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School Accountability Report Card

SARC
Hardcopies of this report are available at your request.

SARC en Español
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Free and Reduced Lunch Application

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Rocket Administrators

Principal: Dr. Evelyn Baffico

Email: ebaffico@slzusd.org

Phone:510-317-5110

Asst. Principal: Don Carpenter

Email: Dcarpent@slzusd.org

Phone: 510-317-5114

 

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News

Friday, May 29th is a Minimum day
Friday May 29th is a minimum day, students will be released t 12:33 Continue
Posted by: Alexis Meron
Published: 5/26/15

Common Core Workshop for Parents June 1st from 6-8
Common Core Corners for Parents is a parent workshop series focused on increasing parent understanding of the new Common Core State Standards (CCSS). 

This workshop series will focus on informing you on the newly adopted CCSS and how it im... Continue
Posted by: Alexis Meron
Published: 5/26/15

8th Grade Dance June 5th 6-9
The 8th grade Throwback to the 80’s dance is Friday, June 5 from 6-9.  Tickets will be $10 and will be on sale the week of the dance.  If you have any playlist requests, please submit them to Ms. Sandoval by May 28. 

You m... Continue
Posted by: Alexis Meron
Published: 5/18/15

Important Announcements

QUAD: Stop by 30B after school today and sign up for Cultural Arts class, Obstacle Course Activities, Games Club and Homework Club. 

School News: Yearbooks are on sale now in the main office for $40. Cash only

Math Summer Maddness!! Sign up by May 29th!

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For More information please see the following flyers. 

TMSMPFamilyFlyer.pdf and in Spanish: TMSMPFamilyFlyer_Spanish.pdf

EMS Vision

The staff of Edendale Middle School, EMS, recognizes that early adolescence is a time of transition. No other age encompasses such a unique range of intellectual, physical, ethical, emotional and social development. To address the special needs of young adolescents, the staff of EMS strives to provide:

  • ALL students with a challenging comprehensive education
  • ALL students a safe environment that fosters a love for learning.
  • ALL members of the EMS community with opportunities to work towards building a stronger sense of community with all members actively involved in the daily activities of the school.
Today: 5/28/15

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