PICK UP LOST AND FOUND ITEMS TODAY AND FRIDAY
Friday they will all be donated (or burned).
Please come and collect you things.
The pile is outside the main office on the tables.
Korematsu “RECLASSIFIED” Students Celebrated at Richmond Auditorium!
Congrats to our newly “Reclassified” students! For those that aren’t familiar with “Reclassification,” these students were English Language Learners and tonight they were “Reclassified” to proficient English speakers! They’ve mastered both academic and conversational English and have met the state and district criteria for fluent English proficiency. It’s a lot of work! We are very proud of their achievements!! And, congratulations and thanks Ms. Soto, their teacher, who works tirelessly with them. We love you!
AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDENTS OF HONOR CELEBRATED AT CRANEWAY PAVILLION
Congratulations to our African American Students of Honor!
These students earned a 3.3 GPA or higher in all academic areas.
They were honored earlier this week in a grand ceremony at Craneway Pavillion! CONGRATULATIONS!
KOREMATSU SPRING DANCE PERFORMANCE
May 22 and 23, 2019
Did you know Korematsu has a thriving Dance program? Are you coming to Korematsu next year? Are you already enrolled?
Join us and support our students as they perform their work. This is the perfect performance for elementary school students!
Suggested contribution: $4.00. We’ll be in the MPR.
Hope to see you there!
There is a lot going on!
The Calendar: https://korematsumiddleschool.org/?page_id=13
- Dance Performance 5/22 – 23 @ 7:00 MPR
- Faculty Vs Student Volleyball 5/24 1:00 PM
- Memorial Day Holiday 5/27
- End of year band concert 5/29 @ 7:00 MPR
- Testing Pie-in-the-face Event May 22, 2019, 7th last period of the day – Gym
- Awards Night 5/30 @ 7:00 MPR
- Study Trip (Ms. Davis) “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” 5/31
- Art and Jazz Festival 6/3 @ 6:00PM Courtyard
- Promotion Rehearsal 6/5 Morning
- 8th grade Picnic and Softball game 6/5 Lunch – dismissal
- Promotion Ceremony 6/6 @ 6 Courtyard
- LDOS 6/7 – Noon Dismissal
- August 6,7,8 Registration
GOOD WORK COMMUNITY!
THANK YOU FOR STEPPING UP!
WE STILL NEED YOU!
THIS WEEK’S DIRE NEED IS….. BAND
Great work community, and THANK YOU ALL for stepping up. We were able to fill many key positions last week. We are looking much better for next year. We are still in dire need of Band Parents. The Korematsu Music Parents group runs as a large “committee” under the Korematsu PTSA. As many of you know, we have an elaborate music program run by ONE PERSON (Tiffany) on a completely anemic budget. She needs help!
That’s where you come in. The Korematsu Music Parents group provides volunteer labor and some funding for our amazing program. We provide many of the extras that we need to run this program. We provide volunteers for concerts and events, printing of programs, funding for reeds, sheet music, musical instruments and more.
Please consider stepping up for one of these positions. It is really important!
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Contact Nancy Kawase firstname.lastname@example.org
Your involvement is really important. We really do make a better school!
HUGE shout out to everyone that stepped up to leadership last week. THANK YOU !!! There are still more opportunities Please review the list below:
Vice President of Fundraising – Oversee the various fundraising campaigns of the school year. These include: Annual Giving Campaign, Cookie Dough Fundraiser campaign, Restaurant Night Coordinator, Golden Gate Fields Events, You do not run all of these events; you oversee them.
Restaurant Night Coordinator – Contact area restaurants and arrange “Restaurant Night” events. Promoted the events through the etree. You are not reinventing the wheel. We have all the contacts. You just plug and play. Your new ideas are very much welcomed, however.
Cookie Dough Coordinator – Run Fall Cookie Dough Fundraising Campaign. Contact Vendor, pass out and collect forms, organize the distribution of product when it arrives. You are not reinventing the wheel. We have all the contacts.
Celebrate Korematsu Chair – Head up a team that collects and processes donations for the Celebrate Korematsu auction. The majority of the work is December/January. The majority can be done from home sending out donation letters and entering donations into online software. You are not reinventing the wheel. We have all the contacts. You just plug and play. Your new ideas are very much welcomed, however.
Incoming School Mixer/Ice Cream Social Chair – Welcome new and returning families to Korematsu by chairing the August Ice Cream Social. Ensure we have treats on hand, promote the event through the e tree.
Back-to-School Picnic – Welcome new and returning families to Korematsu by chairing the Back-to-School picnic. Order food, gather volunteers, promote the event through the e tree.
Korematsu E Tree Editor – Do you like to write? Work to write this weekly newsletter.
Korematsu Volunteer Coordinator – Find volunteers to staff events.
Yard Sale Coordinator – We’ve participated in the El Cerrito Citywide Yard Sale from time to time. You would organize a team to collect donations, price items and be on hand the day of sale.
CONTACT US: email@example.com
8TH GRADE ACTIVITIES
It is time to plan 8th grade activities!
In this link, you will find three tabs:
- Promotion Rehearsal
- Promotion Ceremony
Please sign up to volunteer if you are able!
We do ask that 7th Grade parents help with 8th grade rehearsal and promotion so that the 8th grade families can enjoy the events!
NEW TECHNOLOGY COMING!
This summer, the District is purchasing and/or refurbishing all student tablets. In August students will return to newer, faster and more secure devices! YAY!
In order to accomplish this, all student tablets will be collected before the last day of school on June 7th. (Your principal or school administration team will communicate the specific collection plan for your particular school.)
Remind your student to prepare for collection with this one step:
● If there are files stored on the tablet’s hard drive or their H:\ drive, please remind your student to move those files to Google Drive before tablet collection, so that they can be accessed from the new device. Once tablets are collected, anything stored on the hard drive of the computer will not be retrievable. Some computers will be retired and some will be completely refurbished. Your student will not get the same machine back.
● Students will take a tablet home if they have an IEP that specifically calls for a tablet.
● Summer schools will have devices. Seniors doing independent study will be able to take them home.
Thanks for your support in the transition!
¡YA VIENE LA NUEVA TECNOLOGÍA!
Este verano, el Distrito comprará y/o renovará todas las computadoras portátiles (tabletas) para estudiantes. ¡En agosto, los estudiantes contarán con dispositivos más nuevos, más rápidos y más seguros! ¡HURRA!
Para lograr esto, todas las computadoras (tabletas) de los estudiantes se recogerán antes del último día de clases el viernes 7 de junio; (el director o el personal de administración de su escuela le comunicarán el plan de recolección específico para su escuela en particular).
Recuérdele a su hijo/a que se prepare para la recolección haciendo lo siguiente:
● Si hay archivos almacenados en la memoria de la computadora o en su unidad H: /, recuérdele a su hijo/a que transfiera esos archivos a la Unidad Google antes de la colección de las computadoras, para que pueda tener acceso a estos archivos desde el nuevo dispositivo. Una vez que se recojan las tabletas, cualquier cosa almacenada en la memoria de la computadora no se podrá recuperar. Algunas computadoras serán retiradas y otras serán completamente renovadas. Su hijo/a no obtendrá la misma computadora de vuelta.
Además debe saber lo siguiente:
● Los estudiantes llevarán una computadora (tableta) a casa si tienen un Programa Individualizado de Educación (IEP) que específicamente requiere del uso de una tableta.
● Las escuelas en las cuales se realizará el programa de verano tendrán dispositivos. Los estudiantes de doceavo grado que realicen estudios independientes podrán llevar las computadoras a casa.
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