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ANNOUNCEMENTS Edison Jogathon – Wednesday, April 26, 9:00 11:30 am – The theme is superheroes, so bring your cape and get ready for a cool commemorative t-shirt for all runners! This is an important fundraiser for Edison so please gather your pledges from friends and family and run to support our school! Parents, we need lots of volunteers that morning to help tally the laps that kids run, dispense water, set up and clean up. Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast – We Couldn’t Do It Without You! Wednesday, April 26, 8:15-9:00 am. Linger at drop-off for coffee and some breakfast treats and let us thank you for all the wonderful ways that parents and community volunteers help support our Edison programs. Ms. Martinez’s Class Theater Performance – Thursday, April 27 at 8:30 am, Room 207

NEW DATE --Noche de Cesar Chavez – April 28 at 6:30 PM – come for dinner, and choral concerts st

from our 2nd grade classes and the 3rd-4th grade chorus. Dinner for sale at 5:30 pm District Immersion Parent Meeting, April 26, 6:00 – 7:00 p.m, PDLC, 2828 4th Street, SM 90405 – Reviewing K-12 Immersion Parent Survey Results Are You Returning to Edison in 2017-18 - This form went home last week and needs to be returned by this Wednesday, April 26 to the front office. Please help us plan for next year as we start the process of building next year’s classes! 5th GRADE Parent Meeting at John Adams Middle School (JAMS) –Meeting for parents of 5th graders to learn about JAMS. Thursday, April 27, 6:00 p.m. Samohi Orchestra 2017 Pops Concert on Friday, April 28th, 6:30pm will pay tribute to some of the great Oscar, Tony, Grammy, and Emmy award winning musical scores (including "Chicago" and "Back to the Future.") The Samohi Orchestra will delight audiences of all ages as they perform popular musical scores as movie clips are projected above the stage at Samohi's Barnum Hall. Great way for your young musicians to see what can happen if they stick with their music classes! Pre-concert pop-up Novel Cafe and desserts available. Buy tickets now at

The Common Core Standards are designed to prepare students to be “College and Career Ready” by the end of high school. While we teach reading and language arts (in Spanish and English), Math, Social Studies, Science, etc., those academic skills alone are not enough to help our students be successful in college or careers. In fact, both employers and college instructors often say that the students who come equipped with the “soft skills” are the ones who are truly ready to be successful. And apparently, about three-fourths of new employees and freshmen in college lack adequate skills in these areas. What are those “soft skills” that employers and higher education teachers are looking for? The lists vary, but often found among the “soft skills” are the following:  Integrity – People can count on your word and you follow through with what you have promised to do.  Communication – Being able to write for authentic audiences, participate in group discussions, and present to the group.  Courtesy – being respectful and courteous with others.  Responsibility – Following through with your assignments, assuming your share of the workload in a collaborative team, showing up and doing the work 

Professionalism – Using behaviors expected of a worker or student (being on time and coming prepared, being respectful of others, completing assignments, and adapting writing to the needs of others). Flexibility, managing workload – Being able to organize longterm, problem-based projects that must be completed within parameters and interim deadlines as they see fit and without being micromanaged Teamwork – Being able to work with diverse groups of people to accomplish a goal and to establish communication, trust, integrity, responsibility, and collaboration.

Have these skills been important in your adult life as a student or employee?? We think it’s important to prepare Edison students for college and career readiness beyond the academics. How do you think we can work together to help our students develop a well-rounded set of “soft skills?” MAY 3 – 8:30 AM- Parent Workshop with School Function Clinic – Helping Children with Friendship Challenges

May 3 – PTA Executive Board Meeting 6:008:00

May 5 – Family Movie Night: Moana 5:30 – Edison Cafeteria

Edison Calendar Updates April 20 April 21

Ballroom Dance Parent Showcase 10:45 am – Fifth Grade Families th th 4 Grade Visit to UCLA; 9:30 AM 5 Grade Panoramic Picture

April 24

2 grade and Preschool field trip to Broad Stage th Theater Performances at 8:30 am and 2:00 pm for Room 201 4 Graders (Ms. Brumer), Room 107; Room 201 (Brumer) and Room 113 (Fullerton) Field trip to SM Aquarium; th Theater Performances at 8:30 am and 2:00 pm for Room 202 4 Graders (Mr. Nepomuceno), Room 107; th 5:30-7:30 YST The Big Show! 5 Graders in Young Storytellers Program 8:15-9:00 Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast – Cafeteria Patio 9:00 – 11:45 JOGATHON, Edison Playground – Parent Volunteers Needed 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. Immersion Parent Meeting to discuss parent survey results, PDLC st 1 Grade Field Trip to the Natural History Museum; st 8:30 am Theater Presentation for Room 106 1 Graders (Ms. Martinez) Room 107 th 5:30-6:30 pm 5 Grade Parent Meeting at JAMS th Theater Performances at 8:30 am and 2:00 p.m. for Room 200 4 Graders (Ms. Maiztegui) Room 107 th 6:30-7:30 pm - Noche de Cesar Chavez Dinner and Concerts (Grades 2 and 3-4 Chorus) – Dinner for Sale at 5:30 pm 6:00 pm Safe Routes to School Meeting, City of Santa Monica, Edison Cafeteria 8:30-9:30 am, Parent Workshop: Supporting Students with Friendship Challenges, School Function Project, Room 206 6:00 pm PTA Executive Board Meeting, Edison Community Room Family Movie Night, “Moana”, 5:30 pm – Edison Cafeteria. Dinner and snacks for sale. Corazon de Vida Trip ELAC Meeting 8:30 am, Edison Community Room 4:00-6:00 pm Site Council Meeting, Edison Community Room 8:30 -9:30 am PTA Association Meeting – Cafeteria; 2:00 pm Teacher Appreciation Luncheon, Edison Cafeteria Open House for PreK, TK, K, Grades 1 and 2 – 6:30-7:30 pm – Dinner for sale at 5:30 pm Música en Español Informances, Room 110 (Maestras Cueva, Newman, Cervantes, Fullerton) th th 6:30 and 7:30 pm 4 and 5 Grade Music Concerts, Edison Cafeteria 8:30-9:30 am SFP Parent Workshop, Room 206 TH Minimum Day; Open House, Grades 3-4-5 –6:30 – 7:30 pm. Dinner for Sale at 5:30 pm, 5 GRADE SCIENCE FAIR IN CAFETERIA Música en Español Informances Room 110 (Maestras Tejeda, Romo/Reed, Banks, Meade) Memorial Day Holiday 6:00 pm. Safe Routes to School Meeting, City of Santa Monica, Edison Cafeteria 3:00-5:00 pm CREST Musical Theater Performance, Edison Cafeteria Third Grade Wax Museum, 8:45-9:45 am Immersion High School Graduation Ceremony 1:00-5:00 pm, Edison Cafeteria nd 2 Grade to Virginia Avenue Park Third Graders to Virginia Avenue Park th th 8:30-9:30 am ELAC Meeting, Community Room ; 4 Grade to VAP for year-end celebration; 5 Grade Promotion 9:00-11:30 am Cafeteria; 6:00 pm PTA Executive Board Meeting , Edison Community Room th 5 Grade to Virginia Avenue Park for year-end celebration; 9:10 Fire and Earthquake Drill Minimum Day for all – Last day of School; Kindergartners to VAP 8:30-Noon Last day to complete 2017-18 enrollment until school office opens again August IISS Summer School on Edison Campus

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Edison school office closes for summer

Week 31 20 de abril 21 de abril

Presentación de Baile de Salón para los Padres – Familias de Quinto Grado 4º Grado Visita UCLA; 9:30 AM Fotografía Panorámica de 5º Grado

24 de abril

2º Grado y Preescolar de paseo al Broad Stage ; Presentaciones de a las 8:30 am y 2:00 pm para salón 201 estudiantes de 4º Grado ( Maestra Brumer), Salón 107 Salón 201 (Brumer) y Salón 113 (Fullerton) Paseo al Acuario de Santa Mónica; Presentaciones de Teatro a ls 8:30 am y 2:00 pm para salón 202 estudiantes de 4º grado (Maestro Nepomuceno), Salón 107; 5:30-7:30 ¡El Gran Show de Jóvenes Contando Cuentos! Estudiantes de 5º Grado en el Programa de Jóvenes Contando Cuentos 8:15-9:00 Desayuno de Aprecio de Voluntarios – Patio de Cafetería 9:00 – 11:45 CAMINATA en el patio de recreo de Edison – Se necesitan padres voluntarios 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. PDLC Reunión para padres de Inmersión para discutir los resultados de la encuesta de padres, PDLC 1º Grado de Paseo al Museo de Historia Natural; 8:30 am Presentación de Teatro para los Estudiantes de 1º Grado salón 106 (Maestra Martinez) Salón 107 5:30-6:30 pm Reunión para Padres de 5º Grado en JAMS Presentaciones de teatro a las 8:30 am y 2:00 p.m. para los estudiantes de 4º Grado en el salón 200 (Maestra Maiztegui) Salón 107 6:30-7:30 pm - Noche de Cesar Chávez Cena y Conciertos (Coro de los Grados 2º , 3º y 4º) – Venta de Cena a las 5:30 pm 6:00 pm Reunión de Rutas Seguras a la Escuela, Ciudad de Santa Mónica, Cafetería de Edison 8:30-9:30 am, Taller de Padres: Apoyando a los Estudiantes con Retos de Amistades, Proyecto de Funciones Escolares, salón 206 6:00 pm Reunión de la Mesa Directiva Ejecutiva de la PTA, Salón Comunitario de Edison Noche Familiar de Películas, “Moana”, 5:30 pm – Cafetería de Edison. Se venderán cena y botanas. Paseo de Corazón de Vida Reunión de ELAC 8:30 am, Salón Comunitario de Edison 4:00-6:00 pm Reunión del Concilio Escolar, Salón Comunitario de Edison 8:30 -9:30 am Reunión de Asociación de la PTA – Cafetería; 2:00 pm Almuerzo de Aprecio del Personal, Cafetería de Edison Casa Abierta para Preescolar, Kindergarten Transicional, Kindergarten, Grados 1 y 2 – 6:30-7:30 pm – Cena de venta a las 5:30 pm Música en Español Presentaciones Informativas, Salón 110 6:30 y 7:30 pm Conciertos de Música de los Grados 4º y 5º , Cafetería de Edison 8:30-9:30 am Taller de Padres SFP, Salón 206 Día Mínimo; Casa Abierta, Grados 3-4-5 –6:30 – 7:30 pm. Cena de venta a las 5:30 pm, FERIA DE CIENCIA DE 5º GRADO EN LA CAFETERÍA Música en Español Presentaciones Informativas Salón 110 Día Feriado del Día Memorial 6:00 pm. Reunión de Rutas Seguras a la Escuela, Ciudad de Santa Mónica, Cafetería de Edison 3:00-5:00 pm Presentación de Teatro Musical de CREST, Cafetería de Edison Ceremonia de Graduación de Inmersión del 12º Grado 1:00 – 5:00 pm, Cafetería de Edison 8:30-9:30 am Reunión de ELAC, Salón Comunitario; 4º Grado al Parque Virginia para celebración de fin de año; Promoción de 5º grado 9:00 – 11:30 am cafetería; 6pm Reunión de Mesa Directiva Ejecutiva de la PTA, salón comunitario de Edison 5º Grado al Parque Virginia para celebración de fin de año; 9:10 práctica de incendio y terremoto Día mínimo para todos – Ultimo día de clases; Estudiantes de Kindergarten al Parque Virginia de 8:30 a.m. a 12:00 pm Clases de Verano IISS en la Escuela de Edison

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Se cierra la oficina de Edison para el verano

Announcing the new Edison Community Support Network. Families often face hardship at different times and for many different reasons. We believe that Edison is a community that values looking out for each other and providing support in times of need. For this reason, we are thrilled to announce the ​Edison Community Support Network. Families who may be in need of emergency or longer term assistance can already reach out to Yoly Gutierrez, but our new network will work with Yoly to grow that support in whatever way we can. For example, we are ​raising funds to help with services​ such as: - Rental assistance - Emergency funds for food and bills - Legal consultations Here is how to get involved: Support the network 1. General updates Watch for updates from the Edison Community Support Network in your email, Wednesday packets or at Cafecito. Our aim is to raise awareness about the community needs AND resources we all can offer each other and how we can become more involved community members. 2. Donations We are looking for donations of cash, gift cards to groceries, gas, metro, phone. For example $40 would sponsor a family who may be in need of getting a reliable legal consultation for their immigration status. Or maybe a family is in need of support to purchase groceries this month due to excess medical bills. Please drop off monetary donations with Alicia in the office or look for us at cafecito. 3. Network participant For those who would like to be more involved, you can join our network and help us to plan future efforts, respond to immediate community needs, or plan and attend actions in the community to represent Edison interests. We will add you to our phone tree. Please contact Rebecca Cannara (​​ /415-385-0462 ) if you would like more information about joining and/or donating. If you need assistance: Please contact Yoly (​​ / 310-450-8338 ext. 61312). Your information will be confidential. You will be able to meet with Yoly and she will act as the liaison to the network. Your information will not be shared with the larger group. You may do both! Maybe you are part of the network, but you are also in need of support right now. Please reach out to us!

Anunciando el Nuevo Grupo de Apoyo Comunitario de Edison Algunas familias tienen a veces que enfrentar dificultades por diferentes razones. Nosotros creemos que Edison es una comunidad donde valoramos la ayuda mutua y donde tratamos de apoyarnos en tiempos difíciles. Por esta razón, nos alegra anunciarles la creación del ​Grupo de Apoyo Comunitario de Edison. Las familias que se encuentran atravesando una situación de emergencia o que necesitan ayuda de manera prolongada saben que pueden recurrir a Yoly Gutierrez, pero nuestra red de apoyo trabajará conjuntamente con Yoly para proveer ayuda adicional como nos sea posible. Por ejemplo, estamos ​recaudando fondos para ayudar con servicios​ tales como: - Asistencia en pago de la renta - Fondos de emergencia para alimentación y pago de servicios - Consultoría Legal Así es cómo puede ayudar: Apoye al Grupo: 1. Manténgase informado: Busque información actualizada del ​Nuevo Grupo de Apoyo Comunitario de Edison ​en su correo electrónico, los paquetes de los miércoles o durante El Cafecito. Nuestro objetivo es crear conciencia sobre las necesidades de nuestra comunidad e informar sobre los recursos que todos podemos aportar para lograr involucrarnos aún más como miembros de una comunidad. 2. Donaciones: Estamos buscando donaciones en efectivo, tarjetas de regalo para alimentos, gasolina, metro, teléfono, etc. Por ejemplo, un donativo de $40 puede ayudar a una familia que necesite pagar ayuda legal confiable sobre su estatus de inmigrante. O tal vez una familia necesite ayuda para pagar por sus alimentos debido a gastos médicos imprevistos. Puede dejar sus donativos en la oficina con Alicia o puede buscarnos durante El Cafecito. 3. Participante del Grupo: Para quienes deseen involucrarse aún más, pueden unirse al Grupo y ayudarnos a planificar futuros esfuerzos, responder a necesidades inmediatas de la comunidad, o planificar y atender eventos en la comunidad en representación de los intereses de Edison. Su nombre será agregado a nuestro árbol de teléfonos. Por favor contacte a Rebecca Cannara ​(​​ /415-385-0462 )​ si necesita más información acerca de cómo unirse al grupo o hacer donativos. Si necesita ayuda: ​Por favor contacte a Yoly ​(​​ / 310-450-8338 ext. 61312)​. Su información será confidencial. Ud. podrá hablar directamente con Yoly y ella servirá como su emisaria ante el Grupo. SU información no será compartida con el resto de la comunidad. ¡Puede hacer las dos cosas! ​Tal vez Ud. sea parte del Grupo, pero necesite de apoyo en estos momentos. Por favor, comunīquense con nosotros!


Friday, April 28th

5:30 – Dinner

6:30 – Program

Please join us at Edison’s annual Noche de Cesar Chavez

where we will celebrate the life and achievements of the

will also enjoy listening to choral concerts from nd 2 grade classes and the 3rd – 4th grade chorus. Real education should consist of drawing the goodness and the

great American labor leader & civil rights activist. We

best out of our own students. What better books can there be than the book of humanity?”

―Cesar Chavez



Viernes 28 de Abril 5:30pm cena 6:30pm Programa Noche anual de Cesar Chavez en Edison Por favor acompáñenos a celebrar la vida y los logros de un gran Líder laboral y activista que luchó por los derechos humanos. La educación real debe consistir en sacar la bondad Y lo mejor de nuestro propio estudiante. ¿Qué mejor libro puede estar allí que el libro de la humanidad? Cesar Chavez. También disfrutaremos escuchando el concierto de coros de nuestros niños de 2o segundo, 3o Tercero y 4o cuarto grado

Promoting Cradle to Career’s Kindergarten Readiness Campaign

Arts + Literacy



SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 2017 10 AM – 2 PM Virginia Avenue Park Campus 2201 Pico Blvd. Santa Monica, CA 90405

COME CELEBRATE SPRING! BRING A PICNIC LUNCH + REFILLABLE WATER BOTTLE and blankets or chairs for you and your family! Santa Monica Water Filling Stations will be serving FREE FRESH COOL WATER! THE MAGIC OF DAVID GROVES * RHYTHM CHILD *



Spend the day reading and making art in the Park!


Get active with Santa Monica Police Department in the Active Zone!


Learn about promoting your child’s health & development!


Get lost reading books in the magical Secret Garden!


Come learn about brain building moments with VROOM!


Check out cooking demonstrations and participate in a Vegetable Treasure Hunt at Santa Monica Farmer’s Market!


Make your own butterfly wings or flower costumes to wear in the Spring Parade!


Sign up for pre-school with SMMUSD!

Walking and biking are encouraged. Limited additional parking is available at Venice Family Clinic, 2509 Pico Blvd. and Edison Elementary. Virginia Ave Park is served by Big Blue Bus Line No. 7. The park is wheelchair accessible and welcomes persons of all abilities. For special accommodations, contact 310.458.8688 or TTY 310.917.6626. | (310) 458-8688 SANTA MONICA-MALIBU UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT



Promoción de campaña: Listos para el kinder de Cradle to Career

Arts + Literacy



SÁBADO, 29 DE ABRIL, 2017 10 AM – 2 PM Virginia Avenue Park Campus 2201 Pico Blvd. Santa Monica, CA 90405


¡Y traiga sus propias mantas o sillas para usted y su familia! ¡Estaciones de servicio de agua de Santa Mónica estarán sirviendo AGUA NATURAL GRATIS!


¡Pasa el día leyendo y creando arte en el parque!


¡Mantente activo con el Departamento de Policía de Santa Mónica en la Zona Activa!


¡Obtén información acerca de cómo promover la salud y el desarrollo de tus hijos!


¡Piérdete leyendo libros en el mágico mundo del jardín secreto!


¡Vengan y aprendan sobre las diferentes etapas del desarrollo del cerebro con VROOM!


¡Visita las demostraciones de cocina y participa en una búsqueda de tesoro de verduras en el Mercado de los granjeros de Santa Mónica!


¡Haz tus propias alas de mariposa o traje de flores y participa en el desfile de primavera!


¡Inscribe a tus hijos al preescolar con SMMUSD!

Se les invita que vengan a pie o en bicicleta. Estacionamiento adicional está disponible en Venice Family Clinic localizada en 2509 Pico Blvd y en la escuela Edison Elementary. Se puede llegar al parque a través de la línea 7 de transporte Big Blue Bus. El parque es accesible para sillas de ruedas. Para otros servicios especiales para discapacitados, llame al 310.458.8688 o TTY 310.917.6626. | (310) 458-8688 SANTA MONICA-MALIBU UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT






with additional support from

MOVIE NIGHT NOCHE DE CINE All grade levels welcome ᕘᕛ Se invita a todos los grados

FRIDAY, MAY 5 / VIERNES, 5 MAYO $1 admission. $1 - $5 dinner options. Proceeds go to PTA. $1 admisión. $1 - $5 para cenar. Los ingresos van a PTA. 5:30pm: Photo booth and pizza, nachos, popcorn, drinks will be sold. Cabina de fotos, se vendera pizza, nachos, palomitas de maíz y bebidas. 6:00pm: Movie in English with Spanish subtitles. Pelicula en Inglés con subtitulos en Español. We need volunteers! Help set up, break down or cook/sell food. Contact Ayesha Mayagoita 310-980-2939 or Necesitamos voluntarios! Ayudanos a poner mesas, limpiar o concinar/vender comida. Contacte Ayesha Mayagoita 310-980-2939 o

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Please Join us for our Annual Trip to Support

Corazón de Vida La Fundación


$60 per Person

Saturday, May 6th Tix @

Corazón de Vida We will be visiting the Casa Hogar Hacienda orphanage. This is a home to about 50 children ages 6 months to 17 years old. We will be playing with the children and helping the orphanage with other activities. This year, we asking for donations of underwear and socks. If you want o donate any other items such as clothes or shoes, please, donate only new items. Also, we distributed the donations by grades: Pre-k (diapers) sizes 2-5 Kindergarten sizes 2-3 years old 1st grade sizes 4-7 years old 2nd grade sizes 8-11 years old 3rd grade sizes 12-13 years old 4td grade sizes 14-15 years old 5th grade sizes 16-17 years old Please look for the Corazón de Vida labeled boxes at the drop off area, at the cafecito area, or send it with your child. There is a box in each classroom.

Están Todos Invitados a Particpar en Nuestro Viaje Anual Para Apoyar

Corazón de Vida La Fundación


$60 por Persona

Sábado, 6 de Mayo Tix @

Corazón de Vida En esta ocasión, vamos a visitar la Casa Hogar Hacienda, donde viven alrededor de 50 niños entre las edad es de 6 meses a 17 años. Vamos a jugar con los niños y ayudar en el orfanato con otras actividades. Este año estamos pidiendo donaciones de ropa interior y calcetines. Si quiere donar otros artículos como ropa y zapatos, por favor que sean nuevos. También hemos repartido las donaciones por grados: Pre-k (pañales) talla 2-5 Kinder tallas 2-3 años de edad 1er grado tallas 4-7años de edad 2do grado tallas 8-11 años de edad 3er grado tallas 12-13 años de edad 4o grado tallas 14-15 años de edad 5o grado tallas 16-17 años de edad Busque por favor las cajas con etiqueta Corazón de Vida en la entrada de la escuela, en el área del cafecito o lo pueden enviar con su hijo/a. Hay una caja en cada salón.

In celebration of: National Bike to School Day:

Edison Language Academy Wednesday - May 10, 2017

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Miércoles - 10 de mayo 2017

Join us for a

Fall Celebration This will be a special night just for parents to meet friends old and new

September 16th, 2017 hosted by an immersion family 10325 Orton Ave Los Angeles, CA 90064

Cocktails at 5:00 Dinner from 5:30 - 7:30 Live DJ $50 per person thru July 31st $60 per person after August 1st 100% of proceeds benefit the Santa Monica-Malibu Dual Immersion Program

Acompáñenos para una

Celebración de Otoño

Será una noche especial sólo para padres. Vengan a festejar con amigos nuevos y ya conocidos

16 de Septiembre, 2017 organizado por una de nuestras familias de inmersión en su hogar 10325 Orton Ave Los Angeles, CA 90064

Bar abrirá a las 5:00 Cena de 5:30 - 7:30 DJ en Vivo

$50 por persona hasta el 31 de julio $60 por persona después del 1ero de agosto 100% de lo recolectado beneficiará al Programa de Inmersión Dual en Santa Monica-Malibu

SMMUSD-Elementary Lunch Menu Prepay online at 1 2 Bosco Cheese Sticks W/Marinara

Baby Carrots Sliced Apples Palitos de Queso con Salsa Marinara


3 Chicken Nuggets

Veggie Beans Banana

Baked Cross Trax Fries Fresh Grapes

Peritos Caleintes Empanizados

Piezas de Pollo


Sandwich de Queso a la Parrilla

Sliced Carrots Aloha Roll Fresh Grapes

Refried Beans Peaches


12 Pizza Friday! Big Daddy Cheese Pizza

Green Beans Peaches Empanada con Salchicha de Pavo

Piezas de Pollo con sabor de naranja

Fajitas de Pollo



Fresh Green Salad w/Cherry Tomatoes, Pineapple Tidbits Pizza de Queso de Big Daddy


Baked Corn Dog

Pasta w/ Meat Sauce

Chicken Taquitos

Pizza Friday!

Veggie Beans Orange Smiles

Fresh Green Salad w/Cherry Tomatoes Aloha Roll Fresh Pear

Spanish Rice Fresh Plum

Tony’s Thin Crust Cheese Pizza

Pasta con salsa de carne

Taquitos de Pollo


25 Taco Salad Boat W/ Seasoned Turkey Meat

Fiesta Corn Fresh Plum

Baked Potato Smiles Fresh Pear

Turkey Sausage Patty Tater Tots 100% Juice

Tasty Refried Beans Whole Apple

Hamburguesa con Queso

Palitos de Waffle

Ensalada de Taco con Carne de Pavo



Fresh Romaine Salad cup w/Cherry Tomatoes Sliced Green Apples Pizza de queso de Corteza Delgada


Brunch For Lunch Waffle Sticks

Cheeseburger on Whole Grain Bun

No School Memorial Day!!!

Pizza de queso de Corteza Delgada

Bara de Taco con Carne de Pavo

Señor Felix Bean & Cheese Burrito


Fresh Green Salad w/ Cherry Tomatoes Frozen Fruit Cup

Pinto Beans Apple Slices


Burrito de Frijoles y Queso

Pizza Friday! Tony’s Thin Crust Cheese Pizza

Steamed Brown Rice Steamed Broccoli Orange Smiles

Perro Caliente Empanizado

Macarones con Queso

Taco Bar w/ Seasoned Turkey Meat Flour Tortilla

Chicken Fajita Tostada Boat

16 Home Style Macaroni & Cheese


Orange Chicken

Turkey Peperoni Pizza Pocket

Fresh Baby Carrots w/Low Fat Ranch Dressing Sliced Strawberries



Baked Mini Corn Dogs

9 Grilled Cheese Sandwich


May 2017

Pizza Friday! Big Daddy Cheese Pizza

Fresh Green Salad w/ Cherry Tomatoes Frozen Fruit Cup Pizza de Queso de Big Daddy

Vegetarian Options: 5/1-5/4-Grilled Cheese Sandwich 5/8-5/11- Quesadilla 5/15-5/18- Bean and Cheese Burrito 5/22-5/25- Hummus Box 5/30-5/31- Yogurt & Pretzels Fridays- Cheese Pizza

½ cup serving of fruits/vegetables will be served with breakfast & lunch *Menu Subject to Change 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

31 Baked Chicken Strips

Baked Cross Trax Fries Fresh Pear


BBQ Beef Rib Sandwich

Veggie Sticks w/Low Fat Ranch Dressing Cara Cara Orange Smiles

Sandwich de barbacoa Piezas de Pollo horneados Menus & Food & Nutrition Info can be found on our website at

Varieties of Milk offered daily: 1% white- (breakfast & lunch) Nonfat White (breakfast & lunch) Non-fat chocolate-(lunch only) Suggestions or questions, email:

To make a complete meal, students must take ½ of fruit OR vegetable

This Institution is an Equal Opportunity Provider

HARVEST OF THE MONTH Health and Learning Success Go Hand-in-Hand: Eating nutrient-rich foods like fruits and vegetables can help children do better in school. With Harvest of the Month, you can set a positive example and put your child on the road to health and learning success.

Carrots Healthy Fun Facts and Serving Ideas:  

Carrots are the second most popular type of vegetable after potatoes There are over 100 species of carrots. Some are big. Some are small and they come in a variety of colors including: orange, purple, white, yellow, and red


Enhance the naturally sweet flavor of carrots by adding a little honey or sugar when cooking. When cooking carrots be sure to cut the pieces as close as possible to the same size so that they will cook evenly. Peeled carrots will sometimes develop a dry, white coating when being stored. If they seem to be acceptable otherwise, the carrots can be rehydrated by soaking in cold water for a short period of time. This should rid the carrots of the white coating and bring them back to their original color.

2-Week Cycle Elementary Breakfast Menu

Cycle Date Cycle 1

May 1-5 May 15-19 May 29-31

Cycle 2

May 8-12 May 22-26

Menu is Subject to Change without notice Coffee Cake Or Cereal w/Graham Crackers

Banana Bread Or Cereal w/String Cheese

Biscuit w/Sausage Or Cereal w/String Cheese

Breakfast Pizza Bagel Or Cereal w/Graham Crackers

Oatmeal w/Graham Crackers Or Cereal w/String Cheese

Zucchini Bread Or Cereal w/Graham Crackers

Belgian Waffle Or Cereal w/Graham Crackers

Breakfast Pizza Bagel Or Cereal w/String Cheese

French Toast Sticks Or Cereal w/Graham Crackers

Build Your Own Yogurt Parfait Or Cereal w/String Cheese

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

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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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