23
September

Thursday, September 24, 2020

“The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.”

 

  1. Students are NOT ALLOWED in the gym unless they have a PE Class. This means before school, in between classes and after school.  You may be in there after school if you are signed up and participating with Mr. McClurg in strength and conditioning.  If you have any questions, see Mr. McClurg.
  2. Seniors: Pasta is looking for someone to act as their Pasta rep this year.  This student(s) will help with advertising for fundraisers and helping to work at the fundraisers. Sometimes if there is more than one person interested, they will take more than one rep. It looks good on college applications and you usually end up getting a scholarship out of it.  If you are interested, write a letter saying why you are interested and why you would make a good Pasta Rep.  Letters are due TOMORROW, September 25th to the office.  If you have any questions, see Kristy in the office.
  3. Ladies: If you are interested in playing basketball this year, please sign up in the office.
  4. If you are a hunter and get a buck, Mr. O’Day can validate it for you. If you have any questions, see Mr. O’Day.
  5. Teachers: First Quarter Progress Report period ends tomorrow.  The portal will open Friday and close next Wednesday, September 30th at midnight.  If you have any questions, see Kristy.
  6. Seniors: Ms. Banke will be hosting a FSA ID workshop on Monday, October 5th in the library from 1:00 – 3:00. The FSA ID is what you will need in order to fill out the FAFSA October 20th.  There will be a sign up sheet in the office.  Please check your google classroom for more information from Ms. Banke.
  7. If you have a sports award or emblem that you did not pick up from last Winter or Spring sports, please get them from Mrs. Anderson.
  8. Picture day will be next Wednesday, September 30th. Lifetouch is going paperless this year so I will get you the information on how to order pictures as soon as I know.
  9. Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors: CSF confirmation letters went out yesterday.  If you think you qualify for CSF for last semester (Spring 2020), check your mail for your letter.  If you qualify, bring in your $5 dues to the office before October 1st.
  10. A list of students who haven’t turned their packets in is on the back.
  11. Any student athlete that is interested in strength or speed training see Coach McClurg to sign up for a time slot. These time slots will be for before and after school – your choice.  Only 14 student athletes per section.  First come first serve!!
  12. This year’s College and Career Expo will be held TONIGHT from 5:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. It will be ALL ONLINE!  Please visit the event website at https://hcoe.org/college-expo/ to find information about the virtual format, the list of college recruiters attending and the workshops available.  Also, on this website, is information on virtual Campus Weeks hosted by UCs, CSUs and Private Colleges.  These college weeks begin on September 14th,  so if you are interested, visit the website right away so you can sign up. If you have any questions or need more information see Ms. Banke or Kristy in the office.
  13. Seniors: Cash for College Workshop for FAFSA will be here on Tuesday, October 20th from 12:30 – 4:00 p.m. to help you fill out your financial aid forms. If you have any questions, see Mrs. Banke.  More information on what you will need to bring with you that day will be announced closer to the date.

 

First Day packets

 

Seniors:  Kana Bugbee, Baylee Johnston-Boldrini, and Bradley Zaugg

 

Juniors:  Alex Crawford, Itchel Lopez-Valverde

 

Sophomores:  Matthew Bertelsen, Arionna McPhillips, Josh Sanchez (1st page only) and Lilybeth Young(1st page only)

 

Freshmen:  Aris Martin and Miriam Munoz-Guerrero

23
September

Wednesday, September 23, 2020

“Spend time with people who bring out the best in you..not the stress in you.”

 

 

  1. Seniors: Pasta is looking for someone to act as their Pasta rep this year.  This student(s) will help with advertising for fundraisers and helping to work at the fundraisers. Sometimes if there is more than one person interested, they will take more than one rep. It looks good on college applications and you usually end up getting a scholarship out of it.  If you are interested, write a letter saying why you are interested and why you would make a good Pasta Rep.  Letters are due THIS Friday, September 25th to the office.  If you have any questions, see Kristy in the office.
  2. Ladies: If you are interested in playing basketball this year, please sign up in the office.
  3. If you are a hunter and get a buck, Mr. O’Day can validate it for you. If you have any questions, see Mr. O’Day.
  4. Teachers: First Quarter Progress Report period ends this Friday.  The portal will open Friday and close next Wednesday, September 30th at midnight.  If you have any questions, see Kristy.
  5. Seniors: Ms. Banke will be hosting a FSA ID workshop on Monday, October 5th in the library from 1:00 – 3:00. The FSA ID is what you will need in order to fill out the FAFSA October 20th.  There will be a sign up sheet in the office.  Please check your google classroom for more information from Ms. Banke.
  6. If you have a sports award or emblem that you did not pick up from last Winter or Spring sports, please get them from Mrs. Anderson.
  7. Picture day will be next Wednesday, September 30th. Lifetouch is going paperless this year so I will get you the information on how to order pictures as soon as I know.
  8. Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors: CSF confirmation letters went out yesterday.  If you think you qualify for CSF for last semester (Spring 2020), check your mail for your letter.  If you qualify, bring in your $5 dues to the office before October 1st.
  9. If you haven’t already turned in your pink sheet about the Student Handbook please get it in ASAP. You can put it in the trays across from the office.
  10. Please turn in your first day packets across from the office. If you have lost yours and need a new one, see Kristy in the office. Each grade has its own tray to put them in. If you have any questions, see Kristy in the office. A list of students who haven’t turned their packets in is on the back.
  11. Any student athlete that is interested in strength or speed training see Coach McClurg to sign up for a time slot. These time slots will be for before and after school – your choice.  Only 14 student athletes per section.  First come first serve!!
  12. This year’s College and Career Expo will be held TOMORROW, September 24th from 5:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. It will be ALL ONLINE!  Please visit the event website at https://hcoe.org/college-expo/ to find information about the virtual format, the list of college recruiters attending and the workshops available.  Also, on this website, is information on virtual Campus Weeks hosted by UCs, CSUs and Private Colleges.  These college weeks begin on September 14th,  so if you are interested, visit the website right away so you can sign up. If you have any questions or need more information see Ms. Banke or Kristy in the office.
  13. Seniors: Cash for College Workshop for FAFSA will be here on Tuesday, October 20th from 12:30 – 4:00 p.m. to help you fill out your financial aid forms. If you have any questions, see Mrs. Banke.  More information on what you will need to bring with you that day will be announced closer to the date.

 

First Day packets

 

Seniors:  Kana Bugbee, Baylee Johnston-Boldrini, Allison Seely and Bradley Zaugg

 

Juniors:  Alex Crawford, Itchel Lopez-Valverde

 

Sophomores:  Matthew Bertelsen, Arionna McPhillips, Josh Sanchez (1st page only) and Lilybeth Young(1st page only)

 

Freshmen:  Aris Martin and Miriam Munoz-Guerrero

21
September

Tuesday, September 22, 2020

“If opportunity doesn’t knock, build a door.”

 

 

  1. Ladies: If you are interested in playing basketball this year, please sign up in the office.
  2. If you are a hunter and get a buck, Mr. O’Day can validate it for you. If you have any questions, see Mr. O’Day.
  3. Teachers: First Quarter Progress Report period ends this Friday.  The portal will open Friday and close next Wednesday, September 30th at midnight.  If you have any questions, see Kristy.
  4. Seniors: Ms. Banke will be hosting a FSA ID workshop on Monday, October 5th in the library from 1:00 – 3:00. The FSA ID is what you will need in order to fill out the FAFSA October 20th.  There will be a sign up sheet in the office.  Please check your google classroom for more information from Ms. Banke.
  5. If you have a sports award or emblem that you did not pick up from last Winter or Spring sports, please get them from Mrs. Anderson.
  6. Picture day will be on Wednesday, September 30th. Lifetouch is going paperless this year so I will get you the information on how to order pictures as soon as I know.
  7. Seniors: Pasta is looking for someone to act as their Pasta rep this year.  This student(s) will help with advertising for fundraisers and helping to work at the fundraisers. Sometimes if there is more than one person interested, they will take more than one rep. It looks good on college applications and you usually end up getting a scholarship out of it.  If you are interested, write a letter saying why you are interested and why you would make a good Pasta Rep.  Letters are due THIS Friday, September 25th to the office.  If you have any questions, see Kristy in the office.
  8. Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors:  CSF confirmation letters went out yesterday.  If you think you qualify for CSF for last semester (Spring 2020), check your mail for your letter.  If you qualify, bring in your $5 dues to the office before October 1st.
  9. If you haven’t already turned in your pink sheet about the Student Handbook please get it in ASAP. You can put it in the trays across from the office.
  10. Please turn in your first day packets across from the office. If you have lost yours and need a new one, see Kristy in the office. Each grade has its own tray to put them in. If you have any questions, see Kristy in the office. A list of students who haven’t turned their packets in is on the back.
  11. Any student athlete that is interested in strength or speed training see Coach McClurg to sign up for a time slot. These time slots will be for before and after school – your choice.  Only 14 student athletes per section.  First come first serve!!
  12. This year’s College and Career Expo will be held THIS Thursday, September 24th from 5:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. It will be ALL ONLINE!  Please visit the event website at https://hcoe.org/college-expo/ to find information about the virtual format, the list of college recruiters attending and the workshops available.  Also, on this website, is information on virtual Campus Weeks hosted by UCs, CSUs and Private Colleges.  These college weeks begin on September 14th,  so if you are interested, visit the website right away so you can sign up. If you have any questions or need more information see Ms. Banke or Kristy in the office.
  13. Seniors: Cash for College Workshop for FAFSA will be here on Tuesday, October 20th from 12:30 – 4:00 p.m. to help you fill out your financial aid forms. If you have any questions, see Mrs. Banke.  More information on what you will need to bring with you that day will be announced closer to the date.
  14. Seniors: You can still buy and paint a parking space!! The applications are in the office.  The cost is $25.  $10 for the space and $15 for your ASB card.  If you have any questions see Mrs. Alexandre.

 

 

 

 

First Day packets

 

Seniors:  Kana Bugbee, Baylee Johnston-Boldrini, Joaquin Rodriguez, Allison Seely and Bradley Zaugg

 

Juniors:  Alex Crawford, Itchel Lopez-Valverde

 

Sophomores:  Matthew Bertelsen, Arionna McPhillips, Josh Sanchez (1st page only) and Lilybeth Young(1st page only)

 

Freshmen:  Aris Martin and Miriam Munoz-Guerrero

21
September

Monday, September 21, 2020

“When you can’t find the sunshine..be the sunshine.”

 

 

  1. If you are a hunter and get a buck, Mr. O’Day can validate it for you. If you have any questions, see Mr. O’Day.
  2. Teachers: First Quarter Progress Report period ends this Friday.  The portal will open Friday and close next Wednesday, September 30th at midnight.  If you have any questions, see Kristy.
  3. Seniors: Ms. Banke will be hosting a FSA ID workshop on Monday, October 5th in the library from 1:00 – 3:00. The FSA ID is what you will need in order to fill out the FAFSA October 20th.  There will be a sign up sheet in the office.  Please check your google classroom for more information from Ms. Banke.
  4. If you have a sports award or emblem that you did not pick up from last Winter or Spring sports, please get them from Mrs. Anderson.
  5. Picture day will be on Wednesday, September 30th. Lifetouch is going paperless this year so I will get you the information on how to order pictures as soon as I know.
  6. Seniors: Pasta is looking for someone to act as their Pasta rep this year.  This student(s) will help with advertising for fundraisers and helping to work at the fundraisers. Sometimes if there is more than one person interested, they will take more than one rep. It looks good on college applications and you usually end up getting a scholarship out of it.  If you are interested, write a letter saying why you are interested and why you would make a good Pasta Rep.  Letters are due on Friday, September 25th to the office.  If you have any questions, see Kristy in the office.
  7. Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors:  CSF confirmation letters went out yesterday.  If you think you qualify for CSF for last semester (Spring 2020), check your mail for your letter.  If you qualify, bring in your $5 dues to the office before October 1st.
  8. If you haven’t already turned in your pink sheet about the Student Handbook please get it in ASAP. You can put it in the trays across from the office.
  9. Please turn in your first day packets across from the office. If you have lost yours and need a new one, see Kristy in the office. Each grade has its own tray to put them in. If you have any questions, see Kristy in the office. Freshmen are winning!! A list of students who haven’t turned their packets in is on the back.
  10. Any student athlete that is interested in strength or speed training see Coach McClurg to sign up for a time slot. These time slots will be for before and after school – your choice.  Only 14 student athletes per section.  First come first serve!!
  11. This year’s College and Career Expo will be held on Thursday, September 24th from 5:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. It will be ALL ONLINE!  Please visit the event website at https://hcoe.org/college-expo/ to find information about the virtual format, the list of college recruiters attending and the workshops available.  Also, on this website, is information on virtual Campus Weeks hosted by UCs, CSUs and Private Colleges.  These college weeks begin on September 14th,  so if you are interested, visit the website right away so you can sign up. If you have any questions or need more information see Ms. Banke or Kristy in the office.
  12. Seniors: Cash for College Workshop for FAFSA will be here on Tuesday, October 20th from 12:30 – 4:00 p.m. to help you fill out your financial aid forms. If you have any questions, see Mrs. Banke.  More information on what you will need to bring with you that day will be announced closer to the date.
  13. Seniors: You can still buy and paint a parking space!! The applications are in the office.  The cost is $25.  $10 for the space and $15 for your ASB card.  If you have any questions see Mrs. Alexandre.

 

 

 

 

First Day packets

 

Seniors:  Kana Bugbee, Baylee Johnston-Boldrini, Joaquin Rodriguez, Allison Seely and Bradley Zaugg

 

Juniors:  RJ Allen, Alex Crawford, Itchel Lopez-Valverde

 

Sophomores:  Matthew Bertelsen, Arionna McPhillips, Josh Sanchez (1st page only) and Lilybeth Young(1st page only)

 

Freshmen:  Aris Martin and Miriam Munoz-Guerrero

17
September

Friday, September 18, 2020

“When you can’t find the sunshine..be the sunshine.”

 

 

  1. Seniors: Ms. Banke will be hosting a FSA ID workshop on Monday, October 5th in the library from 1:00 – 3:00. The FSA ID is what you will need in order to fill out the FAFSA October 20th.  There will be a sign up sheet in the office.  Please check your google classroom for more information from Ms. Banke.
  2. If you have a sports award or emblem that you did not pick up from last Winter or Spring sports, please get them from Mrs. Anderson.
  3. Picture day will be on Wednesday, September 30th. Lifetouch is going paperless this year so I will get you the information on how to order pictures as soon as I know.
  4. Seniors: Pasta is looking for someone to act as their Pasta rep this year.  This student(s) will help with advertising for fundraisers and helping to work at the fundraisers. Sometimes if there is more than one person interested, they will take more than one rep. It looks good on college applications and you usually end up getting a scholarship out of it.  If you are interested, write a letter saying why you are interested and why you would make a good Pasta Rep.  Letters are due on Friday, September 25th to the office.  If you have any questions, see Kristy in the office.
  5. Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors:  CSF confirmation letters went out yesterday.  If you think you qualify for CSF for last semester (Spring 2020), check your mail for your letter.  If you qualify, bring in your $5 dues to the office before October 1st.
  6. If you haven’t already turned in your pink sheet about the Student Handbook please get it in ASAP. You can put it in the trays across from the office.
  7. Please turn in your first day packets across from the office. If you have lost yours and need a new one, see Kristy in the office. Each grade has its own tray to put them in. If you have any questions, see Kristy in the office. Freshmen are winning!! A list of students who haven’t turned their packets in is on the back.
  8. Any student athlete that is interested in strength or speed training see Coach McClurg to sign up for a time slot. These time slots will be for before and after school – your choice.  Only 14 student athletes per section.  First come first serve!!
  9. This year’s College and Career Expo will be held on Thursday, September 24th from 5:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. It will be ALL ONLINE!  Please visit the event website at https://hcoe.org/college-expo/ to find information about the virtual format, the list of college recruiters attending and the workshops available.  Also, on this website, is information on virtual Campus Weeks hosted by UCs, CSUs and Private Colleges.  These college weeks begin on September 14th,  so if you are interested, visit the website right away so you can sign up. If you have any questions or need more information see Ms. Banke or Kristy in the office.
  10. Seniors: Cash for College Workshop for FAFSA will be here on Tuesday, October 20th from 12:30 – 4:00 p.m. to help you fill out your financial aid forms. If you have any questions, see Mrs. Banke.  More information on what you will need to bring with you that day will be announced closer to the date.
  11. Seniors: You can still buy and paint a parking space!! The applications are in the office.  The cost is $25.  $10 for the space and $15 for your ASB card.  If you have any questions see Mrs. Alexandre.

 

Sports:

 

Friday – Sunday, September 18th – 20th High School Rodeo District 1 @ MacArthur, CA

Friday – Sunday, September 18th – 20th High School Rodeo District 2 @ Orick

 

 

First Day packets

 

Seniors:  Kana Bugbee, Baylee Johnston-Boldrini, Joaquin Rodriguez, Allison Seely and Bradley Zaugg

 

Juniors:  RJ Allen, Alex Crawford, Itchel Lopez-Valverde

 

Sophomores:  Matthew Bertelsen, Arionna McPhillips, Josh Sanchez (1st page only) and Lilybeth Young(1st page only)

 

Freshmen:  Aris Martin and Miriam Munoz-Guerrero

16
September

Thursday, September 17, 2020

“Every day is a fresh start.”

 

  1. If you have a sports award or emblem that you did not pick up from last Winter or Spring sports, please get them from Mrs. Anderson.
  2. Picture day will be on Wednesday, September 30th. Lifetouch is going paperless this year so I will get you the information on how to order pictures as soon as I know.
  3. Seniors: Pasta is looking for someone to act as their Pasta rep this year.  This student(s) will help with advertising for fundraisers and helping to work at the fundraisers. Sometimes if there is more than one person interested, they will take more than one rep. It looks good on college applications and you usually end up getting a scholarship out of it.  If you are interested, write a letter saying why you are interested and why you would make a good Pasta Rep.  Letters are due on Friday, September 25th to the office.  If you have any questions, see Kristy in the office.
  4. Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors:  CSF confirmation letters went out yesterday.  If you think you qualify for CSF for last semester (Spring 2020), check your mail for your letter.  If you qualify, bring in your $5 dues to the office before October 1st.
  5. If you haven’t already turned in your pink sheet about the Student Handbook please get it in ASAP. You can put it in the trays across from the office.
  6. Please turn in your first day packets across from the office. If you have lost yours and need a new one, see Kristy in the office. Each grade has its own tray to put them in. If you have any questions, see Kristy in the office. Freshmen are winning!! A list of students who haven’t turned their packets in is on the back.
  7. Any student athlete that is interested in strength or speed training see Coach McClurg to sign up for a time slot. These time slots will be for before and after school – your choice.  Only 14 student athletes per section.  First come first serve!!
  8. This year’s College and Career Expo will be held on Thursday, September 24th from 5:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. It will be ALL ONLINE!  Please visit the event website at https://hcoe.org/college-expo/ to find information about the virtual format, the list of college recruiters attending and the workshops available.  Also, on this website, is information on virtual Campus Weeks hosted by UCs, CSUs and Private Colleges.  These college weeks begin on September 14th,  so if you are interested, visit the website right away so you can sign up. If you have any questions or need more information see Ms. Banke or Kristy in the office.
  9. Seniors: Cash for College Workshop for FAFSA will be here on Tuesday, October 20th from 12:30 – 4:00 p.m. to help you fill out your financial aid forms. If you have any questions, see Mrs. Banke.  More information on what you will need to bring with you that day will be announced closer to the date.
  10. Seniors: You can still buy and paint a parking space!! The applications are in the office.  The cost is $25.  $10 for the space and $15 for your ASB card.  If you have any questions see Mrs. Alexandre.

 

 

Sports:

 

Friday – Sunday, September 18th – 20th High School Rodeo District 1 @ MacArthur, CA

Friday – Sunday, September 18th – 20th High School Rodeo District 2 @ Orick

 

 

 

First Day packets

 

Seniors:  Kana Bugbee, Hope Clements, Baylee Johnston-Boldrini, Joaquin Rodriguez, Allison Seely and Bradley Zaugg

 

Juniors:  RJ Allen, Alex Crawford, Itchel Lopez-Valverde, Henry Zaragoza

 

Sophomores:  Matthew Bertelsen, Arionna McPhillips, Josh Sanchez (1st page only) and Lilybeth Young(1st page only)

 

Freshmen:  Aris Martin, Miriam Munoz-Guerrero and Elvia Zaragoza

15
September

Wednesday, September 16, 2020

“Ask yourself if what you are doing today is getting you closer to where you want to be tomorrow.”

 

  1. Picture day will be on Wednesday, September 30th. Lifetouch is going paperless this year so I will get you the information on how to order pictures as soon as I know.
  2. Seniors: Pasta is looking for someone to act as their Pasta rep this year.  This student(s) will help with advertising for fundraisers and helping to work at the fundraisers. Sometimes if there is more than one person interested, they will take more than one rep. It looks good on college applications and you usually end up getting a scholarship out of it.  If you are interested, write a letter saying why you are interested and why you would make a good Pasta Rep.  Letters are due on Friday, September 25th to the office.  If you have any questions, see Kristy in the office.
  3. Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors:  CSF confirmation letters went out yesterday.  If you think you qualify for CSF for last semester (Spring 2020), check your mail for your letter.  If you qualify, bring in your $5 dues to the office before October 1st.
  4. If you haven’t already turned in your pink sheet about the Student Handbook please get it in ASAP. You can put it in the trays across from the office.
  5. Please turn in your first day packets across from the office. If you have lost yours and need a new one, see Kristy in the office. Each grade has its own tray to put them in. If you have any questions, see Kristy in the office. Freshmen are winning!! A list of students who haven’t turned their packets in is on the back.
  6. Any student athlete that is interested in strength or speed training see Coach McClurg to sign up for a time slot. These time slots will be for before and after school – your choice.  Only 14 student athletes per section.  First come first serve!!
  7. This year’s College and Career Expo will be held on Thursday, September 24th from 5:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. It will be ALL ONLINE!  Please visit the event website at https://hcoe.org/college-expo/ to find information about the virtual format, the list of college recruiters attending and the workshops available.  Also, on this website, is information on virtual Campus Weeks hosted by UCs, CSUs and Private Colleges.  These college weeks begin on September 14th,  so if you are interested, visit the website right away so you can sign up. If you have any questions or need more information see Ms. Banke or Kristy in the office.
  8. Seniors: Cash for College Workshop for FAFSA will be here on Tuesday, October 20th from 12:30 – 4:00 p.m. to help you fill out your financial aid forms. If you have any questions, see Mrs. Banke.  More information on what you will need to bring with you that day will be announced closer to the date.
  9. Seniors: You can still buy and paint a parking space!! The applications are in the office.  The cost is $25.  $10 for the space and $15 for your ASB card.  If you have any questions see Mrs. Alexandre.

Sports:

 

Friday – Sunday, September 18th – 20th High School Rodeo District 1 @ MacArthur, CA

Friday – Sunday, September 18th – 20th High School Rodeo District 2 @ Orick

 

First Day packets

 

Seniors:  Abi Bowers, Kana Bugbee, Hope Clements, Baylee Johnston-Boldrini, Joaquin Rodriguez, Allison Seely and Bradley Zaugg

 

Juniors:  RJ Allen, Alex Crawford, Itchel Lopez-Valverde, Henry Zaragoza

 

Sophomores:  Matthew Bertelsen, Arionna McPhillips, Josh Sanchez (1st page) and Lilybeth Young(1st page only)

 

Freshmen:  Aris Martin, Miriam Munoz-Guerrero and Elvia Zaragoza

14
September

Tuesday, September 15, 2020

“It’s the little things that make a big difference.”

 

Happy birthday today to Giselle Tovar-Moreno

 

  1. Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors: CSF confirmation letters went out yesterday.  If you think you qualify for CSF for last semester (Spring 2020), check your mail for your letter.  If you qualify, bring in your $5 dues to the office before October 1st.
  2. If you haven’t already turned in your pink sheet about the Student Handbook please get it in ASAP. You can put it in the trays across from the office.
  3. Please turn in your first day packets across from the office. If you have lost yours and need a new one, see Kristy in the office. Each grade has its own tray to put them in. If you have any questions, see Kristy in the office. Freshmen are winning!! A list of students who haven’t turned their packets in is on the back.
  4. Seniors: The University of California System is doing virtual tours! Links will be on the high school Facebook page or you can see Ms. Banke for more information.  These events will provide information on admissions, campus highlights and programs & services.  These virtual tours are a great way to explore the different campuses!
  5. Any student athlete that is interested in strength or speed training see Coach McClurg to sign up for a time slot. These time slots will be for before and after school – your choice.  Only 14 student athletes per section.  First come first serve!!
  6. This year’s College and Career Expo will be held on Thursday, September 24th from 5:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. It will be ALL ONLINE!  Please visit the event website at https://hcoe.org/college-expo/ to find information about the virtual format, the list of college recruiters attending and the workshops available.  Also, on this website, is information on virtual Campus Weeks hosted by UCs, CSUs and Private Colleges.  These college weeks begin on September 14th,  so if you are interested, visit the website right away so you can sign up. If you have any questions or need more information see Ms. Banke or Kristy in the office.
  7. Seniors: Cash for College Workshop for FAFSA will be here on Tuesday, October 20th from 12:30 – 4:00 p.m. to help you fill out your financial aid forms. If you have any questions, see Mrs. Banke.  More information on what you will need to bring with you that day will be announced closer to the date.
  8. There are calendar planners in the office if anyone wants one. There are not enough to hand them out to the entire school so first come, first serve.  So if you would like one, see Kristy in the office.
  9. Seniors: If you want to buy and paint a parking space, the applications are in the office.  The cost is $25.  $10 for the space and $15 for your ASB card.  If you have any questions see Mrs. Alexandre.

 

Sports:

 

Friday – Sunday, September 18th – 20th High School Rodeo District 1 @ MacArthur, CA

Friday – Sunday, September 18th – 20th High School Rodeo District 2 @ Orick

 

 

First Day packets

 

Seniors:  Madi Beddow, Abi Bowers, Kana Bugbee, Hope Clements, Baylee Johnston-Boldrini, Joaquin Rodriguez, Allison Seely and Bradley Zaugg

 

Juniors:  RJ Allen, Alex Crawford, Itchel Lopez-Valverde, Gabby Riley, Henry Zaragoza

 

Sophomores:  Matthew Bertelsen, Arionna McPhillips, Vincent Melms, Josh Sanchez (1st page) and Lilybeth Young(1st page only)

 

Freshmen:  Cade Angelini, Betsy Catana Moreno, Alissa Grubbs, Aris Martin, Miriam Munoz-Guerrero and Elvia Zaragoza

11
September

Monday, September 14, 2020

“Not all storms come to disrupt your life, some come to clear your path.”

 

  1. Please turn in your first day packets across from the office. If you have lost your and need a new one, see Kristy in the office. Each grade has its own tray to put them in. If you have any questions, see Kristy in the office. Freshmen are winning!! A list of students who haven’t turned their packets in is on the back.
  2. Seniors: The University of California System is doing virtual tours! Links will be on the high school Facebook page or you can see Ms. Banke for more information.  These events will provide information on admissions, campus highlights and programs & services.  These virtual tours are a great way to explore the different campuses!
  3. Any student athlete that is interested in strength or speed training see Coach McClurg to sign up for a time slot. These time slots will be for before and after school – your choice.  Only 14 student athletes per section.  First come first serve!!
  4. This year’s College and Career Expo will be held on Thursday, September 24th from 5:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. It will be ALL ONLINE!  Please visit the event website at https://hcoe.org/college-expo/ to find information about the virtual format, the list of college recruiters attending and the workshops available.  Also, on this website, is information on virtual Campus Weeks hosted by UCs, CSUs and Private Colleges.  These college weeks begin on September 14th,  so if you are interested, visit the website right away so you can sign up. If you have any questions or need more information see Ms. Banke or Kristy in the office.
  5. Seniors: Cash for College Workshop for FAFSA will be here on Tuesday, October 20th from 12:30 – 4:00 p.m. to help you fill out your financial aid forms. If you have any questions, see Mrs. Banke.  More information on what you will need to bring with you that day will be announced closer to the date.
  6. There are calendar planners in the office if anyone wants one. There are not enough to hand them out to the entire school so first come, first serve.  So if you would like one, see Kristy in the office.
  7. Seniors: If you want to buy and paint a parking space, the applications are in the office.  The cost is $25.  $10 for the space and $15 for your ASB card.  If you have any questions see Mrs. Alexandre.

 

Sports:

 

Friday – Sunday, September 18th – 20th High School Rodeo District 1 @ MacArthur, CA

Friday – Sunday, September 18th – 20th High School Rodeo District 2 @ Orick

 

 

First Day packets

 

Seniors:  Madi Beddow, Abi Bowers, Lane Branstetter, Kana Bugbee, Hope Clements, Baylee Johnston-Boldrini, Joaquin Rodriguez, Allison Seely and Bradley Zaugg

 

Juniors:  RJ Allen, Alex Crawford, Itchel Lopez-Valverde, Gabby Riley, Henry Zaragoza

 

Sophomores:  Matthew Bertelsen, Arionna McPhillips, Vincent Melms, Josh Sanchez (1st page), Lilybeth Young(1st page only) and Braxten Zaugg

 

Freshmen:  Cade Angelini, Betsy Catana Moreno, Wyatt Currier, Alissa Grubbs, Aris Martin, Miriam Munoz-Guerrero and Elvia Zaragoza

10
September

Friday, September 11, 2020

“You didn’t come this far only to come this far.”

 

Happy birthday this Sunday, September 13th to Arianna Williams!

 

  1. Seniors: The University of California System is doing virtual tours! Links will be on the high school Facebook page or you can see Ms. Banke for more information.  These events will provide information on admissions, campus highlights and programs & services.  These virtual tours are a great way to explore the different campuses!
  2. Any student athlete that is interested in strength or speed training see Coach McClurg to sign up for a time slot. These time slots will be for before and after school – your choice.  Only 14 student athletes per section.  First come first serve!!
  3. This year’s College and Career Expo will be held on Thursday, September 24th from 5:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. It will be ALL ONLINE!  Please visit the event website at https://hcoe.org/college-expo/ to find information about the virtual format, the list of college recruiters attending and the workshops available.  Also, on this website, is information on virtual Campus Weeks hosted by UCs, CSUs and Private Colleges.  These college weeks begin on September 14th,  so if you are interested, visit the website right away so you can sign up. If you have any questions or need more information see Ms. Banke or Kristy in the office.
  4. Please turn in your first day packets across from the office. Each grade has its own tray to put them in.  If you have any questions, see Kristy in the office. Freshmen are winning!! A list of students who haven’t turned their packets in is on the back.
  5. Seniors: Cash for College Workshop for FAFSA will be here on Tuesday, October 20th from 12:30 – 4:00 p.m. to help you fill out your financial aid forms. If you have any questions, see Mrs. Banke.  More information on what you will need to bring with you that day will be announced closer to the date.
  6. There are calendar planners in the office if anyone wants one. There are not enough to hand them out to the entire school so first come, first serve.  So if you would like one, see Kristy in the office.
  7. Seniors: If you want to buy and paint a parking space, the applications are in the office.  The cost is $25.  $10 for the space and $15 for your ASB card.  If you have any questions see Mrs. Alexandre.

 

Sports:

 

Friday – Sunday, September 18th – 20th High School Rodeo District 1 @ MacArthur, CA

Friday – Sunday, September 18th – 20th High School Rodeo District 2 @ Orick

 

First Day packets

 

Seniors:  Madi Beddow, Abi Bowers, Lane Branstetter, Kana Bugbee, Jenner Christiansen, Hope Clements, Kai Hessler, Baylee Johnston-Boldrini, Javier Lopez, Joaquin Rodriguez, Allison Seely and Bradley Zaugg

 

Juniors:  RJ Allen, Alex Crawford, Itchel Lopez-Valverde, Gabby Riley, Henry Zaragoza

 

Sophomores:  Matthew Bertelsen, Arionna McPhillips, Vincent Melms, Josh Sanchez (1st page), Lilybeth Young and Braxten Zaugg

 

Freshmen:  Cade Angelini, Betsy Catana Moreno, Wyatt Currier, Alissa Grubbs, Aris Martin, Miriam Munoz-Guerrero and Elvia Zaragoza

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