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MHS ENEWS JUNE 2012 - A Publication of the Malibu High PTSA

Malibu High’s Monthly Online Newsletter

CONGRATULATIONS TO MALIBU HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 2012!

Alex Bartlett receives Diploma from School Board President Ben Allen as Dr. Kelly looks on.

Dr. Mark Kelly Takes District Admin Position After 8 years as Principal of Malibu High School

On June 6, SMMUSD Superintendent Sandy Lyon announced worked steadfastly with faculty and the site Governance Council to that Dr. Mark Kelly had been hired to lead the Department of improve the way teachers assess student progress and enrich Student Services at the District Office ending an eventful 8 year educational experience of all students. Notably, over that time, the tenure as Principal of Malibu High School. Kelly, who began his API score of Malibu High improved from 818 (2004) to 834(2011). career as a math teacher, led MHS on a steady path of improvement Dr. Kelly can also be thanked for helping maintain Malibu High’s AP in the midst of uncertain programs during the harsh budgetary climate. In fact, over the past school budgets, an ever eight years, more students enrolled in AP classes and more tests changing educational were given overall. Most significantly, Kelly gave his full support to landscape and rigorous parent-led organizations to allow programs and monies to be put to expectations of the No Child best use for athletics, arts, teacher and classroom development and Left Behind requirements. program improvement. His leadership as principal has ensured the First assigned to MHS from high placement of Malibu High on rankings of high schools statewide his Assistant Principal and nationally. Dr. Kelly’s dedication to students’ development was position at SaMo High, Dr. evident as he attended countless performances and athletic Kelly quickly became known contests. In addition to his Principal’s duties, Dr. Kelly taught math as an even handed for the past two years. On any given day, his schedule was filled with administrator, , well Dr. Kelly sends Sarah Zweig off to college. PTA meetings, Shark Club Board meetings, Booster Club meetings, organized leader and Principal meetings, Governance Council meetings, staff meetings, clear communicator who disciplinary meetings, School Board meeting or Bond Oversight inspired the trust of parents, students and faculty. In his role as meetings. His presence was constant and reassuring. Most likely to principal, Dr. Kelly oversaw the school’s WASC accreditation process be missed however is Dr. Kelly’s endearing habit of greeting all four years ago, spent countless hours with architects and BB Bond students on the front steps of school where he would say hello and [1] watch over the young people as they started their day. Good Luck, project managers on the design for the new library, administration building and classrooms to be built in the coming years and has Dr. Kelly! You will be missed.


CONGRATULATIONS 2012 GRADUATES!

MHS VALEDICTORIANS

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A MUSICAL TRIBUTE

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DR. KELLY’S FINAL ADDRESS AT MHS

LONG AWAITED DAY Catherine LaRocca and Hunter Larsen Process

THE DIPLOMAS ARE READY [2]


Dr. Mark Kelly’s PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE/ Mensaje De Principal

JUNE/JUNIO

June 14, 2012

14 de junio, 2012

Dear Parents,

Estimados Padres,

This is my final Principal’s Message. For eight years I used this forum to share my ideas and beliefs about education and schooling. I reflected on experiences and wrote about what was most prominent at the time. The Principal’s Message was my opportunity to think aloud and to express myself without knowing how the reader would respond. To me, the chance to communicate this way was a privilege and one that I valued greatly. I will miss sharing what is on my mind and thank you for receiving my messages so willingly.

Este es mi Mensaje del Director final. Por ocho años use este foro para compartir mis ideas y creencias sobre la educación y la enseñanza. Reflexione sobre experiencias y escribí sobre lo que sobresalía más en ese momento. El Mensaje del Director fue mi oportunidad para pensar en voz alta y expresarme sin saber como el lector respondería. Para mí, la oportunidad de comunicarme de esta manera era un privilegio, algo que valore grandemente. Extrañare el compartir lo que tengo en mente y les agradezco por recibirlo de buena gana.

My time at Malibu High School is coming to a close. This school, these students and this community defined most of my life for the last eight years. I look forward to my new opportunity at the district. For me, change is renewal; an opportunity to learn and to grow. My closing reflections are ones filled with gratitude for the faculty and staff; gratitude to you as parents and gratitude to our community who supports its schools in wonderful ways. Each day, the adults in our young people’s lives envision for them, provide for them, guide them, redirect them and ensure that they move through school toward amazing and fantastic opportunities. Your commitment and support for Malibu High School, and for public education, is astounding. I believe deeply that outstanding public schools are absolutely necessary for our democracy to thrive. When you send your children up our steps you show your commitment to this value each day. Believe deeply that by sending your children to Malibu High School, and ensuring they are supported in their journey, you better our community.

Mi tiempo en Malibu High School está llegando a su final. Esta escuela, sus estudiantes y su comunidad definieron la mayoría de mi vida por los últimos ocho años. Espero mi nueva oportunidad en el distrito con anticipación. Para mi, el cambio es renovación; una oportunidad para aprender y crecer. Mis reflexiones finales están llenas de gratitud hacia el personal docente y administrativo; gratitud hacia los padres y gratitud hacia la comunidad que apoya a sus escuelas de maneras maravillosas. Cada día, los adultos en las vidas de nuestros jóvenes imaginan por ellos, provén para ellos, los orientan, los redirigen y se aseguraron que pasen por la escuela hacia oportunidades asombrosas y fantásticas. Su compromiso y apoyo por Malibu High School, y por la educación pública, es asombroso. Yo creo profundamente que las escuelas públicas excelentes son absolutamente necesarias para que nuestra democracia prospere. Cuándo usted envía a sus hijos por nuestros escalones usted muestra su compromiso a este valor diariamente Crea profundamente que al enviar a sus hijos a Malibu High School, y en asegurar que ellos tengan apoyo en su viaje, usted mejora a nuestra comunidad.

I will miss Malibu High School. This is a very special school where its beauty is nearly unbelievable and its people are inspired and inspiring. I will miss greatly our students who kept me young (at heart) and hopeful. Most days, I stood at the steps as they arrived on campus. I did so to ground myself that our service is for them. Throughout my years as principal, my greatest joy came from standing back, pausing, watching, listening and embracing the dynamic life of school. These are the times when I felt the most pride and the moments that filled my heart. Teaching, learning and the shaping of minds and lives are what matter in school. Our young people, fully engaged in dynamic interaction with adults, peers and community, are what give a school purpose and meaning. What happens here is simply amazing.

Extrañare a Malibu High School. Esta es una escuela muy especial adonde la belleza es casi increíble y su gente es inspirada e inspirante. Extrañaré mucho a nuestros estudiantes que me mantienen con un corazón joven y con esperanza. La mayoría de los días, me paraba en las gradas a medida que llegaban a la escuela. Lo hacía para establecer en mí que nuestro servicio es para ellos. Durante mis años como director, mi gozo mayor vino al pararme hacia atrás, tomando pausa, mirando, escuchando y aceptando la vida dinámica de la escuela. Estos fueron los momentos que llenaron mi corazón. Enseñando, aprendiendo y formando las mentes y las vidas es lo que importa en la escuela. Nuestros jóvenes, completamente involucrados en interacción dinámica con adultos, compañeros y comunidad, son lo que le da a la escuela propósito y significado. Lo que pasa aquí es simplemente asombroso.

I close with a heartfelt thank you for your belief in me and for your kindness. I am grateful to all. Sincerely, Mark O. Kelly Principal

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Malibu High School Class of 2012 – College Acceptance and Matriculation List Our most recent graduates were admitted to the following four-year colleges and universities. Colleges in bold represent one or more student enrolling for Fall 2012. UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA CAMPUSES Berkeley Davis Irvine Los Angeles Merced Riverside San Diego Santa Barbara Santa Cruz CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY CAMPUSES Cal Poly San Luis Obispo Cal Poly Pomona Channel Islands Chico Dominguez Hills East Bay Fullerton Humboldt Long Beach Los Angeles Monterey Bay Northridge Sacramento San Diego San Francisco San Jose Sonoma CALIFORNIA PRIVATE COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES Art Center College of Design Azusa Pacific University Biola University Brooks Institute of Photography California College of the Arts California Lutheran University Chapman University Columbia College Hollywood Dominican University of California Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising Harvey Mudd College Loyola Marymount University Marymount College Mills College Occidental College Otis College of Art and Design Pepperdine University University of Redlands Saint Mary’s College of California University of San Diego San Francisco Art Institute University of San Francisco Santa Clara University University of Southern California Westmont College

OUT-OF-STATE COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES

Adelphi University The American University of Paris American University of Rome Arizona State University The University of Arizona Bard College Barnard College Berklee College of Music Boston College Boston Conservatory Boston University Brandeis University Brown University Butler University Case Western Reserve University University of Chicago University of Cincinnati CollegeConservatory of Music Cleveland Institute of Music College of Charleston University of Colorado at Boulder Colorado State University Columbia College Chicago Columbia College Hollywood DePaul University DigiPen Institute of Technology Drexel University Eckerd College Elmira College Emerson College Emmanuel College Endicott College Eugene Lang College, The New School Fashion Institute of Technology Fordham University Furman University The George Washington University Goucher College The Hartt School, University of Hartford Harvard University University of Hawaii at Manoa Hofstra University Indiana University of Bloomington Ithaca College Kalamazoo College The Juilliard School University of Kansas Lewis & Clark College Macalester College Manhattanville College University of Massachusetts, Amherst University of Massachusetts, Boston University of Miami Miami University, Oxford University of Michigan University of Mississippi The University of Montana, Missoula [4]

Montana State University, Bozeman Mount Holyoke College University of Nevada, Reno New England Conservatory of Music University of New Mexico New Mexico State University New York University University of North Carolina School of the Arts Northeastern University Northern Arizona University Northwestern University Oberlin Conservatory of Music Oregon State University University of Oregon Pace University Pacific University Parsons The New School for Design Pepperdine University University of Portland Pratt Institute Principia College University of Puget Sound Purchase College Ringling College of Art and Design University of Rochester Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey Savannah College of Art and Design School of the Art Institute of Chicago Seattle University Skidmore College Southern Methodist University Southern Oregon University St. John’s College Stony Brook University Suffolk University Syracuse University Temple University Texas Christian University The University of Texas, Austin Tufts University Tulane University United States Naval Academy Valparaiso University University of Vermont Wagner College Wake Forest University Washington State University Washington University in St. Louis University of Washington Wesleyan University Willamette University University of Wisconsin, Madison NON-US COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES Concordia University, Montreal Franklin College Switzerland London College of Communication McGill University Royal Academy of Music Royal College of Music University of Sydney University of Toronto


BRING ON THE LIGHTS! Fundraising Campaign to Install Lights on Malibu High Field Gaining Momentum

The Shark Fund and the Athletic Booster Club would like to thank the 277 families and businesses listed on the next two pages for their donation and support of “Bring on the Lights.”

Let The Shark Fund Add Your Name to the list! SPONSOR A SEAT TODAY! Go to: http://www.malibuhigh.org/bringonthelights There are only 175 seats remaining! We will be upgrading the bleacher seating in our stadium by installing comfortable, durable stadium seats. Each seat will have an engraved nameplate. Our stadium will be configured in teal, with the letters “MHS” spelled out in black. Get your family name or business engraved on a nameplate by sponsoring a seat today! Or combine your donation with another family or two, and share a seat and nameplate. Show your support of our students and the Malibu Sharks! DONATION LEVEL

PREMIUM

Gold Booster:

$5,000+

Engraved nameplates on 2 seats in the “50 yard line section”, 1 **Lifetime Pass, plus recognition on the *group plaque.

Silver Booster:

$1,000+

Engraved nameplates on 2 stadium seats, plus recognition on the *group plaque.

Bronze Booster

$500+

Engraved nameplate on 1 stadium seat

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THANK YOU TO ALL “Bring on the Lights” DONORS!

First $365,000 Goal Met Just in TIme! Still $$ to Raise. Spread the Word. 2011/12 SCHOOL TEAMS MHS Boys JV Soccer Team MHS Boys Varsity Soccer Team MHS Drumline/Percussion Ensemble MHS Girls Varsity Soccer Team MHS JV & Varsity Football Team MHS JV Lacrosse Team MHS Varsity Lacrosse Team MHS Class of 2012 Anonymous (6) 3 Arts Entertainment, Inc. The Adli Family Deborah & Jud Allen The Anderson Family The Annis Family Marietta & Bud Anthony Elizabeth & Pete Anthony The Appel Family Lori & Johnny Armstrong Donna & Niel Armstrong The Astani Family Gigi & Lawrence Awbrey The Baer Family The Baldwin Family Yvonne Esquerra-Bard & Steven Bard Nicole & David Bassett Jeff Baugh – For A Safer PCH Colleen & Michael Baum Elizabeth & Tobin Bell Betty Bernard The Blackwood Family Jana & Guy Blake The Bogie Family Brooke Bohm The Boland Family Bonny & Bruce Bolander Everest Brady The Eli & Edythe Broad Foundation Kim Brown Katherine & Richard Buckton Susan & Mark Burger The Cadarette Family

The Canup Family Nicolo Carlson & Family Catherine Cassone & Parents The Ceruto Family Stephanie & Skip Chaisson The Churchill Family The Clarke Family Linda & Trevor Colby The Cole Family The Comfortes Family The Corrigan Family The Corrodi Family The Cranson Family The Crescentini Family The Crowder Family The Cunningham Family Jan Currey The D'Estries-Honkawa Family Wendy & Mark Davis The Day Family The Detweiler Family The Diemer Family The Dijker Family Lorelei Woerner-Eisner The Ellrod Family Janet & Roy Ettenger The Rich-Evers Family The Fagan Family Karen & Cameron Farrer The FauntLeRoy Family The Ferbas Family The Finck Family Linda Fleiderman The Flor Family The Fote Family The Frost Family The Gareri Family Cindy Crawford & Rande Gerber Mary-Beth & Brian Gibson Agnes & Rick Gibson The Gilleran Family The Gilliams Family The Goldberg Family [6]

Dorothy & David Goldstein The Gooden Family The Goodman Family The Gorelick Family Deborah La Gorce Kramer & Steven P. Grahek

The Grant Family Gary Green Nina & Mia Green Patricia Manney & Eric Gruendemann Barbara Grushow Dana Gruskin Hayley Haag Leigh Ann & Jack Haas The Haft Family Maureen Weston & Brian Halloran The Hamilton Family The Handal Family The Hannley Family The Hinds Family Lisa & Brian Holmes Lori & Henry Holmes The Houge Family The Hughes Family Maria Hungerland Melissa & Jeff Hunter The Hurst Family Michelle & Andy Jackson The Janov Family Keely & Austin Jensen Jack, Grace & Charlie Johnson The DJ Johnson Family Dana & Ken Johnson The Kaplan Family Lisa & Gabe Kapler Dr. Mark Kelly The Kessenich Family The Kiefer Family The Kinyon Family The Kitay Family The Klarenbeck Family Amanda & Steven Kofsky The Kohn Family The Krase Family David Krintzman


BRING ON THE LIGHTS DONORS CONTINUED! Thanks to all! GO SHARKS! LA Chiro Spa & Holistic Center The La Masney Family The Lapidus Family The Lashgari Family Jasmine & George Laubender The Le Family The Bloom/Leffe Family The Leib Family The Leonardo Family The Levin Family The Levin Group Lucy Stutz & Jared Levine Carol Levy Nancy & Braxton Little Heather & Rich Little The Liner Family The Loomis Family Kym Gold Lubell MHS PTSA Malibu Bay Company Malibu Stage Company The Malmoux Family Daphne Spanier & Niki Mandel The Mandel Family Jill & Jonathan Manhan Katherine & Ron Marinaro The Massett Family The Masterson Family The Mathur Family The McConnell Family The McDonnell Family The McKeown Family The McMillin Family The McPartlin Family The Merback Family Jordan Michaelson & Family Pollyanna Justice-Miller D’na & Mike Moore Gabrielle Morgerman & Kevin Morris Carolyn & Gary Morrison Maria & Nicholas Moss Michelle & Stephen Murphy The Radcliff, Riggins & Murray Families Inga & Jeff Murrell Catherine Serros & David Myers The Nanula Family The Neven Family The Ney Family Janice & Jeff Nikora The Nokes Family

The O’Neill Family Mary Tafi & Bruce Ochmanek The Odian Family OTZSHOESinc Ovation Medical Pacific Rim Companies The Paige Family Sam George & Nia Peeples Casey Reardon & Tony Perez The Perlmutter Family The Pertofsky Family, The Petretti Family Mindy & Paul Peterson Beth Lucas & Christian Pierce Maggie & Mikke Pierson The Platner Family The Pumpelly Family Cathy Purewal The Quartz Family The Rafeedie Family The Rapoport Family Allison & Neil Ray Tracey Bregman Recht & Ron Recht Andrew Shaner & Dorothy Reinhold The Rocco Family The Rochin Family The Zahn & Rosenthal Families Robyn & Rick Ross The Roth Family Todd Rubenstein The Russum Family Jeri & Alan Samuel The Sarantinos Family Amy Guills & Jim Savas Kathryn Ibarra & Eric Savitsky The Schaar Family Bobbie & Roy Schlobohm The Schoenberger Family Ema & Shen Schulz Patti & Scott Schwartz The Schwimer Family Gail & Sam Seelig Tami Semler The Shanley Family The Shaw Family Charlie Sheen The Sheridan Family The Sidley Family [7]

The Silbar Family Laureen & Greg Sills Larry Felix & Kelly Silverberg The Sinding Family The Sittig Family Alice & Joe Skorcz Noriko & Stuart Smith The Smoller Family Roohi & Brian Stack The Stipanowich Family The Stoker Family The Strange Family The Stutz Family Hollywood Storage Center & The Sundher Families The Tade Family Martha Quinn & Jordan Tarlow Lori & John Tartol Kim Terranova The Thomsen Family The Thonson Family The Thorne Family The Tosdevin Family Dana & Tony Walczuk Rick Wallace The Walley Family The Leon-Liu-Wang Family The Watkin Family Lori & Keith Webster Stephanie & Nick Wechsler Holmes Weinberg, PC The Dianette Wells Family The Wetton Family Marie & Alan Wexler Whole Foods in the Park Danielle & William White Keri & Scott Wilder The Wilson Family Lindsay Wineberg & Assoc. The Wirht Family The Wisnicki Family Kelli & Bill Young Amy & Trip Young The Zappala Family Andrea & Paul Zuckerman Zuma Inspections The Zweig Family


CHAMBER SINGERS VISIT VETERANS HOSPITAL A Serenade Picnic by the MHS Chamber Singers was "purchased" at the beginning of the year by Elizabeth and Tobin Bell at a Choir Program Fundraiser. The Bells decided to have the singers perform at the Veterans Hospital to entertain at an outdoor concert. By all accounts it was a an amazing experience for everyone. (photos by Stephanie Chaisson)

ABOVE: The Chamber Music Singers perform outside at the Veterans Hospital. BELOW: The Senior Girl Chamber Singers gather for a group photo. Left to Right:Kylia Cassone, Catherine LaRocca, Madison Perrin, Alex Bartlett, Gabriella Marinaro, Susannah Shaw, Carleigh Madden.

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ELECTION DAY NOVEMBER 6, 2012 Keep Your Eyes And Ears Open for Two Ballot Measures That Aim to Solve California’s Education Budget Shortfalls - Get Educated! Two educational financing initiatives are expected to have enough signatures to qualify for the November ballot. Governor Brown’s Plan also known as The Schools and Local Public Safety Protection Act would raise between $6.5 and $9 Billion by raising sales tax in California by 1/4 percent for four years. The measure would also raise the state personal income tax between 1 and 3% on people making more than $250,000. This income tax increase would be in effect for seven years. Most of the money would go into the State’s General Fund. The money would in part repay the 9 billion dollars owed to California School Districts. The measure would also infuse money into community colleges, the California university systems as well as other state services. Website: http://www.protectschoolsandpublicsafety.com/ Read the Act for Yourself: http://ag.ca.gov/cms_attachments/initiatives/pdfs/i1057_12-0009_governors_initiative_v3.pdf

The second plan that may be on the ballot is called Our Children, Our Future (OCOF) or The Munger Plan.This plan is endorsed by the California State PTA.This plan would raise $5 Billion in 2012/13 and $10 Billion for 11 years after that by raising the state personal income tax on most citizens. The rate of additional tax would be on a sliding scale and would range from 4/10ths of 1% on incomes after all deductions under $35,000 to 2.2% for couples with income after all deductions over $5 million. Couples would pay nothing on the first $15,000 of their income after all deductions. In the first 3 years, the funds would go towards paying off $3 billion in State Bonds with the remainder flowing entirely to K-12 public schools. Website: http://ourchildrenourfuture2012.com/how-it-works.aspx Read the Act:http://ourchildrenourfuture2012.com/read-the-initiative.aspx STAY TUNED.... [9]


PARENTS AND STUDENTS RECEIVE KUDOS AT HONORARY SERVICE AWARDS. WENDY SIDLEY RECEIVES PTA GOLDEN OAK AWARD FOR SERVICE TO MHS.

Left to Right: Pete Anthony, Isobel Anthony, Diana Hurst, Kim Stefanko, Kathryn Shaw, Sandy Thacker, Wendy Sidley, Fiona Corrigan, Neil Shaw, Peggy Platner, Lisa Holmes and Kathy Haag.

Every year parents and MHS staff are invited to nominate people in the school community for PTA Honorary Service Awards. The awards recognize exemplary service given to Malibu High School over the year. This year Pete Anthony was honored with an Honorary Service Award for spearheading the very successful BRING ON THE LIGHTS CAMPAIGN, his daughter, Isobel, was recognized in the PTA Reflections Contest for her beautiful and thought provoking video that addressed the prompt: “Diversity Means...” Lisa Holmes and Fiona Corrigan were recognized with Continuing Service Awards for their dedication to the PTA. Sandy Thacker and Kim Stefanko were given The Very Special Person awards for leading the Every Fifteen Minutes Steering Committee. Neil and Kathryn Shaw received honors for their dedication to the MHS Theater Department and its many productions. Peggy Platner and Dianne Hurst were honored for their work with the MHS Athletics Programs. The event was hosted at the home of Eric Gruendemann and Patricia Manney. If you would like to recognize a volunteer in our school community nominations are taken in January of the school year. Keep an eye out for your chance to honor one of the many outstanding volunteers that make Malibu High a wonderful school. All volunteers may sign up to help at GET YOUR STUFF DAY on August 14th and 15th at Malibu High School. Find out all the different ways that volunteers put their valuable time to work. Congratulations to all the very deserving honorees. [10]

Graduating With Honors

For several years, a special recognition is given to parents of graduating seniors who have given service to the PTSA during their children’s careers at MHS. The PTSA is grateful to the following for their many years of dedication and congratulate their graduates on a job well done!

Kristin Corri Karen Blackmore Gareri Veronica Brady and Eamon Harrington Pat and Neil Giraldo Liz and Russ Haft Emily and Peter Leffe Marnie and Tom Mitze Deedee Porter Scott and Patti Schwartz Ted Silverberg Nancy and Denis Stewart Tracy and Dermot Stoker Pam and Joe Wihrt


FROM THE INCOMING PTSA PRESIDENT - AMY YOUNG Dear Malibu Families I am honored to serve as next year’s PTSA President for Malibu High School. Ranked #52 out of 2,407 schools in US News & World Report’s annual assessment, Malibu High School is in the top 2.2% of public California high schools, including charter and magnet schools. Nationally, MHS is in the top 1.2%, ranked at #265 out of 21,776 schools. Our community should be proud of Malibu High School and our amazing students, parents, teachers and staff. In the coming year, my goal is to facilitate improved communication between school and home, and within the Malibu community about the great things that happen daily at MHS. With the generous support of the Shark Fund, the PTSA hopes to provide more opportunities for MHS parents to get involved at school and for the Malibu community to come together at on-campus events. Together, let’s generate more school and community spirit for Malibu High School. Malibu is the “Home of the Sharks!” This summer, we hope to improve and streamline our online registration process. Look for an email in July with links to registration paperwork you will need to print and bring to “Get Your Stuff Days” on August 14th and 15th. Lastly, please join us for breakfast at the PTSA Association Meeting on the first day of school, August 22nd, at 8:30AM in the Library. Amy Young MHS PTSA President, 2012-13

Thanks in advance to our 2012-13 PTSA Board and all of our volunteers. Executive VP, Middle School Liaison 1st VPs, Administration & Hospitality 2nd VPs, Health & Welfare rd 3 VPs, Programs 4th VPs, Fundraising 5th VPs, Communications & Membership Auditor Financial Secretary Treasurer Historian Secretary Parliamentarian Parent Involvement Coordinator College Center Liaison Bike It! Walk It! Pool It! Day Parent Eyes Coordinator Technology Committee Red Ribbon Week Chair Public Relations Coordinator Student Representatives

Karen Farrer Jane Damian & Michaele Ward Justine Petretti & Ann Dohan Elizabeth Anthony & Roohi Stack Wendy Sidley & Robyn Ross Rhonda Mosser & Tami Averna Fiona Corrigan Linda Colby Anne Blackwood Nicki Bassett Karen Canup Heather Anderson Kathryn Ibarra Farah Rezvan Audra Hotchkiss Janice Nikora Patricia Manney Michelle Murphy Mindy Peterson Jessica Murray & Renie Walczuk

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A Wonderful and PRODUCTIVE YEAR: A Letter from Outgoing PTSA President, Kathryn Ibarra Dear Parents, Teachers, Students, and Staff,

As we face major challenges from a shrinking state budget, we will need to re-imagine how we educate our children and support our teachers. The bright side is we have lots of new possibilities for how to do that, we just have to be open to them -- whether it's how to better use technology, a willingness to embrace a different way to approach collective bargaining, or rethinking how we fund education. Our children will be so impressed with our willingness to adapt to and flourish within a new environment.

Thank you for all your energy, creativity, and commitment over the past year. Because you have been generous with your time, talent, and financial resources; you have made so much possible at MHS that doesn't happen at most public or private middle and high schools. Below is a list of highlights from this past year. From that lengthy list, I would cull Every Fifteen Minutes, reinvigorating the Technology Committee to support technology upgrades for our students, and inviting parents to hear top notch leaders such as Vanessa Van Petten and Jonathan Mooney who helped us redefine parenting, teaching, and learning in the 2000s; as efforts and events that I felt were especially worthwhile.

On the topic of change, congratulations to Dr. Kelly as he moves on to Director of Student Services at the district offices. We have been so fortunate to this dedicated, caring, man of integrity leading us these past eight years. I have so appreciated his willingness to listen and craft a constructive solution to to better serve our students. We will miss him, but wish him well and look forward to having someone who understands Malibu High School and Middle School at the district level.

If you feel there's a glaring omission in something you'd like to see happen, volunteer to do it, ask someone on the PTSA Board to bring it up, or ask about it yourself at an association meeting. The board is made up of representatives whose children attended all three of our feeder schools, as well as families new to our district in 6th grade. The majority of our board has served less than two years. We are open to new ideas and new faces and we hope to engage your family in some way next year.

Thank you for giving me the opportunity to be president. I learned so much. Have a wonderful summer, Kathryn Ibarra

2011/12 Highlights •

Hosted the Teacher Appreciation luncheon at Spruzzo’s for all MHS staff and provided professional development grants for two teachers to attend a national math conference.

Supported a resolution to SMMUSD School Board asking for thoughtful consideration of BP 3290 (centralized fundraising policy.)

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Held college essay writing workshops

Funded Naviance program for College and Career Center and provided four scholarships for graduating seniors

The Reflections arts promotion program for middle and high school students with two of our entries making it all the way to the California state level of competition

Held successful Fall Fundraiser Evening Event and Tennis Tournament.

Hosted Jonathan Mooney who spoke on valuing our students for the type of people they are and the importance of teacher-student connections

Reinvigorated the Tech Committee and supported technology upgrades for our library, arts programs, and access to mobile classroom set of laptops for students

Cinco de Mayo staff lunch in partnership with English Learner Advisory Committee (ELAC)

Continued to provide funds to maintain and improve MHS Website and published 4 E-newsletters.

Served as warm-up hosts for Eighth Grade Exit Interviews

Produced the Every Fifteen Minutes program on distracted driving awareness and avoidance for students and hosted screenings of edited DVD for entire Malibu community.

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Compiled and distributed MHS Student and Staff Directory

Organized Get Your Stuff Day and implemented electronic registration for MHS students

Invited Vanessa Van Petten to speak to parents and staff on her book, The Text Generation: Communicating with Teens Amidst Today’s Technology as well as speak to students about peer communication and internet safety.

Funded classroom supplies for teachers and updated emergency supplies.

Wrote resolution to Malibu City Council supporting tobacco retail licensing measures

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Supported Bike It! Walk It! Pool It! Day (Twice!)

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Revised our PTSA bylaws Provided student snacks during spring STAR testing Sent two high school students to Sacramento to learn about the legislative process and education policy initiatives

Supported Bring on the Lights Campaign Provided hospitality for New Family Luncheons, Back to School Night, Ninth Grader Transition, Lunches with Counselors, Coffee with the Counselors, Goals for Graduation Lunches, Coffee with Middle School Leaders, Honorary Service Awards Reception, and Senior Awards Night Reception.


JUNTAS DEL COMITE BILINGUE(ELAC) Hola Padres de MHS, Les escribo para recordarles que cada segundo jueves del mes es la Junta Bilingüe ELAC. Las juntas son en español y todos los padres están invitados. Acompáñenos e infórmese sobre lo que está pasando en la escuela cada mes, y reciba información sobre diferentes temas interesantes. Siempre ofrecemos cuidado para los niños de edad de Kinder a 5º grado y cena para todos los estudiantes durante la junta. Ofrecemos un refrigerio liviano para los padres. Para preguntas o más información, favor de llamar a Yalile Pieper al 310-457-6801 ex. 74272

Bilingual Liaison, Yalile Pieper

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¡RESERVEN LA FECHA! ypieper@smmusd.org

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Pongase en contacto con el medico de su hijo o llame a su farmacia local. Si usted no tiene seguro de salud o su seguro medico no cubre las vacunas, puede recibir las vacunas por el gobierno federal de VFC en los centros de salud calificados o las clinicas locales del departamento de salud. Los ninos inscritos en el programa Healthy Families (para ninos de California Health InsurancePlan) no son elegibles para VFC. Los proveedores de VFC:

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Westside Family Health Center Phone: (310) 450-4773 1711 Ocean Park Blvd Santa Monica, CA 90405

Les Kelly Family Health Center Phone: (310) 319-4700 1920 Colorado Ave Santa Monica, CA 90404

Venice Family Clinic Phone: (310) 664-7710 604 Rose Ave Venice, CA 90291

Venice Family Clinic Phone: (310) 664-7811 2509 Pico Blvd Santa Monica, CA 90405

Venice Family Clinic Phone: (310)664-7981 905 Venice Blvd Venice, CA 90291

Venice Family Clinic- SAMOHI Phone: (310) 395-3204 x71507 601 Pico Blvd Santa Monica, CA 90405

Conejo Valley Family Medical Center Phone: (805) 370-0600 223 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd #102 Thousand Oaks, CA 91360 91360 [13]

Conejo Free Clinic Phone: (805) 379-1918 80 Hillcrest Dr. #102 Thousand Oaks, CA


FECHAS IMPORTANTES PARA EL PROXIMO AÑO ESCOLAR 2012-2013 Las oficinas de la escuela estarán cerradas durante el verano del 1 al 3 de agosto y cierran a las 3pm todos los días, menos los viernes que cierran a las 2:00pm. Ultimo día de escuela para Yalile Pieper es el martes, 19 de agosto y regresa el martes, 14 de agosto.

Días de Prepararse para la escuela “Get Your Stuff Day” 8:30 a 12:30pm Martes, 14 de Agosto para Secundaria 6º a 8º grado Miércoles, 15 de agosto para Preparatoria 9º a 12º grado Primer día de escuela: miércoles, 22 de agosto Esta es la oportunidad de: •

Entregar y completar formas de Matricula y de Emergencia

Entregar o llenar la forma para el Programa de Comida

Entregar, llenar o recoger los pases del bus

Tomarse la foto para la Identificación de estudiante

Comprar la ropa de Educación Física

Comprar la Agenda

Ser Incluido en el Directorio de Familias de la Escuela

Antes de venir a “Get Your Stuff Day” no se le olvide llenar e imprimir sus hojas de emergencia que se encontrarán en la página de MHS en www.malibuhigh.org *SI NO TIENE MANERA DE LLENAR O IMPRIMIR LAS HOJAS, YALILE TENDRA

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MHS PROMOTION CEREMONY HONORS 8th Grade Students. WELCOME TO HIGH SCHOOL Ninth Graders!

Above: Assistant Principal Wendy Wax Gellis announces the promotion of the Eighth Grade class at Malibu High. Two students can’t hold back their excitement. Left: Now official 9th graders, Ruby Csupo and Alana Baer are all smiles. Right: Ala Mahmoud and Nancy Walecki (not pictured) are recognized with the Principal's Award.

RIght: Chase Murrell, Ala Mahmoud, Nash Goldstein, Spencer Sinding, Ben Le, Alex Plank, Devin Sarantinos, Brooklyn Gordon, Misha Maguire, Hannah Gruendemann, Natasha Rothenbucher, and Sasha Savitsky celebrate. Is this the last time they’ll step foot in the Middle School Quad? [15]


ANNUAL DECADES DAY BRINGS 1950’s TO MHS JUNIORS DISPLAY A WIDE RANGE OF PROJECTS

Each spring semester, the MHS Junior Class focuses on a single decade in American History. This year the students created projects that brought the 50’s to life in the old gym. Held the first Friday in June, parents and students are invited to hear the presentations.

ABOVE: Isabelle Anderson researched the life of Sylvia Plath while Emma Sittig introduced her classmates to the life of James Dean.

RIGHT: Britta Mosser and Bridget Helm focus on Hollywood and the Link Between Smoking and Cancer.

MALIBU HIGH CHEERLEADERS: PLACE FIRST in LAS VEGAS

FIrst row left to right: Yasi Afsharnive, Itzel Romero, Canaya Rhea, Dawnie Perry, Jade Collins-Parnell, Ysidora Bravo. 2nd row left to right: Kelly Watson, Mia Nunuz, Paige Schwimer, Jessica Murray, Regina Estrada, Davis Faherty (not pictured: Eden Delgado)

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Flyers from front to back, Davis Faherty, Regina Estrada, Yasi Afsharnive


LIBRARY is BUSIEST PLACE on CAMPUS AS STUDENTS RETURN BOOKS AND CLEAR THEIR ACCOUNTS FOR GRADUATION

Joe Dimercurio signs off on Gabi Lluch’s library account and gives the all clear for graduation. Every senior has to make sure they have no overdue books on record before the big day. Denise Peak helps check in library books in the computer lab. Students who do not turn in all of their books will not receive their grades in the mail this June or their class schedule in the August Mailer. Over the summer, books may be turned in in the Attendance Office on days it is open.

MHS PTSA Hears Superintendent Speak at Final Meeting of the Year

Sixth Graders End the Year with ROMAN FEAST. TOGAS REQUIRED.

Incoming Executive Vice President and PTA Veteran Karen Farrer (right) greets Superintendent Sandy Lyon (left) at the June PTSA Association meeting. Lyon summarized the recent progress of the new fundraising policy workshops and announced her goals for next year that include negotiating a new contract with teachers and struggling with ever shrinking per pupil dollars Sohrob Eslamieh and his Roman colleague, R.J. from Sacramento. don togas for the Roman feast held in Ms.

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HONORARY SERVICE AWARDS GIVEN AT TEACHER APPRECIATION LUNCHEON For many years, the Malibu High PTSA has held a luncheon in the spring for all teachers and staff as a way of showing our community’s appreciation for the hard work that educators do. The teachers are treated to a delicious lunch away from campus where they can be together and have some fun. Awards for excellence are also presented. Shown at left, Kathryn Ibarra congratulates the teachers honored for their dedication and service to Malibu High students. From left to right: PTSA President,Kathryn Ibarra; Joe DiMercurio (Librarian); Lisa Szilagyi (Special Education); Melisa Andino (Math/Cheer) and Patrick Miller (Math/Golf). Not pictured: Ray Humphrey. Left: Marilyn Manning gets a helping hand from Coach Lloyd in a challenging game of limbo. Right: Katy Lapajne, waits in line with anticipation as Elisabeth Flohr shows proper limbo technique. Below: Ladies who lunched: JuliaCheri Hoos, Julie Jones,Juliette Boewe and Rachel Stowell.

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WHOOPING COUGH VACCINE REQUIRED FOR Incoming 7th Graders AB 354: The New 7th – 12th Grade California Immunization Law (California Department of Public Health, Immunization Branch)

Whooping cough is very dangerous for young babies. What if my child has had whooping cough recently or in the past? Your child will still need a Tdap booster shot. Immunity developed after having whooping cough disease wears off, leaving your child at risk for getting whooping cough again. A Tdap booster shot is needed to both protect your child in the future and to meet the school requirement.

What PARENTS Need To Know What is the new Tdap requirement for 7th – 12th graders? In July 2011, a new law (AB 354) changed California immunization requirements for all students entering 7th-12th grade. The law requires: For the next school year (2012-13) and future school years, all students entering into 7th grade will need proof of a Tdap shot to start school.

Where can my child get vaccinated? Children should visit their regular doctor or health care provider to get their Tdap shot. Children 18 years old and younger who are uninsured or underinsured may qualify for the Vaccines for Children Program. To find a provider near you, call 1-877-243-8832 or visit: www.eziz.org/pages/vfc_locations2.html. Some local pharmacies and Health Departments may also offer the Tdap vaccine.

What is Tdap? Tdap is a booster vaccine for older children, adolescents, and adults. It safely protects against 3 dangerous diseases: tetanus, diphtheria, and whooping cough (also called pertussis). Why was the Tdap requirement added? This new requirement will help protect your child and others in your school and community from whooping cough. Whooping cough is a serious disease that causes coughing fits that can last for months. It can be deadly for infants. In recent years, whooping cough has been increasing in the United States. In 2010, whooping cough was widespread in California.

What if my 7th grader does not have proof of a Tdap shot before school starts? He/She may not start school. Any incoming 7th grader who does not have proof of getting a Tdap booster shot will not be allowed to start school until proof of immunization is given to the school. Are immunization exemptions allowed under California law? The same exemptions for children entering kindergarten apply.

What are the diseases tetanus, diphtheria and whooping cough (pertussis)? ! Tetanus – (also called lockjaw) causes painful tightening of the muscles. It can lead to “locking” of the jaw so the person cannot open his/her mouth or swallow. ! Diphtheria – is a throat infection that can lead to breathing problems, paralysis, heart failure and death. ! Whooping cough – (also called pertussis) is a contagious disease that causes violent coughing fits that makes it hard to breathe. It spreads easily when someone with the disease coughs or sneezes. Symptoms can last for months.

Where can I go for more information? For more information, visit the California Department of Public Health, Immunization Branch website at http://www.getimmunizedca.org.

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Summertime is a great time to browse all of the online resources Malibu High maintains on its website. Just click on the links below and you will be taken to a world of information and helpful ways to help you and your student get the most out of our MHS website. KEEP UP TO DATE WITH WITH MHS’ ONLINE CALENDARS, DAILY BULLETIN AND NEWSLETTER School Calendar http://malibuhigh.org/news_calendar

College and Career Center http://malibuhigh.org/collegeandcareercenter Community Service Learning Calendar http://malibuhigh.org/community_service_learning_calendar Athletics Calendar http://malibuhigh.org/athletics Daily Bulletin and Newsletters http://malibuhigh.org/daily-bulletin

KEEP UP TO DATE ON YOUR CHILD’S HOMEWORK AND GRADES Illuminate http://malibuhigh.org/academics_illuminate Homework Links http://malibuhigh.org/about_us_directory_homework

GET INVOLVED AND SUPPORT MHS Sign up for Scrip (Grocery Loyalty Program) You Buy Groceries MHS Gets $$$ http://malibuhigh.org/parents_scrip_program Donate to The Shark http://malibuhigh.org/get-involved-shark-fund [20]


Board of Education Regular Meeting – Thurs., June 7, 2012 Board Notes is provided as a public information service from the Office of the Superintendent and is intended to provide an immediate summary of the Board of Education’s action and discussion on significant projects and services from the most recent board meeting.  Not all items that were listed on the board agenda are included in this report.  Please contact the Superintendent’s Office (310.450.8338 x70229) with questions about this summary.  

   Last week, the board took action on the following: The board approved the appointment of Dr. Mark Kelly as the new Director of Student Services, Ms. Shirley Compton as the Principal of Grant Elementary School, and Dr. Pamela Herkner-Chasse as the Principal of Juan Cabrillo Elementary School.  Ms Marolyn Freedman, Mr. Alan Friedenberg, and Mr. Barry Yates, who have been serving in these positions, are retiring at the end of June.  The superintendent also announced that Dr. Sally Chou, Chief Academic Officer, will be retiring in June as well.    The board approved the Los Angeles County Expulsion Plan, which is a basic plan to address the needs of all expelled pupils in Los Angeles County, as required by Education Code Section 48926.   Last week, the board discussed the following: Fiscal staff presented the Preliminary General Fund Budget for 2012-13.  Board members asked questions regarding the required 3% reserve fund balance, teacher-to-student ratios, and the assumptions on which expenditures for next year are based.    The board held its annual joint meeting with the Financial Oversight Committee (FOC).  The FOC answered board questions regarding the loss of Redevelopment Agency (RDA) funds and what other school districts are doing to partner with local businesses for fundraising purposes. The board heard from the Superintendent’s Advisory Group (SAG) Task Committees, the Education Foundation’s fundraising consultant, and the superintendent regarding the elements and timeline associated with the implementation of centralized fundraising.  The board provided input on the timeline and process of implementation.  This coming school year (2012-13) will see the crafting of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Education Foundation, the development of a procedure for raising and distributing funds, and the beginning of fundraising one year in advance of full implementation.  By the end of 2013-14, all employees who had been paid for using site donations will be funded through centralized fundraising, and a Superintendent’s Advisory Council will assist in prioritizing how funds that had been raised the year before will meet the district’s needs as well as assure that funds will be available for the next school year (2014-15).  The MOU with Education Foundation will be reviewed annually.  [21]


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In order to allow board members to hear presentations at an earlier hour, and also to allow district staff an opportunity to go home at a reasonable time and prepare for the next work day, the board discussed new structure and timing scenarios for its regular meetings.  Staff will bring this item back for action on June 27.   Special Note:

The board recognized this year’s retirees at the beginning of the board meeting.  There was also a reception prior to the meeting.

The board recognized this year’s student board members for serving as representatives from their respective high schools. The student board members introduced their counterparts for the 2012-13 school year.   Upcoming board items (schedule subject to change): District Advisory Committees (DACs) End-of-Year Reports – communication/information on 6/27/12 Alter Board of Ed Meeting Structure and Timing – action on June 27, 2012 Public Hearing on the 2012-13 Budget – action on 6/27/12 Adopt the 2012-13 Budget – action on 6/27/12 Appoint Members to the District Advisory Committees (DACs) – action on 6/27/12 Report on Activities at Samohi to Address Campus Climate (2011-12) and Moving Forward (2012-13) –discussion on 6/27/12 Economic Feasibility Committee Polling Report – discussion on 6/27/12 Assessment and Accountability Update – discussion on 6/27/12 Transitional Kindergarten Course of Study – discussion on 6/27/12

BOARD OF EDUCATION ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR DISTRICT ADVISORY COMMITTEES The Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District Board of Education is currently accepting applications for openings on its district advisory committees (DACs).  Applications can be found at http://www.smmusd.org/DAC/pdf/DACappEngSP.pdf.    Members of the public are encouraged to apply to serve on one of the following committees: Early Child Care and Development, Health and Safety, Special Education, and Visual and Performing Arts.  Membership terms range from one to four years to allow for a balance of expiring terms each year.    In order for applications to be considered by the Board of Education at its June 27, 2012, meeting, completed applications must be received no later than June 19.  Applications received after June 19 will be considered at a later board meeting.       District advisory committees provide a method whereby citizens and educators can understand better the attitudes and opinions that are held in the school-community environment.  Such a committee shall have as its purpose improved communication and understanding. It is not the intention that advisory committees become policy-making bodies or that they manage or direct the schools. Committees are advisory in nature only; that is, they inquire, inform, suggest, recommend. It is assumed, however, that through improved understanding and information, the district can and will move in the direction of clearly demonstrated needs and desires of the community to be served.   All DAC members are expected to: 1.   Keep learning and achievement for all students as the primary focus 2.   Value, support, and advocate for public education 3.   Recognize and respect differences of perspective and style on the committee and among staff, students, parents, and the community 1. Conduct him/herself in a dignified and professional manner, treating everyone with civility and respect [22] To learn more about each DAC, please visit: http://www.smmusd.org/DAC/index.html.


Our Mission is to significantly enhance the lives of youth to fulfill their potential as caring, productive contributing citizens. For more information go to malibuyouth.org

Boys and Girls Club Summer Workshops and Classes B-Safe Driving School Is your teen ready to start driving? Classes will begin July 23rd to 27th, from 10:00am - 3:00pm. Price is $120 for current members and $165 for non-members. Sign-up in person at the Club or by phone at 310.457.2582. ELS – Pepperdine Camp Want to learn about other countries and cultures? Interact with teens from foreign countries as English Language Services (ELS) from Pepperdine University and Boys & Girls Club of Malibu come together this summer for discussions, carnivals, and beach trips. Free! Skateboarding Clinic From beginners to experts, all are welcome to come skate! Whether you've never skated before or want a chance to perfect new tricks, join us here at The Club. Clinics will include basic skating fundamentals, basic trick instruction and possibly dropping in on the half pipe if you dare! Clinics are taught by Andy Bearer, former instructor at Brigade Skate Camp. This is a four week clinic on Mondays from 1pm to 3pm, starting June 18th. Free! Iron Chef This four week course thought by a Chef teaches teens how to cook delicious foods such as pizza, pasta, and desserts from scratch while also teaching them essential kitchen safety skills. Begins July 2nd. Free! Surf Camp Hang 10 during this beginner’s instruction to surfing! All surfing levels are welcome, boards will be provided (you must bring your own wetsuit). First session begins July 10th. Cost is $45 per session and scholarships are available. Art Classes - See Calendar on Following Pages for Art Class information, cost is $10 per session. Outdoor Activities Beach Trips Join us for a fun day under the sun at a local Malibu beach! Hiking Adventures Explore a new hiking trail on every trip, lead by experienced staff members! Water Wars Cool off at the Club by joining us in a new water themed game every week, expect to get soaked! Field Trips Sign up for our weekly fieldtrips including Disneyland, Magic Mountain, Dodger’s Game, and more; availability is based on a firstcome first-serve basis. Each trip has a different cost, listed on each permission slip. Please call Siugen Constanza or Mayra Herrera at 310.457.2582 should you have any questions regarding our programs. THE CLUB’S business hours are 9:30am-6:30pm. Interested in making a donation to the Malibu Foundation to help support Boys & Girls Club? Please call Kasey Earnest at 310-457-1400. [23]


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All fieldtrips require a permission slip signed by the parent or guardian. Fieldtrip fees are located on all permission slips. For a full description of workshops & fieldtrips please see a CLUB Staff Member.


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