School Bulletin

          Monday, September 22, 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.      



Girls Tennis vs Brawley @ Brawley @ 3:15 pm.  Excuse @ 1:15 pm.  Leaving @ 1:30 pm. 

                                 GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENT

PSAT EXAMS:  Juniors can now pay and reserve the PSAT Exam at the ASB Office.  Cost is $14.00.  Exams are limited.  Fee waivers are no longer available.  Questions stop by the ASB Office.  This exam is open only to Juniors at this time. 

SENIOR PROOFS:  Senior Proofs are in, stop by the ASB Office during both lunches, before or after school to pick-up.  Do not come during class time as you will be turned away!  TODAY is the deadline to turn in your monies if you are buying pictures. (22)

GIRLS BASKETBALL:  Girls basketball will hold a meeting for all returning players and for any girls who are interested in trying out for the coming season. The meeting is TODAY immediately after school in room Q-89. The meeting will cover preseason conditioning dates, clearance packets and tryout dates for the coming season.   (22)

FUTURE HEALTH PROFESSIONALS:  Our 1st official HOSA meeting will be Tuesday, September 23rd from 3pm-4pm in the MPR. We will begin our HOSA: LEAD training. All members are requested to attend. See any HOSA officer or Mrs. Valadez if you have questions.  (22)

ART CLUB:  Meeting in room K-54 TODAY.  Members please pay registration to ASB and join us at 3:00 to 4:30 pm.  We will be painting a miniature landscape.   922)

BEST FRIENDS:  Tomorrow is buddy lunch.  (22)

ATTENTION STUDENTS:  See You @ the Pole.  Start the school year off right, come to Campus Life’s “See You @ the Flag Pole” event, Wednesday, September 24th starting @ 7:00 am before school at the Flagpole!   (22, 23, 24)

EAGLES TRAVEL CLUB:  There will be an informational parent meeting for all students interested in attending the tour to Costa Rica this coming summer, on Wednesday, September 24th at 6 pm in room I-49.  Any student interested in attending this tour is welcome to bring their parents to this meeting for more information.  (22, 23, 24)

ATTENTION STUDENTS:  All students who have interests in Anime, there will be a Soul Society Anime Club meeting in room F-31, Mr. Santana’s room on Friday, September 26th right after school.  The Soul Society Anime Club is for those of us who enjoy drawing, watching, and discussing Anime.  See Mr. Santana in room F-31 for details.  (22, 23, 24, 25, 26)

ATTENTION SENIORS:  Panoramic photo will take place at the SHS GYM Wednesday, September 24th.  All seniors report to the GYM by 12:30 pm.  Sign up at the ASB Office to be part of the "2015" outline, first come, first serve, this will be a white t-shirt, all other seniors will wear black.  Photo packets are available to purchase the Panoramic Photo.  Questions stop by the ASB Office.  (22, 23, 24)

IRON EAGLE CLUB:  Very important fundraising meeting Tuesday, September 23rd after school at 3:10 pm.  Mandatory attendance required to participate in the fundraising activity.  (22, 23)

ATTENTION EVERYONE:  Start out the year representing HOSA with a HOSA LEAD t-shirt.  Place your order at the ASB office by Friday, October 3rd at 3:30 pm.  Cost is $10 per t-shirt.   (22)  (25, 26, 29, 30)



ASB STICKERS:  Purchase an ASB sticker to get a huge discount to enter all athletic events. They are $30 at the ASB Office.  It will help you save over $150.


 1. Wendy’s High School Heisman Scholarship, deadline is October 3rd, award is $10,000.  Who should apply? Student-Athletes.  Apply at by October 3, 2014.

 2.  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

-          A United States Citizen

          Apply @