The Summer Fun Café Kicking Off With A FREE BBQ Event
Wednesday, June 29, 2016
Skyline Hills Community Park 8285 Skyline Dr., San Diego, 92114
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I am just barely three months into my new role with PTA as the President for the SDUCPTA. Needless to day, I’ve been busy, we all have, you all have, but I do not do the work entirely on my own, it would be impossible to, besides, somebody got to do the laundry at home right? Continue reading
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Birney Elementary PTA invites the entire community to our annual Passport to Adventure Festival. This program highlights Birney’s mission to “Think Globally, Learn Locally” by exploring cultures and traditions of countries around the world. Come and join in on the fun!
Entrance to the festival, including a passport to be stamped for each child, entertainment and country booths, is free; all additional game booths and food trucks are available at additional cost.
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Summer Fun Cafe 2015
This is a program sponsored in part by the Department of Agriculture and Parks and Recreation as well as with the Food Services of SDUSD where children 2 – 18 years can eat free. There is NO Registration, NO income verification, NO enrollment required. In San Diego, various school sites and recreation centers are participating in this great program. In addition, at participating recreation centers, they’ll have a special BBQ where parents/guardians can eat for a nominal fee (usually $2) as well as feature resources that are available for families. For more information visit:
http://www.sandi.net/food available in English and Espanol.
Be sure to check out the Summer Fun Cafe Kickoff BBQ
Thursday, June 25, 2015
Skyline Hills Community Park 8285 Skyline Dr. San Diego 92114
10:30 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Lunch served 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.
For more information visit:
http://sandi.net/food available in English and Espanol
Olivewood Gardens and Learning Center-Day of Play
Saturday, June 27, 2015
10 am – 1 pm
Join Olivewood Gardens in National City for their annual Day of Play where you can participate in a variety of activities for the whole family including arts and craft, making your own snacks, physical activities, and earn raffle tickets for a variety of prizes. The is a free event, registration is required as space is limited. See attached flyer for more info or visit: http://olivewoodgardens.org/dayofplay/
Check with the local Recreation Center in your area for their summer program guides.
Summer Camps – many to choose from, inquire about financial aid, some
institutions offer a membership discount.
San Diego Summer Camps
San Diego Family Magazine
San Diego Youth Camp
Activities: Sports, Crafts, Games, Team Building, Swimming, Field Trips & More! Summer Camps Available!
What to bring to camp daily: Closed toed comfortable shoes, lunch/snack & and a great attitude.
Summer Camp Dates:
•June 16th – September 3rd
For more information:
www.sdyouthcamp.org or email email@example.com
3rd, 4th, 5th grades
8 am – 12 pm
6th, 7th, 8th, and 9th grade
1 pm – 5 pm
July 29, 30, and 31
Use code: witheyblock20 to get 20% off of $175
San Diego Zoo
San Diego Civic Dance Arts
Pre-dancer dance camp (for ages 3.5 – 6 years)
Summer Reading Programs:
There is a summer reading program as well as the special
presentations going on at the North Clairemont library (the summer reading
program itself is happening at all of the public libraries but each branch
chooses to do special presentations).
Here’s a link to the public library:
National PTA has resources for Family Reading, go to the link below and scroll down for resources:
Barnes and Noble
Schoolastics Summer Reading Program (free online program)
This web article summarizes what is mentioned above and more:
Here we are in June and the Council and most of our PTAs are coming to the end of the fiscal year. That means that new boards will start to get to work on all of the great things PTA does. This is my last president letter of the term. I have really enjoyed my two years working with all of our PTAs and I look forward to continue the work as council Parliamentarian next year. Though she really needs no introduction, I would like to welcome Celeste Bobryk-Ozaki as 2015-2017 SDUCPTA President. Celeste has been the Legislative VP for council for the last two years as well as the lead on the Smart From The Start Energy Balance program. I know that she will be a great leader for San Diego Unified and I look forward to our next two years.
It is LCAP update time in San Diego Unified. The new LCAP draft should be published any day now. Keep looking to Sandi.net for the latest. I encourage you to talk with your principal, your teachers, and your children about what is going well at your school and what needs improvement. Please inform your parents about this opportunity so that each school can be its best. The Local Control Funding formula will fail without parent input. If you have any school funding or budget questions, please contact the Council.
May 1 was a big due date for PTA units. Please make sure you have submitted the following to council. If you are in need of assistance for any of these items, please let us know.
Call us now if you are in need of help.