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Thursday, March 14, 2019

SENIORS – There is a class meeting TODAY during lunch in Mr. Winton’s room LA217.

Coming to you this Friday morning in the gym is the annual Career Tech Fair! Seniors, this is a fantastic opportunity to get info on amazing job training and careers to start right after high school. Juniors and sophomores, you can find summer jobs and internships there too!

Seniors, for example, you can do year-long apprenticeships in the building trades that pay $23 an hour starting out, with benefits, and up to $58 an hour after 5 years. Job Corps also has an incredible 2-year program where you're paid to learn and work while getting free housing, meals and benefits.

Or, you can take a few courses at COM or SRJC to get the skills for careers like auto repair, medical jobs, welding and more, and be practically guaranteed a well-paid job.

Marin Adult Education offers courses and services for undocumented students, too.

We’ll have music and a raffle where you might win a $10 gift card prize!

If your 1st  or 2nd  period class isn’t attending, ask your teacher for a pass or come at the beginning of lunch. See you there!

Applications for The College Dream Team college access program are due this week. We can accept only 3 more students at this time. Please return them to the Counseling office no later than 3pm on Friday 3/15.

San Rafael Federation of Teachers Scholarship

Seniors interested in going into the teaching profession after college are eligible for a $250 scholarship from the teachers at San Rafael High School.  You must submit a 500-word essay explaining why you want to be a teacher to Mr. Winton in LA 217 by Monday, April 15th to be eligible to win.  Please see Mr. Winton if you have any questions.

PENNIES FOR PATIENTS campaign is halfway over.  Mrs. Crome is in the lead with $43.18 .  There are 2 weeks left, keep bringing in the change. Every penny goes to support families with children with leukemia or lymphoma.

The CLASS OF 2019 will be selling PIZZA in front of the cafeteria after school at 2 pm on Friday. Help the Class of 2019 raise money for Grad Night and enjoy a delicious slice of pizza.

Hey SR! The student store has new sweatshirts designed by students. We have a range of sizes! Stop by to pick one up today.

ATTENTION WORLD TRAVELERS:  Go Dawg Go will be traveling to Asia during February Break of 2020.  Explore Thailand, Cambodia, and Vietnam with your classmates and make memories to last a lifetime.  Want to learn more?  See Madame Truett for more details. 

Calling all Eco-Adventurers!  Come with us to Costa Rica next February. We will explore waterfalls, volcanoes, and the rainforest, see monkeys, sloths, and tropical fish in their natural habitat, while practicing your Spanish and learning about biodiversity and sustainability. See Mr. Morales or Ms. Pikk for more details.

THE WEIGHT ROOM will be open at 6 am each morning for students or staff who would like to get their workout in early.

The 28th Annual Rising Stars high school show is going on until the end of March at Youth in Arts. All high schools in Marin County showcase student work. Come support your fellow SRHS friends!

DATE CHANGE: Our Cavalcade talent show date has been changed to Thursday, April 4th. We are still accepting new acts. This is the week before spring break. See Castle or Deamer to audition.

REMINDER TO SENIORS:  If you have schools that require mid-year reports and transcripts you must come to the counseling office to complete the “Transcript Request” form.


Need help in science? Science tutoring is available after school in Room SC106 every Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday. All subjects and questions welcome!

NEED A QUIET PLACE to get your HW done or study for your upcoming test? The Library is now open until 5pm on every Monday thru Thursday! All students are welcome to stay and quietly work on their homework!

ONE-ON-ONE PEER Tutoring is available during advisory and your free periods.

MATH teachers available before school and after school, Monday through Thursday in the library.

ENGLISH TUTORING - Mr. Bond and Ms. Hager offer reading room and homework tutorial in LA303 and LA304 Monday through Thursday for one hour, immediately after the bell.

FRENCH and SPANISH tutoring is available daily from 7 – 7:45 am in AD 315.


San Rafael Federation of Teachers Scholarship

Seniors interested in going into the teaching profession after college are eligible for a $250 scholarship from the teachers at San Rafael High School.  You must submit a 500-word essay explaining why you want to be a teacher to Mr. Winton in LA 217 by Monday, April 15th to be eligible to win.  Please see Mr. Winton if you have any questions.

Students interested in Attending the 1 day Job shadow to the Kaiser Permanente Health Forum please pick up an application in the CCC. This is great for students interested in healthcare professions of all kinds. Students will miss an entire day of school on March 22nd but it will be excused. Deadline to submit application to Ms. Nunez is TODAY no exceptions! Please contact Ms. Nunez if you have any questions.

The 2019 Career Tech Fair will be held Friday, March 15 from 8:30 - 11:45 a.m. in the main gym. This event will feature about 40 presenters from industries such as the building trades, recreation, conservation, healthcare, retail, personal care, government, and the military who you can talk to about summer jobs and post-high school careers. In addition, representatives from COM and SRJC will share info about certificate programs for well-paid jobs that require only a few semesters of community college coursework. Teachers will escort their classes to the Fair, and students who converse with at least 5 presenters will have their names entered for raffle prizes!

SENIORS, now that most of college applications deadlines have passed, please make sure to stop by the CCC to learn more about scholarships or simply check out the scholarship bulletin outside the CCC. If you haven't already done so, activate your portals from the schools that you have applied to. If you have any questions, please stop by to see Ms. Mazariegos.