COALINGA HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

October 13, 2017

“Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today.”

 

*Malcolm X

 

CLASS & CLUB NEWS

 

Latin Dance is back!  Come learn salsa, bachata, merengue, and cumbia with Mr. Chagoyan every Monday and Wednesday.  Details to come.

 

The 2nd quarter after school cooking class starts Monday, October 16. Sign up in with Ms. Cooley in room 129 if interested.

 

Minimum Day Schedule

 

Warning Bell                  7:50 am

 

Per. 1                              7:55 – 8:33

Per. 2                              8:38 – 9:16

Per. 3                              9:21 – 9:59

Per. 4                             10:04 – 10:42

Per. 5                             10:47 – 11:25

Per. 6                             11:30 – 12:08

Lunch                             12:08 – 12:48

Warning Bell                 12:48

Per. 7                             12:53 – 1:30

 

 

 

 

FALL HOMECOMING DANCE

 

WHEN: FRIDAY OCT. 20

WHERE: OSCAR’S HUB

TIME: 10:00PM – 1:00AM

 

Couples w/ASB $15.00

Couples w/o ASB $20.00

Singles w/ASB $8.00

Singles w/o ASB $12.00

 

Guest pass permission slips may be picked up in the main office.

 

FROM THE ATTENDANCE OFFICE

Check your Aeries attendance portal daily.  See teachers as soon as possible for absence corrections.  Teachers only have 3 days to correct absences so make sure you follow up quickly.  See Mrs. Yeager in the Attendance Office if you have any questions.

 

FROM THE COUNSELING OFFICE

High School Custodial staff needs help after school.  If you would like to volunteer, see Mrs. Ryan in the Counseling Office for more information.

 

“CHS has different military representatives coming to our campus this year.  If you want to speak to a specific branch, like the Marines, Navy, Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, or any branch in general, please come into the Counseling office and sign up.”

 

Volunteers are needed for the ELKS haunted house on October 27-29, 2017.   See Mrs. Ryan in the Counseling Office for more information.

 

Our Fresno State Ambassador will start coming to CHS.  If you are interested in applying or learning more information about Fresno State please stop by the counseling office and sign up to see him.

Coalinga High School will have a Fresno Pacific University Representative come to our campus on Tuesday, November 7th.  If you are interested in learning more about Fresno Pacific University, stop by the Counseling Office and sign up to see him.

 

From Mr. Allen and Mrs. Walker

Ladies:  If you are thinking of attending Homecoming, and are going to be buying a dress, please be aware that dress code applies.  Guidelines are as follows:

Dresses can be NO shorter than FIVE inches above the knee, strapless dresses are permitted, but dresses cannot expose cleavage.  IF you break dress code, you will be turned away at the door.  No Exceptions!  Please shop responsibly.

 

Students you are required to have your school ID in your possession at all times.

 

Students are not allowed to use the elevator unless cleared to do so by Administration. If a student has a reason or condition requiring the use of the elevator please speak with one of us, otherwise violators will be punished.

 

Students are not to hang out in the halls before school, during lunch, or after school. No food or  drinks are allowed as you move in the halls to your classes. Access to Counseling and Library are through the doors leading to the middle hallway and is not allowed from the outside doors.

 

SPORTS NEWS

No after school soccer for the next 2 weeks.  If you are interested in playing soccer, go to the soccer tryouts right after school with the coaches.

 

Mandatory Girls Basketball practices begin Monday October 30th! Unless you are in a fall sport, you have to be cleared by that date!

TOAD SPORTS

 

JV Fball @ Dos Palos
Dismiss:
Leave: 2:30

Var Fball @ Dos Palos
Leave: 3:45

Cheer @ Dos Palos
Dismiss:
Leave: 2:30

 

XC @ Woodward Park
Dismiss: 10:42
Leave: 11:00

 

ESLERS:

Acculturate:

  • Be able to accept differences in others and become a productive and tolerant member in a diverse society.

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