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ANNOUNCEMENTS NOROVIRUS UPDATE – It has been really tricky to eliminate this virus on our campus. Our numbers drop and then rebound. We continue with extra cleaning, handwashing, and restrictions on activities. Please report all absences to Kathy Fargnoli (ext. 61348) and keep children home for 48 hours after their last symptoms. Please do not come to campus yourself if you have had symptoms in the last 48 hours. POTENTIAL PARKING RESTRICTIONS – The City is considering a request from neighborhood residents to make all the streets around Edison zoned for residential permit parking. You can provide feedback by emailing transportation.planning@smgov.net, writing to City of Santa Monica, Mobility Division, 1685 Main Street, Room 115, Santa Monica, CA 90407-2200, and/or by attending a public hearing at the Pico Branch Library – Community Room this Wednesday, March 29 from 6:30 to 8:30 pm. MARK YOUR CALENDARS: th 5 Grade Ballroom Dance Showcase – will culminate in a showcase for parents on Thursday, April 20 at 10:45 am. In the Edison Cafeteria. Young Storytellers The Big Show! – 10 fifth graders are finishing their screenwriting workshop their scripts performed by working actors on Tuesday, April 18 at 6:00 pm. In the Edison Cafetorium st Noche de Cesar Chavez – April 21 at 6:30 – nd come for dinner, and choral concerts from our 2 rd th grade classes and the 3 -4 grade chorus. Edison Jogathon – Wednesday, April 26, 9:00 -11:30 am – Information in the Wednesday packet. Start collecting pledges now and get ready to run. Parents, we need lots of volunteers that morning to help tally the laps that kids run. Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast – Wednesday, April 26, 8:15-9:00 am. Linger at dropoff for breakfast and let us thank you for all the wonderful ways that parents and community volunteers help support our Edison programs. th 4 Grade Theater Performances –La Gran Carpa Edison will be performed for parents are at 8:30 am or 2:00 pm on the following dates: Ms. Brumer’s class on Monday April 24, Mr. Nepomuceno’s class on Tuesday April 25, and Ms th Maiztegui’s class on Friday, April 28 .

FROM THE PRINCIPAL’S DESK: NEEDED -- PARENT LEADERS FOR THE 2017-18 PTA BOARD

Our wonderful 2016-17 PTA Executive Board is coming to the end of its term and the PTA Nominating Committee is looking for parents who will step into leadership roles for 2017-18. Some of our current PTA Board members are parents of 5th graders and will be leaving the school. Others are termed out in their current positions. Some are willing and able to stand for re-election. But it’s also time for some new people to join the board and move us forward to next year. The Edison PTA is very important organization. It provides an important forum for parents to meet together and supports parent education and leadership development. PTA organizes signature community events like Fall Festival, Valentine’s Dance and fundraisers like the Jogathon, family dinners at school events, movie nights, and the Corazon de Vida Project. And as a non-profit organization, PTA turns most of the funds that it raises into grants that directly benefit our students. PTA funds extra instructional supplies for teachers, field trips, assemblies, some of our key on-line learning programs, before-school intervention, before and after school drop off supervisors, physical education equipment, etc. Please consider stepping up and becoming part of the PTA Executive Board. When we all wait for someone else with more time or more experience to step forward, we end up with key positions being unfilled. Please contact Maria Loya (mloyadlt@gmail.com) or Lori Orum (lorum@smmusd.org) before spring break if you’d like to nominate yourself or someone else.


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INFORMES DEL NOROVIRUS - Ha sido muy difícil eliminar el virus en nuestra escuela. Nuestros números bajan y luego vuelven a subir. Continuamos con limpieza extra, lavando manos, y restricciones en actividades. Por favor reporten todas las ausencias a Kathy Fargnoli (extensión 61-348) y mantengan a los niños en casa por 48 horas después de su último síntoma. Por favor no vengan ustedes a la escuela si han tenido síntomas dentro de las últimas 48 horas. RESTRICCIONES POSIBLES DE ESTACIONAMIENTO - La ciudad está considerando una petición de los residentes de la vecindad de hacer que todas las calles alrededor de Edison sean zonas para estacionamiento residencial de permiso. Ustedes pueden ofrecer sus opiniones mandando un correo electrónico a transportation.planning@smgov.net, escribiendo a City of Santa Monica, Mobility Divisiion, 1685 Main Street, Room 115, Santa Monica, CA 904072200, y/o asistiendo a un audiencia pública en la Biblioteca Pico – Salón Comunitario este miércoles, 29 de marzo de 6:30 a 8:30 pm. MARQUEN SUS CALENDARIOS: PRESENTACIÓN DE BAILE DE SALÓN DEL 5º GRADO - se culminará en una presentación para los padres el jueves, 20 de abril a las 10:45 am. En la cafetería de Edison. ¡EL GRAN SHOW DE JÓVENES CONTANDO CUENTOS! - 10 estudiantes de 5º grado están terminando su taller de escribir guiones. Sus guiones serán actuados por actores profesionales el martes, 18 de abril a las 6:00 pm en la cafetería de Edison. NOCHE DE CÉSAR CHÁVEZ - el 21 de abril a las 6:30 – vengan a cenar, y conciertos corales de nuestras clases de 2º grado y del coro del 3º y 4º grado. CAMINATA DE EDISON - el miércoles, 26 de abril, de 9:00 – 11:30 am – información en el paquete del miércoles. Comiencen a colectar promesas ahora y prepárense para correr. Padres, necesitaremos muchos voluntarios ese día para ayudar a marcar las vueltas que corroan los niños. DESAYUNO DE APRECIO DE VOLUNTARIOS el miércoles, 26 de abril de 8:15 – 9:00 am. Quédense un poco después de dejar a sus hijos para el desayuno y permítanos agradecerles todas las maneras maravillosas en las cuales los padres voluntarios y voluntarios de la comunidad ayudan apoyar a los programas de Edison. PRESENTACIONES DE TEATRO DEL 4º GRADO - La Gran Carpa de Edison será presentadas para los padres a las 8:30 am o a las 2:00 pm en las siguientes fechas: la clase de Maestra Brumer el lunes, 24 de abril, la clase de Maestro Nepomuceno el martes, 25 de abril, y la clase de Maestra Maiztegui el viernes, 28 de abril.

DEL ESCRITORIO DE LA DIRECTORA: SE NECESITAN – PADRES LÍDERES PARA LA MESA DIRECTIVA DE LA PTA DL 2017 - 2018

MUCHAS MANOS ALIVIANAN EL TRABAJO Nuestra maravillosa Mesa Directiva Ejecutiva de la PTA del 2016 – 2017 está llegando al fin de su plazo y el Comité de Nominaciones está buscando a padres quienes tomarán papeles de liderazgo para el 2017 – 2018. Algunos de los miembros de la Mesa Directiva presente son padres de estudiantes de 5º grado y se van de la escuela. Otros han cumplido con los plazos en sus puestos presentes. Algunos están dispuestos y disponibles para ser reelegidos. Pero también es tiempo para que algunas personas nuevas se unan a la mesa directiva y nos muevan hacia adelante el próximo año. La PTA de Edison es una organización muy importante. Provee un foro importante para padres para reunirse y apoyar la educación de padres y desarrollo de liderazgo. La PTA organiza eventos comunitarios claves como el Festival de otoño, el Baile de San Valentín y recaudaciones de fondos como la Caminata, cenas familiares en eventos escolares, noches de películas, y el Proyecto de Corazón de Vida. Y como una organización no lucrativa, la PTA convierte la mayoría de los fondos que recauda en becas que benefician directamente a nuestros estudiantes. La PTA paga materiales extras de instrucción para los maestros, paseos, asambleas, algunos de nuestros programas claves de internet, intervención antes y después de clases, supervisores antes y después de clases, equipo de educación física, etc. Por favor considere tomando el paso y convertirse en parte de la Mesa Directiva Ejecutiva de la PTA. Cuando todos esperamos que alguien más con más tiempo o más experiencia se ofrezca, terminamos con puestos importantes vacantes. Por favor comuníquense con María Loya (mloyadlt@gmail.com) o Lori Orum (lorum@smmusd.org) antes de las vacaciones de primavera si le gustaría nominarse a usted mismo o a alguien más.


PTA NOMINATIONS FOR 2017-2018 WE NEED YOUR HELP TO IDENTIFY NEXT YEAR’S PARENT LEADERS. PTA Executive Board 2017-18 Term Please HELP us! We need your help with recruiting parents for the positions listed below. If you would like to share your nominations or have any questions, please contact Maria Loya at mloyadlt@gmail.com or Lori Orum at lorum@smmusd.org

Nomination Timeline: April 19th @ 8:30 AM

PTA Association Committee Meeting: Present slate of nominations. Slate of nominations remains open for additional nominations.

May 17th @ 8:30 AM

PTA Association Committee Meeting: Members vote on slate of nominations.

July 1st

Elected board members assume their positions.

We are actively looking for suggestions of people for the following positions: 1) President Lead PTA toward goals set by its members. The president is the presiding officer and the official representative of the association.

2) Vice President The Vice President will serve as an aide to the president. If the President cannot perform his/her duties, the Vice President will perform the duties of the president.

3) VP Community Integration Director of Community Integration, including Hospitality Coordinator, State Exam Snacks, Welcome Coffee, Back to School Night, Kinder Welcome Picnic & Tour, School Tours, School Beautification Days, Community Clean-up, New-Family Friends, School SMARTS Program, Corazon de Vida and is responsible for facilitating communication and fostering sense of community for the diverse groups of families at Edison.

4) Financial Secretary Records all incoming checks and makes bank deposits 5) Parliamentarian Helps the board follow the defined California State PTA bylaws and helps create and maintain current set of bylaws and helps create the nomination committee.

6) Historian Keeps official record of volunteer hours and events and provides official annual statement to the board and State PTA.

7) Treasurer Works closely with President, EVP and Bookkeeper on preparing monthly financial reports as required by the board and State PTA.

8) SMMEF Representative: Will act as a representative of Edison PTA at the PTA Council and SMMEF to promote giving and support for the activities and programs that benefit our students.


COMITE PARA NOMINACIONES PARA PTA 2017-18 NECESITAMOS SU AYUDA PARA IDENTIFICAR A LOS LÍDERES DE PADRES DEL PROXIMO AŇO. Junta Ejecutiva del PTA 2017-18 Por favor, ayúdanos! Necesitamos su ayuda para formar el grupo para el próximo año. Por favor, póngase en contacto con Maria Loya por mloyadlt@gmail.com o Lori Orum por lorum@smmusd.org respecto a su nominación o cualquier pregunta. 19 de abril @ 8:30 AM 17 de mayo @ 8:30 AM 01 de julio

Reunión de Asociación PTA : Anunciar nominaciones. Nominaciones de candidatos queda abierto. Reunión de Asociación PTA: Los miembros votan. los miembros del consejo elegidos asumen sus cargos.

Estamos buscando sugerencias de las personas para las siguientes posiciones: 1)

Presidente Maneja el grupo hacia los objetivos establecidos por sus miembros. El presidente es el representante oficial de la asociación.

2)

Vice presidente El vicepresidente se desempeñará como ayudante del Presidente. Si el Presidente no puede realizar sus funciones, el Vicepresidente realizará las funciones del Presidente.

3)

VP para Integración de Comunidad incluyendo Coordinador de hospitalidad, Bocadillos durante Exámenes Estatales, Café de bienvenida (Cafecito), Noche de Regreso a la escuela, Picnic de bienvenida del Kindergarten, Recorridos en la escuela, Día de Embellecimiento Escolar, Limpieza de la comunidad, Amigos de las Nuevas familias, Programa de Inteligencias Escolares, Corazón de Vida, Responsable de facilitar la comunicación y fomentar sentido de comunidad entre las familias que hablan español

4)

Secretario de Finanzas Llevar registro de todos los cheques y hacer depósitos bancarios.

5)

Parlamentario Ayuda a que la junta siga las reglas establecidas por la PTA Estatal y ayuda a crear y mantener las reglas actuales; ayuda a formar el comité de nominaciones.

6)

Historiador Mantiene un registro oficial de las horas de voluntariado y eventos y ofrece un resumen anual a la junta directiva y la PTA Estatal.

7)

Tesorero Trabaja en colaboración con el presidente, vicepresidente ejecutivo y contador en la preparación de los informes financieros mensuales como es requerido por la junta directiva y la PTA Estatal.

8)

Representante de SMMEF: Actuará como representante de la PTA de Edison en el Consejo de la PTA y SMMEF para promover la donación y el apoyo para las actividades y programas que benefician a nuestros estudiantes.


Spring Break April 3-14

April 2017

SMMUSD-Elementary Lunch Menu Prepay online at www.myschoolbucks.com

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

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Pasta w/ Meat Sauce

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Fresh Green Salad w/Cherry Tomatoes Aloha Roll Pear 19

Fresh Romaine Salad cup w/ Cherry Tomatoes Sliced Apples Pizza de queso de Corteza Delgada

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Grilled Cheese Sandwich

Baked Mini Corn Dogs

Baked Chicken

Fresh Baby Carrots w/Low Fat Ranch Dressing Peaches

Green Beans Banana

Mash Potatoes w/gravy Aloha Roll Apple

*Menu Subject to Change Pizza Friday! Big Daddy Cheese Pizza

Pasta con salsa de carne

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School Resumes April 17th

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Taco Salad Boat w/ Seasoned Turkey Meat

Tasty Refried Beans Pineapple Tidbits

Fresh Green Salad w/ Cherry Tomatoes Frozen Fruit Cup

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Peritos Caleintes Empanizados

Sandwich de Queso a la Parrilla

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Pollo al Horno

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Pizza de Queso de Big Daddy

Tostada con Carne de Pavo

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Vegetarian Options: 4-17-21 -Quesadilla 4-24-28- Grilled Cheese Sandwich Fridays- Cheese Pizza

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

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Bosco Cheese Sticks

w/Marinara Sauce Kiwi

Palitos de Queso con Salsa Marinara

Cheeseburger on Whole Grain Bun

Brunch For Lunch French Toast

Baked Potato Smiles Strawberries

Turkey Sausage Patty Tater Tots 100% Juice

Hamburguesa con Queso

Palitos de Pan Frances

Menus & Food & Nutrition Info can be found on our website at www.smmusd.org/foodservice

Chicken Fajita Tostada Boat

Pinto Beans Apple Slices

Fajitas de Pollo

Suggestions or questions, email: fns@smmusd.org

Pizza Friday! Big Daddy Cheese Pizza Cheese Pizza

Fresh Green Salad w/Cherry Tomatoes, Pineapple Tidbits

Pizza de Queso en Pan Frances

This Institution is an Equal Opportunity Provider

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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


HARVEST OF THE MONTH Health and Learning Success Go Hand-in-Hand: Eating nutrient-rich foods like fruits and vegetables can help children do better in school. With Harvest of the Month, you can set a positive example and put your child on the road to health and learning success. Healthy Fun Facts and Serving Ideas:

Strawberries ---When ripe, strawberries are bright red, juicy and very sweet.   

The strawberry, a member of the rose family, is the only fruit with seeds on the outside. And on average, there are 200 seeds on each berry Eight strawberries will provide 140 percent of the recommended daily intake of Vitamin C Strawberries are eaten in a number of different ways including fresh, dried, as a jam, or in a drink *For more ideas visit:www.cachampionsforchange.net *

2-Week Cycle Elementary Breakfast Menu

Cycle Date

Menu is Subject to Change without notice

Cycle 1 Apr. 17-21

Coffee Cake Or Cereal w/Graham Crackers

Biscuit w/Sausage Or Cereal w/String Cheese

Breakfast Pizza Bagel Or Cereal w/Graham Crackers

Oatmeal w/Graham Crackers Or Cereal w/String Cheese

Zucchini Bread Or Cereal w/Graham Crackers

Cycle 2 Apr. 24-28

Banana Bread Or Cereal w/String Cheese

Belgian Waffle Or Cereal w/Graham Crackers

Breakfast Pizza Bagel Or Cereal w/String Cheese

French Toast Sticks Or Cereal w/Graham Crackers

Build Your Own Yogurt Parfait Or Cereal w/String Cheese

Offered with Every Breakfast: Assorted 4oz juice, fresh, or canned. Milk Offered Daily: 1% or 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


WWW.PROJECTSCIENTIST.ORG At Project Scientist we’re fostering today’s scientists who will lead the world in solving tomorrow’s greatest challenges! Our promise is to educate, coach, and advocate for GIRLS with an aptitude, talent, and passion for science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). If you believe your daughter would benefit from a community of like-minded GIRLS that enjoy exploring through the sciences and celebrating their accomplishments, then Project Scientist is a place just for her! Surrounded by brilliant and passionate STEM teachers, professors, and professionals, your daughter will be inspired and provided the tools to reach her highest potential.

PROVIDE YOUR DAUGHTER WITH A SUMMER EXPERIENCE THAT LASTS A LIFETIME! A summer program on University Campuses where GIRLS are immersed in STEM, learning from a tailored curriculum facilitated by highly skilled and credentialed educators, participating in exciting hands-on experiments and field trips, and daily interactions with female role models from a variety of STEM fields. WHO: Girls ages 4–12 WHAT: A week-long and full-time day camp filled with STEM activities, weekly field trips, and female STEM role-models!

WHEN: June–August. All day! 9–5! WHY: Have fun; build confidence and interest in STEM!

REGISTER: Visit projectscientist.org!

“Deep Sea Divers”: Oceanography, geology, nautical engineering, and aquatic ecosystems “Sports Medicine”: Body systems, sports injury prevention and care “Mythbusters”: Physics and chemistry behind occurrences and phenomena

WHERE: USC, Caltech, UCI/Concordia University

CONTACT: Visit www.projectscientist.org or contact Alyssa at 704-313-9118, info@projectscientist.org

SUMMER 2017 THEMES

“Designing Your World”: Engineering meets urban planning while designing new communities “Space Explorers”: Earth’s systems and space transportation “Coding and Makerspace”: Coding, wearable tech, game creation, and robotics

SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER TO KEEP UP-TO-DATE ON ALL PROJECT SCIENTIST INFORMATION! SIGN-UP AT WWW.PROJECTSCIENTIST.ORG OR FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA! Please be advised that this event or promotion is not sponsored by the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District and is not part of any school program or curriculum. No District personnel will be present to supervise students who attend this event or promotional activity. The District does not endorse this event or promotion and has not approved or qualified the vendor(s) involved in the advertised activity.

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WWW.PROJECTSCIENTIST.ORG En Project Scientist estamos fomentando a las científicas de hoy que guiarán al mundo en los mayores desafíos. Nuestra promesa es educar, entrenar, y abogar por las MUCHACHAS con una aptitud, talento, y pasión por la ciencia, la tecnología, la ingeniería y las matemáticas (STEM). Si usted cree que su hija se beneficiaría de una comunidad de niñas que disfrutan explorando a través de las ciencias y la celebración de sus logros, entonces Project Scientist es un lugar sólo para ella! Rodeada de brillantes y apasionados profesionales y profesores de STEM, su hija sera inspirada y proporcionada con las herramientas para alcanzar su potencial más alto.

PROVEA A TU HIJA CON UNA EXPERIENCIA DE VERANO QUE DURE UNA VIDA! Un programa de verano en los campus universitarios donde las NIÑAS son inmersas en STEM, aprendiendo de un currículo adaptado y facilitado por educadores altamente cualificados y con credenciales, participar en emocionantes experimentos prácticos y excursiones, y las interacciones diarias con modelos femeninos de una variedad de profesiones STEM. QUIEN: Las niñas de 4 a 12 años QUÉ: Un campamento semanal de tiempo completo lleno de actividades STEM, excursiones semanales y profesionales femeninos STEM! DÓNDE: USC, Caltech, Universidad UCI/Concordia

“Deep Sea Divers”: Oceanografía, geología,ingeniería náutica y ecosistemas acuáticos “Medicina Deportiva”: Sistemas corporales, prevención de lesiones deportivas y cuidado “Mythbusters”: Física y química detrás de las ocurrencias y fenómenos “Diseñando tu Mundo”: Ingeniería cumple con la planificación urbana mientras diseñan nuevas comunidades

CUANDO: Junio-Agosto. ¡Todo el dia! 9-5! POR QUÉ: Diviértete; Construir confianza e interés en STEM! CONTACTO: Visite www.projectscientist.org o contacte Alyssa al 704-313-9118, info@projectscientist.org REGISTRATE: ¡Visita projectscientist.org!

TEMAS DEL VERANO 2017

“Space Explorers”: Sistemas de la Tierra y transporte espacial “Codificación y Makerspace”: Coding, tecnología wearable, creación de juegos y robótica

¡REGÍSTRATE PARA NUESTRO BOLETÍN DE INFORMACIÓN PARA MANTENER ACTUALIZADA TODA LA INFORMACIÓN DE PROJECT SCIENTIST! INSCRÍBASE EN WWW.PROJECTSCIENTIST.ORG O SÍGUENOS EN MEDIOS SOCIALES! Por favor, tenga en cuenta que este evento o promoción no es patrocinado por el Distrito Escolar Unificado de Santa Monica-Malibu y no es parte de ningún programa escolar o plan de estudios. No habrá personal del distrito para supervisar a los estudiantes que asistan a este evento o actividad promocional. El Distrito no aprueba este evento o promoción y no ha aprobado o calificado al vendedor (s) involucrado (s) en la actividad anunciada.

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Summer 2017 Basketball Camps

SMC SMC CO-ED CO-ED

BASKETBALL

9:30 am – 3:00 pm

June 19 – 22

July 17 – 20

Fundamentals Camp (Monday – Thursday)

Advanced Scoring and Ball handling Camp

June 26 – 29

(Monday – Thursday)

Ballhandling and Shooting Camp

July 24 – 27

(Monday – Thursday)

Ball handling and Shooting Camp

July 10 – 13

(Monday – Thursday)

CAMPS Summer 2017

Shooting Academy (Monday – Thursday)

All camps are for boys and girls ages 6 – 17.

• $220 for returning campers • $250 for new campers

Santa Monica College 1900 Pico Boulevard Santa Monica, CA 90405

$100.00 per

BASKETBALL CAMPS SANTA MONICA COLLEGE

Register online at: www.smcbasketballcamps.com Contact us: (310) 434 -­ 3559 Email at: coachstrongbasketball@yahoo.com

Register online: smcbasketballcamps.com


Camp Camp Director Director Lydia Strong is the founder and director of the Santa Monica College Basketball Camps. is in her 33rd year of coaching. She has run successful camps and basketball leagues at SMC and is looking forward to a Spring and Summer of fun!

Expected Camp Day 9:30

Gym opens

10:00 Roll Call, Warmup and stretching 10:20 Competitive games and Station work

Message from Coach Strong:

11:20 Half and Full court play

“We have a lot of fun activities, drills, contests, games and competition planned for our campers. Our camp staff has either coached or played at every level and I’m thrilled to have a former NBA player leading our camp as well. Our goal is to ensure that each camper takes something positive away from our camps. We will teach age appropriate skills and practice both fundamental and advanced skills every day and hope to challenge each camper to build the skills, confidence and love of the game of basketball.”

Noon Lunch 12:45 Roll Call, Warmup and stretching 1:00

Competitive games and Station work

1:30

Half and Full court play

2:30

1 on 1; 2 on 2; 3 on 3 tournament

3:00

Camp Ends

Skills Taught Taught •

The teaching progression takes into account age and skill differences

Listening skills

Develop confidence, love of the game, and improve your individual skills

Footwork

Defensive techniques

Stance and closeouts

Setting and using screens

Passing and receiving

Ball and helpside defense

Shooting instruction

Live ball moves and layups

Game competition to enhance skills

$220 for returning campers $250 for new campers Online registration is available for all camps. Contact us at:

www.smcbasketballcamps.com

SANTA MONICA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT BOARD OF TRUSTEES Dr. Andrew Walzer, Chair; Barry A. Snell, Vice Chair; Dr. Susan Aminoff; Dr. Nancy Greenstein; Dr. Louise Jaffe; Dr. Margaret Quiñones-­Perez; Rob Rader; Laura Zwicker, Student Trustee; Dr. Kathryn E. Jeffery, Superintendent/President

Spring Break Edition  

PTA Nominations, April Menu, Project Scientist, SMC Basketball

Spring Break Edition  

PTA Nominations, April Menu, Project Scientist, SMC Basketball

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