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ANNOUNCEMENTS

FROM THE PRINCIPAL’S DESK:

FALL HAPPENINGS

Last Call for School Smarts Academy begins next Thursday morning (9/28) from 8:3010:00 am. Contact Yoly Gutierrez at ext. 61-305 or email her at ygutierrez@smmusd.org to enroll. If Your Child Missed Picture Day there will be a make-up day on October 3. Pre-School, TK or Kinder 2018-19? It’s hard to believe, but it’s already time for start the application process for next year and we always start by asking siblings to apply first. Eligibility is as follows:  Kindergarten – Child will be 5 years old on or before September 1, 2018  Transitional Kindergarten – Child will be 5 years old between September 2, 2018 and December 2, 2018,  Seaside Preschool – Children who will be either three or four years old before school begins, but there is a strong preference for four-year-olds. Sibling admission is not automatic; we review each application to determine if the type of program we offer is appropriate for your child. But siblings of current immersion program students do have a priority in admissions. If your younger children meet the age guidelines for one of these programs and you would like to apply for 2018-2019, please see Yoly Gutierrez for an application. To take advantage of the sibling priority, you must submit an application by Friday, October 27, 2017.

Pre-School, TK, and Kinder Orientations for New Families are beginning soon. If you have friends or neighbors who are interested in Edison, please let them know that our application process includes a mandatory information session and that they should call our office and make an appointment to attend a session. Application deadline for Seaside Preschool is December 15, 2017 and for TK and Kinder the due date is February 28, 2018 .

It is now the sixth week of school! Children are settling into their new classroom routines and schedules. They’ve been learning about their brains and how they work, practicing tools for conflict resolution and problem solving, and learning how to take a breath (or two or three!) to help keep themselves calm and focused. Teachers are taking baseline measures of students’ skills in reading, writing, and math and each grade level team gets together to look at the results and discusses how to best meet the instructional needs of the children in that grade level this year. If your child’s teacher is out for a day or two this month, it is most likely because they are conducting the 1:1 reading assessments that really let us know children’s strengths and challenges as readers and help teachers match them with “just right” text at their independent reading level. As of this week, all the enrichment classes and “specials” have begun. The Pre-K, TK, K, 1, 2 music program in Spanish begins this week with Maestra Jacqueline. The District music program is well underway for children in grades 3-5. All children have begun their PS Arts theater classes with Maestra Martha. And now that we’ve finished with Book Fairs and new textbook inventories, the school library is now open for weekly visits with Maestra Carol. Edison is also preparing for its annual Fall Festival/Día de los Muertos observance. This is a wonderful event at which to do your volunteer hours as there are multiple,varied and fun ways to help. If you are new to Edison and are not familiar with this cultural observance, I think it will quickly become one of your favorite school events. This holiday is ancient in its origins and comes from the beliefs of Mesoamerican indigenous peoples that the spirits of the dearly departed were allowed to return for a brief visit in the fall. The Days of the Dead are days of remembrance – nothing like the sometimes scary Halloween. Families will set up a table (or altar) with the dearly departed’s favorite food and drink, pictures of the deceased, candles, water, papel picado (symbolizing wind). The pungent smell and bright color of the cempasúchil or flower of the dead (marigolds), representing the fragility of life, are said to lead the spirits home. Each classroom prepares a table honoring those who were dear to the children in that classroom. We set these “altars” up in the cafeteria and they form a beautiful and moving display. We also prepare a beautiful and very temporary artwork – a sawdust carpet or “alfombra de asserín.” All cultures have some sort of way of honoring and remembering the dearly departed. What are the traditions in your culture(s) of origin? October 4 – Bike It, Walk It, Bus It Day! Leave the car at home.

October 4 – PTA Executive Board Meeting 6:00-8:00 pm Community Room

October 11 – ELAC Meeting 8:30-9:30 am Community Room


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Ultima Llamada para la Academia de Inteligencias Escolares - comienza el próximo jueves por la mañana (9/28) de 8:30 – 10:00 am. Comuníquense con Yoly Gutiérrez en la extensión 61-305 o mándenle un correo electrónico a ygutierrez@smmusd.org para registrarse. Si su hijo/a se Perdió el Día de Fotostendremos un día para re-tomar fotos el 3 de octubre ¿Preescolar, Kindergarten Transicional o Kindergarten en el 2018-2019? - Es difícil creer, pero ya es tiempo de empezar el proceso de solicitudes para el año que viene y siempre comenzamos pidiéndoles a los hermanitos que soliciten primero. La elegibilidad es la siguiente:  Kindergarten –niño/a debe cumplir 5 años antes o en el 1 de septiembre, 2018  Kindergarten Transicional – niño/a debe cumplir 5 años entre el 2 de septiembre, 2018 y el 2 de diciembre, 2018,  Preescolar Seaside – los niños tendrán 3 o 4 años antes de comenzar las clases, pero hay una preferencia fuerte por los de cuatro años. Admisión de hermanitos no es automática; revisamos cada solicitud para determinar si el tipo de programa que ofrecemos es adecuado para su hijo/a. Pero los hermanitos de estudiantes presentes en el programa de inmersión sí tienen prioridad para admisión. Si sus hijos menores cumplen con las guías para uno de estos programas y les gustaría meter una solicitud para el 2018 – 2019, por favor comuníquense con Yoly Gutiérrez para conseguir una solicitud. Para tomar ventaja de la prioridad de hermanitos, deben entregar su solicitud a más tardar el viernes, 27 de octubre, 2017. Orientaciones para Familias Nuevas de Preescolar, Kindergarten Transicional y Kindergarten – comienzan pronto. Si tienen amistades o vecinos quienes están interesados en Edison, por favor avísenles que nuestro proceso de solicitudes incluye una sesión de información obligatoria y que deben llamar a nuestra oficina y hacer una cita para asistir a una sesión. La fecha límites para el Preescolar Seaside es el 15 de diciembre, 2017 y para Kindergarten Transicional y Kindergarten la fecha de entrega es el 28 de febrero, 2018.

DEL ESCRITORIO DE LA DIRECTORA: OCURRIENDO EN EL OTOÑO ¡Ya estamos en la sexta semana de clases! Los niños se están acomodando en sus nuevas rutinas y horarios de salón. Han estado aprendiendo sobre sus cerebros y cómo funcionan, practicando herramientas para la resolución de conflictos y resolver problemas, y aprendiendo cómo tomar una respiración (¡o dos o tres!) para ayudarse a sí mismo a tranquilizarse y enfocarse. Los maestros están tomando medidas principales de las habilidades de los estudiantes en lectura, escritura, y matemáticas y cada equipo de nivel de grado se reúne para mirar los resultados y discutir cómo es mejor cumplir con las necesidades de instrucción de los niños en ese nivel de grado este año. Si el maestro/a de su hijo/a está fuera por uno o dos días este mes, es probable que es porque están conduciendo asesoramientos de lectura de 1:1 que realmente nos informan de las fortalezas y retos de los niños como lectores y les ayudan a los maestros a emparejarlos con el texto “justo” en su nivel de lectura independiente. A partir de esta semana, todas las clases de enriquecimiento y clases “especiales” han comenzado. El programa de música en español de Preescolar, Kindergarten Transicional, Kindergarten, 1 y 2 comienzan esta semana con Maestra Jacqueline. El programa de música del distrito también va bien en camino para los niños en los grados 3 – 5. Todos los niños han comenzado sus clases de teatro de PS Arts con Maestra Martha. Y hemos terminado con ferias de libros e inventarios de libros de texto, la biblioteca ya está abierta para las visitas semanales con Maestra Carol. Edison se está preparando para nuestra Festival de Otoño/Observación Anual del Día de Los Muertos. Este es un evento maravilloso en el cual pueden hacer sus horas de voluntarios como hay múltiples y vareadas maneras de ayudar. Si ustedes son nuevos a Edison y no están familiarizados con esta observación cultural, creo que se convertirá en uno de sus eventos favoritos de la escuela. Este día festivo es anciano en su origen y viene de las creencias de las gentes indígenas Mesoamericanas que los espíritus de los fallecidos queridos son permitidos a regresar por una visita breve en el otoño. Los Días de los Muertos son de días de recordar – naca como el a veces tenebroso Halloween. Las familias preparan una mesa (o altar) con la comida y bebidas favoritas del fallecido querido, fotos del fallecido, velas, agua, papel picado (simboliza viento). El olor fuerte y el color brillante del cempasúchil o la flor de los muertos, representando la fragilidad de la vida, se dice que guían a los espíritus a su hogar. Cada clase prepara una meza honorando a los quienes fueron queridos de los niños en ese salón. Preparamos estos “altares” en la cafetería y forman una presentación hermosa y tierna. También preparamos una obra de arte hermosa y muy temporal – una alfombra de aserrín. Todas las culturas tienen alguna manera de dar honor y recordar a los fallecidos queridos. ¿Cuáles son las tradiciones en sus culturas de origen?

4 de octubre – Día de Venir a la Escuela en Bicicleta, Caminando, o en Autobús – dejen el carro en casa

4 de octubre – Reunión de la Ejecutiva de la Mesa Directiva de la PTA 6:00 – 8:00 pm Salón Comunitario

11 de octubre – Reunión de ELAC 8:30 – 9:30 am Salón Comunitario


September 27, 2017 Dear Families: It is already time for us to make plans for next year’s enrollment! We need to know if you have a sibling of your current Edison student that you want to enroll in Transitional Kindergarten or Kindergarten at Edison for the school year 2018-2019. While it is our policy to give an enrollment priority to siblings of students currently enrolled at Edison, you must submit an application by October 27, 2017 to take advantage of this priority. After that time, we cannot guarantee a space for your child and your application will be placed in the general pool. Please keep in mind that while we give priority to siblings of students and graduates of Edison, it is not automatic. You must apply in a timely fashion. All applications and/or IEP documents are reviewed to determine whether a general education dual immersion setting is a good fit for the needs of each individual child, and language screening is done to determine whether your child would be considered as an English speaker or Spanish speaker in the admissions process. If you have a child who will start Transitional Kindergarten or Kindergarten next year, complete and return the tear-off below as soon as possible and we will send you an application. Transitional Kindergartners for 2018-2019 must have been born between September 2nd and December 2nd of 2013. Kindergarteners for the 2018-2019 school year must be 5 years old on or before September 1, 2013. If you have a child currently attending Edison, you do not need to attend a school orientation/tour. However, read the enrollment packet carefully because some policies may have changed since you enrolled your last child. If you are attending Edison on a permit from LAUSD, the inter-district permit application window is usually from March 1 to April 30 and you must apply on line. If your child is granted admission for 2018-2019, we will give you an invitation to enroll letter before that time. LAUSD is very strict about their permit application deadlines, so if you need an inter-district permit, pay attention to the deadlines. If you live outside SMMUSD but NOT in LAUSD, please contact your home school district to check their deadlines and requirements for permits. If you have any questions, contact Community Liaison, Yoly Gutiérrez at (310) 828-0335, ext 61-305. Sincerely,

Lori S. Orum. Principal

Edison Language Academy Enrollment for 2018-2019 I would like a 2018-19 Kindergarten application for a younger sibling I would like a 2018-2019 Transitional Kindergarten application for a younger sibling. Child’s name________________________________

Date of birth__________________

Address: ________________________________ City: _______________ Zip Code: ________ Phone Number: _____________________________ email: ____________________________ Sibling’s name (attending Edison)_______ ___________________ Room/Teacher ___________ 2402 Virginia Avenue, Santa Monica, CA 90404 – (310) 828-0335 – Fax (310) 449-1250


27 de septiembre, 2017 Estimadas Familias: Ya es tiempo de hacer planes para la registración del próximo año. Necesitamos saber si ustedes tienen otro niño/a que ustedes planean registrar en Kindergarten Transicional o en Kindergarten en Edison para el año escolar 20182019. Aunque es nuestra póliza darles prioridad a los hermanos de estudiantes que están asistiendo a Edison, ustedes debe entregar una solicitud antes del 27 de octubre, 2017 para tomar ventaja de esta prioridad. Después de ese tiempo, no podemos garantizar un espacio para su hijo/a y su solicitud será puesta en una lista general. Por favor tenga en mente que, aunque les damos la prioridad a los hermanitos de los alumnos y graduados de Edison, no es automático. Ustedes deben entregar su solicitud en el tiempo adecuado. Todas las solicitudes y/o documentos de IEP son revisadas para determinar si una situación de educación general en el programa de doble inmersión es un buen programa para las necesidades de cada niño y hacemos asesoramientos de idioma para determinar si su hijo/a será considerado como un niño que habla inglés o español en el proceso de admisiones. Si ustedes tienen un niño/a quien comenzará Kindergarten Transicional o Kindergarten el próximo año, completen y entreguen la forma de abajo so antes posible y les mandaremos una solicitud. Los estudiantes quienes entrarán a Kindergarten Transicional deben haber nacido entre el 2 de septiembre y el 2 de diciembre del 2013. Los estudiantes de Kindergarten para el año escolar del 2018-2019 deben cumplir 5 años antes del 1 de septiembre, 2018. Si ustedes tienen un niño/a asistiendo a Edison, no necesitan asistir a una orientación de la escuela. Pero, lea el paquete de registración cuidadosamente porque algunas pólizas, pueden haber cambiado desde que registró a su último hijo/a. Si ustedes asisten a Edison con un permiso de LAUSD el periodo para solicitar un permiso es del 1 de marzo hasta el 30 de abril y ustedes deben completar la solicitud por internet. Si su hijo/a es aceptado/a para el 2018 – 2019 le daremos una carta de invitación para registrarse antes de ese tiempo. LAUSD es muy estricto sobre sus fechas de entregar solicitudes para permisos, así es que si ustedes necesita un permiso de inter-distrito, pongan atención a estas fechas límites. Si viven fuera de SMMUSD pero NO en LAUSD, por favor comuníquense con su distrito escolar de su residencia para revisar sus fechas límites y sus requisitos para permisos. Si tienen preguntas, comuníquense conmigo o con la Comunitaria Bilingüe, Yoly Gutiérrez al (310) 828-0335, extensión 61-305.

Sinceramente,

Lori S. Orum Directora Academia de Idiomas Edison Matrícula para 2018-2019

Me gustaría recibir una solicitud para Kindergarten 2018-2019 para un hermanito/a menor. Me gustaría recibir una solicitud para Kindergarten Transicional 2018-2019 para un hermanito/a menor. Nombre del niño/a _________________________________

Fecha de Nacimiento ___________

Dirección: ____________________________________ Ciudad: ______________ Código Postal: ________ Número de teléfono: _______________________ correo electrónico:_________________________________ Nombre del hermano/a (asistiendo a Edison)_______________________________ Salón/Maestro/a ________ 2402 Virginia Avenue, Santa Monica, CA 90404 – (310) 828-0335 – Fax (310) 449-1250


OCEAN AVENUE

Active Stage

Art Zone Camera Obscura Art Lab

Triangle Square

Sustainability Zone City Hall

Car-free Zone

City Zone  Ken Genser Square

Mobility Zone Civic Auditorium

Community Garden

Library/ Conservancy 

Farmers Market

Car-free & Pedestrian  Only Zone

CI VIC CEN

COAST Information

Car Crossing Bike Path Cycle Track

Downtown Santa Monica Expo Line Station

First Aid

SM Travel & Tourism

Bike Valet & Repair

Restrooms

NORMAN PLACE

SAN TA MONIC A PL ACE

ANADE COLORADO ESPL

CALIFORNIA

WASHINGTON

THIRD STREET

PROMENADE

COAST Stage

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MAIN STREET AVENUE

BIKE PATH

Ocean Avenue

SAN TA MONICA PIER

COAST Stage 11 am Yachty By Nature Southern California’s smoothest yacht rock 12 noon & 2 pm KCRW DJ Anthony Valadez 1 pm Antics L.A. based hip-hop dance theater company

EXPLORE! Connections for Children | Santa Monica Airport2Park Foundation | Santa Monica Mid-City Neighbors | Shakey-Quakey School House Earthquake Simulator | Pop Up Cycle Track | Westside Energy Partnership

3 pm Rumbankete Progressive salsa orchestra

Active Santa Monica Recreation Classes Santa Monica Blvd. and Ocean Ave. Join one of these class demos that will get you moving and grooving. ACTIVE STAGE 10–11 am Zumba Workout

LAWN 1:30–2:30 pm Hoopfit Workout

11 am–1 pm Samba Reggae and Afro-Brazilian Dance

All Day Soccer Skills

1–2 pm African Fusion/Jazz Dance and Rap Workshop

EXPLORE! Public Works Vehicles | Santa Monica Fire Department

2–3 pm Funky Fresh Cardio

Outside — All Day

Inside — All Day

Poetry Marathon & Writing for Strangers

Camera Obscura Viewing

Santa Monica Community Portrait

Collaborative Drawing with Shannon Freshwater

11am & 12pm Beck + Col present Rainbow Flower Fun Time!

Art Piñata Making Demonstration with Roberto Benavidez

11am–1pm Join Robby Fontana for a rock and pop sing-along

Indiecade Game Tasting featuring an interactive virtual reality video game and a live action experience

11am–4pm Twenty Minute Treks departing every 15 minutes 12:30-2pm The Superbroke Brass and Tin and Strings Marching Band Ensemble 1pm, 2pm & 3pm Out of Bounds (excerpt) dance performance by Jay Carlon

All day

Colorado Esplanade EXPLORE! Kids on Stage | Metro | Red Cross | Santa Monica College Emeritus College Jewelry Class | Santa Monica Symphony SANTA MONICA PLACE Live music all day and COAST Concierge Kiosk at the Colorado entrance. Pick up a COAST Pass and enjoy special food and drink savings at Santa Monica Place restaurants and eateries.

THIRD STREET PROMENADE Stumble upon street performers, public art and sidewalks sales as you roam Third Street Promenade and the surrounding 40 blocks of Downtown Santa Monica from Ocean Ave. to Lincoln Blvd.

Santa Monica Pier All day

Art Zone

EXPLORE! The Broad Stage | Elemental Music

Santa Monica Community Garden

Sustainability Zone

Visit the historic pier, 1922 carousel and enjoy spectacular vistas and Pacific Park.

Camera Obscura Art Lab, 1450 Ocean Ave. Building community through creative expression!

Main Street

Learn how to create your own sustainability practice through a variety of resources and activities.

All day

COAST Stage brought to you by Downtown Santa Monica and Santa Monica Travel & Tourism

Civic Center

Docent-led Historic Tours of the Pier from 10 am–4 pm Bike Repair and Bike Valet Discounts and Specials throughout the day at Pier businesses 12 noon Bike Decorating and Aquarium Activity Table 2 pm Bike Parade PIER STAGE 12 Noon Sister Speak   Canadian songwriter playing modern folk rock 2:15 pm Music of Rod Lightning & the Thunderbolts of Love   The Ultimate classic rock band

SANTA MONICA PIER AQUARIUM Free canvas tote bag for visitors with paid admission (while supplies last) and Saturday Storytime at 2 pm.

Dream Tree Join artist Kiel Johnson and the reDiscover Center and use repurposed materials to embelish a life-size dream tree Chill Zone Sustainability themed games and shady relaxation

EXPLORE! Climate Action Santa Monica | Environmental Defenders | LA County DPSS Toy Loan Program | Santa Monica Forward | Solar Santa Monica | Water Resources Division

Music by The Sycons Solar DJs

EXPLORE! Ask a Commissioner | Commission on the Status of Women | Rent Control Board | SMPD Crime Prevention

Mobility Zone All day

Free Bike Valet Bike Repair by Santa Monica College Bike Club Food Trucks Cousins Maine Lobster | Downtown Dogs | Middle East Feast Peddlers Creamery make ice cream by peddling a bike Music by VENICE BEATS with Mr.Numberonederful & DJ BU$R1D3R

Harvesting Gardeners’ Local Food and Community Salads

Master Gardeners’ Tips

Regenerative Organic Gardening Demonstrations

Seed-Bursts Galore!

Building Compost and Healthy Soil as a Climate Action

Create a Monarch Waystation Selfies in the Garden

Kids Guide to the Shotgun House Scavenger Hunt for architectural features on nearby landmarks

Tours of the Preservation Resource Center, a restored 1980s Shotgun House

Ocean Park Branch Library The library hosts a variety of activities and games on their front lawn.

All day

Celebrate a city on the go!

Live Screen Printing Create unique pieces of wearable art on-site

Monarch Mask-Making & Gardening Arts

All day

Meet and greet plus fun photo op with City Council, elected officials, and other community leaders.

Button Making by Santa Monica Safe Routes to Schools

All day

Santa Monica Conservancy

City Zone

Bike Rodeo bike skills course for all ages with Santa Monica Spoke

Explore local biodiversity.

EXPLORE! Big Blue Bus | Breeze Bike Share | GoSaMo Transportation Management Organization | The Free Ride | Santa Monica Spoke | Southern California Association of Governments

Crafts for kids

Eats! A fun food craft for all ages

Big Games (Jenga, Connect Four, Twister)

Sign-ups for Free Library Cards

Santa Monica Farmers Market Extended hours 8:30 am–4:00 pm

All day California Farmers, Farm to Table Prepared Foods

Dance Workshop with Miss Alice

Music with Mayaztek and The Standards

Kid Zone with workshop, face painting, balloon twisting and a market treasure hunt

Cooking Demonstrations and panels hosted by Kim Vu of Vucacious

Buy Local

Performers Along the Route All day Critical Brass Band New Orleans brass band

S4X Saxophone quartet

Las Colibrí All-string female Mariachi band

Stiltwalkers Eros Biox and friends

jumpLA Jump rope and double Dutch performance & workshops


October 2017

SMMUSD-Elementary Lunch Menu New Item

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Grilled Cheese Sandwich

Fresh Baby Carrots w/Low Fat Ranch Dressing Sliced Apples Sandwich de Queso a la Parrilla

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Baked Sweet Potato Fries Fresh Pear

Brown Rice Pilaf Steamed Broccoli Kiwi

Tasty Refried Beans Tortilla Chips Jicama

Big Daddy Cheese Pizza

Hamburguesas Pequeñas de Pollo

Pollo Horneado

Ensalada de Taco con Carne de Pavo

Pizza de Queso de Big Daddy

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Brunch For Lunch French Toast Sticks

Baked Potato Wedges Banana

Turkey Sausage Patty Tater Tots 100% Juice

Hamburguesa con Queso

Palitos de Waffle

18 Red Cabbage Slaw Kiwi

24 Mexi-Cali Corn Fresh Pear

Steamed Cauliflower & Carrots Orange Smiles

Enchilada de Queso

Piezas de Pollo

13 Pizza Friday!

Spanish Rice Fresh Pear

Tony’s Thin Crust Cheese Pizza

Fresh Green Salad w/Cherry Tomatoes, Pineapple Tidbits

Steamed Brown Rice Steamed Broccoli Fresh Pear Piezas de Pollo a Savor de Naranja

Pizza Friday!

Black Bean & Corn Salad Whole Apple

Big Daddy Cheese Pizza

Taquitos de Pollo

Pizza de Queso de Big Daddy

Fresh Green Salad w/ Cherry Tomatoes Frozen Fruit Cup 27

Chicken Fajita Taco

Pizza Friday!

Pea & Carrot Melody Apricots

Flour Tortilla Pinto Beans Apple Slices

Tony’s Thin Crust Cheese Pizza

Lasagna de Quatro Tipos de Queso

Taco de Fajitas de Pollo

Fresh Green Salad w/Cherry Tomatoes, Pineapple Tidbits Pizza de Queso de Corteza Delgada

31 Bosco Cheese Sticks W/Marinara

Spooky Chicken Nuggets

Sliced Apples

Baked Cross Trax Fries Halloween Cookie Fresh Grapes

Palitos de Queso con Salsa Marinara

Sandwich de Pollo Empanizado

Tuesdays-Hummus Panini Box Wednesdays- Protein Box + Bagel Thursdays- Bean Taco Fridays- Cheese Pizza

½ cup serving of fruits/vegetables will be served with breakfast & lunch

20 Chicken Taquitos

26 Four Cheese Lasagna Rollup

Vegetarian Options:

Pizza de Queso de Corteza Delgada

Enchilada de Pavo

Orange Chicken

25 Baked Chicken Tenders

Fresh Green Salad w/Cherry Tomatoes Frozen Fruit Cup

Turkey Enchilada

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Sandwich de Pavo en Pan de Ciabatta

Cheese Enchilada

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Turkey Ciabatta Sandwich

Macaron y Queso

=Meatless Meal Pizza Friday!

17 Yummy Green Beans Aloha Roll Grapes

6 Taco Salad w/Turkey Meat

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Burrito de Frijoles y Queso

Home Style Macaroni & Cheese

5 Baked Chicken

Cheeseburger on Whole Grain Bun

Fiesta Corn Whole Apple

Nonfat White (Breakfast &Lunch) Non-fat chocolate-(lunch only)

Mini Chicken Sliders

10 Señor Felix Bean & Cheese Burrito

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Varieties of Milk offered daily: 1% white-(Breakfast & Lunch)

MEAL PRICES Elementary Full Price Breakfast$1.25 Secondary Full Price Breakfast$1.50 Reduced Breakfast-$0.30 Elementary Full Price Lunch-$3.00 Secondary Full Price Lunch-$3.50 Reduced Lunch-$0.40 Adult Prices: Breakfast-$2.25 Lunch-$4.25 To make a complete meal, students must take ½ cup of fruit OR vegetable

Prepay online at www.myschoolbucks.com Menus & Food & Nutrition Info can be found on our website at www.smmusd.org/foodservices

Suggestions or questions, email: fns@smmusd.org

This Institution is an Equal Opportunity Provider


HARVEST OF THE MONTH Health and Learning Success Go Hand-in-Hand: Eating a balanced diet rich in fruits, vegetables and whole grains supports a healthy body and mind. With Harvest of the Month, your family can explore, taste and learn about fruits and vegetables and being active every day.

Healthy Serving Ideas- Broccoli:  

Eat chopped in salads, soups, stir fry, sauté, in casseroles, boiled, steamed or eat as is. Try steaming your broccoli for more nutrition. Talk with your child about fruits and vegetables that are in season. Find a recipe and make it together.

Produce Tips:

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Good source of dietary fiber, potassium, vitamin E, foliate and beta carotene. Keep broccoli in the fridge, and consume within a few days, before it begins to turn yellow or lighter green. Available year round but their true season is fall to early spring.

2-Week Cycle Elementary Breakfast Menu

Cycle Date Cycle 1

Oct 2-6 Oct. 16-20 Oct. 30-31 Cycle 2

Oct. 9-13 Oct. 23-27

Menu is Subject to Change without notice

Coffee Cake Or Cereal w/ Graham Crackers

Biscuit w/Sausage Or Cereal w/ String Cheese

Breakfast Pizza Bagel Or Cereal w/ Graham Crackers

Cinnamon Triangles w/ Yogurt Or Cereal w/ String Cheese

Zucchini Bread Or Cereal w/ Graham Crackers

Breakfast Pizza Bagel Or Cereal w/ String Cheese

Belgian Waffle Or Cereal w/ Graham Crackers

Banana Bread 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

Prepay online at www.myschoolbucks.com Opt out of Nonfat Chocolate Milk via email at fns@smmusd.org

Did you know? You may qualify for CalFresh and/or Affordable Health Care Benefits? Visit Virginia Avenue Park Tuesdays, 8 am- 5 pm. For more information/appointments call 310-458-8688

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