Daily Bulletin

Daily Bulletin
Posted on 04/24/2017
Daily Bulletin

Falcon’s Nest Special for the week of April 24th is “BURGER BAR”.  Build your burger with cheese, bacon, onion rings, lettuce, tomato, pineapple, salsa, jalapenos, pickles and assorted sauces for $4.00 each.  Our themed salad bar is “AMERICANA”.  A large salad is $4.00 and small is $3.00.  Add a cup of diced chicken for $.50.

Come to IOT to make a light up speaker.  There will be free cookies!

Earth Week Information:  The Environmental, Spartan, and Eco Art clubs have organized Earth Week at SHS from April 22nd to April 29th.  Today is walk, bike or carpool day!  Tuesday is Improving Worldview Day where you can watch an inspiring documentary in Ms. Thomson’s room (1015).  Wednesday brings us Seeking Solutions Day and the Environmental Club’s speaker series of environmental professionals in the Library at 6:00 pm.  Thursday is Water Conservation Day in Ms. Cochrum’s room (1017) come join us and make posters to remind everyone how to conserve our most precious resource.  Friday learn about Plastic Pollution Awareness Day and join EcoArt’s activity in the Quad at lunch.  Saturday is carpooling to the San Jose Climate March. 

All students who registered for AP Exams should check their emails for important information as well as the schedule for the exams that begin next week on May 1st.  Remember you must report PROMPTLY at 7:45 am for morning exams and 12:30 pm for afternoon exams. If you are late, you might not be able to take your exam. Also be sure to bring #2 (NOT MECHANCIAL) pencils, and pens with blue or black ink, and appropriate calculators for exams that allow them. No food or drinks are allowed during the exams. If you have both a morning and afternoon exam on the same day be sure to bring food to eat between exams. You might not have enough time to go off campus for lunch. If you have any questions, see Mrs. Sheikh ASAP in the Guidance Office.

Seniors, your Volunteer logs and records are due to the Guidance Office by this Friday, April 28th if you want to receive recognition for completing 100 Community Service hours during your four years of high school. Log forms can be found on the Guidance web page under the College and Career Center tab and then the Community Service and Volunteer Opportunities link.

The Annual WACAC College Fair has over 170 college representatives available to speak with high school students. The Fair takes place on Thursday, May 4th from 6-8 pm at Mission College. For more information and to register go to www.wacac.org.