5th grade promotion ceremony
Seniors College Apparel Day
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If you've enjoyed the nectarines and apples from the orchard this year, be sure to stop by mid to late summer to pick plums! Located just outside the elementary playground fence, the plum trees will be fruiting soon!
Support the MEA Theatre Company!
As many of you know, the director of the MEA Theatre Company, Adira Rosen will be graduating in just a few short days and will be attending college on the east coast next year. Due to Adira's geographic change, she will be unable to direct a full production at MEA next year. In order for the company to continue, we will need to hire part time staff to direct, costume, and design any productions. We are reaching out to ask for your financial support as we enter this new chapter of the MEA Theatre Co. Take a moment to read Adira's letter below, and, if you are able, please consider making a donation! Every dollar counts!
All library materials (books, DVDs, Phonics Readers, Time Readers) are NOW DUE. Please return to the book drop in the library.
Textbooks are due AS SOON AS YOU ARE FINISHED WITH THEM, or by June 14th at the latest. Please bring them to the book room, Room 4.
To see what you've got checked out, CLICK HERE and follow the steps below:
- Click on LOGIN on the upper right corner
- Enter your school username and password
- Click on MY INFO
Re-Enrollment for 2017-18
If you are planning on returning to Mt. Everest Academy next year, please come to the office to pick up your enrollment packet. These forms must be completed every year. Return completed forms and a current proof of address (i.e. SDG&E, water, cable, or phone bill) to the office ASAP.
If you are moving or are planning on attending a different school, please call Norma in the main office at 858-496-8778. Thank you.
If you ordered a yearbook, come to the computer lab (room 6) to pick yours up!
Lost and Found
Here's a link to pictures of items that are in our lost & found; clothing, water bottles, etc. If you recognize something as yours, please come to the front office to claim it! All items that have not been picked up by the end of the school year will be donated to charity.
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“Spiritual Diversity in Education”
Friday, June 16 / 9:00-12:00pm / Cafeteria
Ms. Deb Mech is facilitating Spiritual Diversity in Education which is open to all parents, students, staff, and community members. This workshop is a fully inclusive whole-child / holistic approach to tolerance and understanding and fully aligns with our mission of equity and integrated health and wellness. Light refreshments will be served.
To RSVP or for more information, please contact Ms. Mech at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Adira's Senior Vocal Recital
Saturday, June 17 / 7:00pm / MEA Auditorium
Adira Rosen, director of the MEA Theatre Company, will be giving a vocal recital to showcase her vocal repertoire and thank all those who have helped to get her to this point, artistically, academically, and otherwise. Adira and her family would like to extend an invitation to the entire MEA community to attend this free event and join in the celebration! We hope to see you there!
Mind the Details performs at the San Diego County Fair!
Friday, June 30, 2017 at 12 pm
Coors Light Rock On Stage
San Diego County Fair, Del Mar Fairground
Mind the Details features two talented musicians from MEA, Risa Schapiro (grade 9) on piano, accordion and vocals and Miles Clowminzer (MEA alum) on guitar, bass and vocals. This year, they return to the San Diego County Fair for their third appearance. Come see this spirited five-piece band!
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Think of the MakerSpace over the summer!
We've had a great first year here in room 7 learning and creating as we go along! We've enjoyed having classes in to work on projects, creating monthly challenges, hosting free tinkering time and encouraging high school students to teach our elementary students. We'd love for our MEA community to send us any ideas they have for next year: feedback of what worked and didn't work, project ideas, and any suggestions as we start to plan for next year.
We'd also love it if you could think of us over the summer. :) Donations are greatly appreciated as we take what you donate to create new projects and fun learning for our students. If you can hold your donations and bring them in in September (we have no room for them here over the summer) we'd greatly appreciate it. We are open to what you'd like to donate but here are some ideas:
- paper towel/toilet paper rolls
- hot glue sticks
- stickers, jewels
- coffee filters
- electronics/building materials
- colorful duct tape
- paper cutters
- popsicle sticks
- paper clips
- uncrushed, clean soda cans
- play dough
- ziplock bags
- And really, any arts and crafts supplies
Thank you and have a great summer!
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Healthy School Food Summit
The Healthy School Food Summit (HSFS) is a program to educate school administrators, teachers, parents, food service workers, legislators and others on ways they can add more healthy food options in their schools to help students grow and excel while also motivating and inspiring them to also eat better at home. The HSFS is completely free and held online. The summit is sponsored by the Coalition for Healthy School Food (CHSF), a nonprofit organization that introduces plant-based foods and nutrition education in schools to educate the whole school community.