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Bobcat News          2012 California Distinguished School           May 5th -7th | GATE Test 2nd Grade          May 5th | Mandatory Washington DC/ New York Parent Meeting 6:00pm Room 4          May 5th | Pizza Sold After School Upper Campus          May 8th | Re-Think The Drink Assembly 1:40pm          May 12th | Pizza Sold After School Upper Campus            May 12th | STAR Testing Science 5th/8th Grade          May 13th | 2nd/3rd Field Trip SB Museum of Natural History     May 13th | D/ELAC Reclassification 6:00pm          May 13th | Teacher Appreciation Day          May 14th | 4th/5th Field Trip to Anacapa 6:00am – 7:00pm          May 14th | Math Super Bowl          May 15th | Parent Lunch on the Lawn 12:15- 12:45                 May 18th | Summer Music and Arts Opportunities Presentation and Sign-ups 7:00pm SY Campus Gym          May 19th | Pizza Sold After School Upper Campus          May 19th | 7th/8th Grade Play 6:30 pm                  May 20th | Spring Sing and Dance Show 6:30pm          May 22nd | Minimum Day Dismissal: K-6th 11:45am  7th/8th 12:00pm          May 25th | No School Memorial Day          May 26th | Pizza Sold After School Upper Campus          May 27th | 7th/8th Grade Field Trip to UCSB          May 28th | 2nd/3rd Grade Elks Rodeo          May 29th | Kindergarten Hawaiian Program Gym at 2:00pm          June 1st – 2nd| Career Ambassador Program for 7th/8th Grade 8:30am-12:00pm           June 3rd | 8th Grade Graduation 6:00pm          June 4th | K-7th Grade Beach Day Refugio Beach          June 4th | 8th Grade Field Trip          June 5th | Awards Assembly and Volunteer Appreciation 8:30am SY Quad |    Last Day of School | Minimum Day Report Cards                  



Michelle Marland Child Care and Community Director

Stuart C. Gildred Family YMCA a branch of the Channel Islands YMCA

900 North Refugio Road, Santa Ynez California 93460

P 805-686-2037      F 805-686-1424

michelle.marland@ciymca.org | http://www.ciymca.org/


Our After School Enrichment and Safety (ASES) program partners with local community resources, such as local museums, movie theatres and field trips to various locations in the valley to provide literacy and academic enrichment and safe and constructive alternatives for students in second through eighth grades. The ASES program serves from 40-50 students in second to eighth grades after school from the end of the instructional day until 6 p.m. and provides academic tutoring and standards-based instruction in core subjects, homework assistance, service learning opportunities, and enrichment activities. The program also makes use of the new computer technology  in our state-of-the-art computer labs.

ASES 2012 ASES Registration Parent HandbookSpanish Afterschool Forms