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El Semanario

Edison Language Academy – Together Through Two Languages (310) 828-0335 www.edison.smmusd.org

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MARIACHI SIGN UPS FOR NEXT YEAR for incoming 5th graders

and incoming 6th graders at JAMS by May 31. Use this link to register: www.smmariachi.com VERIFICATION OF CONTINUING ENROLLMENT for students attending Edison on an inter-district permit by May 31 Below are the instructions and forms from the SMMUSD Website (http://www.smmusd.org/StudentServices/permits.html) SELECTION OF MUSIC CLASSES FOR INCOMING 4TH GRADERS –

Current 3rd graders need to choose a music class by using the online “music class selection form” and choosing a first and second choice by June 3. Go to www.musicnextyear.com. Hard copies of this form are available in the school office. UPDATE MUSIC CHOICE FOR INCOMING 5TH GRADERS Current 4th graders must update their choice for music next year by June 3, deciding if they want to continue with their current instrumental class or audition for choir next year. There is NOT an option to switch from one instrument to another in 5th grade because there are no beginning classes. If students want to audition for choir, request an audition on the selection form. To do this on-line visit www.musicnextyear.com; hard copies also available in the office.

TWO WONDERFUL UP-COMING EVENTS:  5th GRADE BALLROOM DANCE PERFORMANCE - 5th graders will present the culmination of their 10-week ballroom dance class, Friday May 31 at 8:45 am in the Edison cafetorium.  3RD GRADE WAX MUSEUM – will be held slightly after drop off on Friday, June 7 in the courtyards around the Cafeteria. Third Graders will be dress as historical characters and can tell you about their character in either English or Spanish. EDISON LOST AND FOUND -- Stop by the Edison Lost and Found and reclaim your child’s lost articles before the end of the school year. One mother found 11 different items belonging to her children! Please take a few minutes and find your child’s lost things. Items remaining will be donated to a local charity. LIBRARY VOLUNTEERS NEEDED -- Can you spare a couple hours to help us get the library ready for the next school year? Help needed to shelve books and process new books on the following days and times: Wednesday 5/29 2-3 p.m. (shelving only) or Thursday 5/30 8:30-10:30 a.m. and 2-3 p.m.

FROM THE PRINCIPAL’S DESK: ENDINGS AND BEGINNINGS In just a few more days, the 2018-2019 school year will draw to a close. School years mark chapters in our children’s development, and we all get nostalgic thinking about how fast the first year of Kindergarten, or last year of elementary school went by. Our fifth grade families are getting ready for a major transition with a promotion ceremony on Monday, June 10 in the cafeteria followed by a luncheon reception for 5th grade families. On Saturday, June 8 at Edison our high school seniors will also be celebrating their graduation after 13 years of schooling in a special immersion graduation ceremony for students and families at Edison. I refer to them as “OUR” high school seniors because they feel very much like members of our extended family, and greeting their families again on Saturday will feel like a family reunion. And as we wind up this year at Edison, we’re already beginning the planning for 2019-2020. We engage in an extensive process of analyzing achievement data, parent surveys, student surveys on peer interactions and school climate, and reflections from our various Professional Learning Communities as we explore how we can be a continuously improving school. We’re looking to see how well we met our goals this year and to propose adjustments to plans, goals and discretionary budgets 2019-2020. We look forward to sharing the analysis of data with you and new directions when we return in August! And there are endings and beginnings for staff as well. We’re preparing to bid farewell to some valued colleagues moving on to new stages in their lives and at the same time we’re interviewing, hiring and preparing training for new staff for next year.   

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YEAR END CELEBRATIONS – 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


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

ANUNCIOS Fechas Límites Que Se Acercan: 1. Apuntarse Para Mariachi Para el Próximo Año para estudiantes entrando a 5º grado y estudiantes entrando al 6º grado en JAMS a más tardar el 31 de mayo. Usen este enlace para registrar a su hijo/a: www.smmariachi.com 2. Verificación de Matrícula Continua para estudiantes asistiendo a Edison en un permiso de inter-distrito a más tardar el 31 de mayo. Abajo están las instrucciones y las formas de la página de internet de SMMUSD (http://www.smmusd.org/StudentServices/permits.html) 3. Selección de Clases de Música para Estudiantes Entrando a 4º Grado – estudiantes presentes de 3º grado necesitan escoger una clase de música usando la “forma de selección de música” en internet y eligiendo una primera opción y una segunda opción a más tardar el 3 de junio. Vayan a www.musicnextyear.com Copias en papel están disponibles en la oficina de la escuela. 4. Actualizar Opción de Música para Estudiantes Entrando a 5º Grado Los estudiantes presentes en el 4º grado deben actualizar su opción para música para el próximo año a más tardar el 3 de junio, decidiendo si quieren continuar con el instrumento que tienen este año o hacer un audición para el coro el próximo año. NO hay opción para cambiar a otro instrumento en 5º grado porque no hay clases principiantes. Si los estudiantes quieren hacer una audición para el coro, pidan una audición en la forma de selección. Para hacer esto visiten a www.musicnextyear.com; copias en papel también están disponibles en la oficina. Dos Eventos Maravillosos que se Acercan:  Presentación de 5º Grado de Baile de Salón – los estudiantes de 5º grado presentarán la culminación de su clase de baile de 10 semanas, el viernes, 31 de mayo a las 8:45 am en la cafetería de Edison.  Museo de Cera del 3º Grado – se llevará a cabo poco después de dejar a los niños el viernes, 7 de junio en los patios alrededor de la cafetería. Los estudiantes del 3º grado se vestirán como personajes históricos y pueden contarles sobre su personaje en inglés o español. Edison Perdido y Encontrado – Pasen por lo Perdido y Encontrado de Edison y reclamen las cosas perdidas de su hijo/a antes del fin del año escolar. ¡Una mamá encontró 11 cosas diferentes que le pertenecían a sus hijos! Por favor tomen unos minutos y encuentren las cosas perdidas de su hijo/a. Las cosas que queden serán donadas a una caridad local. Se Necesitan Voluntarios Para la Biblioteca - ¿Pueden donar algunas horas para ayudarnos a preparar la biblioteca para el próximo año? Ayúdenos a guardar libros y procesar libros nuevos en los siguientes días y tiempos: miércoles, 5/29 de 2 – 3 pm (guardando libros solamente) o el jueves 5/30 de 8:30 – 10:30 am y de 2 – 3 pm.

DEL ESCRITORIO DE LA DIRECTORA: FINES Y COMIENZOS En sólo unos cuantos días más, el año escolar del 2018 2019 llega a su fin. Los años escolares marcan capítulos en el desarrollo de nuestros niños, y a todos nos llega la nostalgia pensando sobre lo rápido el primer año de Kindergarten, o el último año de la primaria se pasaron. Nuestras familias de 5º grado se preparan para una transición mayor con la ceremonia de promoción el junes, 10 de junio en la cafetería seguida por una recepción de almuerzo para las familias de 5º grado. El sábado, 8 de junio en Edison nuestros estudiantes del 12º grado también celebrarán su graduación después de 13 años de clases en una ceremonia especial de inmersión para los estudiantes y familias de Edison. Me refiero a ellos como “NUESTROS” estudiantes del 12º grado porque se sienten mucho como los miembros de nuestra familia extendida, y saludando a sus familias de nuevo el sábado se sentirá como una reunión familiar. Y en lo que vamos cerrando este año en Edison, ya estamos planeando para el 2019 – 2020. Nos comprometemos en un proceso extenso de analizar datos de rendimiento, encuestas de padres, encuestas de estudiantes sobre interacciones con compañeros y clima escolar, y reflexiones de nuestras varias Comunidades de Aprendizaje Profesional mientras exploramos como podemos continuar mejorando la escuela. Estamos mirando qué tan bien cumplimos nuestras metas este año y para proponer ajustes a los planes, metas y presupuestos discrecionales para el 2019-2020. ¡Deseamos compartir el análisis de datos con ustedes y las nuevas direcciones cuando regresemos en agosto! Y hay fines y comienzos para el personal también. Estamos preparándonos para despedirnos de algunos colegas valiosos quienes se mueven a nuevas etapas en sus vidas y a la misma vez estamos entrevistando, contratando y preparando entrenamiento para el personal nuevo para el año que viene.

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CELEBRACIONES DE FIN DE AÑO – 5 de junio – 1er Grado: Picnic en Parque Virginia 7 de junio – Preescolar y TK: fecha de campo 7 de junio – 4o Grado Picnic en 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 Parque Virginia 11 de junio – 5o Grado Picnic en Parque Virginia 11 de junio – Kindergarten Día de Campo en Edison


Can't find your kid's jacket at home? Try Edison's Lost & Found

We have a nice collection of left behind shirts, sweaters, jackets, pants, hats, lunch boxes, food containers & water bottles. BUT EVERYTHING MUST GO! Items not picked up by WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12TH will be donated to a local charity THANKS for your help!


¿No consigue el abrigo de su hijo(a) en casa? ¡Busque en el área de Objetos Perdidos de Edison!

Tenemos una gran colección de camisetas, abrigos, chaquetas, pantalones, gorras, loncheras, contenedores y botellas. ¡PERO TODO DEBE SALIR! Lo que no sea retirado antes del MIÉRCOLES, 12 DE JUNIO será donado a una caridad local ¡GRACIAS por su colaboración!


• 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 #

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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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Date


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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