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Husky Hits - March 11 2018


Around the World Food Fair

March Chapel

Talent Show I


Sign Ups

Partybook Spring 2018 Season

Spring Event

Work-Study After School



- Lost and Found

Just inside the St. Andrews gate there is a very full Lost and Found rack! Our volunteers have been compiling every lost book, bag, and jacket. If you think your son or daughter is missing something, swing by and check out the bin before March 23, when the contents of the bin and rack will be donated to local charities.

- Where in the world is Debbi David?

Wondering why Debbi David is suddenly not answering your emails or why she's deserted her post directing traffic on the curb?  Well, she's off chairing a seven-person committee working on the CAIS accreditation of another school.  Every other year, CAIS heads of school are expected to participate in the accreditation process of another independent school somewhere in the state of California; and this is Debbi's year.  The process is very rigorous and contact with the outside world is severely restricted by the scope and intensity of the work.  Debbi returns to L.A. next Thursday and will be busily answering all the emails she missed.  In her absence please contact Elizabeth Desmarais if your concerns can't wait.  

- Amazon Smile

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- Safety Reminders

Last week Debbi David wrote a letter to the St. James' Family, click here to see it in full. Some important safety reminders are below:
  • We created lanyards for parents with photo identification four years ago to protect our children.  Wear them; or we will deny you access to the school and the playground…because it’s the right thing to do for kids.  

  • In the event of a mass evacuation from the school, students and teachers will eventually …when LAPD declares it safe…meet up at a remote location where you will be allowed to remove the children; but we will do so in an orderly manner to ensure that all children are accounted for before being released to anyone, even their parents.  Prepare to be patient.

  • We will never publish our evacuation routes or interim destinations lest the information fall into the wrong hands, so please don’t ask us for them. 

  • In the event that a school lock-down is considered our best option, no one will be admitted once the school is locked.  We do that for the protection of your children.  If you come to school and demand that we hand over your child, we will not do it.   Stay away from the building; and do not put yourself or our children in danger.