The Phoenix August 24 2017

BACK TO SCHOOL PIZZA PICNIC!

TONIGHT!
WHAT’S FOR DINNER?….PIZZA!
THURSDAY, AUGUST 25th 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Korematsu Amphitheater (outside the Multipurpose Room)

Meet new families and reconnect with old, eat pizza, and learn more about school life at Korematsu. $5 per person (pizza, salad, drinks & dessert).

There are still a few more spots available where you can volunteer your time. Please sign up by clicking on this link

IT’S STILL NOT TOO LATE TO JOIN THE PTSA MEMBERSHIP OR MAKE DIRECT DONATIONS!

Sign up over our website. Go to KorematsuMiddleSchool.org. Click on the yellow “Donate” button, which will take you to our PayPal link. In the “Comments” field, enter “PTSA Membership” and we will do the rest!

FIRST PTSA and KOREMATSU MUSIC PARENTS MEETING OF THE YEAR!

TUESDAY, September 5, 2017

Korematsu Music Parents Association
Meets 6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Band Room

PTSA
Meets 7:00
Multipurpose Room

INTERESTED IN THE LATEST DEVELOPMENTS AND DIRECTIONS AT KOREMATSU?

Everyone is invited to come out and hear the “State of the School” address by Principal Matthew Burnham. You can review the agenda here!.

If you are a band parent, the KOREMATSU MUSIC PARENTS ASSOCIATION (BAND PARENTS) MEETING will be held from 6 PM to 7 PM in the Band Room on the same evening.

These meetings as OPEN TO ALL. You do not need to be a member to come, but you’ll need to be a member to vote!. Check us out! See what we do!

ANNUAL GIVING CAMPAIGN 2017

California K-12 public schools are still woefully underfunded. California ranks about #42 in per pupil spending.

At our school, your contribution helps to pay for much-needed extras such as:
A math tutor for enrichment, remedial, and after school homework help. This tutor is available to parents and guardians too!
Classroom grants for our teachers ( Read here….Not uncommon for teachers to pay for their own supplies! )
Library books, paper, assemblies, and more.

Please give to our Annual Giving Campaign 2017! For 50 days, from now to October 31, our goal is to raise $50,000. Every little bit counts. 55 cents a day would amount to almost $100 over the course of our school year. If every family donates $100 or more, we would surpass our fundraising goal. Please contribute what you can! For more details, See our Flyer and donate now!

FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL

FIRST DAY!

School begins Monday, August 21st
First Bell rings at 8:10 a.m. It is a Minimum Day. School ends at 1:25 p.m.

SCHEDULES & ID’s

Schedules given out at orientation were draft schedules. There could be changes. There will be lists posted around the school and also adults standing around campus holdings lists, directing students to their first period class. Once they are in their first period class, they will get a copy of their official schedule. If a student was unable to come and get their ID picture taken prior to the first day of school, they need to go to class and we will make an announcement letting them know when they can come to get their ID. This will NOT be done on the first day.

WHAT SHOULD I BRING?

  1. School ID on lanyard.
  2. Class schedule and map of campus.
  3. Sharpened pencils and erasers (mistakes OK!!).
  4. Lunch or meal card or cash to purchase.
  5. Binder with paper inside.
  6. Backpack to hold it all!
  7. Some returning students report they used a composition book for each class. You may need a 5-tab binder with pockets to hold handouts. Teachers will tell students what is required for class. If you buy ahead, save the receipt in case a teacher changes it up.
  8. You do not change for P.E. on the first day.

DROP OFFS AND PICK UPS

Drop off and pick up students at the marked, designated areas on Norvell and Lawrence. Drive around the school in a clockwise direction. For student safety, and to improve traffic flow, drop students on the school side of the street. Please do not drop off students directly in front of the school on Donal Avenue. In the mornings and afternoons, Donal Avenue is used by AC Transit and other buses, therefore, it must be kept clear so that the buses can make their stops.

PARKING

There is no parking on the school side of Donal Avenue. The school side of Donal Avenue must be kept clear for AC Transit and other bus use. Please park legally on Lawrence, Gladys or Norvell Streets.

Please respect our neighborhood and our neighbors. Please do not park in front of and block driveways …. even for a minute … and always follow traffic rules and regulations.

The Phoenix, August 17, 2017

AND AWAY WE GO!! WELCOME AND WELCOME BACK!

Another school year is round the corner. The Korematsu PTSA is here to help you navigate middle school. We also work closely with school administration to organize programs and events that support student success.

FIRST DAY!

School begins Monday, August 21st

First Bell rings at 8:10 a.m. It is a Minimum Day. School ends at 1:25 p.m.

SCHEDULES & ID’s

Schedules given out at orientation were draft schedules. There could be changes. There will be lists posted around the school and also adults standing around campus holdings lists, directing students to their first period class. Once they are in their first period class, they will get a copy of their official schedule. If a student was unable to come and get their ID picture taken prior to the first day of school, they need to go to class and we will make an announcement letting them know when they can come to get their ID. This will NOT be done on the first day.

WHAT SHOULD I BRING?

  1. School ID on lanyard.
  2. Class schedule and map of campus.
  3. Sharpened pencils and erasers (mistakes OK!!).
  4. Lunch or meal card or cash to purchase.
  5. Binder with paper inside.
  6. Backpack to hold it all!
  7. Some returning students report they used a composition book for each class. You may need a 5-tab binder with pockets to hold handouts. Teachers will tell students what is required for class. If you buy ahead, save the receipt in case a teacher changes it up.
  8. You do not change for P.E. on the first day.

DROP OFFS AND PICK UPS

Drop off and pick up students at the marked, designated areas on Norvell and Lawrence. Drive around the school in a clockwise direction. For student safety, and to improve traffic flow, drop students on the school side of the street. Please do not drop off students directly in front of the school on Donal Avenue. In the mornings and afternoons, Donal Avenue is used by AC Transit and other buses, therefore, it must be kept clear so that the buses can make their stops.

PARKING

There is no parking on the school side of Donal Avenue. The school side of Donal Avenue must be kept clear for AC Transit and other bus use. Please park legally on Lawrence, Gladys or Norvell Streets.

Please respect our neighborhood and our neighbors. Please do not park in front of and block driveways …. even for a minute … and always follow traffic rules and regulations.

AC Transit

AC Transit runs dedicated routes to and from Richmond. These routes run only on school days Monday to Friday and the schedules are timed to match the hours of local schools and operate only when schools are in session. Even though these buses are specific to school schedules, they are open to all passengers at regular fare. Find routes here! 667 668 675

HOW TO STAY INFORMED AND INVOLVED

SUBSCRIBE TO THE ETREE. Email us at korematsuptsa@gmail.com to be added. We publish The Phoenix,every Thursday (and occasional reminders when needed).

SUBSCRIBE TO OUR GOOGLE CALENDAR, which lists events at Korematsu.

How to subscribe:
1. Go to our Google Calendar.
2. Click on the “+GoogleCalendar” button in the lower right hand corner.
3. Follow the Google prompts and the Korematsu events will now populate your calendar!

“LIKE” US ON FACEBOOK – THE ONLINE CONVERSATION ON KEY ISSUES AFFECTING OUR CHILDREN’S LIVES

Post. Like. Share. Comment. Tag. Korematsu on Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/PortolaMiddleSchool

PARTICIPATE IN OUR COMMUNITY EVENTS and meet new and returning students and their families, staff, and Principal Burnham!

Ice Cream Social: Free Event

Saturday, August 19, 3 to 5 PM
Castro Park (next to Korematsu Campus).

For a more fun way to meet people, try volunteering at the event. Please sign up for the Ice Cream Social

Back to School Pizza Picnic

Thursday, August 24, 5 to 7 PM
Korematsu Amphitheater (outside the Multipurpose Room)
$5 per person (pizza, salad, drinks & dessert). The event could use your energy. Please sign up for the Pizza Picnic here:

MATH CLUB

Math Club is a lunchtime activity where students get help with homework, play games and solve puzzles, and earn extra credit and have fun with math!

Parent volunteers are warmly welcome and are needed to provide support (NO MATH KNOWLEDGE NECESSARY)! Contact: korematsuptsa@gmail.com and we will send you on to the proper people. Sponsored and paid for by your PTSA.

AFTER SCHOOL MATH TUTORING

Start Date TBD
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday
Hours: Mon 2:30-3:30 Tues 2:30-3:30 Thurs 2:30-3:30. Wednesday and other minimum days 1:30-2:30.

This after school hour is open to anyone in our community that needs help with math. Parents and guardians of Korematsu students are welcome to attend too! Just bring any math work you need help with or any math questions you might have. No appointment necessary, but students are expected to abide by regular classroom behavior expectations or they will be asked to leave. Room A201.

WriterCoach Connection

Become a WriterCoach Connection volunteer at Korematsu Middle School; get an inside look into middle school and feel good about strengthening public education in El Cerrito. KMS is on the upswing thanks to wonderful parents, community support, dedicated principals and teachers, a state-of-the art new campus and being a pilot program for many new innovative and exclusive programs.

WriterCoach Connection brings teams of trained volunteers to help students one-on-one with their classroom writing assignments. We provide all the training you’ll need to be a terrific coach. To reach our goal of one-one-one coaching (where the magic happens) we need 10 more coaches to start training. Please check out this two minute compelling video!

and please click below to sign up to learn more at one of our upcoming orientations.

http://www.writercoachconnection.org/volunteer-orientation.html

Coaching is a low time commitment (typically only once or twice a month for 1-2 hours, 9-11am) but very fun and rewarding.

Thank you!

Join PTA

NEED MORE INFO ON PTSA MEMBERSHIP AND DIRECT DONATIONS?
Sign up over our website. Go to KorematsuMiddleSchool.org. Click on the yellow Donate button, which will take you to our PayPal link. In the “Comments”field, enter “PTSA Membership” and we will do the rest!

El Cerrito’s celebrating turning 100!

The “Big Bash” Celebration Weekend is mid September with many events and activities for families.

Centennial Celebration Weekend

http://www.el-cerrito.org/2017events

  • Thursday, September 14 – Centennial Celebration at the Rialto Cinemas, Cerrito Theater
  • Friday, September 15 – Pixar’s “Toy Story” – Cinema in the Park (Cerrito Vista)
  •  Saturday, September 16 – El Cerrito Showcase Parade 
  • Saturday, September 16 – Youth Dance the Night Away (grades 6-8)
  • Sunday, September 17 – Centennial Gala Dinner

The Phoenix, August 10, 2017

UP NEXT…SOCIALS!

CATCH UP WITH OLD FRIENDS AND MEET NEW!

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!

Dive into school life and culture at Korematsu!

We have lined up two fun community events where you can meet and mingle with new and returning students and their families, staff and Principal Burnham.

Parents, guardians, students, and their siblings are all welcome!

Ice Cream Social

Saturday, August 19, 3 to 5 PM
Castro Clubhouse & Park (next to Korematsu Campus)
1420 Norvell Street, El Cerrito

Free Event
For a more fun way to meet people, try volunteering at the event.

Please sign up to volunteer for Ice Cream Social here.

Back to School Pizza Picnic

Thursday, August 25, 5 to 7 PM
Korematsu Amphitheater
(outside the Multipurpose Room)
$5 per person (pizza, salad, drinks & dessert)
The event could use your energy.

Please sign up to volunteer for Pizza Picnic here.

KOREMATSU MATH CLUB

LOVE TO SING?

FABULOUS! FREE! MUSIC! OPEN TO ALL! FREE CONCERT BY ECHS BAND – SUNDAY, AUGUST 13

Dear Band Families,

I would like to extend an invitation to all of you to attended my graduate conducting recital on Sunday, August 13th at 2pm in the ECHS Theater. This summer I will be completing my coursework for a master’s degree in music and in keeping with my instrumental conducting focus, my culminating project is graduate conducting recital. The event is FREE and in right in our backyard!

The programming is intended to show the versatility of music written for the wind ensemble. It includes the “Allegro” from Mozart’s Serenade No. 12 in C Minor, K338 (woodwind octet); Gabrieli’s Sonata Pian’e Forte (for two brass choirs); movements I and IV of Gounod’s Petite Symphonie in B flat (for nine wind instruments); and Sousa’s Nobles of the Mystic Shrine (for full wind ensemble). The program is short (around 35-45 minutes) and will be featuring current and former ECHS band students, which makes the recital even more special for me!

There will be a reception immediately following the recital sponsored by the Friends of El Cerrito Music. It would mean a lot to have you all in attendance and hope you’ll consider being there. If you plan on attending please let me know by responding to this email (to help with planning of the reception).

Thanks and hope you can make it!

Keith Johnson, Director of Bands, El Cerrito High School
keith@echsbands.com

FREE SOCCER REFEREE COURSE

The Alameda-Contra Costa Youth Soccer League (ACCYSL) is offering its only referee training course of the summer on August 25-27 at the Blue Barn (4th St. and Harrison) in Berkeley. The class is free to all members of ACCYSL soccer clubs (Mavericks, Mersey, Richmond United, San Pablo United).

Participants in the class need to be 13 years-old or older.

For more information on how to enroll in the course, go to: http://www.accysl.org/referees/referee-classes/

TEAM FACTORY ATHLETICS: 2017 FALL BASEBALL TRYOUTS

The Phoenix, August 3, 2017

REGISTRATION IS NEXT WEEK!

Registration packets should have arrived now. They include information about the on-site registration that takes place during the second week of August. The information covers textbooks, student ID, after school program, lunch, PE, and more.

Tuesday, August 8 — 7th graders
Wednesday, August 9 — 8th graders
Thursday, August 10 — Anyone who could not make the first two days.

If you cannot make it during our official registration days, please come to the Main Office the week following 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

For all 3 days, the schedule is as follows:

9 a.m.: Last names starting with A-H
10 a.m.: Last names starting with I-Q
11a.m.: Last names starting with R-Z

IMMUNIZATION RECORD REMINDER

ALL STUDENTS must bring updated immunization records to registration.

7th ….. 8th ….. Transfers …. EVERYONE.

California laws have changed in recent years around the requirements for 7th grade, personal exemptions and Tdap!

Helpful website here, but

CHECK WITH YOUR DOCTOR TO BE 100%
SURE YOU ARE UP TO DATE!

https://cchealth.org/immunization/school-requirements.php

GET A JUMP-START ON REGISTRATION #1 POWERSCHOOL 101!

Powerschool is the District's grade, attendance and assignment management system. Both students and parents will eventually establish Powerschool accounts. Take a moment to familiarize yourself with Powerschool now.

Two video links are included below.

NOTE: THE DISTRICT'S POWERSCHOOL IS ON SUMMER BREAK AT THIS TIME.
YOU CANNOT LOG IN AND ESTABLISH ACCOUNTS JUST YET.
THE VIDEO LINKS BELOW ARE INFORMATIONAL AND ARE PROVIDED ONLY AS FAMILIARIZATION TOOLS.

POWERSCHOOL OVERVIEW
http://tinyurl.com/korematsu18

WCCUSD Login
http://tinyurl.com/korematsu17

GET A JUMP-START ON REGISTRATION #2! PARENT CONTACT FORM

How do you want to receive information?
Please take a moment to fill in your contact preferences here!

http://tinyurl.com/parent-contact-pref

GET A JUMP-START ON REGISTRATION #3! CONSIDER JOINING THE SCHOOL DIRECTORY!

Missing homework?
Don't understand the assignment?
Want to hang out with friends?

1. Enter your information here!

2. Access the directory on our website!
* www.korematsumiddleschool.org.
* On the right hand side find "KMS LINKS"
* Click on "ACCESS SCHOOL DIRECTORY HERE"

This directory is accessible only to Korematsu families that have entered their information.
Your email address must be in the directory before access is granted.

GET A JUMP-START ON REGISTRATION #4! JOIN PTSA!

By becoming a member, you show support for your community middle school, provide funds to the PTSA to pay for valuable programs on campus, and make your voice heard by attending and voting at PTSA meetings.

You don’t need to be a PTSA member in order to make donations or volunteer your skills. However, a large and active PTSA membership helps significantly when we apply for grants and other outside support and generally indicates a high level of parent and community involvement in the school.

We have a GREAT unit! Routinely, our membership ranks in the top five of the 31 schools that make up the Bayside Council of PTAs, our parent organization, and it has grown about 25% over the last three years!

Click to find out more! Four ways to join are listed in the link!
Everything you ever wanted to know about our PTSA!

ICE CREAM SOCIAL!

The Korematsu Annual Ice Cream Social will be held on August 19th from 3:00 – 5:00, in front of the Castro Clubhouse 1420 Norvell Street, El Cerrito, CA, right around the corner from Korematsu.

This free, fun event is open to all incoming and returning students and their families and siblings. It is a great opportunity to catch up with classmates and meet new friends before school starts the following week.

We are also in need of parent volunteers for the event for set up, scooping and clean up.

Please contact stacey.steele@logolabpromo.com to volunteer.

ALL SCHOOL – BACK TO SCHOOL PIZZA DINNER

Evening of Thursday, August 24th

Family and Siblings invited!
Nominal cost!
Catch up with old friends and meet new!
Details Coming!

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY – HELP PTSA AT REGISTRATION!

We are looking for parents to volunteer on August 8th, 9th and 10th to cover the PTSA table. You'll collect money and checks for membership and help people sign up for the etree.

We need 2-3 parents for each of the 3 slots on those days. Hours are 9:00 am- 12:00 PM.

Please note the times for your child to register to make sure your volunteer times don’t clash with your registration times:
August 8th- 7th Grade
August 9th- 8th Grade
August 10th- All who missed the first two days

9 a.m.: Last name
s starting with A-H
10 a.m.: Last names starting with I-Q
11a.m.: Last names starting with R-Z

Necesitamos padres que hablan Espanol para traducciones.

Please contact stacey.steele@logolabpromo.com to volunteer.

NEW AFTER-SCHOOL DRAMA PROGRAM

Korematsu will have a new after-school drama program this year! Ms. La Due is looking for interested parent volunteers to help, especially with costumes and sets. To start things off, she is looking for parents who are available to come in and help sort through and organize old costumes and props on Wednesday, August 16th at 10am. If you are not available on that day but would still like to be involved this year, please e-mail Ms. La Due at sarah.ladue@wccusd.net and let her know how you'd like to volunteer!

Headed to El Cerrito High?

Still on our Mailing List?
El Cerrito High School

2017/2018 Walk-Through Registration

Large Gym

See dates below to determine when you should attend and see below for forms for the 2017-2018 year.

Forms will also be available on the El Cerrito High School Website and in the school office on August 1, 2017. Completed forms can be brought to the walk-through registration.

If you are unable to attend the walk-through registration, please complete forms and turn into the school office. Class schedules, for students not participating in walk-through registration, will be available starting August 14, 2017*.

*Please note: students who have incomplete paperwork or unpaid fines will not receive a schedule.

Mandatory Paperwork:

  1. Registration Schedule
  2. Registration Checklist
  3. Registration Map
  4. Emergency Card
  5. Student Agreement for Use of Electronics
  6. Student Acceptable Use Policies
  7. General Release
  8. Student Code of Conduct Agreement
  9. Purchase Form for Cashier

Optional Information and Paperwork:

  1. Online Free/Reduced Lunch Application Information
  2. Bus Ticket Application
  3. Sports Offerings and Coach Contact Information
  4. WriterCoach Connection
  5. Student Activities Fund (SAF)
  6. James Morehouse Project-Health Clinic

Resources:

  1. School Map
  2. Bell Schedule
  3. Academic Calendar.

Please contact the school office at 510-231-1437 with any questions.

Liz Smith

Office Manager

El Cerrito High School

540 Ashbury Avenue

El Cerrito, Ca. 94530

510-231-1437 x 26401

Source: ECHS E Tree

RICHMOND MUSEUM OF HISTORY

Family Free Day, Saturday, September 2

The Richmond Museum of History is hosting a FAMILY FREE DAY on Saturday, September 2, 2017 in honor of Back to School season! Visit the Museum, located at 400 Nevin Ave. in Richmond, for free from 1-4 PM, enjoy facilitated educational activities, including weave a basket and make a shell bead necklace! A special lecture will take place at 2:30 about Richmond's first people, the Ohlone Indians.

Don't miss this exciting chance to visit your community history museum!

FABULOUS! FREE! MUSIC! OPEN TO ALL!  FREE CONCERT BY ECHS BAND

SUNDAY, AUGUST 13

Dear Band Families,

I would like to extend an invitation to all of you to attended my graduate conducting recital on Sunday, August 13th at 2pm in the ECHS Theater. This summer I will be completing my coursework for a master’s degree in music and in keeping with my instrumental conducting focus, my culminating project is graduate conducting recital. The event is FREE and in right in our backyard!

The programming is intended to show the versatility of music written for the wind ensemble. It includes the “Allegro” from Mozart’s Serenade No. 12 in C Minor, K338 (woodwind octet); Gabrieli’s Sonata Pian’e Forte (for two brass choirs); movements I and IV of Gounod’s Petite Symphonie in B flat (for nine wind instruments); and Sousa’s Nobles of the Mystic Shrine (for full wind ensemble). The program is short (around 35-45 minutes) and will be featuring current and former ECHS band students, which makes the recital even more special for me! 

There will be a reception immediately following the recital sponsored by the Friends of El Cerrito Music. It would mean a lot to have you all in attendance and hope you’ll consider being there. If you plan on attending please let me know by responding to this email (to help with planning of the reception).

Thanks and hope you can make it!

Keith Johnson, Director of Bands, El Cerrito High School
keith@echsbands.com

FREE SOCCER REFEREE COURSE

The Alameda-Contra Costa Youth Soccer League (ACCYSL) is offering its only referee training course of the summer on August 25-27 at the Blue Barn (4th St. and Harrison) in Berkeley.  The class is free to all members of ACCYSL soccer clubs (Mavericks, Mersey, Richmond United, San Pablo United).
Participants in the class need to be 13 years-old or older.
For more information on how to enroll in the course, go to: http://www.accysl.org/referees/referee-classes/

The Phoenix, July 27, 2017

REGISTRATION REMINDER!

Registration packets are arriving at homes now and include information about the on-site registration that takes place during the second week of August. The information covers textbooks, student ID, after school program, lunch, PE, and more.

Tuesday, August 8 — 7th graders
Wednesday, August 9 — 8th graders
Thursday, August 10 — Anyone who could not make the first two days.

If you cannot make it during our official registration days, please come to the Main Office the week following 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

For all 3 days, the schedule is as follows:

9 a.m.: Last names starting with A-H
10 a.m.: Last names starting with I-Q
11a.m.: Last names starting with R-Z

GET A JUMP-START ON REGISTRATION #1

POWERSCHOOL 101!

Powerschool is the District’s grade, attendance and assignment management system. Both students and parents will eventually establish Powerschool accounts. Take a moment to familiarize yourself with Powerschool now.

Two video links are included below.

NOTE: THE DISTRICT’S POWERSCHOOL IS ON SUMMER BREAK AT THIS TIME.
YOU CANNOT LOG IN AND ESTABLISH ACCOUNTS JUST YET.
THE VIDEO LINKS BELOW ARE INFORMATIONAL AND ARE PROVIDED ONLY AS FAMILIARIZATION TOOLS.

POWERSCHOOL OVERVIEW
http://tinyurl.com/korematsu18

WCCUSD Login
http://tinyurl.com/korematsu17

GET A JUMP-START ON REGISTRATION #2!


PARENT CONTACT FORM
How do you want to receive information?
Please take a moment to fill in your contact preferences here!

http://tinyurl.com/parent-contact-pref

GET A JUMP-START ON REGISTRATION #3!

CONSIDER JOINING THE SCHOOL DIRECTORY!

Missing homework?
Don’t understand the assignment?
Want to hang out with friends?

1. Enter your information here!

2. Access the directory on our website!
* www.korematsumiddleschool.org.
* On the right hand side find “KMS LINKS”
* Click on “ACCESS SCHOOL DIRECTORY HERE”

This directory is accessible only to Korematsu families that have entered their information.
Your email address must be in the directory before access is granted.

GET A JUMP-START ON REGISTRATION #4!

JOIN PTSA!

By becoming a member, you show support for your community middle school, provide funds to the PTSA to pay for valuable programs on campus, and make your voice heard by attending and voting at PTSA meetings.

You don’t need to be a PTSA member in order to make donations or volunteer your skills. However, a large and active PTSA membership helps significantly when we apply for grants and other outside support and generally indicates a high level of parent and community involvement in the school.

We have a GREAT unit! Routinely, our membership ranks in the top five of the 31 schools that make up the Bayside Council of PTAs, our parent organization, and it has grown about 25% over the last three years!

Click to find out more! Four ways to join are listed in the link!
Everything you ever wanted to know about our PTSA!​

IMMUNIZATION RECORDS NEEDED

ALL STUDENTS must bring updated immunization records to registration.

7th …..  8th …..  Transfers ….  EVERYONE.

California laws have changed in recent years around the requirements for 7th grade, personal exemptions and Tdap!

Helpful website here, but CHECK WITH YOUR DOCTOR TO BE 100%
SURE YOU ARE UP TO DATE!

https://cchealth.org/immunization/school- requirements.php

ICE CREAM SOCIAL!

The Korematsu Annual Ice Cream Social will be held on August 19th from 3:00 – 5:00, in front of the Castro Clubhouse 1420 Norvell Street, El Cerrito, CA, right around the corner from Korematsu.

This free, fun event is open to all incoming and returning students and their families and siblings. It is a great opportunity to catch up with classmates and meet new friends before school starts the following week.

We are also in need of parent volunteers for the event for set up, scooping and clean up.

Please contact stacey.steele@logolabpromo.com to volunteer.

All School Back to School Pizza Dinner


Evening of Thursday, August 24th
Family and Siblings invited!
Nominal cost!
Catch up with old friends and meet new!
Details Coming!

 

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY HELP PTSA AT REGISTRATION!

We are looking for parents to volunteer on August 8th, 9th and 10th to cover the PTSA table. You’ll collect money and checks for membership and help people sign up for the etree.

We need 2-3 parents for each of the 3 slots on those days. Hours are 9:00 am- 12:00 PM.

Please note the times for your child to register to make sure your volunteer times don’t clash with your registration times:
August 8th- 7th Grade
August 9th- 8th Grade
August 10th- All who missed the first two days

9 a.m.: Last name
s starting with A-H
10 a.m.: Last names starting with I-Q
11a.m.: Last names starting with R-Z

Necesitamos padres que hablan Espanol para traducciones.

Please contact stacey.steele@logolabpromo.com to volunteer.

Headed to El Cerrito High?

Still on our Mailing List?
El Cerrito High School

2017/2018 Walk-Through Registration

Large Gym

All forms needed for registration will be supplied at the walk-through. See dates below to determine when you should attend.

Forms will also be available on the El Cerrito High School Website and in the school office on August 1, 2017. Completed forms can be brought to the walk-through registration.

If you are unable to attend the walk-through registration, please complete forms and turn into the school office. Class schedules, for students not participating in walk-through registration, will be available starting August 14, 2017*.

*Please note: students who have incomplete paperwork or unpaid fines will not receive a schedule.

Liz Smith

Office Manager

El Cerrito High School

540 Ashbury Avenue

El Cerrito, Ca. 94530

510-231-1437 x 26401

Source: ECHS E Tree

 

WANT INFORMATION ON EL CERRITO HIGH SCHOOL?

GET ON EL CERRITO HIGH SCHOOL’S E TREE

email echsetree@gmail.com and ask to be added to the e tree!

 

FREE DEBATE CAMP

JULY 31 TO AUGUST 4, LANEY COLLEGE

My name is Mya Whitaker and I am the program director for the Bay Area Urban Debate League. Last year BAUDL expanded to serve WCCUSD, starting policy debate teams at Richmond and Kennedy High School. With the success of these teams, Richmond winning the entire Novice division for 2017, we would like to invite more of Richmond to our annual debate camp. This is year 10 of us hosting the Julia Burke Debate Camp.

Julia Burke Debate camp is hosted July 31st- August 4th at Laney College from 9am-4pm. Camp is free for WCCUSD youth ages 6th-12th grade. We provide FREE breakfast and lunch, as well as reimburse students for their travels.At debate camp we teach students the foundation of debate, as well as help them prepare for the upcoming season with us. We would like to come to any events your office is hosting this summer to bring more awareness to your community.

https://goo.gl/forms/dFnb9tAwwhWn3PRJ3

Mya K.Whitaker

Program Director, Bay Area Urban Debate League
(c) 510. 798.1417
(e) mwhitaker@baudl.org

Voted League of the year 2016

National Urban Debate League Champions 2017

Source: ECHS E Tree

STILL ON OUR MAILING LIST?

RICHMOND RESIDENT? HIGH SCHOOLER?
READ ON!

AFRICAN AMERICAN ACCOMPLISHMENTS CLASS

STARTING THIS FALL

High school aged students who live in Richmond are eligible to participate in the classes.

For more information, or to sign up, contact Justice Alford at info@4richmond.org or 510-260-0290.

MORE INFO IN THE LINK!

http://4richmond.org/african-american-accomplishments-clas…/

SOURCE: 4Richmond Newsletter

 

JOIN THE CONGRESSIONAL APP CHALLENGE!

Are you a young programmer? Do you live in the 11th Congressional District? Read on from Rep. Mark DeSaulnier!

The challenge will run from July 26, 2017 to November 1, 2017. All eligible high school students who live or attend school in California’s 11th Congressional District are invited to design, create, and submit their own software application for any platform (mobile, web, desktop, etc.).

Below is a summary of the Congressional App Challenge Rules:
Students may compete as individuals or in teams of up to four.
Submissions must be original, and created within one calendar year of the closing of the submission period.
Students entering the competition must submit a short video demonstration explaining their app and a completed questionnaire online by 12:00 p.m. EST on November 1, 2017.
Submissions will be judged by a panel of local judges who work within the academic, software, and entrepreneurial fields. The winning app will be displayed in the U.S. Capitol exhibit and featured on the U.S. House of Representatives’ website.
Established in 2013 by Members of Congress, this competition is intended to engage students’ creativity and encourage participation in the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) fields. By recognizing our nation’s young programming talent, we hope to highlight the growing importance of these skills to the future of our country.
I hope that you or someone you know will consider participating in this exciting challenge. To join the competition or for more information, please click here. Should you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact my district office at 925-933-2660.
http://www.congressionalappchallenge.us/

SOURCE: DeSaulnier Newsletter

The Phoenix, July 20, 2017

GET A JUMP-START ON REGISTRATION #1


POWERSCHOOL 101!

Powerschool is the District’s grade, attendance and assignment management system. Both students and parents will eventually establish Powerschool accounts. Take a moment to familiarize yourself with Powerschool now.

Two video links are included below.

NOTE: THE DISTRICT’S POWERSCHOOL IS ON SUMMER BREAK AT THIS TIME.
YOU CANNOT LOG IN AND ESTABLISH ACCOUNTS JUST YET.
THE VIDEO LINKS BELOW ARE INFORMATIONAL AND ARE PROVIDED ONLY AS FAMILIARIZATION TOOLS.

POWERSCHOOL OVERVIEW
http:/tinyurl.com/korematsu18

WCCUSD Login
http:/tinyurl.com/korematsu17

GET A JUMP-START ON REGISTRATION #2!

PARENT CONTACT FORM
How do you want to receive information?
Please take a moment to fill in your contact preferences here!

http://tinyurl.com/parent-contact-pref

GET A JUMP-START ON REGISTRATION #3!

CONSIDER JOINING THE SCHOOL DIRECTORY!

Missing homework?
Don’t understand the assignment?
Want to hang out with friends?

1. Enter your information here!

2. Access the directory on our website!
* www.korematsumiddleschool.org
* On the right hand side find “KMS LINKS”
* Click on “ACCESS SCHOOL DIRECTORY HERE”

This directory is accessible only to Korematsu families that have entered their information.
Your email address must be in the directory before access is granted.

ICE CREAM SOCIAL!

The Korematsu Annual Ice Cream Social will be held on August 19th from 3:00 – 5:00, in front of the Castro Clubhouse 1420 Norvell Street, El Cerrito, CA, right around the corner from Korematsu.

This free, fun event is open to all incoming and returning students and their families and siblings. It is a great opportunity to catch up with classmates and meet new friends before school starts the following week.

We are also in need of parent volunteers for the event for set up, scooping and clean up.

Please contact stacey.steele@logolabpromo.com to volunteer.

All School Back to School Pizza Dinner​

Evening of Thursday, August 24th

Family and Siblings invited!
Nominal cost!
Catch up with old friends and meet new!
Details Coming!

 

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY – HELP PTSA AT REGISTRATION!

We are looking for parents to volunteer on August 8th, 9th and 10th to cover the PTSA table. You’ll collect money and checks for membership and help people sign up for the etree.

We need 2-3 parents for each of the 3 slots on those days. Hours are 9:00 am- 12:00 PM.

Please note the times for your child to register to make sure your volunteer times don’t clash with your registration times:
August 8th- 7th Grade
August 9th- 8th Grade
August 10th- All who missed the first two days

9 a.m.: Last name
s starting with A-H
10 a.m.: Last names starting with I-Q
11a.m.: Last names starting with R-Z

Necesitamos padres que hablan Espanol para traducciones.

Please contact stacey.steele@logolabpromo.com to volunteer.

Headed to El Cerrito High?

Still on our Mailing List?
El Cerrito High School

2017/2018 Walk-Through Registration

Large Gym

All forms needed for registration will be supplied at the walk-through. See dates below to determine when you should attend.

Forms will also be available on the El Cerrito High School Website and in the school office on August 1, 2017. Completed forms can be brought to the walk-through registration.

If you are unable to attend the walk-through registration, please complete forms and turn into the school office. Class schedules, for students not participating in walk-through registration, will be available starting August 14, 2017*.

*Please note: students who have incomplete paperwork or unpaid fines will not receive a schedule.

Liz Smith
Office Manager
El Cerrito High School
540 Ashbury Avenue
El Cerrito, Ca. 94530
510-231-1437 x 26401
Source: ECHS E Tree

WANT INFORMATION ON EL CERRITO HIGH SCHOOL?

GET ON EL CERRITO HIGH SCHOOL’S E TREE

email echsetree@gmail.com and ask to be added to the e tree!

FREE DEBATE CAMP

JULY 31 TO AUGUST 4, LANEY COLLEGE

My name is Mya Whitaker and I am the program director for the Bay Area Urban Debate League. Last year BAUDL expanded to serve WCCUSD, starting policy debate teams at Richmond and Kennedy High School. With the success of these teams, Richmond winning the entire Novice division for 2017, we would like to invite more of Richmond to our annual debate camp. This is year 10 of us hosting the Julia Burke Debate Camp.

Julia Burke Debate camp is hosted July 31st- August 4th at Laney College from 9am-4pm. Camp is free for WCCUSD youth ages 6th-12th grade. We provide FREE breakfast and lunch, as well as reimburse students for their travels.At debate camp we teach students the foundation of debate, as well as help them prepare for the upcoming season with us. We would like to come to any events your office is hosting this summer to bring more awareness to your community.

https://goo.gl/forms/dFnb9tAwwhWn3PRJ3

Mya K.Whitaker

Program Director, Bay Area Urban Debate League
(c) 510. 798.1417
(e) mwhitaker@baudl.org

Voted League of the year 2016
National Urban Debate League Champions 2017
Source: ECHS E Tree

REGISTRATION REMINDER!

Registration packets are arriving at homes now and include information about the on-site registration that takes place during the second week of August. The information covers textbooks, student ID, after school program, lunch, PE, and more.

Tuesday, August 8 — 7th graders
Wednesday, August 9 — 8th graders
Thursday, August 10 — Anyone who could not make the first two days.

If you cannot make it during our official registration days, please come to the Main Office the week following 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

For all 3 days, the schedule is as follows:

9 a.m.: Last names starting with A-H
10 a.m.: Last names starting with I-Q
11a.m.: Last names starting with R-Z

The Phoenix, July 13, 2017

ICE CREAM SOCIAL!

The Korematsu Annual Ice Cream Social will be held on August 19th from 3:00 – 5:00, in front of the Castro Clubhouse 1420 Norvell Street, El Cerrito, CA, right around the corner from Korematsu.

This free, fun event is open to all incoming and returning students and their families and siblings. It is a great opportunity to catch up with classmates and meet new friends before school starts the following week.

We are also in need of parent volunteers for the event for set up, scooping and clean up.

Please contact stacey.steele@logolabpromo.com to volunteer.

Back to School Pizza Dinner

​Evening of Thursday, August 24th

Family and Siblings invited!
Nominal cost!
Catch up with old friends and meet new!
Details Coming!

 

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY – HELP PTSA AT REGISTRATION!

We are looking for parents to volunteer on August 8th, 9th and 10th to cover the PTSA table. You’ll collect money and checks for membership and help people sign up for the etree.

We need 2-3 parents for each of the 3 slots on those days. Hours are 9:00 am- 12:00 PM.

Please note the times for your child to register to make sure your volunteer times don’t clash with your registration times:
August 8th- 7th Grade
August 9th- 8th Grade
August 10th- All who missed the first two days

9 a.m.: Last name
s starting with A-H
10 a.m.: Last names starting with I-Q
11a.m.: Last names starting with R-Z

Necesitamos padres que hablan Espanol para traducciones.

Please contact stacey.steele@logolabpromo.com to volunteer.

 

Headed to El Cerrito High?

Still on our Mailing List?
El Cerrito High School

2017/2018 Walk-Through Registration

Large Gym

All forms needed for registration will be supplied at the walk-through. See dates below to determine when you should attend.

Forms will also be available on the El Cerrito High School Website and in the school office on August 1, 2017. Completed forms can be brought to the walk-through registration.

If you are unable to attend the walk-through registration, please complete forms and turn into the school office. Class schedules, for students not participating in walk-through registration, will be available starting August 14, 2017*.

*Please note: students who have incomplete paperwork or unpaid fines will not receive a schedule.

WANT INFORMATION ON EL CERRITO HIGH SCHOOL?

GET ON EL CERRITO HIGH SCHOOL’S E TREE

email echsetree@gmail.com and ask to be added to the e tree!

 

FREE DEBATE CAMP

JULY 31 TO AUGUST 4, LANEY COLLEGE

My name is Mya Whitaker and I am the program director for the Bay Area Urban Debate League. Last year BAUDL expanded to serve WCCUSD, starting policy debate teams at Richmond and Kennedy High School. With the success of these teams, Richmond winning the entire Novice division for 2017, we would like to invite more of Richmond to our annual debate camp. This is year 10 of us hosting the Julia Burke Debate Camp.

Julia Burke Debate camp is hosted July 31st- August 4th at Laney College from 9am-4pm. Camp is free for WCCUSD youth ages 6th-12th grade. We provide FREE breakfast and lunch, as well as reimburse students for their travels.At debate camp we teach students the foundation of debate, as well as help them prepare for the upcoming season with us. We would like to come to any events your office is hosting this summer to bring more awareness to your community.

https://goo.gl/forms/dFnb9tAwwhWn3PRJ3

Mya K.Whitaker

Program Director, Bay Area Urban Debate League
(c) 510. 798.1417
(e) mwhitaker@baudl.org

Voted League of the year 2016

National Urban Debate League Champions 2017

Source: ECHS E Tree

East Richmond Heights – Rolls Out First-Ever Art & Music Fest: July 16

If you hear the sound of a steam train toot-tooting in the vicinity of East Richmond Heights this Sunday, it’s not your imagination. It’s just the star attraction of the hillside neighborhood’s first-ever festival, well, letting off a little steam.

This Sunday, July 16, 2017, will mark the “1st Annual East Richmond Heights Art & Music Festival,” a free, family-friendly festival with tons of fun on the day’s roster. Set to run from 12-6 p.m., the event will naturally feature art and music, as well as baked goods/food items, drinks and rides on a mini steam train for the littles.

Adding to the event’s allure is its singularly unique locale: It will be staged against the beautiful backdrop of the neighborhood’s resident Buddhist monastery, the Gyuto Foundation, on Bernhard Avenue between Cypress and Elm Streets in East Richmond Heights.

And the BEST part? All festival proceeds will benefit Mira Vista School’s art and music programs and also the “Save the Elm Street Oak” project.

According to East Richmond Heights’ neighborhood/event organizer Natalie Kniess in an email correspondence, “We have over 15 performing artists and our list of exhibitors keeps growing; I expect [the] roster to be around 30 exhibitors.”

Per Kniess, performing artists currently slated to appear at the festival include the Mira Vista School Glee Club, The Elm Street Blues Band, Dave Ridnell, Pete Madsen, Jenny Jup Benorden, Turpentine Remedy, Steve Gibson Band, Matthew Heulitt, Eli De Yoe, Balianese Gamelan Musicians, Jan & Mike, The Ghost Kings and The Secret Identities.

Exhibiting artists representing a variety of mediums who will be selling their creations at the festival will include Ross Holzman, Mike Chavez, Jr., Chico Coelho, Gary Becker, Ugandan Artists, Rebeca Gonzalez, Mark Conrad, Alex James, Johanna & Amanda, A&J Jewels, John Moore and Linda Ruiz-Lozito.

Festival organizers are still on the lookout for volunteers willing to work at the event and/or participate in it in one way or another. Those interested in pitching in can access the volunteer sign-up list here.

For info, contact Natalie Kniess at nataliekniess9@gmail.com.

Source: 4Richmond.org

 

REGISTRATION REMINDER!

Registration packets are arriving at homes now and include information about the on-site registration that takes place during the second week of August. The information covers textbooks, student ID, after school program, lunch, PE, and more.

Tuesday, August 8 — 7th graders
Wednesday, August 9 — 8th graders
Thursday, August 10 — Anyone who could not make the first two days.

If you cannot make it during our official registration days, please come to the Main Office the week following 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

For all 3 days, the schedule is as follows:

9 a.m.: Last names starting with A-H
10 a.m.: Last names starting with I-Q
11a.m.: Last names starting with R-Z

The Phoenix, July 6, 2017

ICE CREAM SOCIAL!

The Korematsu Annual Ice Cream Social will be held on August 19th from 3:00 – 5:00, in front of the Castro Clubhouse 1420 Norvell Street, El Cerrito, CA, right around the corner from Korematsu.

This free, fun event is open to all incoming and returning students and their families and siblings. It is a great opportunity to catch up with classmates and meet new friends before school starts the following week.

We are also in need of parent volunteers for the event for set up, scooping and clean up.

Please contact stacey.steele@logolabpromo.com to volunteer.

 

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY- HELP PTSA AT REGISTRATION!

We are looking for parents to volunteer on August 8th, 9th and 10th to cover the PTSA table. You’ll collect money and checks for membership and help people sign up for the etree.

We need 2-3 parents for each of the 3 slots on those days. Hours are 9:00 am- 12:00 PM.

Please note the times for your child to register to make sure your volunteer times don’t clash with your registration times:
August 8th- 7th Grade
August 9th- 8th Grade
August 10th- All who missed the first two days

9 a.m.: Last name
s starting with A-H
10 a.m.: Last names starting with I-Q
11a.m.: Last names starting with R-Z

Necesitamos padres que hablan Espanol para traducciones.

Please contact stacey.steele@logolabpromo.com to volunteer.

 

PRIME DAY IS COMING!!!!!!!

Support Charity While Shopping for Prime's Day

Amazon’s third-annual Prime Day is on Tuesday, July 11 and will feature more than 100,000 deals exclusively for Prime members, making it one of the biggest shopping days of the year. Shop at smile.amazon.com and Amazon will donate to Fred T. Korematsu Middle School.

AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to support us every time you shop, at no cost to you. When you shop at smile.amazon.com, you’ll find the exact same low prices, the same Prime benefits, the same vast selection and convenient shopping experience as Amazon.com, with the added bonus that Amazon will donate a portion of the purchase price to your favorite charitable organization. You can choose from nearly one million organizations to support.

How does it work?

  • Log into AmazonSmile with your existing Amazon password.
  • Choose Fred T. Korematsu Middle School, El Cerrito, CA as your charity.
  • Shop as you normally would, and we collect .5% on eligible purchases.
  • Consider installing the Amazon Assistant to your Chrome bar so that AmazonSmile is always a click away.

Shop for great deals at smile.amazon.com/ch/94-6173241

 

REGISTRATION REMINDER!

Registration packets will be mailed home in July and include information about the on-site registration that takes place during the second week of August. The information covers textbooks, student ID, after school program, lunch, PE, and more.

Tuesday, August 8 — 7th graders
Wednesday, August 9 — 8th graders
Thursday, August 10 — Anyone who could not make the first two days.

If you cannot make it during our official registration days, please come to the Main Office the week following 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

For all 3 days, the schedule is as follows:

9 a.m.: Last names starting with A-H
10 a.m.: Last names starting with I-Q
11a.m.: Last names starting with R-Z

The Phoenix, June 29, 2017

CITY OF RICHMOND’S 3RD OF JULY FIREWORKS SHOW

The City’s free annual celebration will be held from 6-10 p.m. at Marina Bay Park, located at Marina Bay Parkway and Regatta Boulevard. The fireworks will hit the sky at 9:15 p.m. and the festivities will include music, dancing, food and games. For more info, call 510-620-6973 or click here. Source: For Richmond newsletter.

RICHMOND|OAKLAND EAST BAY SYMPHONY & INDEPENDENCE EVE FIREWORKS

Another excellent option for third of July fun is at Richmond’s Craneway Pavilion. Located at 1414 Harbour Way South—nearby Marina Bay Park—the pavilion’s waterfront locale makes it another ideal spot for taking in the City of Richmond’s fireworks while listening to musical accompaniment by the Oakland East Bay Symphony. The event runs from 6:30-10 p.m., with fireworks at 9:15 p.m. Free to the public, the event will have food for sale; spectators are encouraged to bring their own blankets and chairs. For more info, click here. Source: For Richmond newsletter.

 

ARE YOU A BUDDING FILMMAKER?

Richmond’s RYSE Youth Center is calling on young filmmakers between the ages of 13-24 to submit their work to its 2017 Film Festival with the theme, “Truth be Told: Justice Through My Eyes.” The deadline for entering film submissions is Sept. 15, 2017.

According to festival organizers on RYSE’s website, “It was created to highlight and empower youth voices and visions through film” with the aim of “[engaging] 13-24 year olds in social justice issues.”

Young filmmakers are encouraged to submit films with themes focusing on a variety of topics including: Gender equity/equality, human rights, food justice, education, economic justice, criminal legal system, environmental issues, immigration, worker rights and other similar topics.

Festival guidelines dictate that film submissions should be 12 minutes or less, with RYSE recommending eight minutes in length.

Per RYSE, shorts can be submitted in the following categories: Documentary; narrative; music video; and animation and experimental.

According to the organization, successful films designated “official selection” will debut to the public in Oct. 2017 during the film festival at a location (TBD) somewhere in Richmond, CA. A panel of media industry and social justice judges will select the winners, as will a viewers’ choice award.

Certificates will be awarded in each age group for “Best Narrative Short,” “Best Documentary,” “Best Music Video” and “Best Experimental.”

The Truth be Told festival will award a “Grand Prize” of $275, a “Runner Up Award” of $175 and a “People’s Choice” prize of $100.

“For Richmond enthusiastically encourages Richmond’s youth to cease this excellent opportunity to share their voices,” said For Richmond Executive Director Kyra Worthy re: RYSE’s film fest. “Film is a powerful medium that is only intensified when seen through the prism of social justice. We eagerly await the opportunity to view our youth’s films on the important topics at hand.”

For more info regarding the film festival’s rules, or to submit a film for consideration, click here. Questions? Contact RYSE at youthjustice@rysecenter.org or call 510-374-3401. Source: For Richmond newsletter.

 

NATURE AND ENVIRONMENT DAY CAMP

JULY 31 TO AUGUST 4
9:00am – 3:00pm @ Camp Herms
1100 James Place, El Cerrito CA

Open to: Boy Scouts | Venture Scouts | Adult Leaders (not a Cub Scout event)
Event Cost: $325 per participant

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 ecological science is done.

Participants will study insects, birds, grasses, water courses, micro-climates, and so much more.

Motivated participants can complete most of requirements for the Nature, Soil and Water Conservation and the Environmental Science merit badges, and for the coveted World Scout Environment Badge.

Participants will be responsible for their own meals. Camping facilities are available for the week at Camp Herms for groups with BSA approved adult leadership. Merit badge work may be completed with approved counselors from 3-5:00 with a $50/week fee.

For applications and more information, go to: http://www.mdscbsa.org/events/nature-environment-day-camp/

REGISTRATION

Registration packets will be mailed home in July and include information about the on-site registration that takes place during the second week of August. The information covers textbooks, student ID, after school program, lunch, PE, and more.

Tuesday, August 8 — 7th graders
Wednesday, August 9 — 8th graders
Thursday, August 10 — Anyone who could not make the first two days.

If you cannot make it during our official registration days, please come to the Main Office the week following 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

For all 3 days, the schedule is as follows:

9 a.m.: Last names starting with A-H
10 a.m.: Last names starting with I-Q
11a.m.: Last names starting with R-Z

WCCUSD NEWSLETTER IS HERE!!

Click here to read!