SRCSA Nov-Dec 2015 - School for the Arts Community Organization

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SRCSA Nov-Dec 2015 - School for the Arts Community Organization
ARTSMART
NEWS FROM SANTA ROSA CHARTER SCHOOL FOR THE ARTS • number 3 • nov-dec 2015 •
seed success• artwalk allstars •
upper grades • welcome tanya
seed donations sprout over $20,000!
56% school-wide
participation
Student Education Enhancement Drive
(SEED) contributions ensure high
quality arts integrated education
Thank you to the many families
who contributed to SEED for the
2015/2016 school year! Because of
family contributions to the Student
Education Enhancement Drive our
teachers are able to supply their
classroom with materials to support
high quality arts integrated education.
All SEED donations go directly into
the classrooms early in the school
year to allow teachers to plan ahead
and purchase supplies for this
year’s students. We are so proud
and thankful that 161 families have
pledged to support SEED bringing in
$20,895. This is amazing and we thank
you for supporting our teachers! If
you have not contributed to SEED and
would like to, donations are still very
much appreciated!
SEED CONTRIBUTORS
Cookman
Haufler
Johnson
Salazar
Iversen
Watts
Parranto
Murray
Coe
Williams
Daniels
Ruddell
Johnson
Vancil
Lee
Meiners
Vancil-Karpilow
Poindexter
Josephs
Ando
Jovanovich
Van Holt
Hegarty
Chesadel
Koehn
Riggs
Fouts
Linscomb
Vaillancourt
Kirchman
Conder
Horen
Maria
Biagini
Bernal
Servais
Bardell
Bartels
Trione
Vozaitis
Roeder
Franicevic
Taylor
Bradford
Marks
Mirante
Schmidt
Vaughn
Gossage- Poe
Stewart
Cromwell
Fitterer
Moore
Fitzgerald
Smith
Cronin
Ramirez
Lohne
Lugo
Vancil
Yu
Davis
Parsons
Jenkins
CONTINUED
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important dates
11.13.15
Friday
SACO Budget Meeting
11.19.15
Thursday
A Christmas Carol 8 pm
Preview night at 6th Street
Playhouse
11.23-11.27
School Closed
Thanksgiving Break
12.4.15
Friday
SACO Meeting
12.21-1.1.16
School Closed
Winter Break
CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS
Roberts
Stone
Ingle
Mischke
Schaus
Doty
Nylander
Farfan
Head
Emerson
Merril
Franiceric
Genolio
Rumble
Margitich
Gavolea
Graham
Piscitello
Donahue
Gentry
Armstrong
Mayhew
Urban
Chatham
Poloynis
Jones
Howe
Sloat
Panick
Vidrio
Spacek
Tonin
Wilson
Dillon
Morales
Trebe
Lundie
McAdams
Roth
Martin
Cardenas
Baker
Jobson
Mendoza
Fox
Vogt
Redmond
Trzediak
Madrigal
Jennings
Nightingale
Castellanos
Berglund
Bishop
Seder
Malmberg
Hanlon
Sandoval
Canbor- Quiroz
Mendoza
Decker
Thompson
Burtis
Chavez
Garthwaite
Renner
Hendricks
Harris
Madrigal
Castellanos
Buss
Elsa
Runyan
Roetter
Natalini
Wilkinson
Mayer
Baker
Cole
Vogt
Morris
Redmond
Brown
O’Donnell
Sigrist
Berglund
Geis
Lesser
Meline
Sowerby
Ramos
Sterck
O’Rourke
Dockery
Sao
Gibson
Shulkin
Camblor
Midgett
Piscitello
Wurtzel
Beck
Cortes
Gibney
Walter
Huber
La Rosa
Sprague
Jay
Weare
Diaz
Cardenas
Horen-Finley
stephanie brown
Zoran Peacocke
(84)
Katie Stebbins
(88), David
Sypnicki (88)
Eliana Taylor (105)
Judah Gallup (64),
Amanda Gutierrez
(63)
Aisling Donahue
(90+), Ari Vozaitis
(90+), and Kaifan
Yu (90+)
TOP EARNERS
Vinny Bernal
Isaiah Maria
Ava Lohne
Ivan Bernal
Jonah Wurtzel
Sydney Rumble
There is a new face in the SRCSA
office, her name is Tanya Harlin and
she is the new office manager. Harlin
comes to our school with 17 years
experience working in the Santa Rosa
City School District. Harlin started
working in the schools when her
own children were growing up so she
could work around their schedule.
She worked at an elementary school
as a special education assistant,
went on to Santa High School as
the counseling secretary, and then
served as registrar secretary at Elsie
Allen High School. She spent a brief
amount of time at the District Office
in the human resource department
but quickly realized she preferred
being on a school campus with kids.
So she decided to make a change. That
change brought her to SRCSA.
“I love working in schools and being
around the kids. I think it is because
I always felt like I was a mom, so
maybe it just feels natural to take care
of people here too” said Harlin.
Harlin is the mother of three adult
children and is married to a retired
police officer. When she is not working
she enjoys cycling, running, and
cooking. She is currently in school to
earn a degree in physical education.
She also enjoys reading and has more
than 3,000 books at her house. One of
the things she wants to do as the office
manager is make sure the teachers
here feel supported.
artwalk allstars
MOST
COMPLETED
LAPS
Joshua Trebe
(54)
Ava Lohne (59)
Athena Morris
(53)
Alejandro MoteRecoder (54)
Antonio Rivera
(54)
Olivia CroninBeck (54)
Nathanial
Lubega (62)
Dylan Head (68)
Ruby Trione (60)
Maiya Bardell
(80), Rebecca
Trebe (71)
welcome
tanya!
Ernie Renner
Olivia Cronin-Beck
Nolan Means
Zoe Thompson
Alyson Huber
Sadie Moore
Ava Valadez
Mason Silverstein
Noah Silverstein
TEACHER AWARDS
Ms. Etienne (91)
Ms. Bryson (87)
Ms. Bradley (80)
2015 SPIRIT
AWARD
Ms. Bradley’s class
HONORABLE
MENTION
Ms. Holmstedt’s
class
Mr. Cohen’s class
erin morris
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“I believe teachers need support,” she
said. Harlin said she is excited to be at
SRCSA and looks forward to getting to
know the students and staff.
mahrya mirante
6th grade adventures
trips and speakers in mrs. holmstedt’s
This year Mrs. Holmstedt’s 6th
grade class will be going on several
adventurous field trips and will host
classroom guest speakers.
ALLIANCE REDWOODS, OCCIDENTAL
This is one of Mrs. Holmstedt’s
favorite field trips! At Alliance
Redwoods, students will partake
in zip-lining, ropes courses as well
as develop their teambuilding and
leadership skills. This trip pushes us
out of our comfort zone and really
brings us together as a community.
field trip will be to Lake Sonoma.
This experience allows students to
explore the fish hatchery, learn about
watershed dynamics, and collect
weather/soil data. The second trip
will be to the Wohler Pumping facility
in Forestville, CA. Here, students will
learn about where their water comes
from as well as perform: water, soil,
and weather data collection. The
last field trip will be to the mouth
of the Russian River in Jenner, CA.
Students will continue their previous
data collection techniques but add
pinniped monitoring (seals and sea
lions) as well.
HEADWATERS TO OCEAN
Our class will be part of the Sonoma
County Water Agency’s Headwaters
to Ocean Program. This program
includes: a classroom presentation
and three field trips throughout the
Russian River watershed! The goal for
this program is to increase students
awareness of their local watershed
and develop an appreciation for
everything it encompasses. The first
GUEST SPEAKERS FROM THE: CA DEPT.
OF FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE (FOR
6TH, 7TH, AND 8TH GRADE)
These guests will talk to us about
the different species that call the
Russian River their home; focusing on
Salmonids. Students will learn about
Salmonid genetic inheritance and
what it takes to survive long enough
reproduce.
Ms. holmstedt
a christmas carol
featuring our srcsa students
Tickets are NOW on sale for a preview
production of the holiday classic,
A Christmas Carol! Four of our very
own SRCSA students: 8th graders,
Aisling Donahue and Ari Vozaitis; 5th
grader, Sofia Natalini; and 1st grader,
Jamie Vozaitis have been cast in the
production.
The preview night is scheduled
for Thursday, November 19 at the
6th Street Playhouse. The doors
open at 6:30 pm; show starts promptly
at 8 pm. This unique opportunity
to see a professional theater production
is available at a discounted rate.
Tickets are just $20 for the show ($16
off the regular ticket price). The 8th
Grade class will also be hosting a silent
auction. Appetizers, desserts, and drinks
will be available for sale. Tickets can be
purchased in the school office.
By attending this event, you will be
supporting SRCSA’s 8th graders as they
raise funds to make their way to the
Ashland Oregon Shakespeare Festival in
the spring.
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announcements + advertisements
yearbook images needed
Monday & Wednesdays
3:30 5:30
We need parents to take photos at school wide events,
classroom events and field trips throughout the year for the
yearbook. Please label your images or include a note with
date, event or class, and photographer’s name.
1) Load files onto a USB flash drive located in the office on a
clipboard. Sign out a numbered flash drive and return it.
2) E
-mail your photos to [email protected]
3) L eave a labeled CD with selected photos in the office. Now through 12/9/15
$45.00 per semester
Music & Dance
Program
for Grades 3 8
at Cali Kicks
3445 Sebastopol Rd.
Santa Rosa
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We can’t use images that are blurry, too shadowy, or blown
out (too bright). Shots where there is action or movement,
or that tell a story are better than wide crowd shots. Posed
photos are great too. If you are outside in the sun, try using
your flash as a”fill-in” for dark shadows.
see’s candy for 8th grade
www.secondwindfun.com
Starting November 30th, the 8th grade class will be selling
See’s candy to raise funds for their trip to Ashland, Oregon.
Candy will be available for purchase through December.
For more information, please contact Linda Jay at [email protected]
sbcglobal.net.
December 5th from 5 - 8pm
3175 Sebastopol Rd, Santa Rosa
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Live Music ~ Fun Photo Booth
Holiday Boutique~ Elves Workshop
Bakery and Café
id s Puppet Theater
Polar Express Train Rides
SR Entertainment Group
Whole foods
Safeway
Oliver’s
Lucky
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Trader joe’s
summerfield
cinemas
clementine the
amazing
City of Santa
Rosa Street
Maintenance
Team (thanks
for the
construction
cones)
Our SRCSA Band performs
from 5:00 - 6:15
Come Join the Fun!
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Promote your local business or service while helping offset the
school newsletter printing costs. Sponsoring the newsletter is just
$20 for a business card sized ad. The newsletter is sent home to
all SRCSA families and is posted online as well. Sponsorship forms
can be picked up in the school office. Contact Amy ([email protected]
gmail.com).
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