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1 T HE S AMOHI PTSA April - May calendar and parent meeting dates on back page A PRIL 2005 VOLUME 04-05, ISSUE 5 SANTA MONICA HIGH SCHOOL 310/ PICO BOULEVARD, SANTA MONICA, CA 90405, Santa Monica-Malibu Council, 33rd District KAREN DICKERSON & CHERI ORGEL, PTSA Co-Presidents; ILENE STRAUS, CEO/Principal; GRETCHEN GOETZ, LOUISE JAFFE & MARIA RODRIGUEZ, Co-Editors Back to work after Spring Break Message from PTSA Co-presidents We hope you and your family had a wonderful spring break and are now ready to get back to school work. We are truly grateful for all the recognition and local support Samohi receives from parents, the community and the City of Santa Monica. However, the State Budget is a matter of grave concern for all of California's public schools and Samohi is no exception. We will continue to monitor the state funding situation and communicate to our elected officials our belief that California's students deserve adequately funded, good schools! Please join us in this essential work. Please see page 2 for more information on how you can help. Karen Dickerson, , Cheri Orgel, , Samohi PTSA Co-presidents April 12th PTSA Meeting: The Pathway to College for Students with Disabilities and What Students Need To Know To Transition Out of High School Tuesday, April 12th, 2005 at 7 pm in the student cafeteria The PTSA is joining the Special Education District Advisory Committee in presenting this program for parents, teachers and students. Which students are best suited for a competitive college experience and what are some alternatives? What accommodations are likely to enable particular students to succeed in competitive work or academic settings and how should these students go about disclosing their learning disability and assuring their rights to these entitlements? What activities need to take place during a student s middle and high school career to build the self-confidence and self-advocacy skills that are essential to post-secondary success? What particular supports are most likely to succeed in providing students the help they need in critical areas such as goal setting, time management, note-taking, and seeking assistance? We will also have materials and speakers available from local vocational agencies and training centers. Spanish translation is provided at all PTSA meetings. All are invited! 2nd Semester Progress Reports and Report Card Schedule 6th week grading period ended March 11: Progress reports should have been received during Spring Break (mailing paid for by PTSA) 12th week grading period ends May 6: Progress reports will be mailed home week of May 9th 2nd semester ends June 24: Semester Report Card will be mailed home week of June 27th Message from the Principal, Dr. Straus Dear Parents, We have just finished our accreditation process with the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). It has been an intense examination of our progress as a school in meeting the academic needs of our students, based on expected standards. The process looked at all facets of our program. We did an extensive self-study as part of the accreditation and a visiting team of eight validated our study, interviewing parents, students, as well as site and District staff. They produced a document that summarized our profile, and looked in depth at the quality of the program at Santa Monica High School. Areas of strength and key issues were identified for the next three to six years of improvement efforts at Samohi. We will be developing an action plan to specifically address the schoolwide critical areas for follow up. Please be sure to join me at our May PTSA meeting when I will review all the WASC findings and talk about our plans to ensure that all Samohi students experience academic success. The following summarizes the general findings by the accreditation team: Schoolwide Areas of Strength 1. Implementation of smaller learning communities in the format of Houses allows for better communication between students, parents and the school so stakeholders have the opportunity to work together to meet the academic needs of students. 2. The Pinnacle on-line program is a useful tool for communicating assignments and progress to parents, students and school. 3. The House system provides for a low advisor-student ratio, which allows for greater personalization and access to services. continued on page 2 Have you logged on to Samohi s website today? The Samohi website is updated daily. The daily Blue Bulletin, that is read to students, is posted daily. Check it out! Gang Violence Prevention Workshop Saturday, April 9, John Adams Middle School 9 a.m. to 12 noon All are invited to attend this second community workshop sponsored by the City of Santa Monica and State Senator Sheila Kuehl. Spanish translation and refreshments will be provided. More information about the April 9 workshop is available online at StopGangViolence.smgov.net, along with details of the work accomplished at the first workshop that was held February 26.

2 The state of the state budget CARAVAN FOR KIDS Wednesday, April 27 - Thursday, April 28 Join State & Local PTAs as parents and children protest the Governor s proposed budget. Insist that Governor Schwarzenegger and the Legislature: Honor the promise to restore $2 billion to California schools. Uphold Proposition 98 Constitutional funding guarantee for public schools approved by the voters. Rebuild California s commitment to education. The Caravan for Kids begins Wednesday, April 27 We will travel to Sacramento, spend the night, and make our voices heard at the Capitol on Thursday, April 28 at Noon. We will make history. Be a part of it. Join the Caravan For Kids! For more information: (310) or The Future of California s K-12 Public Schools Saturday, April 16, 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. The RAND Corporation, 1776 Main Street, Santa Monica Stephen J. Carroll, principal investigator of RAND's recently published study, California's K-12 Public Schools: How are They Doing? will start the morning with a presentation of key findings. A small panel comprised of a superintendent, a principal and a teacher will discuss the implications of the RAND findings at their schools. A panel of state policymakers will provide perspectives from those who are already working on these issues in Sacramento and around the state, including information on what we can expect to see over the coming several months and what local communities can do to help. This will be the first large public gathering to attend a policy forum at RAND's new headquarters in Santa Monica. For reservations and more information, please contact: (310) or at Message from Dr. Straus, continued from page 1 4. Samohi has a strong system of on-site counseling and community resources available to assist students and families. 5. Faculty and staff demonstrate professionalism, creativity and the nurturing of students. 6. The District supports the restructuring effort to meet their vision. Important! How you can help... Please leave a message for the Governor by calling (916) You can write to Governor Schwarzenegger at State Capitol, Sacramento, CA To send an , go to Proposed State Education Budget PTA is very worried about the Governor's proposed budget for Here's why: This budget breaks the promises made last year. Last year the Education Coalition, representing all facets of the education community, worked with the Governor and accepted his plea to suspend for one year the money schools were legally owed by Proposition 98 (which is a voter approved amendment to our state s constitution) based on his personal guarantee to resume Prop 98 monies this year. Now he s changed his mind. This is despite the fact that state revenues are actually higher this year than what was projected when the promise was made. The impact of this broken promise is the loss of anticipated revenue to the State s public schools of nearly 2 billion dollars for next year. In terms of Santa Monica-Malibu, it means a loss of nearly 6 million dollars in funds that would have been owed to us under the agreement. The Governor s budget gives with one hand, but takes with the other. The increase that is included in one portion of the budget (which is being touted by the Governor s office) is offset by the fact that the budget shifts ongoing costs out of the state s budget onto the shoulders of the individual school districts. Under the proposal, each district will have to assume the state s share of the teacher retirement program. For SMMUSD, this cost alone is about $1.2 million! Weakening Prop 98 will make things bad now, and worse later. Prop 98 was approved by voters to guarantee a minimum funding level for education. The Governor s proposals will eviscerate Prop 98 and reduce funding levels for years and years to come. This is completely contrary to what is needed. A recent report by Education Week, Quality Counts 2005, ranked California 44th in the nation in perpupil funding, and a study by the RAND Corporation documents the California K-12 school system s fall from being a national leader 30 years ago to its current ranking near the bottom in every objective category. We need our Governor to address this crisis intelligently The Legislature established the Quality Education Commission two years ago to take a thoughtful, comprehensive look at what it really costs to educate a child and the best way to finance that. But the Governor has not even made his appointments to the commission! GOOD SCHOOLS ARE GOOD FOR EVERYONE! A strong public education system is vital to California s well-being in a global society. Business leaders recognize that a strong economy requires a first-class education system. Please let the Governor know you expect him to work to improve our public schools and provide increased and adequate funding! 4. Develop and implement strategies to accurately assess disaggregated school data and distribute it to staff in ways that may be used effectively by teachers to guide instruction. 5. Increase communication between all stakeholders in the decisionmaking process to promote student achievement. Please continue to look in the mail for our newsletters, regular academic progress reports, check online to monitor your student s academic progress through our Pinnacle system and view our updated website, full of current information to assist you and your student to make the most of the four years here at Samohi. Thank you for all you do to support your student s progress here and for your additional efforts to make a difference for all students at Samohi. Our parents and community make a significant difference in our ability to serve our students well and to provide additional support, resources and opportunities for our 3400 student population. Schoolwide Critical Areas for Follow-up 1. The enrollment in advanced level courses needs to more accurately reflect the school s diverse population. 2. Implementation of common semester assessments, benchmarks and pacing plans in subject-alike classes will provide assessment information, in addition to CAHSEE and STAR data, for analysis and to drive curricular change. 3. The lack of involvement of students in the decision-making process Sincerely, limits the enhancement of school culture at Samohi. Ilene Straus, Ed.D., Chief Educational Officer/Principal The Viking Voice, April 05 2 Samohi

3 Things you need to know Policies, procedures and events New laws regarding Inhaler and Epi Pen Recent state legislation now allows students to carry and selfadminister inhaled asthma medication and auto-injectable epinephrine at school. The school district needs to receive a statement from the student's physician detailing the name of the medication and the method, amount and time schedules for administration. In addition, the student's parent or guardian must consent in writing to the selfadministration and provide a release for the school nurse. A student may be subject to disciplinary action under Ed Code if the student uses inhaled asthma medication or auto-injectable epinephrine in a manner inconsistent with the law. For more information, please contact Lora Morn, Samohi's nurse, , ext 374, Drop-off, pick-up and parking around Samohi s campus be safe and avoid getting a ticket! Samohi and the Santa Monica Police Department are working together to promote the safety of students, families and staff. Safe places to drop-off and pick-up your students are: Along the west side of Seventh Street (please do not double park or stop in the crosswalk or drive way) On Olympic (east bound) Blvd. The north parking lot. Along the curb on Michigan. The Santa Monica Police Department will issue citations for the following offenses Stopping on Pico Blvd. between Lincoln Blvd. and Fourth Street Double or triple parking on Olympic Blvd. Any U-Turns at Seventh and Michigan or on Seventh Street Stopping on Seventh Street (north bound) The planning for Grad Nite 2005 is well under way! For volunteering, ticket sales, and all other Grad Nite information, go to Samohi s webpage at Grad Nite, a safe and sober event for Samohi and Olympic High graduating seniors, will take place after graduation, June 23. The fantasy cruise destination for the Class of 2005 is the Greek Isles; and the theme is "It s All Greek to Me!" VOLUNTEERING: Volunteer forms were mailed to senior parents in February. The form is now available in the Activities office, in the Parent Center offices and on the Samohi webpage. Kim Eyler is coordinating volunteers and can be reached for questions at: phone: Please do not call to volunteer we need a completed form. You will receive confirmation of your shift in early June. The shifts fill up quickly, so don t delay! TICKET SALES: To see if your student has purchased their ticket, please check the webpage, or the list posted in the Administration breezeway. Tickets are currently $65 and will increase to $75 at the door. Chris Thornton is coordinating ticket sales and can be reached at phone: WORKING ON THE BOAT: The construction and refurbishing of the sets for the Grad Nite ship will begin in April. We will post information online regarding exact dates and times. No artistic or construction experience necessary - there will be volunteers to guide you through the work. PRIZES: We need over 700 prizes for the prize booth! If you can help solicit prizes, have connections for donating paint or construction supplies, please contact Val Glick at phone: All are invited to the Masterworks Concert featuring Chorale, Madrigal Ensemble, and Chamber Singers! Friday, April 29th, 7pm Barnum Hall, $10 donation Shape the Future 2025 You are invited to the Youth Participation Program and Forum on April 21 at Samohi. Shape the Future is a project that will develop the community s vission for how people live, work and play in SM during the next 20 years. For information about the Youth Planning project, please contact: Liz Bar-El, City Planning Division, , For more information on Shape the Future 2025, go to Celebration For The Arts 2005 Friday, April 8th - Sunday, 10th, 11am-6pm at the Santa Monica Pier A weekend festival of the arts, with concert performances starring local talent Venice, showcasing talents of Santa Monica-Malibu students, to promote arts education in the district and create awareness of For The Arts, an endowment campaign of the Education Foundation of Santa Monica-Malibu. Friday, April 8 at 6:30pm 10:30pm VIP Benefit Event Cocktail reception, Program and Venice in concert at Arcadia Nightclub at the Pier VIP Reception Tickets - $150 each Saturday, April 9 at 7:00pm Community Concert Venice in concert at the Arcadia Nightclub Community Concert Tickets - $35 each to benefit Olympic High School Guitar Program and For The Arts endowment. Saturday, April 9 and Sunday, April 10, 11:00am 6:00pm FREE ARTS FESTIVAL- open to the public To purchase tickets or for additional information Linda Gross, Executive Director, Education Foundation of Santa Monica- Malibu, ext 395, Senior Art Show May 19, 6-8 p.m. in Samohi s Roberts Art Gallery All are invited to the SENIOR ART SHOW! The show will feature approximately 50 aspiring artists who have taken at least two years of visual arts on campus. We need your help! The opening of the show includes an awards ceremony and we hope to raise $5,000 to distribute among the exhibitors. This recognition means a great deal to young artists and will reward their hard work. We welcome donors to pick their own winner or to specify criterea for their award. Please go to the Samohi website for more information regarding donations: If you have any questions, please contact: Amy Bouse, Art Department Chair, ext 443, Senior Prom is May 14th! Do you have "prom" dresses hanging in a closet that are not likely to be worn again? Samohi is organizing a Prom Dress Boutique, an affordable alternative to purchasing a prom dress retail for our senior students. Please make sure the dress is in good shape and of a current style. Bring it to the Activities Office in the Administration Office. Thank you in advance for your donations. For more information, contact: Cathy Marsh, Samohi Solar Alliance is a group of proactive students, teachers and parents making a difference in the Santa Monica community. Our goal: to make Samohi energy efficient through solar power, thereby promoting a clean environment, reducing US oil dependency and setting an example for schools nationwide. We need your help! Please contribute through donations, T-shirt purchase, and by putting us in contact with supportive local business. us: to become an SSA member, ask questions, and share ideas. The Viking Voice, April 05 3 Samohi

4 Tutoring, support and important school dates Plan Ahead! Summer Schedule at Samohi Summer School The 2005 Summer School will begin Tuesday, July 5 and end Friday, August 12. Summer school provides students an opportunity to repeat classes and correct deficiencies in their coursework. Registration for Summer School will be after spring break. For more information, please contact: Ruth Esseln, ext 136, or go to: Registration for next year at Samohi Thursday, August 25th for incoming seniors Friday, August 26th for incoming juniors Monday, August 29th for incoming sophmores Tuesday, August 30th for incoming freshmen PTSA will mail registration information and forms home to all families this summer and will include instructions for students who will not be in town during their registration dates. Please note that students are strongly encouraged to register in person on their assigned day. First Day of School : Wednesday, September 7th, 2005 Help your teenager acquire lifelong skills and habits to apply to any career Self confidence * Good work habits * Cooperation * Personal Responsibility Practical problem-solving * Teamwork * Punctuality * Reliability Very soon your student will be selecting classes for the school year. They can speak to their advisor about the many classes offered by the Regional Occupational Program (ROP). If your student is 16 years old or in 11th grade, encourage them to jump-start their future by exploring a career or gaining job skills. ROP courses also reinforce basic academic skills and relate them to the "real world," showing students their importance in everyday work situations. Some courses offer workplace learning opportunities for students, with paid or unpaid internships. Our schedule is available at: If you do not have internet access, we would love to see you visit the ROP office and pick up a schedule. ROP Office, , ext 457 or Ms. McCray, ROP Counselor, ,ext 329. Testing Schedule for May STAR TESTING: In order to help Samohi students continue the commendable success that they had last year on California s Standardized Testing and Reporting (STAR) results, we will implement this schedule. Students will be testing in the classrooms and with the teachers where they receive instruction in English, History, Math and Science. In addition, this schedule will provide students with more time in between exams and with their teachers. Please encourage your children to do their best on these exams. You will receive the results in the summer. AP EXAMS: Will take place May 2nd May 13th (see page 5) CAHSEE MAKE-UP: Students graduating in the Class of 2006 are expected to pass this exam in order to graduate. ONLY 10th graders who were absent for the March test dates may take it on May 10 and 11th. If you have any questions regarding STAR testing, please contact Tristan Komlos at ext 336, For questions regarding AP testing, please contact Eva Mayoral, , ext 226, Day & Date Does your student need help? Have they tried Samohi s free tutoring? Many teachers provide additional help after school or during lunch. Have your child ask their teacher if extra help is available. New hours! College student tutors are ready to help Tuesdays and Thursdays after school 3:30 until 5:30 p.m. in Room T207 and T208 for tutoring and peer advising. Help in Math, English, Biology, and other subjects is provided free of charge through Xinachtli from UCLA. Math Tutor, volunteer Warren Orloff, is available every day after school until 4:30 in Room H100. There is always a librarian on hand to help students use the library (open from 7am-5pm Monday through Thursday and from 7am-4:30pm on Fridays.) Students in our Alliance program have access to an in-school tutorial built into the school day. For more information, please contact your child's advisor. New! Second semester, we have added a math tutorial built into the school day in addition to their regular math class to support students who are struggling in algebra and geometry as indicated by their first semester grades. New! We have just completed a tutorial math series for 10th grade students to help assure that students pass the CAHSEE (California High School Exit Exam). We will have another series for current 11th grade students who need to pass the CAHSEE. If you have any questions about tutoring, please call Wendy Wax Gellis, Advisor/Administrator, ext 472 or at Counseling and support Counseling is available on campus for students experiencing problems which are interfering with their ability to be successful at school. Speak with your child's House Advisor if you would like your son or daughter to receive such services. For more information, please contact: Kathy McTaggart, Alliance Program Director, , ext 322, Tiffany Tyler, Student Outreach Specialist, , ext 330, Roberto Morales, Student Outreach Liaison, , ext 331, School schedule Periods conducting exams In what class the test will be given in Test administered Wed, May 4 Late Start/Regular All Science 10 th grade Science Field Test Thurs, May 5 BLOCK (per A, 1, 3, 5) AM, 1, 3, 5 English English CST part 1 Fri, May 6 BLOCK (per A, 2, 4, 6) AM, 2, 4, 6 English English CST part 1 Mon, May 9 BLOCK (per A, 1, 3, 5) AM, 1, 3, 5 English English CST part 2 Tues, May 10 BLOCK (per A, 2, 4, 6) AM, 2, 4, 6 English English CST part 2/ CAHSEE ELA Wed, May 11 Late Start/Regular Make up exams/ CAHSEE Math Thurs, May 12 BLOCK (per A, 1, 3, 5) AM, 1, 3, 5 Math Math CST part 1 Fri, May 13 BLOCK (per A, 2, 4, 6) AM, 2, 4, 6 Math Math CST part 1 Mon, May 16 BLOCK (per A, 1, 3, 5) AM, 1, 3, 5 Math Math CST part 2 Tues, May 17 BLOCK (per A, 2, 4, 6) AM, 2, 4, 6 Math Math CST part 2 Wed, May 18 Late Start/Regular Make up exams Thurs, May 19 BLOCK (per A, 1, 3, 5) AM, 1, 3, 5 Social Science Social Science CST Fri, May 20 BLOCK (per A, 2, 4, 6) AM, 2, 4, 6 Social Science Social Science CST Mon, May 23 BLOCK (per A, 1, 3, 5) AM, 1, 3, 5 Science Science CST parts 1 & 2 Tues, May 24 BLOCK (per A, 2, 4, 6) AM, 2, 4, 6 Science Science CST parts 1 & 2 The Viking Voice, April 05 4 Samohi

5 College Samohi s Future Center is open to all parents and students, Monday-Friday 7:30 am- 4 pm. located in the Administration Bldg., Room 500. Please call counselors Clara Beard (last names A-L), ext 324 or Ada Hollie (last names M-Z), ext 328 if you would like to make an appointment. College Seekers and Planners! Tips from Samohi s Future Center and Joyce Smith Your mission is to find a good college for YOU, the type that will fit YOUR needs and interests. Talk with your parents, teachers and counselors to help you decide. Discuss the pros and cons of schools you are considering with recent graduates or students currently attending the school(s). When possible, personally visit the campus(es). Many schools will arrange an overnight/weekend stay in the dorm. Before choosing a college, write down the things you are looking for in a college. For example: Curriculum: Does the college offer a program in your field of interest? Location: Do you want to attend college near home, or do you want to go to another section of the country, such as New England? Size: Do you want to go to a small, medium-size or large college? Housing: Do you want to live in a dorm or would you rather live with a few people? Religious Affiliation: Do you want to attend a college administered by a particular religious denomination? Cost: Do you have specific plans for financing your college education? Whether you are in the beginning research stage or the final decision stage, remember: SENIORS 1. Keep up your GPA during this last semester. Even if you are admitted to a college, they will rescind your admission if they see a major drop in your grade. 2. Once admitted to a college go and visit it before you make your final decision if possible. 3. And don t forget to have a meaningful summer working, studying or volunteering! JUNIORS 1. Now is the time to start seriously thinking about college. 2. Use the Ruggs Recommendations on the Colleges to start your search. This book lists colleges according to area of interest and selectivity. Copies are in The Future Center. You can also use the Bridges - Choices Planner software (see column at right). 3. Visit different kinds of colleges here in the LA area: Big and public UCLA, Cal State LA, Cal State Northridge Big & private USC, Loyola Marymount Small & private the Claremont colleges (Pomona, Claremont McKenna, Scripps, Pitzer), Occidental 4. Think about next year s course selection and make sure that it is as rigorous as your past three years. 5. UC s and private colleges want SAT II s plan to take some of these this spring and schedule them around any AP exams you are taking. 6. Think about who you might want to write your teacher recommendations - private colleges ask for two recommendations from teachers you have had only in either your 11th or 12th grade years. 7. And don t forget to have a meaningful summer working, studying, camping or volunteering! SOPHOMORES and FRESHMEN 1. Think about your schedule for next year choose courses that demonstrate your willingness to challenge yourself. 2. Keep a personal file of your activities and honors and awards. 3. Go to and see what the changes are for the new SAT I test as of May 2005 (that is when many of you will take it). 4. And don t forget to have a meaningful summer working, studying, camping or volunteering! Important Information for Seniors Senior Scholarship and Honors Evening: June 7, 2005 Seniors! Please report your college and university acceptances to the Future Center! We want to share in your happiness of being accepted. College Entrance Test Dates & Registration Deadlines Online registration (payment by credit card) for: SAT I & II tests: ACT test: The Future Center has practice materials and paper applications and can help you determine which tests to take. Upcoming Tests New SATI & II New SATI & II Test Date May 7, 2005 June 4, 2005 Registration date ends Mar. 25, 2005 April 29, 2005 Late Registration with late fee by Apr. 6, 2005 May 11, 2005 Help your student choose the right college or career: Bridges - Choices Planner software Bridges - Choices Planner is an incredible program to help students make informed decisions about college choice and career paths. It includes a database of 8,000+ colleges, technical schools, and graduate schools. In seconds you can search for schools by location, programs offered, admission policies, and almost any criteria imaginable. Samohi has set up an accout to make the Bridges - Choices Planner available to you. Go to: Enter your SiteID: Password: santa Click GO to start planning! For further information, please call the ROP Office, , ext 457 or Ms. McCray, ROP Counselor, , ext 329. The Los Angeles National College Fair will take place Wednesday, April 20th from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. at the Los Angeles Convention Center. AP Testing Schedule for May If you have questions regarding AP testing, please contact your student sapteacher or Eva Mayoral ext 226 or Week 1 a.m. p.m. May 2 English Language French Language Human Geography May 3 Calculus AB World History Calculus BC May 4 Computer Science A Statistics Computer Science AB Spanish Language May 5 English Literature French Literature German Language May 6 U.S. History European History Studio Art (portfolios due) Week 2 a.m. p.m. May 9 Biology Physics B Music Theory Physics C May 10 Chemistry Psychology Environmental Science May 11 Government & Politics (U.S.) Government & Politics (Comparative) Art History May 12 Macroeconomics Microeconomics May 13 Spanish Literature Latin Literature Latin: Vergil EVERYONE 1. Summer is a good time to READ, READ, READ! The Viking Voice, April 05 5 Samohi

6 Your donations really make a difference Many thanks to the following additional families that have contributed to Samohi as of March 6, 2005 through PTSA s Direct Donation: Abbott Acosta Adami Aframian Arab Babin Badlissi Baquet Bauer Cox Baumgarten Bennion Blackoff Bonney Bordherding Borenstein Bracey Bradford Broder Brown Brown Sandberg Buchsbaum Carcary Chang White Chen Chen Colver Coscarelli Crane Davenport De La Rosa Dean Devorris Dixon Eliason Epstein Fels Scheffler Felton Fisher Forgo Forrester Schneider Friedman Frischer Furst Garcia Gershenhorn Gillespie Given Dennis Glaser Gloede Van Arsdol Gonzalez Guberman Ha Hatour Hauswirth Henriquez Hibbard Moody Holland Stern Huerta Ibarra Imada Jelinek Bonilla Jellen Justin Holzman Keltz Kile Kim Kleiman Weiner Korowitz Kramer Kubalski LaGuardia Watenmaker Lai Lawrence LeBlanc Lee Leonard Lewis Lim Limb Lockhart Lockhart- Triolo Lockwood Lovendosky Markus Weir Martinez McRitchie Mendez Mesuro Meyer Miller Montanari Mulligan Nani Neshkes Newman Nunez Ofer Oki Orgel Pasquela Peinado Pinkney Pastrana Polanco Pomatti Popatia Pratt Preston Ramos Rayfeld Richwine Roberts Rogers Romero Rosado Roseborough Levy Rosenberg Rosner Gayhart Roussos Sachs Samuel Sarnat Selvin Rubenson Shina Siegel Goldstein Silver Smucker Dwyer Sohaili Soodik Bromell Steinberg Stocker Tannen Shields Thatcher Thomas Tian Tramer Unger Valdez Van Ness Villalobos, M. Villalobos, A. Vohland Warner West Whittenburg Wise Wittert Wrobel Yamashiro Please continue to give to the Direct Donation Drive, it s not too late! Make checks of any amount payable to Samohi PTSA and mail to 601 Pico Blvd, Santa Monica, CA PTSA Nominated Executive Board Officers The following are the Nominated Officers for the PTSA Executive Board for next school year: Co-Presidents Judith Meister, Maria Rodriguez Executive VP Cheri Orgel Communications Co-VPs Randi Hutchinson, Reiko Alemania Education Co-VPs Janine Brownstone, Shawn Berry Organization VPs Tammy Montanari, Stacy Scharf Health & Safety VPs Barry Snell, Terry Zazook Co-Recording Secretaries Amy Neiman, Cindy Forman Co-Corresponding Secretaries Lauri Crane, Lori Horn Treasurer Debbie Mulvaney Financial Secretary Barbara Whittenburg Auditor Roshan Nozari Historian Deb Love Parliamentarian Kim Eyler Thank you to all the above for their willingness to serve on the Samohi PTSA Executive Board and their committment to make a difference at Samohi. We still need committee chairs and always need volunteers. Please contact Cheri Orgel or Karen Dickerson if you would like to play a more active role with next year s PTSA. One of the many things that your Direct Donations fund is teacher supplies. Each teacher receives $150 to purchase supplies for their classrooms. Departments receive $500 from Direct Donation funds. Below are some of the notes we have received from the staff. Thanks to all who have contributed through Direct Donation and made these teacher and departmental grants possible! At a time when we are feeling the sting of government policies that do not have the best interests of our schools or children at heart, your generous support is much appreciated. I cannot tell you how grateful I am for your willingness to help out with classroom supplies. In appreciation, Reem Baroody, Social Studies Once again, your generosity and care has augmented, actually saved, my program. The enclosed receipts include a text book I have needed, food rewards and party treats that have created contentment and fish that filled our tank and room with interest. Thank you for your involvement. It is deeply appreciated. Pamela Vescera, Special Education Using more than my allotted grant money, I purchased a set of French philosophy and Spanish literature posters from my classroom, as well as the 2004 Schau ins Land German audio magazine series from the Champs- Elysees production company. Sincere thanks for making these classroom resources possible! Berkeley Blatz, German Thank you for your support. Liane Sato, Freshman Seminar Thank you for the opportunity to buy supplies for my classroom. I was able to purchase: markers to make posters for students presentations, a book of primary sources to help students connect with the curriculum, and many other items. Thank you so much, Amy Bisson, US History Thank you very much! I really appreciate this gift. Annamarie Fella, Mathematics I just wanted to take a moment to thank you and the full PTSA for your generous departmental grant, as well as your ongoing quest to help offset the many hundreds (and sometimes 1000s) of dollars science teachers contribute out-of-pocket to the teaching endeavor. I know everyone in my department appreciates your help immensely. Your $500 departmental grant allowed us to purchase additional and much needed physics equipment, while indirectly helping in us to apply a higher percentage of our department s budget on desperately needed microscopes. What a relief, we had been operating with two sets!) With much thanks and appreciation, Eva Mayoral, Science Department Chair, now I House Principal This AV Cable was bought to replace the lost cable we have for our department video camera. AP students filmed their newscasts with this camera. Leslie Wells, Advisor Thank you so much! Joni Swenson, Performing Arts Thank you so much for being so good to us! I really enjoyed being able to get some fabulous items for my students. I work with the severely challenged students it was great to get the special things like stickers and learning CDs for them. I really do appreciate it. Sincerely, Pat Wurster, Special Education I would like to take a moment to thank you for the generous $150 stipend given to teachers. It makes our jobs a lot easier, and more gratifying to know we have your support. With gratitude, Kelly John Okla, Mathematics The Viking Voice, April 05 6 Samohi

7 Congratulations Samohi! En Español: Felicitamos a Samohi! Do you know a Samohi student, teacher, parent or group who has received special outside recognition? Please send us a one line description if you know about someone in the Samohi community with good news to share!! Thanks to those who submitted the news below. Congratulations to the following students who competed in and completed the recent Los Angeles Marathon: James Barr, Nani Barr, Susie Chavez, Jennifer Pacheco, Luis Evangelista, Brian Villa, Ever Meyer, Mauricio Quezada, Myra Ramos, Carmen Fernandez, Sean Mahsoul, Lizette Urena, Jonathan Taylor and Diego Godinez. The Samohi Symphony Orchestra participated in the National Orchestra Festival in Reno, Nevada and won the Grand Championship. Additionally, the Samohi Chamber Orchestra received a Superior rating. Congratulations to the Samohi Oceans Sciences Bowl teams who placed first and fifth at the L.A. County Regional Competition. The "A" team composed of Courtney Borden, Areeb Pirani, Doug Matsunaga and Eileen Wong won the competition earning the right to represent L.A. County at the National Competition in Biloxi, Mississippi in April. Congratulations to the Samohi Science Bowl "A" and "B" teams, who placed first and third at the Los Angeles County Science Bowl Competition at JPL. The "A" team, composed of Areeb Pirani, Jesse Zaretsky, Ze Nan Chang and Bennett Rankin, won the right to represent L.A. County at the National Competition in Washington, D.C. at the end of April. The "B" team, composed of Dimitry Petrenko, Jacob Koning, Ben Lucas, Jane Liu and Elan Weingarten, finished third, the best showing ever for a freshmen/sophomore team. The Varsity Cheer Squad competed at a USA regional in January. They came home with a first place trophy and qualified for nationals. Congratulations to all the Samohi winter sports athletic teams that took first place in the Ocean League this year: Girls' and Boys' Soccer, Girls' Basketball, and Girls' Water Polo. Congratulations to Dylan Giagni, Al Kinslow, Alex Darkhovsky and Sindar Mims who won the Ocean League Championships in their weight class in wrestling. The whole varsity wrestling team qualified to move on to CIF championships. Congratulations to 11th grader, Alice Ollstein, winner of the California Association of Teachers of English Creative Writing Contest in the 11th/12th grade category. Alice wrote an essay on "The Power of One." Congratulations to Petros Egziabher and Tabitha Ross, finalists in the Achievement Scholarship Competition, a program of the National Merit Scholarship Corporation. Congratulations to 10th grader Jasmine (Jazzy) Green who won the Wrestling State Championship. Congratulations to senior Elan Samuel who designed the 10,000 Kites website at Congratulations to our district winners of the ROP Annual Student Recognition Competition: Cindy Soltero Careers with Children, Ashkan Zarnighian Banking & Financial Occupations, David Fisher Digital Video, Zehra Karim Small Business Management (ECHO), Alex Rodriguez Auto Technology. For a more complete listing of accomplishments, please go to: Please submit your good news to: Louise Jaffe, Viking Voice co-editor, , Maria Rodriguez, Viking Voice co-editor, Conoce a un estudiante, maestro, padre o grupo que haya recibido reconocimiento fuera de la escuela? El boletín Viking Voice quiere reconocerlos. Por favor envíe una pequeña descripción. Gracias a los que nos enviaron noticia. (Vea la página 7, vea el columno a la izquierda.) Para una lista más completa, puede ir al: Por favor envíenos su buena noticias: Louise Jaffe, Viking Voice co-editor, , Maria Rodriguez, Viking Voice co-editor, Su donación hace una gran diferencia Muchas gracias a las siguientes familia adicionales que hicieron su contribución antes del 6 de marzo, 2005 mediante a la Donación Directa. (Vea la página 6 para la lista de donadores) Por favor continúe dando a la Campaña de Donación Directa, Nunca es tarde! Haga el cheque a nombre del Samohi PTSA y envíelo a 601 Pico Blvd, Santa Monica, CA Una de las muchas cosas que su Donación Directa funda es material para los maestros. Cada maestro recibe 150 para comprar materiales para el salón de clase. Los departamentos reciben $500 de los fondos de la Donación Directa. Muchos de los maestros nos han enviado notas de agradecimiento por estas donaciones. Gracias a todos los que han contribuido mediante la Donación Directa e hicieron posible las becas para los maestros y los departamentos. (Vea la página 6 para notas que hemos recibido del personal de la escuela.) La Nominación de los Oficiales de la Mesa Ejecutiva de la PTSA Los siguientes son los Oficiales de la Mesa Ejecutiva de la PTSA que fueron nominados para el próximo año escolar. (Vea la página 6 para la lista de los nuevos oficiales de la PTA.) Información sobre... Reporte de Progreso del 2do Semestre y Programa del la Boleta de Calificaciones El periodo de calificaciones de la 6ta. Semana acabo el 11 de Marzo: Los reportes deben haber sido recibidos durante las vacaciones. El periodo de calificaciones de las 12 semanas acaba el 6 de Mayo: Los reportes serán enviados a la casa la semana del 9 de Mayo. El 2do semestre acaba el 24 de Junio: La Boleta de Calificaciones será enviada a casa la semana de Junio 27. Taller de Prevención de Violencia de Pandillas Sábado 9 de Abril en John Adams Middle School, 9 am to 12 pm Todos están invitados a este Segundo taller comunitario auspiciado por la Ciudad de Santa Mónica y la Senadora del Estado Sheila Kuehl. Habrá traducción al español y se servirán refrescos. Para más información acerca del taller del 9 de Abril, visite la página Web junto con detalles de los logros del primer taller que fue el 26 de Febrero. Ya ha visitado la página Web de Samohi? La página de Samohi es actualizada todos los días al igual que el Blue Bulletin que es leído a los estudiantes diariamente Visítalo! Todos están invitados al concierto de Obra Maestras con presentaciones de Coro, el Conjunto Madrigal, y Cantantes de Salon! El viernes 29 de Abril, a las 7pm, en Barnum Hall, donación de $10 The Viking Voice, April 05 7 Samohi

8 En Español: De vuelta al trabajo después del descanso de primavera (Spring Break) Mensaje del Co-presidente del PTSA Esperamos que usted y su familia hayan tenido un buen descanso y estén listos para volver al trabajo de la escuela. En Samohi Estamos muy agradecidos por todo el reconocimiento y apoyo local que recibimos de los padres, la comunidad y de la Ciudad de Santa Mónica. Aun así, el Presupuesto Estatal es un asunto muy grave para todas las escuelas públicas de California y Samohi no es la excepción. Vamos a continuar monitoreando la situación de los fondos estatales y les comunicaremos a nuestros oficiales electos nuestra creencia de que los estudiantes de California se merecen los fondos adecuados y buenas escuelas! Por favor, únase a nosotros en esta labor importante. Para ayudar, vea la página 2 para más información. Karen Dickerson, , Cheri Orgel, , Samohi PTSA Co-presidentes Junta del 12 de Abril del PTSA Los Caminos hacia la Universidad para Estudiantes con Discapacidades y Que Necesitan Saber Para La Transición al Salir De La Secundaria. Martes 12 de Abril del 2005 a las 7pm en la cafetería. El PTSA se ha unido al Comité Consejero de Educación Especial para presentar este programa a los padres, maestros y estudiantes. Cuales estudiantes son los mas apropiados para una experiencia en una Universidad competitiva y que alternativas hay? Que tipo de acomodaciones pueden hacer posible que ciertos estudiantes tengan exito en trabajos competitivos o en un ambiente académico y como estos estudiantes deben reveler su discapacidad y asegurarse de recibir estos derechos? Que tipo de actividades se necesitan durante la escuela intermedia y secundaria para crear confianza en si mismos y capacidad de apoyo propio los cuales son esenciales para tener éxito en estudios superiores? Que tipo de apoyo tiene la oportunidad de tener éxito en dar a los estudiantes la ayuda que necesitan en áreas importantes como trazar metas, manejo de su tiempo, tomar notas y como buscar ayuda? También tendremos material y oradores disponibles de agencies vocacionales locales y centros de entrenamiento. Traducción al español esta disponible en todas las juntas del PTSA. Están todos invitados! Marquen sus calendarios: Junta de Padres SOL/ELAC Grupo Latino de Padres Spirit Of Love/Comité Consejero de Estudiantes de Ingles Grupo de padres Latino se reúne mensualmente los lunes a la 7pm en la Cafetería de Samohi. Las siguientes Juntas de SOL/ELAC serán los lunes, Abril 25 y Mayo 23. Las Juntas son en español. Todos son bienvenidos. Para más información, por favor llamar a Tere Viramonte-Gutiérrez, Enlace Comunitario, , ext. 375, Grupo de Apoyo Afro-Americano de Padres y Estudiantes Las próximas Juntas del AAPSSSG son el tercer martes del más a las 7pm: Abril 19 y Mayo 17. Para más información, por favor contactarse con: Pam Allen Jones, Enlace Comunitario, , ext 482, Barry Snell, 310/ , Robbie Jones, , AAPSSSG Co-presidente Mensaje de la Directora, Dra. Straus Estimados Padres: Acabos de terminar el proceso de acreditación con La Asociación del Oeste de Escuelas y Universidades (WASC en Ingles). Ha sido una inspección muy intensa de nuestro progreso como escuela en satisfacer las necesidades académicas de nuestros estudiantes basado en estándares esperados. El proceso mira a todas los aspectos de nuestro programa. Un equipo visitante presentó un documento que resumió nuestro Perfil y miro con profundidad la calidad del programa en Santa Mónica High School. Vamos a desarrollar un plan de acción para tocar las áreas mas criticas de la escuela y hacer un seguimiento. Por favor, vengan a nuestra próxima junta del PTSA en Mayo que yo revisare todos las conclusiones de WASC y hablar acerca de nuestro plan para asegurarnos el éxito de todos los estudiantes de Samohi. Este es el resumen de las conclusiones generales del equipo de acreditación. Áreas Fuertes de Toda la Escuela 1. La implementación de comunidades de aprendizaje más pequeñas en forma de Casas permite una mejor comunicación entre los estudiantes, padres y la escuela. 2. El programa en la red (on-line) Pinnacle es una herramienta muy útil para comunicar el progreso de los estudiantes. 3. El sistema de Casas (House) da al consejero la oportunidad de tener menos alumnos lo cual permite un trato más personal. 4. Samohi tiene un fuerte sistema de conserjería interna y recursos comunitarios disponible para asistir a los estudiantes y a sus familias. 5. El personal demuestra profesionalismo, creatividad, y nutre a los estudiantes. 6. El Distrito apoya reestructurar el esfuerzo para alcanzar su visión. Áreas Críticas De La Escuela y Seguimiento: 1. La matricula en cursos en niveles avanzados necesita reflejar exactmente la diversidad de la población escolar. 2. La implementación de evaluación de un semestre ordinario dará información para futuras evaluaciones, aparte de los datos de CAHSEE y STAR, para el análisis y el desarrollo curricular. 3. La falta de participación de los estudiantes en el proceso de toma de decisiones limita la mejora de la cultura escolar de Samohi. 4. Desarrollar e implementar estrategias para asesorar correctamente 5. Aumentar las comunicaciones entre todos los interesados en el proceso de toma de decisiones para promover los logros del estudiante. Nuestros padres y la comunidad hacen una diferencia significante en nuestra habilidad para servir bien a nuestros. Sinceramente, Ilene Straus, Ed.D Horario de Exámenes para mayo Examen estatal STAR: Para ayudar a los estudiantes a continuar el éxito que tuvieron el año pasado en los exámenes Estandarizados de California y STAR, tendremos este horario. Los estudiantes recibirán el examen con el maestro donde reciben la instrucción de inglés, historia, matemáticas y ciencia. Además, este horario le proveerá a los estudiantes más tiempo entre los exámenes con sus maestros. Por favor anime a su hijo/a que haga su mejor esfuerzo en lso exámenes. Recibirán los resultados este verano. EXÁMENES AP: del 2 a 13 de mayo (vea la página 5) CAHSEE MAKE-UP: Los estudiantes que se gradúan en la clase de 2006 tienen que pasar este examen para poder graduarse. SOLA- MENTE los estudiantes del 10º grado que estuvieron ausentes para el examen de marzo pueden tomarlo el 10 y 11 de mayo. Si tienes alguna pregunta sobre el examen STAR, por favor contacte a Tristan Komlos al ext 336, Para preguntas sobre examen de AP, por favor contacte a Eva Mayoral, , ext 226, The Viking Voice, April 05 8 Samohi

9 En Español: Información sobre Normas de Conducta, planificaciones, y Eventos Nuevas leyes sobre inhaladores para asmáticos y Epi Pen Las nuevas leyes estatales permiten que los estudiantes con asma tomen su propia medicina por medio de inhaladores o que se inyecten epinefrina (sin asistencia) en la escuela. El distrito escolar necesitara una carta del médico explicando la clase de medicina, la cantidad y el horario de cuando se debe de tomar. También se necesita una carta del padre o guardián donde da permiso que el estudiante pueda tomarse o darse su propia medicina y también donde provee exoneración de la enfermera de la escuela. El estudiante puede ser castigado si usa inhaladores asmáticos o se inyecta epinefrina sin permiso. Para mas información por favor comuníquese con Lora Morn, Enfermera de Samohi, al número de teléfono: , extensión 374, o por correo electrónico: Por favor tenga cuidado cuando deje, recoge o se estacione cerca de la escuela Samohi, puede recibir una multa de infracción! Samohi y el departamento de policía de Santa Mónica están trabajando juntos para promover la seguridad de los estudiantes, las familias y los maestros. Los lugares seguros para dejar y recoger a los estudiantes es: En el lado oeste de la calle 7 (por favor no se estacione en doble fila, no se estacione en el camino de travesía, o en la entrada de vehículos); En el lado este de Olympic Blvd.; En el estacionamiento norte; En el borde de la calle Michigan; El departamento de policía de Santa Mónica multara por las siguientes infracciones: Deteniéndose sobre la calle Pico Blvd., entre la Lincoln Blvd. y la calle 4; Estacionamiento en doble fila en la calle Olympic Blvd.; Si hace una vuelta en U en la calle 7 o entre la calle 7 y Michigan; y, Si se estaciona en el lado norte de la calle 7 Forje el Futuro 2025 Se le invita al programa de participación y tribunal de jóvenes, el 21 de Abril en Samohi. Forje el Futuro es un proyecto que desarrollará la visión de la comunidad en cómo la gente vive, trabaja y juega en Santa Mónica durante los próximos 20 años. Para información sobre la planificación del proyecto de jóvenes por favor comuníquese con Liz Bar-El, al departamento de planificaciones de la ciudad, (310) o por correo electrónico: Para mas información sobre Forje el Futuro 2025, visite la página electrónica Celebración de las Artes 2005 El viernes 8 hasta el domingo 10 de Abril, de 11am a 6pm en el muelle de Santa Mónica Un fin de semana celebrando las artes, con interpretaciones del talento local de Venice en concierto, y presentaciones artísticas de los estudiantes de Santa Mónica - Malibú, será para promover y crear conocimiento sobre la educación del arte y del arte en el distrito, una campaña de dotación de parte de la Fundación de Educativa de Santa Mónica - Malibú. El viernes 8 de Abril, de las 6:30pm a las 10:30pm En el salón de baile Arcadia, en el muelle, se llevara acabo una recepción privada de cócteles, presentaciones y Venice en concierto boletos para la recepción privada - $150 cada uno El sábado, 9 de Abril a las 7:00pm Concierto Comunitario Venice en concierto en el salón de baile Arcadia Boletos para el concierto comunitario - $35 cada uno para el beneficio del programa de guitarras de Olympic High School y para la dotación de las artes. El sábado, 9 de Abril y el domingo 10 de Abril de las 11:00am hasta las 6:00pm Fiesta de Arte gratis- para todo el público Para comprar boletos o obtener información adicional comuníquese con la directora ejecutiva, Linda Gross, de la fundación de educación de Santa Mónica - Malibú, (310) extensión 395, o por correo electrónico Demostración de Arte de los Alumnos de los Cursos más Avanzados 19 de Mayo, de 6pm a 8pm en la galería Roberto de Arte de Samohi Todos están invitados a la demostración de arte! La presentación mostrará aproximadamente 50 artistas que han tomado por lo mínimo 2 años de artes visuales escolares. Necesitamos su ayuda! Al principio de la presentación se tendrá una ceremonia de premios en cual esperamos recaudar $5,000 para distribuirlos entre los exhibicionistas. Este reconocimiento es muy importante para los artistas jóvenes y adonde sus tantos labores se recompensaran. Para mas información sobre donaciones: Por favor visite la página electrónica de Samohi Si tiene preguntas por favor comuníquese con la consejera del Departamento de Arte, Amy Bouse, al teléfono (310) , extensión 443 o por correo electrónico Ya empiezan las planificaciones de la noche de los graduados del 2005! Para información sobre trabajo de voluntarios, venta de boletos, o cualquier otra información sobre la noche de los graduados por favor visite la página electrónica de Samohi, La noche de los graduados será un evento sano y formal para los estudiantes de Samohi y Olympic High, que se llevará acabo el 23 de Junio, después de la graduación. La destinación del crucero fantasioso para la clase del 2005 será en las islas pequeñas de Grecia, y el tema será Todo se me hace griego! VOLUNTARIOS: La solicitud de voluntarios se mandó por correo en febrero a los padres mayores de edad. La solicitud esta disponible en la oficina de actividades, en el centro para padres y en la página electrónica de Samohi. Kim Eyler está encargada de preparar a los voluntarios y si tiene preguntas puede comunicarse con ella por correo electrónico: o por teléfono: (310) Por favor no llame para aplicarse a la lista de voluntarios, tiene que llenar la solicitud primero. Al principio de Junio recibirán una carta para confirmar su puesto. No se retrasen porque los puestos se llenan rápido. VENTA DE BOLETOS: Para asegurarse que su alumno ha comprado su boleto por favor revise la página electrónica o la lista que está en la oficina de administración de breezeway. Los boletos cuestan $65 y subirán a $75 en la puerta. Chris Thornton está encargada de la venta de los boletos y se pueden comunicar con ella por medio de correo electrónico: o por teléfono: (310) TRABAJANDO EN EL BARCO: La construcción y restauración del barco para la noche de los graduados empezará en Abril. La información sobre las fechas y horarios se pondrán por página electrónica. No se necesita experiencia artística o de construcción - habrán voluntarios para guiarlos en el trabajo. PREMIOS: Necesitamos 700 premios para el puesto de premios! Si puede ayudar para recaudar premios, o tiene quien pueda donar pinturas o materiales de construcción, por favor comuníquese con Val Glick al correo electrónico: o por teléfono (310) The Viking Voice, April 05 9 Samohi

10 En Español: El estado del presupuesto estatal Asistencia con las Tareas, Apoyo y fechas importantes de la escuela El estado del presupuesto estatal y como puede usted ayudar! Por favor deje un mensaje para el Gobernador llamando al (916) Puede escribir a Gobernador Schwarzenegger al Capitolio Estatal, Sacramento, CA Para mandar un correo electrónico, vaya a CARAVANA PARA NIÑOS Miércoles, 27 de abril Jueves, 28 de abril Únase a los PTAs estatales y locales con padres y niños que protestan contra el presupuesto propuesto por el Gobernador. Insiste para que el Gobernador Schwarzenneger y la Legislatura: Honren la promesa de restaurar $2 billones a las escuelas de California... Mantener la Proposición 98 que garantiza los fondos Constitucionales para las escuelas publicas aprobada por los votantes. Reconstruir el compromiso de California con la educación. La Caravana para Niños empieza el miércoles, 27 de Abril Viajaremos a Sacramento, pasaremos la noche, y haremos oír nuestras voces en el Capitolio el jueves, 28 de Abril al medio día. Únase a la Caravana para Niños! Para mas información: (310) o El Futuro de las Escuelas Públicas de California (Kinder-12) Sábado, 16 de Abril, 9:00 am Hasta 11:30 a.m. La Corporación RAND, 1776 Main Street, Santa Mónica Stephen J. Carroll, investigador principal de RAND recientemente publicó un estudio, Escuelas Publicas de California (Kinder-12): Como les Va? que empezará con una presentación de los hallazgos principales. Un pequeño panel que incluye al Superintendente, un director y un maestro discutirán las implicaciones de las conclusiones de RAND en las escuelas. Para reservaciones y más información, por favor contactar: (310) or at Presupuesto Educacional del Estado La PTA está muy preocupada por el presupuesto del Gobernador para el Este presupuesto rompe las promesas hechas el año pasado. El año pasado la Coalición de Educación, representando todas las facetas de la educación comunitaria, trabajó con el Gobernador y aceptó su acto de suspender por un año el dinero que les pertenece legalmente a las escuelas por medio de la Proposición 98 (la cual está aprobada por los votantes para la constitución estatal) basado en su garantía personal de continuar el dinero de la Proposición 98 este año. Ahora él ha cambiado de opinión. El impacto de esta promesa rota es la pérdida de los fondos estatales anticipados de las escuelas públicas aproximadamente por 2 billones de dólares para el próximo año. En términos de Santa Mónica-Malibu, significa una perdida de aproximadamente 6 millones de dólares en fondos que se nos debe bajo el acuerdo.el presupuesto del Gobernador da con una mano, pero quita con la otra. Bajo la propuesta, cada distrito tendrá que asumir el compartir el programa de retiro de los maestros. Para SMMUSD, este único costo es decerca de $1.2 millones! Debilitar la Proposición 98 hará las cosas malas ahora, y peores más adelante. La Proposición 98 fue aprobada por los votantes para garantizar un nivel de fondos mínimo para la educación. Necesitamos que nuestro Gobernador dirija esta crisis de manera inteligente. BUENAS ESCUELAS SON BUENAS PARA TODOS! Por favor, déjele saber al Gobernador que espera que él trabaje para mejorar nuestras escuelas publicas y aumentar los fondos! Necesita ayuda su estudiante? Han tratado la asistencia para las tareas en Samohi? Muchos maestros proveen ayuda adicional después de clase y durante el almuerzo. Pídale a su hijo que le pregunte a su maestro ofrece ayuda extra. Nueva horas! Estudiantes universitarios vienen a ayudar a la escuela los martes y jueves después de clase de 3:30 hasta las 5:00 p.m. en el salón T207 y T208. Asistencia en matemáticas, inglés, biología, y otras materias- Gratis mediante Xinachtli de UCLA. Asistencia en matemática, el voluntario Warren Orloff, ofrece asistencia en matemáticas todos los días después de clase hasta la 4:30 en el salón H100. Siempre hay una bibliotecaria disponible para asistir a los estudiantes en la biblioteca (abierta de 7am-5pm lunes a jueves y de 7am-4:30pm los viernes.) Los estudiantes del programa Alliance tienen acceso a asistencia durante el día escolar. Para más información, por favor contacte al consejero de su hijo. Nuevo! El segundo semestre, se ha adicionado una asistencia en matemáticas dentro del día escolar para los estudiantes que lo necesitan en álgebra y geometría según los resultados de la calificaciones de su primer semestre. Nuevo! Hemos completado una serie de asistencia en matemáticas para los estudiantes en el grado 10 para asegurar que pasen el CAHSEE (Examen de Salida de la Preparatoria). Tendremos otra serie para los estudiantes en el grado 11 que necesitan pasar el CAHSEE. Para preguntas sobre esta asistencia por favor contacte Wendy Wax Gellis, Advisor/Administrator, ext 472 o Apoyo y Consejería La consejería está disponible en la escuela para estudiantes que tengan problemas que estén interfiriendo con su habilidad de tener éxito en la escuela. Hable con el consejero en la Casa de su hijo. Para más información contacte: Kathy McTaggart, Consejera/Administradora, , ext 322, Tiffany Tyler, Especialista en Participación de Estudiantes, , ext 330, Roberto Morales, Enlace en Participación de Estudiantes, , ext 331, por Adelantado! Escuela de Verano La escuela de Verano del 2005 comenzará el martes, 5 de julio y termina el viernes 12 de agosto. La escuela de verano le provee a los estudiantes la oportunidad de repetir clases y corregir deficiencias en su trabajo escolar. La matriculación para la escuela de verano comienza después de las vacaciones de primavera. Para más información, por favor contacte a Ruth Esseln, ext 246, o vea: La matriculación para el próximo año en Samohi Jueves, 25 de agosto para los estudiantes en el último año (Señor) Viernes, 26 de agosto para estudiantes en el penúltimo año (Junior) Lunes, 29 de agosto para estudiantes en el segundo año (sophmore) Martes, 30 de agosto para estudiantes que empiezan (freshmen) La PTSA enviará a la casa información y formas a todas las familias este verano e incluirá instrucciones para los estudiantes que no estarán para la sus fechas inscripción. Por favor tome en cuenta que se le aconseja a los estudiantes que se inscriban personalmente en la fecha que le corresponde. El primer día de clase en el e : Es el miércoles, 7 de septiembre, 2005 The Viking Voice, April Samohi

11 En Español: Universida El centro está abierto para todos los padres y alumnos lunes a viernes de 7:30 am a 4pm Clara Beard (apellidos A-L), , ext 324, Ada Hollie (apellidos M-Z), ext 328, (si desea Para los Que Buscan y Planea para las Universidades Sugerencias del Centro Futuro de Samohi y Joyce Smith Tu misión es encontrar una universidad que sea buena PARA TI, el tipo que satisface tus necesidades e intereses. Habla con tus padres, maestros y consejeros para que te ayuden a decidir. Conversa sobre los puntos a favor y en contra de la escuela que está considerando con graduados reciente o estudiantes que actualmente asisten a la escuela(s). Cuando sea posible, visite la escuela. Muchas de las escuela organizan para que pueda pasar la noche o un fin de semana en los dormitorios. Antes de escoger una universidad, escribe lo que busca en una universidad. Por ejemplo: Cursos: Ofrece la universidad un programa en su área de interés? Localidad: Desea asistir a una universidad cerca de casa, o quieres ir a otra parte del país? Tamaño: Quieres una universidad pequeña, de tamaño medio o grande? Vivienda: Quieres vivir en los dormitorios o prefieres vivir don un grupo de gente? Religious Affiliation: Deseas asistir a una universidad administrada por una religión en particular? Costo: Tienes un plan específico para pagar tu educación universitaria? Ya sea que está comenzando a buscar o está finalizando recuerda: ESTUDIANTES EN EL ÚLTIMO AÑO (SENIORS) 1. Mantén tu GPA durante el último semestre. Aunque ya seas aceptado a una universidad, le pueden negar la aceptación si ven un cambio en las calificaciones. 2. Tan pronto es aceptado a una universidad visítala antes de hacer la decisión final, si es posible. 3. No te olvides de tener un verano significante- trabajando, estudiando o siendo ESTUDIANTES EN EL PENÚLTIMO AÑO (JUNIORS) 1. Now is the time to start seriously thinking about college. 1. Ahora es el tiempo de pensar seriamente en la universidad. 2. Usa la Recomendaciones de Ruggs Recommendations sobre Universidades para comenzar la busque de universidades. Este libre tiene una lista de universidades según el área de interés y selectividad. Hay copias en el Centro Futuro. 3. Visite diferentes clases de universidades aquí en el área de Los Ángeles: Grande y Pública UCLA, CalStateLA, CalState Northridge Grande y Privada USC, Loyola Marymount Pequeña y Privada the Claremont colleges (Pomona, Claremont McKenna, Scripps, Pitzer), Occidental 4. Piensa en los cursos que vas a tomar el próximo año y este seguro que es tan riguroso como en los tres pasados años. 5. La universidad UC y otras privadas quieren el SAT II planea en tomar estos exámenes en la primavera al mismo tiempo que los exámenes AP. 6. Piensa en qué maestro tu quieres que te escriba la carta de recomendación. 7. No te olvides de tener un verano significante- trabajando, estudiando o siendo voluntario. PARA TODOS LOS ESTUDIANTES 1. El verano es un buen tiempo para LEER, LEER, LEER! Información Importante para Seniors Noche de Becas y Honores para Senior estudiantes que se gradúan: 7 de junio, 2005 Estudiantes que se gradúan por favor reporten las aceptaciones de universidades al Centro Futuro. Queremos compartir su felicidad con todos. Fechas que se cumplen las matriculaciones y los exámenes de entrar a la universidad Matriculación vía electrónica (pago con tarjeta de crédito) para: Exámenes de SAT I & II: ACT test: Exámenes que vienen Fechas de Examen New SATI & II New SATI & II May 7, 2005 June 4, 2005 Fecha que termina la inscripción Mar. 25, 2005 April 29, 2005 Inscripción tarde con pago de tardanza Apr. 6, 2005 May 11, 2005 Ayude a su estudiante a escoger la universidad apropiada o carrera: Bridges Choices Planner Un programa electrónico para planear Bridges - Choices Planner es un programa increíble para ayudar a los estudiantes a hacer decisiones informadas sobre cómo escoger una universidad o carrera. Incluye datos de más 8,000+ universidades, escuelas técnicas. En segundo le da información. La escuela Samohi tiene una cuenta para que usted pueda usar el programa Bridges - Choices Planner. Visite: Entre la clase de ID: La clave secreta: santa Clic GO para que empiece a planear! Para más información, por favor llame a la oficina de ROP Office, , ext 457 o Ms. McCray, ROP Consejera, , ext 329. La Feria de Universidades Nacional de Los Ángeles será el miércoles, 20 de abril de 8:30 a.m. a 5:30 p.m. en el Centro de Convención de los Ángeles. Los exámenes de AP son en mayo. Si tiene alguna pregunta sobre los exámenes de AP por favor contacte al maestro de AP su estudiante o a Eva Mayoral ext 226 or (vea la página 5 para el horario de los exámenes de AP) Ayudar a su adolescente a adquirir habilidades y hábitos para aplicar a una carrera Confianza en si mismo * Buenos hábitos de trabajo * Cooperación * Responsabilidad Personal Resolver problemas prácticos * Trabajar en grupo * Puntualidad * Confiabilidad Muy pronto su estudiante escogerá clases para el año escolar Ellos pueden hablar con su consejero sobre las clases ofrecidas por el Programa de Ocupación Regional (ROP). Si es un estudiante de 16 años o más o en el 11avo grado, los animamos a que participen en ROP. Algunos cursos ofrecen oportunidades de aprendizaje con pagas o sin pago. El horario se puede encontrar en: Si no tiene acceso a la Red Mundial, venga a visitarnos a la oficina de ROP y les damos un horario, , ext 457 o Ms. McCray, ROP Consejera, ,ext 329. The Viking Voice, April Samohi

12 P arent Teacher Student Association April 2005 Look inside this issue for: Pathway to college for students with disabilities and what students need to know to transition out of high school page 1 Gang Violence Prevention Workshop, Dr. Straus page 1 Governors s Proposed State Budget and Caravan for Kids page 2 Don t get a ticket, Celebration at the Pier, Senior Art Show page 3 Summer dates at Samohi, May s testing schedule page 4 College page 5 Congratulations and thanks page 6 En Español page 7-11 See back for calendar and parent meeting information Check Samohi website: for updated information. Calendar April 8-10 Santa Monica-Malibu Ed Foundation Celebration for the Arts at the SM Pier (see page 3 for more information) 12 PTSA Meeting, Focus on Path to College, 7 pm, Cafeteria 19 AAPSSSG Meeting, 6 pm, Cafeteria Band Concert, 7 pm, Barnum Hall 21 Orchestra String Concert, 7 pm, Barnum Hall 25 SOL/ELAC Meeting, 7 pm, Cafeteria 29 Masterworks Choral Concert, 7 pm, Barnum Hall May 3 AP testing begins (see page 5 for specific tests and dates) Grad Nite General Mtg, 7 pm, Cafeteria 6 End of 12 week grading period 7 SAT I & II test given, 8 am (various locations, not Samohi) 10 CAHSEE Testing for 10th and 11th graders PTSA Meeting, 7 pm, Cafeteria 11 Progress Reports mailed home CAHSEE Testing for 10th and 11th graders 14 Senior Prom 17 AAPSSSG Meeting, 6 pm, Cafeteria 19 Senior Art Show opens, 6 pm, Samohi Roberts Art Gallery Who s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, 8 pm, Humanities Center 23 SOL/ELAC Meeting, 7 pm, Cafeteria 26 Coffee with the Principal, 8:30 am, Staff Cafeteria Who s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, 8 pm, Humanities Center 30 No School - Memorial Day June June calendar in May Viking Voice Mark your calendars: Parent Meetings AAPSSSG African American Parent Student Staff Support Group Upcoming AAPSSSG meeting dates are the third Tuesday of the month at 7 pm: April 19 and May 17. For more information, please contact: Pam Allen Jones, Community Liaison, , ext 482, Barry Snell, , Robbie Jones, , AAPSSSG Co-presidents PTSA Parent Teacher Student Association All are invited to the April 12th meeting at 7 pm in the cafeteria. The final two meetings of the year are Tuesdays, May 10th and June 14th. Please see page 1 for more PTSA information and contact information. SOL/ELAC Latino Parent Group Spirit Of Love/English Learners Advisory Committee Latino parent group meets monthly, on Mondays at 7 p.m. in the Samohi Cafeteria. The next SOL/ELAC meetings are Mondays, April 25 and May 23. Meetings are conducted in Spanish. All are invited and welcome. For more information, please call: Tere Viramontes-Gutierrez, Community Liaison, , ext 375,

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