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ANNOUNCEMENTS

FROM THE PRINCIPAL’S DESK: BLUE RIBBONS AND NEW PROGRAMS

LOVE YOUR SCHOOL MONTH – If you have not yet made a direct donation to the Edison PTA this year, February is the month! When everyone in our community donates something, we’re able to fully fund the important programs and supplies that PTA provides to the school. Donate in February and you’ll also be entered in a drawing for four movie tickets and a gift card for dinner. LOVE YOUR EDISON LIBRARY! Volunteers needed on Monday February 22 and February 29 to help Carol prepare NEW books for the library, and other tasks. Please email Carol at cgarciaramirez@smmusd.org or go to the library bulletin board to sign up. Your help would be appreciated between 8:30 am and noon. Any time you can stay will help. VALENTINES DANCE – On Friday, February 12 from 5:30-8:30 pm come for delicious food, a family dance, lotería, karaoke, raffles, and more! And sign up to help at one of the activities – it takes a village to run a great Valentines Dance!! CORAZON DE VIDA COLLECTION -- We are continuing to collect new underwear and socks for the children in the Corazon de Vida orphanage in Ensenada, B.C. There are boxes in each classroom and in the breezeway. Can you add to the Edison donation that will be delivered by some of our families on February 27? There’s still room on the bus if you want to visit Corazon de Vida and help deliver our donations on February 27. Contact Chiara Arroyo for more information arroyochiara@gmail.com VALENTINES RAFFLE – Another opportunity to support Edison and potentially win some outstanding prizes is by selling raffle tickets. Additional books available in the front office. Turn in your money and ticket stubs to the office by Friday morning so your child is also entered in the student drawing on Friday mornings. Tickets will be pulled for the grand prizes at the Valentines Dance.

Recently, there have been several exciting developments that I want to share with you. Last week we were informed Edison is one 35 outstanding public schools nominated from California to join the esteemed community of National Blue Ribbon Schools. National Blue Ribbon Schools are public and non-public elementary, middle, and high schools that are producing outstanding results for all students. They have demonstrated consistent excellence, and made progress in closing gaps in student achievement. The National Blue Ribbon Schools recognition program is part of a larger U. S. Department of Education effort to identify and disseminate knowledge about effective school leadership and promising instructional practices. Edison was nominated as an Exemplary High Performing School. While we apply in March, final decisions are not made until the scores from this year’s state testing program are available. So we won’t hear about this for a while, but it’s an honor to be nominated. The SMMUSD Board of Education has also decided to open a dual immersion Pre-K program for four-year olds and a dual immersion Transitional Kindergarten (TK) program on the Edison campus beginning in the 2016-17 school year. A child is eligible for TK if the child will have his or her fifth birthday between September 2 and December 2. TK is the first year of a two-year kindergarten program that uses a modified kindergarten curriculum that is age and develop-mentally appropriate. Inquiries about enrollment in the TK program can be directed to the Edison office and interested parents are encouraged to attend a TK-K Orientation (make an appointment in the office). Enrollment protocols for the Pre-School program are still being finalized, so stay tuned! Both programs will be housed in the new PreK-TK building just being finished on the Edison campus. After a long journey, it looks like construction on our site will be winding to a close before Spring Break. Fencing and landscaping is being completed, new play equipment has been installed on the playground, and shortly we should have access to the entire blacktop playground. However, there have been problems with the new field so, as soon as the full playground opens, the field will be closed for grooming, leveling and replanting. Fruit trees have been planted and some initial planting beds established in the edible garden. We’re inching toward project completion! Feburary 15 Presidents Day Holiday – NO CLASSES

February 17 Metro Expo Line Safety Assemblies


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Mes de Amar a su Escuela– ¡Si ustedes aún no han hecho una donación directa a la PTA de Edison este año, Febrero es el mes! Cuando todos en nuestra comunidad donan algo, podemos fundar completamente los programas importantes y materiales que la PTA provee a la escuela. ¡Mes de Amar a su Biblioteca de Edison!– Se necesitan voluntarios los lunes 22 y 29 de febrero para ayudar a Carol a preparar libros NUEVOS para la biblioteca y otros trabajos. Por favor mándenle un correo electrónico a Carol al cgarciaramirez@smmusd.org o vayan al boletín en la biblioteca para apuntarse. Se les agradecerá si pueden ayudar entre las 8:30 y 12 del mediodía. Cualquier tiempo que se puedan quedar ayudará. Baile de San Valentín– ¡El Viernes, 12 de febrero de 5:30 – 8:30 pm vengan por comida deliciosa, un baile familiar, lotería, karaoke, rifas, y mucho más! Y apúntense para ayudar en alguna de las actividades – ¡se toma un pueblo para tener un gran Baile de San Valentín! Colección para Corazón de Vida – Continuamos colectando ropa interior nueva y calcetines nuevos para los niños del Orfelinato Corazón de Vida en Ensenada, B.C. Hay cajas en cada salón y en el pasillo. ¿Ustedes pueden agregarle a la donación que se entregará por algunas de nuestras familias el 27 de febrero? Todavía hay espacio en el autobús si quieren ir a visitar a Corazón de Vida y ayudar a entregar nuestras donaciones el 27 de febrero. Comuníquense con Chiara Arroyo para más información en arroyochiara@gmail.com Rifa de San Valentín – Otra oportunidad para apoyar a Edison y probablemente ganar unos premios sorprendentes es vendiendo boletos de rifa. Hay libros adicionales disponibles en la oficina principal. Entreguen su dinero y los boletos con la información antes del viernes por la mañana para que su hijo/a también entre al sorteo estudiantil el viernes por la mañana. Los boletos serán elegidos para los premios mayores en el Baile de San Valentín.

DEL ESCRITORIO DE LA DIRECTORA: GRATITUD LISTONES AZULES Y PROGRAMAS NUEVOS Recientemente, hemos tenido varios acontecimientos que quiero compartir con ustedes. La semana pasada nos informaron que Edison es una de 35 escuelas públicas nominadas de California para unirse a la comunidad estimada de Escuelas Nacionales de Listón Azul. Escuelas Nacionales de Listón Azul son escuelas públicas y privadas primarias, secundarias y preparatorias que están produciendo resultados sorprendentes para todos los estudiantes. Han demostrado excelencia consistente, y han hecho progreso hacia cerrar las diferencias en el rendimiento estudiantil. El programa de reconocimiento de Escuelas Nacionales de Listón Azul es parte de un esfuerzo mayor del Departamento de Educación de los Estados Unidos para identificar y compartir conocimiento sobre el liderazgo efectivo escolar y prácticas de instrucción prometedoras. Edison fue nominada como una Escuela Ejemplar de Alto Rendimiento. Aunque entregamos nuestra solicitud en marzo, las decisiones finales no se hacen hasta que los resultados del programa de exámenes estatales estén disponibles. Así es que no escucharemos de esto por un tiempo, pero es un honor ser nominados. La Mesa Directiva de Educación de SMMUSD también ha decidido abrir un programa Pre-escolar de doble inmersión para niños de cuatro años y un programa de Kindergarten Transicional (TK) en la escuela de Edison comenzando en el año escolar del 2016 – 2017. Para ser elegible para TK un niño/a debe cumplir sus cinco años entre el 2 de septiembre y el 2 de diciembre. TK es el primer año de un programa de Kindergarten de dos años que usa un curo de estudios modificados de Kindergarten que es apropiado para la edad y el desarrollo. Preguntas sobre la registración para el programa de TK pueden ser dirigidas a la oficina de Edison y a padres interesados se les recomienda que asistan a una orientación de TK-K (hagan una cita en la oficina). ¡Los procedimientos para la registración del pre-escolar todavía se están finalizando, así es que manténganse alertas! Ambos programas estarán en el nuevo edificio de PreK-TK que está por terminarse en la escuela de Edison. Después de una larga jornada, parece que la construcción en nuestro sitio estará por cerrar antes de las vacaciones de primavera. Los cercos y algo de jardinería están por completarse, nuevo equipo de juego se ha instalado en el patio, y en poco tiempo tendremos acceso al pavimento del patio entero. Sin embargo, hemos tenido problemas con el patio nuevo, así es que en cuanto el patio entero se abra, la cancha se cerrarra para embellecer, anivelar y re-plantar. Arboles de fruta han sido plantados y algunas plantas iniciales han sido establecidas en el jardín comestible. ¡Poco a poco nos acercamos hacia la compleción del proyecto!

15 de febrero – Día de Presidentes NO HAY CLASES

17 de febrero – Asambleas de Seguridad del Metro Expo Line


Valentine’s Day Dance is this Friday, Feb. 12! Let’s celebrate together, 5:30 – 8:30 p.m., at our school DANCE THE NIGHT AWAY There will be a live DJ, plus a performance with the band Baila Baila, salsa lessons and a Zumba session. GET CREATIVE Kids will love the craft stalls, photo booth (with dress-ups) and karaoke room. PLAY TO WIN Join a round or two of our popular lotería for a chance to win fabulous gift baskets. Plus, raffle winners will be announced. COME FOR DINNER Delicious dinner plates and refreshing drinks will be available for sale. SHARE THE LOVE We still need volunteers and donations. Thanks to everyone who has already signed up. Here are three easy ways to help:  Donate to your classroom lotería basket (deadline Thursday, Feb. 11) and for the Corazon de Vida orphanage trip. Details from your room rep.  Volunteer for an hour during the event. To sign up, see the PTA bulletin board in the cafecito area or go to www.tinyurl.com/edisonvalentines2016.  Sell $1 raffle tickets to family and friends.

Proceeds from the event benefit the Edison PTA, which helps fund school supplies and supports programs for our children.


¡El baile de San Valentín es este viernes, 12 de febrero! Celebremos juntos, 5:30 – 8:30 p.m., en la escuela BAILE TODA LA NOCHE Habrá un DJ en vivo, además de la presentación de la banda Baila Baila, lecciones de Salsa y una sesión de Zumba. USE SU CREATIVIDAD A los niños les encantarán las manualidades, el puesto de fotografía (con disfraces incluidos) y el karaoke. JUEGUE A GANAR Participe en el popular juego de Lotería y gane alguna de las maravillosas canastas de premio. Además, ganadores de la rifa serán anunciados. VENGA A CENAR Deliciosos platillos de cena y refrescantes bebidas estarán a la venta. COMPARTA EL AMOR Necesitamos su ayuda como voluntario y con donaciones para hacerlo realidad. Gracias a todos los que ya se han apuntado. Hay tres formas en las que pueden ayudar:  Done un artículo para la canasta de la lotería de su salón y para Corazón de Vida. El/La Representante de Salón ya les envió la información.  Sea voluntario por una hora durante el evento. Para apuntarse, pueden hacerlo en la lista ubicada en la cartelera de la PTA o vean al www.tinyurl.com/edisonvalentines2016.  Vendan boletos para la rifa a sus familiares y amigos. Los fondos recaudados beneficiarán a la PTA de Edison, que financia artículos escolares y diversos programas para nuestros niños.


Valentine’s Day Raffle 1st Prize: One night at the Casa del Mar Hotel and Dinner 2nd Prize: $250 3rd Prize: Wine Basket

INSTRUCTIONS FOR SELLING 1. Sell your tickets for $1 each to friends and family members only. DO NOT GO DOOR-TODOOR! Ask your parents to help you sell more tickets at work. 2. As soon as you sell your tickets, put the completed portion of the tickets and collected money into the envelope provided, and bring the filled envelope to your teacher. Checks should be made out to Edison PTA. Make sure that your name is written on the envelope so you can participate in weekly raffles. 3. If you need more tickets to sell, your parents can get more from the office. In order to qualify for the top selling class &weekly student raffles, all money and completed tickets must be turned in no later than Thursday, February 11th. If you have any unsold tickets, please return them to the office by 2/11. All proceeds go to the Edison PTA which pays for: School field trips, classroom supplies for teachers and students, services for students with special needs, KidBiz, etc. If each student sells at least 20 tickets, Edison can raise approximately $11,000!! Please help us reach this goal. It’s simple, fun, and essential. TOGETHER WE CAN DO IT! The DRAWING for the raffle will take place at the Valentine’s Dance on Friday, February 12th. You do not need to be present to win.


Rifa de San Valentín 1er Premio: Una noche en el Hotel Casa del Mar y Cena 2do Premio: $250 3er Premio: Canasta de Vino

INSTRUCCIONES PARA LA VENTA DE TALONARIOS 1. Vende los boletos a $1 cada uno a tus amigos o familiares. Por favor no vayas de puerta en puerta a vender a gente desconocido. 2. Cuando hayas acabado de vender, pon los recibos de los boletos, con los datos del comprador (su nombre completo con número de teléfono) y el dinero en el sobre amarillo. Entrega el sobre a tu maestro, asegúrate que el sobre tenga tu nombre para que puedas participar en los sorteos semanales. Se acepta pagos con cheques para el Edison PTA. 3. Si necesitas más boletos puedes pedirlos en la oficina. Pídele a tus padres que te ayuden a vender boletos en su trabajo. Para poder participar en el sorteo del salón más vendedor, tienen que devolver todos los boletos y el dinero completos antes del jueves, 11 de febrero. Si te sobran boletos, tráelos a la oficina antes del 11 de febrero. Así podremos venderlos en el baile.

Todo el dinero recaudado irá directamente a Edison PTA, que financia las excursiones, materiales para los alumnos y maestros, servicios para estudiantes con necesidades especiales, y eventos comunitarios, etc. Si cada estudiante vende un talonario de 20 boletos ¡podremos recolectar aproximadamente $11,000!

Gracias por ayudarnos a llegar a esta meta. Es divertido, sencillo, y esencial. ¡PODEMOS LOGRARLO JUNTOS!


Your School

Donate to Edison during the month of February and you will be entered in a drawing for a family package including 8 movie tickets to ArcLight Cinemas and a $100 gift card for dinner.

Dear Edison Families, We are all very fortunate to be part of this culturally-rich and diverse community. At Edison, what binds us together is that we all have the common interest to provide our children with a superior bilingual education. An important component to this education comes from a direct investment from the families. I am writing today about one specific way that you can participate now, by making a direct donation to the Edison PTA. How do our children benefit from the funds raised through the PTA? • • • • • •

Salaries for supervision staff; Fun and educational assemblies for all students; Field trips for every classroom to stimulating educational destinations outside of our immediate area; School supply budgets to provide every child with the necessary school supplies for the year; KidBiz online literacy program; Scholarships

In order to continue to provide the tools that directly benefit our children, we need your help. The suggested amount per student this year is $365. We realize not every family can donate at this level, so donate what your budget allows. No amount is too small and all donations are equally important. Anyone can contribute - grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, friends, etc. You can make your donation online at www.edisonamigos.com/direct-donation or use the attached envelope to pay by cash, check or credit card. For questions or assistance, contact me at melissalindley@me.com or (310) 895-0701. Thanks in advance for your generosity! Melissa Lindley Financial Secretary Edison PTA


Su Escuela Done a Edison durante el mes de febrero y se inscribirá en el sorteo de un paquete familiar que incluye 8 entradas de cine a Teatros ArcLight y una tarjeta de regalo de $100 para la cena.

Estimadas familias de Edison, Todos somos muy afortunados de ser parte de esta comunidad culturalmente rica y diversa. En Edison, lo que nos une es que todos tenemos el interés común de ofrecer a nuestros niños una educación bilingüe superior. Un componente importante de esta educación proviene de una inversión directa de las familias. Estoy escribiendo hoy sobre una forma en el cual usted específicamente puede participar ahora, al hacer una donación directa a la PTA de Edison. ¿Cómo nuestros niños se benefician de los fondos recaudados a través de la PTA? • Se pagan sueldos del personal de supervisión; • Asambleas divertidas y educativas para todos los estudiantes; • Excursiones de enseñanza para cada clase que estimula metas educativas fuera del programa específico; • Presupuestos de suministro para proporcionar a todos los niños con los útiles escolares necesarios para el año; • Materiales escolares suplementarias para alumnos de kinder para iniciar su aprendizaje de doble inmersión, inclusive tablas de abecedario, tarjetas de enseñanza y CD’s de música; • Programa de alfabetización en línea KidBiz • Becas Con el fin de seguir proporcionando las herramientas que benefician directamente a nuestros hijos, necesitamos su ayuda. La cantidad sugerida por estudiante este año es $365. Nos damos cuenta que cada familia no puede donar a este nivel y les pedimos que donen lo que su presupuesto lo permita. Ninguna cantidad es demasiado pequeña y todas las donaciones son igualmente importantes. Cualquiera puede contribuir - abuelos, tías, tíos, primos, amigos, etc. Usted puede hacer su donación en línea en www.edisonamigos.com/direct-donation o utilizar el sobre adjunto para pagar en efectivo, cheque o tarjeta de crédito. Para preguntas o asistencia, póngase en contacto conmigo a melissalindley@me.com o (310) 895-0701. Gracias anticipadas por su generosidad! Melissa Lindley Secretario de Finanzas PTA de Edison


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All Entries will be honored at an awards celebration on May 17th

Prizes, Food and Fun! Winning posters will be displayed at various city locations

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Rules and Guidelines: *Poster contest entries must comply with ALL of the following criteria to be eligible -Open to all K-12 students who live or attend school in Santa Monica -Only original artwork will be accepted. No copyrighted material will be accepted -Only one poster submission per student -Posters must be hand drawn (no glue/tape) on white paper with bold, bright, brilliant colors (Pens, paint, crayons, markers, pencils) -High School (grade 9-12) students may submit posters created in Adobe Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop or any other comparable design software -Poster dimensions MUST be 11”x17” (horizontal or vertical) -The theme, Buy Local Santa Monica! must appear somewhere on the poster -Include your Name, School, Grade, Teacher’s Name, Mailing Address, Email and Phone Number on the back of your submission -All entries will become property of the City of Santa Monica, which will hold publication rights for the winning entries. Entries may not be returned

Judging: The Judging Committee will choose winning entries in (4) categories: K-2, 3-5, 6-8, & 9-12 A Grand Prize winner, 2nd & 3rd place winners and Honorable Mention will be chosen from each category. Entries will be judged on originality, creativity of idea & artistic expression as they demonstrate the theme of this year’s contest.

Submissions: Submissions may be dropped off at: Sustainable Works Attn: Gina Garcia Poster Contest 1744 Pearl Street Santa Monica, CA 90405

Schools or teachers collecting multiple entries may schedule a pick-up by emailing

Gina Garcia gina@sustainableworks.org *Please include “Poster Pick-Up” in subject line

Deadline: Tuesday • April 5 • 2016 • 4pm

Stay Connected! @SustainableSantaMonica


BE PART OF A TEAM

2016 Spring Season Youth Basketball League SANTA MONICA FAMILY YMCA

Co-ed teams for ages 5 – 14

Skill Based Divisions

Each

  Games will be held on Saturdays or Sundays.     team will practice once or twice a week on a weekday.  

Once all teams are formed a game schedule will be available with the first games beginning in April and the   last games in June.   Divisions are based on skill level & age. Scholarships are available.  

Become a volunteer Coach or Assistant Coach. Referee opportunities are also available.

Register Online Today:

https://www.trinexum.com/HUB/SantaMonica

Important Dates (Skill Evaluation required ONLY players who did not play winter)

Skills Evaluations Ages 5-6: Monday, March 7th 4:30-5:30pm Skills Evaluations Ages 7-8: Monday, March 7th 6:00-7:00pm Skills Evaluations Ages 9-10: Tuesday, March 8th 4:30-5:30pm Skills Evaluations Ages 11 and over: Tuesday, March 8th 6:00-7:00pm Make-up Evaluations All Ages: Wednesday, March 9th 4:30-5:30pm th Mandatory New Parent’s Meeting: Wednesday, March 9 6:30-7:00pm @ the Y

For More Information Contact: Peter Arbogast, Youth Basketball Coordinator (310) 393-2721, ext. 137, ysports@ymcasm.org, www.ymcasm.org

SANTA MONICA FAMILY YMCA, 1332 6th St., Santa Monica, CA 90401


2016 Spring Youth Basketball League

Register Online Today:

https://www.trinexum.com/HUB/SantaMonica

Participant Information

Child’s Name:

Member#:

Birthday:_____/_____/_____Age:____ Grade: Uniform Information: Height:

Sex:

School:

Weight:_______ Shirt Size:

Address:

City:

Shorts Size:

Zip:

Guardian Information Parent/ Guardian Name:

Phone #:_________________

Address:

City:

Zip:

Email Address:__________________________________________________________ Parent/ Guardian Name: Phone #:_________________ Address:

City:

Zip:

Email Address:__________________________________________________________

Emergency Contact Relation to participant:

Name:

Phone #:____________________________Phone #____________________________ Ages Ages Ages Ages

Members  $100  $100  $100  $100

5-6 7-8 9 – 10 11 - 14

Non-Members  $175  $175  $175  $175

* Friends you want your child to be on the same team with. *Days & Times available to practice.

All payments are final and no refunds will be given after March 9, 2016. If you cancel before March 9, 2016 there is a $25 processing fee. Refunds will be given if not enough players sign up for a division, although some age groups may be combined differently. If you have not paid prior to March 9, 2016, your child will not be selected on a team and may not participate this season.

Payment Method: Card #:

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Credit:  Visa  AMEX  Master  Discover Exp. Date:

Total to Charge: $

Signature:___________________________________________________Date:_____________ For More Information Contact: Peter Arbogast, Youth Basketball Coordinator (310) 393-2721, ext. 137, ysports@ymcasm.org, www.ymcasm.org

SANTA MONICA FAMILY YMCA, 1332 6th St., Santa Monica, CA 90401  


RECREATIONAL AND LAP SWIM (no advanced registration needed) Spring begins February 16th Recreational Swim (Times are subject to change)

Diving boards (Times are subject to change)

Lap Swim

Monday – Friday 3:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Saturday – Sunday 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Saturday 11:15 am - 5:00 pm

Sunday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Monday & Wednesday 5:30 am - 8:00 am 3:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Tuesday & Thursday 5:30 am - 8:00 am 11:00 am – 1:00 pm 3:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Friday 5:30 am – 8:00 am 3:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Long course (50 meters)

Saturday 6:00 am - 5:00 pm

Sunday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Monday & Wednesday 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 5:30 am - 8:00 am

Saturday 6:00 am - 11:00 am *Swimmers under 18 must pass a swim test before using the Fitness Pool

Recreational & Lap Swim Fees Resident Resident Pass** Non-Resident Non-Resident Pass** Children

$1.50

$20.00

$3.00

$40.00

Adults

$3.50

$55.00

$7.00

$110.00

Senior/Student

$1.75

$30.00

$3.50

$60.00

Family Weekend

$8.00*

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Must provide a valid photo ID and/or current utility bill upon entrance to the facility to receive the reduced fee, including pass renewals Senior: 60 years and older *Family (one day) weekend rate: The fee covers up to two adults and two children; additional children admitted at regular rate. **Splash Pass or Fitness Pass: 20 swims per pass. Passes may be purchased anytime. Passes are non-transferable & non-refundable.

Spring 2016 Santa Monica Swim Center

The Swim Center’s heated, outdoor pools offer the perfect setting for your aquatic needs. PRIORITY ONLINE REGISTRATION FOR SANTA MONICA RESIDENTS ONLY Spring registration for Santa Monica residents will begin on February 3rd at 6:00a.m. Registration will be ONLINE ONLY from February 3rd through February 9th. Non-resident online registration begins February 10th. An online account is required to register on line, create your online account at smgov.net/reserve. MAIL-IN AND DROP-OFF REGISTRATION – Complete information on both sides of the registration form Completed resident and non-resident registration forms received via mail-in and drop-off will be processed beginning February 10th according to the date and time received at each registration office. Incomplete registrations will not be processed. Drop off registration forms will be accepted at the Swim Center Monday through Friday, 5:30am- 8:00am and 3:00pm- 7:00pm, Saturday and Sunday, 8:00am- 5:00pm.

The Santa Monica Swim Center 2225 16th Street Santa Monica, CA 90405 Phone: (310) 458-8700 Fax: (310) 450-5076 www.smgov.net/swim


ADULT FITNESS SWIM CLASS

This Adult Fitness Swim class is designed for those who would like to improve their swimming technique and form, as well as develop endurance and physical fitness. A coach will provide a swim workout that meets your current abilities, and will offer tips and techniques to improve your strokes.

Days and Times: Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 7:30pm to 8:30pm

YOUTH SPECIALTY CLASSES SESSION DATES: For children ages 8- 18. Specialty Classes meet for one hour and 15 minutes for specific dates and times as listed below. Fees: Residents $84.00

Non-Residents $168.00

Spring Board Diving

AQUA AEROBICS

Come and splash away the pounds or come for fun and fitness with our water aerobics program. This shallow water and deep water workout program includes the use of jogging belts and water barbells to increase strength and cardiovascular fitness. Each program is geared towards each participant’s fitness level and beginners are encouraged to attend.

Shallow Aqua Aerobics: Sunday 8:15- 9:15 am, Monday & Wednesday 7:00- 8:00pm

Deep Aqua Aerobics: Sunday 9:30- 10:30 am, Tuesday & Thursday 7:00- 8:00pm

Adult Fitness & Aqua Aerobics Fees Drop-in Resident

Pass Resident (10 Classes)

Adult

$5.50

$48.00

Senior/Student

$2.75

$24.00

Drop-in Non-Resident

Pass Non-Resident (10 Classes)

Adult

$11.00

$96.00

Senior/Student

$5.50

$48.00

Pass note: The pass is good for only the individual who purchased the pass (admits one entrance per day), non-transferable, non-refundable, and not interchangeable. Must Provide a valid photo ID and/or a current utility bill upon entrance to the facility to receive the reduced fees (including pass renewals).

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Certification Training Courses

Learn the skills needed to prevent and respond to emergencies in, on, and around the water.

This class is an introduction to the sport of springboard diving for youth. Beginning and intermediate skills will be taught through safe teaching practices. New dives will be introduced according to the ability and comfort level of the participant. Participants must be able to tread water for 1 minute keeping their head above water and swim 25 yards front crawl stroke with side breathing.

Saturdays: April 2-May21 Time: 2:45–4:00pm Water Polo

Learn a fun and challenging water sport where children will learn the basic skills and strategies of the game. Participants will be taught the rules of the game, ball control, passing, shooting, and basic play. Participants must be able to tread water for 1 minute keeping their head above water and swim 25 yards front crawl stroke with side breathing.

Saturdays: April 2-May21 Time: 3:45-5:00pm Synchronized Swimming

This fun music filled program is designed to develop endurance, flexibility and grace by combining swimming, gymnastics and dance. Participants will learn to perform basic synchronized swimming skills such as figures, egg beater, sculling and breath control while building self-esteem and creative expression. Participants must be able to swim 25 yards front crawl stroke, 25 yards backstroke, 25 yards breaststroke and tread water while keeping their head above water.

Sunday: April 3-May22 Time: 10:15-11:30am

Lifeguard Training Blended Learning Course

This American Red Cross class teaches professionalism, first aid, emergency oxygen administration, rescue skills and CPR for the Professional Rescuer. You must be 15 years of age by the last day of the course. Fees: Residents $105 Non-Residents $135 (plus a $35 non-refundable material fee)

Water Safety Instructor Blended Learning Course

This course is for participants 16 years and older who would like to become an American Red Cross certified Water Safety Instructor. We will combine in depth online learning with detailed class instruction, demonstration and practice. Fees: Residents $126 Non-Residents $158 (plus a $35 non-refundable material fee)

Shark Swim Team

Join the city’s novice swim team – The Sharks! Participate in coached workouts designed to build endurance, enhance technique and introduce novice swimmers into the world of swimming. Starts, turns competitive strokes and more are taught. Optional novice swim meets are held once a month on either a Saturday or Sunday. Tryouts will be held on March 7th, 2016 at the time the swimmer is registered for. There will be a parent meeting immediately preceding the tryouts. Participants must be able to complete: 100 yards of continuous front crawl stroke with side breathing and 25 yards of breaststroke, backstroke and butterfly with correct arm and leg action.

Fees: Resident. $117.00 Non-Resident $163.00 Material fee: $5.00 Session Dates: March 7 - May 27 (No practice March 21–April 1)

Jr Lifeguarding Program

If you are between the ages of 11 and 15, this is the program for you! Enroll Now and get a jump start on learning what it takes to become a Lifeguard Today! This American Red Cross Program teaches basic rescue skills, first aid, CPR and water safety. Fees: Residents $84 Non-Residents $115 ($35 non-refundable material fee) Sundays: April 3 - May 22 Time: 1-5pm

Days: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday Beginner 3:45 – 5:15 pm Intermediate/Advance 4:45 - 6:15 pm


CLASS LEVEL DESCRIPTIONS: PARENT AND ME: ages 6 months to 5 years This class is designed for parent-child interaction and focuses on acquainting a child with the water through play and song. Emphasis is placed on teaching parents techniques to stimulate development of their child’s fundamental swimming skills such as blowing bubbles, front & back glides, front & back kick, arm movement and floating.

Note: Infants must wear swim diapers under their suits. SEA HORSE Preschool Aquatics 1 & 2 Recommended ages: 3 to 5 years old This is a combination of preschool aquatics level 1 and 2. These levels create a transition between our Parent and Me and Learn-to-Swim levels. Children must be able to enter the water on their own. In this level, children develop safe practices and water confidence in and around the water. Students will work on bubble blowing, floating, kicking, arm actions and learn to perform skills independently when ready, such as retrieving submerged objects, gliding, and swimming for 2-3 body lengths. After completing Sea Horse (Preschool Aquatics 1 & 2), students are eligible to enroll into Sea Dragon (Preschool Aquatics 3) or Guppy (Level 2), depending on age.

MINNOW Level 3: Stroke Readiness To enter this level, participants must be capable of independently floating and swimming 5 body lengths on front and back with arm and leg coordination. Instructors will mainly focus on front crawl with side breathing and elementary backstroke, dolphin kick and scissors kick. Skills introduced include diving in deep water and treading water.

FISH Level 4: Stroke Development Children must be able to swim a minimum of 15 yards of the pool with coordinated front crawl and elementary backstroke before entering this level. Skills taught include refining front crawl stroke with side breathing and elementary backstroke, learn back crawl stroke, breast stroke, side stroke and butterfly. New skills introduced are open turns and head first entries.

BARRACUDA Level 5:Stoke Refinement This class is held entirely in deep water. Participants must be able to efficiently complete 25 yards of both front crawl, and elementary backstroke without stopping. Students will refine breaststroke, butterfly and sidestroke. New skills include shallow angle dive, surface dives and flip turns.

SEA DRAGON Preschool Aquatics 3 Recommended ages: 3 to 5 years old

TIGER SHARK Level 6: Fitness Swimmer

Before entering this level, children must be able to complete skills learned in Sea HorsePreschool Aquatics 2 independently, including front and back glides and swimming for 2-3 body lengths. In this level, children will build on the skills learned in Sea Horse with more emphasis on independence and coordination needed to further develop their water competency.

To enter this level, students must be able to complete 50 yards of front crawl and elementary backstroke and 25 yards of back crawl, breaststroke and butterfly. This level aims to develop good fitness habits and increase endurance, power and efficiency for the 4 competitive strokes. Children will learn to use a pace clock and calculate heart rate. Upon completion students will be ready for competitive swimming and specialty classes.

After completing Sea Dragon (Preschool Aquatics 3), students are eligible to enroll into Minnow (Learn-to-Swim Level 3).

POLLIWOG Level 1: Water Exploration for children 5 years and up This introductory level is the first level in our Learn-to-Swim program. Instructors focus on building students’ comfort and independence in the water. Skills taught include: bubble blowing, retrieving submerged objects, front & back glides, front & back kicks and front & back floats. All skills are practiced with the support of an instructor.

GUPPY Level 2: Primary Skills for children 5 years and up Before entering this level children must feel comfortable submerging their face underwater as well as floating on their stomach & back with the help of an instructor. Students will learn to perform skills independently such as float and recover to a standing position, glides, front & back arm motion, front & back flutter kick and an introduction to rhythmic breathing.

ADULT SWIM: Learning the Basics ages 14 years and up Learning the Basics is designed to help participants gain basic aquatic skills and swimming strokes, including the front crawl, breaststroke and elementary backstroke. Participants also learn skills and concepts needed to stay safe around water, in addition to those needed to help themselves or others in an aquatic emergency. Adults looking to refine specific stroke techniques may be better suited for the Adult Fitness Class.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ SWIM LEVEL ASSESSMENT Swim level assessments are available to determine the appropriate level for your child. Swim assessments are offered Mon - Fri 3:00pm – 6:00pm and Sat & Sun 11:00am – 4:00pm

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~CALL (310) 458-8700 FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE ABOVE CLASSES~


GROUP LESSONS

SEMI PRIVATE LESSONS

There are two four-week sessions. Within each session, classes meet on either Mondays & Wednesdays or Tuesdays & Thursdays. Saturday classes will meet for eight weeks. All classes meet for 30 minutes each day. Fees: Resident $42.00 Non-Resident $84.00

All classes meet for 30 minutes. In the event only one participant attends class, the class time will be reduced to 20 minutes. Fees: Resident $84.00 Non-Resident $168.00

Session 1: Mon. & Wed. April 4 - April 27, 2016 Tues. & Thurs. April 5 - April 28, 2016

Weekday class schedule meeting

Parent & Child

Sea Horse

Sea Dragon

Polliwog

Guppy

Minnow

Fish

Barracuda

3:20

3:20

4:00

3:20

4:00

4:00

4:40

4:00

4:00

4:00

4:40

4:40

4:40

4:40

5:20

5:20

5:20

5:20

5:20

5:20 only Tue & Thurs

Tiger Shark 4:40

Adult Swim 5:20 only Mon & Wed

Session 2: Mon. & Wed. May 2 - May 25, 2016 Tues. & Thurs. May 3 - May 26, 2016 Parent & Child

Sea Horse

Sea Dragon

Polliwog

Guppy

Minnow

Fish

Barracuda

Tiger Shark

3:20

3:20

4:40

3:20

4:00

4:00

4:40

4:00

4:40

4:00

4:00 5:20

5:20 6:00

4:00 4:40

4:40 5:20

4:40 6:00

5:20

5:20

6:00

5:20

6:00

Barracuda

Tiger Shark 11:20 4:20

Adult Swim 6:00

Saturday 8 week class: April 2 - May 21, 2016 Sea Horse 10:00 10:40 11:20

Sea Dragon 10:00 10:40 12:00

3:40

3:00 3:40

Polliwog 10:40 12:00 3:40

Guppy

Minnow

Fish

10:00 10:40 11:20

10:00 10:40 11:20

11:20 12:00 3:00

3:00

3:00

12:00

4:20

4:20

3:40

3:40

4:20

4:20

4:20

12:00 3:00 3:40

Polliwog 3:30 4:10 4:50 5:30 6:10

Adult Swim 10:00 12:00

ACCESSIBILITY Santa Monica welcomes people of all abilities in our programs. To request a disability-related accommodation or if you have a question about participating in any of the activities listed please call (310) 458-8700 or TTY (310) 458-8696. This flyer is available in alternate format upon request.

Guppy 3:30 4:10 4:50 5:30 6:10

Minnow 3:30 4:10 4:50 5:30 6:10

Fish 3:30 4:10 4:50 5:30 6:10

Barracuda 3:30 4:50

Tiger Shark 4:10 5:30

Friday class schedule meeting Session 1: April 8 - April 29 Session 2: May 6 - May 27 Polliwog 3:30 4:10 4:50 5:30 6:10

6:00

Parent & Child 10:40 11:20 3:00

Mon & Wed: M a r ch 7 , 9 , 1 4 & 1 6 Tues &Thurs: Ma r ch 8 , 1 0 , 1 5 & 1 7 Tues - Friday: M a y 3 1 -June 3

Guppy 3:30 4:10 4:50 5:30 6:10

Minnow 3:30 4:10 4:50 5:30 6:10

Fish 3:30 4:10 4:50 5:30 6:10

Barracuda 3:30 4:50

Tiger Shark 4:10 6:10

Sunday class schedule meeting Session 1: April 3 –April 24 Session 2: May 1 –May 22 Polliwog

Guppy

Minnow

Fish

Barracuda

Tiger Shark

10:00

10:00

10:00

10:00

10:40

10:00

10:40

10:40

10:40

10:40

3:00

11:20

11:20

11:20

11:20

11:20

4:20

3:40

12:00

12:00

12:00

12:00

3:00

3:00

3:00

3:00

3:40

3:40

3:40

3:40

4:20

4:20

4:20

4:20

REFUND FOR DUPLICATE/MULTIPLE ENROLLMENTS

If a class becomes full, your name will be automatically placed on a waiting list. If a space in the class opens, we will notify you by telephone.

Refund requests resulting from multiple registration submissions (at one or more registration sites including online) will be subject to a $15.00 processing fee each activity refunded.

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

CANCELLATION AND REFUND POLICY

WAIT LIST REGISTRATION POLICY

Financial Assistance is available, based on a sliding scale, for low to moderate-income families. Please call (310) 458-8700 or (310) 458-8540 or (310) 458-2239 for more information.

REFUNDS FOR COMMUNITY CLASSES, BEACH HOUSE CLASSES, COMMUNITY AQUATICS- A $15.00 processing fee applies for each activity refunded. Request must be made in writing to the program supervisor in person or by fax (310) 450-5076, mail or email at aquatics@smgov.net. Refunds will be issued only if requested within one day after the first class meeting.


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2016 Summer Camp Registration Camper:

SM Member #:

Early Bird Rates

Regular Rates

BEFORE April 23rd SMF NonYMCA Member Member

AFTER April 23rd SMF NonYMCA Member Member

Deposit before April 23rd for Early Bird Rates

❒ PK 3-5yrs Full Day

❒ 465

❒ 535

❒ 490

❒ 570

❒ 245

6/1

❒ PK 3-5yrs Half Day

❒ 315

❒ 335

❒ 340

❒ 370

❒ 245

6/1

❒ Elementary K-6th

❒ 445

❒ 485

❒ 470

❒ 520

❒ 245

6/1

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❒ 165

❒ 210

❒ 190

❒ 240

❒ 95

6/1

❒ PK 3-5yrs Full Day

❒ 465

❒ 535

❒ 490

❒ 570

❒ 245

6/15

❒ PK 3-5yrs Half Day

❒ 315

❒ 335

❒ 340

❒ 370

❒ 245

6/15

❒ Elementary K-6th

❒ 445

❒ 485

❒ 470

❒ 520

❒ 245

6/15

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❒ 165

❒ 210

❒ 190

❒ 240

❒ 95

6/15

❒ PK 3-5yrs Full Day

❒ 465

❒ 535

❒ 490

❒ 570

❒ 245

7/1

❒ PK 3-5yrs Half Day

❒ 315

❒ 335

❒ 340

❒ 370

❒ 245

7/1

❒ Elementary K-6 ❒ CIT/ Teen 7th–11th ❒ PK 3-5yrs Full Day

❒ 445 ❒ 165 ❒ 465

❒ 485 ❒ 210 ❒ 535

❒ 470 ❒ 190 ❒ 490

❒ 520 ❒ 240 ❒ 570

❒ 245 ❒ 95 ❒ 245

7/1 7/1 7/15

❒ PK 3-5yrs Half Day

❒ 315

❒ 335

❒ 340

❒ 370

❒ 245

7/15

❒ Elementary K-6th

❒ 445

❒ 485

❒ 470

❒ 520

❒ 245

7/15

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❒ 165

❒ 210

❒ 190

❒ 240

❒ 95

7/15

❒ PK 3-5yrs Full Day

❒ 465

❒ 535

❒ 490

❒ 570

❒ 245

8/1

❒ PK 3-5yrs Half Day

❒ 315

❒ 335

❒ 340

❒ 370

❒ 245

8/1

❒ Elementary K-6th

❒ 445

❒ 485

❒ 470

❒ 520

❒ 245

8/1

❒ 165

❒ 210

❒ 190

❒ 240

❒ 95

8/1

❒ A. Point Magu 6/30-7/1

❒ 55

❒ 70

❒ 60

❒ 80

❒ 30

6/1

❒ B. Leo Carillo 8/11-8/12

❒ 55

❒ 70

❒ 60

❒ 80

❒ 30

7/15

❒ 450 ❒ 450 ❒ 400 ❒ 450 ❒ 450 ❒ 400 ❒$____

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Summer Camp Day Camp Session I.

6/13/16-6/24/16 Monday-Friday

Camp Category

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Magic Mountain

❒ CIT/ Teen 7 –11

Day Camp Session II.

6/27/16-7/8/16 Monday-Friday *Y Closed 7/4/16

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❒ CIT/ Teen 7 –11

L.A. Zoo

Day Camp Session III.

7/11/16-7/22/16 Monday-Friday

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Universal Studios Day Camp Session IV.

7/25/16-8/5/16 Monday-Friday California Science Center

Day Camp Session V.

8/8/16-8/19/16 Monday-Friday

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❒ CIT/ Teen 7 –11

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Knott’s Berry Farm

❒ CIT/ Teen 7 –11

Overnight Explorers Overnight Explorers must be enrolled in Day Camp 2nd graders & up

Camp Big Bear ❒

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Elementary 2 -6

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Graders

th th Overnight Week 1 ❒ Teen 7 -9 Graders th th 7/16/16-7/23/16 ❒ CIT 10 -12 Graders Camp Big Bear ❒ Elementary 2nd-6th Graders Overnight Week 2 ❒ Teen 7th-9th Graders 7/23/16-7/30/16 ❒ CIT 10th-12th Graders Support our Campers! Make your donation today. Total

Deposits are included in the total payment. Your balance is the total minus your deposit. Please make a copy of this form for your records *Sessions may not be split

550 550 500 550 550 500 $75

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500 500 450 500 500 450 $100

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600 600 550 600 600 550 $500

❒200 ❒200 ❒200 ❒200 ❒200 ❒200 ❒$1000

* Balance

Due Date

7/1 7/1 7/1 7/1 7/1 7/1

*Balance is due by the due date or camper cannot attend camp & all fees will be forfeited.

We have Family Camps at Camp Big Bear!!! Memorial Day 5/27-5/30 Labor Day 9/2-9/5 See Family camp flyer for more information. Contact Information Day Camp Ivan Chambers Youth & Family Dept. Lead Staff ykids@ymcasm.org (310) 393-2721, ext. 136

Santa Monica Family YMCA 1332 6th St. Santa Monica, CA 90401 Phone: (310) 393-2721 Fax: (310) 451-9906

Camp Big Bear Erika Altshule Youth & Family Dept. Director Erika@ymcasm.org (310) 393-2721, ext. 123


2016 Summer Camp Registration Card

REGISTRATION PROCESS

1. Fill out this registration card completely front and back, one per camper or register online at www.trinexum.com/HUB/SantaMonica 2. Turn in Registration Card with payment in full or with deposits to the front desk (please notice balance due dates on back) 3. Fill out a Camper Information Packet (C.I.P.) entirely, with doctor’s signature where needed. Turn in by June 3rd. C.I.P.s are available at the front desk, online, or can be sent by request. It is the parent’s responsibility to turn the C.I.P. in on time. Child may not attend camp without a current C.I.P. on file. Space and deposit may be lost if C.I.P. is not received by June 3rd. 4. A welcome letter will be sent by mail or email to confirm registration. Limited spaces available.

CAMPER INFORMATION Please print clearly Camper Name: _______________________________________Member #__________________Circle:

Male

Female

Camper Birthday:_________/_________/___________Age when camp starts________Camper Grade in Fall 2016:________ Parent/Guardian Name:________________________________________________Phone #:____________________________ Billing Address___________________________________________City___________________________Zip:_______________ Parent/Guardian Email:____________________________________________________________________________________

Shirts Youth Sizes: ❒ 2-4(XS)

❒ 6-8(S) ❒ 10-12(M) ❒ 14-16(L) Adult Sizes: ❒ Small ❒ Medium ❒ Large ❒ XL Campers will receive one shirt per registration per camp regardless of how many sessions you are registered for. Extra shirts are $10 each. Pre-Ordered extra camp shirts are $8 each. Pre-Ordered shirts must be in by May 23rd. ❒ I would like to pre-order________ extra camp shirts for $8 each. Please include fees in your total below. Camp Buddies

list the name of preferred friend to share room with or group with (Day Camp). Both campers must have each other listed.

PAYMENT OPTIONS

READ & SIGN BELOW I understand the deposit is nonrefundable & nontransferable. There are no adjustments or credits of deposits for any reason. I understand all fees must be paid by due dates or child cannot attend camp and all fees will be forfeited. I understand that once Camp has begun there are no adjustments, credits, fee reductions, or refund of fees for missed days or early withdrawal. All registration forms & camper information forms must be completed in full, signed where indicated & returned before the session begins. I understand registration is not complete without payment of deposit. Signature:_________________________________________________________________Date:_____________ To receive the Early Bird rate, registration and deposit for each session is required before April 23rd. Any changes to registration or additions after April 23rd are subject to the regular fee. All fees are listed on reverse side.

Select the camps on the reverse side and include total Deposits or Payments in Full with registration *If you are paying with cash or check we will need to have a credit card or debit card on file.

❒ Deposit Total:__________

(deposits are included in the full payment)

or

❒ Payment in Full:_____________

❒ Check #:__________

❒ Cash ❒ VISA ❒ AMEX ❒ DISCOVER ❒ MASTER I give the Santa Monica Family YMCA permission to charge the card number listed the amount printed above. Card #:_________________________________________________________________Exp. Date:____________ Signature:________________________________________________________________Date:______________

AUTO PAY PERMISSION avoid late fees I give permission for the Santa Monica Family YMCA to charge the card listed above the balance due on the dates listed. See reverse side for balance due dates. To figure the balances subtract the deposit from the payment in full.

Init.______

Office use only Date:___________RC#_______________$___________Group________________

❒CIP Complete ❒WL __________❒sp______/session ❒ CFC

SANTA MONICA FAMILY YMCA 1332 6th Street, Santa Monica, CA 90401, www.ymcasm.org, P: (310) 393-2721, F: (310) 451-9906

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