December | Bobcat Breeze
December 14, 2020
Edison Nation was out in force Saturday taking part in the annual Reindeer Run and Rudolph Dash. So much so, that for the first time in the history of this event it was not the usual, year after year, reigning champion that won. This year, Edison took the top spot thanks to the amazing support from our community!
It was reenergizing to see so many familiar “smiling eyes” safely behind masks and socially distanced faces enjoying some family time together outdoors -- definitely something to look forward to for us here as we look to the coming year. Thank you for continuing to be a part of our tight knit community in a year like no other. As families and staff faced big challenges, many of us relied on one another to stay connected, motivated, and growing together.
As we see some light at the end of the tunnel, we are so grateful for your partnership, and we remain steadfast in our commitment to work together to ensure that all kids continue to thrive -- EdisonStrong!
Wishing you and your loved ones peace, health, happiness, and prosperity in the coming New Year.
Bobcats of the Week
Thank you to all the students who participated in our grade-level Spelling Bee this past week. While held virtually this year the competition was as competitive as ever. Congratulations to the following students who will be moving on to the school finals of our Spelling Bee on January 11th. Information will be mailed to these students this week including a new list of words for them tp prepare in hopes of moving on to represent Edison at the County level Speeling Bee. Special thanks to Ms. Meyer for coordinating our event this year!
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
Wednesday, Dec. 16th, 8-10:30am
This is an online event.
- 8:00 am TK-1
- 8:30 am 2-3
- 9:00 am 4-5
- 10:00 am 6-8
Zoom invitations emailed to families.
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.