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MarketWalk Townhomes Now Available MarketWalk opened its doors for a ‘sneak preview’ to residents and friends in July before officially opening its doors to the public. Over 400 people showed up to tour the models during that first opening weekend. If you haven’t stopped to tour the model, don’t miss the opportunity to see these unique properties while you have the chance.

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Escape to Double Peak Park If you haven’t been to the new Double Peak Park yet, you don’t know what you’re missing. Now accessible by car, it is an easy escape any time of the day. Whether it is watching the sunset or enjoying the 360degree panoramic views, Double Peak is an amazing new addition to our community. On any given day between sunrise and sunset, you’ll find people up there – playing, picnicking, hiking, and even biking.

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A Healthy Return to School It’s that time of the year again.  That’s right - back to school!  Aside from the usual things to worry about like school clothes and supplies, there’s also the issue of overall health and school safety.

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Editor’s Corner It’s Not Too Late!

Aug 5  WISE

It’s August! It’s crazy how time flies! Maybe it’s

of fun summer things you can enjoy this month: Del

‘summer is almost over’ panic. Most of us start the sum-

in the Park, Free Movies in the Park throughout the

Maybe you were going to read that novel. Maybe you

the libraries. Try a new restaurant, hike a new trail, or

were going to hit the beach every day. Maybe you were

backyard and watch time slow down.

spontaneous backyard BBQs with friends. We always

with the first day of school on August 31, that means

unrealistic expectations. Summer just isn’t long enough

ute to review your summer ‘list of promises.’ Find three

starting to creep up on you….that feeling of dread….the

Mar Racetrack & Free Friday Concerts, Carlsbad Jazz

mer with a long list of promises to ourselves or our kids.

area, Moonlight Theater in Vista, the beach, the parks,

planned to tackle some projects at home. Maybe you

just plan a day where you can sit in the shade in your

going get more exercise. Maybe you were going to have

Yes, the end of summer lurks around the corner, but

have the best of intentions, but we also tend to have to get everything on our wish list accomplished.

So, consider August your second chance. Grab your

calendar and block out a little bit of time to achieve your summer goal or just block out some time so you can

you still have a full month to get into gear. Take a min-

things you haven’t done yet and make them happen this month. You have plenty of time. It’s not too late and

it will make you feel so much better when fall comes around just knowing you had your summer fun.

be more spontaneous with your plans. There are lots

San Elijo Hills Women’s Club The San Elijo Hills Women’s Club Wine & Cheese fundraiser in July was a huge success. The event brought together old and new friends while also raising money for Women’s Empowerment International. A special thank you to Carol Clause for hosting, Brian Bird for wine donations, members who contributed wine & food, and Martha Kaloogian and her committee for putting it all together. Thank you also to everyone who attended to help make this event such a success.

Soccer Season is Upon Us! San Elijo now has a competitive soccer team - the GU11 San Elijo Nomads. The San Elijo Nomads is a team comprised entirely of local girls who have made the transition to play competitively in 2009. The team has been training at San Elijo Middle School since March, and is looking forward to their first league game in their inaugural season on September 12. San Elijo residents and team parents, Mark Baena, Chris Fitzsimmons, and Eugene Baena formed the team. As coaches they are happy to point out the advantages of bringing competitive soccer into the community. The main advantage being less commuting to practice, which provides more time for training where the emphasis is placed on Proper Skills, Technique, Teamwork, and Overall Fitness! The team has also been very active in the community with fundraising. You may have received a packet of business flyers on your door, or bought a raffle ticket for their July 31 draw to win a Nintendo Wii and more fantastic prizes! All fundraising proceeds help pay for players training kits and tournament fees.

Women in San Elijo (WISE) meets on the first Wednesday of every month from 9 -11 am here in San Elijo Hills. Shawna Allard 800-KNOWING.

Aug 6 & 20 Book Mobile The San Diego County Library Book Mobile will be at the Visitor’s Center parking lot from 4-6 pm on Thursday, August 6 and 20.

Aug 11 San Elijo

Hills Women’s Club The San Elijo Hills Women’s Club meets the second Tuesday of the month at 7 pm. The August meeting will be a FAMILY PICNIC on Sunday, August 9!  In addition, plans are underway for a  poolside movie night  in September, a white elephant auction in November, Holiday Party in December, and a FASHION SHOW FUNDRAISER for International Rescue Committee on October 11.  Julie Wells, President SEHWC (760) 798-1818 juliewellsseh@yahoo.com.

Aug 17 Lake San

Marcos Art League The Lake San Marcos Art League meets on the third Monday of each month over near Lake San Marcos. San Elijo Hills artists are encouraged to attend. Shar (760) 761-0755

Aug 15 San Elijo Car

Club The San Elijo Car Club meets on the third Saturday of each month near the fountain in the Town Square at 9 am. Ted St. Martin thestmartins@cox.net (760) 798-4869

The team is still looking for 2 players. If your daughter has a love for soccer and would like to try out, please contact head coach Mark Baena at (760) 290-3586 or mark@nomadssoccer.org. Thanks for your support!

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You’ve probably noticed the recent increases in your water bill. You’ve started to see notices in your mailbox, your billing statements and your HoA statements. A level 2 Drought has been declared and All Vallecitos customers (that includes everyone living here in San elijo Hills) are required to adhere to a new set of mandatory water restrictions. Please be aware of the following conservation actions and make sure you are in compliance to avoid any penalties.

Scrapbooking Club The San elijo Scrapbooking Club meets on the third Thursday of the month at 7 pm at Cheryl meyer’s house, 1517 brookside Court in Sagewood. They will noT be meeting in August, but will be back on schedule in September. Cheryl meyer (760) 798-1628 cheryl_meyer@cox.net.

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LUNA Moms Club and Stroller Strides Interested in connecting with other moms? Join the local lunA moms Club every Friday at 10 am at the lower Tot lot (by the water feature). nita marquez nitamarquez@hotmail.com.

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Link Networking Dinner The Heart link network is a relaxed dinner/networking gathering for women. They meet on a Tuesday evening each month from 7 to 9:30 pm here in San elijo Hills. Attendance is limited to 24 and membership is not required. $20 a person includes dinner. Shirley benton (760) 744-7244

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Running Club The San elijo running Club meets at 8 am every Sunday at Questhaven Park for a challenging but enjoyable run through the streets and trails of San elijo Hills and elfin Forest. beginners to seasoned athletes are welcome. Times and locations are subject to change so be sure to send a blank email to ncrunningclub-subscribe@ yahoogroups.com to be added to the announcement list. Dax ross Dax@larsenglobal.com (760) 473-5261

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Double Peak Park is now my favorite spot in San Elijo Hills. If you haven’t been there yet, you don’t know what you’re missing. I’ve enjoyed the trails in San Elijo Hills for years – especially the ones that have you climbing to the top of a hill - but Double Peak Park is accessible by car which makes it an easy escape any time of the day. In fact, I find myself looking for an excuse to drive up there several times a week at sunset, just to take in the views, clear my mind and gain a little perspective. The 360-degree panoramic views are amazing – the ocean, Mt. Baldy, San Jacinto Peak and the Palomar and Cuyamaca mountains. The Park sits at the end of Double Peak Road. Just turn off of San Elijo Road to Double Peak and start climbing your way up. When you get to the top, you find plenty of parking and a great place to simply clear your mind or to begin a great day of hiking. The park sits 1,644 feet above sea level. It’s a 230-acre park, most of which is open space. The 15 acres devoted to amenities includes: • Sheltered and open picnic areas • A 65-space parking lot • A sectioned teeter-totter • A 75-seat amphitheater • About nine miles of trails • Caretaker’s home • Restrooms The park celebrated its grand opening at the end of June. On any given day between sunrise and sunset, you’ll find people up there – playing, picnicking, hiking, and even biking. Kids love climbing on the play equipment and adults enjoy the breath-taking views. In fact, you’re not likely to find views like these anywhere in North County and to think it’s all sitting right here in our backyard! Get out and enjoy it! It’s the perfect spot to bring people visiting you this summer. Pack a picnic and give your guests a tour of San Diego from the top. Or leave your guests at home and head up there by yourself for a few peaceful moments and a new perspective. See you there!

Alto Saxophone & Music Stand for Sale Do you have a student starting in band this year? Local San Elijo Hills family has an alto saxophone that is in mint condition. Purchased brand new for about $2000. Selling it now for $800. If interested, call (760) 798-2201.

Mandatory Conservation Actions Effective Now residential and commercial landscape irrigation will be limited to no more THAn THree DAYS per week (not assigned days), and no more than once a week from november through may. (excludes commercial growers and nurseries). Irrigation using sprinklers will be limited to no more THAn 10 mInuTeS per watering station per day. (Systems using water-efficient devices are excluded). Irrigate only before 10 a.m. and after 6 p.m. Stop washing down pavements, including sidewalks, driveways, parking lots, tennis courts or patios. Prevent water waste associated with inefficient landscape irrigation, as well as flows onto non-targeted areas such as nearby properties, hardscapes, or roadways. use a hand-held hose equipped with a positive shut-off nozzle or bucket to irrigate landscapes not connected to an automatic system. Stop operation of ornamental fountains, unless re-circulated water is used. Wash vehicles using a bucket and hand-held hose with positive shut-off nozzle, mobile high pressure/low volume wash system or at a commercial site that re-circulates water onsite. Serve and refill water in restaurants only upon request. offer guests of commercial lodging the option of not laundering towels and linens daily. repair all water leaks within 72 hours of notification by the Vallecitos Water District. use recycled or non-potable water for construction purposes when available. For more information on the drought restrictions, contact Vallecitos’ Conservation office at (760) 7440460 or go to www.vwd.org.

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on your doorstep What to Do After School If you’re looking for a quality way to keep your middle school student busy and engaged after school, you don’t have to look any further than right here in the neighborhood. San Elijo Middle School is an official charter site for Boys & Girls Club of San Marcos. The program starts right after school on campus and it runs until 6 p.m., Monday through Friday. Whether you need supervision for your child until you get home from work or maybe you just want your child involved in an activity or sport a couple days a week, either way, the Boys & Girls Club is a great option. The program started at SEMS last year with about sixty members. This year the program will expand and they are looking forward to a variety of ways they will be responding to the needs and specific interests of the kids involved in the program. If you aren’t already familiar with Boys & Girls Club, their core program centers around five areas: Sports/Fitness/Recreation, Health/Lifestyle, Education/Career, Character/Leadership and the Arts. Kids get to select from various programs depending on their interests. Every day after school,

they start with a one hour homework tutorial, then after snack the program time begins. This year the program will expand with more tie-in to what’s happening on campus during the school day. For example, Chinese classes which are offered during the school day will be available. The Club will also tie-in with school fundraisers helping support programs offered on campus during the school day. They also expect to participate in more community service projects as SEMS students are very interested in actively participating in community service. Boys & Girls Club always has an emphasis on fitness and health, promoting and teaching kids about the importance of physical activity and food choices. The program will keep its costs the same this year. Scholarships are also available to those who qualify. Discounts are always available for early registration and your child can register for a week, a month, a semester or the entire school year. As a parent, you are also welcome to volunteer. If you’re looking for a simple way to spend some quality time with your child and demonstrate giving back, this can be a great way to do that. Your child doesn’t have to be idle hanging out at the fountain or in front of Albertsons for hours after school. Instead, they can be actively involved in something that is positive, healthy, and fun. It’s good for your family, your kids and the community at large. Check out Boys & Girls Club of San Marcos at San Elijo Middle School today. Registration opens on August 3 and registration materials are available on the SEMS website (www.sanelijomiddle.org) as well as the Boys & Girls Club website (www.boysgirlsclubsm.org) or call (760) 471-2490.

MarketWalk Townhomes Now Available August 1 marks the grand opening of MarketWalk, the 12 townhome residences in the Towncenter. MarketWalk opened its doors for a ‘sneak preview’ to residents and friends in July before officially opening its doors to the public. Over 400 people showed up to tour the models during that first opening weekend. If you haven’t stopped to tour the model, don’t miss the opportunity to see these unique properties while you have the chance. MarketWalk townhomes range from approximately 1,200 to 2,746 square feet and prices range from the $300,000s to the $700,000s. Two of the townhomes (the ones facing toward Village Square on Elfin Forest Rd) are three-story homes. Owners of these two units there will have the option of using their first floor as retail space. The MarketWalk townhomes follow three styles: Italian, Colonial and Loft. The motifs are reflected both architecturally and in the interior finishes. The homes feature two to four bedrooms and 2.5 to 3.5 baths and boast fantastic features and upgrades. Each unit has high ceilings and large

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windows which create a feeling of spaciousness and draw in the natural light. Amenities include stylish stainless steel appliances and full-size stacked washer/dryer combinations on the bedroom level and sumptuous master suites with spacious walk-in closets. Exterior amenities include private entry courtyards and gated parking with private two-car garages and storage bays. Hometown Realty is the listing agent of the properties. They are open daily from 10 am to 5 pm with agents on site to answer questions and provide tours. For more information, contact them at (760) 798-1784 or visit www.hometownsanelijohills.com. The separate retail spaces below the townhomes are wrapping up and businesses will be opening there over the next couple months. Some of the tenants include: Dexter’s Deli, Postal Annex, Windmill Cleaners, French’s Color Nails & Spa, Hometown Realty, Visitor’s Center, and Frozen Yogurt.

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Summer Road Work Continues

A comprehensive road maintenance project which began in mid-July will continue this month. The maintenance includes asphalt repairs and sealcoat application, which together help improve our roads and ensure their longevity (think pothole prevention). This work is done during the summer because the sealcoat dries faster in warmer weather, which helps to shorten unavoidable roadwork delays. • Delays are expected and motorists are advised to use alternate routes if possible. • Traffic alert updates will be posted on the City Web site during the maintenance. • Work is planned on Woodland Parkway, Mulberry Drive, Mission Boulevard and Linda Vista Drive. Several select residential streets will also be affected. • Work will take place Mondays through Fridays from 7 am to 3:30 pm with the possibility of some night and weekend work. The project is expected to be completed in mid-September. Contact the City’s Public Works Department at (760) 752-7550 for more information about the project.

Summer Concert Series Wraps Up

The final two shows of the City’s 9th Annual “Summer Concerts in the Gardens” series will take place on August 29 and September 12 at the Wood House, 1148 Rock Springs Road. Country band Southbound Jonny will headline the August show and the September show will feature Sinatra tribute singer Gilbert Gauthier. The concerts begin at 7:30 pm and all ages are welcome. Bring low back beach chairs or blankets for picnic seating. Desserts and non-alcoholic beverages will be available for purchase. Parking is free. Tickets may be purchased at the door or in advance at the San Marcos Community Center. Prices are $5 presale, $7 at the door.

Get Involved with the General Plan Update

Earlier this year the City Council approved a comprehensive update of the City’s 30-year-old General Plan. Now we’re asking for residents to get involved and help chart the future of San Marcos. The General Plan

Preschoolers program now enrolling Raggedy Ann & Andy Preschoolers Program is a recreational enrichment program for children 3 - 5 years old offered by City of San Marcos Community Services. The program focuses on socialization skills with an introduction to academic concepts. Five sessions are offered throughout the year: Fall, Holiday, Winter, Spring & Summer.  Children learn social skills while participating in arts & crafts, storytelling, outdoor play and learning fun. Classes are held at the San Marcos Community Center and San Elijo Recreation Center from 9 am – 12 noon or from 1 – 4 pm on Mon., Wed., Fri. or Tues., Thurs. Please call (760) 744-9000 or go to www.san-marcos. net for more information.

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www.san-marcos.net Get the latest news on your City.  Visit and save in your favorites the San Marcos City Home page www.san-marcos.net. Once there, follow the navigation bar for “I want to….” and here’s just some of what you’ll find there. Auto Updates Sign up to receive automatic email notices for San Marcos Council and Commission meetings, road closure updates,

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Advisory Committee – or GPAC for short – is a citizens’ advisory committee that will help guide development of new policies for the new General Plan. • The committee will be appointed by the City Council and will include a diverse group of community representatives. Some seats will be dedicated to community stakeholders such as the Chamber of Commerce, Cal State San Marcos, Palomar College, the Economic Development Corporation and the senior citizen community. • The GPAC will also include eight members from the community-atlarge to represent each of the City’s neighborhoods. In addition to the GPAC members, alternates will also be appointed to the committee. • Residents interested in becoming involved with the San Marcos General Plan update process are encouraged to apply for a seat on the GPAC. Detailed information and applications, due by September 21, 2009, are available at www.san-marcos.net. • Appointments to the GPAC will take place in the fall. There are seven planned meetings of the GPAC of the two-year General Plan update process. For more information on the General Plan update, please call (760) 744-1050, ext. 3231 or visit www.san-marcos.net. Public input is a critical part of updating the General Plan. Your involvement, whether it is volunteering to serve on the GPAC or simply attending the meeting to add your voice to the process, will greatly improve the Plan and help chart the right course for the future of the City of San Marcos.

Free Outdoor Movie The City of San Marcos will be presenting the movie Disney’s Enchanted at here in the neighborhood at San Elijo Park on Saturday, August 22 beginning at dusk. Beach chairs or blankets are recommended for lawn seating. Pre-show activities including food concessions start at 6 pm.  For further information, call (760) 744-9000 or visit www.san-marcos.net.

Free Outdoor Beatle’s Tribute concert What a fun way to close out summer. The City of San Marcos will be presenting a free concert with HELP! A Beatle’s Tribute Band at Hollandia Park, 12 Mission Hills Ct. on Saturday, August 15 starting at 6 pm.  Beach chairs or blankets are recommended for free lawn seating. Food and non-alcoholic beverages will be available for purchase.  For further information, call (760) 744-9000 or visit www.san-marcos.net.

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out and about TGIF Jazz in the Parks It’s not too late to enjoy summer concerts in the park with Carlsbad’s TGIF Jazz in the Parks. The final three concerts will be this month at Calavera Hills Park (2997 Glasgow Drive). Concerts begin at 6 pm and end at 8 pm. Free shuttle service will operate between 4:30 and 9 pm from Hope Elementary School, 3010 Tamarack Drive and from Calavera Hills School, 4100 N. Tamarack Drive at College Avenue. August 7 - The Screamin’ Primas - Jump Jive Swing Louis Prima, the Rat Pack-vintage entertainer whose voice is still heard in Italian restaurants to this day, also wrote the swing-era classics “Sing, Sing, Sing” and “Jump, Jive and Wail.” And who can forget Louie and Keely Smith’s version of “That Old Black Magic?” This eightpiece tribute band is no pale imitation, capturing the energy, emotion and excitement of Prima’s late 1950s Las Vegas Night Club show via live re-creations performed in the original Louis Prima style.

August 14 - Tinsley Ellis - Electric Blues Guitarist and singer-songwriter Tinsley Ellis brings his fast-moving, high-energy, guitar-drenched urban-style blues to TGIF for his first appearance here after wowing fans all over the world. Whether he’s out with his own band or sharing stages with The Allman Brothers, Robert Cray or Widespread Panic, no one’s better at igniting a crowd than combustible Tinsley Ellis. August 21 Coco Montoya - Rockin’ Blues Over his 30-year career, guitarist and vocalist Coco Montoya’s explosive guitar playing and soul-driven voice have propelled him to the upper reaches of the blues-rock world. Montoya performs non-stop at clubs, concert halls and major festivals all over the world, serving up mind-bending guitar licks and impassioned vocals.

Del Mar Races & Summer Concert Series Gather up your friends and head to Del Mar to enjoy the final days of summer. The Race Track is open until September 9. Tickets may be ordered online or by phone at (858) 792-4242. Free Friday Concerts start right after the last race of the day. The schedule for August includes: The Airborne Toxic Event (8/7), Common Sense (8/14), Pinback (8/21), Super Diamond (8/28), Pete Yorn (9/4). Infield Concerts also take place on Saturdays and include: The Flaming Lips with Stardeath & the White Dwarfs (8/15), Steel Pulse (8/22), Bob Marley Roots, Rock, Reggae Festival w/ Special Guest (9/6).

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people in your neighborhood Meet the Heap Family Phil and Tina Heap moved to San Elijo Hills in 2004 from Vista. They now live in the Waterford neighborhood. In fact, they have a lot of family here in San Elijo Hills. Since their move, Tina’s mom, brother and step-dad moved to Promontory Ridge and Phil’s sister moved to Mariners Landing. Phil was originally from Los Angeles and Tina and her family are from Virginia. Phil is an electrician with Davies Electric. He volunteered on the Special Events Committee in our community for a while. In fact, his company is the one that often provides generators for our events here in San Elijo Hills. He also enjoys watching USC football when not busy with work and family. Tina worked in the mortgage industry until their son Colton was born. Tina is now a stay-at-home mom. She and Colton keep busy visiting our local theme parks, beaches, parks and playing with friends. Colton is an active little two year old and keeps his mom busy. As a family, the Heaps love going to the Zoo, spending time in their backyard, swimming and hanging out with neighbors. When Colton was born, about twelve other kids were born around the same time within just a few blocks of each other which means Colton has a lot of neighborhood friends. Phil and Tina love that Colton gets to grow up in such a great environment surrounded by friends. They love San Elijo community events and try to participate in all of them, except for movie nights in the park which are past Colton’s bedtime. You will most frequently see the Heap family enjoying the convenience of

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shopping at Albertson’s or out walking their two pugs. The Heap house has a reputation for attracting all of the lost dogs in the neighborhood. On a number of occasions a lost dog has shown up and the Heaps have taken them in until they find their owner. If you ever lose your dog near Waterford, you might want to check their house first! .

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ELEMENTA ELEMENTARY ARY

school news

Community Achieving Results for Everyone Principal : Lynda Mcdonell The learning community within San Elijo Hills cares for its students by seizing opportunities to serve as volunteers in a variety of capacities. Any day of the week you will see adults volunteering in classrooms, parking lots and crosswalks, playgrounds and staff workrooms. You will also see parents serving in leadership positions on the School Site Council, PTO and English Acquisition Council. With additional cuts to the education budget, parents often ask, “What can we do to help our students?” This next school year the CARE, Community Achieving Results for All, team will be another opportunity for volunteerism at SEES.

The teachers at SEES will be focusing on Growth for All as they work in their grade levels to support the learning of each student. As concepts are taught and assessed, teachers will work collaboratively to ensure that those students who have acquired mastery are challenged while those not yet at standard receive adequate interventions. This is where the CARE team comes in to play. The CARE team is a collaborative effort between staff and parents to fill the intervention gap while assisting all students within the learning community. If you like to work with small groups of students on academic tasks, if you would like the opportunity to watch students gain confidence, or you like to assist learners in applying analytical skills to problem solve, CARE may be for you. Interested parents will be trained to support teachers in specific areas of the curriculum or simply become more confident classroom helpers. More information and an opportunity to complete an online survey can be found on our website at www.sanelijoelementary.org under Volunteer Opportunities on our homepage. CAREing is another way to SOAR at SEES.

Message from the PTO President Hello San Elijo Families, I want to start out by thanking everyone for the terrific 2008-2009 school year! Teachers, parents, local businesses in our community all pitched in to create a very successful year for our school. The PTO is very aware that in today’s economic climate it has been very difficult for many people to donate much money, but we saw people digging deep and donating what they can, including their time. Through everyone’s efforts we were still able to fund instructional aides for several classes, a music teacher, technology assistant for our computer labs and a science lab teacher for this coming school year. I would like to thank the entire 2008-2009 PTO Executive Board for their continued dedication to San Elijo Elementary School and setting up so many wonderful events during the school year. We were lucky to have such a great group of parents volunteering their time! We look forward to another exciting and fun year at SEES! - Charles Zahl After an election period, our 2009-2010 PTO Executive Board members are listed to the right:

San Marcos High School Band Physicals An athletic clearance booklet with a medical screening is required for all sports and marching band students.  You may go to your own doctor or you may come to our Band Physical day on August 15 from 9am to noon in the Band Room.  Several of our band parents who are doctors or licensed nurse practitioners are donating their time and expertise.  We ask for a $20 donation to the band general fund.   Bring your Blue Athletic Clearance book with the parent info filled out.  You will turn it in with your transportation fee on the 2nd day of band camp to the administration office. pag e 14 : th e fou n ta i n

Charles Zahl – President Kathy Gallagher and Kim Isbell – Treasurer Kristy Sumner - Secretary Karen Morton - VP Fundraising Events Michelle Winstead and Liz Ka - VP Fundraising Programs VP Corporate Sponsorships (Position is open. Please contact czahl@aol.com if interested.) Jax Schluederberg and Robin Rafferty - VP School Spirit Debbie Schwalbe and Heather Dorny - VP Room Parent Coordination Craig Hobart - VP Communication Tatiana Walton and Michele Zamora - VP Volunteer Coordination

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EVENTS aug 24 PTO Board Meeting - 6 pm in the Community Room. PTO meetings are open to everyone! aug 27 Kindergarten Orientation – 3 pm for AM Kindergarten/4:30 pm for PM Kindergarten. aug 31

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sept 4 Welcome Back Chat - After Flag Salute, join Principal Lynda McDonell and the PTO Board to learn more about plans for the school year.

sept 8 Back to School Night - Grades K-2, starting with a general session in the Multi-Purpose Room at 6 pm sept 9 Back to School Night - Grades 3-5, starting with a general session in the Multi-Purpose Room at 6 pm

Sept 14 PTO Board Meeting – 6 pm in the Community Room. PTO meetings are open to everyone!

Incoming Student News Are you an incoming kindergarten family at SEES? If so, we welcome you to our wonderful school! Please be looking in your mailbox for a letter from the principal that states your kindergarten teacher’s name along with a reminder about the date and time for your orientation. If you have a new student joining SEES in grades 1-5 we welcome you too! You will receive a letter from Mrs. McDonell congratulating you on becoming a Golden Eagle and inviting you to the Welcome Back event on September 4th.

Online Enrollment/Registration Information Click on the 09-10 Enrollment/Registration Information under the “Site Shortcuts” on the home page of the SMHS website at www.smusd.org/ smhs. Follow the enrollment/registration directions to enroll a new student to SMUSD or to register a continuing SMHS student or an incoming 9th grade student from San Elijo Middle. Registration materials may be returned to SMHS beginning August 5 - August 21. To enroll a new student, please contact the Counseling office at (760) 290-2262 after August 5.

Knight Regiment Band Camp Band Camp will be held August 19 – 21 and August 24 – 28 from 9 am to 7 pm. Visit www.smhsmusic.com for more information.

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school news Message from PTO

Orientation Days

San Elijo Middle School Families,

On Orientation Day, students will receive their schedule, their books, and take and receive their picture and Student I.D. Card. Pictures for students with the last name A-L will be from 8 am to 10 am. Students with the last name M-Z will be from 10 am to 12 pm.

Thank you for another great year at San Elijo Middle School. In my last year as PTO President, I am happy to announce that once again with the help of our students, parents and community, we were able to meet our budget and provide many new things for our school. With our successful golf tournament, we are able to provide smart boards and equipment for each classroom in our new wing that will open in August. With the partnership of San Elijo Hills Development and Hale Richardson, we finally completed our marquee on the library that will help keep everyone informed of the many exciting events going on at our school. If you have visited our office, you have seen our “Founders Wall” which was also completed this year. Another project, which will be ongoing, is our teacup tiles. These tiles were made by students depicting the events of our school year. Each year, we will cover a new teacup planter until all 15 are done. As I pass the title on to our new President, I would like to thank all those board members that have worked alongside me for the past three years, as well as previous boards, to help make our school the best it can be. We accomplished a lot for our school, but couldn’t have done it without the help of our parent volunteers, staff and students. I am happy to introduce your 2009-2010 SEMS PTO Executive Board.

Kathleen Haake – President

Keith Castiglione – Vice President

Shole Abou-Nasseri – Treasurer

Andrew McIntyre – Fundraiser

6th Grade Orientation will be August 19. 7th Grade Orientation will be August 20. 8th Grade Orientation will be August 21.

Writing and Math Camps Looking to brush up on some math and writing skills before school starts? Tutoring Club San Marcos will donate 10% of your summer camp tuition to San Elijo Middle School. Mention your child attends SEMS to receive $100 off tuition and raise funds for SEMS! Summer Camp programs include Math Blast which runs from August 3 – 7 and Writing Camp which runs from August 10 – 14. Tutoring Club is located at 1921 W. San Marcos Blvd (in Albertson’s Plaza). Call (760) 599-0886 for additional program information and fees.

MASTERS

Mark Gallo – Golf Coordinator Maria Keefe – Spirit Coordinator

The board is still in need of a Secretary so if you are interested, please contact the PTO office at 760-290-2821 after August 5. Thank you, Teresa Greger Be sure to mark these important dates on your calendars for the upcoming school year. S.O.S.- Save Our Subscriptions. This year’s magazine drive will begin in September so hold off renewing those magazine subscriptions until then. This is our big fundraiser for the year. NEIGHBORHOOD EXPO - Save the Date – October 17. Many of you have asked for it and yes, we are bringing back the Neighborhood Expo. Watch The Fountain for all the details.

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A Healthy Return to School

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t’s that time of the year again. That’s right - back to school! Aside from the usual things to worry about like school clothes and supplies, there’s also the issue of overall health and school safety.

The most beneficial and easy task a parent can do is to update their child’s vaccination record. Ensuring your child’s immunizations are up to date is key to your child’s health and welfare. Taking your child to their primary care physician for a “vaccination check-up” is essential. For the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP’s) current recommendations on immunizations, please refer to the National Immunization Program website: http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/recs/schedules/ default.htm. In addition to ensuring your child’s immunizations are up to date, a parent should mention to their physician their child’s developmental milestones. Noting their height and weight in comparison to other children in the family, how they get along with others, if they can feed themselves or not and are they talking appropriately at their age-level. Many of these milestones are a picture into your child’s mental development which must also be monitored just like their physical health. Your physician will do his/her own evaluation, but a parent’s insight is always key and important.

Another factor in your child’s overall health is to make sure that good hygiene practices are in place before they start the school year. Many parents are probably saying “Sure, right doc and they’re going to eat all their vegetables, too.” It’s not as impossible as one would think. Remember, kids mimic and learn by seeing and interacting with the environment around them. If they see their parents practicing good hygiene, like frequent hand washing or covering their mouths when they sneeze, then they too will act accordingly. These habits can reduce the transmission of the common cold or pink eye. This too is a contributing factor in reducing skin infections from mild scraping type injuries on the playground. For example, little Johnny falls and scrapes his knee on the asphalt. It is critical that he knows to immediately wash his knee with soap and water. Of course, the next thing he should do is show the cut to somebody in authority. The simple act of washing with soap and water will prevent most skin infections. While we are on the subject of prevention, let’s talk about safety. As kids go back to school, remind them to always wear their helmets when riding a bike or skateboard, look both ways when crossing the street, and wear the appropriate safety gear when participating in any after-school sports. As a new school year approaches, let’s take a moment of time and practice these concepts to ensure a good year devoted to fun and learning.

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b ro uGH T To Y o u bY TH e H e AlTH e xPe rT S AT PAlo mAr Pome r ADo H e AlT H

My son has allergies, how can I be assured that is his safe at school? B.G.

• Unintended weight loss over the past 2-3 months greater than 20lbs

being proactive can save valuable time. In the uS, the most common food allergies are milk and peanuts, with peanuts causing the fatal reactions in children. make sure the school has plans for effective emergency management.

• Bright red blood or dark maroon blood intermingled with your stool • Unrelenting abdominal or rectal pain, and a change in your stool color or shape

Staff’s responsibility: • Understand food allergy and recognize symptoms. • Eliminate the causative agents. • Be trained in the proper use of epinephrine injectors. • Contact local emergency response team • No home-made foods allowed for class celebrations. • Designate peanut or milk-free tables. • Provide food allergy education and management plans. Parent’s responsibility: • Should provide their child’s food allergy and action plan. • List food alternatives or provide “safe” foods and educate the child. • Leave medication at the facilility, i.e. diphenhydramine or epinephrine. • Teach the child to not share or trade food. Dr. Ving Yam, Do Family Practice, www.pph.org

My child’s bowel habits haven’t been regular like they used to be and now I am getting a little worried? What are some danger signs the something may be wrong? T.U. Some people are uncomfortable talking about this but often times, our changing bowel habits can be lifesaving if we know what to look for. let’s take a look at some danger signs:

Any of these things, either alone or in combination with one another, warrant a trip to your primary care physician’s office for further evaluation. Always make sure you stay properly hydrated and remember your daily fiber intake. Dr. manuel Tanguma III, mD Family Practice, www.pph.org

Lately my child has been hyperactive and forgetful, I am worried with school starting that this will be a problem? B.F. These symptoms, along with acting sleepy, may be indicating that the child is sleep deprived. Caffeine is a possible sleep deterrent of which parents should be aware. As much as five times the caffeine as a Cola may be handed out after a game labeled as an “energy drink”. lack of sleep not only hurts a child’s behavior, but also their biological development as various hormones such as growth hormone cycles are linked to sleep. To solve these problems, parents should set fixed bedtimes and rise times (weekends should vary no more than one or two hours). Calming rituals such as a story or a song can help a child transition to sleep. Televisions, computers, and phones should noT be in children’s rooms and “under the cover” texting can be controlled if the phones are recharged in the parent’s rooms at night. So best wishes for a happy, restful, and successful school year. Dr. Carolyn monahan, mD Pediatrics, www.pph.org

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co mmunit y lifest y le : gardening By : W e sto n Ba r n e s, r e side n t o f sagewood, ha r mo n y l andscape, inc.

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ome of the most beautiful gardens I have ever created have been in areas of shade and partial shade. There are so many plants that are shade loving/tolerant that you can create magical dream-like pockets of color and fragrance in areas of your yard that don’t receive direct sun. In this installment I would like to share with you some of my favorite shade plant species and grouping suggestions for transforming shaded areas of your yard or garden into flourishing beds, brimming with dazzling flowers and healthy foliage.

Coral Bells If you’re looking for contrast, look no further than this versatile, lowgrowing plant, also known as heuchera or, less commonly, alum root. Leaves come in such unique shades as rose-purple, mahogany red, purple-metallic, copper, silver, lime- green, chocolate-black and brickred, with textures ranging from glossy to marbled to ruffled to jagged. With such a diverse palette, this plant is a gardener’s dream come true: a workhorse that will liven up shade without stealing the show. Though valued most for its foliage, the plant also has wispy sprays of tiny flowers in red, pink, purple or white that last four to eight weeks, often beginning in June. Plants form tight mounds of about 18 inches tall and wide. • Tips: Plant in well- drained, rich, moist soil in light shade. For deeper, darker leaf color, fertilize regularly. • Companions: bleeding heart, hosta, astilbe, artemesia, Stokes aster.

Foxglove This handsome, timeless biennial (lasting two years) gets its name from its inflated thimble- like bells, said to resemble the finger tips of a glove. Legend has it that bad fairies gave the plant’s blooms to a fox so he could put them on his toes and sneak up on roosts. Foxglove also has darker nicknames that remind us of its highly toxic nature, “witches’ glove” and “dead man’s bells,” and its genus name, digitalis, speaks to its medicinal value. (The medication Digitalin, used to strengthen the heart and regulate its beat, was derived from the foxglove.) Rising on sturdy stalks 3-6 feet high, the foxglove is a mainstay of the cottage garden, often appearing against wood picket fences and front porch railings, and is a favorite of the honey bee, which has been known to doze off in blooms. The flowers appear in July in purple, pink, white and yellow, and often have delicate stippling. Like other biennials, foxglove doesn’t bloom until the second season. • Tip: Foxglove grows best when allowed to reseed itself.

Hosta It’s probably the most popular shade plant on the market, but with more than 2,500 varieties to choose from, it’s not likely to get overused anytime soon. The hosta, which originated in Japan, China and Korea, is adored for its big, bold leaves. Still called plantain lilies by some nurseries, hosta comes in many dramatic leaf textures and shapes, can be solid or variegated, and includes combinations of blue, green, gold and white. Some leaves change from light colors early in the season to all-green later. Hostas also send up spikes of small lily-like flowers in lavender and white. • Tips: Hostas require afternoon shade, but also need some morning sun, and thrive in rich soil and with an inch of water weekly. They’re slug magnets, so start early in the season to control them, or choose thicker leafed varieties that are more resistant to slugs. • Companions: Ornamental grasses, daffodils, anemone, Lenten rose, lungwort.

Hydrangea Many of us have pined after this voluptuous shrub while visiting warmer climates, not realizing handsome varieties thrive here as well. While our climate is too cold to grow the pink and blue mophead hydrangeas that florists sell, other hardier varieties steal the show in dappled or afternoon shade. Hydrangea arborescens, such as “Annabelle,” grows big pompons of white flower clusters that are similar to the mopheads, while hydrangea paniculata, including “Limelight” and “Quick Fire,” sends out pyramidal clusters of white blooms that turn pink with age. Or try oakleaf hydrangea with its elongated blooms and deeply lobed leaves. • Tips: Hydrangeas thrive in well-drained, rich soil, and are gluttons for water, but not soggy soil. To keep these huge flowers from bending to the ground after a hard rain, plant at least three together for support, prune sparingly to encourage stouter branches or put a short wire fence around the bush before it puts out new branches in spring. • Companions: Underplant with coral bells, hostas, fall-blooming anemones and foamflowers, or pair with Rose of Sharon. Until next time, Happy Gardening.

• Companions: Lenten rose, astilbe, heuchera and hosta.

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s they were calling up each competitor for the karate forms division, knowing at anytime we were going to be next, my palms were sweaty, I could feel shortness in my breath, my fingers were ice cold, and I could hear every single heartbeat as if it were beating out of my chest. Over 800+ competitors had shown up that day for the San Diego Grand International Martial Arts Competition held at San Diego Sports Arena. Different styles of Karate including Kung Fu, Taekwondo, Polynesian Karate, Fencing, Kempo and Wushu came from all over the U.S. and even Mexico. My 7-year-old daughter, with ponytail, standing at 3’ 7” and weighing 37 pounds enters into the ring. She then bows confidently and presents the form that she had been practicing in the karate studio and garage for the past three months. She completes her form, thanks the judges and bows out. After 20+ competitors finish, they begin announcing the ranking from 20th place all the way down to 1st place. Ashley’s name was announced and she came up to receive her 2nd place trophy in forms and 5th for sparring. Her fraternal twin sister Alexis also placed 5th in forms.

Why I Started My Daughters in Martial Arts My daughters Alexis and Ashley have been studying karate ever since they were three years old. We started them off in karate because they were born 3 months premature, weighing 1.5 pounds each at birth. Remaining in the hospital for 3 months after their birth, we were told that there was a 90% possibility they would encounter developmental issues. They needed constant physical and mental therapy in order to keep up with others in their age group. My wife, Somruthai, and I participated and were involved with them full time at home. By the time they were 3 years old, they were still extremely underweight and had overall very low strength. Karate classes seemed to fit the bill. Initially, I had started them at the Bushikan Budo Kyokai located on 1665 S. Rancho Santa Fe Rd. #A, headed by Sensei Franco Sanguinetti, an Okinawan Goju Ryu style. This school conveniently happened to be located right across the parking lot of the Discovery Isle preschool that they were attending at the time. Their physical training in karate definitely made dramatic improvements in coordination, strength and mental stimulation all rolled into one. They studied at Bushikan for about 2 years through kindergarten and then last summer we moved from Rancho Carrillo to San Elijo Hills. We transferred to San Elijo Elementary before their first day of 1st grade, as well as their karate school to the International Institute of Martial Arts offering a contrasting softer style of karate. If you are a parent that is considering having your child enroll in martial arts, I would like to pass on what I went though when selecting a good school. I would also like to lay out the many benefits that you and your child will experience besides the obvious, learning how to defend themselves.

#1. Discipline This one factor alone that children get inside any structured martial arts program outweighs all other benefits. With martial arts, children receive the benefits of attention to detail, concentration, listening skills and how to execute simply what is asked of them. I cannot tell you how many parents have expressed after several lessons that their child’s attention and listening skills have increased dramatically.

#2. Focus Martial arts encourages an extremely positive expression of children, pre-teen, and teen energies that many parents misinterpret as troublesome. If their child’s energy can be focused in on any type of positive activity, especially one that encourages both physical and mental stimulation, the benefits are beyond measurable and will also assist any parent in their personal interaction with their child. Often, teenagers are bored and resort to unhealthy and destructive opportunities. w w w.th efo u n ta i n- o n li ne .co m

Martial Arts also has many other benefits, including building leadership skills not normally taught in general academic school systems, simple positive endorphins released during the physical exertions, the competitive stimulation, the feeling of pride for their incremental improvements, setting goals for themselves, etc.

#3. Structured Activity This is an obvious benefit that sometimes we as responsible parents take for granted, where unfortunately other parents do not. Anything where your child is learning something and growing as an individual is key. If not martial arts, enroll them in something, anything.

What do you do, when choosing a martial arts studio? For all you parents that are looking for a good karate school or martial arts school within San Elijo Hills area there are several. I have attended several martial arts schools over the past 15 years of practicing various forms of martial arts between Los Angeles and San Diego. I myself hold 4 separate black belts in Hapkido, Tae Kwon Do, Ho Shin Moo Do and Wado Ryu Karate; my daughters have themselves trained in two styles of karate. Initially it does not matter what a form of martial arts it is, especially at an early age. What matters is that they are acquiring the benefits listed above as well as just having fun. Make sure that the school’s schedule is convenient to you. Location should be close to where you are. It may be a great school for your child, but it takes you 30+ minutes to drive there and it becomes a huge ordeal just going to and from the school, then you just won’t go. Make sure that they have classes for the age group of your child. Ask some of the parents there at the school why they have their child enrolled there, do they like the curriculum, do they like the instructors, is there a good instructor to student ratio, do they actually see improvements in their child because of martial arts including academically, physically, discipline, etc. Then have your child actually try out the class vs. asking them if they would like try it out. As a parent, take the lead and have your child try it out. Most schools offer a complimentary or a trial set of classes for under $20. Finally, my advice to any parent or anyone reading this article is that if you are presented with an opportunity to pass on the knowledge that you have or to give back to the community in any way, I seriously encourage you to do so. I’m talking about volunteering your time to get involved. In this day of economic crisis, where some people are prone to hoard whatever we have left, we need to give back. My wife, Somruthai, has been a volunteer teaching Arts Attack for the past 2 years at both Rancho Carrillo and San Elijo Elementary. She also sees other extremely committed parents there helping the teachers with all subjects. She could not express the gratitude that they all feel from their students. And so inspired by her, I have recently started to volunteer my knowledge of martial arts to the IIMA School. I initially thought, “OK, I will come in and help out once a month”. But, now I am helping teach the 5-9 year old beginner classes, preteen, and the teenage classes, and sometimes the black belt classes every week. And I have to say it has been the most rewarding experience that I have had in a very, very long time. Volunteering in our community doesn’t need to be something you are an expert at. It can be as simple as joining the PTO or helping at the cross walks during school hours. What martial arts has provided for my children is a healthy outlet for their abundant energy. Their listening skills, discipline, and pride are benefits that will continue to be beneficial both now and in the future. For me, it has provided a way to give back in my community. I encourage you to explore the benefits of martial arts for your own family. the fountain: page 19


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1215 San Elijo Road Hometown Realty San Marcos, California, 92078

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