18 hours ago
October 6, 2015,
“Love and Compassion are necessities, not luxuries. Without them humanity cannot survive. ”
CLASS & CLUB NEWS
Wednesday is a later start day and students should not be on campus until 9:00 a.m.
CSF will meet on Thursday, October 8th during lunch in Room N310. Sponsorship forms will be passed out. Our guest speaker will be Mrs. Lucero.
Green routine meeting this Wednesday in Mrs Lucero’s room.
FROM the COUNSELING OFFICE
Seniors: There is a new scholarship bulletin available in the Counseling Office.
Attention Juniors and Seniors-Camp Keep has been moved to October this year for the 6th graders. If you are interested in being a camp counselor, sign up in the counseling office. You must be academically eligible and passing all your classes.
Attention all students: if you are interested in attending the Career Tech Expo on October 14th, sign up in the counseling office. The first 80 students to sign up will get to attend. The event is 4pm-10pm.
Attention sophomores. One 10th grade student will be selected to attend the HOBY Leadership conference in June 2016 in Southern California. Please come by the Counseling Office for more information if you are interested.
October 16, 2015
Dress Up Days
Monday - Marvelous Monday
ress as any “M” Word
Tuesday - Hippee Day
Wednesday - White Out Wednesday
Thursday - Class NEON Color Day
Seniors-Pink, Juniors-Green, Sophomores-Yellow, Freshmen-Orange
Friday - Orange and Black Day
**Guest passes for Homecoming are now available in the Main Office. All guest passes must be turned in with a copy of your guest’s ID. The deadline to turn in a guest pass is Monday, October 12th before 3:00 pm.
TAYLOR and MAC Combo:
The next voluntary Saturday School for the month of October will be on Saturday, October 17th in both Coalinga and Huron. Doors close at 8:00. Saturday school hours go from 8:00-12:00.
*Coalinga High School students are not permitted to be on the Cambridge campus at any time. The only exception is Mrs. Schuck’s 1st and 2nd period History class.
*Students: We are having complaints: Please pick up and throw away your trash in trash cans both on campus and in the community. Open campus lunch is a privilege that can be suspended at any time.
*Students…Doing a great job getting to class on-time! Keep up the good work and let’s be tardy-free.
STUDENTS AND STAFF: DO NOT PARK IN THE EMPTY DIRT LOT ACROSS FROM THE HIGH SCHOOL. YOU WILL BE FINED AND TOWED IF YOU DO SO.
Fall Baseball Conditioning has started and runs Tues. Wed. &Thurs. from 3:30 to 5:30, contact Coach Redding for information.
Cheer is selling white jerseys now thru TODAY only. It’s a special order for $33.00 see Ms. Berlund or Mrs. Hunt.
Tennis vs Dos Palos
Dismiss @ 2:50
Game @ 4:00
JV Volleyball @ Dos Palos
Dismiss @ 12:36
Leave @ 1:30
Game @ 4:30
V Volleyball @ Dos Palos
Dismiss @ 12:36
Leave @ 1:30
Game @ 5:30
- Be able to apply logic and scientific methods to arrive at valid conclusions
- Be able to collect, analyze, and synthesize information
Associated Student Body
about 1 month ago
The following student clubs, organization and activities are available to all students:
- CSF (California Scholarship Federation)
- CLASS ORGANIZATIONS (each class has its own officers and activities)
- FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletics)
- MOCK TRIAL
- PUBLICATIONS (School yearbook and newspaper)
- STUDENT COUNCIL (Elective offices)
ASB COMMISSIONERS 15-16
- ASB President, Rebecca Carlson
- ASB Vice President, Lesley Alvardo
- ASB Secretary, Nicole Quezada
- Comm. of Rally, Marcos Bonilla
- Comm. of Rally, Stanley Ramirez
- Comm. of Rally, Deverie Pena
- Comm. of Rally, Lisa Rodriguez
- Comm. of Publicity, Leti Ledesma
- Comm. of Publicity, Lily Ledesma
CLASS OFFICERS 15-16
- President, Mykensie Campbell
- VP, Juan Dominguez
- Secretary, Esmeralda Vargas
- Treasurer, Musaid Husain
- President, Azucena Ramirez
- VP, Jose Olivera
- Secretary, Dayton Wisley
- Treasurer, Alma Mayoral
- President, Makenna Brooks
- VP, Chloe Giffin
- Secretary, Jacob Gonzalez
- Treasurer, Elizabeth Hunt
- Freshman Rep, Genesis Ramirez
- Freshman Rep, Axial Aispuro
- Freshman Rep, Leslie Licea
- Freshman Rep, Joe Johnson
about 1 month ago
A complete program of athletic activities is offered to meet the needs of all students interested in team or individual sports. The rules and regulations for sports are governed by the California Interscholastic Federation and the Athletic Code for Coalinga High School.
Students may play only 1 sport per season*.
Our high school includes the following sports:
*A request form must be completed by the student (Junior or Senior standings only) which includes permission by both coaches and submitted to the AD/Asst. AD. The athlete will only receive one award by the predominant sport.
**Includes male and female teams
All athletic programs are subject to change as a result of participation, funding and league placement.
Our teams compete in the Central Section East Sequoia League. Team schedules and results are available online through maxpreps.com.