COALINGA HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

May 4, 2018

 

“Put your heart, mind, and soul into even your smallest acts.  This is the secret of success.”

*Swami Sivananda

 

CLASS & CLUB NEWS

Are you interested in learning CPR and First Aid? Next week, on Monday the 7th and Wednesday the 9th, come get certified in Adult and Child CPR/AED and First Aid.  All students, faculty and staff are welcome to join us in the North Wing, room 303, at 3:15.  The cost will only be $20 dollars, which is the cost of the certification card.  I hope to see all on Monday.

 

Are you a current sophomore or junior and want to be a positive role model? Link Crew Leaders are mentors and student leaders who guide freshmen to discover what it takes to be successful during the transition to high school.  Help facilitate freshman success, and apply to be a Link Crew Leader.  See Mrs.  Diaz for information!

 

There will be Saturday School in Huron tomorrow.

 

Community service opportunity for students.

You may work at the Fun Run May 19th at CMS.

Sign up for community service hours in Mrs. Bonilla’s room.

 

Cheer is looking for an enthusiastic person who wants to be our school’s mascot, if you are interested in mascot or manager meet on Monday, May 7 outside Oscar’s Hub at 3:30.

 

The California Young Reader Medal program will come to an end on Wednesday May 9th.  There’s still time to read a book or two. Don’t forget to submit your forms to Turnitin.com to be eligible for prizes and the pizza party!

 

From Mr. Allen and Mrs. Walker

STUDENTS; BE SURE TO THROW YOUR TRASH AWAY BOTH ON CAMPUS AND OFF CAMPUS. WE ALL NEED TO DO OUR PART TO KEEP OUR CAMPUS AND OUR COMMUNITY LOOKING ITS BEST!

 

DRESS CODE VIOLATIONS:

LADIES…YOU WILL BE DRESS CODED FOR TOPS THAT REVEAL YOUR MIDRIFF AS WELL AS BLOUSES THAT ARE WORN OFF THE SHOULDER WITHOUT A TWO INCH STRAP UNDERNEATH.  STAY SCHOOL APPROPRIATE PLEASE.

 

FROM THE COUNSELING OFFICE

Attention Seniors:  The GEER Scholarship will run for one more week starting today.  Pick up applications in the counseling office.  Please attach transcript and turn in to Mrs. Vasquez in the 9th grade counseling office.

 

Students.  If you are interested in learning more about the military, there will be a luncheon on Wednesday, May 23, during lunch, in the library.  The Army will be giving out general information, answering any questions you may have, and will even provide lunch for those who attend.  If you are interested, sign up in the Counseling Office.

 

Juniors and Seniors looking for a paid summer job can come by the Counseling Office to pick up an application to be a Student Summer Helper with the CHUSD Maintenance Dept.  Start date is June 11th thru August 14th, work times are 7:00 am to 3:30 pm / Monday thru Friday.   Applications must be turned in by May 11, 2018 by 4:00pm to Mrs. Ruona in the Counseling Office.

 

Have you been or are currently in the Migrant program and plan to attend West Hills College? Apply for their CAMP program. Please contact Ms. Fernandez for more information.

 

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.

 

SPORTS NEWS

 

If you are interested in playing JV football next year please come by Mr. Piz’s class before or after school for updates on the upcoming season.

 

Anyone planning on playing football next year, Spring practice starts Monday, May 7th after school. Meet at the practice field. Please bring cleats and weight room shoes. We need anyone that is not currently in a sport to be there. Any questions contact Coach Redding, Coach Earls, or Coach McCaleb. See you there.

 

ALL ATHLETES:

IF YOU ARE PLANNING ON PLAYING A FALL SPORT IN THE 2018-2019 SCHOOL YEAR, PLEASE BE REMINDED THAT YOUR END OF THIS YEAR’S JUNE GRADES WILL REFLECT YOUR ELIGIBILITY FOR NEXT FALL.  MAKE SURE YOU HAVE A 2.0 WITH NO MORE THAN ONE F.

 

Var Baseball vs Avenal
Dismiss: 2:13
Game: 4:00

 

Var Softball vs Avenal
Dismiss: 2:13
Game: 4:00

 

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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