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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

2:00 Early Release Day Friday September 5th
There will be a early release day on Friday September 5th. School will be released at 2:00 pm. 

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Posted by: Alexis Meron
Published: 8/29/14

Important Announcements

School News: Remember if you have not bought your school planner for $5, you may purchase one in the Main Office.

 

 Lunchtime Activities: Basketball Tournament sign-up begin next week. Get your teams ready! Library & Computer labs will be open during lunch at 12:15 beginning next week.

 

Sports News: All 6th, 7th, or 8th grade girls interested in playing Softball need to pick up an Emergency Waiver form from Mrs. Sandoval in Room 20. Tryouts begin Tuesday.  You must have an emergency waiver signed to try-out. Girls need to meet Mrs. Sandoval at the locker room to change immediately after school. Don’t be late! Pick up your paperwork today! Go Lady Rockets! 

 All 6th, 7th, or 8th grade boys interested in playing Flag Football need to attending the Football meeting next Wednesday, September 3rd after school in P6. See Coach Souza for more information. 

 

Do you like to cheer or dance? We will be holding a cheer/dance meeting on Friday during lunch.  If you are interested in joining the team please meet in front of the track at 12:35. This will allow you time to eat lunch first.

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: 9/2/14

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