The Phoenix, January 17, 2019

TEACHER TREAT DAY

TOMORROW, January 18, 2019

January’s theme is “Comfort Foods.”
We’re thinking mac and cheese, soups, stews, anything that keeps you warm and cozy.

Volunteer to cook something, volunteer to serve, or donate some funds.
Sign up in the link!!!

NO SCHOOL – MONDAY and TUESDAY – January 21 and 22

January 21 school is closed to honor Dr. Martin Luther King.
January 22 is a teacher work day. Teachers will be on campus, but no classes for students.
See you Wednesday, January 23rd
(unless you are judging science projects)

CHIPOLTE

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CELEBRATE KOREMATSU

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YOU ARE INVITED!!!!!
CELEBRATE KOREMATSU
Saturday February 2, 2019
Unitarian Universalist Church of Berkeley
1 Lawson Road
Kensington, CA

It is time! Please join us for Celebrate Korematsu, our annual community-building and fundraising event! Our music students provide the entertainment, we have dinner, and raise money for our PTSA and Band programs through live and silent auctions. This is a family-friendly event. Siblings are welcome. Buy tickets as soon as possible. This event always sells out!

CELEBRATE KOREMATSU AUCTION ITEMS

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This Gorgeous Sofa Can Be Yours!

This vintage-inspired sofa is upholstered in 100% polyester fabric featuring an exclusive print for a look that’s equally bohemian and elevated. In a classic rolled arm silhouette, its frame is crafted of eucalyptus wood with four dark brown rounded rubberwood feet and a center leg for added support.
Specifications
Eucalyptus wood frame, rubberwood feet with dark brown espresso finish and 100% polyester upholster
Dry clean only
World Market exclusive
Assembly required
Overall: 80″W x 35″D x 28″H, 87 lbs.
Seat: 60″W x 22″D
Floor to bottom of seat: 8″H
Floor to top of seat: 18.5″H
Floor to top of arms: 28″H
Top of seat to top of back: 12″H

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These Gorgeous Chairs Can be yours!

Upholstered in soft, distressed, bi-cast leather that gives you an authentic look at an appealing price, it has a cozy, lived-in feel. Featuring birch legs with metal foot cups, nailhead details and subtle tufting, our sophisticated chair will take pride of place in your living room.
Specifications
Crafted of bi-cast leather and manmade materials with distressed finish, wood frame, birch wood legs, and metal foot cups with antique bronze finish
Nailhead details and tufting
Overall: 28.34″W x 28.74″D x 31.49″H, 24 lbs.
Seat: 25.19″W x 22.04″D
Floor to bottom of seat: 12.99″H
Floor to top of seat: 18.11″H
Top of seat to top of back: 22″H

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CELEBRATE KOREMATSU VOLUNTEERING

Both Band and PTSA have some volunteer spots available for various positions.
PLEASE SIGN UP HERE

Please contact us if you have some time to spare!
celebratekorematsu@gmail.com

SCIENCE PROJECT JUDGES REQUESTED

NO SPECIAL SKILL REQUIRED
You do not need to be a scientist to participate in judging.
We’ll teach you everything you need to know.

TUESDAY, JANUARY 22

Do you have a background in engineering, science or science education? If so, Korematsu’s Science Fair needs you! Please consider volunteering some of your time to judge the efforts of our young scientists!

Judging hours: 8:30 am – 8:00 pm on Tuesday, January 22 (Please allow a total of 3-4 hours to judge.)

If you can volunteer to judge, please email Marit Oieroset at moieroset@yahoo.com
Please help grow our science fair tradition! Any one of these projects have the potential to continue onto the WCCUSD district fair, the SF Bay Area fair, CA state fair, and ultimately the Intel ISEF.

Korematsu Science Fair

February 5, 2019
6:30 p.m.

Come see the work of our students at our annual science fair.
This is a family-friendly event, where younger students can see more advanced projects. It’s fun for them to see.
We may have a few other surprises as well! Stay tuned for details!

SAN JOSE

WILL ANYONE BE IN SAN JOSE PRIOR TO FEBRUARY 2, 2019?
CAN YOU PICK SOMETHING UP FOR US ON SOUTH FIRST STREET?
email: korematsuptsa@gmail.com
IF YOU CAN HELP!
Thanks!

KOREMATSU GLEE

Screen Shot 2018 12 12 at 8 06 06 PMSingers are welcome to consider/join in up until enrollment closes on January 23rd.

To secure your student’s spot for the Spring Session, submit $160 payment (total payment for the entire session/16 classes) soonest

OR let us know your student will be on scholarship (or payment plan).

For more information (including how to submit payment or about scholarships), contact parent coordinators Georgina & Mary at korematsusings@gmail.com

Help Make the Yearbook Great

It’s 2019 and the yearbook is well underway. But we greatly need your help! So far, we have very few photos from the Korematsu community, and we could use many, many more!

Please send any photos of students or events to us using one of the methods below. We’d love to have at least 100 photos by the end of January, and we’re currently far, far short of that goal.

Two Ways to Send in Photos

Method #1 – Dropbox: The easiest way to send photos is using the Dropbox we have set up. Just upload photos to: https://www.dropbox.com/request/dmoKUQUIljZQ2Ov6yVKI

Method #2 – ReplayIt: Another easy way to send photos is to use Jostens’ mobile app called ReplayIt! Just download the app to your phone or tablet, select Korematsu as your school, then add photos. https://www.replayit.com/#/home
A cool thing about ReplayIt is that your photos (once approved by Jostens) will appear on the web site. You can also use this link to upload photos from your computer. Plus, you can add photos whenever and wherever you have internet access, so it’s a great option for photos at events.

Order Your Yearbook Today Before the Price Goes Up
Right now, you can get a Korematsu Yearbook for $30. But the price goes up next month! So order your yearbook TODAY to get the lower price. https://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1003883/Fred-T.-Korematsu-Middle-School/
After Feb 1, yearbooks will cost $40.

Add Special Recognition for Your Student
Want to add a personal message to your student in the yearbook? This year we are including special recognition ads, with a portion of the proceeds benefitting the DECA club. These ads will appear in the back of each yearbook, letting you recognize the accomplishments of your child.

Visit the Korematsu store page on Jostens’ site to place your order. https://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1003883/Fred-T.-Korematsu-Middle-School/

Note, too, that you can use the store link to order your yearbook.

Reserve Your Yearbook! Order Today!!

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The Phoenix, January 10, 2019

CELEBRATE KOREMATSU

Unnamed 1YOU ARE INVITED!!!!!

Saturday February 2, 2019
Unitarian Universalist Church of Berkeley
1 Lawson Road
Kensington, CA

It is time! Please join us for Celebrate Korematsu, our annual community-building and fundraising event! Our music students provide the entertainment, we have dinner, and raise money for our PTSA and Band programs through live and silent auctions. This is a family-friendly event. Siblings are welcome. Buy tickets as soon as possible. This event always sells out!
BUY TICKETS HERE!

CELEBRATE KOREMATSU VOLUNTEERING

Unnamed 2Both Band and PTSA have some volunteer spots available for various positions.
PLEASE SIGN UP HERE
https://tinyurl.com/CK-Volunteers
Please contact us if you have some time to spare!
celebratekorematsu@gmail.com

TEACHER TREAT DAY

Friday, January 18, 2019

January’s theme is “Comfort Foods.”
We’re thinking mac and cheese, soups, stews, anything that keeps you warm and cozy.

Volunteer to cook something, volunteer to serve, or donate some funds.
Sign up in the link!!!

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1iHK5C7JLFxYQ7oIP0LDwvrMpTXCrfajG6u33WshuY38/edit#gid=0

SCIENCE PROJECT JUDGES REQUESTED

NO SPECIAL SKILL REQUIRED
You do not need to be a scientist to participate in judging.
We’ll teach you everything you need to know.

TUESDAY, JANUARY 22

Do you have a background in engineering, science or science education? If so, Korematsu’s Science Fair needs you! Please consider volunteering some of your time to judge the efforts of our young scientists!

Judging hours: 8:30 am – 8:00 pm on Tuesday, January 22 (Please allow a total of 3-4 hours to judge.)

If you can volunteer to judge, please email Marit Oieroset at moieroset@yahoo.com
Please help grow our science fair tradition! Any one of these projects have the potential to continue onto the WCCUSD district fair, the SF Bay Area fair, CA state fair, and ultimately the Intel ISEF.

Korematsu Science Fair

February 5, 2019
6:30 p.m.

Come see the work of our students at our annual science fair.
This is a family-friendly event, where younger students can see more advanced projects. It’s fun for them to see.

We may have a few other surprises as well! Stay tuned for details!

KOREMATSU GLEE

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Singers are welcome to consider/join in up until enrollment closes on January 23rd.

To secure your student’s spot for the Spring Session, submit $160 payment (total payment for the entire session/16 classes) soonest

OR let us know your student will be on scholarship (or payment plan).

For more information (including how to submit payment or about scholarships), contact parent coordinators Georgina & Mary at korematsusings@gmail.com

KOREMATSU MIDDLE SCHOOL PARENT TOURS

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Please sign up here: https://tinyurl.com/yacl153hn

DOWNLOAD THE SCHEDULE: KMS School tours 18-19.pdf

IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT YEARBOOKS!

Thanks to Korematsu’s DECA club for helping guide the 2018-2019 yearbook. These students have contributed ideas and photographs, made key decisions, and added energy and enthusiasm. But we still need your help! The more photos the Korematsu community provides, the better our yearbook! If you have photos of students or events please send them to us using one of the methods below. We need lots of photos soon to make our first Jostens deadline next week, so don’t delay, send them in today!

YEARBOOKS!
TWO WAYS TO SEND IN PHOTOS!

One easy way to send photos is to use Jostens’ mobile app called ReplayIt! Just download the app to your phone or tablet, select Korematsu as your school, then add photos. https://www.replayit.com/#/home
A cool thing about ReplayIt is that your photos (once approved by Jostens) will appear on the web site. You can also use this link to upload photos from your computer.

An alternate method of submitting photos is to use the Dropbox we have set up. Just upload photos to: https://www.dropbox.com/request/dmoKUQUIljZQ2Ov6yVKI

BOYS BASKETBALL SCHEDULE!

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Printable Schedule here: korematsu-boys-basketball-2019.pdf

Full schedule of Boys and Girls Basketball here: https://goo.gl/3F1uEk

ECHS SCHOOL TOURS

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REMIND

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Parents can join via this link, https://www.remind.com/join/ecgauchos
Text this message ecgauchos to 81010
Or add @ECGauchos if you are already registered on Remind
This Remind account is or general school events/information.

PARENT ED JuuL

Unnamed 7At this week’s PTA meeting, it became clear that parents need a crash course on JuuL. Juul is the #1 e-cigarette/vaping brand, and JUUL use among teens is on an astronomical rise. Parents may not even know what to look for, and if they find vaping devices, what to do. Juul, is the most popular vape product by far among teens. Parents and their teens may not realize that e-cigarettes deliver nicotine, sometimes an extremely hefty dose. A typical Juul cartridge, or ‘pod,’ contains about as much nicotine as a pack of 20 regular cigarettes. More easily hidden, these products can be used more with less detection, and leave less traces of use, and are looking to be extremely addictive. Further, at this time, there are zero research-driven data solutions on how to stop. We are putting together a presentation on vaping and certain social media hot topics. In the meantime, here are some links so that you can get caught up.

ARTICLES

https://www.vox.com/science-and-health/2018/5/1/17286638/juul-vaping-e-cigarette

https://www.vox.com/science-and-health/2018/12/18/18144951/juul-vaping-e-cigarettes

https://www.vox.com/2018/12/20/18150202/juul-altria-deal

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AFOpoKBUyok

EXECUTIVE FUNCTION BOOTCAMP FOR FAMILIES

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Free workshop:

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TOPIC: Prepping for final exams
DATE/TIME: Thursday, January 10th; 7-8pm
LOCATION: Classroom Matters, 2436 Sacramento Street, Berkeley, CA (nearest intersection is Sacramento & Dwight)
INSTRUCTOR: Rosalind Diaz
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All materials will be provided. Students are welcome to bring healthy snacks and a reusable water bottle.

Please note this workshop is for students only. We will be sending home some materials for you to review with them. We suggest arriving a few minutes early in order to find parking and to check-in.

Also, please note that Classroom Matters provides academic tutoring and homework support in all subject areas with an emphasis on study skills and organization. If you think that your student(s) might benefit from some additional academic support and reinforcement of the workshop material, please do not hesitate to contact us to learn more about our program.

RSVP: Teresa@classroommatters.com

FLYER

EDUCATION FAIR

Check it out!

AFTER SCHOOL GLEE (Singers)!

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Spring 2019 Glee’s first class/rehearsal (“trial class”)
is Wed. January 9th 2019
1:35-2:35pm in room A201

Singers are welcome to consider/join in up until enrollment closes on January 23rd.

To secure your student’s spot for the Spring Session, submit $160 payment (total payment for the entire session/16 classes) soonest

OR let us know your student will be on scholarship (or payment plan).

For more information (including how to submit payment or about scholarships), contact parent coordinators Georgina & Mary at korematsusings@gmail.com

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VOLUNTEERS NEEDED! GOLDEN GATE FIELDS FUNDRAISER

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Sunday, January 6, 2019
Afternoon Shifts
We’ve secured a Dollar Day at Golden Gate Fields.
If you’ve never done this before, it really is a lot of fun. We hand out drinks and hot dogs.
No special skill is required.
In exchange, we earn $1,000 check and usually $100-200 in tips.

SIGN UP IN THIS LINK!

PTA Meeting Tuesday!

PTA MeetingTuesday, January 8, 2019
7:00 p.m. MPR
JOIN US!

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VOLUNTEERS NEEDED! GOLDEN GATE FIELDS FUNDRAISER

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Sunday, January 6, 2019
Two Shifts….Morning and Afternoon
We’ve secured a Dollar Day at Golden Gate Fields.
If you’ve never done this before, it really is a lot of fun. We hand out drinks and hot dogs.
No special skill is required.
In exchange, we earn $1,000 check and usually $100-200 in tips.

SIGN UP IN THIS LINK!

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The Phoenix, December 20, 2018

Friday, December 21 is a MINIMUM DAY

Schools are Closed
Monday, December 24- Friday, January 4th
Happy New Year!
We’ll see you Monday, January 7, 2019!

LOST AND FOUND TO BE DONATED FRIDAY

COME COLLECT YOUR THINGS!!

Attention Parents and Students
All this week, Lost & Found items will be placed outside the office for claiming.
This Friday, items will be donated to a shelter if not claimed. Please come collect your things prior to break!!

Thanks, Korematsu Front Office.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

GOOD NEWS!!

The Korematsu Girls Basketball team had a gigantic home victory versus Carquinez Middle School on Tuesday afternoon. Special thanks to our new scorekeepers: Grace and Sam.

The girls play their next game following winter break at home versus Summit-Tamalpais on January 15th.

BOYS BASKETBALL SCHEDULE!

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Printable Schedule here: korematsu-boys-basketball-2019.pdf

Full schedule of Boys and Girls Basketball here: https://goo.gl/3F1uEk

KOREMATSU SCHOOL TOURS!

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SIGN UP

CELEBRATE KOREMATSU IS AROUND THE CORNER!

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Celebrate Korematsu, our annual community gathering and fundraising event, is scheduled for Saturday, February 2, 2019! We come together as a community to listen to our fabulous bands, have dinner, and we host a live and silent auction. The event, and the proceeds are split between the band and the PTSA, and we, in turn, invest the proceeds back into our school improving programs and opportunities. Some of our investments are: math tutor, classroom grants to teachers, field trips, new instruments, books, materials and supplies and more. This is a family-friendly event. Siblings are welcome!

FLIER HERE

Sign up to help here!

Please consider becoming a part of this community-building event. We’re looking for…..

DONATIONS!!!
Donate something to the live/silent auction

* Do you run a business that provides a service?
* Would you consider hosting a party?
* Do you have a vacation rental? Can you donate a weekend stay?
* Do you work for a company that holds tours or other events? Pixar, Tesla, Google?
* Warriors tickets?
* Are you willing to head up or donate to “Dessert of the Month” or “Bouquet of the Month”?
* Another idea? We’d love to hear it.

Contact us! korematsuptsa@gmail.com

EL CERRITO HIGH SCHOOL REMIND ACCOUNT

Parents can join via this link, https://www.remind.com/join/ecgauchos
Text this message ecgauchos to 81010
Or add @ECGauchos if you are already registered on Remind
This Remind account is or general school events/information.

ANNUAL MARTIN LUTHER KING

CELEBRATION IS AROUND THE CORNER
30TH ANNIVERSARY
JOIN US!

Flyer attached & Lots of info. here: http://el-cerrito.org/mlk

We’re excitedly gearing up for the 30th Annual El Cerrito MLK Celebration.

Our event team is working hard with El Cerrito’s HRC Commission, St. Peter Christian Methodist Episcopal Church, the El Cerrito Branch NAACP, and the West Contra Costa County Unified School District to make this year’s festivities extra special. The celebration will include two events: Sun. Jan 20th @4pm Movie & Panel Discussion “Cracking the Codes” and Mon. Jan. 21st Rally (8:30am) Parade (9:30am) & Program (11am)

Would be honored for your participation.
3 ways to support and participate in the 2019 Celebration
* Join the Parade, click HERE to complete interest form (we’ll reach out with additional details as date draws near)
* Volunteer, lots of fun ways you can help, sign up HERE
* Donate HERE

Of course, if you can share this information with others, it’s appreciated.

Warmly,
Georgina Edwards, 30th Anniversary MLK Event Team
former Commissioner Human Relations, El Cerrito
510-710-5962

SPARKPOINT CONTRA COSTA EVENTS!

Attached are our SparkPoint Contra Costa workshop calendars for January. Please note that we will be adding workshops from the Small Business Development Center at both of our main offices. People can register by following the links on the calendar or on their website at www.contracostasbdc.com.
We will also be starting our free tax preparation again in Bay Point for years 2015-2018. Please make sure people call to schedule an appointment. People can also call to inquire about enrolling or renewing enrollments for ITINs (Individual Taxpayer Identification Number).
I hope you all have a fantastic holiday season! See you in 2019.
Thank you.

www.sparkpointcenters.org
Mission: Partner with agencies to empower individuals and families to become financially sustainable and advocates for social change.
Values: Partnership; Offering Equity; Sustainability; Social Change; Empowerment

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LOST AND FOUND TO BE DONATED FRIDAY

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Attention Parents and Students
All this week, Lost & Found items will be placed outside the office for claiming.
This Friday, items will be donated to a shelter if not claimed.  Please come collect your things prior to break!!

Thanks, Korematsu Front Office. 

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The Phoenix, Thursday, December 13, 2018

HOLIDAY LUNCH FOR TEACHERS!

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SIGN UP TO DONATE!

SIGN UP IN THIS LINK!

AFTER SCHOOL GLEE (Singers)!

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Spring 2019 Glee’s first class/rehearsal (“trial class”)
is Wed. January 9th 2019
1:35-2:35pm in room A201

Singers are welcome to consider/join in up until enrollment closes on January 23rd.

To secure your student’s spot for the Spring Session, submit $160 payment (total payment for the entire session/16 classes) soonest

OR let us know your student will be on scholarship (or payment plan).

For more information (including how to submit payment or about scholarships), contact parent coordinators Georgina & Mary at korematsusings@gmail.com

FIDDLER ON THE ROOF FILM WATCHING PARTY

Unnamed 2Students are invited to come watch Fiddler on the Roof (the film) after school in Ms. La Due’s room on Friday. This is a great opportunity to get familiar with the musical before we have our auditions for Fiddler on the Roof Jr. in January! There will be snacks. Everyone is welcome, even if they don’t plan on auditioning.

What: Watching Fiddler on the Roof!
When: Friday, December 14th, 2:45pm-6pm (It’s a long movie!)
Where: Ms. La Due’s room, C216

See you there!

IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT YEARBOOKS!

Thanks to Korematsu’s DECA club for helping guide the 2018-2019 yearbook. These students have contributed ideas and photographs, made key decisions, and added energy and enthusiasm. But we still need your help! The more photos the Korematsu community provides, the better our yearbook! If you have photos of students or events please send them to us using one of the methods below. We need lots of photos soon to make our first Jostens deadline next week, so don’t delay, send them in today!

YEARBOOKS!
TWO WAYS TO SEND IN PHOTOS!

One easy way to send photos is to use Jostens’ mobile app called ReplayIt! Just download the app to your phone or tablet, select Korematsu as your school, then add photos. https://www.replayit.com/#/home
A cool thing about ReplayIt is that your photos (once approved by Jostens) will appear on the web site. You can also use this link to upload photos from your computer.

An alternate method of submitting photos is to use the Dropbox we have set up. Just upload photos to: https://www.dropbox.com/request/dmoKUQUIljZQ2Ov6yVKI

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK TODAY AND GET A CHANCE TO WIN $1,000

With the holidays come feelings of joy, warmth and togetherness. And now, a Holiday Sweepstakes. Order a yearbook and you’re entered to win a $1,000 Amazon gift card!*

Order by December 14 ››

*No Purchase Necessary (see http://www.jostens.com/yearbookholiday for details) ››

YEARBOOKS!
ADD SPECIAL RECOGNITION
FOR YOUR STUDENT

Want to add a personal message to your student in the yearbook? This year we are including special recognition ads, with a portion of the proceeds benefitting the DECA club. These ads will appear in the back of each yearbook, letting you recognize the accomplishments of your child.

Visit the Korematsu store page on Jostens’ site to place your order. https://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1003883/Fred-T.-Korematsu-Middle-School/

Note, too, that you can use the store link to order your yearbook.

RESERVE YOUR YEARBOOK!
ORDER TODAY!

Order by December 14 ››

ECHS SCHOOL TOURS

Screen Shot 2018 12 05 at 9 40 33 AMEl Cerrito High School tours for incoming 9th grade students and their guardians are held on the first Friday of each month. The parent/guardian must sign up at the front desk at ECHS ahead of time. School Phone Number: 510- 231-1437

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED! GOLDEN GATE FIELDS FUNDRAISER

Unnamed 3Sunday, January 6, 2019
Two Shifts….Morning and Afternoon
We’ve secured a Dollar Day at Golden Gate Fields.
If you’ve never done this before, it really is a lot of fun. We hand out drinks and hot dogs.
No special skill is required.
In exchange, we earn $1,000 check and usually $100-200 in tips.

SIGN UP IN THIS LINK!

FOOD DRIVE

Unnamed 3Our students are participating in a food drive for the Food Bank of Contra Costa County. The preferred list of donations are:

* Natural Peanut Butter
* Whole Grain Cereals
* Hearty, Low-Sodium Soups
* Beans and Lentils (Dried and Canned)
* Canned Tuna and Chicken in Water
* Canned Fruit in Juice
* Non-perishable, low-sodium ready-to-eat meals (Chili, Ravioli, etc.)
* Low-sodium Canned Vegetables
* Brown Rice
* Whole Wheat/Grain Pasta
* Canned Tomato Products

Please, no food in glass.

Thank you so much for your support!

Korematsu Middle School Parent Tours

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Please sign up here: https://goo.gl/forms/SwuwYgTSf9E2qS8k1

CALL FOR VOLUNTEER JUDGES: SCIENCE FAIR

TUESDAY, JANUARY 22

Do you have a background in engineering, science or science education? If so, Korematsu’s Science Fair needs you! Please consider volunteering some of your time to judge the efforts of our young scientists!

Judging hours: 8:30 am – 8:00 pm on Tuesday, January 22 (Please allow a total of 3-4 hours to judge.)

If you can volunteer to judge, please email Marit Oieroset at moieroset@yahoo.com
Please help grow our science fair tradition! Any one of these projects have the potential to continue onto the WCCUSD district fair, the SF Bay Area fair, CA state fair, and ultimately the Intel ISEF.

DECEMBER MESSAGE FROM SUPERINTENDENT DUFFY

UnnamedIMPORTANT! PLEASE READ!
IT’S ABOUT BUDGET REALLOCATIONS AND REDUCTIONS

CLICK ON THIS LINK TO READ

JOIN US FOR GREAT MUSIC AT EL CERRITO HIGH SCHOOL TWO FABULOUS EVENTS!

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HEADED TO EL CERRITO HIGH?

COME LEARN ABOUT THE DANCE PROGRAM

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The Phoenix, December 6, 2018

TONIGHT!!

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FRIDAY – ECHS SCHOOL TOURS

Screen Shot 2018 12 05 at 9 40 33 AMEl Cerrito High School tours for incoming 9th grade students and their guardians are held on the first Friday of each month. The parent/guardian must sign up at the front desk at ECHS ahead of time. School Phone Number: 510- 231-1437

FOOD DRIVE

Screen Shot 2018 12 05 at 10 21 07 AMOur students are participating in a food drive for the Food Bank of Contra Costa County. The preferred list of donations are:

Natural Peanut Butter
Whole Grain Cereals
Hearty, Low-Sodium Soups
Beans and Lentils (Dried and Canned)
Canned Tuna and Chicken in Water
Canned Fruit in Juice
Non-perishable, low-sodium ready-to-eat meals (Chili, Ravioli, etc.)
Low-sodium Canned Vegetables
Brown Rice
Whole Wheat/Grain Pasta
Canned Tomato Products

Please, no food in glass.

Thank you so much for your support!

SIGN UP! DECEMBER 14th TEACHER LUNCHEON

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Sign up to Bring Food in this Link!

Korematsu Holiday Teacher Luncheon.pdf

CALL FOR VOLUNTEER JUDGES: SCIENCE FAIR TUESDAY, JANUARY 22

Do you have a background in engineering, science or science education? If so, Korematsu’s Science Fair needs you! Please consider volunteering some of your time to judge the efforts of our young scientists!

Judging hours: 8:30 am – 8:00 pm on Tuesday, January 22 (Please allow a total of 3-4 hours to judge.)

If you can volunteer to judge, please email Marit Oieroset at moieroset@yahoo.com
Please help grow our science fair tradition! Any one of these projects have the potential to continue onto the WCCUSD district fair, the SF Bay Area fair, CA state fair, and ultimately the Intel ISEF.

KOREMATSU PARENT TOURS

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Please sign up here: https://tinyurl.com/yacl153hn

DOWNLOAD THE SCHEDULE HERE
KMS School tours 18-19.pdf

A Few Reminders

TONIGHT! PIZZA! FOR DINNER!

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TOMORROW!

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FRIDAY – ECHS SCHOOL TOURS

Screen Shot 2018 12 05 at 9 40 33 AMEl Cerrito High School tours for incoming 9th grade students and their guardians are held on the first Friday of each month. The parent/guardian must sign up at the front desk at ECHS ahead of time. School Phone Number: 510- 231-1437

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