School Bulletin

             Friday, October 24, 2014

STUDENT LUNCH:  Stop by ASB Office Windows and view the menu, since there is a variety of items.

                     TODAYS’ BREAKFAST:  Stop by ASB Windows and view the menu, since there is a variety of items.      



Varsity Football vs Palo Verde @ Southwest @ 7:00 pm.

Cross Country @ Mt. Sac Invite @ Walnut H.S @ 10:00 am.  Excuse all day. 

                                 GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENT

 HOMECOMING SPIRIT DAYS:  TODAY - is extreme purple and gold, you can stop by ASB and get some face paint! Have fun, try dressing up and show crazy and cool our school can be. 

WINTER SPORTS CLEARANCE:  Clearance for Winter Sports has begun.  If you are currently in a Fall Sport, you need to wait till your season is over, turn in your equipment then pick up a new Clearance Card for a Winter Sport.  You do not have to fill out a new Clearance Packet, just stop by the ASB Office and ask for a new Clearance Card for a Winter Sport.  If you have not fill out a Clearance Packet this year then stop by and pick one up at the ASB Office.  Practice for Winter Sports is Saturday, November 15th.  Questions see ASB.   

ATTN STUDENTS:  Our school has a great opportunity to participate in our State’s Election Mock Style On October 28th ALL STUDENTS will have the opportunity to vote for our Governor and important measures on the ballot. We will then compare our scores to the REAL elections the following Tuesday.  This is exciting - VOTE on October 28th and remind your parents to VOTE the following Tuesday!  Our school’s Mock Election  is brought to you by your AP US Government students and Fish, of course. (24, 27, 28)

AVID: AVID has implemented a new practice of recognizing an AVID advocate and an outstanding student once a month.  Mrs. Catherine Avila was selected for teacher of the month of October. The outstanding AVID students are Luisa Montoya 9thLizbeth Cruz 10th, Eileen Escobell 11th, Katia Plascencia 12th. Please congratulate them when you see them around campus.   (24)

MEXICAN/AMERICAN CLUB: Attention club members, car wash tickets are ready to be picked up. Come to room S-62 after school  TODAY and pick them up.  Thank you.  (24)

EAGLE CYCLING CLUB:  The cycling club will be having a meeting after school TODAY in room R-42 followed by a moderate ride.  Please see Mr. Price or Mr. Villagrana if you have any questions.  (24)

LINK CREW:  Meeting Friday, October 31st in the Amphi-theatre.  Make sure to wear your Link Crew shirt or you won’t be excused.

ART CLUB:  Art Club members come to room K-54 to see Mrs. Benavent to pick up flyers and tickets for the upcoming fund raiser, the Children’s Christmas Craft Workshop.  Monday meeting in room K-54 is important.  We will be making craft samples and prepping materials. Come get your tickets ASAP.  (24, 27)

LAW ENFORCEMENT CLUB:  It’s not too late to join the Law Enforcement Club.  We will meet in room E-25 Tuesday, October 28th.  New members welcome.  (24, 27, 28)

ATTENTION ALL SENIORS:  Purchase your senior t-shirt or hoodie at the ASB Office.  T-shirts are $12 and the hoodies are $25.  Deadline to buy is TODAY.   (24)

ATTN STUDENTS:  Students wishing to purchase a letterman jacket or sweater for Christmas need to have their orders placed no later than Friday, October 31st.  Information is available at the ASB Office or contact Balfour at 619-434-6855.  (24)

ATTN MIGRANT STUDENTS:  Are you interested in going to a university?  Simon Silva will be showing you the way at the annual Path to University Leadership Conference that is being held by the Migrant Regional Office.  The conference is TODAY. If you are interested, please stop by the Migrant Office.  (24)

SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP:  Horatio Alger Association Scholarship, deadline is October 25th, award is $22,000 and a possible additional $7,000.  Who should apply?  Students who exhibit integrity, academic promise and perseverance in overcoming personal adversity. They also had household earnings of $50,000, GPA of 2.0, see education as a way to a better future.  A commitment to pursue a bachelor’s degree at an accredited institution, involvement in co-curricular and community activities and a United States Citizen. Apply @  (24) 


KEY CLUB MEMBERS:  The regular meeting this week will be moved to Thursday, October 30th during both lunches in room D-17. Meanwhile, stop by and pick up your Trick or Treat Unicef box if you haven’t done so yet. For Questions, see Ms. Fierro in room D-17. 

ALL SENIORS:  The Financial Aid Parent/Student Informational Workshop will take place Wednesday, December 10th in the MPR, from 6:00pm.-8:00p.m.  I know this notice is early but please place it on your calendar and let your parents know about it.  Be sure I obtain your social security number need it to send your grade point average to the CSAC who is in charge of financial aid for the state of California.   If you have any questions please see Mrs. Munguia Mitchell.     


 1.  John S. Lyons Memorial Foundation, Deadline is January 30, 2015.  Award maximum is $5,000. Who should apply?  Seniors enrolled in a San Diego or Imperial County School whose parent or legal guardian is a member in good standing of ANY local labor union. Student must have a 3.0 or better GPA and participate in community and/ or extracurricular school activity. The application is available online under the COMMUNITY tab of the San Diego Trades website at: