COALINGA HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

February 15, 2018

“It is virtually impossible to compete in today’s global economy without a college degree.”

 

*Bobby Scott

 

CLASS & CLUB NEWS

NO SCHOOL FRIDAY 2/16 OR MONDAY 2/19, ENJOY A GREAT AND SAFE 4 DAY WEEKEND ; )

 

Senior panoramic orders are due by March 2nd.

You can purchase one copy for $20, 2 for $25 and 3 for $30.  See Mrs. Bonilla to get the order form and pay for the pictures.

 

Students we will be having Saturday school tomorrow Friday Feb. 16th in Huron only  same place and time.

 

From Mr. Allen and Mrs. Walker

With the warmer weather, students are reminded that ripped jeans above the knee, bare midriff, and bare shoulders are all dress code violations and will be dealt with. Dress appropriately for school!

 

FROM THE COUNSELING OFFICE

Are you interested in a summer program in Cal Poly, UC Davis, UC Berkeley, or another campus?  If you are, see Ms. Lopez, in the Career Center, for more information.”

 

“Freshmen, Sophomores, & Juniors: Fresno Pacific University’s Representative will be hosting a workshop on February 22.  If you are interested in attending, sign up in the Counseling Office.”

 

“Attention: Any students interested in joining the military after graduating high school sign up to meet with a military representative in the Counseling Office.”

 

SPORTS NEWS

 

If you are planning to play in a Spring sport, pick up your packets in the 9th grade office. Turn them in at the beginning of the day and your clearances will be ready at the end of the day.  Do not come during class time or between classes.  If you have played a sport this year already, come sign the yellow pad sheet on the counter and your clearances will be ready at the end of the day as well, if everything is cleared.

 

B-Soccer @ Riverdale
Leave: 3:30

(2nd round of Playoffs)

 

Var G-Wrestling @ Tulare
All Day

 

Var Softball @ Sierra Pacific
Dismiss: 12:36
Leave: 1:15

 

ESLERS:

 

Communicate:

 

  • Be able to understand both explicit and implied information.
  • Be able to read and comprehend progressively complex texts.

 

Faculty/Staff

 

**Teachers:  There is a change to how you   record tardies/absences for late students for periods 1 and 6.  Starting today, any student

period 6 must be swept.  If the student comes to you with a sweep, you are to mark the student TARDY no matter how late that student arrives to class.  If the student comes to class without a sweep, you must send the student to the main office to receive a sweep.  Mark all students “T” for periods 1 and 6, REGARDLESS of how late they arrive.  Please see admin or Ms. Saldana if you have questions.  Thanks!

 

Please check your mailbox every morning.

 

Do not send students in to get your mail!

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