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Ramona Elementary

Los Angeles Unified School District

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    • Enroll your student for the current 2020-2021 school year for At-Home Learning.

    Office hours

    Monday to Friday

    8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

    Phone Number: (323) 663-2158

    FYI

    1. Recycling one aluminum can saves enough energy to run a TV for three hours.
    2. During the time it takes you to read this sentence, 50,000 12-ounce aluminum cans are made.
    3. An aluminum can may be recycled ad infinitum (forever!).
    4. We consume over 80 trillion aluminum cans every year.
    5. The world's tallest tree is a coast redwood in California, measuring more than 360 feet or 110 meters.
    6. The world's oldest trees are 4,600 year old Bristlecone pines in the USA.
    7. Every day, American businesses generate enough paper to circle the earth 20 times!
    8. Each year, Americans throw away 25 trillion Styrofoam cups.
    9. Only 1% of the world's water supply is usable, 97% are the oceans and 2% is frozen (for now).
    10. Recycling a single run of the Sunday New York Times would save 75,000 trees (about the same for more major papers' Sunday editions).

     

    Quote of the month

    "The environment is where we all meet; where all have a mutual interest; it is the one thing of all us share."

                               
    -Lady Bird Johnson
     

    Comic of the month

    poem of the month

    Thankful 

    These are the things I'm thankful for...

    The sweet smell of flowers in springtime,
    Beautiful clear blue skies above me,
    The feeling of damp grass beneath my bare feet,
    The sound of a free running stream,
    The warmth of the sun on my cheeks,
    The site of a field filled with corn,
    The sound of birds singing in the trees,
    The taste of fresh picked raspberries,
    Crisp, clear autumn mornings,
    The sound of leaves crunching beneath my feet,
    The site of pumpkins growing in a field,
    The first chill of winter in the air,
    The site of snowflakes frolicking on the breeze,
    Watching children skate on a frozen pond,
    And seeing the first robins of spring.

    I hope that future generations will still have these things to be thankful for.

    – Kelly Roper

     

    Proverb of the month 

    Treat the earth well: it was not given to you by your parents, it was loaned to you by your children. We do not inherit the Earth from our Ancestors, we borrow it from our Children.

    -Native American Proverb

     

    WOW OF THE MONTH

    After his election to the Senate in 1962, Nelson began trying to convince lawmakers to establish an environmental agenda. But he was repeatedly told that Americans were not concerned about environmental issues. He proved everyone wrong when 20 million people came out to support the first Earth Day celebration and teach-in on April 22, 1970.

    Dear Ramona Families, 

    If your child is feeling sick such as vomiting, coughing, cold/flu like symptoms, runny nose, fever, loss of smell/taste, body aches, headaches, congestion, soar throat, diarrhea, nausea, chills, muscle, body aches, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, please do not send your child to school.  Students who become sick at school and will be isolated from their class and be sent home.  Per District policy, your child needs to be picked up from school within an hour from the time you receive the phone call. Before return to school students will need to take a COVID test and have a negative result as well as quarantine for 14-days before returning.  Please communicate with your child's teacher and inform him/her that your child will be attending class online.Thank you for keeping our campus safe and healthy for all.

     

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    Estimadas familias de Ramona,

    Si su hijo se siente enfermo, como vómitos, tos, síntomas de resfriado / gripe, secreción nasal, fiebre, pérdida del olfato / gusto, dolor de cuerpo, dolores de cabeza, congestión, dolor de garganta, diarrea, náuseas, escalofríos, dolores musculares, debilidad. de aliento o dificultad para respirar, por favor no envíe a su hijo a la escuela. Los estudiantes que se enfermen en la escuela serán aislados de su clase y tendrán que irse a casa. No pueden quedarse en LAs Best.  Según la poliza del distrito, su hijo debe ser recogido de la escuela dentro de una hora desde el momento en que recibe la llamada telefónica. Antes de regresar a la escuela, los estudiantes deberán tomar una prueba de COVID y tener un resultado negativo, así como ser puestos en cuarentena durante 14 días antes de regresar. Comuníquese con el maestro de su hijo e infórmele que su hijo asistirá a clases en línea. Gracias por mantener nuestra escuela segura y saludable para todos.

     

    Dear Ramona Families,

    If you child will be returning to in-person instruction, they must take a COVID Test a week before  school starts. Baseline COVID test is required 7 days before school starts. Testing center hours expanded to 7am-7pm. Students must present a negative COVID result if they will  attend in person. You may make an appointment at 

    DailyPass.lausd.net or call (213) 443-1300.

    COVID Testing Link: DailyPass.lausd.net

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    Estimadas familias de Ramona,

    Si su hijo regresará a la instrucción en persona, debe tomar un  examen COVID una semana antes de que comiencen las clases. Se requiere la prueba COVID de referencia 7 días antes de que  comiencen las clases. El horario del centro de pruebas se expandióde 7:00 AM. A 7:00 PM. Los estudiantes deben presentar un  resultado COVID negativo si asistirán en persona. Puede hacer unacita en DailyPass.lausd.net o llamar al (213) 443-1300.

    Enlace para hacer una cita para la prueba de COVID:

    COVID Testing Link: DailyPass.lausd.net

     

    CALENDAR

     

    May:  Summative ELPAC Testing Continues

     

    May: Reading Inventory Testing for 6th Graders

     

    May: DIBELS EOY K - 6th Grades

     

    May: EDULASTIC Testing K-2 Grades

     

    May 31st: Memorial Day - NO SCHOOL  

     

     

     

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    TECH SUPPORT

    Dear Ramona Families, 

    If you need support with getting online or support with your child's electronic device, you may call (562)372-6925.  You may also call LAUSD at (213)443-1300.  

    Thank you.

    Estimadas familias de Ramona:

    Si necesita asistencia para conectarse o asistencia con el dispositivo electrónico de su hijo, puede llamar al (562) 372-6925. También puede llamar a LAUSD al (213) 443-1300.

    Gracias.

    Ramona Parent Schoology group

    Click on the link to enter Schoology /Presione el enlace para ir a Schoology

     

    https://lms.lausd.net/home

     

    Use the access code to join/Utilice el  codigo para registrarse:

    73H7-WDH2-HDM59

    earth day is celebrated in april 

    Earth Day is recognized as the largest civic event in the world. Earth Day is celebrated on April 22 every year. The day aims to raise awareness among masses about climate change and global warming. The day inspires to act towards the protection of the environment and focus on the need for conservation.

    DYK?

    Earth is 4.54 billion years old?

     

    image of the month

    what can students do for the planet

    1. Turn off the lights when you’re not using them. You’ll be surprised how much a ‘room check’ can save.
    2. Mix baking soda and water for a non-toxic, multi-purpose cleaner.
    3. Put things where they belong. In other words, pick up after yourself and be sure to put your trash in the trash can.
    4. Ducks get stuck! Snip each ring of your six-pack plastic drink holder before throwing them out.
    5. Let the light in. Keep your blinds open longer to let natural light in, rather than turning on lamps or lights.
    6. Care for the earth’s creatures and adopt a pet!
    7. Don’t scrap it, regrow plants! Did you know that keeping the stems on food like onions, lettuce, potatoes and more magically regrow in water or a little soil?
    8. Draw the earth. Use recycled paper or photography to capture signs of spring or things you love about nature, you will appreciate the planet more.
    9. Have a candlelight night. Pick one night this month to decide when the sun goes down the candles light up. Play a game of cards, enjoy some fresh lemonade, or just read a story with your family. Chill out and give you and our electronic connection a break
    10. This planet is a big place. Take the time to learn about a culture that is different than yours or learn a new language. It’s like opening a door to a whole new world.

     

    animal of the month

    Everyone loves a panda…they might be the kitschiest animal humanity has driven to the brink of extinction yet. From stuffed animals to martial arts-trained CGI abominations, we just can’t seem to get enough of the bi-colored beasts. Though their “aww factor” may verge on the cloying, it hasn’t been without effect. China, which is home to the remaining wild population of fewer than 2,500 individuals, has since the late 1980s instituted more stringent habitat protections and poaching has all but ceased. Their status is still tenuous, though.

    SPORTS FACT OF THE MONTH

    The diameter of a full sized basketball is half the diameter of a basketball hoop.