January | Bobcat Breeze
January 25, 2021
Bobcats of the Week
Spelling Bee Champion: Caleb Rodriguez
Congratulations to Caleb Rodriguez, this year's Edison Academy Spelling Bee winner. A special nod to Mialuna Guilbault who took the runner up spot this year -- you’ll get’em next year Mialuna! Caleb moves on to compete in our District Spelling Bee on January 23. Once again, thank you to all of our participants who studied and worked so hard this year.
Overall Spelling Bee Champion: Caleb Rodriguez
1st Grade Winners: Nolan Peterson, Charlotte Salazar
2nd Grade Winners: Genesis Rivera, Kaliayan Lek, Kazuhide Nakamura
3rd Grade Winners: Keriya Lek, Alexander Vitug, Isaac Magana
4th Grade Winners: Kenia Rivera, Melanie Hernandez
5th Grade Winners: Allison Hernandez, Geancarlo Rodriguez
6th Grade Winner: Mialuna GuIbault
7th Grade Winner: Brian Tran
8th Grade Winner: Caleb Rodriguez
Spirit Week -- The Great Kindness Challenge!
This week is the Great Kindness Challenge! All staff, students, and families are encouraged to participate this week by trying to complete as many random acts of kindness from our check off list as you can, and then sharing pictures to the link provided on the flyer or to the phone number listed.
Students that participate by sending in pictures will be entered into a raffle for some special prizes. Let's come together by spreading kindness to those around us! Remind students to be Respectful, Honest, Responsible, and to demonstrate Integrity.
Complete as many of these acts this week as you can and share pictures or videos of your adventures in kindness by clicking HERE or by texting your photo to 909-294-6480 -- please include your child’s name.
Students That Participate By Sharing Photos Will Be Entered Into A Raffle To Win A Gift Card
Parent’s Guide to PBIS
The Edison Way helps us reinforce that everyone always demonstrates Respect, Honesty, Responsibility, and Integrity. You can help us encourage these expectations by incorporating them into your day at home with your kids. Students can be reminded to be respectful by being kind to their siblings, parents, and other caregivers. Honesty can be encouraged by talking about the importance of telling the truth. Responsibility can be taught by showing students how to stay organized, arriving on time to class, and doing their homework. Lastly, families can promote Integrity by asking that students complete their own work on all assessments and tests. For more information on our PBIS program and school-wide expectations click here: A Parent's Guide to PBIS
Reporting an Absence:
Our absence reporting line is operational twenty-four hours a day, so you can call 909-984-5618 option 3 anytime. Absences must be reported before 9:15 A.M. As you leave a message via voice mail, please include the following information:
Student's name, please be sure to spell the last name.
Length of absence.
Reason for absence.
Modified Office Operations: Stay at Home Order
In light of Governor Newsom Stay at Home Order for all counties in the state of California under the Purple Tier of California’s Blueprint for Safer Economy, all OMSD school sites and district offices will remain physically closed until further notice.
If you need assistance, or to report an absence please call 909-984-5618 or email email@example.com to connect with someone who can assist you. You can also leave us a message and someone will respond in a timely matter. The health and safety of our community is our top priority.