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ANNOUNCEMENTS Social Dynamics: Developing & Facilitating Social Skills in your Child -- Bobby Verdugo, LCSW of the UCLA School Function Program will be presenting this workshop for Edison parents on Wednesday, March 25 at 8:30 am in Room 208. School Smarts Academy continues on Monday mornings at 8:30 am and Reflective Parenting Class (in Spanish) continues on Tues. mornings at 8:45 am. Special Site Council Meeting – Friday, March 27 at 4:00 pm. Edison Jogathon – Wednesday, March 25 is the deadline to turn in Jogathon pledges and qualify for prizes. –including very cool jogathon t-shirts featuring the Edison Eagle and the grand prize limo lunch! Menchies Fundraiser – When you visit Menchies Frozen Yogurt on Ocean Park between March 20-31 and mention this Edison fundraiser, a percentage of your purchase goes to the Edison PTA. Thank you Edison ELAC! – Deep appreciation to the Edison ELAC, especially Vice-President Magali Giovanini and Consuelo Perez and Sofia Ramirez who pulled together a delicious dinner for Noche de César Chávez in record time -- tamales, pupusas, arroz, frijoles, aguas frescas y postres! Not only did we all enjoy fellowship and great food but the proceeds from the food sale netted about $500.00 for the PTA and SMMEF. Facilities Updates -- Work continues on the playground and on the installation of air conditioning and heating units in our classrooms. Schedules are on-line at http://fipcontractors.smmusd.org/edisonnew-construction.aspx SMMEF Announces Spring Fundraisers –Nearly 32% of Edison families have now made a direct donation to SMMEF (supporting instructional assistants, literacy coach, K-5 Theater and K-2 Music programs, and professional development for our teachers). Won’t you join the 107 Edison families who have contributed so far? Also Sunday, April 26 from 10:00 am to 2:00 p.m. SMMEF is hosting a second annual private Pier Party at Pacific Park. Tickets are now on sale http://smmef.org/?/pierparty for $25.00 for a wristband with unlimited rides. Other pricing options are available. Get your tickets soon – the party sold out last year!

FROM THE PRINCIPAL’S DESK: CELEBRATING CULTURE AND LANGUAGE THROUGH THE ARTS We had a very moving and well-attended Noche de César Chávez event last Friday. In addition to the opportunity to share “comida y conversación,” Chiara Arroyo and Colleen Londoño presented a slide show about the annual Edison César Chávez service project assisting Corazon de Vida orphanages. They showed photos from the trip that approximately 50 Edison families took earlier this month to deliver supplies and visit the children at the orphanage and spoke about the visits that college students from Corazon de Vida have made to Edison. Jacqueline Fuentes and our nd 2 grade teachers and students shared an amazing concert that brought down the house! A combination of some original text created by the students and set to music, and a collection of meaningful songs, culminating with Somos Americanos and the students holding up flags of the Americas and the UFW flag created an emotional and beautiful program – with two encores! Thank you Maestras Fuentes, Jimenez, nd Melendez and Martinez. The 2 grade songwriting residency was made possible by funds received from SMMEF. If you missed the concert (or want to see it again!) visit https://vimeo.com/123032440. Thanks to Michel Pacifici for sharing the video he shot of the concert. th This week we are preparing for our annual production of the 5 Grade Play. The play, Cambia Todo Cambia, shows the power of theater over the ages – from ancient mythology and fables, through Shakespeare, to the Diary of Anne Frank. Things Change is inspired in the ever-evolving history of humankind and its theatre. By re-telling these tales on stage, our students can appreciate the dilemmas of extraordinary characters and th the eras they lived in. As the 5 graders’ time to bid farewell to Edison approaches, more than ever, the musical theme of the play reflects on the natural process we all go through in which everything changes. We are grateful to PS Arts and the support of SMMEF which makes Edison’s 30week K-5 Theater program possible. Edison is fortunate to have had this program and our wonderful theater arts teacher Martha Ramirez Oropeza for over 10 years. Theater classes are conducted entirely in Spanish and provide our students with another way to grow their Spanish language arts skills, and develop public speaking skills and self-confidence. Thank you also to parents Pilar Guzman (producer) and Annie Dunn (costumes) for their important work on the play. Please come join us for the Thursday evening, March 26 performance from 6:30-8:30 pm. in the Edison cafetorium. March 30-April 10 Spring Break Campus closed

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Dinámicas Sociales: Desarrollando y Facilitando Habilidades Sociales en su hijo/a–Bobby Verdugo, LCSW del Programa de Funciones Escolares de UCLA estará presentando este taller para los padres de Edison el miércoles, 25 de marzo a las 8:30 a.m. en el salón 208. Academia de Inteligencias Escolares –Continúa los lunes por las mañanas a las 8:30 am y la Clase de Reflexiones para Padres (en español) continúa los martes por las mañanas a las 8:45 am. Reunión Especial del Concilio Escolar –el viernes, 27 de marzo a las 4:00 pm. Caminata de Edison –el miércoles, 25 de marzo es el último día para entregar los compromisos de la caminata y calificar para premios. – ¡incluyendo camisetas muy buenas de la caminata presentando el águila de Edison y el premio mayor un almuerzo de limosina! Recaudación de Fondos Menchies –Cuando visiten a Menchies Yogurt Congelada en Ocean Park entre el 20 al 31 de marzo y mencione la recaudación de fondos de Edison, un porcentaje de su compra se va a la PTA de Edison. ¡Gracias ELAC de Edison! –¡Profundo agradecimiento al ELAC de Edison, especialmente a VicePresidenta Magali Giovanini y Consuelo Pérez y Sofía Ramírez quienes realizaron una cena deliciosa para la Noche de César Chávez en tiempo limitado – tamales, pupusas, arroz, frijoles, aguas frescas y postres! No solamente disfrutamos el compañerismo y gran comida, pero las ventas de comida dieron aproximadamente $500.00 para la PTA y SMMEF. Informes de Instalaciones –Trabajo en nuestro patio continúa y la instalación de unidades de aire acondicionado y calefacción en nuestros salones. Los horarios están en http://fipcontractors.smmusd.org/edison-newconstruction.aspx SMMEF Anuncia Recaudaciones de Fondos de Primavera –Casi el 32% de familias de Edison ya han hecho una donación directa a SMMEF para proveer apoyo para nuestros asistentes de instrucción, entrenador de alfabetismo, teatro de K – 5 y programas de música de K – 2, y desarrollo profesional para nuestros maestros. ¿Se unirán ustedes a las 107 familias de Edison quienes ya contribuyeron? También, el domingo, 26 de abril de 10:00 a.m. a 2:00 p.m. SMMEF patrocina la segunda anual y privada Fiesta de Muelle en Pacific Park. Los boletos están de venta en http://smmef.org/?/pierparty por $25.00 por una pulsera con paseos sin límites. Otras opciones de precios están disponibles. ¡Consigan sus boletos pronto – la fiesta se vendió completamente el año pasado!

DEL ESCRITORIO DE LA DIRECTORA: Celebrando Cultura y Lenguaje Por Medio de las Artes Tuvimos un conmovedor y bien asistido evento de Noche de César Chávez el viernes pasado. En adición a la oportunidad de compartir “comida y conversación,” Chiara Arroyo y Colleen Londoño presentaron una presentación de fotos sobre el proyecto anual de servicio de César Chávez de Edison asistiendo a los orfelinatos de Corazón de vida. Mostraron fotos del paseo que aproximadamente 50 familias de Edison tomaron a principios de este mes para entregar los materiales y visitar a los niños en el orfelinato y hablaros sobre las visitas que los estudiantes en la universidad de Corazón de Vida han hecho a Edison. ¡Jacqueline Fuentes y nuestras maestras de 2º grado y los estudiantes compartieron un concierto sorprendente que “tumbó la casa”! ¡Una combinación de algunos textos originales creados por estudiantes y puestos a música, y una colección de canciones significantes, culminando con Somos Americanos y los estudiantes mostrando banderas de las Américas y la bandera de UFW crearon un programa emocional y hermoso – con dos repeticiones! La clase de escribir canciones de 2º grado fue posible por los fondos recibidos de SMMEFF. Si perdieron el concierto (¡o lo quieren ver de nuevo!) visiten http://vimeo.com/123032440. Gracias a Michel Pacifici por compartir el video que tomó del concierto. Esta semana nos estamos preparando para nuestra producción anual de la Obra de 5º Grado. La obra, Cambia Todo Cambia, demuestra el poder del teatro a través de los tiempos – desde la mitología antigua y las fábulas, hasta Shakespeare, al Diario de Anne Frank. Este cambio es inspirado en la continuamente evolucionando historia de la humanidad y su teatro. Al re-contar los cuentos en el escenario, nuestros estudiantes pueden apreciar los dilemas de los personajes extraordinarios y las eras en las cuales vivieron. Mientras se acerca el tiempo de la despedida de los estudiantes del 5º grado, más que nunca, el tema musical de la obra refleja sobre el proceso natural que todos pasamos cuando todo cambia. Estamos agradecidos con PS Arts y el apoyo de SMMEF los cuales hacen posible el programa de teatro de 30 semanas para los estudiantes de K – 5 grado. Edison es afortunada de tener este programa y a nuestra maravillosa maestra de artes de teatro Martha Ramírez Oropeza por más de 10 años. Las clases de teatro son conducidas completamente en español y les provee a nuestros estudiantes con otra manera de aumentar sus habilidades del Idioma Español, y desarrollar habilidades de hablar en público y confianza propia. Gracias también a las mamás Pilar Guzman (productora) y Annie Dunn (vestuario) por su trabajo importante en la obra. Por favor vengan y acompáñenos el jueves, 26 de marzo, para la presentación de 6:30 – 8:30 pm en la cafetería de Edison.

30 de marzo – 10 de abril Vacaciones de Primavera Escuela Cerrada

15 de abril – Reunión de la Mesa Directiva Ejecutiva de la PTA de 6:00 – 8:00 pm – Salón Comunitario

17 de abril – 4º Grado de Paseo a UCLA


March 24, 2015 Dear Edison Families of Students in Kindergarten Through Grade 4: If you are planning to have your child or children continue to attend Edison next year, please fill out and return the form below by next Friday, April 18th. That may sound like a lot of time, but it’s actually only the Friday after we return from Spring Break. Getting an accurate count of projected enrollment for next year affects the number of teachers that SMMUSD authorizes for our school and the way that we configure classes (i.e., how many classes we need and at what grades). So your response helps us make the best plans for our students. I appreciate your candor and will treat your response as confidential in case you have not yet told your child about an upcoming move. For families who reside within the SMMUSD, returning the attachment below is enough for your child to continue at Edison. You do not need to renew an intra-district permit if you live outside the immediate Edison neighborhood. When you enrolled at Edison, we became your home school. For families who do not live in the SMMUSD and whose child/children are attending Edison with an interdistrict attendance permit, there are April 18. Second, you do not need to reapply for an interdistrict permit through your home district, but you must return a Verification of Continuing Enrollment to SMMUSD. These forms have already been sent to families with children attending on permit and are due to SMMUSD by June 1, 2015. If you have misplaced the form, you can get another on the district website (www.smmusd.org) . Go to Quick Links, Permits and then print, sign and return. If you do not have access to the Internet, our community liaison Yoly Gutierrez can help you (310) 828-0335, ext. 61-307. If you are enrolling a sibling in Kindergarten and live outside of SMMUSD or if you used to reside in SMMUSD but have moved outside the district, you will have to apply to your district of residence for an exit permit and fill out a permit application with SMMUSD. If you have questions, please see Yoly. Please let us know if you are planning for your child(ren) to continue at Edison next year or if you’re planning a change of schools. Complete and return this form to your child’s teacher by April 18. If you have more than one child at Edison, use a different form for each child. Thank you.

Lori S. Orum, Principal

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Child’s Name: _____________________________ Current Grade: ____ Room: _______ I plan to have my child to continue to attend Edison in 2015-2016 ____ Yes _____ No ____ Not sure Parent Name: _________________________________________ Any questions or comments? ______________________________________________________

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24 de marzo, 2015 Estimadas Familias de Edison de Estudiantes en los Grados Kindergarten hasta 4º: Si ustedes están planeando que sus hijos continúen asistiendo a Edison el próximo año, por favor complete y entregue la forma de abajo a más tardar el próximo viernes, 18 de abril. Eso parece ser mucho tiempo, pero es actualmente el primer viernes después de que regresamos de las Vacaciones de Primavera. Consiguiendo una cuenta exacta de la registración para el próximo año afecta la cantidad de maestros que SMMUSD autorizará para nuestra escuela y la manera en la cual configuramos las clases (por ejemplo, cuántas clases necesitaremos y qué grados). Así es que su respuesta nos ayuda hacer mejores planes para nuestros estudiantes. Yo les agradezco su sinceridad y trataré sus respuestas con confidencialidad en caso que ustedes aún no les hayan dicho a sus hijos sobre una mudanza que se acerque. Para las familias quienes viven dentro de SMMUSD, entregar la forma de abajo es suficiente para que su hijo/a continúe en Edison. Ustedes no necesitan renovar un permiso de intra-distrito si viven fuera de la vecindad inmediata de Edison. Cuando ustedes se registraron en Edison, nos hicimos su escuela de residencia. Para las familias quienes no viven dentro de SMMUSD y quienes sus hijos están asistiendo a Edison con un permiso de asistencia de interdistrito, hay dos partes para continuar la registración de su hijo/a para el próximo año. Primera, entregue la forma de abajo antes del 18 de abril. Segundo, ustedes no necesitan volver a solicitar un permiso de interdistrito de su distrito de residencia, pero debe entregar una Verificación de Registración Continua a SMMUSD. Estas formas ya se les mandaron a las familias con niños asistiendo con un permiso y deben ser entregadas a SMMUSD a más tardar el 1 de junio, 2015. Si ustedes creen que perdieron la forma, pueden obtener otra en la página de internet del distrito (www.smmusd.org). Vayan a “Quick Links”, Permits y después impriman, firmen y entréguenlas. Si no tienen acceso a internet, nuestra comunitaria bilingüe Yoly Gutiérrez les puede ayudar (310) 828-0335, extensión 61-307 Si ustedes estarán registrando a un hermanito/a en Kindergarten y viven fuera de SMMUSD o si usted antes vivía dentro de SMMUSD pero se han mudado fuera del distrito, ustedes tendrán que solicitar un permiso de salida de su distrito de residencia y completar una solicitud de permiso con SMMUSD. Si tienen preguntas, por favor comuníquense con Yoly. Por favor avísenos si ustedes están planeando que sus hijos continúen en Edison el próximo año o si ustedes están planeando un cambio de escuelas. Completen y entreguen esta forma al maestro/a de su hijo/a a más tardar el 18 de abril. Si tienen más de un hijo en Edison, usen una forma diferente para cada niño/a. Gracias.

Lori S. Orum, Directora +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Nombre del Niño/a: _____________________________ Quiero que mi hijo/a continúe en Edison este año

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ATTENTION PTA Members!! Amendments have been made to our PTA Bylaws.* We need your vote to adopt these amendments. What: Vote at the PTA Association Meeting When: Wednesday, April 29, 2015 Time: 8:30am – 9:30am Where: Edison Cafetorium *Please see next attached page for the list of changes.

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Changes to the Edison PTA Bylaws 1. New school address. 2. Added two new Vice President positions: a. Vice President of Vision for Student Success b. Vice President of Director Room Representatives 3. Changed “Chairman” to “Chairperson” throughout bylaws in order to make references gender neutral. 4. Updated Standing Rules to accurately reflect current duties of each of our Vice Presidents. 5. Combined corresponding secretary position with recording secretary position. Edison only has one secretary position. 6. Change Membership and Communications to one standing committee rather than the two reflected in the old bylaws. 7. The 4th Vice President position, Director of Special Education changed to Director of Special Events. 8. State PTA Council added new items to the Standing Rules section for tax requirements.

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¡¡Atención Miembros de la PTA!! Se han hecho enmiendas a nuestros Estatutos de la PTA.* Necesitamos su voto para adoptar estas enmiendas. Qué: Voto en la Reunión de la Asociación PTA Cuándo: miércoles, 29 de abril, 2015 Hora: 8:30am – 9:30am Dónde: Edison Cafetorium *Por favor vea la siguiente página adjunta para la lista de cambios.

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Cambios a los Estatutos de la PTA de Edison 1. Nueva dirección de la escuela. 2. Se agregaron dos nuevos Puestos para Vice Presidentes: a. Vice-Presidenta/e de Visión para el Éxito Estudiantil b. Vice-Presidenta/e de Director/a de Representantes de Salón 3. Se cambió “Chairman” a “Chairperson” en todos los estatutos para hacer que apliquen la referencias a cualquier género. 4. Se actualizaron las Reglas Permanentes para reflejar correctamente los deberes actuales de cada uno/a de nuestros/as VicePresidentes/as. 5. Se combinó la posición de secretario/a correspondiente con la posición de secretario/a de actas. Edison sólamente tiene una posición de secretario/a. 6. Se combinó a Membrecía y Comunicaciones en un comité permanente en vez de los dos como estaban reflejados en los estatutos anteriores. 7. La posición de cuarto Vice-Presidente/a, Director/a de Educación Especial se cambió a Director/a de Eventos Especiales. 8. El Concilio Estatal PTA agregó nuevos artículos a la sección de las Reglas Permanentes para requistos fiscales.

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Kinder Committee needs your help! / El Comité del Kinder necesita tu ayuda! DEAR ROOM REPS: Please forward to your room's parents. Thanks! Dear Kinder parents, The PTA has asked the Kinder Committee to help with Desserts and Drinks for this Thursday's fifth grade Play. So we are reaching out to our fellow Kinder parents to ask you to donate a baked good to have a bake sale, plus some aguas frescas to sell at the event. As always you are welcome to borrow the PTA drink jugs to bring your aguas frescas from home the night of the event. And you can bring in your baked goods to your classroom on Thursday morning and your room rep or myself will collect them there. As always, thanks for supporting the Kinder Committee and the Edison PTA. 5th Grade Play Thursday March 26 5:30 p.m. snacks 6:00 play starts Desserts and Drinks Contribution Carolina Vila Maestra Fullerton's Room Rep/ Kinder Committee 310-8807682 vila.carola@gmail.com

++++++++++++++++++++++++ Queridos padres del Kinder, La PTA le ha pedido al Comité del Kinder que se encargue de los Postres y Bebidas para la Obra de Teatro del 5to grado este Jueves. Así que estamos pidiendo ayuda a todos los padres del Kinder para que contribuyan con algún Postre o Aguas Frescas para vender en el evento. Como siempre pueden llevarse los recipientes para bebidas del PTA a casa para traer sus aguas frescas la noche del evento. Y pueden traer sus posters al salón el Jueves por la mañana y su representante de salón o yo misma nos encargaremos de recogerlos. Como siempre, gracias por apoyar al Comité del Kinder y a la PTA de Edison. Obra de Teatro del 5to Grado Juves 26 de Marzo 5:30 p.m. bocadillos 6:00 comienza la obra Donación de Postres y Bebidas Carolina Vila Representante de Salón de la Maestra Fullerton/ Comité del Kinder 310-8807682 vila.carola@gmail.com


April 2015

SMMUSD-Elementary Lunch Menu Never forget again to give your child money for lunch, prepay online at www.mylunchmoney.com. It’s easy!

Menu is subject to change

Mon Tue Wed IMPORTANT DATES TO REMEMBER: Spring Break is March 30 to April 10, 2015 Last day to purchase a Meal Deal for the 2014/15 school year is Friday, May 8, 2015 Last day we will accept personal checks for the 2014/15 school year is Monday, May 18, 2015 Last day to make prepayments on line via mylunchmoney.com is Tuesday, May 26, 2015 Last day of School: Friday, June 5, 2015

Thu Fri REMINDER TO PARENTS AND SCHOOL SITE STAFF: ALL MEAL APPLICATIONS MUST BE ORIGINAL, NOT FAXED, COPIED OR SCANNED.

Spring Break—March 30 thru April 10, 2015 13 Baked Corn Dog Baked Seasoned Potato Wedges Fruit

14 Mozzarella Stuffed Dipping Stix w/Marinara Sauce Fruit Palitos de Queso con Salsa Marinara

Perro Caliente Empanizado

20 Baked Breaded Chicken Patty Sandwich Happy Potato Smiles Fruit

21 Cool Lunch! Grilled Cheese Sandwich Fresh Baby Carrots Sun Chips

Sandwich de Pollo Empanizado

27 New Items **Baked Chicken Strips** ***Crispy Baked Spudsters*** Fruit

Piezas de Pollo Horneados www.smmusd.org/foodservices

15 Home Style Baked Chicken Home Style Mashed Potatoes Aloha Roll Fruit

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Cool Lunch! Nachos w/Turkey Taco Meat Refried Beans

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Brunch for Lunch!

Nachos con Carne de Pavo

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Pizza de Queso de Big Daddy

24 Premier Pizza Friday! Thin Crust Cheese Pizza Fresh Garden Salad Fresh Tangerine

Pizza de Queso de Corteza Delgada

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French Toast Stix Turkey Sausage Patty Baked Tater Tots 100% Juice

Señor Felix Bean & Cheese Burrito Zesty Corn

Palitos de Pan Frances

Burrito de Frijoles y Queso

Prepay online:www.mylunchmoney.com

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First Day of Salad Bar After Spring Break

Chicken Teriyaki Steamed Rice Steamed Broccoli Fruit

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All Beef Hot Dog Veggie Beans

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Cool Lunch! Chicken Fajitas Warm Flour Tortilla Refried Beans, Mild Salsa

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Varieties of Milk  1% white- (breakfast & lunch)  Nonfat White -(breakfast & lunch)  Non-fat chocolate-(lunch only)

This Institution is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer


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Reduce risk for heart disease, including heart attack and stroke. Protect against certain types of cancers. High fiber vegetables and fruits, may reduce the risk of heart disease, obesity, and type 2 diabetes. Eating vegetables and fruits rich in potassium may lower blood pressure

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Fresh Salad Bars or Pre-packaged Salads offered in all schools every day Cool Lunch at Elementary Schools combines the best of Hot Lunch with the best of our Salad Bars Two fruits and two vegetables available at Hot Lunch lines in all schools every day A serving of fruit or vegetable served with every lunch in all schools every day! Second Choice Vegetarian Option 4/13-4/16-Bean Burrito 4/20-4/23-Cheese Sticks 4/27-4/30-Yogurt and Pretzels

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Show or mention this flyer Friday, March 20th – Tuesday, March 31st

Muestre o mencione esta hoja entre viernes, 20 de marzo – martes, 31 de marzo, y 20% se donará a Edison PTA cuando compre sus helados. 20% de su compra será entregada y regalada a Edison PTA

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Santa Monica Police Activities League (PAL) (310) 458-8988 smpal.org

PAL Youth Center Hours 12:00 noon - 10:00 p.m. Monday though Friday 12 noon - 6:00 p.m. Saturdays

Spring Crafts 3/30 Join in making spring crafts. Ages 8 - 17 years 12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. SPACE IS LIMITED!

Little Bit Of This, A Little Bit Of That! 4/6 It’s cooking time! Join us a we make a delicious meal. Ages 6 – 12 years 2:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. SPACE IS LIMITED!

Cirque du Monde 3/31 Learn juggling, gymnastics, stilt walking, clowning, diabolo, flower sticks, and more! Ages 6 – 12 years 2:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Video Game All-Stars 4/1 Game begins at 3:15 p.m. Join us in playing Wii, Xbox, and Madden to name a few. Ages 6 - 17 years

Fishing Adventures 4/7

Tie Dyeing 4/8

Experience fishing at a local Pier. Staff will teach the fundamentals of fishing and give new pointers to those already familiar with the fishing. Ages 8 - 17 years 12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. SPACE IS LIMITED!

Kids love making tie-dyes. It’s messy, and colorful, and when it’s done, they’ll have an awesome shirt that they made. Ages 6 – 17 years 2:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Sign-ups begin Monday, March 23rd Spring Fling 4/ 2 Take part in hiking, games, and a barbecue. Bus will leave for Will Rogers State Park from PAL at 12 noon and return at 5:00 p.m. PAL WILL BE CLOSING AT 6:00 p.m.

Cirque du Monde 4/9 Learn juggling, gymnastics, stilt walking, clowning, diabolo, flower sticks, and more! Ages 6 – 12 years 2:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Video Game All-Stars 4/1 Game begins at 3:15 p.m. Join us in playing Wii, Xbox, and Madden to name a few. Ages 13 – 17 years 4:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

Movie Day 4/10 FROZEN starts at 1:00 p.m. Ages 6 - 17 years Hot dog, chips, and drink will be served.

Sign-ups are required for all activities and are on a first come first serve basis. Enrichment classes and activities are open to PAL members. PAL is open to youth ages 6 - 17 years who are Santa Monica residents or go to school in Santa Monica. The PAL Youth center is a drop-in recreation facility. Children have the right to come and go from the facility and PAL staff will not prevent children leaving the facility. SM welcomes people of all abilities in our programs. The PAL Youth Center is accessible to wheelchairs. If you have any disability-related request, please contact (310) 458-8988 or TTY (310) 458-8696 at lease three days prior to the event. Santa Monica Big Blue Bus Line #5 & #11 serves the PAL Youth Center.


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Franklin Elementary School For students entering grades K-5

Five affordable weeks of non-stop fun, exploring and creating! Shoot Hoops like Kobe Launch a Rocket Paint Masterpieces Jump-Start Kindergarten

Be a Cartoonist Learn the Latest Dance Moves Discover the Wonders of the Ocean Be Tech Savvy

June 15 – July 17

$525 for full program

8:30 am – 12:30 pm daily

Early-Bird Discount! Sign up by April 17th and pay only $500 for the full morning program.

(5 weeks; closed July 3rd)

Franklin Elementary School 2400 Montana Avenue Santa Monica 90403

PLEASE NOTE. There are two locations for the Santa Monica Elementary program: Franklin and Will Rogers. Students have the option of enrolling at either site. There are separate brochures for each site.

Scholarships available for qualifying students enrolled in SMMUSD for August 2015 Childcare available for an additional fee

Registration Starts on March 23rd online at www.smmpta.org or www.smmef.org in person at the District Office March 23rd & 24th, 8:00am - 2:00pm and 10:00 am - 2:00 pm thereafter Sofia Cedillo Principal scedillo@smmusd.org Sponsored by

Sylvia Fuchs Administrative Assistant sfuchs@smmusd.org 310-450-8338 x70420


ENROLLMENT INFORMATION: Grade level is determined by the grade the student will enter in August 2015. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis, beginning March 23, 2015. Classes are offered subject to enrollment and are limited to 20-25 students. Confirmation of classes will be sent to the student’s home address. Enrollment continues as long as space is available. NOTE: Unless enrolled, children may not visit classes as a guest. FEES: Tuition for the full program is $525 per child (or $500 if you register by April 17). Some classes have a materials fee in addition to the tuition that is non-refundable and non-transferable after May 30. ALL FEES MUST BE PAID BY JUNE 9. Make check payable to: Santa Monica-Malibu Council of PTAs. No student will be allowed to attend class without full payment. Bank-returned checks are subject to a $25 fee and will disqualify the student from the program until a cash payment is received. A non-refundable, nontransferable $6 per-student fee is charged when a credit card is used for payment. TUITION REFUND POLICY: Full refund less $25 handling fee if cancellation is received by May 30. NO REFUNDS AFTER MAY 30. Credit cards are accepted through June 9. CHILD CARE: Child Development Services will offer child care from 7AM to 8:30 AM and 12:30PM to 6PM daily. See attachment for fees and enrollment information, or visit the website: www.smmusd.org/CDS/index.html

FULL MORNING PROGRAMS LET’S GO, KINDERGARTEN! #10 Kindergarten Readiness This summer adventure will be sure to help the kiddos feel more comfortable and confident as they begin school in the fall. We will spend the summer learning about animals and nature and doing lots of fun and creative art projects! We will practice numbers, math concepts, letter sounds and even blend sounds together to make words! Music will play, friends will be made, and memories will linger! Materials fee $15 Jamie Marks MARVELOUS MOVIE LOVERS: MATHEMATICS, #20 WRITING AND SCIENCE! Grades K-1 Love Frozen, Despicable Me, Flubber, Big Hero 6 and more? With a children’s movie focus, come practice cognitively-guided math, daily writing journals and hands-on science skills! With learning catered to student interests, students are sure to leave this course with a love of learning and excitement for the next school year to start! Materials fee $15 Sarah White

8:30 AM – 12:30 PM PRIMARY OCEANOGRAPHY #30 Grades 1-2 This very popular class is back for another year! Taught by a team of three experienced primary teachers, this course is an in-depth study of sea life. Students will attend research trips to the library and the Santa Monica Pier and even have visits from real marine scientists, all in order to gather knowledge and have hands-on experiences with sea life. Students will be encouraged to apply their knowledge of sea life in a variety of activities: sea life stories, sea life riddles, pop-up books, and under-the-sea murals, just to name a few! Math and science will be integrated throughout the program. Teachers will adjust instruction to challenge and motivate the individual learning needs of all students. Don’t miss the fun! Materials fee $20 Erin Hurst, Cynthia Thatcher & Rebecca Urias

NOTICE: THE TEACHER INDICATED AFTER EACH CLASS DESCRIPTION IS TENTATIVE AND ALL CLASS OFFERINGS DEPEND ON ENROLLMENT.


PERIOD I BASKETBALL…THEY SHOOT! THEY SCORE! #101 Grades 1-3 They also dribble, pass and learn about defense, offense, conditioning, teamwork and other fundamentals. Basketball is a great sport that children will enjoy for a lifetime! Materials fee $15 Eric Reff EDIBLE GARDENS #102 Grades 3-5 Students will learn about tasty plants that live and grow in the Los Angeles and Southern California area. They will use these plants in healthy snacks and cooking experiments. Each day will conclude with a picnic and/or outdoor game. At the end of the course, each student will leave with a seedling they have tended and observed, ready to plant at home! Materials fee $15 Bridget Dempsey THE MAGIC OF NUMBERS #103 Grades 2-5 Have you heard about the greatest number ever discovered? Do you know the trick with 9s? Improve your basic math skills by playing a variety of fun activities. Challenge yourself to figure out math puzzles using logic and reason. We will practice mental math and computation, critical thinking skills, play dice games, play money math, solve algebra problems and engage in math art projects and games. You can choose to do class activities with partners or in small groups. Strengthen confidence in solving problems as you apply what you already know. The Mathematical Mystery tour is waiting to take you to The Magic of Numbers! Materials fee $5 Ila Sender BRICKS 4 KIDZ #104 Grades 4-5 Bricks 4 Kidz classes provide an extraordinary atmosphere for children, where we learn, build and play…with LEGO bricks. You will be introduced to principles of engineering by constructing a new model every day based on exciting themes, from space to sports, amusement parks to animals and transportation to inventions. Bricks 4 Kidz teachers lead a discussion related to that day’s model, using materials designed by educators to teach STEM concepts across a variety of subject areas. You will learn about everything from gears, torque and friction, to geography, space exploration, and weather while they build and have FUN. Materials: $10 Autumn Moss-Peñaloza SCIENCE OF THINGS THAT GOOO! #105 Grades 3-5 Let’s build them and watch them goooo! This is a hands-on course where students will design and build boats, cars, airplanes, rockets and more. Materials fee $25 Dan Neumann

8:30 AM – 9:40 AM LET’S DANCE #106 Grades 2-5 Students will experience the power of creative dance while developing confidence, problem solving, perseverance and collaboration. They will choreograph and perform their creations. No experience necessary. Let’s dance! Materials fee $5 Linda Brown HEROES, MONSTERS AND MYTHS #107 Grades 2-5 Journey back in time 2,500 years. You will be introduced to the world of Ancient Greece, where monsters had snakes for hair and heroes were stronger than lions. We will recreate our favorite Greek myths into comics, sculptures, mosaics, masks, stories and more! We will finish the summer with our version of the first Summer Olympic Games! Grab your suitcase and let’s go! Materials fee $15 Tiffany Estrada RUN (AND EAT) INTO SUMMER FUN #108 Grades 2-5 Food and fun lovers, this is for you! Students will get a fun crash course in how to live a healthy and active lifestyle. Students will learn and practice a variety of (teachersupported) exercises, from running, push-ups, calisthenics, games, sports and even Crossfit and light weight training! Along with learning how to keep moving, students will sample and make delicious food options every week. Put away your video games and come outside for some fun! Materials fee $15 Kimberly Marshall DIGITAL STORYTELLING #109 Grades 4-5 Are you a creatively-minded, tech savvy kid? Then join us in the Computer Lab this summer, where you’ll be given the opportunity to learn and master the art of storytelling using digital technology! Students will use animation, ComicLife, Claymation, Mapskip, StoryBoard Generator, Prezi, and much more to perfect and present their work. Are you ready to be a digital star? Materials fee $20 Deborah Talbot

NOTICE: THE TEACHER INDICATED AFTER EACH CLASS DESCRIPTION IS TENTATIVE AND ALL CLASS OFFERINGS DEPEND ON ENROLLMENT.


PERIOD II

9:55 AM – 11:05 AM

LET’S DANCE #201 Grades 2-5 Students will experience the power of creative dance while developing confidence, problem solving, perseverance and collaboration. They will choreograph and perform their creations. No experience necessary. Let’s dance! Materials fee $5 Linda Brown

SCIENCE OF THINGS THAT GOOO! #206 Grades 3-5 Let’s build them and watch them goooo! This is a hands-on course where students will design and build boats, cars, airplanes, rockets and more. Materials fee $25 Dan Neumann

BRICKS 4 KIDZ #202 Grades 3-5 Bricks 4 Kidz classes provide an extraordinary atmosphere for children, where we learn, build and play…with LEGO bricks. You will be introduced to principles of engineering by constructing a new model every day based on exciting themes, from space to sports, amusement parks to animals and transportation to inventions. Bricks 4 Kidz teachers lead a discussion related to that day’s model, using materials designed by educators to teach STEM concepts across a variety of subject areas. You will learn about everything from gears, torque and friction, to geography, space exploration, and weather while they build and have FUN. Materials: $10 Autumn Moss-Peñaloza STORIES THAT POP UP! #203 Grades 2-5 Express yourself with words and 3-D pop-ups. Awaken the creative writer and artist within you! Learn how to write better paragraphs with captivating details that jump off the page. Explore the world of poetry and create a matching pop-up. Use your imagination to write and illustrate stories. Improve essential writing skills by writing and editing with partners. Our summer session will culminate with a writer and artist showcase. Freedom of expression is your key to Stories That Pop Up! Materials fee $10 Ila Sender

HEROES, MONSTERS AND MYTHS #207 Grades 2-5 Journey back in time 2,500 years. You will be introduced to the world of Ancient Greece, where monsters had snakes for hair and heroes were stronger than lions. We will recreate our favorite Greek myths into comics, sculptures, mosaics, masks, stories and more! We will finish the summer with our version of the first Summer Olympic Games! Grab your suitcase and let’s go! Materials fee $15 Tiffany Estrada

RUN (AND EAT) INTO SUMMER FUN #208 Grades 2-5 Food and fun lovers, this is for you! Students will get a fun crash course in how to live a healthy and active lifestyle. Students will learn and practice a variety of (teacher-supported) exercises, from running, push-ups, calisthenics, games, sports and even Crossfit and light weight training! Along with learning how to keep moving, students will sample and make delicious food options every week. Put away your video games and come outside for some fun! Materials fee $15 Kimberly Marshall

LEARNING WITH COMPUTER GAMES #204 EDIBLE GARDENS #209 Grades 3-5 Grades 3-5 Become a computer whiz this summer! This class is loaded with Students will learn about tasty plants that live and grow in the academic games for math, language arts, science and social Los Angeles and Southern California area. They will use these studies that are aligned with the Common Core Standards. plants in healthy snacks and cooking experiments. Each day You’ll have fun learning and using games that will keep your will conclude with a picnic and/or outdoor game. At the end of skills sharp. You will be highly motivated to learn by using the course, each student will leave with a seedling they have websites with games that you can use during the school year. tended and observed, ready to plant at home! Each week, you’ll walk away with a list of learning websites for Materials fee $15 Bridget Dempsey every subject. Join the fun! No Materials Fee Deborah Talbot BASKETBALL…THEY SHOOT! THEY SCORE! #205 Grades 1-3 They also dribble, pass and learn about defense, offense, conditioning, teamwork and other fundamentals. Basketball is a great sport that children will enjoy for a lifetime! Materials fee $15 Eric Reff NOTICE: THE TEACHER INDICATED AFTER EACH CLASS DESCRIPTION IS TENTATIVE AND ALL CLASS OFFERINGS DEPEND ON ENROLLMENT.


PERIOD III STORIES THAT POP UP! #301 Grades 2-5 Express yourself with words and 3-D pop-ups. Awaken the creative writer and artist within you! Learn how to write better paragraphs with captivating details that jump off the page. Explore the world of poetry and create a matching pop-up. Use your imagination to write and illustrate stories. Improve essential writing skills by writing and editing with partners. Our summer session will culminate with a writer and artist showcase. Freedom of expression is your key to Stories That Pop Up! Materials fee $10 Ila Sender MATH GAME MANIA #302 Grades 2-5 Enrich your math skills in addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, number sense, money, and problem solving. We will also improve our critical thinking while playing with dice, cards, and math puzzles. Fridays are Math Mania days. The students play any of the games we have learned and win prizes. The class ends with designing your own board game! Improve your math skills while having fun! Materials fee $5 Tiffany Estrada LET’S DANCE #303 Grades 2-5 Students will experience the power of creative dance while developing confidence, problem solving, perseverance and collaboration. They will choreograph and perform their creations. No experience necessary. Let’s dance! Materials fee $5 Linda Brown EDIBLE GARDENS #304 Grades 3-5 Students will learn about tasty plants that live and grow in the Los Angeles and Southern California area. They will use these plants in healthy snacks and cooking experiments. Each day will conclude with a picnic and/or outdoor game. At the end of the course, each student will leave with a seedling they have tended and observed, ready to plant at home! Materials fee $15 Bridget Dempsey

11:20 AM – 12:30 PM DIGITAL DISCOVERY #305 Grades 3-5 Ready, set, go TYPE! Get your “digits” ready as you learn how to position your fingers, sit with proper posture and learn to type! Students will strengthen their digital knowledge by creating certificates and a keyboarding scrapbook. Students will also learn how to find fun, safe, and grade-appropriate academic games that will keep them motivated, challenged, and learning at the same time! Weekly lists will be sent home with the “best of the best” learning websites they can continue to use in the fall. This class will teach your child the basics of keyboarding that is needed for state testing. Materials fee $5 Deborah Talbot RUN (AND EAT) INTO SUMMER FUN #306 Grades 2-5 Food and fun lovers, this is for you! Students will get a fun crash course in how to live a healthy and active lifestyle. Students will learn and practice a variety of (teacher-supported) exercises, from running, push-ups, calisthenics, games, sports and even Crossfit and light weight training! Along with learning how to keep moving, students will sample and make delicious food options every week. Put away your video games and come outside for some fun! Materials fee $15 Kimberly Marshall SCIENCE OF THINGS THAT GOOO! #307 Grades 3-5 Let’s build them and watch them goooo! This is a hands-on course where students will design and build boats, cars, airplanes, rockets and more. Materials fee $25 Dan Neumann

BRICKS 4 KIDZ #308 Grades 2-4 Bricks 4 Kidz classes provide an extraordinary atmosphere for children, where we learn, build and play…with LEGO bricks. You will be introduced to principles of engineering by constructing a new model every day based on exciting themes, from space to sports, amusement parks to animals and transportation to inventions. Bricks 4 Kidz teachers lead a discussion related to that day’s model, using materials designed by educators to teach STEM concepts across a variety of subject areas. You will learn about everything from gears, torque and friction, to geography, space exploration, and weather while they build and have FUN. Materials: $10 Autumn Moss-Peñaloza NOTICE: THE TEACHER INDICATED AFTER EACH CLASS DESCRIPTION IS TENTATIVE AND ALL CLASS OFFERINGS DEPEND ON ENROLLMENT.


APPLICATION Monday, June 15 – Friday, July 17, 2015 8:30 am – 12:30 pm (closed July 3)

FRANKLIN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENT’S NAME

MALE

DATE OF BIRTH

FEMALE

GRADE IN AUG.

HOME SCHOOL

ADDRESS

AGE CITY

HOME PHONE

WORK PHONE

ZIP

CELL PHONE

EMAIL

Indicate the class number and title of your 1st and 2nd choices below (please note that some classes are full-morning classes). OFFICE USE ONLY

TIME

CHOICE

8:30-12:30 Full morning

1st

PERIOD I 8:30-9:40

1st

COURSE #

TITLE

ENROLLED

MATERIALS FEE

2nd

2nd

PERIOD II 9:55-11:05

1st

PERIOD III 11:20-12:30

1st

2nd

2nd

DEPENDING ON ENROLLMENT, SOME CLASSES MAY BE CLOSED. WE WILL MAKE EVERY EFFORT TO ENROLL YOUR CHILD IN THE CLASSES OF YOUR CHOICE.

AGREEMENT Please enroll my child in the Summer Adventure Program. Classes are offered subject to enrollment. Except when team taught, classes will be limited to no more than 25. Enrollment will continue until classes are full. Confirmation of classes will be sent to the student’s home address during the week of May 25. Credit cards are accepted through June 9. We charge $6 per student when a credit card is used for payment. TUITION REFUND POLICY: Full refund, less $25 handling fee, will be issued if cancellation is received by May 30. NO REFUNDS after May 30. Credit card fees are non-refundable. Materials fees are non-refundable and nontransferrable after May 30. No student will be allowed to attend class until full payment, including materials fees, has been received. Returned checks are subject to a $25 fee and will disqualify the student from the program until a cash payment is received. SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION: Scholarships are only considered for students enrolled in SMMUSD for August 2015. Scholarship prices apply to the full program; they are not pro-rated. Please submit a copy of your student’s free or reduced lunch eligibility notification letter with your registration form no later than May 22, 2015. For students not on free or reduced lunch, an application for reduced tuition may be requested from the Summer Adventure Office. Late applications will be accepted at the discretion of the Principal. SIGNATURE OF PARENT/GUARDIAN _____________________________________ PRINT NAME __________________________________ DATE ____________ PAYMENT INFORMATION: Cash, Check, MasterCard or VISA card. Payment of FULL AMOUNT is required at time of registration. Enclosed is my payment of $525 (if received after April 17) or $500 (if received by April 17) for full program

$

Enclosed is my payment of $385 for 2 classes / $200 for 1 class

$

Enclosed are the materials fees (must be paid with application)

$

Enclosed is my payment of $75 (free lunch students) or $200 (reduced lunch students), along with my student’s eligibility notification letter.

$

My student is not on free or reduced lunch, but I would like to apply for a scholarship. Enclosed is my deposit of $75.

$

I want to help by sponsoring a scholarship student. Enclosed is an additional

$

Credit card service fee of $6 per student, if applicable

$ TOTAL AMOUNT

CREDIT CARD PAYMENT (NO CREDIT CARD PAYMENTS AFTER JUNE 9, 2015): Name on card (print) Make CHECKS payable to: Santa Monica-Malibu Council of PTAs

MasterCard Card number

VISA

$

Expires:

Mail to: PTA Office/Summer Adventure 1651 16th Street, SM, CA 90404 (310) 450-8338 x70420

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Deposit received Full payment received Materials fee received Materials fee received Notes

Amount Amount Amount Credit card fee

PLEASE COMPLETE BOTH SIDES OF THIS APPLICATION OFFICE USE ONLY Check # Registered in childcare Check # Siblings registered Check # RF Confirmation sent Date


STUDENT EMERGENCY CARD THIS DOCUMENT MUST BE FILLED OUT COMPLETELY AND SIGNED

FRANKLIN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NOTE: If your child is absent OR you know in advance that your child will miss any SUMMER ADVENTURE days, please notify the office. Thank you. PLEASE PRINT ALL INFORMATION

STUDENT’S LAST NAME

STUDENT’S FIRST NAME

ADDRESS

MIDDLE INITIAL HOME PHONE CITY

ZIP

PARENT/GUARDIAN #1 NAME

DAYTIME PHONE

EVENING PHONE

EMAIL

PARENT/GUARDIAN #2 NAME

DAYTIME PHONE

EVENING PHONE

EMAIL

When parent(s)/guardian(s) cannot be reached, the office should contact and may release my child to the following: 1. NAME

ADDRESS

PHONE NUMBER

2. NAME

ADDRESS

PHONE NUMBER

List below (1) any medications being taken and when AND (2) any medical conditions, i.e., allergies, physical conditions. Please attach any additional information, if necessary. MEDICATIONS/WHEN

MEDICAL CONDITION

MEDICATIONS/WHEN

MEDICAL CONDITION

I do not give the SUMMER ADVENTURE staff permission to photograph my child during the summer activities, for publicity use only, by the Santa Monica-Malibu Council of PTAs and/or Santa Monica-Malibu Education Foundation. My child requires adult supervision in addition to the Summer Adventure teacher. I will provide an adult qualified to provide this supervision at no cost to Summer Adventure. I understand that the supervision aide I provide must be approved in advance by Summer Adventure and that the approval process requires fingerprinting, a criminal background check and documentation that the aide does not carry TB, among other requirements established by SMMUSD. The supervision aide must comply with Summer Adventure and SMMUSD policies at all times while present at Summer Adventure.

PARENT/GUARDIAN’S APPROVAL AND STUDENT WAIVER ____________________________________ has my (our) permission to participate in the SUMMER ADVENTURE program (the Name of child

“Program”), sponsored by the Santa Monica-Malibu Education Foundation (“SMMEF”) and the Santa Monica-Malibu Council of PTAs (“SMMPTA”), from June 15 to July 17, 2015, at Franklin Elementary School from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. daily. In consideration for my (our) child’s participation in the Program, I (we) assume all risks in connection with the child’s participation in the Program and agree to indemnify and hold harmless SMMEF, SMMPTA and the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District (“SMMUSD”) from any claims and liabilities arising out of my (our) child’s participation in the Program. I (we) hereby forever waive, release, and discharge SMMEF, SMMPTA, SMMUSD, California State PTA (collectively, the “Released Organizations”), and any or all of their directors, officers, members, trustees, agents, employees, volunteers, any and all participants, owners, lessors and operators of the premises, and each of them, from all liability, claims, causes of action, demands for any damage, losses or injury to the student, the student’s property, or parent’s property of any kind or nature (collectively “liability”), arising out of participation in, or attendance at, the Program, and/or the employees of said organizations, including but not limited to losses caused by the passive or active negligence of the Released Organizations, and/or the employees of said organizations; provided, however, this waiver, release and discharge shall not apply to liability that arises from the gross negligence or willful misconduct of the Released Organizations. I do hereby certify that to the best of my (our) knowledge and belief, my (our) child is in good health. In case of illness or accident, permission is granted for emergency treatment to be administered. It is further understood and agreed that the undersigned will assume full responsibility for any such action, including payment of costs. I (we) hereby advise that the above-named child has had the following allergies or medicine reaction(s) which could limit participation, or unusual physical condition(s) which have been made known to a treating physician and may limit participation (if none, please write the word “NONE”): ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

1. _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Signature of Parent/Guardian of Child Printed name of Parent/Guardian of Child Relationship to the Child Date 2. _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Signature of Parent/Guardian of Child Printed name of Parent/Guardian of Child Relationship to the Child Date


2015 PTA Summer Adventure Program Extended Day Child Care Registration Enrollment Options

□ Morning Only ( 7:00am-8:30 a.m.) □ Afternoon Only ( 12:30pm- 6:00 p.m.) □ Morning & Afternoon

$180.00 $645.00 $820.00

Fill in amounts below:

Requested School Site: ___ Franklin ( Check one ) ___ Point Dume ___ Rogers

Amount for program selected $________ + Registration Fee(if applicable) $_______ = Total Amount Enclosed $_______ __

Participant’s Name (Child’s) Last, First

Home School

Grade 2014/15

Address

City

Zip

Mother/Guardian

Father/Guardian

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Home Phone Work Place & Phone Other number(s) (pager, cell, etc.) Doctor’s Name & Phone

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Home Phone

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Work Place & Phone

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Other number(s) (pager, cell, etc.)

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Dentist’s Name & Phone

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Please list any medications or allergies that concern your child: _______________________________________ If parents cannot be reached, we will only release your child to these LOCAL persons:

Name

Relationship

Address

Phone

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2.

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3.

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Field Trip and Permission The Extended Summer Day Care Program may include field trips and/or walking excursions. Date, time of departure/return, method of transportation and destination will be posted. The method of transportation for these will be school district buses or the Santa Monica ! Big Blue Bus." I understand that my child is to accept all rules and requirements governing conduct during each field trip or excursion. Pursuant to provisions of Education Code 35330. I hereby release the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District from all liability arising out of or in connection with the Extended Day Care Summer Program field trips. I give my permission for _________________________to participate in the field trips for the Extended Day Summer Program. In the event of an emergency, if I cannot be reached, I hereby give my consent for ___________________________________ to be transported to an emergency facility and to receive attention from a physician or dentist.. *_____________________________________ Parent/Guardian Signature

*________________________ Date


Child Development Services EXTENDED DAY CHILD CARE FOR CHILDREN ATTENDING THE 2015 PTA SUMMER ADVENTURE PROGRAM

Child Development Services will offer child care to all students attending The PTA Summer Adventure Program will be in Room 18 at Franklin Elementary, in Room (TBA) at Point Dum Elementary and in Bungalow 407 at Will Rogers Learning Academy. Child care will be open from 7:00-8:30a.m. and from 12:30-6:00p.m. every day of the program, beginning Monday, June 16 – Friday , July 17. (Child care will be CLOSED on Friday, July 3th). The child care program includes the following activities: arts and crafts, weekly trips to swimming pool, local trips, and enriching indoor and outdoor activities. Enrollment will be on a first- come, first- served basis, determined by the date your child’s registration is received. You may choose from these three enrollment options: Morning Only (7:00-8:30 a.m.) $180.00 Afternoon Only (12:30-6:00 p.m.) $645.00 Morning & Afternoon $820.00 There is a $50.00 non-refundable registration fee for all children who have not enrolled or re-enrolled in School Age Programs for the 15/16 school year. This payment must be paid by separate check. Please complete the attached registration form and submit it with your payment to: Child Development Services 2828 Fourth Street Santa Monica, CA 90405 Attn: Sharon Lee Payment Options: Checks, credit cards (Visa/Master Card/Debit) or money orders made payable to SMMUSD. No Cash Please Please write child’s Last & First name and Home School on memo line of your check/money order.

TOTAL FEES (Registration Fee and Tuition) DUE BY MAY 19th

IMPORTANT! TUITION REFUND POLICY: Full refunds (minus 15% processing fee) if withdrawn before May 19th. Partial refunds will only be given up to June 10th (minus 15% processing fee). No refunds after June 10th.

Questions: Contact Sharon Lee (310) 399-5865 Ext.79523


Will Rogers Learning Community For students entering grades K-5

Five affordable weeks of non-stop fun, exploring and creating! Shoot Hoops like LeBron Launch Rockets! Paint Masterpieces Jump-Start Kindergarten

Be a Cartoonist Learn the Latest Dance Moves Discover the Wonders of the Ocean Be Tech Savvy

June 15 – July 17

$525 for full program

8:30 am – 12:30 pm daily

Early-Bird Discount! Sign up by April 17th and pay only $500 for the full morning program.

(5 weeks; closed July 3rd)

Will Rogers Learning Community 2401 14th Street Santa Monica 90405

Scholarships available for qualifying students enrolled in SMMUSD for August 2015

PLEASE NOTE. There are two locations for the Santa Monica Elementary program: Franklin and Will Rogers. Students have the option of enrolling at either site. There are separate brochures for each site.

Childcare available for an additional fee

Registration Starts on March 23rd online at www.smmpta.org or www.smmef.org in person at the District Office March 23rd & 24th, 8:00am - 2:00pm and 10:00 am - 2:00 pm thereafter Marc Sanschagrin Principal msanschagrin@smmusd.org Sponsored by

Sylvia Fuchs Administrative Assistant sfuchs@smmusd.org 310-450-8338 x70420


ENROLLMENT INFORMATION: Grade level is determined by the grade the student will enter in August 2015. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis, beginning March 23, 2015. Classes are offered subject to enrollment and are limited to 20-25 students. Confirmation of classes will be sent to the student’s home address. Enrollment continues as long as space is available. NOTE: Unless enrolled, children may not visit classes as a guest. FEES: Tuition for the full program is $525 per child (or $500 if you register by April 17). Some classes have a materials fee in addition to the tuition that is non-refundable and non-transferable after May 30. ALL FEES MUST BE PAID BY JUNE 9. Make check payable to: Santa Monica-Malibu Council of PTAs. No student will be allowed to attend class without full payment. Bank returned checks are subject to a $25 fee and will disqualify the student from the program until a cash payment is received. A non-refundable, nontransferable $6 per-student fee is charged when a credit card is used for payment. TUITION REFUND POLICY: Full refund less $25 handling fee if cancellation is received by May 30. NO REFUNDS AFTER MAY 30. Credit cards are accepted through June 9. CHILD CARE: Child Development Services will offer child care from 7AM to 8:30 AM and 12:30PM to 6PM daily. See attachment for fees and enrollment information, or visit the website: www.smmusd.org/CDS/index.html

FULL MORNING PROGRAMS AN ANIMAL A DAY! #10 K-1 Join our summer safari as we travel through oceans, jungles, forests and farms to meet an animal a day. We will practice letters and sounds, counting and patterns, and learn about animal habitats as we circle the globe to find some furry friends. On the way, we will explore reading, writing, math, science, social studies, cooking, sculpting, painting, puppets, and music to learn fun facts about the animal world! Materials fee: $15 Elayne Wetmore

8:30 AM – 12:30 PM CHICKA, CHICKA, BOOM, BOOM-ABC #30 K-1 Ready for more fun? Come join this summer and take part in delicious cooking, fun games, and many learning activities. We will practice letters, reinforce letter sounds, play math games, make crafts and build new friendships. We’ll also take a walking field trip to the local library. Ready, set, join! Materials fee: $10 Martha Vasquez

KINDERMASTERS #20 K-1 Not quite finished with Kindergarten learning? This is the class for YOU! Have fun with letters, sounds and review sight words. Make fun projects, kooky crafts and quicky snicky snacks. Literacy-rich activities, phonemic awareness, reading, writing and social science activity centers are part of the daily routine. Materials fee: $20 David Petrilyak NOTICE: THE TEACHER INDICATED AFTER EACH CLASS DESCRIPTION IS TENTATIVE AND ALL CLASS OFFERINGS DEPEND ON ENROLLMENT.


PERIOD I

8:30 AM – 9:40 AM

ART ELEMENTS #101 Grades 2-3 Experiment with the main elements of art: line, shape, color, value, and texture. Have fun and get creative drawing, designing, painting, and making collages! We will explore a range of art materials such as crayon, pencil, marker, watercolor, tempera paint, pastels, as well as work with a variety of papers. Materials fee: $20 Stephanie Neumann

HOW’D YOU DO THAT? #105 Grades 3-4 Crush a plastic bottle without touching it? Drop an egg without breaking it? Find out how by joining this exciting hands-on science class! Well use everyday household objects to learn many different and interesting concepts and facts about science! Materials fee: $15 Michael Donovan

CERAMICS #102 Grades 3-4 Students will have fun exploring art through clay using a variety of hand-building techniques. Students will learn to glaze and fire most of their work. Materials fee: $25 Davida Raffa

BASKETBALL FOR BEGINNERS #106 Grades 1-2 This class welcomes all beginners who want to learn the fundamentals of basketball by working on their skills through drills, learning to defend and scrimmaging amongst each other. You will also learn teamwork and good sportsmanship, plus stay fit at the same time. Materials fee: $10 Paul Kumasaka BRICKS 4 KIDZ #107 Grades 2-4 Bricks 4 Kidz classes provide an extraordinary atmosphere for children, where we learn, build and play…with LEGO bricks. You will be introduced to principles of engineering by constructing a new model every day based on exciting themes, from space to sports, amusement parks to animals and transportation to inventions. Bricks 4 Kidz teachers lead a discussion related to that day’s model, using materials designed by educators to teach STEM concepts across a variety of subject areas. Kids will learn about everything from gears, torque and friction, to geography, space exploration, and weather while they build and have FUN. Materials fee: $10 Autumn Moss-Peñaloza PARLEZ-VOUS FRANCAIS? #108 Grades 2-5 Parlez-vous Français? Alons-y! We’ll learn about the wonders of France through La Belle Langue. Together we will explore the food, music, places, and art of France while learning simple phrases and vocabulary to use in conversation. Materials fee: $25 Carl Avitia-Witt

MASTERPIECE ART #103 Grades 3-4 Get your paintbrushes ready! Come study the famous artists of our past. Learn their backgrounds and techniques that made them truly magnificent in our time. Students will put their talents to work, reproducing some of the greatest art pieces of all time. Students will study such artists as Picasso, DaVinci, Kadinsky, Monet, and many more. By the end of the class, students will have created an art portfolio of their own. There will be an emphasis on writing as well. Materials fee: $15 Lili Glassman

POETRY #104 Grades 3-5 You be the editor! The goal of this class will be to encourage the appreciation and experience of poetry. Students will pick a theme, read poems from established authors, and through choice build their own anthology to take home at the end. Students will have the opportunity to illustrate and do creative work within the project, with the final product going home with them at the end of the course. Materials fee: $15 Faron Isom

NOTICE: THE TEACHER INDICATED AFTER EACH CLASS DESCRIPTION IS TENTATIVE AND ALL CLASS OFFERINGS DEPEND ON ENROLLMENT.


PERIOD II ART ELEMENTS #201 Grades 2-3 Experiment with the main elements of art: line, shape, color, value, and texture. Have fun and get creative drawing, designing, painting, and making collages! We will explore a range of art materials such as crayon, pencil, marker, watercolor, tempera paint, pastels, as well as work with a variety of papers. Materials fee: $20 Stephanie Neumann HOW’D YOU DO THAT? #202 Grades 3-4 Crush a plastic bottle without touching it? Drop an egg without breaking it? Find out how by joining this exciting hands-on science class! Well use everyday household objects to learn many different and interesting concepts and facts about science! Materials fee: $15 Michael Donovan

SUMMER CHEFS #203 Grades 4-5 Learn to cook like the professionals. Students will participate designing and creating food fit for a restaurant. Some days they will cook and some days they will create art inspired by the regional cuisine. Materials fee: $60 Davida Raffa DRAMA #204 & #304 Grades 3-5 ********This is two period class******* Working with simple scripts, students will learn the basics of acting. Over the course of five weeks, students will perform skits and work on a short play, be expected to memorize their lines, learn some basics about working on stage – as well as performing for an audience. Materials fee: $15 Faron Isom

9:55 AM – 11:05 AM WELCOME ALL SOCCER PLAYERS #205 Grades 3-4 This class welcomes all beginning, intermediate and advanced players. Have fun interacting in skills drills, passing, dribbling and scoring lots of goals. Enjoy playing soccer while learning teamwork and sportsmanship, as well as getting some exercise. Materials fee: $10 Paul Kumasaka BRICKS 4 KIDZ #206 Grades 3-5 Bricks 4 Kidz classes provide an extraordinary atmosphere for children, where we learn, build and play…with LEGO bricks. You will be introduced to principles of engineering by constructing a new model every day based on exciting themes, from space to sports, amusement parks to animals and transportation to inventions. Bricks 4 Kidz teachers lead a discussion related to that day’s model, using materials designed by educators to teach STEM concepts across a variety of subject areas. You will learn about everything from gears, torque and friction, to geography, space exploration, and weather while they build and have FUN. Materials: $10 Autumn Moss-Peñaloza CARTOON MANIA #207 Grades 2-4 Jump into the world of wonder. Students will learn how to draw classic and modern day cartoon characters—from Bugs Bunny to Monsters, Inc. and many more in between. By the end of the class, students will have a portfolio of all their hard work. Materials fee: $10 Lili Glassman

FULL S.T.E.A.M AHEAD! #208 & #308 Grades 2-5 ********This is two period class******* Have you ever wanted to build a moon lander, program a robot, or create your own musical instrument? During this exciting and educational adventure we will learn how Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics are all interconnected. Both boys and girls will enjoy exploring a new theme each week by conducting science experiments, designing and testing ideas, finding answers to our questions, working through the engineering process, and creating artwork, as well as programming Lego robots and improving mathematical skills. Don’t miss the train and join us Full S.T.E.A.M. Ahead! Material fee: $25 Carl Avitia-Witt NOTICE: THE TEACHER INDICATED AFTER EACH CLASS DESCRIPTION IS TENTATIVE AND ALL CLASS OFFERINGS DEPEND ON ENROLLMENT.


PERIOD III ART ELEMENTS #301 Grades 3-4 Experiment with the main elements of art: line, shape, color, value, and texture. Have fun and get creative drawing, designing, painting, and making collages! We will explore a range of art materials such as crayon, pencil, marker, watercolor, tempera paint, pastels, as well as work with a variety of papers. Materials fee: $20 Stephanie Neumann

PLAY BALL #302 Grades 3-4 This intermediate class is for all basketball players wishing to polish their skills and wrap up the day with team scrimmages. Learn the value of teamwork, sportsmanship, skill drills and face strong competition while having fun. Materials fee: $10 Paul Kumasaka SUMMER CHEFS #303 Grades 4-5 Learn to cook like the professionals. Students will participate designing and creating food fit for a restaurant. Some days they will cook and some days they will create art inspired by the regional cuisine. Materials fee: $60 Davida Raffa DRAMA #204 & #304 Grades 3-5 ********This is two period class******* Working with simple scripts, students will learn the basics of acting. Over the course of five weeks, students will perform skits and work on a short play, be expected to memorize their lines, learn some basics about working on stage – as well as performing for an audience. Materials fee: $15 Faron Isom

11:20 AM – 12:30 PM BRICKS 4 KIDZ #305 Grades 4-5 Bricks 4 Kidz classes provide an extraordinary atmosphere for children, where we learn, build and play… with LEGO bricks. You will be introduced to principles of engineering by constructing a new model every day based on exciting themes from space to sports, amusement parks to animals and transportation to inventions. Bricks 4 Kidz teachers lead a discussion related to that day’s model, using materials designed by educators to teach STEM concepts across a variety of subject areas. You will learn about everything from gears, torque and friction, to geography, space exploration, and weather while they build and have FUN. Materials fee: $10 Autumn Moss-Peñaloza ART ALL AROUND US! #306 Grades 2-4 Explore the world of visual art! Learn about perspective, composition, balance, color and more as we create beautiful works for art using water colors, pastels, charcoal, origami and more! Materials fee: $15 Michael Donovan CARTOON MANIA #307 Grades 2-4 Jump into the world of wonder. Students will learn how to draw classic and modern day cartoon characters—from Bugs Bunny to Monsters, Inc. and many more in between. By the end of the class, students will have a portfolio of all their hard work. Materials fee: $10 Lili Glassman

FULL S.T.E.A.M AHEAD! #208 & #308 Grades 2-5 ********This is two period class******* Have you ever wanted to build a moon lander, program a robot, or create your own musical instrument? During this exciting and educational adventure we will learn how Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics are all interconnected. Both boys and girls will enjoy exploring a new theme each week by conducting science experiments, designing and testing ideas, finding answers to our questions, working through the engineering process, and creating artwork, as well as programming Lego robots and improving mathematical skills. Don’t miss the train and join us Full S.T.E.A.M. Ahead! Material fee: $25 Carl Avitia-Witt NOTICE: THE TEACHER INDICATED AFTER EACH CLASS DESCRIPTION IS TENTATIVE AND ALL CLASS OFFERINGS DEPEND ON ENROLLMENT.


APPLICATION Monday, June 15 – Friday, July 17, 2015 8:30 am – 12:30 pm (closed July 3)

WILL ROGERS LEARNING COMMUNITY STUDENT’S NAME

MALE

DATE OF BIRTH

FEMALE

GRADE IN AUG.

HOME SCHOOL

ADDRESS

AGE CITY

HOME PHONE

WORK PHONE

ZIP

CELL PHONE

EMAIL

Indicate the class number and title of your 1st and 2nd choices below (please note that some classes are full-morning classes). OFFICE USE ONLY

TIME

CHOICE

8:30-12:30 Full morning

1st

PERIOD I 8:30-9:40

1st

COURSE #

TITLE

ENROLLED

MATERIALS FEE

2nd

2nd

PERIOD II 9:55-11:05

1st

PERIOD III 11:20-12:30

1st

2nd

2nd

DEPENDING ON ENROLLMENT, SOME CLASSES MAY BE CLOSED. WE WILL MAKE EVERY EFFORT TO ENROLL YOUR CHILD IN THE CLASSES OF YOUR CHOICE.

AGREEMENT Please enroll my child in the Summer Adventure Program. Classes are offered subject to enrollment. Except when team taught, classes will be limited to no more than 25. Enrollment will continue until classes are full. Confirmation of classes will be sent to the student’s home address during the week of May 25. Credit cards are accepted through June 9. We charge $6 per student when a credit card is used for payment. TUITION REFUND POLICY: Full refund, less $25 handling fee, will be issued if cancellation is received by May 30. NO REFUNDS after May 30. Credit card fees are non-refundable. Materials fees are non-refundable and nontransferrable after May 30. No student will be allowed to attend class until full payment, including materials fees, has been received. Returned checks are subject to a $25 fee and will disqualify the student from the program until a cash payment is received. SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION: Scholarships are only considered for students enrolled in SMMUSD for August 2015. Scholarship prices apply to the full program; they are not pro-rated. Please submit a copy of your student’s free or reduced lunch eligibility notification letter with your registration form no later than May 22, 2015. For students not on free or reduced lunch, an application for reduced tuition may be requested from the Summer Adventure Office. Late applications will be accepted at the discretion of the Principal. SIGNATURE OF PARENT/GUARDIAN _____________________________________ PRINT NAME __________________________________ DATE ____________ PAYMENT INFORMATION: Cash, Check, MasterCard or VISA card. Payment of FULL AMOUNT is required at time of registration. Enclosed is my payment of $525 (if received after April 17) or $500 (if received by April 17) for full program

$

Enclosed is my payment of $385 for 2 classes / $200 for 1 class

$

Enclosed are the materials fees (must be paid with application)

$

Enclosed is my payment of $75 (free lunch students) or $200 (reduced lunch students), along with my student’s eligibility notification letter.

$

My student is not on free or reduced lunch, but I would like to apply for a scholarship. Enclosed is my deposit of $75.

$

I want to help by sponsoring a scholarship student. Enclosed is an additional

$

Credit card service fee of $6 per student, if applicable

$ TOTAL AMOUNT

CREDIT CARD PAYMENT (NO CREDIT CARD PAYMENTS AFTER JUNE 9, 2015): Name on card (print) Make CHECKS payable to: Santa Monica-Malibu Council of PTAs

MasterCard Card number

VISA

$

Expires:

Mail to: PTA Office/Summer Adventure 1651 16th Street, SM, CA 90404 (310) 450-8338 x70420

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Deposit received Full payment received Materials fee received Materials fee received Notes

Amount Amount Amount Credit card fee

PLEASE COMPLETE BOTH SIDES OF THIS APPLICATION OFFICE USE ONLY Check # Registered in childcare Check # Siblings registered Check # RF Confirmation sent Date


STUDENT EMERGENCY CARD THIS DOCUMENT MUST BE FILLED OUT COMPLETELY AND SIGNED

WILL ROGERS LEARNING COMMUNITY NOTE: If your child is absent OR you know in advance that your child will miss any SUMMER ADVENTURE days, please notify the office. Thank you. PLEASE PRINT ALL INFORMATION

STUDENT’S LAST NAME

STUDENT’S FIRST NAME

ADDRESS

MIDDLE INITIAL HOME PHONE CITY

ZIP

PARENT/GUARDIAN #1 NAME

DAYTIME PHONE

EVENING PHONE

EMAIL

PARENT/GUARDIAN #2 NAME

DAYTIME PHONE

EVENING PHONE

EMAIL

When parent(s)/guardian(s) cannot be reached, the office should contact and may release my child to the following: 1. NAME

ADDRESS

PHONE NUMBER

2. NAME

ADDRESS

PHONE NUMBER

List below (1) any medications being taken and when AND (2) any medical conditions, i.e., allergies, physical conditions. Please attach any additional information, if necessary. MEDICATIONS/WHEN

MEDICAL CONDITION

MEDICATIONS/WHEN

MEDICAL CONDITION

I do not give the SUMMER ADVENTURE staff permission to photograph my child during the summer activities, for publicity use only, by the Santa Monica-Malibu Council of PTAs and/or Santa Monica-Malibu Education Foundation. My child requires adult supervision in addition to the Summer Adventure teacher. I will provide an adult qualified to provide this supervision at no cost to Summer Adventure. I understand that the supervision aide I provide must be approved in advance by Summer Adventure and that the approval process requires fingerprinting, a criminal background check and documentation that the aide does not carry TB, among other requirements established by SMMUSD. The supervision aide must comply with Summer Adventure and SMMUSD policies at all times while present at Summer Adventure.

PARENT/GUARDIAN’S APPROVAL AND STUDENT WAIVER ____________________________________ has my (our) permission to participate in the SUMMER ADVENTURE program (the Name of child

“Program”), sponsored by the Santa Monica-Malibu Education Foundation (“SMMEF”) and the Santa Monica-Malibu Council of PTAs (“SMMPTA”), from June 15 to July 17, 2015, at Will Rogers Learning Community from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. daily. In consideration for my (our) child’s participation in the Program, I (we) assume all risks in connection with the child’s participation in the Program and agree to indemnify and hold harmless SMMEF, SMMPTA and the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District (“SMMUSD”) from any claims and liabilities arising out of my (our) child’s participation in the Program. I (we) hereby forever waive, release, and discharge SMMEF, SMMPTA, SMMUSD, California State PTA (collectively, the “Released Organizations”), and any or all of their directors, officers, members, trustees, agents, employees, volunteers, any and all participants, owners, lessors and operators of the premises, and each of them, from all liability, claims, causes of action, demands for any damage, losses or injury to the student, the student’s property, or parent’s property of any kind or nature (collectively “liability”), arising out of participation in, or attendance at, the Program, and/or the employees of said organizations, including but not limited to losses caused by the passive or active negligence of the Released Organizations, and/or the employees of said organizations; provided, however, this waiver, release and discharge shall not apply to liability that arises from the gross negligence or willful misconduct of the Released Organizations. I do hereby certify that to the best of my (our) knowledge and belief, my (our) child is in good health. In case of illness or accident, permission is granted for emergency treatment to be administered. It is further understood and agreed that the undersigned will assume full responsibility for any such action, including payment of costs. I (we) hereby advise that the above-named child has had the following allergies or medicine reaction(s) which could limit participation, or unusual physical condition(s) which have been made known to a treating physician and may limit participation (if none, please write the word “NONE”): ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 1. _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Signature of Parent/Guardian of Child Printed name of Parent/Guardian of Child Relationship to the Child Date 2. _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Signature of Parent/Guardian of Child Printed name of Parent/Guardian of Child Relationship to the Child Date


2015 PTA Summer Adventure Program Extended Day Child Care Registration Enrollment Options

□ Morning Only ( 7:00am-8:30 a.m.) □ Afternoon Only ( 12:30pm- 6:00 p.m.) □ Morning & Afternoon

$180.00 $645.00 $820.00

Fill in amounts below:

Requested School Site: ___ Franklin ( Check one ) ___ Point Dume ___ Rogers

Amount for program selected $________ + Registration Fee(if applicable) $_______ = Total Amount Enclosed $_______ __

Participant’s Name (Child’s) Last, First

Home School

Grade 2014/15

Address

City

Zip

Mother/Guardian

Father/Guardian

(

Home Phone Work Place & Phone Other number(s) (pager, cell, etc.) Doctor’s Name & Phone

( ( (

)

Home Phone

(

)

)

Work Place & Phone

(

)

)

Other number(s) (pager, cell, etc.)

(

)

)

Dentist’s Name & Phone

(

)

Please list any medications or allergies that concern your child: _______________________________________ If parents cannot be reached, we will only release your child to these LOCAL persons:

Name

Relationship

Address

Phone

1.

(

)

2.

(

)

3.

(

)

Field Trip and Permission The Extended Summer Day Care Program may include field trips and/or walking excursions. Date, time of departure/return, method of transportation and destination will be posted. The method of transportation for these will be school district buses or the Santa Monica ! Big Blue Bus." I understand that my child is to accept all rules and requirements governing conduct during each field trip or excursion. Pursuant to provisions of Education Code 35330. I hereby release the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District from all liability arising out of or in connection with the Extended Day Care Summer Program field trips. I give my permission for _________________________to participate in the field trips for the Extended Day Summer Program. In the event of an emergency, if I cannot be reached, I hereby give my consent for ___________________________________ to be transported to an emergency facility and to receive attention from a physician or dentist.. *_____________________________________ Parent/Guardian Signature

*________________________ Date


Child Development Services EXTENDED DAY CHILD CARE FOR CHILDREN ATTENDING THE 2015 PTA SUMMER ADVENTURE PROGRAM

Child Development Services will offer child care to all students attending The PTA Summer Adventure Program will be in Room 18 at Franklin Elementary, in Room (TBA) at Point Dum Elementary and in Bungalow 407 at Will Rogers Learning Academy. Child care will be open from 7:00-8:30a.m. and from 12:30-6:00p.m. every day of the program, beginning Monday, June 16 – Friday , July 17. (Child care will be CLOSED on Friday, July 3th). The child care program includes the following activities: arts and crafts, weekly trips to swimming pool, local trips, and enriching indoor and outdoor activities. Enrollment will be on a first- come, first- served basis, determined by the date your child’s registration is received. You may choose from these three enrollment options: Morning Only (7:00-8:30 a.m.) $180.00 Afternoon Only (12:30-6:00 p.m.) $645.00 Morning & Afternoon $820.00 There is a $50.00 non-refundable registration fee for all children who have not enrolled or re-enrolled in School Age Programs for the 15/16 school year. This payment must be paid by separate check. Please complete the attached registration form and submit it with your payment to: Child Development Services 2828 Fourth Street Santa Monica, CA 90405 Attn: Sharon Lee Payment Options: Checks, credit cards (Visa/Master Card/Debit) or money orders made payable to SMMUSD. No Cash Please Please write child’s Last & First name and Home School on memo line of your check/money order.

TOTAL FEES (Registration Fee and Tuition) DUE BY MAY 19th

IMPORTANT! TUITION REFUND POLICY: Full refunds (minus 15% processing fee) if withdrawn before May 19th. Partial refunds will only be given up to June 10th (minus 15% processing fee). No refunds after June 10th.

Questions: Contact Sharon Lee (310) 399-5865 Ext.79523

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