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Edison Language Academy – Together Through Two Languages

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

ANNOUNCEMENTS YEAR END CELEBRATIONS JUNE 5 -- 1st Grade: Picnic at Virginia Avenue Park JUNE 6 -- 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

WELCOME TO INCOMING PRESCHOOL, TK AND KINDERGARTEN STUDENTS – Because there are many siblings among the nearly 130 new students joining us for 2019-2020, we want to extend a welcome and some enrollment reminders in this last newsletter of the year! If you are enrolling a new student, please work with Kathy Fargnoli to make sure your enrollment is complete as quickly as possible, including the required permit. The Family Picnic for entering TK and K Students is scheduled for Sunday afternoon, August 18 at 2:00 pm, so please save the date. If you have a child entering Seaside PreSchool this year, please join us for a family Seaside Afternoon Tea/Tardeada on Wednesday, August 21. Please plan on attending the event that pertains to your child to help him/her get comfortable with the campus and meet other children. It makes the transition to school much more comfortable for the little ones.

Congratulations to our Retirees Lorissa Boxer, Sandy Cano and Carol Garcia Ramirez and Thank You to Gregorio Nepomuceno We will miss you!

2019-2020 School Year Begins Thursday, August 22, with a minimum day for all students.

FROM THE PRINCIPAL’S DESK: THANKS TO THE EDISON VILLAGE! It takes a village to raise a child So many people have dedicated their time, talent and dedication to our students this school year and I am profoundly grateful to them all. There’s an extensive community of staff, collaborating partners, and parent volunteers that contribute to a great school year – so many that I’m afraid I may miss some of them! Please forgive me if I do. I have to start by recognizing our incredible staff. Twenty teachers lead instruction in the classrooms, with support from 13 instructional assistants, 2 Physical Activities Specialists, 3 reading interventionists, 7 district music teachers, a Spanish Music Teacher, a PS Arts Artist in Residence, a Library Coordinator, a school nurse and two Health Office Specialists. We have another support team that provides services to children who have IEPs, including 2 Specialized Academic Instruction teachers, a Speech/Language Pathologist, a School Psychologist, an Occupational Therapist and an instructional assistant. Three campus monitors help with supervision and safe arrivals and departures. A Language and Literacy Coach helps support professional development. Three cafeteria staff keep the children fed, and three custodial staff keep our campus clean. Our community liaison supports families and ELAC, helps recruit students, and translates and interprets. And our two front office staff make sure we pay the staff, keep track of attendance, have the supplies we need, and generally keep the place running! We have great collaborating partners also serving children during and after the school day. School Age Child Care Staff, and CREST Staff (CREST Club, Homework Club, Playground Access, Coaches and Enrichment Teachers) guide the 200+ students who regularly participate in afterschool programs. Family Services of Santa Monica and School Counselor Cynthia Lua provide counseling support, social skills groups, and parent education. Garden Educators Lucia Burke and Debbie Harding guide all K-5 students in the garden. And Edison parents make amazing contributions! Volunteers help in the classrooms, provide a steady stream of communication to families, create the special events and festivals we love, prepare dinner for evening events, organize parent education forums, and raise the funds for important projects and services –those provided by the Edison PTA and the Santa Monica Education Foundation. Other parents on ELAC, PTA Board, and Site Council provide important insight and input in developing our school plan and budget. Great appreciation to our phenomenal parents who have taken on leadership roles this year-- Heidi Vega Aimonetti and Luz Prieto (President of PTA and ELAC respectively) and to Site Council Chair John Zimmerman. Thanks to all the members of the Edison “village” for the wonderful opportunities and care you have provided to our students!


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CELEBRACIONES DE FIN DE AÑO – 5 de junio – 1er Grado: Picnic en Parque Virginia 6 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

Bienvenidos Estudiantes Entrenado a Preescolar, TK y Kindergarten – ¡Porque hay tantos hermanitos entre los casi 130 estudiantes nuevos quienes se unen a nosotros para el 2019 – 2020, queremos extender la bienvenida y algunos recordatorios de registración en esta última carta de noticias del año! Si ustedes registrarán a un estudiante nuevo, por favor trabajen con Kathy Fargnoli para asegurarse de que la registración esté completa lo más pronto posible, incluyendo el permiso requeridos. El Picnic Familiar para Estudiantes Entrando a TK y Kindergarten – está planeado para el domingo por la tarde del 18 de agosto a las 2:00 pm, así es que marquen la fecha. Si tienen un hijo/a entrenado al Preescolar Seaside este año, por favor acompáñenos para una Tardeada Familiar el miércoles, 21 de agosto. Por favor hagan planes para asistir al evento que le pertenece a su hijo/a para ayudarle acomodarse con la escuela y a conocer a otros niños. Hace la transición a la escuela más cómoda para los chiquitos.

Felicidades a nuestros Jubilados Lorissa Boxer, Sandy Cano y Carol Garcia Ramirez y Gracias a Gregorio Nepomuceno El Año Escolar del 2019 – 2020 Comienza el jueves, 22 de agosto, con un día mínimo para todos los estudiantes.

DEL ESCRITORIO DE LA DIRECTORA: Se toma un pueblo para criar a un niño/a ¡Gpersonas RACIAS AL Psu UEBLO DE yE DISON ! Tantas han dedicado tiempo, talento dedicación a nuestros estudiantes este año escolar y estoy profundamente agradecida a todos. ¡Hay una comunidad extensa de personal, socios colaboradores, y padres voluntarios quienes contribuyen a un gran año escolar – tantos que temo olvidar algunos de ellos! Perdónenme si lo hago. Tengo que comenzar por reconocer a nuestro personal increíble. Veinte maestros guían la instrucción en los salones, con el apoyo de 13 asistentes de instrucción, 2 Especialistas de Actividades Físicas, 3 intervencionistas, 7 maestros de música, una Maestra de Música en Español, una Artista de PS Arts en Residencia, una Coordinadora de biblioteca, una enfermera, dos Especialistas de Oficina de Salud. Tenemos otro equipo de apoyo que provee servicios a los niños quienes tienen IEPs, incluyendo dos Maestros de Instrucción Académica Especializada, una Patóloga del Habla, una Psicóloga Escolar, una Terapeuta Ocupacional y un asistente de instrucción. Tres monitores de la escuela quienes ayudan a con la supervisión y llegadas y salidas seguras de la escuela. Un Entrenador de Alfabetismo de Lenguaje que ayuda apoyar el desarrollo profesional. Tres miembros del personal de la cafetería quienes mantienen a nuestros niños alimentados, y tres miembros del personal de mantenimiento quienes mantienen nuestra escuela limpia. Nuestra comunitaria quien apoya a las familias y ELAC, ayuda reclutar estudiantes, y traduce e interpreta. ¡Y nuestros dos miembros del personal de oficina quienes se aseguran de pagarle al personal, mantener archivos de la asistencia, tener los materiales que necesitamos, y generalmente mantienen la escuela funcionando! Tenemos buenos socios colaboradores sirviendo también a los niños durante y después del día escolar. El peronasl de Cuidado de Niños de Edades Escolares y el personal de CREST (CREST Club, Club de Tarea, Acceso al Patio, Entrenadores y Maestros de Enriquecimiento) guían más de 200 estudiantes quienes regularmente participan en los programas después de clases. Servicios Familiares de Santa Mónica y Consejera Escolar Cynthia Lua provee apoyo de consejería, grupos de habilidades sociales, y educación para padres. Educadoras de Jardín Lucía Burke y Debbie Harding guían a todos los estudiantes de K – 5º grado en el jardín. ¡En Edison los padres hacen contribuciones sorprendentes! Los voluntarios ayudan en los salones, proveen una línea de comunicación constante a las familias, crean eventos especiales y festivales que nos encantan, preparan cena para los eventos de las noches, organizan foros de padres, y recaudan fondos para proyectos y servicios especiales – aquellos proveídos por la PTA de Edison y la Fundación de Educación de Santa Mónica. Otros padres en ELAC, la Mesa Directiva de la PTA y el Concilio Escolar proveen ideas y sugerencias importantes al desarrollo de nuestro plan escolar y presupuesto. Gran agradecimiento a nuestros padres fenomenales quienes han tomado papeles de liderazgo este año – Heidi Vega Aimonietti y Luz Prieto (Presidenta de PTA y ELAC respectivamente) y al Encargado del Concilio Escolar John Zimmerman. ¡Gracias a todos los miembros del “pueblo” de Edison por las oportunidades maravillosas y el cariño que les han brindado a nuestros estudiantes!


Programa de lectura de verano Academia de Idiomas Edison Edison Language Academy Summer Reading Program Para los estudiantes que estarán matriculados en Edison PreK - 5º grado en 2019-2020 For students who will be enrolled in Edison Preschool through 5 th Grade in 2019-2020 Completa el desafío de lectura para tu nivel de grado en el año escolar 2019-2020 y documenta tu lectura este verano. Haz que un miembro adulto de la familia firme el registro. Devuélvelo a la escuela y entrégalo a tu nueva/o maestra/o del 22 al 30 de agosto. Si completas el desafío de lectura y traes el registro firmado, recibirás un cupón válido para un libro en español en la Feria del Libro de Edison en el otoño de 2019. ¡Comienza el año como un/a lector/a más fuerte! Este Programa de Lectura se puede hacer junto con el Programa de Lectura de Verano de la Biblioteca Pública de Santa Mónica. ¡Sigue leyendo! Complete the reading challenge for your grade level in the 2019-2020school year and document your reading this summer. Have an adult family member sign the log. Bring it back to school and hand it in to your new teacher on August 22 to 30. If you complete the reading challenge and bring in the signed log, you will receive a voucher good for a Spanish book at the Fall 2019 Edison Book Fair – and start the year as a stronger reader! This Reading Program can be done in conjunction with the Santa Monica Public Library Summer Reading Program. Read on! Programa de Lectura de Verano de la Biblioteca Pública de Santa Mónica / Santa Monica Public Library Summer Reading Program -

Nombre del estudiante / Student’s Name:

Grado en/ Grade in 2019-2020

Certifico que este registro de lectura es un registro preciso de lo que mi hija/o leyó y lo que un adulto le leyó en el verano de 2019. I certify that this reading log is an accurate record of what my student read and what an adult read to him or her in the summer of 2019. Nombre del padre / tutor / Name of parent or guardian: Firma del padre / tutor / Signature of Parent or Guardian:


Pre-K, TK & Kinder: Un adulto debe leerle al menos 6 horas. De preferencia, en español. An adult must read to you at least 6 hours. Spanish preferred.

Fecha/ Date

# de minutos # of Minutes

Título del Libro/ Book Title

¿Puedes volver a contar la historia en orden de secuencia (usa los dedos y secuencialmente las palabras: primero, segundo, luego, siguiente, etc.) Can you retell the story in sequence order (use your fingers and sequence words: first, second, then, next, etc.)

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1° & 2° grado/grade: Lee libros en español durante 6 horas Y TAMBIÉN pide que un adulto te lea durante 2 horas. Read books in Spanish for 6 hours AND have an adult read to you for 2 hours. Por cada libro leído, escribe las respuestas a las siguientes preguntas en otra hoja de papel/For each book you read, answer these questions on a separate sheet of paper:

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¿Qué te hizo escoger este libro? ¿Qué aprendiste con este libro?/ What made you pick this book? What did you learn from this book?

Fecha/Date

# de minutos # of minutes

Título del Libro/ Book Title

¿Quién lo leyó? ¿Estudiante o adulto? Who read this? student or adult?

Punto de discusión/ Discussion question

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3°, 4° & 5° grado/grade: Lee por lo menos 3 horas en español y 3 horas en inglés Y TAMBIÉN pide a un adulto que te lea durante 2 horas. Read at least 3 hours in Spanish and 3 hours in English AND have an adult read to you for another 2 hours. Por cada libro leído, escribe las respuestas a las siguientes preguntas en otra hoja de papel/For each book you read, answer these questions on a separate sheet of paper:

Si pudieras hacerle una pregunta al autor, ¿qué le preguntarías?/ If you could ask the author a question, what would you ask and why? ¿Qué te hizo escoger este libro? ¿Qué aprendiste con este libro?/What made you pick this book? What did you learn from this book? Idioma / ¿Quién lo leyó? Fecha/ # de minutos/ # of Estudiante o adulto Language Título del Libro/Book Title Who read? minutes Date Español/English

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BOX TOPS IS CHANGING BOX TOPS ESTÁ CAMBIANO 

INSTEAD OF CUTTING & SUBMITTING, BOX TOPS WILL NOW BE DIGITAL​…  EN VEZ DE CORTAR Y ENVIAR, BOX TOPS AHORA VA A SER  DIGITAL​…    1. INSTALL THE “BOX TOPS FOR EDUCATION” APP /  INSTALE LA APLICACIÓN PARA “BOX TOPS FOR EDUCATION”  2. SELECT “LOG IN” / ELIGE “LOG IN”  3. SELECT “NOT A MEMBER YET? SIGN UP NOW” /  ELIJA “NOT A MEMBER YET? SIGN UP NOW”  4. ENTER “EDISON LANGUAGE ACADEMY” & HIT “SELECT” /  ESCRIBE “EDISON LANGUAGE ACADEMY” & ELIGE “SELECT”  5. CREATE A PROFILE WITH YOUR INFORMATION /   HAGA UN PERFIL CON SU INFORMACIÓN  6. USE YOUR APP TO SCAN RECEIPTS WITHIN 14 DAYS OF PURCHASE /  USE LA APLICACIÓN PARA ESCANEAR EL RECIBO ENTRE 14 DÍAS DE LA COMPRA  7. YOU CAN SUBMIT ANY CUT BOX TOPS PRIOR TO THE EXPIRATION DATE  PUEDE ENVIAR LOS BOX TOPS CORTADOS ANTES DEL DÍA DE EXPIRACIÓN   

* WITH THE NEW APP, YOU CAN WATCH OUR SCHOOL EARN $$ * CON LA NUEVA APLICACIÓN, PUEDE VER CÓMO NUESTRA ESCUELA GANA $$ 


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!


*Menu Subject to change

Monday-June 3 Baked Mini Corn Dogs

SMMUSD Elementary Lunch Menu

Prepay online at www.myschoolbucks.com

Tuesday-June 4 Taco Salad w/ Meat

Wednesday-June 5 Orange Chicken

Thursday-June 6 Hamburger/Cheeseburger

Friday-June 7

PIZZA FRIDAY! Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza Green Salad & Assorted Fruit

Baked Tater Tots Carrots & Assorted Fruit Assorted Deli Sandwiches Vegetarian Option: Grilled Cheese Sandwich

Rice Corn Refried Beans & Assorted Fruit Assorted Deli Sandwiches

Vegetable Fried Rice, Steamed Broccoli & Assorted Fruit Or Asian Sesame Salad

w/Baked Lays Green Beans & Assorted Fruit Assorted Deli Sandwiches

Vegetarian Option: Hummus Box

Assorted Deli Sandwiches Vegetarian Option: Protein Box w/Bagel

Vegetarian Option: Bean & Cheese Burrito

Assorted Deli Sandwiches Vegetarian Option: Power Pack

Perro Caliente Empanizado

Ensalada de Taco Con Carne de Pavo

Piezas de Pollo a Savor de Naranja

Hamburguesa/Hamburguesa con Queso

Pizza de Queso o Salchicha

Monday-June 10 Chicken Tenders

Tuesday-June 11 Brunch for Lunch French Toast Sticks

Wednesday-June 12 Chicken Patty Sandwich

Green Beans & Assorted Fruit Assorted Deli Sandwiches Vegetarian Option: Bean & Cheese Burrito

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Beef Sausage Patty, Baked Tater Tots 100% Fruit Juice Assorted Deli Sandwiches Vegetarian Option: Hummus Box

Baked Fries, Assorted Fruit or Chicken Cesar Salad Assorted Deli Sandwiches Vegetarian Option: Protein Box w/Bagel

Piezas de Pollo Palitos de Pan Frances Menus & Food & Nutrition Info can be found on our website at www.smmusd.org/foodservices

Daily Milk Options 1% white-(Breakfast & Lunch) Nonfat White-(Breakfast & Lunch) Nonfat Chocolate-(lunch only)

Sandwich de Pollo Empanizado Suggestions or questions, email: fns@smmusd.org

This Institution is an Equal Opportunity Provider

2019/20 Meal Application will be available on line at www.smmusd.org/foodservices and at the District Office in July Please complete and submit a 2019/20 Meal Application by Sept. 1, 2019. Parents of 5th Graders: All negative balances must be paid by June 3, 2019. Per Board Policy, credit is not available in the Middle Schools (grades 6-8). If there is a negative balance when entering middle school the full price student will not be able to purchase a lunch until the negative balance is paid. If you have a kindergartner in your household, or if you are new to the Santa Monica School District please be aware that your child(ren) may not be eligible for free or reduced meals the first day of school until a meal application is processed. Applications will also be available at the District Office, and can also be found on our website at www.smmusd.org/foodservices. All school sites will have applications available in August. Please complete and return the 2019/20 application by September 1, 2019 or sooner. It can take up to 10 operating days to process an application. Positive balances may be transferred to siblings or reimbursed for any non-returning student or graduating seniors. Please send your e-mail request for fund balance transfers to rmarchini@smmusd.org.


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. Healthy Fun Facts and Serving Ideas: Grapes ---Grapes appear in many colors. White, red, black, blue, green, purple and golden

Grapes are one of the world’s favorite fruits, regularly listed in the top 10. Add raw grapes to fruit salads, cheese platters, salads, crepes, cakes, tarts, sorbets or set in jelly. Freeze small clusters of grapes. Serve instead of ice blocks on a hot day or drizzle with melted chocolate and serve as a dessert on their own or with ice cream.

2-Week Cycle Elementary Breakfast Menu

Cycle Date Cycle 1

June 10-12

Cycle 2

June 3-7

Menu is Subject to Change without notice

Coffee Cake Or Cereal w/ Graham Crackers

Croissant w/Sausage & Eggs Or Cereal w/ String Cheese

Mini Pancakes Or Cereal w/ Graham Crackers

Assorted Muffin w/ Yogurt Or Cereal w/ String Cheese

Banana Bread Or Cereal w/ Graham Crackers

Scrambled Eggs w/Hash Browns Or Cereal w/String Cheese

Eggo 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, or canned - Milk offered Daily: 1% and nonfat white

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

Opt out of Nonfat Chocolate Milk via email at fns@smmusd.org

MEAL PRICES Elementary Full Price Breakfast-$1.50 Secondary Full Price Breakfast-$1.75 Reduced Breakfast-$0.30 Elementary Full Price Lunch-$3.50 Secondary Full Price Lunch-$4.00 Reduced Lunch-$0.40 Adult Prices: Breakfast-$2.25 Lunch-$4.25


June 8th, 2019 10 a.m. –12:30 p.m.

Virginia Avenue Park 2200 Virginia Ave Santa Monica, CA 90404 Performing Hands-Only CPR (chest compressions, but no mouth to mouth breathing) can triple the chance of survival for a victim of sudden cardiac arrest. Hands-Only CPR has been shown to be as effective as standard CPR, or even more since people are more likely to do Hands-Only CPR. Learning Hands-Only CPR is quick, easy, and safe. There is no need to sign up and it only takes 10 minutes. Please join us in this important LA County wide community event. Anyone can learn Hands-Only CPR!

For more information on Hands-Only CPR go to: www.handsonlycpr.org For more information on this event, please contact: Anne-Marie Zamora, St. John’s RN: annemarie.zamora@providence.org


Junio 8, 2019 10 A.M. –12:30 P.M.

Virginia Avenue Park 2200 Virginia Ave Santa Monica, CA 90404 Realice CPR Solo con las manos (compresiones torácicas, pero no boca a boca Respiratoria) puede triplicar las posibilidades de supervivencia de un paro cardíaco repentino. La RCP usando solo las manos ha demostrado ser tan eficaz como la RCP estándar, o incluso más, ya que es más probable que las personas realicen RCP solo con sus manos. Aprender CPR-es rápido, fácil y seguro. No es necesario registrarse y solo toma 10 minutos. Únase a nosotros en este importante evento comunitario del condado de LA. ¡Cualquiera puede aprender la RCP solo con las manos! Para mas informacion sobre CPR solo con las manos visite: www.handsonlycpr.org Para mas informacion de este evento contacte a Anne-Marie Zamora, St. John’s RN: annemarie.zamora@providence.org


J UNeTeeNTH CeLeBRATION 27TH ANNUAL

SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 2019 11 AM – 5 PM

VIRGINIA AVENUE PARK 2200 Virginia Avenue, Santa Monica, CA 90404

FREE ADMISSION

EMERY BECKLES & SOUL

PHYLLIS BATTLE With John B. Williams & Friends

AARON NIGEL SMITH

presented in collaboration with The Broad Stage

PASTOR MAYE

J. BOYKIN

Phillips Chapel of Santa Monica

MUSIC, VENDORS, FOOD, FUN AND MORE... BRING blankets or chairs for you and your family to relax and enjoy the music!

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Call 310-458-8688 | www.smgov.net/vapark

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Walking and biking are encouraged. Additional free parking is available at Venice Family Clinic, 2509 Pico Blvd or at SMC Lot 4 between 16th and 17th Streets on Pico Blvd. The 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.

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

Let’s Make Some SALSA !!

Kick off Summer Break with a Kids Salsa Making Extravaganza at Ishihara Park !!

Saturday, June 15, 2019 9 a.m. – 11 a.m.

2909 Exposition Blvd., 90404 Some like it Spicy, some like it Mild. We’ll have all the ingredients, we hope you’ll join us with your child ! Any questions? Contact us at gardens@smgov.net

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


Taller de Inmigración

Taller de Inmigración

¿Tiene preguntas, ¿Tiene Dudas? ¿O Simplemente quiere ponerse al corriente con las leyes de Inmigración?

¿Tiene preguntas, ¿Tiene Dudas? ¿O Simplemente quiere ponerse al corriente con las leyes de Inmigración?

Graciela Arreola-Muñoz de U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service estará con nosotros para darnos esa información.

Graciela Arreola-Muñoz de U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service estará con nosotros para darnos esa información.

Cuando: Junio 20, 2019 Horario: 12:00pm – 2:30pm Dónde: St. Joseph Center 204 Hampton Dr. Venice CA. 90291 Salón Grande (Great Room) Traído a usted por el programa de Animo! Tendremos comida y bebidas ¡No se lo pierda Los esperamos! Por favor de reservar con el personal de ánimo!

Cuando: Junio 20, 2019 Horario: 12:00pm – 2:30pm Dónde: St. Joseph Center 204 Hampton Dr. Venice CA. 90291 Salón Grande (Great Room) Traído a usted por el programa de Animo! Tendremos comida y bebidas ¡No se lo pierda Los esperamos! Por favor de reservar con el personal de ánimo!

Si tiene alguna pregunta por favor de llamar:

Si tiene alguna pregunta por favor de llamar:

Jenny Rivera-Cruz (310)396-6468 xt 369

Jenny Rivera-Cruz (310)396-6468 xt 369


THE MAIN & BRANCH LIBRARIES WILL BE CLOSED THURSDAY, JULY 4

SUMMER 2O19

SUMMER READING PROGRAM | SAT, JUNE 15 – SAT, AUGUST 24

PROGRAMS FOR KIDS

STORY TIMES MAIN LIBRARY & BRANCHES

BABY TIME Story series for babies ages 0 to 17 months accompanied by an adult. (20 min.) Main Tuesdays at 10:15 and 11:15 am Jun 18 – Aug 6 Montana Wednesdays at 10:15 and 11:15 am Jun 12 – Jul 24 / Aug 14 – Sep 11 Fairview Thursdays at 10:00am Jun 6 & 13 / Jul 11– Aug 15 Ocean Park Thursdays at 10:00 and 10:45 am May 9– Jun 20 / Jul 11– Aug 22

TODDLER TIME Story series for toddlers ages 18 to 35 months accompanied by an adult. (20 min.) Pico Mondays at 10:30am Jun 3 – Jul 8 / Jul 29 – Aug 26 Ocean Park Tuesdays at 10:00 am May 7– Jun 18 / Jul 9 – Aug 20 Main Thursdays at 10:15 and 11:15 am Jun 20 – Aug 8 [NO STORY TIME JUL 4] Montana Thursdays at 10:15 and 11:15am Jun 13 – Jul 25 [NO STORY TIME JUL 4] Aug 15 – Sep 12

SANTA MONICA PUBLIC LIBRARY AT THE BEACH / 10:00am -3:00pm SEASIDE STORY TIME & NAUTICAL CRAFTS @ 10:15am FRIDAY, JUNE 28: Annenberg Beach House 415 PACIFIC COAST HIGHWAY S ATURDAY, JULY 13: Dorothy Green Park OCEAN PARK BLVD & BARNARD WAY ◆ FRIDAY, AUGUST 16: Annenberg Beach House ◆ ◆

It’s time for bookish fun in the sun with So Cal’s only seaside pop-up library! Enjoy a variety of family-friendly activities, sign out beach reads, play games, or just kick back, relax and read in our Surfside Lounge. The first 50 visitors receive a unique, limited edition SMPL at the Beach giveaway.

CUENTOS PARA PEQUEÑOS ................................. SPANISH STORY TIME Para niños de 2-5 años de edad. 30 min. En PICO Branch Martes a las 10:00am 4 de junio al 9 de julio / 30 de julio al 27 de agosto En FAIRVIEW Branch Miércoles a las 10:00am 3 de julio al 7 de agosto

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MAIN LIBRARY 6O1 SANTA MONICA BOULEVARD

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All programs are held in the Activity Room unless otherwise noted.

Summer Reading BLASToff ! Saturday, June 15 ______________________________________________________ Mariachi Arcoiris de Los Angeles 11:00 am [60 min] | All Ages | North Entry Courtyard The world’s first LGBTQ+ mariachi band performs music represesnting the rich culture and traditions of Mexico.

STEAM Activities & Let’s Read with Gleam! 11:00am to 1:00pm | Ages 3-11 North Entry Courtyard, Lobby, Children’s Activity Room Explore and learn through fun maker activities and experiments! Bring the whole family for the June edition of Mayor Gleam Davis’s Let’s Read with Gleam!

SUMMER ACTIVITY PROGRAMS

........................................................... Mondays at 2:30pm [45 min] | Ages 4-11 | MLK Jr. Auditorium Free tickets will be available at 2:00 pm. JULY 1 | Mad Science: What Do You Know About H2O?! A high-energy exploration of water conservation, surface tension, and the three states of matter. JULY 8 | Reptile Family Feast your eyes and hands on a wonderful assortment of reptiles, amphibians, and arachnids. JULY 15 | The Buster Balloon Show A hilarious blend of comedy, magic, balloon-twisting, and audience participation. JULY 22 | Rhythm Child Kids get a hands-on experience of the universe of rhythm instruments and patterns. JULY 29 | Monster House Musical Puppet Show A unique “kindie rock” concert with Kiddle Karoo and her monster pals will have you dancing.

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Get Started With 3D Printing

Sat, Jun 1 / 1:30pm [30 min] / Families Listen to stories and create a Ramadan-inspired craft.

Sat, Jun 22 / 11:00am [90 min] Ages 7-12 Learn the basics of 3D printing and design by completing a guided project during this 90-minute class for kids age 7-12. To register, email ideashappen@smgov.net.

Rainbow Family Story Time Sat, Jun 8 / 10:30 am [30 min] / Families An inclusive story time for LGBTQ and ally families. All are welcome to join the fun.

Bookmark Mania Mon, Jun 17 through FRI, Jun 21 2:00 to 4:00pm / All Ages / Main Lobby Create a handmade bookmark to keep your place in your favorite summer read. A different project each day.

Read & Play Wednesdays Jun 19 & 26 / Jul 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 / Aug 7 11:15 to 11:45am / Ages 0-5 Help your child cultivate key developmental skills through books and play activities.

LEGOS and Games Thu, Jun 20 / Wed, Jul 17 / Thu, Aug 22 3:00 to 4:30pm / Ages 4-10

Mini Makers: Rainbow Pride Month Thu, Jun 27 / 2:00pm [60 min] / Families A short story time followed by rainbowthemed crafts and activities.

Preschool Explorers 10:30 am [60 min] / Ages 3-5 • Sat, Jun 29: Insects • Sat, Jul 20: Gravity • Sat, Aug 10: Rockets

Bring Your Baby Book Club 10:30 am [60 min] Adults and their babies • Fri, Jul 12: Welcome Meeting • Fri, Aug 16: TBD A baby-friendly book club for parents and caregivers with young children and babies. Discuss books while the babies eat, sleep, or play.

Family Game Night Thursdays, Jul 25 & Aug 29 6:30 to 8:00pm / Families Back by popular demand! Play our board games or bring your own! Pizza provided.

Artful Toddler Mondays, Jul 29 & Aug 19 / 10:30am [60 min] Ages 18 Months to 3 Years Toddlers & caregivers get creative at this art series. Space is limited; free tickets available at 10:00am.

Connected Families: Robot Play Time Mon, Aug 5 / 2:30 to 4:00pm / Ages 4-12 Families; play with robots and coding toys. Work together to complete challenges or just have fun.

A Universe of Stories Musical Story Time Thu, Aug 15 / 10:30am [30 min] / Families Stories, songs and rhythms from around our universe celebrate our Summer Reading theme.

Dog Days @ The Library Sat, Aug 24 / All Ages / Main Library Complete your Summer Reading goals by reading to a Paws 2 Read therapy dog! See flyer for details. • 10:30 to 11:00 am: Story Time • 11:00am to 1:00pm: Crafts and Activities • 1:00pm: Movie: Pick of the Litter (2018)

LIBRARY HOURS MAIN LIBRARY

MON-THUR: 10:00am-9:00pm FRI-SAT: 10:00am-5:30pm / SUN: 1:00pm -5:00pm BRANCHES

MON-THUR: NOON -9:00pm / FRI: NOON -5:30pm SAT: 10:00am-5:30pm / SUN:CLOSED

MAIN LIBRARY LINES 1, R10 and 18 FAIRVIEW BRANCH LINES 8, 16 and 44 MONTANA BRANCH LINES 18, 41 and 42 OCEAN PARK BRANCH LINES 1 & 8 PICO BRANCH LINE 7

All programs are free and the public is invited. Organized children’s groups wishing to attend programs are requested to make arrangements in advance with a children’s librarian.


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........................................................... Fridays at 2:30pm [45 min] | Ages 4-11 Space is limited. Free tickets available 30 minutes before each event. JULY 5 | Billy Bonkers Magic Show Billy’s show is filled with amazing magic, slapstick comedy, and audience participation. JULY 12 | Annie Banannie’s Wacky Alien Talent Show Creatures from across the galaxy show off their strange talents with magic, music, and comedy. JULY 19 | Georgette Baker’s Silly Songs and Goofy Stories Silly stories and songs from a seasoned entertainer will put you in stitches. JULY 26 | Franklin Haynes Marionettes Experience “The Princess and the Pirates,” a funny pirate adventure with music and laughs! AUGUST 2 | Mad Science: What Do You Know About H2O?! A high-energy exploration of water conservation, surface tension, and the three states of matter.

A Very Special Story Time for The Very Hungry Caterpillar Sat, Jun 29 / 3:00 pm [45 min] / Ages 3-5 Celebrate the 50th anniversary of The Very Hungry Caterpillar. Craft to follow.

Musical Story Time Wed, Jul 10 / 11:30 am [30 min] Ages 18 Months to 5 Years A sing along with puppets, stories, and songs.

Moon Landing 50th Anniversary Sat, Jul 13 / 11:00 am [60 min] / Families NASA Solar System Ambassador Rosanne Sachson guides you through the Apollo 11 Moon Landing. Astronaut ice cream, while supplies last.

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Mission to Mars

Read & Play – Sat, Jun 15 & Jul 27 & Aug 10 / 3:00pm [90 min] / Families

Mon, Jul 15 / 5:00 pm [45 min] / Families All about Mars with NASA Solar System Ambassador Paul Birchall. Afterwards, make a model space rover!

Help your child cultivate key developmental skills through books and play activities.

Connected Families: Robot Play Time – Wed, Jun 19 / 3:30 to 5:00pm / Ages 4-12 Preschool Explorers: Stars Play with robots and coding toys. Work together to complete challenges or just have fun.

Rainbow Family Story Time with Author Rachael MacFarlane Mon, Jun 24 / 6:30 pm [45 min] / Families Rachael MacFarlane’s picture books celebrate children who play without gender boundaries. A book sale and signing follows.

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Tue, Aug 13 / 3:00 pm [45 min] / Ages 3-6 Explore the stars with stories and hands-on activities.

Summer Reading Finale Concert with David Tobocman Sat, Aug 24 / 1:00 pm [60 min] / Families David’s songs for kids are playful and sweet. Don’t miss out on this gem of a concert!

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........................................................... Wednesdays at 2:30pm [60 min] | Ages 4-11 Space is limited. Free tickets available 30 minutes before each event. JULY 3 | John Abrams’ Animal Magic He is a magician that does it all! Enjoy an afternoon of comedy, magic and animals. JULY 10 | Doodlebugs Meet animal and insect friends, including reptiles and bugs. JULY 17 | Mad Science: What Do You Know About H20? A high-energy exploration of water conservation, surface tension, and the three states of matter. JULY 24 | BeatBuds Dance along with this fun and interactive band – they get everyone moving! JULY 31 | PARTY! Celebrate the summer with stories and cake. All ages welcome.

........................................................... LEGO Club – Saturdays, Jun 8, Jul 13, Aug 10 / 3:00 to 4:30pm / Ages 4-10 Rainbow Family Story Time – Tue, Jun 11 / 6:30pm [60 min] / Families An inclusive story time for LGBTQ and ally families. All are welcome to join the fun.

Dads Rock! – Thu, Jun 13 / 2:00 pm [60 min] / Ages 2-10 Drop by and paint a rock for Father’s Day. Ni Hao Story Time – Tuesdays, Jun 18, Jul 16, Aug 20 / 11:15am [30 min] / Ages 0-5 A family story time in Mandarin. Presented by Ni Hao Chinese.

Toy Maker Workshops Design and build your own toy. 3:00 to 4:00pm / Grade K-5 • Sat, Jun 22: SPACE ROVER Balloon-powered. • Sat, Jul 20: STAR GLIDER Will it fly?

Little Hands Art Class 11:15am [30 min] / Ages 18 Mos to 5 Yrs Limited space; free tickets 15 minutes before class. • Mon, Jun 24: MILK PAINT • Mon, Jul 22: GEOMETRIC SHAPES • Mon, Aug 26: NEGATIVE-SPACE ART

Paws to Read Thursdays & Saturdays, Jun 27 to Aug 3 2:00 to 3:00pm / Ages 0-5 Practice your reading skills. Read to a trained dog from Paws 4 Healing. Registration starts 6/12. (NO PAWS TO READ JULY 4)

Family Forts at the Library Tue, Jul 9 / 6:30 pm [60 min] / Families Make a reading fort with your family. BYO flashlight.

Crafty Kids: Friendly Aliens Sat, Aug 17 / 2:00 pm [60 min] / Ages 4-10 Create a creature from outer space with recycled materials. Presented by reDiscover Center.

: THESE PROGRAMS ARE MADE POSSIBLE IN PART THROUGH GENEROUS SUPPORT FROM THE FRIENDS OF THE SANTA MONICA PUBLIC LIBRARY : THESE PROGRAMS ARE SAMO PRIDE MONTH EVENTS


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........................................................... Thursdays at 2:30pm [45 min] | Ages 4-11 Space is limited. Free tickets will be distributed at noon the day of the show. JULY 11 | Reptile Family Feast your eyes and hands on a wonderful assortment of reptiles, amphibians, and arachnids. JULY 18 | Bubblemania Explore the science and fun of bubbles with a certified Bubblologist. JULY 25 | Mad Science: What Do You Know About H2O? A high-energy exploration of water conservation, surface tension, and the three states of matter. AUGUST 1 | Magic of Rafael & Katia Prepare to be dazzled and amazed!

........................................................... Community Garden Story Time

Father’s Day Crafts

Sat, Jun 1 / 10:00am [30 min] / Families Join us at the Main Street Community Garden for a special Garden story time. Co-sponsored by the Main Street Community Garden.

Mon, Jun 10 / 3:30pm [60 min] Ages 4-11 Craft handmade cards and keychains for the dads in your life.

Rainbow Family Pajama Story Time Wed, Jun 12 / 6:30pm [30 min] / Families An inclusive story time for LGBTQ and ally families.

Preschool Explorers 3:30 pm [45 min] / Ages 3-6 Explore a new science topic each month. • Mon, Jun 17: The Milky Way • Mon, Jul 15: Telescopes • Mon, Aug 19: Planetary Rovers

A LEGO-Building Afternoon Tue, Jun 18 / Wed, Jul 31 / Wed, Aug 28 3:30 to 5:00pm / Ages 4-11

Connected Families: Robot Playtime Tue, Jul 23 / 3:30 to 5:00 pm / Ages 4-12 Play with robots and coding toys. Work together to complete challenges or just have fun.

Mini Makers: Decorative Bookends Tue, Aug 6 / 3:30 to 4:30pm / Ages 4-12 Decorate bookends. Materials provided.

Pajama Story Time Wed, Aug 14, 6:30pm [30 min] / Families Wear PJs and bring your favorite stuffed animal.

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........................................................... Tuesdays at 2:30pm [45 min] | Ages 4-11 Space is limited. Free tickets available 30 minutes before each event. JUNE 25 | California Joe’s Magical Space Odyssey Explore the cosmos like never before! JULY 9 | Mad Science: What Do You Know About H2O? A high-energy exploration of water conservation, surface tension and the three states of matter. JULY 23 | Three Little Pigs: The Musical A unique twist to a timeless classic. Presented by Noteworthy Puppets. JULY 30 | Dino Encounters With Rocky the T-Rex Learn about the creatures who once roamed the earth with the help of realistic dinosaur puppets. AUGUST 6 | The Arty Loon Showtime Spectacular! Enjoy Arty’s spectacular brand of magic, juggling, puppetry, storytelling and balloon-twisting!

........................................................... Rainbow Family Story Time Thu, Jun 13 / 12:30pm [45 min] / Families An inclusive story time for LGBTQ and ally families. All are welcome to join the fun.

50th Anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon Landing: An Artifact Display Sat, Jun 15 / 10:00am to 1:00pm All Ages / Front of Library Apollo artifacts, participate in an activity, and sign up for Summer Reading. Presented by the Columbia Memorial Space Center.

National Zoo Month: Paper Mache Wed, Jun 19 / 2:00pm [90 min] Ages 8-12 Make a paper mache zoo animal to keep. Limited space; registration starts 6/5.

Follow the Stars: Constellations Wed, Jun 26 / 2:00pm [60 min] Grades 6-12 Make your own constellation projector out of recycled materials! Limited space; registration starts 6/12.

Drive-In Movie Box Car Matinee Wed, Jul 10 / 1:00pm [2 hrs] / Ages 4-10 Transform a box into a drive-in movie car. Limited space; registration starts 6/26.

Planet Pillows Thu, Jul 18 / 2:00pm [60 min] / Ages 8-12 Make a planet pillow! Limited space; reg. starts 7/3.

Movies @ The Park Series: Black Panther (2018) Rated PG-13 Thu, Jul 18 / 8pm [134 min] / Virginia Ave Park Presented by Pico Branch Library, Virginia Avenue Park, and Santa Monica Police Department.

Crafty Kids 3:00pm [60 min] / Grades K-5 Learn Spanish words and art techniques. Limited space; registration starts 7/17. Bilingual program in English/Spanish; programa en ingles/español. • Wed, Jul 31: Origami • Wed, Aug 14: Watercolors

Get Started with 3D Printing Wed, Aug 7 / 2:30 pm [90 min] / Grades 3-8 Learn 3D printing. Limited space; registration begins 7/24 by email ideashappen@smgov.net

Mobile Science Camp @ Your Library Fri, Aug 16 / 3:00pm [60 min] / Grades K-5 Hands-on learning via STEM experiments. Limited space; registration starts 8/2. Presented and sponsored by Mobile Science.

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