SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T=A(T) W=B TH=A(A/T) F=B
SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2014
EVENTS IN HISTORY—on this day in 1939 - Nylon stockings go on sale for 1st time (Wilmington Delaware).
TODAY’S AND SATURDAY’S GAMES--Girls Volleyball vs San Marin @San Marin – 4:30pm JV; 5:30pm Varsity (JV early release 2:50pm) and Football vs MC @MC – 3:00pm Frosh (early release 1:30pm).
Saturday-Football vs Drake @Drake – 2pm Varsity. (Galli 10/22)
CREATE AND DONATE CLUB—Our first meeting will be held today at Lunch in LA219. Please come and join us. Snacks will be provided. (Winton 10/23-10/24)
MOCK TRIAL--Mock Trial practice will be held tonight from 7-9pm. in the San Rafael City Council Chambers located in City Hall. (Allen 10/24).
ANIME CLUB—meeting today in LA304 at Lunch. (Bond 10/24, 10/31, 11/7, 11/14)
FARMERS MARKET—is held every Friday after school! Bring 2 reusable bags and load up on dinner for Friday night, and breakfast, lunch and dinner for Saturday and Sunday. All SRHS students are welcome. (Bryant 10/23-10/24, 10/30-10/31)
CLUB FOOD DAY—Attention club presidents! Come to the ASB room (AR103) on Tuesday, October 28th to sign up for Club Food Day. Food sign-ups are on a first come, first serve basis, so get there quick for the best choice. (Walters 10/24-10/27)
DOES YOUR FAMILY HAVE GRADUATION GOWNS COLLECTING DUST IN CLOSETS FROM PAST GRADUATION CEREMONIES? If so, Davidson Middle School would like them. Please drop them off in Mrs. O’Connor’s office. Thanks!(O’Connor - 10/22-10/24)
ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS—Any student caught jaywalking will lose their off campus privileges for the rest of the semester. (Dennis 10/23-10/24)
ATTENTION YOUNG MEN!--10,000 Degrees wants to take you to San Jose University for their All Male Tour on October 27th. Applications are in the CCC and are due October 20th. (Nichols 10/23-10/24)
ATTENTION SENIORS--Some of our new students do not have a locker. If you are not using your locker and would like to give it to a new student, please see Ruth Graham in the Counseling Office. Thank you. (Graham 10/21-10/24)
ATTENTION ALL SENIORS--All Naviance passwords will be updated this Friday to match your current computer login. You will no longer be required to use last year’s login. Please make note of this as you are finalizing your autobiographical sketches. (Feldstein 10/22-10/24)
SOPHOMORES--who were in Ms. Berenson's English class last year should pick up your final projects this week if you want to keep them. Anything not claimed by Friday may be recycled. (Berenson 10/22-10/26)
THE AVID CLASS IS HAVING A T-SHIRT DRIVE IN OCTOBER--Bring used T-shirts to donate. You can drop them off in the library, counseling office and main office. We will collect until the end of the month. So bring as many as you can! (Keuhle 10/22-10/24, 10/28-10/30)
WALKER CREEK CABIN LEADERS ARE STILL NEEDED!--Still looking for one boy and one girl for next week. For the week of 11-4 through 11-7, we need: 2 girls and 8 boys. And for the week of 11-18 through 11-21, we need 6 boys (we have more girls than we need). (Nichols-10/20-10/24)
COLLEGE AND CAREER CENTER NOTICES
SENIOR ADVISORIES--SENIORS! Come get your applications done! Fill out your CSU, UC and private college applications: All workshops will be during Advisory in LA 213 Computer Lab Monday, Oct. 27, Wednesday, Oct. 29.. Get passes in CCC or Counseling to attend. Seniors: Bring Social Security number if you have one, the month and year you arrived in the US, and estimate of household income. Transcripts will be provided. (Nichols--10/23-24, 10/27-29)
SENIORS--Next Generation Scholars is hosting College Application workshops for low-income students at 1018 E St.! Complete the Common App, your College List and draft Personal Statement on Monday, October 27, from 4:00-7:00 p.m. Register with Ellis at Ellis@nextgenerationscholars.org or call 415-259-0900. (Nichols—10/23-24)
JUNIORS AND SENIORS--College Visits in the CCC--Mon., Oct. 27th, UC Santa Barbara @ Advisory, seniors priority and Wed., Oct. 29th, Whitman College @ Lunch. (Nichols—10/23-24, 10/27-29)
SAT OR ACT--which test should you take? Find out with a Free practice test offered at Dominican University by Kaplan Test Prep on Saturday, November 15 @ 9:00 a.m. Register: kaptest.com/whichtest. (Nichols--10/17, 10/20-24, 10-27-29)
SENIOR ADVISORIES--SENIORS! Come get your applications done! Fill out your CSU, UC and private college applications: All workshops will be during Advisory in LA 213 Computer Lab Tuesday, Oct. 21, Thursday, Oct. 23 and see attachment for seven more dates. Get passes in CCC or Counseling to attend. Seniors: Bring Social Security number if you have one, the month and year you arrived in the US, and estimate of household income. Transcripts will be provided. (Nichols--10/20-24)
COLLEGE APPLICATION WORKSHOPS--Tuesday, October 21 and Thursday, October 23. (Nichols--10/20-23).
COLLEGE VISITS--Visits happen at advisory and lunch: So bring your lunch and please come meet the reps who will read your college applications and essays. Find out about eligibility, majors, dorms, travel abroad, sports and clubs! Earn a "registered interest" point if you apply. Visits are open to all students, priority given to seniors, then juniors, but not to miss class. Teachers have final say if they will allow student to miss class period or tutorial. (Nichols--10/20-24, 10-27-29).
OCTOBER SCHEDULE FOR COLLEGE VISITS--Mon., Oct. 20th, University of Oregon @ Lunch Tues., Oct. 21st, UC Santa Cruz, seniors priority @ Advisory, ask for pass Wed., Oct. 22nd, University of Denver @ Brunch, seniors priority, with teacher permission to miss 15 minutes of class Wed., Oct. 22nd, Santa Clara University @ Lunch Thurs., Oct. 23rd, University of Southern California @ Advisory, ask for pass Fri., Oct. 24th, Johns Hopkins University @ Lunch, seniors priority Mon., Oct. 27th, UC Santa Barbara @ Advisory, seniors priority Wed., Oct. 29th, Whitman College @ Lunch. (Nichols--10/20-24, 10-27-29)
CHECK NAVIANCE FOR COLLEGE VISIT LISTINGS--and Scholarship websites, using old log in/passwords. (Nichols--10/20-24, 10-27-29)
Posted by: Nancy Segale