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ANNOUNCEMENTS

FROM THE PRINCIPAL’S DESK:

AFTER THE PROGRESS REPORTS VALENTINES DANCE AND DINNER – Thanks to everyone who volunteered, contributed, and came for an evening of great family fun! VALENTINES DAY AT SCHOOL – A reminder that if your child wants to bring Valentines cards, please make sure to bring one for every child in the class. Also, California does not allow candy or chocolates during the school day (and up to 30 minutes after school), so please do not send them. HELP SCHOOLS IN PUERTO RICO RE-STOCK THEIR LIBRARIES – We’re collecting new and gently used books in Spanish to help schools in Puerto Rico restock their libraries and classrooms after Hurricane Maria. Bring any donations to the office or Edison library by February 22. Our friends as Access Books will be delivering them to schools in Puerto Rico! SEASIDE PRE-SCHOOL -- This is a reminder that all pre-schoolers are required to be signed in and out daily at drop off and pick up times. Please assist our staff by ensuring that you sign your child in/out at the time of drop off/pick up.

K-1 THEATER INFORMANCES – In the next few days, the following classes will offer theater “informances” to their families. Please join us in Room 107 at 1:00 pm if you can: Maestra Díaz-Roquette - Tuesday, 2/12 Maestra Banks- Thursday, 2/14 Maestra Fullerton – Tuesday, 2/19 Maestra Tejeda-de León – Wednesday, 2/20 Maestra Cervantes – Thursday, 2/21 Maestra Cueva – Friday, 2/22 5th GRADE PANORAMIC PICTURE – Friday, February 22, 9:30 am

Mid-year Progress Reports went home last Friday and I hope that you have all had a chance to carefully review the work your child has done in 1st semester. Teachers administered 1:1 reading assessments (and at some grade levels also administered computerbased reading assessments). They reviewed writing portfolios, looked at scores on math assessments for patterns of strengths and weaknesses, and reviewed student progress on the on-line academic support programs used by students. You also got updates on attendance, sportsmanship and participation in PE, citizenship and work habits and for 3-5 graders, progress reports from their music teachers. Finally, teachers wrote individual comments for each student highlighting some of the things that aren’t in the progress reports. Scores of 1 or 2 usually indicate that your child is working below the level that we’d like to see at this time of the year. Often the teacher comments will recommend specific things parents can do at home, or request a conference to you and the teacher can make a plan to accelerate your child’s progress. Sometimes there are behavior or effort concerns noted. If you saw any of these things on your child’s report, please contact your child’s teacher and arrange a conference at your earliest convenience. I review all 450+ comments, and it was disheartening to see evidence of a child struggling with achievement, and then in the same comment see that the child had only done 40% or 60% of their homework and/or reading logs. Or to read about a child who is being offered extra intervention support at school, but then is skipping those extra classes. Effort is incredibly important and it’s one of the things that families can directly influence. So please make sure your student is putting in the time and the work to practice their reading, build automaticity with their math facts, and getting their homework done. If your child is not making much progress with ST Math, Kid Biz, Raz Kids, Lexia etc. please talk to the teacher, make sure your child goes to one of the afterschool tutorials for grades 3-5 in the computer lab, head to the public library, or see what else you can do to complete these programs. Together we can help all our wonderful students meet grade level standards! Monday, February 18 Presidents’ Day Holiday – School Closed

Wednesday, February 20 8:30 am PTA Association Meeting -- Library

Wednesday, February 20 4:00 pm Site Council


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ANUNCIOS Baile y Cena de San Valentín - ¡Gracias a todos quienes ayudaron como voluntarios, contribuyeron, y vinieron para una noche de gran diversión familiar! Día de San Valentín en la Escuela – Les recordamos que, si su hijo/a quiere traer tarjetas de San Valentín, por favor asegúrense de traer una para cada niño/a en la clase. También, California no permite dulces ni chocolates durante el día escolar (y hasta 30 minutos después de clases), así es que por favor no los manden. Ayuden Escuelas en Puerto Rico a Surtir Sus Bibliotecas – Estamos colectando libros en español nuevos y usados gentilmente para ayudar a las escuelas en Puerto Rico a surtir sus bibliotecas y salones de nuevo después del Huracán María. Traigan sus donaciones a la oficina o a la biblioteca de Edison antes del 22 de febrero. ¡Nuestros amigos de Access Books los llevarán a las escuelas en Puerto Rico! Preescolar Seaside – Este es un recordatorio todos los padres deben firmar cuando dejan y recogen a todos los estudiantes preescolares a diario a la hora de dejarlos y a la hora que los recogen. Por favor ayuden a nuestro personal asegurando que usted firme la entrada y salida en el tiempo que deje/recoja a su hijo/a. Presentaciones Informativas de Teatro K-1 – En los días que vienen, las siguientes clases ofrecerán “presentaciones informativas” para sus familias. Por favor acompáñenos en el salón 107 a la 1:00 pm si pueden: Maestra Díaz-Roquette - martes, 2/12 Maestra Banks- jueves, 2/14 Maestra Fullerton – martes, 2/19 Maestra Tejeda-de León – miércoles, 2/20 Maestra Cervantes – jueves, 2/21 Maestra Cueva – viernes, 2/22 Día de Foto Panorámica de 5º Grado – viernes, 22 de febrero, 9:30 am

DEL ESCRITORIO DE LA DIRECTORA: DESPUÉS DE LOS REPORTES DE PROGRESO Los reportes de progreso de medio año se mandaron a los hogares el viernes pasado y espero que las revisaron profundamente para revisar el trabajo que su hijo/a hizo en el 1º semestre. Los maestros administraron asesoramientos de 1:1 de lectura (y algunos niveles de grados también administraron asesoramientos basados en lectura en computadoras). Revisaron sus portafolios de escritura, miraron los resultados en los asesoramientos de matemáticas observando patrones de fortalezas y debilidades, y revisaron el progreso estudiantil en los programas de apoyo académico de internet usados por los estudiantes. Ustedes también recibieron informes sobre la asistencia, deportividad y participación en Educación Física, ciudadanía y hábitos de trabajo y para los estudiantes en los grados 3 – 5, reportes de progres de sus maestros de música. Finalmente, los maestros escribieron comentarios individuales para cada estudiante enfocándose en algunas de las cosas que no están en los reportes de progreso. Calificaciones de 1 o 2 normalmente indican que su hijo/a está trabajando debajo del nivel que nos gustaría verlos en este tiempo del año. Frecuentemente los comentarios de los maestros recomendarán cosas específicas que los padres pueden hacer en el hogar, o pedirle a usted una conferencia y el maestro/a puede hacer un plan para acelerar el progreso de su hijo/a. A veces hay preocupaciones de comportamiento o esfuerzo anotados. Si usted miró algunas de estas cosas en el reporte de su hijo/a, por favor comuníquese con el maestro/a de su hijo/a y coordine una conferencia lo más pronto que se conveniente para usted. Revisé todos los 450 comentarios, y me dio tristeza ver evidencia de un niño/a batallando con rendimiento, y luego en el mismo comentario mirar que el niño/a solamente había hecho el 40% o 60% de su tarea y/o registros de lectura. O leer sobre un niño que se le está ofreciendo apoyo de intervención extra en la escuela, pero está faltando a estas clases extras. El esfuerzo es increíblemente importante y es una de las cosas que las familias pueden influir directamente. Así es que por favor asegúrese de que su estudiante le esté poniendo el tiempo y el trabajo para practicar su lectura, crear automaticidad con sus hechos de matemáticas, y terminando su tarea. Si su hijo/a no está haciendo mucho progreso con ST Math, Kid Biz, Raz Kids, Lexia etc., asegúrese de que su hijo/a vaya a una de las clases de tutoría después del día escolar para los grados 3 – 5 en el laboratorio de computadoras, vayan a la biblioteca pública, o vean en qué otras maneras pueden ayudar para completar estos programas. ¡Juntos podemos ayudarles a nuestros estudiantes maravillosos a cumplir con las normas de nivel de grado!

Lunes, 18 de febrero Día Feriado de Presidentes – Escuela Cerrada

Miércoles, 20 de febrero – 8:30 am Reunión de Asociación de la PTA

Miércoles, 20 de febrero – 4:00 pm Concilio Escolar


CALLING ALL EDISON PARENTS LLAMANDO A TODOS LOS PADRES Y MADRES DE EDISON

Nominations for the PTA Board 2019-2020 are Open! ¡El período de Nominaciones para la Mesa Directiva de la PTA 2019-2020 está abierto!

We need to fill the following positions Necesitamos llenar los siguientes cargos:

President • Presidente Vice President • Vicepresidente VP Special Events • VP Eventos Especiales VP Health & Safety • VP Salud y Seguridad VP Room Reps • VP Representantes de Salón If you would like to nominate yourself or another parent, please contact Nominations Committee representative

(Si desea nominarse a Ud. misma u otra persona, favor contactar)

Liz Kok at edison.pta.special.events@gmail.com


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and edison earns $$$ 1. Register online for Amazon or Amazon Prime 2. Go to smile.amazon.com 3. Go to Search All Charitable Organizations 4. Enter “Edison Language Academy PTA” 5. Select Edison Language Academy PTA 6. Shop through smile.amazon.com (not amazon.com) *** Note that you cannot use the amazon app (but you can save items on the app & purchase later online) *** Note that you can use your prime account with amazon smile.


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y edison ganará $$$ 1. Registrarse en línea para una cuenta de Amazon o Amazon Prime 2. Ir a smile.amazon.com 3. Ir a “Search All Charitable Organizations” 4. Escribir “Edison Language Academy PTA” 5. Seleccionar Edison Language Academy PTA 6. Hacer sus compras en smile.amazon.com (y no amazon.com) *** Nota: El programa de AmazonSmile no funciona en la aplicación de Amazon (pero puede preseleccionar sus artículos en la aplicación y comprarlos después en la página web) *** Nota: Sí puede usar su Amazon Prime en la página de smile.amazon.com


Invite Family & Friends ~ Did you know that friends and family can support our school with the Ralph’s Community Rewards Program? Just forward these easy to follow instructions and help Edison earn some money $$$ ~

Go to Ralphs.com Select Person Icon

OR Welcome/Sign In (on Top Right)

Select My Account Select Sign In if you have an account OR Select Blue Tab below to Create an Account Once signed in, Select My Account Menu pull down menu Select Community Rewards from the pull down menu Select Edison PTA as your organization


Inviten Familiares & Amigos ~¿Sabias que familiars y amigos pueden ayudar a nuestra escuela con el Programa de Premios a la Comunidad de Ralph’s? Envíales estas sencillas instrucciones y ayuda a Edison a ganar dinero $$$ ~

Visite Ralphs.com Seleccione el ícono de la persona o donde dice Welcome/Sign In (en la esquina superior derecha) Seleccione My Account Seleccione Sign In si ya tiene una cuenta o Seleccione abajo el letrero azul que dice Create an Account Una vez registrado, seleccione el menú desplegable de My Account Menu Seleccione Community Rewards del menú despegable Seleccione Edison PTA como su organización


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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

(League)

(League)

(Club)

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.


Proudly Celebrating Black History, Life, Food and Culture Parent Connection Group (PCG) presents the 2019

Greens

Festival

in partnership with Virginia Avenue Park, Santa Monica Farmers Markets & Pico Branch Library 2200 Virginia Avenue, Santa Monica, CA 90404

"Young, Gifted and Black" FEB. 23, 2019 // 10 A.M. - 2 P.M. Black History Museum // Craft booth // Cooking demos // Live Music // Dancing and more!

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Author reading and book giveaway of "Same Difference" by Calida Garcia RawlesÂ

The Parent Connection Group (PCG) serves as a resource for African American/Black families at Virginia Avenue Park (VAP). Established in 2014, PCG supports families as they navigate the city and school district resources. Through effective collaborative partnerships, our community is strengthened, informed, and empowered by PCG. Virginia Avenue Park is served by Big Blue Bus Line No. 7. Limited additional parking available at Venice Family Clinic (2509 Pico Blvd). The park is wheelchair accessible and welcomes persons of all abilities. For special accommodations, contact 310.458.8688 or TTY 310.917.6626.

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Feb. 1-19 PCG Book Swap! // used Drop off new or gently - 12th) children'sbooks(PreK rary to the Pico Branch lib


Same Difference by Calida Garcia Rawles  Same Difference is a charming book for young readers (4-8 year olds) that addresses the sensitive and sometime divisive issues of beauty and identity. It has a lyrical, upbeat air that begs to be read aloud and offers an engaging rhyme pattern for young children. Vivid illustrations capture the spirit and innocence of Lida and Lisa, two first cousins who find themselves at odds with each other over their physical differences. With the help of their wise grandmother, the girls soon realize that their bond is deeper than what they see and our differences are what make us beautiful.

About the author As a painter, Calida Garcia Rawles explores the intersecting themes that connect race, gender, and identity politics. Her current practice focuses on a series of large-scale paintings that examine the physical, social, and psychological pressures which manifest from the body. Her paintings are derived from the internal and external pressures of being a woman, and from the weight that the black male and black female body carry in today’s social climate. Rawles refined her aesthetic sensibilities at Spelman College, where she studied art. She then attended New York University, where she earned a master’s of art in painting. Rawles wrote and illustrated the children’s book, Same Difference, which addresses beauty and identity, and chronicles her parenthood journey on her blog CrazyMomWithKids.com, which was recognized in Amy Cuddy’s New York Times bestseller, Presence: Bringing Your Boldest Self to Your Biggest Challenge. Rawles lives in Los Angeles with her family and cat, named Turtle.


Parent Connection Group (PCG)

BOOK SWAP Donate any NEW or LIGHTLY USED children’s books PreK-12 for the Annual Black History Greens Festival! Book Drop Off Location

• Pico Branch Library

On the day of the festival children grades PreK-12 will have an opportunity to pick out a book during the festival, on Feb. 23. Donate as much as you can so that every child in the community can receive a book.

The Pico library will receive books from Feb. 1-Feb. 19, 2019


City of Santa Monica Community Recreation invites you to a “Pancakes at Ishihara Learning Garden Event”

Fruit Tree Pruning Tips & Techniques

Saturday, February 16, 2019 9 a.m. – 11 a.m. 2909 Exposition Blvd., 90404 Fruit Tree Pruning Workshop W/ Master Gardener Herb Machleder 9 AM – 11 AM He’ll cover Tool Maintenance, Pest Control and Hand-on Pruning Opportunities We’ll have Pancakes, Fruit and Coffee to keep your energy up! RSVP for your spot now !! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/fruit-tree-pruning-orchard-tool-maintenance-workshop-tickets-55043322058

SMGOV.NET/COMMUNITYGARDENS Ishihara Park Learning Garden 2909 Exposition Blvd. Santa Monica, CA 90404


La Cuidad de Santa Monica, Departmento de Recreacion les Invita al Evento de “Panqueques en el jardín de aprendizaje Ishihara”

CONSEJOS Y téCNICAS PARA LA PODA DE Árboles frutales

Sábado 16 de Febrero del 2019 9 a.m. – 11 a.m. 2909 Exposition Blvd., 90404 Talleres de Poda de Àrboles Frutales Con el Jardinero Maestro Herb Machleder 9 AM – 11 AM Cubrirá el Mantenimiento de las Herramientas, el Control de Plagas, y Oportunidades de Prácticas de Poda íTendremos Panqueques, Fruta y Café Para Mantener su Energía! Reservar al: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/fruit-tree-pruning-orchard-tool-maintenance-workshop-tickets-55043322058

SMGOV.NET/COMMUNITYGARDENS Ishihara Park Learning Garden 2909 Exposition Blvd. Santa Monica, CA 90404


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