|News & Announcements
Kindergarten to Ocean Institute On Monday, May 14th, the Kindergarten classes went on a field trip to the Ocean Institute at Dana Point Harbor. The children were able to touch sea cucumbers, sea stars, hermit crabs, etc. The children had a wonderful time and had a "hands-on" adventure. After the Ocean Institute lab and classes, the children ate lunch at the Tustin Sports Park. Thank you to all the parent helpers. We appreciate you. It was a fun time for all! Check out more pictures on Flickr!
Fairmont's Street Hockey Team Finishes 2nd In Tournament
This past Saturday, May 12th, the 4th Grade Street Hockey Team competed in the 5th Annual Anaheim Ducks S.C.O.R.E. Shootout Hockey Tournament at Honda Center in Anaheim. There were a total of 20 teams entered in the tournament this year and Fairmont Edgewood started off the day by beating Carden Hall 5-2. The next two games Fairmont beat Crossroads 8-0, then Maxwell 13-1. Fairmont would then be seated #2 in the Championship bracket behind 4 time Champions Friends Christian School. Fairmont went on to beat Anderson elementary and Davis Magnet which put them into the championship game pitted against Friends Christian. Fairmont was down 3-1 only to come back and tie it up in the final period putting the game into a 5 minute sudden death overtime. Fairmont finished in 2nd place losing to Friends Christian 4-3 in overtime. This year's team did extremely well and will be awarded their team trophy next week.
Pennies For Patients
The Edgewood Campus will be collecting Pennies for Patients for the next two weeks, Monday, May 7th - Friday, May 18th. Pennies for Patients is about donating change to make a difference. All students will bring in loose change to place in the classroom collection box. On the last day, Friday, May 18th, all the collection boxes are sent in to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. All donations are greatly appreciated, and we thank you for working together to help fight cancer.
For safety reasons, we want to give you a couple of reminders about driving on or around the campus.
1) Please drive slowly in all the parking lots, church and school. There are young children here who do not always look before moving across a line of traffic. As adults, you need to use caution when driving around the school.
2) Please observe all posted traffic laws so as not to disrupt non-school traffic flow. We have had some complaints about parents not observing posted traffic signs.
3) Please do not leave your vehicle unattended in the red zone in front of school. We use this as a our car loading area and unattended vehicles disrupt the traffic flow.
Thank you for keeping our children safe!
Save Your BOX TOPS - Next Week!
How to earn cash for our school in two easy steps:
1. Clip Box Tops
2. Send Box Tops to School
Our School Earns Cash - Twice a year, Box Tops will send our school a check worth 10 cents for each Box Top redeemed, up to $20,000. Thank you for participating in this school wide program.
Friday, May 25th
At Fairmont Summer Programs, each week of camp is unique to keep your child's mind engaged throughout the summer. Fairmont offers morning, afternoon, and full-day camp options available each week throughout the summer. Whether your child is a straight-A student or in need of remediation, he or she will receive individualized attention from the summer school teachers who specialize in making summer learning effective and fun. Enroll Online Today!
Edgewood Parent Association News
ECPA Meeting: Tuesday, May 22nd at 8:30 am with a Q&A session with Mr. Smiens. Don't miss this opportunity to get your questions answered.
May Lunch Menus