COALINGA HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN
March 6, 2018
“Live life to the fullest, and focus on the positive.”
CLASS & CLUB NEWS
A coin collection will be held Thursday, March 8th during 6th period. It is for Pennies for Patients. This organization helps Leukemia patients. Please empty out those piggy banks and give generously. See Mrs. Bonilla if you have questions.
Attention Students: Please join us for CTE Night on Wednesday, March 7 from 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm in the HUB. Bring your friends and families to enjoy a special guest speaker, free burgers, and much more. Come and see what the future can hold for you!
FCA will be meeting during lunch today in the Home Ec room. Lunch will be provided.
Need community service hours?
Senior parents need help at the George Olsen track meet.
See Mrs. Bonilla if you want to volunteer.
Ready to make a difference and start a Happiness Movement? Did you know that just one message could inspire someone, affect their day, or even change their life? Join the Kindness Rock Project, Mondays in room 128. Sign up in the freshman office if you are interested.
From Mr. Allen and Mrs. Walker
Students: if your laptop goes missing, please tell an administrator immediately.
FROM THE COUNSELING OFFICE
Those of you signed up for the SAT this Saturday, calculator sign-ups are now available in the Counseling Office. You need to sign up before lunch on Friday to receive a calculator for the test.”
There is a community service opportunity at the Coalinga District Library March 23-29 for their annual book sale. Sign up in the Counseling Office if you are interested.
Attention Seniors: There are many local scholarships available this month. Be sure to check the scholarship bulletin. It is available in the Counseling Office and on the CHS website. Ms. Fernandez also e-mailed you a copy.
Need some volunteer hours? Come out and be a timer at our swim meets on Wednesday March 7, and Wednesday March 14th. Please sign up with Mrs. Vasquez. You will need to be at the pool at 3:30.
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.”
“Attention: Any students interested in joining the military after graduating high school sign up to meet with a military representative in the Counseling Office.”
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.
JV Softball @ Sierra Pacific
Var Softball @ Sierra Pacific
B-Tennis vs Caruthers
JV Baseball @ Caruthers
- Be able to accept difference in others and become a productive and tolerant member in a diverse society.
**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!