Post-election reset opportunity! Embrace Kindness, and show support for our very own CSS Ladies, Evelyn Caballero O'Donnell and Rachel O'Connor on Thursday, November 17, as they walk the "catwalk" at the Ed! Ladies Night Out. Each one of these ladies will be modeling clothing, jewelry, makeup and hairstyles from "local" ES businesses. CLICK HERE
Enjoy as part of your entry ticket food and adult drinks from Andiamo's Pizzeria, the Standard Station, Blue Butterfly, Sausal, El Segundo Brewing Company, Ole Smokey Moonshine and Rob Rueben's distillery.
All proceeds from this fun fundraiser will benefit students at ESUSD. Go to www.ESEDF.org to get your tickets today.
Pledge to join CSS families in giving a gift to Hopi and Navajo children through Spirit of a Giving Heart. Our own Janet Read has been spearheading this effort for 17 years. She and Presley will be on the quad tomorrow and Thursday to answer questions and give out pledge forms. Click on the headline above for link to a video of these students and the backstory.
Tomorrow (Thursday, 11/10) is our Jog-a-thon. We are so proud that we have made our school goal! Thank you so much for all your support and efforts to raise funds for our school. Please keep the donations coming in. We will gladly accept donations and corporate fund matching anytime. ALL of these funds will be used to support fun activities and classroom supplies/technology for ALL of our students. Thank you!
Some quick reminders about tomorrow:
• Please come cheer your student on during the Jog-a-thon! We need parents on the course to mark the bibs, mist the runners and run our bubble blasters!!
• Please volunteer before or after your student runs, in the classroom or on the track. Please sign up at: http://signup.com/go/ULQMhJ or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
• It’s going to be hot!
o Please make sure your student has a water bottle for tomorrow with his/her name clearly labeled on it.
o Please wear light clothes (shorts and light shirts)
o And don’t forget the sunscreen.
o Please know that students will not be running the entire time of the Jog-a-thon. If it is hot during your student’s run time, then we will have walking laps and skipping laps and bunny hop laps and other ways to keep moving without getting over heated.
• Please have your student wear comfy shoes, as they will be moving.
The flow of the event is that students will get their bibs put on in the classroom, then go out to warm up with Coach Murray (our PE teacher), then they will run. After the run, we have a cool down area where students will have access to fresh fruit, pretzels, Pirate Booty and water. If your student has allergies, please make sure that they bring it to the attention of our volunteers, so we can help with checking the ingredients for them. Run/Walking times: 5th Grade - 8:45am; 4th Grade- 9:15am; 1st Grade - 9:45am; – TK/Kinder - 10:20am; 2nd Grade - 10:45am; 3rd Grade - 11:15am
If you have any questions, please email us at email@example.com.
Again, thank you for your support – we could not do this without you!
Kathleen & the Jog-a-thon Team
Keep the kindness going - please donate gently used shoes for people in Africa. Our sister school, RSS, is holding a shoe drive and we are jumping in to support their efforts. Please bring any style of shoe to school and drop into one of the boxes on the quad or in the cafeteria by November 4th. Shoes must be tied, taped or bagged together. RSS will be sending them to a community in Africa for their families. Thank you Kind Cougars!
Our annual Halloween Parade is this Friday, October 28th at 8:30 am. Please see below for guidelines:
• Location: Our parade will take place on the 4/5 playground and we ask parents who would like to watch to stand around the edges of the field.
• Costumes: Students are asked to wear their costumes to school. 1st -5th graders will change out of costumes after the parade, so please send a change of clothing if your child does not wear school clothes under his/her costume. Costumes must be school appropriate: safe, non-offensive, and not too frightening. If you have any doubt about the appropriateness of your child’s costume, you should probably save it for trick-or-treating on Monday night. ALL COSTUMES AND PROPS MUST BE PUT AWAY AFTER THE PARADE.
• Props: Last year, several students wrote persuasive letters to the school administration requesting that props be allowed at the parade. To validate their writing work and respond to their well-articulated request, we will allow non-violent props for the parade only. However, no toy guns, knives or weapons will be allowed.
• Masks: No masks that cover the face are permitted. Eye covers (Ninja Turtles, etc.) are allowed.
Thank you so much for your support!
Parents please join us from 6-7pm at the El Segundo High School Performing Arts Center for an interactive parent presentation with Jon Moffat titled, "How do I talk to my child about technology? They seem to know more than I do!" Topics addressed will include: What is the right age for my child to have a smartphone? What are my options? Learning about: tricks and scams and how to respond, some of the latest phone apps that could put you and your child at risk, Instagram, Snapchat, Kik, and many more, simple techniques to better connect with your child, using tools to create a technology contract for your family.
Our Cougars are ready to hit the track during lunch and recess. We need volunteers for grades 2-5 to get them off and running at recess. If you have any time during the day, please consider this FUN way to interact with your child and his/her friends!
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Kick-off Meeting: Information meeting on Friday, 9/25 at 8:30am in the Cafeteria.
To raise money for the school through collecting Box Tops/Labels for Education, we have a new monthly contest where your teacher can win a $10 gift card! (Please see attached flyer)
Just $10 to join the PTA and support our school. There is a classroom contest and the winner will be announced on Friday, September 25th!
Please click on the headline above to access the link.