COALINGA HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN
Quote of the Day:
“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”
Class & Club News:
FCA meeting during lunch tomorrow in the Home Ec room. Lunch will be provided.
Hey, Toads this week you will get a rare chance to watch one of the top ranked Cross Country teams in the valley race on your campus. On Wednesday the Horned Toads will host the WSL championship race. They will take on last year’s League and Valley Champion (Avenal) along with all other teams in League. Please come out and show your support. Race times are 3:30, 4:00 and 4:30.
Throughout the month of November, we will be celebrating Random Acts of Kindness with dress up days. Tomorrow is “Dream of Kindness” and you are encouraged to wear your school appropriate pajamas to school.
If you are wanting to play a winter sport. Please pick up your paperwork in the 9th grade office, return your packet in to Mrs. Vasquez in the morning only. She will have your clearance ready after school if all filled out correctly. Please do not come during class time. If you are transitioning from a fall sport to a winter sport and need your clearance, sign up on the clipboard in the 9th grade office in the morning and your clearance will be ready at the end of the day. Thank you.
Varsity baseball preseason workouts will be held Tuesday’s and Thursday’s at 3:30 at the varsity baseball field.
The College and Career Club is excited to announce Wear Will You Go Wednesday’s November Contest: College Door Decorating. Your 5th period class will be assigned a college and everyone will be encouraged to decorate their class doors as creatively as possible! The contest will be judged at the end of November. There will be a fun prize!
Interested in the military after high school? Sign-up in the Main Office to speak to a representative.
All laptop computers are issued with covers that are designed to protect your device from damage. Please make sure that your computer has the protective cover on at all times.
- Be able to accept differences in others and become a productive and tolerant member in a diverse society.