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School Hours

Regular Day:         8:06 -   2:25

Early Dismissal:   8:06 -   1:25

Minimum Day:      8:06 - 12:36

Office Hours:        7:30 -   4:00

 

Drop Off available from 7:40 am

School Uniforms

All students who attend Point Fermin Marine Science Magnet STEAM school wear school uniforms to school. Uniforms are mandatory school attire. For further information or a descriptive flyer describing our proper uniform attire click HERE.   

Morning Arrival Time

School opens each morning at 7:40 am. Do not drop your child off at the gate before 7:40 am as there will be no supervision.  Breakfast in the Classroom will continue this year. Students must be on time to participate in Breakfast in the Classroom. Please bring your student on time to school each morning. Remember to use our Dolphin Drop-off program upon arrival. Dolphin Drop-off  will be available 7:50-8:05am. Our volunteers work hard to secure a safe arrival for our students. Please be respectful of our volunteers and consider joining their ranks!

Parent Teacher Organization

Point Fermin has an active PTO that helps our school to thrive! Our fabulous PTO holds many fundraisers and sponsors activities that support students and staff. All are invited to join this dynamic and important group! Please view their web page for more details. We love our PTO!

TRAFFIC SAFETY

5/12/17


Students were treated to a visit from Brian Hastings, author of Song of the Deep and co-founder of Insomniac Gaming Company. Students got to hear about his gaming company, see videos of the games and learn about how he decided to write his new books.   Check him out in this podcast!

 

http://wamc.org/post/podcast-engineering-and-girls-song-deep

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1/30/17


 

Friday afternoons for 6 weeks this Winter at Point Fermin Marine Science Magnet fourth and fifth grade students are choosing their course of study.  They have four classes to choose from: 

 

"Sea Monsters" is a class where students are studying sea creatures and creating their own "monsters".

 

"Marine STEAM" is a class where students are working with technology and engineering.

 

In "Ocean Geology" students are discovering how rocks are formed and how they erode.

 

And in "Marine Science Genius Hour" students are exploring their marine science passion with as they create methods that will aid ocean exploration.

 

AND - don't miss the culminating event!  Friday February 24th!

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1/20/17

Check out this video featuring 1st and 4th grade Dolphins. It was created for Dizzy Feet Productions by the great folks over at San Pedro Ballet Company. 

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11/7/16

Dr. Lisa Gershwin delighted students last week with tales of how to be a scientist featuring some of the 200 jellyfish she has discovered and named, including one called "BAZINGA"!  Students learned the jellyfish dance and heard stories from Dr. Gershwin. Check out her new book!
 

http://www.cabrillomarineaquarium.org/events-news/events-details.asp?id=1689

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8/18/16

Tips for safe pick up after school!  

 

1)  Kindergartners leave via the Kindergarten play yard gate. Parents and caregivers need to arrive on time, please! 

 

2)  First and Second Graders leave via the gate near the bungalows.  

3)  Third, Fourth and Fifth Graders leave via the main gate. Try picking up 10 minutes after the bell. You'll have much less traffic and stress!  

 

4)  Please obey all traffic and pedestrian laws. Keep our kids safe! 

 

5)  Plan ahead - have enough time to park and walk to pick up. It also helps to bring a little extra patience. 

 

6)  If you see traffic laws being broken or unsafe pick-ups, please contact LAPD Harbor Division (310) 726-7701.  

 

SAFETY ALWAYS COMES FIRST! 

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News

3/23/17

Cell phone devices are to remain in the off position and stored in backpacks during the school day. Devices that are on, out of backpacks or in use will be taken to the principal's office. Parents will have to come to school to retrieve them. The school takes no responsibility for cell phones, electronics or technology brought to school.

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3/23/17

Birthday Treat/Uniform Policy Reminder:

We love birthdays, but we do not celebrate birthdays at school. Please do not send any type of edible treats on your child's birthday for the classroom. You can send books for the teacher, pencils, stickers, or writers notebooks.

Also, please follow school uniform policies. Please do not send children wearing costumes or props. No goodie bags, balloons or toys are allowed. Thank you for following all school rules and ensuring a safe and healthy environment for all children.

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Fins Up!

5/12/17


Students were treated to a visit from Brian Hastings, author of Song of the Deep and co-founder of Insomniac Gaming Company. Students got to hear about his gaming company, see videos of the games and learn about how he decided to write his new books.   Check him out in this podcast!

 

http://wamc.org/post/podcast-engineering-and-girls-song-deep

more
1/30/17


 

Friday afternoons for 6 weeks this Winter at Point Fermin Marine Science Magnet fourth and fifth grade students are choosing their course of study.  They have four classes to choose from: 

 

"Sea Monsters" is a class where students are studying sea creatures and creating their own "monsters".

 

"Marine STEAM" is a class where students are working with technology and engineering.

 

In "Ocean Geology" students are discovering how rocks are formed and how they erode.

 

And in "Marine Science Genius Hour" students are exploring their marine science passion with as they create methods that will aid ocean exploration.

 

AND - don't miss the culminating event!  Friday February 24th!

more
1/20/17

Check out this video featuring 1st and 4th grade Dolphins. It was created for Dizzy Feet Productions by the great folks over at San Pedro Ballet Company. 

more
11/7/16

Dr. Lisa Gershwin delighted students last week with tales of how to be a scientist featuring some of the 200 jellyfish she has discovered and named, including one called "BAZINGA"!  Students learned the jellyfish dance and heard stories from Dr. Gershwin. Check out her new book!
 

http://www.cabrillomarineaquarium.org/events-news/events-details.asp?id=1689

more
8/18/16

Tips for safe pick up after school!  

 

1)  Kindergartners leave via the Kindergarten play yard gate. Parents and caregivers need to arrive on time, please! 

 

2)  First and Second Graders leave via the gate near the bungalows.  

3)  Third, Fourth and Fifth Graders leave via the main gate. Try picking up 10 minutes after the bell. You'll have much less traffic and stress!  

 

4)  Please obey all traffic and pedestrian laws. Keep our kids safe! 

 

5)  Plan ahead - have enough time to park and walk to pick up. It also helps to bring a little extra patience. 

 

6)  If you see traffic laws being broken or unsafe pick-ups, please contact LAPD Harbor Division (310) 726-7701.  

 

SAFETY ALWAYS COMES FIRST! 

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