COALINGA HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN
Quote of the Day:
“Honesty is the first chapter in the book of wisdom.”
Class & Club News:
After School Program Weight Training is now available Monday through Thursday in the Weight room. See you there.
No after school program next week due to minimum days. There will not be a 5:15 bus.
Attention all you basketball fans, don’t miss your chance to catch the Boys Basketball team in action this Friday (11/9) at 5:15 pm in the Main Gym. The Annual Orange and Black Scrimmage features both JV and Varsity teams. Tickets can be purchased from any current player, $2 in advance. At the door, tickets are $3 with ASB and $4 without. Help support the Toads as they get ready for another season of exciting Toad’s Basketball!!
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.
“Toads don’t forget to wear college, career, or military gear on Wednesday’s or to decorate your 5th period doors with your assigned college for Wear Will You Go Wednesdays!”
“If you’re interested in the military after high school. Sign-up in the counseling office to speak to a representative.”
Per student handbook, students are required to have their student ID card in their possession at all school times. ID will be required soon for many school activities such as transportation to and from school just as they are currently for dances and other activities. Find your ID and carry it with your other school materials.
- Be able to accept differences in others and become a productive and tolerant member in a diverse society.