The Phoenix. June 21, 2018

Registration for the 2018-2019 School Year

Save the DateNote: You must be zoned for Korematsu or be pre-approved through the transfer process

August 7, 8, 9
9:00 a.m. – Noon

August 7th = 7th graders
August 8th = 8th graders
August 9th = Transfers and anyone not able to make it the first two days.

If these dates don’t work for you, don’t worry.

Come in the following week.
No one is penalized or shut out of classes if they are unavailable to attend.

Registration Packet

Registration Packets
Registration Packets mail home in July.
Look for them!
Documents will also be available online.

INCOMING STUDENTS IMMUNIZATION RECORDS NEEDED!

Immunization RecordsPlease bring immunization records to registration

There are new-ish (a few years old) requirements for incoming 7th graders,
Check with your physician to be sure.
Most likely, they will need immunizations before entering 7th grade.

Click here for more info

ALL-SCHOOL ICE CREAM SOCIAL

Ice Cream SocialSAVE THE DATE!

PTSA – SPONSORED

Meet new friends and catch up with old

Saturday, August 18, 2018

3:00 -5:00 p.m.
Castro Clubhouse
1420 Norvell St, El Cerrito, CA 94530

Around the corner from Korematsu Middle School. Click on the address above for a map.

VOLUNTEERS WANTED (AND APPRECIATED)!

Help WantedWe’ve got lots of ways for you to be involved in our school.
Read on, and if anything interests you, please contact us at korematsuptsa@gmail.com and we’ll tell you all about it!

Here are a few featured spots…..

Teacher Treat Day Coordinator
This is THE MOST LOVED teacher and staff activity at the school.
Coordinate the once-monthly teacher and staff luncheon.
The position involves publishing and maintaining a spreadsheet of food donations and volunteers.
It is helpful if you can be there (second Friday of most months), but this is not required.
Donations are plentiful and volunteers always help out.
We just need someone (or two) to head it up.

FUNDRAISING CHAIR
Head up the PTSA’s fundraising efforts.
Coordinate our Annual Giving campaign,
restaurant nights and assemble our Celebrate Korematsu team.
Have you worked on an auction for one of our elementary schools?
You are perfect!
Other projects can be added as well.

REFLECTIONS CHAIR
Reflections is PTA’s visual and performing arts contest.
The Reflections chair assembles a team to promote the Reflections contest,
communicates rules and due dates, and works to coordinate the arts showcase.
This is a great opportunity to work with students and encourage and showcase their artistic creativity!

INTERESTED IN ANY OF THESE THREE?
Contact us! korematsuptsa@gmail.com

CALENDAR!

We are already populating the calendar!

We are already populating the Korematsu calendar.
The calendar is available here

NEVER MISS AN EVENT!
You can subscribe to the calendar by clicking on the “+Google Calendar” button at the bottom of the calendar.

+ Google CalendarKorematsu events will automatically be added to your personal Google calendar.

KOREMATSU MIDDLE SCHOOL SUMMER BAND CAMP

KOREMATSU MIDDLE SCHOOL SUMMER BAND CAMP

MESSAGE FROM SUPERINTENDENT DUFFY LEADERSHIP CHANGE EL CERRITO HIGH SCHOOL

June 19, 2018

Dear ECHS Community,

I hope you are enjoying your summer break. I am writing to let you know that next year, there will be a new principal at El Cerrito High School. Edith Jordan-McCormick will be working in a different leadership position in the district. We will immediately undertake the process to select a new principal and I look forward to your participation in that process.

Meetings with parents, students and staff are scheduled for Monday, June 25th at ECHS. The staff meeting will take place at 4:30 pm in the library and a wider community meeting at 6 pm in the auditorium. If enough students are present, we will also make special time for them toward the end of the meeting.

These meetings will be specifically tailored around input regarding skills and competencies the community would be looking for in their next leader. The position will be posted on Wednesday and interviews will be planned for July 9 and July 10. The interview process will be community based,meaning that a few teachers, parents and community will be invited to participate in the process via stakeholder groups. Details of that process will be shared during the meetings and by email following the meeting.

Next year, El Cerrito High School will be supervised by two executive directors, Julio Franco and Anne Shin, as part of a shift to a Secondary Schools office to better support middle and high schools. Both of them are experienced principals and leaders in the District. You will have an opportunity to meet them later this summer.

The school is also hiring an additional vice principal. We will be interviewing for that position in the coming weeks.

Thank you for your continued support and patience during these changes. I look forward to the continued success of the students and staff at El Cerrito High School.

In partnership,

Matthew Duffy
Superintendent

MENSAJE DE SUPERINTENDENT DUFFY CAMBIAR DE DIRECTOR DE ESCUELA EL CERRITO HIGH SCHOOL

Estimada Comunidad de ECHS,

Espero que estén disfrutando de sus vacaciones de verano. Les escribo para informarles que el próximo año, habrá un nuevo director(a) en El Cerrito High School. Edith Jordan-McCormick estará trabajando en una posición de liderazgo diferente en el distrito. Inmediatamente comenzaremos el proceso para seleccionar un nuevo director y espero su participación en ese proceso.

Las reuniones con los padres y el personal docente están programadas para el lunes, 25 de junio en ECHS. La reunión del personal docente tendrá lugar a las 4:30 p.m. en la biblioteca y una reunión más amplia de la comunidad a las 6 p.m. en el auditorio. Esta reunión se enfocará específicamente sobre las habilidades y competencias que la comunidad quiere en su próximo líder. El puesto se publicará el miércoles y las entrevistas se planificarán para el 9 de julio y el 10 de julio. El proceso de entrevista será comunitario, lo que significa que algunos maestros, padres y miembros de la comunidad serán invitados a participar en el proceso. Los detalles de ese proceso se compartirán durante las reuniones y por correo electrónico después de la reunión.

El próximo año, la escuela secundaria El Cerrito será supervisada por dos directores ejecutivos, Julio Franco y AnneShin, como parte de un cambio a una oficina central de Escuelas Secundarias para apoyar mejor a las escuelas intermedias y secundarias. Ambos son directores con experiencia y líderes en el Distrito. Tendrán la oportunidad de conocerlos más adelante este verano.

La escuela también está contratando un subdirector adicional. Estaremos entrevistando para ese puesto en las próximas semanas.

Gracias por su continuo apoyo y paciencia durante estos cambios. Espero con interés el éxito continuo de los estudiantes y el personal de El Cerrito High School.

En asociación,

Matthew Duffy
Superintendente

EL CERRITO HIGH SCHOOL ETREE

Headed to El Cerrito High School?

Get on the e tree!

EMAIL: ECHSETREE@gmail.com
and ask to be added to the e tree.

NOTE: Email from the high school can be quite voluminous.
Consider opening up a separate email account to receive that communication stream.

The Phoenix June 7, 2018

NOON DISMISSAL TODAY

Last Day of SchoolSchool reconvenes August 20, 2018.
Have a great summer break!

PROMOTION THANK YOU

Thank YouA big thank you to the Korematsu Middle School community for coming together
and working to make the 8th grade Promotion activities and ceremony yesterday a success.

VOLUNTEER THANK YOU

Thank you VolunteersAnd Thank You to all of our Volunteers!!
Whether you…..
Drove on field trips
Helped with band performances
Donated to the yard sale
Helped with yearbook
Lent your IT skills
Helped out with promotion activities
Contributed to Teacher Treat Day
Sat on a committee or the SSC
Helped with sports and homework
Helped with Celebrate Korematsu
Supported us financially
…..and the other million ways
you all supported our school community and our kids,
we deeply Thank You!
It took all of us to raise the standard of this school,
and it takes all of us to continue to improve it!

We have volunteer opportunities available for 2018-2019.
Watch for our posts.
We’d love to have you!

Registration for the 2018-2019 School Year

Note: You must be zoned for Korematsu or be pre-approved through the transfer process

August 7, 8, 9
9:00 a.m. – Noon

August 7th = 7th graders
August 8th = 8th graders
August 9th = Transfers and anyone not able to make it the first two days.

If these dates don’t work for you, don’t worry.
Come in the following week.
No one is penalized or shut out of classes.

Information about Registration will publish over the summer.

Information about Registration will publish over the summer.
Registration Packets mail home in July.

INCOMING STUDENTS IMMUNIZATION RECORDS NEEDED!

Please bring immunization records to registration

There are new-ish (a few years old) requirements for incoming 7th graders,
Check with your physician to be sure.
Most likely, they will need immunizations before entering 7th grade.

Click here for more info

KOREMATSU MIDDLE SCHOOL SUMMER BAND CAMP

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EL CERRITO HIGH SCHOOL SPEECH & DEBATE TEAM

Unnamed 38th graders:
Thinking about joining the debate team at ECHS next year?

You can get a head start, and have fun, by attending a local debate camp this summer.

The Practice Space in El Cerrito is offering several debate camps taught by current and former ECHS coaches, including a debate intensive for two weeks in July, 8:30-3:30, Mon-Fri, from July 16-27, 2018.

More information is available here:
https://www.practice-space.org/events/competitive-debate-intensive/

The camp will be divided into newcomers and more experienced debaters.

If the dates don’t work for you, or you’re looking for a different experience, you can sign up for the general summer camps at the Practice Space, which will also cover basic debate skills.

https://www.practice-space.org/events/

Thanks!
Joel Jacobs
ECHS Debate Coach

Nature & Environment Day Camp

July 30 – August 3, 2018
9:00am – 3:00pm @ Camp Herms
1100 James Place, El Cerrito CA

Open to all students ages 12-17 years. — This event is not restricted to Scouts, but Scouts can earn merit badges at this camp.

Event Cost: $325 per participant

This day camp gives small groups of participants the opportunity to learn to think and work like a naturalist to fully appreciate a portion of our natural environment and the role of wise practices of land management, conservation, and restoration in securing a sustainable ecosystem for the future.

The day camp is centered at Camp Herms and nearby East Bay Regional Park lands. Participants will investigate the Wildcat Creek watershed and see for themselves how biotic and abiotic forces shape and change the watershed’s ecology.

This is an in-depth and hands-on way to learn from expert University of California instructors how to critically observe and scientifically study our natural environment. Participants will study insects, birds, plants, animals, water courses, micro-climates, and so much more.

Participants will be responsible for their own meals.

For applications and more information, go to:

http://www.mdscbsa.org/events/nature-environment-day-camp/

Applications will be accepted first-come, first-served. Application deadline July 1, 2018.

Dr. Len Bjeldanes, Ph.D Program Director lbjeldanes@gmail.com
Dr. Betsy Mitchell, Ph.D. Program Coordinator betsyjm@berkeley.edu

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Jazz+Art+Dance Under the Stars Monday June 4th 6:30pm

Dear Korematsu Parents and Guardians:

Our school’s Visual and Performing Arts Program is coming together during Jazz Under the Stars. The event will take place in our school’s amphitheater in front of the multipurpose room this coming Monday, June 4th starting at 6:30pm. Our jazz band will hold a concert, dance students will perform, and art students will exhibit artwork.

At the end of the show we plan to have a potluck. You are welcome to bring food to share.

Please bring your family and friends in support of our school’s VAPA program!

Sincerely,
Korematsu VAPA teachers

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The Phoenix May 31, 2018

Does your student use the public library?

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Librarians from the Contra Costa County public library system will be at the Korematsu library at lunch on Monday to share information about the public library and the summer reading program.

If students don’t have library cards yet, they should get an application from the library or their English teacher before Monday, and then they can get a card on Monday.

Ask Ms. Bogie if you have any questions.

Jazz+Art+Dance Under the Stars

JazzMonday June 4th, 2018 Amphitheater outside MPR

6 p.m. Art Show opens
6:30 p.m. Dance performance followed by Girls’ Jazz Workshop, Jazz Band & Jazz Ensemble

8TH GRADE PROMOTION CEREMONY

ATTENTION 8TH GRADE STUDENTS AND PARENTS. CONGRATULATIONS 8TH GRADE STUDENTS (and Parents)!

The year is almost over and the Promotion Ceremony is coming up.

Crucial information is contained below; please call (510) 231-1449 if you have questions.

Eighth Grade Picnic
Tuesday June 5th, 2018
12:30 – 2:25 PM

Promotion Rehearsal
Tuesday June 5th, 2018
Period 7 and 1

Promotion Ceremony
Wednesday June 6th, 2018
6:00 PM Sharp

ATTIRE
Dressy attire (e.g. suitable for church/synagogue/mosque) is recommended; however, tuxedos, long gowns, and other formal attire are inappropriate.

Clothing with spaghetti straps or that exposes bare shoulders and/or torsos will NOT be acceptable.

We caution against shoes with tall heels since students will be going up and down stairs.

PRACTICE / TICKETS / LOCATION
Student practice will take place June 5th during periods 7 and 1.

Students will receive two tickets only due to the size of the class.

There will be space for more audience members but we cannot guarantee seating.

There will be standing room. The ceremony will be outside on our upper-yard area.

Parents will be able to sit on the short concrete walls/steps, at the picnic tables and in all the available chairs we can provide, and we are requesting and encouraging parents to bring camp/portable chairs.

The setting is stunning and should provide our students with a great outdoor promotion experience, but you may want to dress warm.

ARRIVAL / STUDENTS
Parents: Drop off students at Korematsu. Students must arrive at 5:30 PM and report to the gym.

This is very important.

Students who are not in their area when they begin lining up will not be allowed to participate in the processional.

Students must be lined up by 5:45PM.

Students should take all personal belongings with them or give them to their parent/guest to hold before reporting to the line-up area.

ARRIVAL / PARENTS
After dropping your student off, parents/guests should present their tickets at the Lawrence street gate above the upper-yard.

We will be accepting tickets from 5:15 – 5:55 PM.

Many areas of the school will be cordoned off.

The Lawrence gate entrance is the only place that parents/ guests should be gathered.

NO one may enter the upper-yard through a different door.

There will be NO parents / guests allowed near the “line-up” area while students are lining up.

Parents/guests must present a ticket to gain admission to the ceremony.

PROCESSIONAL
Parents and guests must be seated when the processional starts (6:00 PM Sharp).

NO one will be allowed to enter once the processional starts.

Please remain within the designated seating areas during the processional and for the remainder of the ceremony.

While students are in line or in their seats, PLEASE DO NOT DISTRACT THEM by calling out names or other cheers until all of the certificates have been given out.

We are all looking forward to the Promotional Ceremony.

We need the cooperation of both Parents and Students for the ceremony to run smoothly.

PARKING
Parking is limited at Korematsu and the upper parking lot will be closed accommodate guests.

Please park along the school and next to the park. Please carpool if possible.

Please exercise the utmost care and respect for our neighbors when visiting.
Please use your best parking and driving behavior, observe all rules and regulations, never block a driveway.

Consider parking a few blocks away and walking to campus.

** STUDENTS ON ACTIVE SUSPENSION ON 6/6/18 ARE NOT ALLOWED TO PARTICIPATE IN SCHOOL ACTIVITIES PER WCCUSD BASIC COMMITMENT- DISCIPLINE POLICY

VOLUNTEER 8TH GRADE PROMOTION CEREMONY

Thank you to all who have already signed up to help at the 8th Grade Promotion Activities. We need a few more volunteers at the Promotion Ceremony. Sign up on the Promotion Ceremony tab. Your help will be greatly appreciated!

CLICK HERE TO HELP!

8th Grade Promotion Activities

Dear Korematsu Families,

8th Grade Promotion to High School is fast approaching, and so are our celebration events! Attached is a flyer that explains the remaining activities.

For those who have already signed up to help, thank you! For those who haven’t, there are still a few open slots that need your assistance. In particular, help is still needed tying ribbons to fake diplomas (we need to make 300 or so “fake” certificates this coming weekend), as well as a few volunteers to help pass out certificates after the ceremony. Contact Jenny Han (jentohan@gmail.com) if you have questions regarding either tasks.

Please note there will be a light reception immediately following the Promotion Ceremony. This will be a great opportunity for students to say farewell and take memorable pictures in a decorated photo area.

Please contact either Rula Craner at rula_craner@yahoo.com OR Negar Souza at thesouzafamily@comcast.net with any questions.

CLICK HERE TO HELP!

Thank you,
Rula & Negar

8th Grade Promotion Activities 2018

The Phoenix May 24, 2018

NO SCHOOL MEMORIAL DAY

Memorial DayWe’ll see everyone Tuesday, May 29th

ARE YOU HEADED TO EL CERRITO HIGH? COME CHECK US OUT!!

ECHS Spring FestEl Cerrito High School’s Leadership Class invites you to…

El Cerrito High School’s SPRING FEST

Thursday, May 24, 2018
3:40 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
El Cerrito High School Quad
540 Ashbury Avenue El Cerrito, CA 94530

Let’s celebrate SPRING!

Join us at this free community-centered event!

Entertainment and Performances by our school’s classes and clubs!

Light food and beverage will be sold. Tickets will be available day of on the Quad.

This is the perfect opportunity to find out what’s happening at your local high school.

We’ll see you there!

Sponsored By ECHS Leadership
Questions? Please contact us at: gaucholeadership@gmail.com, or by phone at (510)-231-1437 ext. 26520 or Pat Jimenez at 510-381-1092

ONE MORE CHANCE TONIGHT TO COME TO THE FIRST ANNUAL KOREMATSU DANCE PERFORMANCE!

Dance
Who: Level Two dance students
When: Wednesday 5/23 & Thursday 5/24
Time: 7:00 pm show (doors open at 6:30)
Where: Korematsu MPR
Tickets: Suggested $4.00 donation at the door

Jazz & Art Under the Stars

Monday June 4th 2018
7:00 p.m.
Korematsu Amphitheater

The Korematsu Girls’ Jazz Workshop, Jazz Band and Jazz Ensemble will play at 7pm on Monday, June 4 in the amphitheater outside the MPR. Korematsu Art Program students will showcase their work as well.

8th Grade Promotion Activities : June 5th & 6th 2018

Unnamed 1Dear Korematsu Families,

8th Grade Promotion to High School is fast approaching, and so are our celebration events!

Promotion Rehearsal
Tuesday June 5, 2018 10 a.m.

8th Grade Picnic at Castro Park
Tuesday June 5, 2018 12:30 – 2:30 p.m

Promotion Ceremony Amphitheater outside Korematsu MPR
Wednesday June 6, 2018 6:00 p.m.

For those who have already signed up to help, thank you!
For those who haven’t, we still need you!
We have included a link to a google doc that you can sign up.

Please note there are 3 tabs on the sign up sheet.

You can contact either Rula Craner at rula_craner@yahoo.com OR Negar Souza at thesouzafamily@comcast.net for more info, clarification or questions.

CLICK HERE TO HELP!

Thank you,
Rula and Negar

All Year- End events are on our calendar

May 2018


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The Phoenix May 17, 2018

FIRST ANNUAL KOREMATSU DANCE PERFORMANCE

Dance
Who: Level Two dance students
When: Wednesday 5/23 & Thursday 5/24
Time: 7:00 pm show (doors open at 6:30)
Where: Korematsu MPR
Tickets: Suggested $4.00 donation at the door

PTSA SURVEY

Hello fabulous Korematsu families,

Thank you to those who participated in our parent workshop on executive function, at the last PTSA meeting.

We’d be grateful for some (brief) feedback from you. If possible, please complete this 2-minute survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/7LXXY3H

Here is the link to the video we watched: https://developingchild.harvard.edu/resources/inbrief-executive-function-skills-for-life-and-learning/

Thank you for passing it on.

Please let me know if you have any questions. We’d be happy to come back in the fall!

In community,
Lisa Miller
Director

2436 Sacramento Street
Berkeley, CA 94702

1050 Bridgeway
Sausalito, CA 94965
510.540.8646
www.classroommatters.com

TEACHER LUNCHEON THANK YOU

We want to say Thank You to our hard working Teacher Luncheon coordinator, Astrid Broberg, and all of you who helped out and contributed to the monthly teacher/staff luncheons at Korematsu. The staff really appreciates and looks forward to it and it wouldn’t happen without your efforts. Thank you, thank you, thank you!

EMBRACING DISCOMFORT

ThePracticeSpace 85You are invited to “Embracing Discomfort: The Practice Space Celebrates Community Voices,” a community-centered event focused on celebrating public speaking and performance.

Join us for a showcase featuring speeches and stories by students from El Cerrito High School, and The Practice Space, a non-profit helping people communicate and speak effectively. Celebrate our one-year anniversary with dinner, music, community booths, speeches, and stories! This event is free to all – RSVP at embracingdiscomfort.eventbrite.com.

When: Sunday, May 20, 2018, 6:30pm Dinner Reception, 7pm-9pm Student and Adult Performances

Where: East Bay Center for the Performing Arts, Community Theater, 339 11th Street, Richmond, CA 94801.

Who We Are: The Practice Space is a non-profit that builds confidence and community voice through communication skill development. We provide educational content and supportive practice experiences to improve the culture of communication in schools and communities. Our programs help people of all ages communicate effectively, address social anxieties, be authentic, and feel connected to others. We develop leaders who can help people feel comfortable speaking up, learn from each other, and elevate underrepresented voices. Visit www.practice-space.org for more information.

ARE YOU HEADED TO EL CERRITO HIGH? COME CHECK US OUT!!

ECHS Spring FestEl Cerrito High School’s Leadership Class invites you to…

El Cerrito High School’s SPRING FEST

Thursday, May 24, 2018
3:40 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
El Cerrito High School Quad
540 Ashbury Avenue El Cerrito, CA 94530

Let’s celebrate SPRING!

Join us at this free community-centered event!

Entertainment and Performances by our school’s classes and clubs!

Light food and beverage will be sold. Tickets will be available day of on the Quad.

This is the perfect opportunity to find out what’s happening at your local high school.

We’ll see you there!

Sponsored By ECHS Leadership
Questions? Please contact us at: gaucholeadership@gmail.com, or by phone at (510)-231-1437 ext. 26520 or Pat Jimenez at 510-381-1092

The Phoenix May 10, 2018

Last teacher luncheon of the school year

Mexican FodTomorrow – Friday May 11th 2018

Let the teachers know how much we appreciate their work this year! This month’s theme is Cinco de Mayo! Bring your favorite Mexican dishes. Tamales, Floutas, burritos, salads, tacos, so much to choose from.T hanks for all the help during this school year. Questions email Astrid Broberg liissaUSA@aol.com

Sign Up

PROMOTION TO HIGH SCHOOL

Dear Korematsu Families,

Can you believe we only have 3 weeks until graduation? This year has zoomed by!

Graduation is a special time for 8th grade families. Many of them move on together to El Cerrito High, and some fly off to other schools, so for our 8th graders, the graduation commencement events are vastly important.

That being said, we can not pull off all the activities without your help!

There are 3 events that need 7th AND 8th grade families to help with. We have included a link to a google doc that you can sign up.

The events are as follows:

6/5
1. Promotion practice: Before the picnic, parents are needed to help organize and supervise the 8th graders as they practice for the promotion ceremony.

2. Help with the 8th grade picnic: This happens prior to the kids vs. teachers softball game. We have 3 point persons already and need people to sign ups for food, set-up, clean-up etc. BOTH 7th & 8th Grade families can help!

6/6
3. Graduation: This is a huge event where the kids cross the stage. Tradition has been 7th grade families sign up to help with some of the larger day of jobs so 8th grade families can watch their babies cross the stage! Then next year, we continue that tradition and you get to sit back and watch your babies cross the stage!

There are other day/night-of items for 8th grade families as well as a sign-up to help order, pick-up & deliver appetizers, drinks & desserts to the school.

Please note there are 3 tabs on the sign up sheet!

Please contact either Rula Craner at rula_craner@yahoo.com OR Negar Souza at thesouzafamily@comcast.net for more info, clarification or questions.

CLICK HERE TO HELP!

WE NEED YOU! We cannot do this without your help!

Thank you,
Rula & Negar

BRIGHTBYTES AND WCCUSD

brightByesWCCUSDDear WCCUSD Parent/Guardian,

During the 2014-15 school year, our district started a partnership with BrightBytes, an educational software company in order to learn more about our technology use for student learning. Our goal is to gather data on a continuing basis regarding technology access and skills, and on our district’s technology environment, in order to understand the connection between technology use and student achievement.

To gain these insights, we provide BrightBytes with a complete picture of technology use at school and at home within our district. Students, teachers, and parents are asked to complete an online questionnaire twice a year to help us gather this data.

Your participation and support is important to us and will give us a more complete understanding of our district’s technology use. Our first step is to gather data from you, the members of our parent community. Below is a link to the parent survey, as well as a QR code which can be scanned with a mobile device running a QR code reader. This will allow you to access the survey on your smartphone or another mobile device (such as a tablet). Please note that the survey is short and should only take about 5 to 8 minutes of your time.

Thank you in advance for taking the time to complete this valuable survey.

Sincerely,

Matt Burnham, Principal

Korematsu Middle School Parent Survey

Click on this link to take the survey

brightBytes Survey

Last teacher luncheon of the school year

This Friday May 11th 2018

Let the teachers know how much we appreciate their work this year! This month’s theme is Cinco de Mayo! Bring your favorite Mexican dishes. Tamales, Floutas, burritos, salads, tacos,so much to choose from.

Thanks for all the help during this school year. Questions email Astrid Broberg liissaUSA@aol.com

Sign Up

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