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ANNOUNCEMENTS Jogathon – Thanks to all those parents who organized and executed Edison’s annual Jogathon. This is one of our favorite activities of the year – fun, healthy, and raises a lot of money to support programs at our school! The students enjoy the fun of a day in the park – jogging, hopping, skipping, walking, crawling and moving any way they can to the beat of some fun tunes. It’s an event that’s impossible not to enjoy! Now its time to collect those Jogathon pledges and turn them in for eligibility for prizes! If You Change Your Phone Number or Address you must notify the front office so we can update your child’s emergency cards and records in Illuminate. Proof of a new address is required – a change of address from the DMV and a utility bill from your new address within the last 30 days. Facilities Updates: Installation of air conditioning and forced-air heading units for the classrooms has commenced, with the aim of installation by mid-April. Work also continues on schedule on the construction site, with underground plumbing, pumps and cisterns now installed. The footings for the staircases from the second storey have been dug and foundations are being poured. You can see the schedule on the windows near cafecito, on the office bulletin board, or by visiting http://fipcontractors.smmusd.org/edison-newconstruction.aspx Weekly site Facilities Committee meetings continue on Wednesday mornings at 7:45 am in the Community Room.     

Upcoming Workshops for Parents Yoga for the Family in Everyday Life, PTA AssociationELAC Meeting; March 18 –8:30 a.m School Smarts Academy – Mondays 8:30-10:00 am. Contact Yoly at (310) 828-0335 ext. 61-307. Developing Children’s Social Skills – March 25, 8:30 am Supporting Children Through Transitions and Building Resilliency – April 22, 8:30 am Ending the School Year – May 20, 8:30 am Reflective Parenting – en Español –10-week class in Spanish, on Tuesdays, beginning March 17 . Spaces are limited; contact school counselor Belveth Marroquin at (310) 828-0335, ext. 61-319.

FROM THE PRINCIPAL’S DESK: MARCH EVENTS March is a busy month at Edison. In addition to the daily teaching and learning taking place in our classrooms, we are continuing professional development work around writing to Common Core Standards, implementing some writing units from Teacher’s College, and visiting teachers using writers workshop at Roosevelt Elementary School. We’re also continuing to work on Cognitively Guided Instruction in math and helping students learn to navigate performance tasks (real world, multi-part math problems). We’ve just began a second round of academic intervention programs before and after school in grades K, 2, 3, 4 and 5. Thanks to Elizabeth Ipiña, Stefani Tovar, Vincent Alvarez, Emma Casillas, Virginia Johanna Brown, Alexandra Brandoli, and Geralyn Goodman for their work with these classes and to Aileen Salmaggi for shepherding and overseeing assessment in the afterschool classes. th We have several 5 grade projects coming to culmination this month – Young Storytellers, Mathletes, and the Fifth Grade Play. Young Storytellers The Big Show! will be held Wednesday, March 11 at 6:00 pm. th Ten 5 graders (applicants chosen by lottery) have been working 1:1 with professional writers to produce original short screenplays that will be brought to life by working actors on the Edison stage. All are welcome at this wonderful event. th 5 Grade Teacher Constanza Murcia has been coaching more th than 20 volunteer 5 graders who love math to participate in the Culver City USD Math Competition. All these “mathletes” have been training for a math competition on March 14 and six were chosen by lottery to represent Edison at the competition. ¡Buena Suerte! th Edison 5 graders are also working with our PS Arts Theater Teacher Martha Ramirez Oropeza to put final touches on their annual theatrical production. This year on March 26 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. they are performing Cambia Todo Cambia a bilingual play looking at theater through the ages. The play includes music and dance as well as drama and is an amazing production. Our theater program is supported by SMMEF’s Vision for Student Success. Please join us! Finally, our annual observance of the life and work of César Chávez to be held on Friday night, March 20 at 6:00 p.m. will showcase nd our 2 graders. They will be performing songs they have written in honor of Chávez during a six-week Songwriting Residency with music teacher Jacqueline Fuentes (Thank you VSS and SMMEF!) We also hope to have a report on Edison’s recent trip to Corazon de Vida in Ensenada. So many wonderful events this month – please come when you can! March 11 – Edison Site March 12 – Special ELAC Council Meeting 4:00-6:00 Meeting p.m. 8:30 a.m. 3-4-5 are preparing for the SBAC Community Room Community Room

March 30 – April 10 Spring Break No Classes

Teachers are continuing their visits to observe Writers Workshop instruction at Roosevelt Elementary School


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Caminata –Gracias a todos los padres quienes organizaron y ejecutaron la Caminata Anual de Edison. ¡Esta es una de nuestras actividades favoritas del año – divertida, saludable y recauda mucho dinero para apoyar programas en nuestra escuela! Todos los estudiantes disfrutan de la diversión de un día en el parque – trotando, saltando, caminando, gateando y moviéndose al ritmo de algunas canciones divertidas. ¡Es un evento que es imposible no disfrutarlo! ¡Ahora es tiempo de colectar los compromisos de la caminata y entregarlos para ser elegibles para premios! Si Ustedes Cambian Su Número de Teléfono o Dirección –ustedes deben avisar a la oficina principal para que podamos poner al corriente las tarjetas de emergencia de su hijo/a y sus archivos en Illuminate. Se requiere comprobantes de la nueva dirección – un cambio de dirección del DMV (Departamento de Motores y Vehiculos) y un cobro de utilidades de su nueva dirección dentro de los últimos 30 días. Informes de Instalaciones – La instalación del aire acondicionado y unidades de aire forzado para los salones ha comenzado, con la meta de la instalación para mediados de abril. Trabajo también continua en el horario del sitio de construcción, con tubería bajo tierra, bombas y tanques ya instalados. Los fundamentos de las escaleras en el segundo piso han sido excavadas y se está poniendo la fundación. Pueden ver el horario en las ventanas cerca del cafecito, en la pared de boletines en la oficina, o al visitar

http://fipcontractors.smmusd.org/edison-newconstruction.aspx Las reuniones semanales del Comité de Instalaciones continúan los miércoles por la mañana a las 7:45 am en el Salón Comunitario. Talleres Que Vienen para Padres  Yoga para la Familia en la Vida Diaria, Reunión de Asociación de la PTA-ELAC; 18 de marzo – 8:30 a.m.  Academia de Inteligencias Escolares – los lunes de 8:30 – 10:00 am. Comuníquense con Yoly en el (310) 828-0335 extensión 61-307.  Desarrollando Habilidades Sociales de Niños – 25 de marzo, 8:30 am  Apoyando a los Niños Con Transiciones y Creando Fortaleza – 22 de abril, 8:30 a.m  Terminando el Año Escolar – 20 de mayo, 8:30 am  Reflexiones Para Padres – en español – Una clase de 10 semanas en español, los martes, comenzando el 17 de marzo. Los espacios son limitados; comuníquense con la consejera de la escuela Belveth Marroquin en el (310) 828-0335, extensión 61-319

DEL ESCRITORIO DE LA DIRECTORA: EVENTOS DE MARZO Marzo es un mes ocupado en Edison. En adición a las enseñanzas diarias y aprendizaje llevándose a cabo en nuestros salones, estamos continuando trabajo de desarrollo profesional alrededor de escribir a las Normas Comunes Estatales, implementando unidades de escritura del Colegio de Maestros, y visitando a maestros usando el taller de escritores en la Escuela Primaria Roosevelt. Estamos continuando a trabajar en la Instrucción Guiada Cognitivamente en matemáticas y ayudando a los estudiantes aprender a navegar los deberes de presentación (problemas de matemáticas del mundo real y de múltiples partes). Acabamos de comenzar una segunda tanda de programas de intervención académica antes y después de clases en los grados K, 2, 3, 4 y 5. Gracias a Elizabeth Ipiña, Stefani Tovar, Vincent Alvares, Emma Casillas, Virginia Johanna Brown, Alexandra Brandoli y Geralyn Goodman por su trabajo con estas clases y a Aileen Salmaggi por guiar y supervisar los asesoramientos en las clases después de clases. Tenemos varios proyectos de 5º grado que llegan a su culminación este mes – Jóvenes Contando Cuentos, Mathletas, y la Obra de Quinto Grado. ¡El Gran Show de Jóvenes Contando Cuentos se llevará a cabo el miércoles, 11 de marzo a las 6:00 pm. Diez estudiantes de 5º grado (solicitantes elegidos por sorteo) han estado trabajando de 1:1 con escritores profesionales para producir obras originales cortas que se traerán a la vida trabajando con actores profesionales en la tarima de Edison. Todos son bien venidos a este evento maravilloso. La maestra de 5º grado Constanza Murcia ha estado entrenando a más de 20 voluntarios estudiantes de 5º grado a quienes les encantan las matemáticas para participar en la Competencia de Matemáticas de Culver City USD. Todos estos “mathletas” han estado entrenando para la competencia de matemáticas. ¡Buena Suerte! Los estudiantes de 5º grado también están trabajando con nuestra maestra de Artes de Teatro de PS Martha Ramírez Oropeza para ponerles los toques finales a su producción de teatro anual. Este año en el 26 de marzo de 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. ellos presentarán Cambia Todo Cambia una obra bilingüe mirando al teatro a través de las épocas. La obra incluye música y baile al igual que drama y es una producción sorprendente. Nuestro programa de teatro es patrocinado por la Visión para Éxito Estudiantil de SMMEF. ¡Por favor acompáñenos! Finalmente, nuestra observación anual de la vida y trabajo de César Chávez que se llevará a cabo el viernes, 20 de marzo a las 6:00 p.m. que presentará a nuestros estudiantes del 2º grado. Ellos estarán presentando canciones escritas en honor a Chávez durante una clase de seis semanas de escribir canciones con la maestra de música Jacqueline Fuente (¡Gracias VSS y SMMEF!) También esperamos tener un reporte sobre el paseo reciente de Edison a Corazón de Vida en Ensenada. ¡Hay tantos eventos maravillosos este mes – por favor vengan cuando puedan! 11 de marzo – Reunión del Concilio Escolar 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. Salón Comunitario

12de marzo – Reunión Especial de ELAC 8:30 a.m. Salón Comunitario

30 de marzo – 10 de abril Vacaciones de Primavera No Hay Clases


Edison Language Academy / Academia de Idiomas Edison Parent Teacher Association: Association Meeting & Parent Workshop PTA: Reunión de la Asociación y Taller para Padres Wednesday / Miércoles, Mar. 18, 2015, 8:30 a.m. Room 208/Salón 208 AGENDA / ORDEN DEL DÍA 8:30 a.m.

Call to order / Llamado de inicio

Item 1 Tema 1

Approve minutes from previous association meetings Aprobar acta de las últimas reuniones

Item 2 Tema 2

PTA president’s report (Juanita Devis) Informe de la presidente de la PTA

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Nomination Committee presents nominations for 201516 PTA Board (Carolina Vila) Nombramientos para la Junta Ejecutiva del PTA 20152016

Tema 3

Item 4 Tema 4

9:30 a.m.

Speaker: Lina Navia, Yoga for the Family in Daily Life (Parent Workshop) Invitada: Lina Navia, Yoga para Toda la Familia en la Vida Diaria (Taller para Padres) Adjourn / Clausura


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Come get to know us!

JAMS warmly invites you to attend our March 12, 2015, Parent Orientation  Come get your questions answered! The evening will include an opportunity to interact with staff members, parents, and current students. Where: JAMS Cafeteria When: Thursday, March 12, 2015 Time: 6:30 pm Upcoming Dates to note: Mar 12 5th grade parent orientation Apr 23 JAMS Open House 7p.m. (5th grade families welcome to tour classrooms) June 8-12 Pacific Blue Music Camp—info at www.pacificbluemusiccamp.com (Aug 3-7) (Summer Institute—for 7th and 8th grade Science Magnet Students only) Aug 10-11 6th grade Science Camp for Grant, Muir, and students new to SMMUSD Aug 12-13 6th grade Science Camp for Rogers, Edison, and SMASH Aug 14 Registration Aug 20 Start of 2015-2016 School Year (all dates subject to change)

¡Llamando a TODOS los Padres de 5º Grado!!!


¡Vengan a Conocernos!

JAMS tiene el gusto de invitarlos a participar de nuestra Orientación para Padres el martes, 12 de marzo, 2015  ¡Venga para que nosotros les contestemos sus preguntas! El evento incluirá una oportunidad de interactuar con miembros del personal escolar, padres y actuales estudiantes. Lugar: Cafetería de JAMS Fecha: Jueves, 12 de marzo, 2015 Hora: 6:30 pm Próximas fechas para tener en cuenta: 12 de marzo Orientación para los padres de 5º grado 23 de abril Casa Abierta de JAMS 7p.m. (las familias de 5º grado están bienvenidas a visitar los salones de clases) 8-12 de junio Pacific Blue Campamento de Música—información a www.pacificbluemusiccamp.com (3-7 de agosto) (Instituto de Verano—Solamente para los estudiantes de Ciencias Magnet de 7º y 8º grado) 10-11 de agosto Campamento de Ciencias de 6º grado para Grant, Muir, y estudiantes nuevos 12-13 de agosto Campamento de Ciencias de 6º grado para Rogers, Edison, y SMASH 14 de agosto Registración 20 de agosto Comienzan las clases del año escolar 2015-2016 (Todas las fechas están sujetas a cambios)


Edison Language Academy

Noche de César Chávez Friday, March 20, 2015 – viernes, 20 de marzo 6:30 – 8:00 p.m.

Honoring the life and work of César Estrada Chávez Honrando la vida y trabajo de César Estrada Chávez Program/Programa: 

2nd Grade Vocal Concert/ Concierto por los alumnos de 2ndo grado o Presenting original works written during a six-week songwriting residency with Jacqueline Fuentes/ Presentando canciones originales escritas durante un programa especial de seis semanas con Maestra Jacqueline Fuentes

Presentation from the Corazon de Vida Service Project / Presentación sobre el proyecto de servicio en Corazón de Vida, Baja California #####

*Second grade students please report to the cafeteria at 6:00 p.m. Los alumnos de Segundo grado deben presentarse en la cafetería a las 6:00 p.m.


Grupo de Reflexión para Padres Para padres de niños de edades 5 - 11 años Martes por la mañana 8:45-10:15a.m.

Este taller innovativo de 10 semanas ofrece a los padres un modelo, que considera el comportamiento de los niños como algo significativo. El grupo se centrará en temas específicos como el temperamento, la disciplina y la regulación emocional. Tambien, se enfocara en el desarrollo de una comprensión de los pensamientos y sentimientos que son la base de sus interacciones con su hijo. Esta capacidad, para reflexionar sobre su propia experiencia y la de su hijo, es esencial para la crianza efectiva. La investigación ha demostrado que el desarrollo de esta capacidad es una forma valiosa para ayudar a los padres a fortalecer las relaciones con sus hijos y apoyar el desarrollo cognitivo, social y emocional saludable.

Metas del grupo…  Fortalecer las habilidades de padre/madre  Nuevas maneras a pensar del comportamiento de sus niños/niñas  Estrategias efectivas para manejar comportamiento difícil El grupo comenzara Martes 17 de Marzo de 8:45 – 10:15a.m. Por 10 semanas en la escuela Edison Language Academy Gratis para padres de niños que asisten McKinley, Muir, y Edison Para registrar, o para mas informacion, llamar a: Belveth Marroquin, MSW (310) 828-0335 ext. 61319


Registration begins February 4, 2015 Youth Office at Reed Park 1133 7th Street, Santa Monica, CA 90403 I Phone (310) 458 8540 I Fax (310) 451 3569 Online registration: www.smgov.net/reserve • Website: www.smgov.net/crest

Registration begins February 4, 2015 Youth Office at Reed Park 1133 7th Street, Santa Monica, CA 90403 I Phone (310) 458 8540 I Fax (310) 451 3569 Online registration: www.smgov.net/reserve • Website: www.smgov.net/crest


Join Camp Santa Monica this spring! Activities include mind-stretching science and innovative art activities, organized outdoor challenges as well as interactive local trips. Participants will explore local nature habitats and uncover how fun learning can be in the outdoors!

Santa Monica Sports Experience A unique camp for boys and girls who enjoy sports, action-packed tournaments and organized games. Our goal is to stimulate sportsmanship in youth of all athletic abilities. Whether it’s learning a new sports skill or participating in a specialized sports class, your child will look forward to a new sports challenge every day!

Water Adventures

Camp Locations:

Splash into spring break by spending the week at CSM’s Water Adventures. Learn to surf, boogie board and swim! Highly energetic staff will teach participants about water safety. Dip into organized water play at local beaches and pools. All skill levels are welcome! Sunscreen is required.

Santa Monica Sports Experience/ Camp Santa Monica John Adams Middle School 2425 16th Street Santa Monica, CA 90405 Water Adventures Lincoln Middle School 1501 California Avenue Santa Monica, CA 90403

SCHEDULE / PRICES Weekdays: Full-Day Camp: 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM $200 residents per week $220 non-residents per week Extended Care available: 7:00 AM - 8:30 AM & 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM $35 per week FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

Available to qualifying residents and non-residents if attending SMMUSD schools. Moderate to low-income families are encouraged to apply!

Christine Emerson Reed Park is served by Big Blue Bus Lines No. 2. The park is wheelchair accessible and welcomes persons of all abilities. For special accommodations, please contact 310.458.8540 or TTY 310.917.6626.

Join Camp Santa Monica this spring! Activities include mind-stretching science and innovative art activities, organized outdoor challenges as well as interactive local trips. Participants will explore local nature habitats and uncover how fun learning can be in the outdoors!

Santa Monica Sports Experience A unique camp for boys and girls who enjoy sports, action-packed tournaments and organized games. Our goal is to stimulate sportsmanship in youth of all athletic abilities. Whether it’s learning a new sports skill or participating in a specialized sports class, your child will look forward to a new sports challenge every day!

Water Adventures

Camp Locations:

Splash into spring break by spending the week at CSM’s Water Adventures. Learn to surf, boogie board and swim! Highly energetic staff will teach participants about water safety. Dip into organized water play at local beaches and pools. All skill levels are welcome! Sunscreen is required.

Santa Monica Sports Experience/ Camp Santa Monica John Adams Middle School 2425 16th Street Santa Monica, CA 90405 Water Adventures Lincoln Middle School 1501 California Avenue Santa Monica, CA 90403

SCHEDULE / PRICES Weekdays: Full-Day Camp: 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM $200 residents per week $220 non-residents per week Extended Care available: 7:00 AM - 8:30 AM & 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM $35 per week FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

Available to qualifying residents and non-residents if attending SMMUSD schools. Moderate to low-income families are encouraged to apply!

Christine Emerson Reed Park is served by Big Blue Bus Lines No. 2. The park is wheelchair accessible and welcomes persons of all abilities. For special accommodations, please contact 310.458.8540 or TTY 310.917.6626.


Community Classes Office 1450 Ocean Ave, Santa Monica, Ca. 90401 (310) 458-2239

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DATES

March 30 – April 3 April 6 – April 10

TIMES

9:00 am –1:00 pm 9:00 am –1:00 pm

AGES 4 – 10 4 – 10

PARK

AIRPORT AIRPORT

CAMP FEE: Santa Monica Residents - $198.00 / Non-Residents - $228.00 FEE INCLUDES: Socceropolis T-shirt and Soccer Ball LOCATION: Airport Park / 3201 Airport Ave. (corner of Airport & Bundy) REGISTRATION LOCATION: Community Classes Office / 1450 Ocean Ave. REGISTER VIA EMAIL: communityclasses@smgov.net (Print, Sign, Scan & email) REGISTER BY FAX: (310) 899-0840 (Print, Sign, & Fax) REGISTER ONLINE: www.smgov.net/reserve If you are paying by CHECK – Please make checks payable to: THE CITY OF SANTA MONICA If you are paying by CREDIT CARD (Amex – Visa – MasterCard – Discover) Cardholder Name: ___________________________________ Cardholder Signature______________________________ Card #__________-__________-________-___________ Expiration Date: ______/_______ Total Amount: ___________ Waiver, Release and Assumption of Risk In consideration of the applicant’s participation in the above activity, I waive and release all claims for damages for death, personal injury, or property damage that may occur as a result of engaging in that activity. This discharges in advance the City of Santa Monica, its employees and other agents from liability even though that liability may arise out of their negligence. I know that this activity involves a risk of accidents, and I willingly assume the risk. This waiver, release and assumption of risk are binding on my heirs and assigns. I give permission for any medical care that the leaders of the above deem necessary. I hereby consent to the photographing, recording or reproduction in any other manner (including use of videotapes and audiotapes) of the likeness, voice and/or activities of my child and further authorize the City of Santa Monica, its agents or assigns, to make unlimited use of such reproductions, including, but not limited to broadcasting to the public of the reproductions over radio and television stations. I understand that I will not receive any monetary compensation, now or in the future, for participating. I do hereby release and hold harmless the City of Santa Monica, its officers and employees, from any claims. I have read and understand the refund policy.

Parent Signature________________________________Date________________________ (Please type or print clearly) Clamp Session#____________________________ CHILD’S NAME_____________________________ M____ F____ DOB ______________ AGE______ Street Address_________________________________ City_________________ State______ Zip___________ Home Phone #_____________________ WORK #_____________________ CELL #_________________________ Parents Names________________________________________________ Parent DOB ______________________

Parents Email_________________________________________________________________________________

WWW.SOCCEROPOLIS.COM


BE PART OF A TEAM

2015 Spring Season Youth Basketball League SANTA MONICA FAMILY YMCA

Co-ed teams for ages 5 - 14

Skill Based Divisions

Each  

  Saturdays or Sundays. Games will be held on team will practice once       or twice a week on a weekday.

Once all teams are formed a game schedule will be available with the first games beginning in April and the last games in June. Divisions are based on skill level. Scholarships are available.

We need volunteer coaches and paid game officials!! REGISTER ONLINE TODAY: HTTPS://WEB3.TRINEXUM.COM/hub/SANTAMONICA

Important Dates (Evaluation Required only for players who did not play winter) Skills Evaluations Ages 5-6: Monday April 13th-5:30-7:00 pm Skills Evaluations Ages 7-8: Tuesday, April 14th-5:00-6:00 pm Skills Evaluations Ages 9-10: Tuesday, April 14th-6:30-7:30pm Skills Evaluations Ages 11 and over: Wednesday, April 15th-6:00-7:30 pm Make-up Evaluations All Ages: Thursday, April 16th-5:00-6:30pm th Mandatory New Parent’s Meeting: Thursday, April 16 -7:00-7:30pm @ the Y

For More Information Contact: Peter Arbogast, Youth Basketball Coordinator (310) 393-2721, ext. 137, ysports@ymcasm.org, www.ymcasm.org

SANTA MONICA FAMILY YMCA, 1332 6th St., Santa Monica, CA 90401  


2015 Spring Youth Basketball League Participant Information Child’s Name:

Member#:

Birthday:_____/_____/_____Age:____ Grade: Uniform Information: Height:

Sex:

School:

Weight:_______ Shirt Size:

Address:

City:

Guardian Information Parent/ Guardian Name:

Shorts Size:

Zip:

Phone #:_________________

Address:

City:

Zip:

Email Address:__________________________________________________________ Parent/ Guardian Name: Phone #:_________________ Address:

City:

Zip:

Email Address:__________________________________________________________

Emergency Contact

Relation to participant:

Name:

Phone #:____________________________Phone #____________________________  We no longer accommodate players wishing to be on the same team, nor specific practice date requests Are there days on which your child CANNOT practice________________________________________

Ages Ages Ages Ages

5-6 7-8 9 – 10 11 - 14

Members  $95  $95  $95  $95

Non-Members  $160  $160  $160  $160

All payments are final and no refunds will be given after April 16, 2015. If you cancel before April 16, 2015 there is a $25 processing fee. Refunds will be given if not enough players sign up for a division, although some age groups may be combined differently. If you have not paid prior to April 16, 2015, your child will not be selected on a team and may not participate this season.

Payment Method: Card #:

Cash

Check

Credit:  Visa  AMEX  Master  Discover Exp. Date:

Total to Charge: $

Signature:___________________________________________________Date:_____________

For More Information Contact: Peter Arbogast, Youth Basketball Coordinator (310) 393-2721, ext. 137, ysports@ymcasm.org, www.ymcasm.org

SANTA MONICA FAMILY YMCA, 1332 6th St., Santa Monica, CA 90401  

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