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ATTENTION 8th GRADE PARENTS - FINAL PROMOTION ACTIVITIES!
Congrats to all of our TL 8th Graders! You survived!!!
Please click HERE to see the FINAL communication regarding the 8th Grade festivities for our last week of school. It provides detailed information, so please make sure to review prior to Wednesday.
Special thanks to the 8th Grade Promo Team of Lagille Rodriguez, Haley Sanchez and Hazel Stabinsky who have been feverishly working to create memorable experiences for our kids!
2021-2022 School Year Calendar
Please visit our Calendar page to download a copy.
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We appreciate every single contribution that gets us closer to our $3 million goal. Please check the draft donor roll to review your donations to SCEF this year (fiscal year ending 6/30/2021) and if there are any errors or omissions please let Scott Cleaveland know at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can make a gift to support the 2021-22 school year at https://scefkids.org/donate/.
We Love our Sponsors
As we end the school year, we wanted to say a final thank you to these businesses that supported SCEF during this challenging year: Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Premia Capital and Prince St. Properties, The Partners at DWELL--Bob Bredel, Laura Bertolacci, Alana Corso, Tatum Clarke & Joyce Romeo, Black Mountain Properties, CB Showers, CA Water Service, Chang Orthodontics, Lyngso Garden Materials, Peninsula Chemical Company, Tavarez Orthodontics, Veev, County Consumer Plumbing, John McAfee-State Farm Insurance, Northwall Builders, Sutter Health/Palo Alto Medical Foundation, Roberts Market, Scenic Scapes, Bow Wow Meow-San Carlos, Kindercourt and Murphy Music School. Special thanks to our many in-kind donors including Wendy Wood Design, TOWN, Moquin Press, Representative Jackie Speier, Da Vinci Marble and all of the businesses who donated to our auction. For a list of the many businesses who donated to our auction, and support SCEF year-round, click here.
Community Foundation of San Carlos 21-Day Social and Racial Equity Challenge
There are many ways to organize the challenge. We leave it up to you as to how you will structure the timing for your group. Possibilities include:
· 21 days straight (e.g. June 1-21 or June 5-26)
· Five weekdays (weekends off to catch up) for 21 days
· Three days on, two days off, etc throughout the month
· Everyone goes at their own pace but agrees to finish by June 30
· Reflection done weekly, upon completion of the challenge, or however you decide
The challenge can be taken individually, as a group within an organization or as a group of friends. Many of our CFSC Board members and volunteers undertook this challenge together in late 2020 and benefited greatly from this engaging learning experience. It can be a powerful tool to help examine values and goals and encourage dialogue on these important topics.
Our website has all of the materials you will need to begin. If you have questions or would like to chat more about the process, please contact 21DayChallenge@sancarloscf.org. Please let us know if you take it on as we hope to celebrate our community partners joining in this important journey. Register your participation by filling out the Challenge Accepted form. Participants will be posted on our website.
Please keep your child and all siblings home if anyone in your household is sick.
Please remember to contact your school site if someone in your household tests positive for COVID-19 or if your child has been in close contact with someone diagnosed with COVID-19. Our district nurses are here to help support you in understanding quarantine lengths and ways for getting your student back to school as quickly as possible within the county health guidelines.
Student and Community Testing to Keep our Kids On Campus
Sign up at one of the following locations to begin your regular weekly testing:
Central Middle School
- Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Fridays 10:00 am-4:00 pm
- Thursdays 1:00-7:00pm
Other Community Based Testing sites in San Mateo County Here
Children from 4 ½ to 11 years old are welcome to join in the weekly activities that include arts and crafts, outdoor games, water slides weekly and themes to tie it all together. Kamparama opens at 8:00 am each day and will end at 5:00 pm. Drop offs and pickups are any hours between those times. We will be preparing healthy and delicious lunches and snacks daily for the kids, one less job for busy parents. We’ll also have a visit from the ice cream truck each week, just to sweeten the day!
Kamparama will provide a fun, safe environment for kids this summer just as it has for 40 years. We invite you to check out our web site for more information and/or to register. Kamparama 2021 Summer Camp - www.afterschoolkids.net
San Carlos Park and Rec
Legarza Summer Camps
Summer programs are now enrolling at www.legarzasports.org. We will be offering morning, afternoon, and all day programs weekly from June through August.
We are also currently offering $100 scholarships to families needing additional financial support to attend our summer programs. Those interested in receiving a scholarship can contact email@example.com.
REDISCOVER SUMMER FUN Camp Galileo for Pre-K – Rising 8th Graders
Limited enrollment—sign up now!
Save $25 per week before May 3rd! When you book for 3 weeks you’ll save $175, that’s $25 per week, plus $50 savings for weeks two and three.
Optional extended care.
Dates: June 14 - July 30, 2021
Location: Brittan Acres Elementary School
Learn more at www.galileo-camps.com
Steve & Kate's Summer Camp
Campers will choose an interest-based, pod-like group, called a Squad. At camp, children will gather with their fellow enthusiasts to immerse themselves in activities, or pursue projects with an emphasis that speaks to their tastes. Squad specialties include sewing, building, performing arts, coding and gaming, sports & recreation, or a mix of everything! Campers will also have the opportunity to enjoy outdoor classes, socially distanced indoor and outdoor recreation, performances, fan-favorites like Gameshow, gaga, and wacky or wet inflatables, and a circuit of rotating activities featuring arcade games, clay, sewing, and more.
We’ve also got plenty of perks for parents. Lunch and snacks are included daily, and there’s no risk if your plans change. At the end of the summer, if you have any leftover purchased Day Passes, we’ll refund them in full, automatically.
Dates: June 14 - July 30 - Summer 2021
Ages: Ages 4-12
Location: Arundel Elementary School
Learn more at https://steveandkatescamp.com/san-carlos/