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MAY 22-28, 2019

El Semanario

Edison Language Academy – Together Through Two Languages

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(310) 828-0335 www.edison.smmusd.org

ANNOUNCEMENTS YEAR END ASSESSMENTS – Edison’s 3-4-5th graders finish CAASPP testing Wednesday, May 22. Teachers are still conducting 1:1 assessments and scoring writing samples as we wrap up instruction and measure student progress this year. MARIACHI FINAL CONCERT AND SIGN UPS FOR NEXT YEAR – Tuesday, May 28th at 3:30 p.m. in the Edison cafeteria. To register for next year’s 5th grade program go to www.smmariachi.com and register. Parents of current 5th graders can register their children for the new Middle School Mariachi program hosted at John Adams Middle School with that same link. But register soon -- before registration closes on May 31, 2019. 5th GRADE BALLROOM DANCE PERFORMANCE Please join us for the 5th graders dance performance on Friday, May 31 at 8:45 am in the Edison Cafetorium. 3RD GRADE WAX MUSEUM –Linger a little at drop off on June 7 and partake of an Edison classic – the Third Grade Wax Museum. Our 3rd Graders have been studying biographies and researching notable historical figures. On June 7, they dress to represent a Wax Museum figure and – with the touch of a button—will tell you all about the figure they are portraying. And they’ll do it in English or Spanish! Just after school begin, our “wax museum” figures will be in the cafeteria courtyards. YEAR END CELEBRATIONS -- Traditionally each

grade has some form of end of year celebration. See below for dates by grades but please check with your child’s teacher/room rep for specific times and details and if volunteer chaperones are needed.   

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JUNE 5 -- 1st Grade: Picnic at Virginia Avenue Park JUNE 7 -- Pre-K and TK: field date JUNE 7 – 4TH Grade Picnic at Virginia Avenue Park JUNE 7 – 3RD Grade Field Day on Campus (until noon) – after the Wax Museum JUNE 10- 2ND GRADE Picnic at Virginia Avenue Park JUNE 11 – 5th Grade Picnic at Virginia Avenue Park JUNE 11 – Kindergarten Field Day at Edison

FROM THE PRINCIPAL’S DESK: ALL ABOUT ATTENDANCE PERMITS We’ve had a flurry of phone calls lately asking about INTER-DISTRICT and INTRA-DISTRICT attendance permits. So I thought I’d dedicate a few inches of space to provide some clarifying information. Because Edison is a school of choice and not a neighborhood school, all students attending Edison TKGrade 5 have some type of a permit. Policies governing permits are set by SMMUSD and not by Edison. ALL students whose families live in SMMUSD must apply for an INTRA-District permit upon admission to the TK-5th grade program. An INTRA-DISTRICT Permit allows your child to attend a school other than the neighborhood school associated with your residence. It does NOT need to be renewed annually. As long as your child resides in SMMUSD, you don’t need to do anything else to maintain this type of permit to attend Edison. Students whose families reside outside SMMUSD, attend Edison on an INTER-District Permit. This permit is obtained from the school district in which non-resident families live. Students generally apply for this permit the year that they first enroll at Edison. A few others need to get an INTERDISTRICT Permit because they lived in SMMUSD at enrollment and subsequently moved outside the district. Each school district has its own rules and policies about granting INTER-DISTRICT Permits. The permit is accepted by SMMUSD for the purpose of children attending Edison and the SMMUSD Language Immersion Academy. If attendance, conduct, and progress are satisfactory and if students continue in the Language Immersion program, these permits can be renewed through 12th grade. Because the District can decline to renew permits for excessive absences and late arrivals, it is particularly important that students with INTERDISTRICT PERMITS maintain good attendance. Families with this type of permit, do NOT need to go to their home district each year to renew the permit. However, they must sign a Verification of Continuing Enrollment form with the SMMUSD Student Services Department by May 31 of each year. If you need to renew your INTER-District Permit, please do so before May 31. We are not be allowed to place your child on a class list for next year until that form is submitted to Student Services. For more information, click on this link:

(http://www.smmusd.org/StudentServices/permits.html)

MEMORIAL DAY IS MONDAY, MAY 27 SCHOOL IS CLOSED.

Preschoolers do not require either type of permit.


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Academia de Idiomas Edison – Juntos A través de dos idiomas (310) 828-0335 www.edison.smmusd.org

ANUNCIOS Asesoramientos de Fin de Año - Los estudiantes de 3º, 4º y 5º grado de Edison terminan los exámenes CAASP este miércoles, 22 de mayo. Los maestros todavía están conduciendo asesoramientos de 1:1 y calificando muestras de escritura mientras vamos terminando la instrucción y medimos el progreso estudiantil este año. Concierto Final de Mariachi y Apuntarse para el Próximo Año – el martes, 28 de mayo a las 3:30 p.m. en la cafetería de Edison. Para registrarse para el programa de 5º grado para el próximo año vayan a www.smmariachi.com y regístrese. Los padres de estudiantes de 5º grado presente pueden registrar a sus hijos para el programa nuevo de Mariachi de Escuela Intermedia patrocinado por la Escuela Intermedia John Adams con el mismo enlace. Pero regístrense pronto - la registración se cierra el 31 de mayo, 2019. Presentación de Baile de Salón del 5º Grado - Por favor acompáñenos para su presentación final el viernes, 31 de mayo a las 8:45 am en la cafetería de Edison. Museo de Cera del 3º Grado – quédense un poco después de dejar a su hijo/a el 7 de junio y tomen parte de un clásico de Edison – El Museo de Cera del 3º Grado. Nuestros estudiantes del 3º grado han estado estudiando biografías e investigando figuras históricas notables. El 7 de junio, se visten para representar a una figura de Museo de Cera y – con el toque de un botón – les dirán sobre la figura que están representando. ¡Y lo harán en inglés o en español! Justo después de comiencen las clases, nuestras figuras del “museo de cera” estarán en los patios de la cafetería. Celebraciones de Fin de Año – Tradicionalmente cada grado tiene algún tipo de celebración de fin de año. Miren abajo para las fechas por grados, pero por favor revisen con el maestro/a de su hijo/a para tiempos específicos y detalles y vayan de voluntarios si se requiere chaperones.   

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5 de junio – 1er Grado: Picnic en el Parque Virginia 7 de junio – Preescolar y TK fecha de campo 7 de junio – 4º grado Picnic en el Parque Virginia 7 de junio – 3er grado Día de Campo en la escuela (hasta el medio día) – después del Museo de Cera 10 de junio – 2º Grado Picnic en el Parque Virginia 11 de junio – 5º Grado Picnic en el Parque Virginia 11 de junio – Kindergarten Día de Campo en Edison

Día Memorial es el lunes, 27 de mayo LA ESCUELA ESTARÁ CERRADA.

DEL ESCRITORIO DE LA DIRECTORA: TODO SOBRE LOS PERMISOS DE ASISTENCIA Hemos tenido un montón de llamadas preguntando sobre los permisos de asistencia de INTER-DISTRITO e INTRA-DISTRITO. Entonces pensé dedicar unas pulgadas de espacio para proveer algo de información para clarificar. Porque Edison es una escuela de opción y no es una escuela residencial, todos los estudiantes asistiendo a Edison de TK hasta el 5º grado tienen algún tipo de permiso. Las pólizas gobernando los permisos son hechas por SMMUSD no por Edison. Todos los estudiantes de quienes sus familias viven en SMMUSD deben solicitar un permiso de INTRA-DISTRITO en cuanto sean admitidos al programa de TK – 5º grado. In Permiso de INTRA-DISTRITO le permite a su hijo/a asistir a una escuela que no es la escuela de su vecindad asociada con su residencia. NO necesita ser renovado anualmente. Mientras su hijo/a viva en SMMUSD, usted no tiene que hacer nada más para mantener este tipo de permiso en Edison. Los estudiantes de quienes familias viven fuera de SMMUSD, asisten a Edison con un Permiso de INTER-DISTRITO. Este permiso se obtiene del distrito escolar en cual las familias quienes no son residentes viven. Los estudiantes generalmente solicitan este permiso el año en el cual entran a Edison. Algunos otros necesitan conseguir un Permiso de INTER-DISTRITO porque vivían en SMMUSD cuando se registraron y después se mudaron fuera del distrito. Cada distrito escolar tiene sus propias reglas y pólizas sobre cómo otorgar los Permisos de INTER-DISTRITO. El permiso es aceptado por SMMUSD para el propósito de los niños asistiendo a Edison en la Academia de Idiomas de SMMUSD. Si la asistencia, conducta, y progreso son satisfactorios y si los estudiantes continúan en el programa de Inmersión de Idiomas, estos permisos pueden ser renovados hasta el 12º grado. Porque el distrito puede negarse a renovar permisos por ausencias excesivas y llegadas tardes, es particularmente importante que los estudiantes con PERMISOS DE INTER-DISTRITO mantengan buena asistencia. Las familias con este tipo de permiso, NO necesitan ir a su distrito de residencia cada año para renovar el permiso. Sin embargo, deben firmar una forma Verificación de Matrícula Continua con el Departamento de Servicios Estudiantiles de SMMUSD antes del 31 de mayo cada año. Si tiene que renovar su Permiso de INTER-DISTRITO, por favor háganlo antes del 31 de mayo. No podemos poner a su hijo/a en una lista de clase para el siguiente año hasta que esa forma sea entregada a Servicios Estudiantiles. Para más información siga este enlace: (http://www.smmusd.org/StudentServices/permits.html) Los estudiantes de preescolar no requieren ningún tipo

de permiso.


WE WANT TO KNOW YOUR THOUGHTS Your special needs child depends on you to be prepared for school emergencies.

Are your prepared? Come share your thoughts on preparedness for special needs students.

To register contact:

Phyllis Tan ptan@ph.lacounty.gov Tel: (213) 637-3631

$25 compensation for participants. Food will be provided at the meeting.

Pre-register today!

Who can participate? All parents/caregivers/guardians with a child who has special needs at school.

What will you be asked to do? Make your opinion count in your school community! You will be asked to participate in a 1 hour focus group, take a survey, and share your experiences about emergencies and disaster preparedness for your family and special needs child.

When and where? May 28, 2019 – 8:30 AM

Santa Monica Malibu School District Office Board Room 1651 16th Street, Santa Monica, CA 90404

For more information contact: Rita Burke at riburke@chla.edu


QUEREMOS CONOCER TUS PENSAMIENTOS Tu hijo con necesidades especiales depende de ti para estar preparado para las emergencias escolares.

¿Estás preparado? Ven a compartir tus pensamientos sobre la preparación para estudiantes con necesidades especiales.

Para registrarse comunícate con: Phyllis Tan ptan@ph.lacounty.gov Tel: (213) 637-3631 $ 25 de compensación para los participantes. Se suministrará comida en la reunión.

¡Pre-regístrate hoy!

¿Quién puede participar? Todos los padres/cuidadores/tutores, con un niño que tenga necesidades especiales en la escuela.

¿Qué se te pedirá que hagas? ¡Haz que tu opinión cuente en tu comunidad escolar! Se te pedirá que participes en un grupo de enfoque de 1 hora, tomar una encuesta y compartir tus experiencias sobre emergencias y preparación para desastres para tu familia y tu hijo con necesidades especiales.

¿Cuándo y dónde? Mayo 28, 2019 – 8:30 AM Santa Monica Malibu School District Office Board Room 1651 16th Street, Santa Monica, CA 90404 Para mayor información comunícate con: Rita Burke at riburke@chla.edu


Volunteers at the end of day at Escuela Inés María Mendoza.

A big thank you to Edison Elementary for the great books you provided to send to Puerto Rico! For the first school, we were so fortunate to spend the day at Escuela Inés María Mendoza

in San Juan. Away from the busy life of the city, this school was tucked away on a small mountain, providing lush grass and ample space for the 1,000 students (18 months through high school). The project-based campus was filled with teachers and staff providing quality instruction with few resources. Working alongside dozens of high schoolers for the day, Access Books volunteers soaked in the enthusiasm for books and learning that enveloped the school. We sorted 6,500 books, put together bookcases (with the teacher and members of the shop class), painted murals and created a new hub for the school.

Day 2 we headed to the mountain area of Urtado to spend the day at Escuela Francisco

Jordán. When we arrived at the school, we were struck by the fact that the school for 1,000 students had fewer than 100 books. Also, we learned half of the school did not yet have a roof. We managed to sort and catalogue 6,500 books for the school and community- 2,000 of which were delivered to the high school down the street. The librarian’s mother made us an authentic Puerto Rican lunch we shared with the staff. We finished up and dragged ourselves to the bus. As we were headed to the bus, the librarian ran to us. After a long hug, she whispered that her school would never forget this day.

Former Edison students who participated in the project.

While most headed for the bus back to the city, a few volunteers headed off the local Boy’s and Girl’s Club to deliver more books and items. At all the sites, we spotted the great books that Edison collected. As one student said, “I can’t believe kids and families that never met us, gave us these great books. I did not know such nice people exist.” Another student remarked, “I want to just stay in the library now foreverthere is so much to read.” The librarian may have summed it up the best, “these are really good books. These are books my students want to read. It will change them forever.”

Once again, thanks to Edison for all the wonderful books! 10,000 books ready for shipment

¡Muchas gracias a la escuela de primaria Edison por los excelentes libros que ha proporcionado para enviar a Puerto Rico! En la primera escuela tuvimos la suerte de pasar el día en la Escuela Inés María

Out with the old...

...In with the new!

Mendoza en San Juan. Lejos de la ajetreada vida de la ciudad, esta escuela estaba escondida en una pequeña montaña, lo que proporcionaba una exuberante hierba y un amplio espacio para los 1.000 estudiantes (18 meses hasta la escuela de secundaria). El proyecto se llenó de maestros y personal que brindaron instrucción de calidad con pocos recursos. Trabajando junto a docenas de estudiantes de secundaria durante el día, los voluntarios de Access Books empaparon el entusiasmo por los libros y el aprendizaje que envolvían a la escuela. Clasificamos 6.500 libros, armamos estanterías (con el maestro y los miembros de la clase de construcción), pintamos murales y creamos un nuevo centro para la escuela.

El segundo día nos dirigimos a la zona montañosa de Urtado para pasar el día en la

Escuela Francisco Jordán. Cuando llegamos a la escuela, nos sorprendió el hecho de que la escuela, también para 1.000 estudiantes, tenía menos de 100 libros. Además, aprendimos que la mitad de la escuela aún no tenía techo. Conseguimos clasificar y catalogar 6.500 libros para la escuela y la comunidad. 2.000 de los cuales fueron entregados a la escuela de secundaria situada en la misma calle. La madre del bibliotecario nos hizo un auténtico almuerzo puertorriqueño que compartimos con el personal. Terminamos, y nos arrastramos hasta el autobús. La bibliotecaria corrió hacia nosotros cuando nos dirigíamos al autobús y espués de un largo abrazo, susurró que su escuela nunca olvidaría este día. Mientras que la mayoría se dirigía al autobús de regreso a la ciudad, algunos voluntarios salieron del Club de Niñ@s local para entregar más libros y artículos. Vimos los libros que Edison recopiló por todas partes. Como dijo un estudiante: “No puedo creer que los niñ@s y las familias que nunca nos han conocido nos hayan dado estos libros tan fabulosos. No sabía que existieran personas tan buenas “. Otro alumno comentó: “Ahora quiero quedarme en la biblioteca para siempre; hay mucho para leer “. Es posible que el bibliotecario lo haya resumido de la mejor manera: “Estos son libros muy buenos: son libros que mis alumnos quieren leer. Los cambiará para siempre”. The Principal is already enjoying the murals and books.

Last project, headed home.

Una vez más, gracias Edison, por todos los libros maravillosos!


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

WRAPAROUND

C A M P SANTA MONICA SPORTS EXPERIENCE WRAPAROUND HALF-DAY CAMP 12:30 PM —5:00 PM

Extended care available for an additional fee

WRAPAROUND IS A HALF-DAY CAMP THAT IS OFFERED EXCLUSIVELY TO 4TH-5TH GRADE STUDENTS ATTENDING INTENSIVE INTERVENTION SUMMER SCHOOL AT GRANT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL REGISTRATION BEGINS:

MAY 1ST

CAMP BEGINS:

JUNE 20TH

CAMP ENDS:

JULY 17TH

REGISTER IN PERSON AT: Reed Park Youth Office: 1133 7th St. Santa Monica, CA. 90403 Phone: 310.458.8540 Fax: 310.451.3569 smgov.net/crest


Location: Grant Elementary School Santa Monica Sports Experience (SMSE) Wraparound Camp is an exciting addition to the day for your young sports fan. Conveniently located at the Intensive Intervention Summer School site, campers will enjoy organized sports and games, as well as swimming, and excursions to local attractions!

WEEKLY SCHEDULE & PRICING PER WEEK FOR WRAPAROUND CAMP June 20—July 17 TIMES DATES

Week 1 June 20 - 21

Week 2 June 24 –28

Week 3: Jul 1 - Jul 5 Closed July 4

Week 4

Extended Care is 7:00 am to school bell and 12:30—6:00 pm

SANTA MONICA RESIDENT FEE

NONRESIDENT FEE

Regular Day: 12:30PM -5:00PM

$56/wk

$62/wk

With Extended Care

$70/wk

$76/wk

Regular Day: 12:30PM -5:00PM

$140/wk

$155/wk

With Extended Care

$175/wk

$190/wk

Regular Day: 12:30PM -5:00PM

$112/wk

With Extended Care

$140/wk

Regular Day: 12:30PM -5:00PM

Jul 8 -12 Week 5 Jul 15 –17

With Extended Care

$140/wk $175/wk

$124/wk $152/wk $155/wk $190/wk

Regular Day: 12:30PM -5:00PM

$84/wk

$93/wk

With Extended Care

$105/wk

$114/wk

Financial Assistance Available to qualifying Santa Monica residents and non-residents if attending mandated summer school only.


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

YOUR GUIDE TO CREST

CAMP S • CAMP SANTA MONICA • • SANTA MONICA SPORTS EXPERIENCE CAMP • • WATER ADVENTURES CAMP • ALL CREST CAMPS ARE WEEKLY CAMPS FOR YOUTH AGES 8-14 YRS CAMP BEGINS: CAMP ENDS:

JUNE 17, 2019 AUGUST 9, 2019

*SMSE ends August 14, 2019

Register Now! REGISTER ONLINE AT: www.smgov.net/reserve REGISTER IN PERSON AT: Reed Park Youth Office: 1133 7th St. Santa Monica, CA. 90403


Location: John Adams Middle School Calling all urban explorers! This unique experience introduces campers to the City’s strategic vision through fun and creative theme-based games and projects that are developed in collaboration with our City Departments and partners. Kids enjoy special behind- the- scenes tours of City operations and guest appearances from key staff members. Location: John Adams Middle School A thrilling sports camp for young sports aficionados. Campers explore a variety of athletic techniques, participate in tournaments, drills, and games that will not only build their physical abilities, but reinforce and promote sportsmanship, cooperative fair play, and teamwork. Location: Lincoln Middle School Aloha, jump into spring with both feet! Join Water Adventures for an exciting wave catching, pool splashing thrill. Campers will learn essential safety concepts in, on, and around water. Sunscreen and swim attire required! *Please note that Water Adventures is a water-focused camp. Participants must be prepared to enter the water on pool and beach days. For the safety of all participants, campers are required to participate in all activities.

Available to qualifying Santa Monica residents. All families are encouraged to apply! More info @ www.smgov.net/financialassistance

WEEKLY SCHEDULE & PRICING FOR ALL CREST CAMPS DATES

TIMES

*SANTA MONICA

RESIDENT FEE

*NONRESIDENT FEE

Weekly June 17th August 9th

Regular Day: 8:30AM -5:00PM

$225/wk

$250/wk

Extended Care: 7:00AM -6:00PM

$260/wk

$285/wk

Week of July 1st *No camp on the 4th of July

Regular Day: 8:30AM -5:00PM

$180/wk

$200/wk

Extended Care: 7:00AM -6:00PM

$208/wk

$228/wk

FOR SMSE CAMP ONLY

Regular Day: 8:30AM -5:00PM

$135/wk

$150/wk

Extended Care: 7:00AM -6:00PM

$156/wk

$171/wk

Week of Aug. 12th **Camp only meets MTW for this final week


CITY OF SANTA MONICA REGISTRATION FORM Community Classes, Programs, Camps and Activities

ONLINE REGISTRATION AVAILABLE AT WWW.SMGOV.NET/RESERVE Mail-in and Drop-off Registration — Complete information on both sides of this form. Incomplete forms will not be processed. Community Classes Office 1450 Ocean Avenue Santa Monica, CA 90401 Phone: (310) 458-2239 Fax: (310) 899-0840

E-mail: communityclasses@smgov.net

Santa Monica Swim Center 2225 16th Street Santa Monica, CA 90405 Phone: (310) 458-8700 Fax: (310) 450-5076

Youth Office at Reed Park 1133 7th Street Santa Monica, CA 90403 Phone: (310) 458-8540 Fax: (310) 451-3569

E-mail: aquatics@smgov.net

E-mail: crest@smgov.net

A: Participant Information Full Name: Gender: School: Address: City: Cell Phone: Home Phone: Special Needs/Medications/Allergies: African American/Black Cultural/Ethnic Background American Indian/Alaska Native

B: Parent/Guardian Information

Birthdate: Grade:

Age:

State:

Zip:

Email: Asian

Hispanic/Latino

White

Pacific Islander

Multiple (Check all that apply)

Other

Complete if participant is under the age of 18. Leave blank if information is same as above.

Full Name: Gender: Birthdate: Address: City: State: Zip: Cell Phone: Home: Phone: Email: Adults over the age of 18 who are LOCAL and authorized to pick up your child in the event you cannot be reached during an emergency. Name:

Relationship:

Phone Number:

Name:

Relationship:

Phone Number:

My child is at least 12 years of age and may sign themselves in or out at the end of the program: [

C: Proof of Residency Requirement Please Check: □ CA Driver’s License #

] Yes [

] No

Santa Monica residents must complete ONE of the following for residency verification .

□ CA State ID #

□ Utility Account #

□ Consular ID Card #

D: Camps, Classes & Activities Section #

Activity Name

1st Choice Day/Time

2nd Choice Day/Time

3rd Choice Day/Time

Fee

Total Fees:

E: Payment [ ] Check or Money Order (Payable to City of Santa Monica)

[ ] Credit Card #__________________________________________________ Exp Date _____________________ CVV ______________ Name (as it appear on the card): _________________________________________ Signature ____________________________________ If account becomes delinquent, future programming could be interrupted, and account may be referred to a third party collection agency.

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Waiver, Release and Assumption of Risk For and in consideration of my participation in the above-named activity, the undersigned freely and voluntarily releases, discharges, waives, and relinquishes any and all actions or causes of action for personal injury of any kind (regardless of seriousness), property damage, or wrongful death occurring to himself/herself arising out of or as a result of participating in the above-named activity, wherever or however the same may occur and for whatever period said activities may continue. The undersigned, for himself/herself, his/her heirs, executors, administrators, successors or assigns, hereby assumes all risks of participating in said activity and releases, waives, discharges, and relinquishes any action or causes of action as described in this document, which may hereafter arise for himself/ herself and for his/her estate, and agrees that under no circumstance will he/she or his/her heirs, successors, executors, administrators, or assigns prosecute or present any claim or action for personal injury, property damage, or wrongful death against the City of Santa Monica, or any of its officers, agents, or employees for any of said causes of action whether the same arise because of the negligence of any said persons or otherwise. The undersigned acknowledges that staff associated with the activity may not be employees of the City, and may be independent contractors. IT IS MY INTENTION BY THIS RELEASE TO VOLUNTARILY EXEMPT, RELIEVE, INDEMNIFY, HOLD HARMLESS, AND RELEASE THE CITY OF SANTA MONICA AND ALL OF ITS AGENTS, OFFICERS, AND EMPLOYEES FROM ANY AND ALL LIABILITY FOR PERSONAL INJURY, WRONGFUL DEATH, OR PROPERTY DAMAGE, WHETHER OR NOT CAUSED BY NEGLIGENCE, AND FOR THE UNDERSIGNED TO ASSUME ALL RISKS OF PARTICIPATING IN THIS ACTIVITY. The undersigned acknowledges that he/she has read the foregoing two paragraphs and fully understands the potential danger incidental to engaging in the above-named activity. Those potential dangers include, but are in no way limited to: Swimming Activities: Slip and fall, drowning, hypothermia, dehydration, heat exhaustion, sunburns, collision with other participants, unpredictable currents and tides, water-borne contaminants or illnesses, stings and bites from animals (if in ocean), scrapes and abrasions. Outdoor Recreation Activities: Slip and fall, sprains or broken bones, cuts and abrasions, collision with other participants, overexertion, dehydration, sunburns, and heat exhaustion. Classroom Activities: Slip and fall, allergic reactions, adverse responses to chemicals, abrasions and cuts, burns, injuries from use of tools and equipment. Photography Release: I give my consent to the photographing, recording and reproduction in any other manner (including use of video and audiotapes) of my likeness, voice and/or activities and further authorize the City of Santa Monica, and its agents or assigns, to make unlimited use of such reproductions, including but not limited to broadcasting of the re-productions over radio, television and on the Internet. I understand that I will not receive any monetary compensa-tion now or in the future for any such reproductions. I do hereby release and hold harmless the City of Santa Mon-ica, and its officers and employees from any claims. PARENT GUARDIAN WAIVER FOR MINORS (Under 18 years old) The undersigned parent and natural guardian or legal guardian does hereby represent that he or she is, in fact, acting in such capacity and agrees to save and hold harmless and indemnify each and all of the parties referred to above from all liability, loss, cost, claim or damage whatsoever which may be imposed upon said parties because of any defect in or lack of such capacity to so act and release said parties on behalf of the minor and all other parents and/or legal guardian. I further consent to any necessary medical treatment for my minor child, should he or she become injured and require immediate medical care. Refund Policy COMMUNITY CLASSES, COMMUNITY AQUATICS, CREST SPORTS, AND CREST ENRICHMENT: A $15.00 processing fee applies for each activity session refunded. Request must be made in writing to the program supervisor in person or by fax, mail, or email. Refunds will be issued only if requested within one day after the first class meeting. CREST CLUB, HOMEWORK CLUB, AM CARE, LATE START DAY AM CARE, PM EXTENDED CARE: Withdrawal of a child from the CREST Program requires that the Site Coordinator be notified in writing at least one month prior to the withdrawal. Fees are not prorated. Returning participants will be charged the $50.00 registration fee. CAMPS: Refunds will be issued with medical documentation or if requested at least 5 days prior to the first meeting. Refunds will be prorated. A $15.00 processing fee applies for each activity session refunded. Requests must be made in writing to the Program Supervisor in person or by fax, mail or email. WORKSHOPS AND INDIVIDUAL CLASSES: Registration and material fees are nonrefundable. REFUNDS FOR DUPLICATE/MULTIPLE ENROLLMENTS resulting from multiple registration submissions (at one or more offices or via online registration) will be subject to a $15.00 processing fee for each activity session refunded. Photo Consent Opt Out Information Anyone who does not wish to consent to the Photo Release provision should contact the Community Classes Office at (310) 458-2239 or communityclasses@smgov.net. Authorization By signing below, I acknowledge that I have read the information above. I understand and agree to the terms and conditions of participation in City of Santa Monica community classes, camps, programs and activities. Signature

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City of Santa Monica Human Services Division, C.R.E.S.T. Programs

Code of Conduct

CREST is dedicated to cultivating an environment that is inclusive, and that promotes and encourages positive youth character development. Use of profanity, demeaning language, and/or behavior that is perceived as aggressive or threatening to participants, spectators, or staff is unacceptable in any program area. Adults affiliated with a child participant exhibiting these behaviors may be asked to leave the program area and their child participant could be subject to withdrawal from the program. Policy:  Upon the first occurrence, a CREST program representative will immediately speak with the individual exhibiting the unacceptable behavior. The policy will be reviewed and the occurrence will be documented and logged.  Upon the second occurrence, the CREST program representative will escort the individual away from the program area. The second occurrence will be documented and logged.  Upon the third occurrence, the CREST program representative will remind the parent of the policy and their child participant will be subject to withdrawal from CREST program(s). The third occurrence will be documented and logged.  Parent or guardian will be contacted and provided with documentation about the consequences of program disruption.  Program fees will not be refunded.  When necessary, City staff will call the Santa Monica Police Department for the safety of children, spectators and staff. By signing, I acknowledge that I have read the information above. I understand and agree to the terms and conditions of participation in City of Santa Monica community classes/camps/programs/activities. Child Participant’s Full Name: _______________________________

Adult Name: ____________________ Signature: _____________________ Date: ___________


June 24 - July 26, 2019

at Roosevelt Elementary School

8:30 am - 12:30 pm

For students entering TK-5

Break a Serve like Serena • Be an Ocean Explorer • Paint Your Masterpiece Jump-Start Kindergarten • Become an Engineer • Learn to Code Launch Rockets • Learn the Latest Hip-Hop Moves • and so much more!

Online registration begins March 4 at 7:30 a.m. www.summer-adventure.org No computer or smart phone? Online registration assistance available, starting March 4 at 7:30 a.m. at District Office (1651 16th Street).

$610 No more materials fees! Scholarships available for qualifying SMMUSD students. Childcare available before and after for additional fee. Have a student entering 6th grade? Check out our Middle School Summer Adventure!

Questions? 310.450.8338 x70420 info@summer-adventure.org Sponsored by


Aventuras de Verano Descubra. Explora. Crea.

24 de junio - 26 de julio, 2019 8:30 am - 12:30 pm

En la Escuela Primaria Roosevelt Para los estudiantes que ingresan a los grados TK-5

Servir en Tenis Como Serena • Ser un Explorador del Océano Pinta tu Obra Maestra • Lanza al Kinder • Conviértete en un Ingeniero Aprendes a Codificar • Lanza Cohetes • Coreografía tu Propia Danza ¡y mucho más!

Inscripción en línea estará disponible a partir del 4 de marzo a las 7:30 a.m. www.summer-adventure.org ¿No tiene teléfono inteligente o computadora? Se ofrecerá asistencia con la inscripción en línea en la Oficina del Distrito a partir del 4 de marzo a las 7:30 a.m. en la Oficina del Distrito (1651 16th Street).

$610 ¡Costo de materiales incluido con la inscripción! Becas disponibles para estudiantes de SMMUSD que califiquen. Cuidado de niños disponible antes y después por una cantidad adicional.

¿Tiene un estudiante en 6to grado? ¡Ver nuestra Aventura de Verano de la Escuela Secundaria! ¿Preguntas? 310.450.8338 x70420 info@summer-adventure.org Patrocinado por


June 24 - July 26, 2019 8:45 am - 12:45 pm

at Lincoln Middle School

For students entering 6-9

Cooking • Art • Athletics • STEM • Academics Online registration begins March 4 at 7:30 a.m. www.summer-adventure.org No computer or smart phone? Online registration assistance available, starting March 4 at 7:30 a.m. at District Office (1651 16th Street).

$650 for five weeks or prorated by week No more materials fees! Scholarships available for qualifying SMMUSD students. Childcare available in afternoon for additional fee.

Questions? 310.450.8338 x70420 info@summer-adventure.org Sponsored by


Aventuras de Verano Descubra. Explora. Crea.

24 de junio - 26 de julio, 2019 8:45 am - 12:45 pm

En la escuela secundaria Lincoln Para los estudiantes que ingresan a los grados 6-9

Cocina • Arte • Atletismo • STEM • Académico Inscripción en línea estará disponible a partir del 4 de marzo a las 7:30 a.m. www.summer-adventure.org ¿No tiene teléfono inteligente o computadora? Se ofrecerá asistencia con la inscripción en línea en la Oficina del Distrito a partir del 4 de marzo a las 7:30 a.m. en la Oficina del Distrito (1651 16th Street).

$650 por cinco semanas o su equivalente por semana ¡Sin costos adicionales! Becas disponibles para estudiantes de SMMUSD que califiquen. Cuidado de niños en las tardes disponible por un costo adicional.

¿Preguntas?

310.450.8338 x70420 info@summer-adventure.org Patrocinado por

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Special Needs at School, Access Books, SM Wraparound Camp, CREST Summer Camps, Summer Adventure

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