Join our next FOHA Meeting on Thursday, Oct 6th at 8 am in room 107. Bring your great ideas!
Let your kids have a blast while raising money for the Humanities Academy!! Save the date for Laser Tag: November 8th from 6-10 pm
Humanities Handbook/Cheat Sheet
Pants, shorts or skirts in navy or khaki, pants must be chino type, no jeans. Jeggings ok as long as they aren’t denim and have working pockets front and back.
Polo shirts in white, navy, gray. With Reed Wolf logo, or plain, purchased elsewhere.
Reed Wolf t-shirt, Reed baseball shirt, purchased at school.
Uniforms can be found at many stores, but a variety of uniform pants, shorts and skirts styles, including skinny or straight Dickies and Levi navy chinos can be found at New Star (Burbank).
PE shorts are pre-printed with Reed graphics and available for purchase at Student Store in lunch pavilion (cash or check).
Additional dresscode info on Reed website, including rules for free dress days which occur at various times during the school year.
Classroom list will be provided by teachers during the first week of school.
If you’re interested in car pools, fill out the Carpool Request Form and a school volunteer will contact you before the beginning of the school year.
You may also follow-up with them by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Pick up & Drop off locations (gates, crosswalks, etc.)
Landale & Colfax gate: crossing guard on duty
Sarah Street gate, just east of field
Main entrance on Irvine Avenue: parking restrictions enforced School Campus Map
To accommodate heavy books, a rolling backpack is useful. 6th grade lockers are not near the 6th grade bungalows, so are difficult to access between classes.
Books can be copied & bound into segments, so students don’t have to carry the entire book to school. Self-copying at a copy/print shop is suggested. Many teachers have a classroom set of textbooks to use, so that students can leave their textbook at home for homework use.
A Letter to Ms. Siminski and Ms. Esterman
Over the summer, please write us a letter introducing yourself. This will be a way for us to get to know you and give us a writing sample.
A friendly letter contains:
- The date
- A salutation, i.e. Dear Ms. Esterman and Ms. Siminski,
- The body of the letter written in first person, paragraphs with appropriate spacing and indentions
- A conclusion
- A closing, i.e. Sincerely, Your name
In the body of the letter, please address some of the following topics:
- Goals for the future
- Favorite/Least favorite subjects and why
- Movies/TV shows
- Sports/Activities you participate in
- What you’re looking forward to
You may type or handwrite your letter. Please make it neat. Remember you are writing this to your teacher, so make sure your spelling, grammar and punctuation are correct.
Hope to see you at the beach or orientation,
Ms. Siminski & Ms. Esterman