Hello [First_Name],

Following are some of the latest news and information from Alamo, SFUSD, PTA and Friends of Alamo School Foundation for the week of April 24, 2019. 

In this issue:


April 2019:

  • 4/24, Online Auction open now and closes THIS Sunday 4/28
  • 4/24, Wednesday Raffle ticket sale ends, turn in all money and stubs!
  • 4/26, Friday, 5:30-9:00 pm Alamo Annual Gala, Auction & Raffle, Salesforce Tower;
    no-host After Party until midnight @ Local Edition
  • 4/29, Monday, 6:00 pm New Parents’ Orientation, auditorium

May 2019

  • 5/06-5/10, Monday – Friday Teacher and Staff Appreciation Week
  • 5/07, Tuesday, 5:30 pm SSC meeting, school library
  • 5/07, Tuesday, 6:30 pm PTA meeting, school library

Learn how to add Alamo's Calendar to your Apple device HERE

ALAMO AUCTION UPDATE

The online auction is open for bidding! In addition to all the deals for restaurants, camps and services, the classroom art projects are also online this year! Click HERE to be sure you have the chance to win your child's classroom project! Classroom projects will be on display on Friday during drop off and will also at represented at the Live Event for bidding 

The Paddle Raise this year will help to invest in technology that is critical for furthering everyone’s educational experience. If you are not attending the event, you can still contribute by clicking this LINK

Here is the line up for this year's LIVE auction:

  • A weekend in Tahoe at a beautiful cabin for 12 sipping on a case of Gold Medalists from the 2018 SF International Wine Competition (Charles Ledogar & Susan Shih)
  • Mediterranean feast, featuring fusion cuisine and wine from Turkey, Lebanon, Greece, Italy and Israel for 10 people (Ilanit Bener Shtein)
  • Meet and greet with Mayor London Breed at her office and a tour from the City Hall Historian (Mayor London Breed)
  • 2 awesome seats at the Golden State Warriors game with dinner at Barbara Pinseria & Cocktail Bar (Nay and Tejal Patel, Covucci Family)
  • Four front row seats to the 5th grade graduation.  
  • Principal for a day. 
  • A Friday play date & dinner with Ms. Murphy, Mr. Barisonek & Mr. Siedman. 
  • A paint and sweets afternoon with Mrs. Liu, Mrs. Won, Mrs. Wong. 
  • 4 tickets to Larry Baer's lower box with a pre-game visit to the dug-out. 
  • A handcrafted BBQ meal for 12 delivered for your next gathering (Ash Notaney) 
  • Wine Tasting for 10 people with the sommelier at High Treason Wine Bar.   (Michael Ireland) 


Admission Tickets on Apple iOS 12.1 RAFFLE UPDATE Admission Tickets on Apple iOS 12.1

This is the LAST week to sell raffle tickets so let's have a strong finish to our goal! Tickets are due to your child's teacher at the latest by 8:45am this Friday 4/26. Winners will be announced at the auction gala Friday evening. You do not need to be present to win!

Congratulations to our Week 3 classroom raffle challenge winners who won the SPECIAL EMOJI KEYCHAINS, BOUNCY BALLS and HOMEWORK PASSES!

K/1st: Room 104 - Mrs. Won

2nd/3rd: Room 213 - Ms. Yee

4th/5th: Room 211 - Mr. Barisonek

Next week's classroom challenge will be a MOVIE AND SNACK PARTY IN YOUR CLASSROOM for those who sell the most tickets!

Please continue to sell raffle tickets to support Music, Literacy, Outdoor Science, Technology, PE, Art programs and more at Alamo.  Without your help and support these programs cannot continue.  Please help us reach our $30,000 goal! 


COMBINED MAY/JUNE ALAMO MATTERS

Our monthly newsletter will come out closer to the middle of May instead of May 1, so that we can share the results of the auction and raffle. If you have any stories and/or pictures you'd like to share please send them to the Communications Team.


LOST & FOUND

There are LOTS of dark blue jackets in the lost and found area. With the warmer weather, you may not notice your child's jackets are missing so please take a few minutes to check.


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FAMILY CULTURE & CLIMATE SURVEY

The District wants to see at least a 60-70% participation rate, and we're up to 48% family response rate. If your family hasn't completed the survey yet, please click http://bit.ly/2SzfNZS Let's go Alamo! 

THIS FRIDAY, April 26, is the last day


Vertical Traffic Light on Apple iOS 11.3STOP DROP AND GO 

April Assignments

  • 4/29 - Room 206 (Mr. Savant)

May Assignments

  • 5/6 - Room 213 (Ms. Yee)
  • 5/13 - Room 217 (Ms. McLaughlin)

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SFUSD BUDGET PLANNING MEETING

Public Briefing: SFUSD’s Draft LCAP for 2019-20

Wed, April 24, 2019, 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
Board of Education Conference Room
555 Franklin Street
San Francisco, CA 94102


SFUSD ARTS FESTIVAL!

All are invited and encouraged to attend the 33rd Annual SFUSD Arts Festival, showcasing children's visual and performing arts in collaboration with the Asian Art Museum. Events begin on Saturday, April 27 and run through Sunday, May 5. Have a peak at the daily schedule of events and join the fun by signing up to volunteer.

RICHMOND DISTRICT YMCA: For information click HERE or visit their website.

MARITIME SUMMER CAMP: For information click HERE or visit their website.

COASTAL CAMP: Click HERE for full brochure or visit their website.

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA MUSIC & ART CULTURE CENTER: Registration now open. For more information click HERE or visit their website.

WAH MEI CAMP: June 10-August 2, three sessions. Visit their website, or click HERE.

THE EDGE CAMP: June 10-July 19, 495 9th Avenue. Click HERE for information.

MS. DEBORAH'S ART CAMP: Nonstop art-making and fun for kids 5 to13. Week-long, half day sessions in sunny Noe Valley are ideal for busy families and younger children - all ages welcome every week, June 17 - August 9. Click HERE for more information.

FIRST CHINESE BAPTIST CHURCH DAY CAMP: For more information and to fill out the application, go to https://www.fcbc-sf.org/ or click HERE.

the CODER SCHOOL: Launching new camps this summer at Clement St & 4th Ave. Sign up now for a FREE Scratch or Python workshop or to find out more about the camps, click HERE

CELSIUS AND BEYOND: Visit their website for details on camp classes or click HERE for more information

KIDS at LINES SUMMER DANCE CAMPS: Alonzo King LINES ballet https://linesballet.org/education/kids-lines/

CAMP 4K: Click HERE for more information or visit their website.

DESTINATION SCIENCE: Click HERE for more information or visit their website.

SF PARK & REC: Registration is now open. Click HERE to see what camps or classes are available.

Chess Pawn on Apple iOS 12.1ACADEMIC CHESS SUMMER CAMP: Click HERE for more information.

XIAN YUN SUMMER CAMP: July 8, 2019 - August 2, 2019. Click HERE for more information or visit their website.

MEI JIA MANDARIN SUMMER CAMP: Mei Jia Mandarin Summer camp is a great place for children (K-6th grade) to make new friends, explore, create, and learn lifelong skills all in Mandarin. Click HERE or visit their website

ELIOT SMITH SUMMER BASKETBALL CAMP: Brochures are in the school office or visit their website.

THE LITTLE STUDIO: Summer camps in the Richmond District for K-3rd grade girls. Please visit their website for more information.

ENGINEERING FOR KIDS: Spring Break and Summer camp information, visit their website or click HERE

Memo on Apple iOS 12.1ADVENTURES IN WRITING CAMP: visit their website or click HERE

Performing Arts on Apple iOS 12.1NEW CONSERVATORY THEATER CENTER: visit their website or click HERE

CAMP EDMO: For locations and pricing for their summer camps, please visit their website, or click HERE. 


  


SF BALLET COMPANY CLASS VIEWING AND FANFEST

On Saturday, April 27, watch an SF Ballet Company class led by one of their ballet masters, on stage at the beautiful War Memorial Opera House (301 Van Ness Avenue). It's free to attend, but make sure you RSVP! Plus, from 10 am-2 pm, Fan Fest returns with family friendly booths where you can try on a tutu, learn about pointe shoes, and learn the history of SF Ballet.

FREE E-WASTE RECYCLING

The Stonestown branch of the SF Fire Credit Union is hosting a free community e-Waste day on Wednesday, May 1st from 9-3, in their parking lot (565 Buckingham Way). In addition they will have an industrial shred truck that can only handle paper documents. They cannot accept VHS/DVDs, tapes, binders, or cardboard boxes. You do NOT need to remove paper clips or staples, but please remove any binder clips. For a complete listing of electronic waste they are accepting, click HERE.

RICHMOND COMMUNITY HEALTH FESTIVAL

Free event on Saturday, May 4, from 10 am - 2 pm at the Richmond Recreation Center, 251 18th Avenue. Free activities, screenings and prizes! Click HERE for more information.


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