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RSS Welcomes New Assistant Principal, Carie Oulashian

Carie Oulashian has been in the dynamic field of education for over 20 years. She has taught every content area in both urban and suburban settings. Since 2011, Carie has served as part time faculty at Loyola Marymount University in a variety of capacities including supervising pre-service teachers and interns, teaching methods courses, coaching veteran teachers, and leading professional development - for K-12 educators in both general and special ed roles. Last year Carie developed multi-tiered systems of support for Wiseburn Unified School District at all four school sites, working with principals, teachers, and students. She has a great passion for designing systems, spaces, and learning which support the academic, social-emotional, and behavioral success of each and every child. Carie and her husband moved their family to El Segundo in 2008 for the outstanding schools. She is thrilled to now serve her home community and the school district to which she entrusted her own three children.
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Last Week of School Festivities!

Monday, June 10: Talent Show, 10am-11:30am, ESHS Tuesday, June 11: Read In Day, Wear PJs to School! Thursday, June 13: 5th Grade Culmination, 11am-12pm, ESHS Friday, June 14: LAST DAY OF SCHOOL, Minimum Day (TK/K-2nd ALL early bird: 12:45pm 12; 3rd-5th: 1:30pm)

Open House is May 23rd!

TK/Kindergarten students are all EARLY Birds - 8:20am to 12:45pm 1st thru 2nd graders - 8:20am to 12:50pm-Early Birds/9:00am to 1:30pm Later Gators 3rd thru 5th grade students - 8:20am to 1:30pm Special's Open House (PE/PLTW/Music/SpEd): 5:30-6:00pm Classrooms: 6:00-7:00pm

Multicultural Day is May 17th!

Multicultural Day is this Friday, May 17th and we very much hope our entire community will join us. (1) During the school day: We could greatly use PARENT VOLUNTEERS (details below & sign up here) (2) From 4:30 – 7pm: Come back for a great multicultural evening - all are welcome! a. FOOD TRUCKS from France, India & Japan will all be present serving yummy treats b. 18 COUNTRIES will have booths open in the RSS cafeteria, to tour and learn about all of the great cultures that are present right here in our El Segundo community c. SPECIAL PERFORMANCE of Taiko in the cafeteria (6 – 6:20pm) Volunteers Needed: Parent volunteers are needed to staff country tables in 90-minute shifts. It’s VERY easy – volunteers will stamp kids passports, share a few facts about their country (from a one sheet at the table), and pass out goodies to students as they come through all day. Three incentives for you to volunteer: (1) Parent volunteers get access to the Multicultural Day Hospitality Room, which will have some yummy international foods and treats (and for those working at lunch, there will be LUNCH!) (2) We have the schedule of class visitations ready, so you can time your volunteer shift with a time to experience this day when your child will be coming through. (3) You will have fun! The parent volunteers who have put together the table displays have worked super hard to set everything up and make it easy to learn some quick, interesting things about each country (full list below). You may go home with a wish list of places for your next vacation 😊 PLEASE SIGN UP HERE! https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b0849a4a829a02-multicultural CLASS VISITATION SCHEDULE: 8:30 - 9am - Voboril (4) & Brooks (5) 9:05 - 9:35am - Nodar (2), Igi (2) & Barnstone (2) 9:40 - 10:10am - Elder (3) & Aguirre (3) 10:15-10:45am- Sharp (TK), Hong (K) & Schmit (K) 10:50am - 11:20am - Domer (4) & Croddy (5) BREAK 11:45am - 12:15pm - Plotkin (K) & O'Brien (K) 12:20 - 12:50pm - Lister (1), Goss (1) & Figoni (1) 12:55-1:25pm - Worley (3) & Serota (3) 1:30 - 2pm- Kim (2) & Varghese (1) 2:05 - 2:35pm - Palmer (4) & Dooley (5) COUNTRIES THAT WILL BE REPRESENTED: Inline image Any questions, please contact Laura Probst Pimentel at lauramichelleprobst@yahoo.com or 310-570-5853. Thank you and look forward to seeing you Friday!
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Spring Sing, May 31, 2019

Lower Grades Performance (9:20am-10:30am) 9:20-9:40am - 2nd Grade 9:40-10:00am - 1st Grade 10:00-10:20am - Kindergarten 10:25-10:30am - Culmination with all 3 grades singing Upper Grades Performance (10:40am-12:10pm) 10:40-11:00am - Richmond Street Singers 11:00-11:20am - 3rd Grade 11:20-11:40am - 4th Grade 11:40-12:00pm - 5th Grade 12:05-12:10pm - Culmination with all 3 grades singing Spring Sing, May 31: This year the Spring Sing has grown so much that we have divided it into two separate concerts! The Lower Grades Concert from 9:20am-10:30am will have TK through 2nd grade performing, and the Upper Grades Concert from 10:40am-12:10pm will have 3rd grade through 5th grade performing. We have grouped these grades together to have parents attend the approximately one hour show without having too many distractions. Because multiple grades will be performing at the same time, both doors at the front of the auditorium, by the stage, will be used for student entrance and exit only. Parents will be directed to enter and exit through the doors at the back of the auditorium. Thank you and we are so excited for this year’s Spring Sing! **Class Photos: Check in with your teacher to meet with the class before/after the concert for a class picture in Library Park!

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