a la cafetería en el viernes 27 de octubre en una bolsa con su nombre, cultura/tradición, lista de las cosas que presta escrita en la bolsa y su nombre y teléfono de contacto. La Comisión de Fiestas / Día de los Muertos mostrará los artículos separados de los altares por salón. Nos aseguraremos de devolver todos los artículos en la bolsa que nos haya proporcionado tras la culminación de la festival. Si tiene alguna pregunta, no dude en ponerse en contacto con: Jan Chantarasompoth a jchantara@gmail.com o Rebecca Cannara a rebecca.cannara@gmail.com.


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Edison Elementary

IMPORTANT WINTER REGISTRATION DATES REGISTRATION BEGINS:

WED, NOV 1ST

6AM ONLINE & 8:30AM IN THE OFFICE

REGISTRATION CLOSES: WED, NOV. 22ND @ 5:30PM CLASSES BEGIN:

WEEK OF DEC. 11TH

No Classes December 25, 2017– January 5, 2018 REGISTER ONLINE AT: www.smgov.net/reserve REGISTER IN PERSON AT: Reed Park Youth Office: 1133 7TH ST. Santa Monica, CA. 90403 For class descriptions, please visit our website: www.smgov.net/crest


Monday Music ‘N Motion

Tuesday Yoga Buddies

Dec. 11, 18, Jan. 22, 29, Feb. 5, 12, 26, Mar. 5 (No classes Jan. 8, 15, Feb. 19) $150

TK & K 1:45 PM-2:45 PM 4501.496

1st-5th 3:05 PM-4:05 PM 4501.494

Dec. 12, 19, Jan. 9, 16, 23, 30, Feb. 6, 13 $150

Wednesday

TK & K 1:45 PM-2:45 PM 4501.407

Early Release

Cooking Academy

$175

*2D Game Design

$185

1st-5th 3:05 PM-4:05 PM 4501.495

Dec. 13, 20, Jan. 10, 17, 24, 31, Feb. 7, 14

TK & K 1:45 PM-2:45 PM 4501.498

1st-5th 3:00 PM-4:00 PM 4501.497 1st-5th 2:00 PM-3:00 PM 4501.416

*2D Game Design Material fee $35

Thursday

Dec. 14, 21, Jan. 11, 18, 25, Feb. 1, 8, 15

Karate

$155

Musical Theatre

$150

Friday *Lego Engineering & Robotics

TK &K 1:45 PM-2:45 PM 4501.499

1st-5th 3:05 PM-4:05 PM 4501.490 1st-5th 3:05 PM-4:05 PM 4501.414

Dec. 15, 22, Jan. 12, 19, 26, Feb. 2, 9, 16 $170

TK & K 1:45 PM-2:45 PM 4501.415

1st-5th 3:05 PM-4:05 PM 4501.419

*Lego Engineering & Robotics Material fee $10

Hogwarts Academy!

$160 TK & K 1:45 PM-2:45 PM 4501.420

1st-5th 3:05 PM-4:05 PM 4501.421

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 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 participant will be automatically dropped from the class.


Annual College Success Summit Saturday October 21, 2017 9am - 4pm Virginia Ave Park (Teen Center Quad Area) 2200 Virginia Ave.

Registration: https://cash4college.csac.ca.gov/Home/ showWorkshopDetail?id=2328 Or https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2nd-annual-collegesuccess-summit-and-resource-fair-tickets-38026800183

What to Bring:  Copy

of 2016 Tax Returns  Personal Identification Information on hand  Most recent resume  Drafts of your Personal Statements

Fill out your FAFSA on the spot and learn more about the financial aid process! Presented By the Pico Neighborhood Partnership (PNP) In collaboration with the following organizations:

Resource Fair Meet College Reps Secure Resources for College College Prep Workshops Include Career Panel Applying to UCs Apply to CSUs Undocumented Students Info Student Athletes Get your Resume Reviewed Get Personal Statements Revised

Live Entertainment

For more Information: Karina Garcia 310.394.2582, ext 236 - kgarcia@smbgc.org or Jaime S. Cruz 310.458.8688, ext. 5474 - jaime.cruz@smgov.net Virginia Ave Park is served by Big Blue Bus Lines No. 7. The park is wheelchair accessible and welcomes persons of all abilities. For special accommodations, please contact 310.458.8688 or TTY 310.917.6626.


November 2017

SMMUSD-Elementary Lunch Menu

Varieties of Milk offered daily: 1% white-(Breakfast & Lunch)

New Item

*Menu Subject to change 1

Nonfat White (Breakfast &Lunch) Non-fat chocolate-(lunch only) 2

3

=Meatless Meal

Seasoned Turkey Taco Boat

Mini Twin Burgers

Pizza Friday!

Vegetarian Refried Beans Fresh Fruit and Veggie Bar Sidekick Freeze

Polka Dot Tots Fresh Fruit and Veggie Bar

Tony’s Thin Crust Pizza Cheese or Pepperoni Domino’s Pizza at:

Edison, Rogers, Grant

Fresh Fruit and Veggie Bar Hamburguesas Pequeñas con Queso

Taco con Carne de Pavo

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7

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9

Chicken Corn Dog

No School for Elementary Sites Pupil Free Day

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Seasoned Green Beans Fresh Fruit and Veggie Bar

13

14 Bean & Cheese Burrito

Mexican Rice Fresh Fruit and Veggie Bar

Garlic Cheese Toast Fresh Fruit and Veggie Bar

Build Your Own Sandwich

Pizza Friday!

Lays Potato Chips Fresh Fruit and Veggie Bar

Bagel Cheese Pizza Cheese or Pepperoni Domino’s Pizza at:

Franklin, McKinley, Roosevelt

Fresh Fruit and Veggie Bar

Garlic Breadstick Fresh Fruit and Veggie Bar

Lasana de Queso

Carne de res con salsa teriyaki

22 Oven Roasted Chicken

Seasoned Pinto Beans Whole Grain Tortillas Fresh Fruit and Veggie Bar

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23

Oven Baked Potato Wedges Fresh Fruit and Veggie Bar

Turkey Sausage Patty 100% Juice Fruit and Veggie Bar Palitos de Waffle

Prepay online at www.myschoolbucks.com

Pizza de Queso de Tony’s y Domino’s

24

No School

No School

Happy Thanksgiving!

Holiday

Haga su proprio Hamburgesa

29 Brunch For Lunch Waffle Sticks

Haga su proprio Sandwich

Build Your Own Hamburger

Pollo Horneado

30

Hearty Cheesy Beef Meatloaf

Mashed Potatoes Whole Grain Dinner Roll Fresh Fruit and Veggie Bar

½ cup serving of fruits/vegetables will be served with breakfast & lunch

17

Brown Rice Fresh Fruit and Veggie Bar

28 Four Cheese Lasagna

16 Teriyaki Beef Dippers

Sandwich de Pollo Crujiente

Tuesdays-Hummus Panini Box Wednesdays- Protein Box + Bagel Thursdays- Bean Taco Fridays- Cheese Pizza

Piezas de Pollo

Baby Baker Potatoes Fresh Fruit and Veggie Bar

Pasta con salsa marinara

27

Oven Roasted Potatoes Fresh Fruit and Veggie Bar

No School in honor of Veteran’s Day!

Crispy Chicken Sandwich

21

Spaghetti with Marinara Sauce

Chicken Tenders

Palitos de Waffle

15

Burrito de Frijoles y Queso

20

10

Brunch For Lunch Waffle Sticks

Turkey Sausage Patty 100% Juice Fruit and Veggie Bar

Perro de Pollo Caliente Empanizado

Pizza de Queso de Tony’s y Domino’s

Vegetarian Options:

1 (December) Popcorn Chicken

Sweet Corn Aloha Dinner Roll Fresh Fruit and Veggie Bar

Pizza Friday! Tony’s Thin Crust Pizza Cheese or Pepperoni Domino’s Pizza at:

Muir, Cabrillo, Pt. Dume, Webster

Fresh Fruit and Veggie Bar Palomitos de Pollo

Pizza de Queso de Tony’s y Domino’s

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 of fruit OR vegetable


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.

Persimmons

Produce Tips:      

Hachiya persimmons are rounded, slightly elongated and acorn-shaped, coming to a blunted point at their non-stem end. When fully ripe the fruits are a beautiful deep orange. Another indicator of ripeness is that the fruit should feel like a water balloon when resting in your hand. The flesh is even deeper orange in color and more striking then the skin. When ripe the flesh is jellied in texture. The flavor is candy sweet and great for use as a baking spice or sugar.

2-Week Cycle Elementary Breakfast Menu

Cycle Date Cycle 1

Nov. 6-10 Nov. 20-22

Cycle 2

Nov. 1-3 Nov. 13-17 Nov. 27-30

Menu is Subject to Change without notice

French Toast Sticks Or Cereal w/ Graham Crackers

Biscuit w/Sausage Or Cereal w/ String Cheese

Breakfast Pizza Or Cereal w/ Graham Crackers

Belgian Waffle Or Cereal w/ String Cheese

Yogurt with Whole Grain Muffin Or Cereal w/ Graham Crackers

Breakfast Pizza 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

Coffee Cake 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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