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SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 2017

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR SENIORS!

HAVE A WONDERFUL SUMMER AND

WE’LL SEE YOU AGAIN ON AUGUST 24TH! FINALS SCHEDULE

THURSDAY,

JUNE 8

Final 8:00-10:15

1st Period

Brunch 10:15-10:30

Brunch

Final 10:35-12:50

2nd Period

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Published: 6/8/17




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TUESDAY, JUNE 7, 2017 FINALS SCHEDULE

WEDNESDAY,

JUNE 7

THURSDAY,

JUNE 8

Final 8:00-10:15

3rd Period

1st Period

Brunch 10:15-10:30

Brunch

Brunch

Final 10:35-12:50

4th Period

2nd Period

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Published: 6/7/17




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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 2017 FINALS SCHEDULE

WEDNESDAY,

JUNE 7

THURSDAY,

JUNE 8

Final 8:00-10:15

3rd Period

1st Period

Brunch 10:15-10:30

Brunch

Brunch

Final 10:35-12:50

4th Period

2nd Period

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Published: 6/7/17




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TUESDAY, JUNE 6, 2017 FINALS SCHEDULE

TUESDAY,

JUNE 6

WEDNESDAY,

JUNE 7

THURSDAY,

JUNE 8

Final 8:00-10:15

5th Period

3rd Period

1st Period

Brunch 10:15-10:30

Brunch

Brunch

Brunch

Final 10:35-12:50

6th Period

4th Period

2nd Period

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Published: 6/6/17




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MONDAY, JUNE 5, 2017

SCHEDULE FOR MONDAY, JUNE 5TH-MINIMUM A DAY AND FINAL-- Period 0:

7:00 – 7:55

Period 1

8:00 – 9:30

Brunch:

9:30 – 9:45

Period 2:

9:50 – 11:20

Period 3:

11:25 – 12:50

Lunch

12:50 - 1:30

Finals

1:35 - 3:35

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Published: 6/5/17




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=HOLIDAY T= A(T) W=B T= A(A/T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 2017

THE LAST FARMERS MARKET OF THE YEAR—will be held today after school! Bring 2 reusable bags and load up on dinner for Friday night, and breakfast, lunch and dinner for Saturday and Sunday. Be kind to your hardworking parents because this can equal food worth $50-$100 dollars a month. All SRHS students are welcome. (Bryant 6/2)

YOU ARE INVITED TO THE SENIOR PLAY--this Saturday, June 3rd at 7:30. They are presenting a group of acts created by seniors and friends. This is their last drama performance at SR, so join us for some fun. There is no charge. (Deamer 6/1-6/2)

SCHEDULE FOR MONDAY, JUNE 5TH-MINIMUM A DAY AND FINAL-- Period 0:

7:00 – 7:55

Period 1

8:00 – 9:30

Brunch:

9:30 – 9:45

Period 2:

9:50 – 11:20

Period 3:

11:25 – 12:50

Lunch

12:50 - 1:30

Finals

1:35 - 3:35

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Published: 6/2/17




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=HOLIDAY T= A(T) W=B T= A(A/T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 2017

ARE YOU INTERESTED IN STUDYING NURSING AS A MAJOR IN COLLEGE?--Come to the Nursing Programs Info Session today during advisory or lunch in the CCC to learn about admission into the highly competitive nursing programs at the CSUs and private colleges. A sophomore in the nursing program at US will also be there to share her experience and answer your questions. Sign up in advance in the CCC in room AD241, or email Ms. Leary at kleary@srcs.org. (Leary 6/1)

ALL STUDENTS INTERESTED IN PLAYING BOYS SOCCER NEXT YEAR--please attend an informational meeting today in GP104 right after school. Come learn about summer plans and important information about next year! (De La Rosa 6/1)

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. Be kind to your hardworking parents because this can equal food worth $50-$100 dollars a month. All SRHS students are welcome. (Bryant 6/2-last one)

HONORS OR AP MATH CLASS STUDENTS--Any students taking an honors or AP math class next year who did not receive their summer assignment from their math teacher already can pick them up at lunch or right after any final exam in T121. (Gonazalez 6/1)

ALL STUDENTS SIGNED UP FOR AP US HISTORY--need to come and pick up the summer assignment from Mr. Allen in LA219. (Allen 5/30-6/2)

FEBRUARY BREAK 2018 SERVICE TRIP TO BAHIA, ECUADOR. --Join Ms. Pikkarainen, Mr. Morales, and Ms. Kalish as we do reforestation work in Coastal Ecuador with local students. See the mangroves, camp on the beach, and make new friends from here and there. See your science teacher for information. (Kalish 5/19-6/2)

SENIORS--Graduation tickets requests are due today in the Principal’s Conference room with Ms. Rodriguez. Get them in ASAP if you would like to request that additional ticket. They will be awarded on a first come first serve basis! (Rodriguez 5/17-6/1)

HATS ON DAY—This Friday bring a dollar to T121 and get a sticker so you can wear a hat all day on Friday, June 2nd. All money donated goes to buy hats for kids who lose their hair due to chemotherapy. Your dollar can make a child smile! (Gonzalez 5/30-6/2)

SENIORS--Graduation rehearsal is mandatory. It will be after final exams on Wednesday June 7th in Gym 1. Please get your book bills paid and sports uniforms turned in to be able to get your graduation tickets at rehearsal. (Rodriguez 5/17-6/7)

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SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

WEDNESDAY, MAY 31, 2017

INTERACT CLUB— Interested in Volunteer opportunities? Come to the Interact Club today at lunch in S106. (Kalish )

STAND UP TO CANCER CLUB—is meeting at Lunch today in LA219. (Allan)

YEARBOOKS—there is a limited amount of yearbooks for sale in the Student Store today at Lunch. (McKenna 5/31)

ALL STUDENTS SIGNED UP FOR AP US HISTORY--need to come and pick up the summer assignment from Mr. Allen in LA219. (Allen 5/30-6/2)

FEBRUARY BREAK 2018 SERVICE TRIP TO BAHIA, ECUADOR. --Join Ms. Pikkarainen, Mr. Morales, and Ms. Kalish as we do reforestation work in Coastal Ecuador with local students. See the mangroves, camp on the beach, and make new friends from here and there. See your science teacher for information. (Kalish 5/19-6/2)

CAP AND GOWN DITRIBUTION--Jostens will be on campus today to distribute cap and gowns pre-orders only during brunch and lunch. (McKenna 5/24-5/31)

GRADUATION SPEAKERS--We are looking for 2 or 3 seniors to welcome our parents and friends in English, Spanish, or any other language you might now. And 2 keynote speakers. Auditions will be held today. See Ms. Rodriguez if you have any questions. (Rodriguez 5/23-5/31)

SENIORS--Graduation tickets requests are due June 1st in the Principal’s Conference room with Ms. Rodriguez. Get them in ASAP if you would like to request that additional ticket. They will be awarded on a first come first serve basis! (Rodriguez 5/17-6/1)

HATS ON DAY—This Friday bring a dollar to T121 and get a sticker so you can wear a hat all day on Friday, June 2nd. All money donated goes to buy hats for kids who lose their hair due to chemotherapy. Your dollar can make a child smile! (Gonzalez 5/30-6/2)

SENIORS--Graduation rehearsal is mandatory. It will be after final exams on Wednesday June 7th in Gym 1. Please get your book bills paid and sports uniforms turned in to be able to get your graduation tickets at rehearsal. (Rodriguez 5/17-6/7

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Published: 5/31/17




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=HOLIDAY T= A(T) W=B T= A(A/T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

TUESDAY, MAY 30, 2017

ECO-ACTION CLUB--meeting today at lunch in S106. Come help change the world, one action at a time. (Kalish 5/30)

GSA-THE GENDER AND SEXUALITY ALLIANCE--Come to our meeting today in SC102 at Lunch. (Sloneker, 5/30)

YEARBOOKS ARE HERE!--Pre-ordered yearbooks distributed in the Quad today during Lunch. A limited amount of yearbooks for sale in the Student Store on Tuesday at Lunch. (McKenna 5/25-5/26)

THE VERY LAST HIKE FOR HIKING CLUB--is happening today. Please sign up beforehand in the CCC. We are going to either Tennessee Valley or Kirby Cove. Don't miss out! (Fernandez, 5/25-5/30).

ALL GIRLS INTERESTED IN PARTICIPATING IN THE SUMMER BASKETBALL PROGRAM--please come to a meeting at lunch in the Gym today. Everyone welcome. (Healy 5/30)

FEBRUARY BREAK 2018 SERVICE TRIP TO BAHIA, ECUADOR. --Join Ms. Pikkarainen, Mr. Morales, and Ms. Kalish as we do reforestation work in Coastal Ecuador with local students. See the mangroves, camp on the beach, and make new friends from here and there. See your science teacher for information. (Kalish 5/19-6/2)

CAP AND GOWN DITRIBUTION--Jostens will be on campus on Wednesday, May 31st to distribute cap and gowns pre-orders only during brunch and lunch. (McKenna 5/24-5/31)

GRADUATION SPEAKERS--We are looking for 2 or 3 seniors to welcome our parents and friends in English, Spanish, or any other language you might now. And 2 keynote speakers. Auditions will be held on May 31st. See Ms. Rodriguez if you have any questions. (Rodriguez 5/23-5/31)

SENIORS--Graduation tickets requests are due June 1st in the Principal’s Conference room with Ms. Rodriguez. Get them in ASAP if you would like to request that additional ticket. They will be awarded on a first come first serve basis! (Rodriguez 5/17-6/1)

HATS ON DAY—This Friday bring a dollar to T121 and get a sticker so you can wear a hat all day on Friday, June 2nd. All money donated goes to buy hats for kids who lose their hair due to chemotherapy. Your dollar can make a child smile! (Gonzalez 5/30-6/2)

SENIORS--Graduation rehearsal is mandatory. It will be after final exams on Wednesday June 7th in Gym 1. Please get your book bills paid and sports uniforms turned in to be able to get your graduation tickets at rehearsal. (Rodriguez 5/17-6/7

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FRIDAY, MAY 26, 2017

YEARBOOKS ARE HERE!--Pre-ordered yearbooks distributed in the Quad today during Lunch. A limited amount of yearbooks for sale in the Student Store on Tuesday at Lunch. (McKenna 5/25-5/26)

ATTENTION ALL CURRENT SOPHOMORES TAKING JUNIOR AP ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND COMPOSITION NEXT YEAR--Come to a brief meeting at the beginning of lunch today in Mr. Bond’s room, LA304, for the summer assignment. (Bond 5/25-5/26)

FARMERS MARKET—is held today after school! Bring 2 reusable bags and load up on dinner for Friday night, and breakfast, lunch and dinner for Saturday and Sunday. Be kind to your hardworking parents because this can equal food worth $50-$100 dollars a month. All SRHS students are welcome. (Bryant 5/18-5/19, 5/25-5/26)

HAVE ALL THOSE SPRING SHOWERS GOT YOUR CAR LOOKING DULL AND DINGY?--Let the SRHS Cheerleaders bring its sparkle back this Sunday from 12-4 pm! Get your car washed for just $10 and pick up some yummy treats at the bake sale! All proceeds benefit the National Champion SRHS Cheerleading Program. Hope to see you there! (Hoch 5/25-5/26)

ALL LIBRARY BOOKS are due back in the library by Friday, May 26th. English Department books are due back during Finals week. Seniors must turn in their books prior to graduation. (Sanborn 5/19-5/26)

THE SR STAFF vs. STUDENT BASKETBALL GAME--is today at Lunch. (Walters 5/8-5/20)

THE MARIN COUNTY ATHLETIC LEAGUE HONORED THE FOLLOWING SR ATHLETES WITH ALL-LEAGUE SELECTIONS--Baseball:Angelo Zorn 1st Team as an Infielder, Angelo Zorn 2nd Team as a Pitcher and Gabe Yetnikoff Honorable Mention. Men’s Golf-Nick Besson 2nd Team and Sid Leipsic Honorable Mention. Men’s Lacrosse-Christian Duro Honorable Mention. Men’s Tennis-Nick Tanaka 1st Team, Wyatt Anderson 2nd Team and Alex Miller Honorable Mention. Softball-Ella Moreira-Gerlach 2nd Team and Ellie Bauer – MCAL Pitcher of the Year. In addition:SR’s Munir Kabbara has qualified in both the 1600 and 3200 and will move on to the Meet of Champions. (Galli 5/26)

LINK CREW LEADERS WANTED!--We are looking for up to 75 of this year’s juniors (next year’s seniors), and sophomores (next year’s juniors) to "Link" to the incoming freshman class for the 2017-18 school year. Applications are available in the Principal’s Office with Ms. Rodriguez and are due back today. Please see Ms. Rodriguez if you have any questions. (Rodriguez 5/18-5/26)

FEBRUARY BREAK 2018 SERVICE TRIP TO BAHIA, ECUADOR. --Join Ms. Pikkarainen, Mr. Morales, and Ms. Kalish as we do reforestation work in Coastal Ecuador with local students. See the mangroves, camp on the beach, and make new friends from here and there. See your science teacher for information. (Kalish 5/19-6/2)

CAP AND GOWN DITRIBUTION--Jostens will be on campus on Wednesday, May 31st to distribute cap and gowns pre-orders only during brunch and lunch. (McKenna 5/24-5/31)

GRADUATION SPEAKERS--We are looking for 2 or 3 seniors to welcome our parents and friends in English, Spanish, or any other language you might now. And 2 keynote speakers. Auditions will be held on May 31st. See Ms. Rodriguez if you have any questions. (Rodriguez 5/23-5/31)

SENIORS--Graduation tickets requests are due June 1st in the Principal’s Conference room with Ms. Rodriguez. Get them in ASAP if you would like to request that additional ticket. They will be awarded on a first come first serve basis! (Rodriguez 5/17-6/1)

SENIORS--Graduation rehearsal is mandatory. It will be after final exams on Wednesday June 7th in Gym 1. Please get your book bills paid and sports uniforms turned in to be able to get your graduation tickets at rehearsal. (Rodriguez 5/17-6/7

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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T= A(T) W=B T= A(A/T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 2017

INTERACT CLUB— Interested in Volunteer opportunities? Come to the Interact Club Wednesday at lunch in S106. (Kalish 5/23-5/24, 5/30-5/31)

INTERACT CLUB— Interested in Volunteer opportunities? Come to the Interact Club Wednesday at lunch in S106. (Kalish 5/30-5/31)

STAND UP TO CANCER CLUB—is meeting at Lunch today in LA219. (Allan 5/24, 5/31)

ANYONE INTERESTED IN SR ATHLETICS FOR NEXT YEAR--should come and attend the 3rd annual Athletic Information Night tonight at 6:30 PM. Also tonight at 5:00 PM the groundbreaking for Miller Field will taking place in the stadium. Come one come all! (Galli 5/24)

THE MARIN COUNTY ATHLETIC LEAGUE--named SR’s Ellie Bauer as the Pitcher-of-the-Year for Softball. Way to GO Ellie! (Galli 5/24-5/25)

SENIORS--order your beautiful fresh flower leis for $26 to wear at Graduation! This is the only accessory allowed and must be purchased in advance. Order forms available with Mr. Allen in LA 2019. Orders are due by today. (Allen 5/23-5/25)

SAFE AND SOBER GRAD NIGHT—Last day to sign up will be today. Applications are available in LA219 or on line. Price is $5 (check or cash). (Allen 5/22-5/25)

INTERESTED IN JOINING CROSS COUNTRY THIS FALL?--Come to a meeting at lunch on Thursday, 5/25 in LA 201 to learn more. Everyone is welcome! (Verheecke 5/23-5/25)

OUR ANNUAL ONE ACT COMEDY PRESENTATION--by the drama classes. There will be four short plays. Join us at 7:30 in the Hayes Theatre. There is no charge. That's this Thursday, May 25th at 7:30. There is no charge, so join us for some fun. (Deamer 5/22-5/24)

ALL LIBRARY BOOKS are due back in the library by Friday, May 26th. English Department books are due back during Finals week. Seniors must turn in their books prior to graduation. (Sanborn 5/19-5/26)

JUNIORS AND SENIORS—If you are interested in taking on the SR staff in a basketball game, sign up now in front of the Student Store. The game is on Friday, May 26th at Lunch. (Walters 5/8-5/20)

SPRING BREAK 2018 SERVICE TRIP TO BAHIA, ECUADOR. --Join Ms. Pikkarainen, Mr. Morales, and Ms. Kalish as we do reforestation work in Coastal Ecuador with local students. See the mangroves, camp on the beach, and make new friends from here and there. See your science teacher for information. (Kalish 5/19-6/2)

HERE IS THE LIST OF OUR FINAL STUDENTS-OF-THE-MONTH FOR THIS SCHOOL YEARFreshmen-Hudson Gong, Maxwell Jackson, Ingrid Martinez andKatia Quintero. Sophomores-

Zach Hatch, Phillip Hauser, Katie Linnenkohl andVanessa Vaquero. Juniors-Giorvi Alvarez, Luz Bustamante,

Justin Williams and Thalia Zacarias. Seniors-Fernanda Burciaga, Eli Stewart, Nick Tanaka, Natalie Tejeda,

Morgan Thomas and Javier Vicuña. (Truett 5/22-5/24)

LINK CREW LEADERS WANTED!--We are looking for up to 75 of this year’s juniors (next year’s seniors), and sophomores (next year’s juniors) to "Link" to the incoming freshman class for the 2017-18 school year. Applications are available in the Principal’s Office with Ms. Rodriguez and are due back by May 26th. Please see Ms. Rodriguez if you have any questions. (Rodriguez 5/18-5/26)

CAP AND GOWN DITRIBUTION--Jostens will be on campus on Wednesday, May 31st to distribute cap and gowns pre-orders only during brunch and lunch. (McKenna 5/24-5/31)

SENIORS--Due date for the Application for Graduation Speakers has been extended until Thursday, May 18th. Please hand into the Principal’s Office. We are looking for 2 or 3 seniors to welcome our parents and friends in English, Spanish, or any other language you might now. And 2 keynote speakers. Auditions will be held on May 31st. See Ms. Rodriguez if you have any questions. (Rodriguez 5/23-5/25)

SENIORS--Graduation tickets requests are due June 1st in the Principal’s Conference room with Ms. Rodriguez. Get them in asap if you would like to request that additional ticket. They will be awarded on a first come first serve basis! (Rodriguez 5/17-6/1)

SENIORS--Graduation rehearsal is mandatory. It will be after final exams on Wednesday June 7th in Gym 1. Please get your book bills paid and sports uniforms turned in to be able to get your graduation tickets at rehearsal. (Rodriguez 5/17-6/7)

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Published: 5/24/17




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T= A(T) W=B T= A(A/T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

THURSDAY, MAY 25, 2017

YEARBOOKS ARE HERE!--Pre-ordered yearbooks distributed in the Quad this Friday, May 26th during Lunch. A limited amount of yearbooks for sale in the Student Store. (McKenna 5/25-5/26)

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. Be kind to your hardworking parents because this can equal food worth $50-$100 dollars a month. All SRHS students are welcome. (Bryant 5/18-5/19, 5/25-5/26)

HAVE ALL THOSE SPRING SHOWERS GOT YOUR CAR LOOKING DULL AND DINGY?--Let the SRHS Cheerleaders bring its sparkle back this Sunday from 12-4 pm! Get your car washed for just $10 and pick up some yummy treats at the bake sale! All proceeds benefit the National Champion SRHS Cheerleading Program. Hope to see you there! (Hoch 5/25-5/26)

SENIORS--order your beautiful fresh flower leis for $26 to wear at Graduation! This is the only accessory allowed and must be purchased in advance. Order forms available with Mr. Allen in LA 2019. Orders are due by today. (Allen 5/23-5/25)

SAFE AND SOBER GRAD NIGHT—Last day to sign up will be today. Applications are available in Student Student or on line. Price is $5 (check or cash). Please turn them into the Student Store. (Allen 5/22-5/25)

INTERESTED IN JOINING CROSS COUNTRY THIS FALL?--Come to a meeting at lunch today in LA 201 to learn more. Everyone is welcome! (Verheecke 5/23-5/25)

OUR ANNUAL ONE ACT COMEDY PRESENTATION--by the drama classes. There will be four short plays. Join us at 7:30 in the Hayes Theatre. There is no charge. That's tonight at 7:30. There is no charge, so join us for some fun. (Deamer 5/22-5/24)

ALL LIBRARY BOOKS are due back in the library by Friday, May 26th. English Department books are due back during Finals week. Seniors must turn in their books prior to graduation. (Sanborn 5/19-5/26)

JUNIORS AND SENIORS—If you are interested in taking on the SR staff in a basketball game, sign up now in front of the Student Store. The game is on Friday, May 26th at Lunch. (Walters 5/8-5/20)

LINK CREW LEADERS WANTED!--We are looking for up to 75 of this year’s juniors (next year’s seniors), and sophomores (next year’s juniors) to "Link" to the incoming freshman class for the 2017-18 school year. Applications are available in the Principal’s Office with Ms. Rodriguez and are due back by May 26th. Please see Ms. Rodriguez if you have any questions. (Rodriguez 5/18-5/26)

SPRING BREAK 2018 SERVICE TRIP TO BAHIA, ECUADOR. --Join Ms. Pikkarainen, Mr. Morales, and Ms. Kalish as we do reforestation work in Coastal Ecuador with local students. See the mangroves, camp on the beach, and make new friends from here and there. See your science teacher for information. (Kalish 5/19-6/2)

CAP AND GOWN DITRIBUTION--Jostens will be on campus on Wednesday, May 31st to distribute cap and gowns pre-orders only during brunch and lunch. (McKenna 5/24-5/31)

THE MARIN COUNTY ATHLETIC LEAGUE--named SR’s Ellie Bauer as the Pitcher-of-the-Year for Softball. Way to GO Ellie! (Galli 5/24-5/25)

SENIORS--Due date for the Application for Graduation Speakers has been extended. Please hand into the Principal’s Office. We are looking for 2 or 3 seniors to welcome our parents and friends in English, Spanish, or any other language you might now. And 2 keynote speakers. Auditions will be held on May 31st. See Ms. Rodriguez if you have any questions. (Rodriguez 5/23-5/25)

SENIORS--Graduation tickets requests are due June 1st in the Principal’s Conference room with Ms. Rodriguez. Get them in ASAP if you would like to request that additional ticket. They will be awarded on a first come first serve basis! (Rodriguez 5/17-6/1)

SENIORS--Graduation rehearsal is mandatory. It will be after final exams on Wednesday June 7th in Gym 1. Please get your book bills paid and sports uniforms turned in to be able to get your graduation tickets at rehearsal. (Rodriguez 5/17-6/7)

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Published: 5/24/17




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T= A(T) W=B T= A(A/T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

TUESDAY, MAY 23, 2017

ECO-ACTION CLUB--meeting today at lunch in S106. Come help change the world, one action at a time. (Kalish 5/22-5/23, 5/30)

GSA-THE GENDER AND SEXUALITY ALLIANCE--Come to our meeting today in SC102 at Lunch. (Sloneker 5/23, 5/30)

INTERACT CLUB— Interested in Volunteer opportunities? Come to the Interact Club Wednesday at lunch in S106. (Kalish 5/23-5/24, 5/30-5/31)

THE DIAMOND DOGS--made the NCS playoffs as the #15 seed and will play todayat #2 Analy High School in Sebastopol at 5:00pm. We would love to see the support of our fans and student body and have a RED WAVE roll through Analy High. Go Dogs!!! (Detwiler 5/23)

CONGRATS--to some of our Diamond Dogs MCAL All-League team! Gabe Yetnikoff won MCAL All-League Honorable Mention for Infield and Angelo Zorn won MCAL All-League 1st team Infield AND 2nd team Pitcher honors. Congrats to these young men for their hard work between the lines and in the classroom! Go Dogs!!! (Detwiler 5/23-5/24)

JOHNIE LEE FAIN--is signing her Letter of Intent to attend Villanova University and play Water Polo on Tuesday, May 23, 2017. The event begins with a celebration luncheon at 12:30 PM in the Principal’s Conference Room followed by a formal signing in the Library. Way to Go Johnie Lee! (Galli 5/23-5/24)

AP EUROPEAN HISTORY--All freshmen enrolled in AP European History for next year must come to a mandatory meeting today at lunch in LA 217. (Winton 5/18-5/23)

SENIORS--order your beautiful fresh flower leis for $26 to wear at Graduation! This is the only accessory allowed and must be purchased in advance. Order forms available with Mr. Allen in LA 2019. Orders are due by Thursday, May 25. (Allen 5/23-5/25)

SAFE AND SOBER GRAD NIGHT—Last day to sign up will be on Thursday, May 25th. Applications are available in LA219 or on line. Price is $5 (check or cash). (Allen 5/22-5/25)

LIP DUB—This Thursday, May 25th is the 3rd annual Lip Dub. Don’t for get to dress up in red and white or SR gear. Remember to be safe and act appropriately. Make posters for your class, club, or sport! Show your spirit and Go Dawgs! (Cortez 5/19-5/25)

INTERESTED IN JOINING CROSS COUNTRY THIS FALL?--Come to a meeting at lunch on Thursday, 5/25 in LA 201 to learn more. Everyone is welcome! (Verheecke 5/23-5/25)

OUR ANNUAL ONE ACT COMEDY PRESENTATION--by the drama classes. There will be four short plays. Join us at 7:30 in the Hayes Theatre. There is no charge. That's this Thursday, May 25th at 7:30. (Deamer 5/22-5/24)

ALL LIBRARY BOOKS are due back in the library by Friday, May 26th. English Department books are due back during Finals week. Seniors must turn in their books prior to graduation. (Sanborn 5/19-5/26)

JUNIORS AND SENIORS—If you are interested in taking on the SR staff in a basketball game, sign up now in front of the Student Store. The game is on Friday, May 26th at Lunch. (Walters 5/8-5/20)

SPRING BREAK 2018 SERVICE TRIP TO BAHIA, ECUADOR. --Join Ms. Pikkarainen, Mr. Morales, and Ms. Kalish as we do reforestation work in Coastal Ecuador with local students. See the mangroves, camp on the beach, and make new friends from here and there. See your science teacher for information. (Kalish 5/19-6/2)

HERE IS THE LIST OF OUR FINAL STUDENTS-OF-THE-MONTH FOR THIS SCHOOL YEARFreshmen-Hudson Gong, Maxwell Jackson, Ingrid Martinez andKatia Quintero. Sophomores-

Zach Hatch, Phillip Hauser, Katie Linnenkohl andVanessa Vaquero. Juniors-Giorvi Alvarez, Luz Bustamante,

Justin Williams and Thalia Zacarias. Seniors-Fernanda Burciaga, Eli Stewart, Nick Tanaka, Natalie Tejeda,

Morgan Thomas and Javier Vicuña. (Truett 5/22-5/24)

YOU ARE INVITED--to an evening of one act comedy by first and second period drama classes.

It's on Thursday, May 25th at 7:30. There is no charge, so join us for some fun. Deamer 5/17-5/19)

LINK CREW LEADERS WANTED!--We are looking for up to 75 of this year’s juniors (next year’s seniors), and sophomores (next year’s juniors) to "Link" to the incoming freshman class for the 2017-18 school year. Applications are available in the Principal’s Office with Ms. Rodriguez and are due back by May 26th. Please see Ms. Rodriguez if you have any questions. (Rodriguez 5/18-5/26)

CAP AND GOWN DITRIBUTION--Jostens will be on campus on Wednesday, May 31st to distribute cap and gowns pre-orders only during brunch and lunch. (McKenna 5/24-5/31)

SENIORS--Due date for the Application for Graduation Speakers has been extended until Thursday, May 18th. Please hand into the Principal’s Office. We are looking for 2 or 3 seniors to welcome our parents and friends in English, Spanish, or any other language you might now. And 2 keynote speakers. Auditions will be held on May 31st. See Ms. Rodriguez if you have any questions. (Rodriguez 5/23-5/25)

SENIORS--Graduation tickets requests are due June 1st in the Principal’s Conference room with Ms. Rodriguez. Get them in asap if you would like to request that additional ticket. They will be awarded on a first come first serve basis! (Rodriguez 5/17-6/1)

SENIORS--Graduation rehearsal is mandatory. It will be after final exams on Wednesday June 7th in Gym 1. Please get your book bills paid and sports uniforms turned in to be able to get your graduation tickets at rehearsal. (Rodriguez 5/17-6/7)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 5/23/17




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T= A(T) W=B T= A(A/T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

MONDAY, MAY 22, 2017

ECO-ACTION CLUB--meeting Tuesdays at lunch in S106. Come help change the world, one action at a time. (Kalish 5/22-5/23, 5/30)

AP EUROPEAN HISTORY--All freshmen enrolled in AP European History for next year must come to a mandatory meeting on Tuesday, May 23rd at lunch in LA 217. (Winton 5/18-5/23)

SAFE AND SOBER GRAD NIGHT—Last day to sign up will be on Thursday, May 25th. Applications are available in LA219 or on line. Price is $5 (check or cash). (Allen 5/22-5/25)

LIP DUB—This Thursday, May 25th is the 3rd annual Lip Dub. Don’t for get to dress up in red and white or SR gear. Remember to be safe and act appropriately. Make posters for your class, club, or sport! Show your spirit and Go Dawgs! (Cortez 5/19-5/25)

OUR ANNUAL ONE ACT COMEDY PRESENTATION--by the drama classes. There will be four short plays. Join us at 7:30 in the Hayes Theatre. There is no charge. That's this Thursday, May 25th at 7:30. (Deamer 5/22-5/24)

ALL LIBRARY BOOKS are due back in the library by Friday, May 26th. English Department books are due back during Finals week. Seniors must turn in their books prior to graduation. (Sanborn 5/19-5/26)

SPRING BREAK 2018 SERVICE TRIP TO BAHIA, ECUADOR. --Join Ms. Pikkarainen, Mr. Morales, and Ms. Kalish as we do reforestation work in Coastal Ecuador with local students. See the mangroves, camp on the beach, and make new friends from here and there. See your science teacher for information. (Kalish 5/19-6/2)

HERE IS THE LIST OF OUR FINAL STUDENTS-OF-THE-MONTH FOR THIS SCHOOL YEARFreshmen-Hudson Gong, Maxwell Jackson, Ingrid Martinez andKatia Quintero. Sophomores-

Zach Hatch, Phillip Hauser, Katie Linnenkohl andVanessa Vaquero. Juniors-Giorvi Alvarez, Luz Bustamante,

Justin Williams and Thalia Zacarias. Seniors-Fernanda Burciaga, Eli Stewart, Nick Tanaka, Natalie Tejeda,

Morgan Thomas and Javier Vicuña. (Truett 5/22-5/24)

YOU ARE INVITED--to an evening of one act comedy by first and second period drama classes.

It's next week on Thursday, May 25th at 7:30. There is no charge, so join us for some fun. Deamer 5/17-5/19)

LINK CREW LEADERS WANTED!--We are looking for up to 75 of this year’s juniors (next year’s seniors), and sophomores (next year’s juniors) to "Link" to the incoming freshman class for the 2017-18 school year. Applications are available in the Principal’s Office with Ms. Rodriguez and are due back by May 26th. Please see Ms. Rodriguez if you have any questions. (Rodriguez 5/18-5/26)

JUNIORS AND SENIORS—If you are interested in taking on the SR staff in a basketball game, sign up now in front of the Student Store. The game is on Friday, May 26th at Lunch. (Walters 5/8-5/20)

CAP AND GOWN DITRIBUTION--Jostens will be on campus on Wednesday, May 31st to distribute cap and gowns pre-orders only during brunch and lunch. (McKenna 5/24-5/31)

SENIORS--Graduation tickets requests are due June 1st in the Principal’s Conference room with Ms. Rodriguez. Get them in asap if you would like to request that additional ticket. They will be awarded on a first come first serve basis! (Rodriguez 5/17-6/1)

SENIORS--Graduation rehearsal is mandatory. It will be after final exams on Wednesday June 7th in Gym 1. Please get your book bills paid and sports uniforms turned in to be able to get your graduation tickets at rehearsal. (Rodriguez 5/17-6/7

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 5/22/17




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(T) T=B W=A(A/T) T=B F=SEE BELOW

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

FRIDAY, MAY 19, 2017

TODAY’S AND SATURDAY’S GAMES--Swim State Championship CIF Meet @Fresno and

MCAL and NCS playoffs TBD. Saturday--Track @NCS Redwood Empire meet. (Galli 5/19)

FARMERS MARKET—is held every Friday after school! (Bryant 5/18-5/19, 5/25-5/26)

SPECIAL A DAY SCHEDULE FOR TODAY:

Period 0 8:30 – 9:30

Brunch 9:35 – 9:50

Period 1 9:55 – 11:30

Lunch 11:30 – 12:10

Period 2 12:15 – 1:50

Period 3 1:55 – 3:30 (Administration 5/16-5/19)

AGENA COVER ART CONTEST—is finalizing this week. They are due to Mrs. Yi are due today, good luck to all artists! (Yi 5/15-5/19)

JUNIOR CLASS—Hey SR? Do you like shaved ice? Kona Shaved Ice is coming to SR today after school from 3:30-4:15. Prices are posted around school, so come out and support the Junior class! (Healy 5/18-5/19)

SENIORS--Applications for Graduation Speakers are due today in the Principal’s Office. We are looking for 2 or 3 seniors to welcome our parents and friends in English, Spanish, or any other language you might now. And 2 keynote speakers. Auditions will be held on May 31st. See Ms. Rodriguez if you have any questions. (Rodriguez 5/17-5/19)

TRACH AND FIELD--have several members who are moving on to NCS Redwood Empire meet! Congratulations to the following: Munir Kabbara in the 1600m and 3200m, Maggie O'Dell in the 200m, Jesus Parra in the Discus and Jack Sondheim in the 200m. Come support these Dawgs in NCS at Redwood High school on Saturday! (Verheecke 5/15-5/19)

CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP REMINDER--In order for you to have membership status this semester you must complete at least 5 hours of community service. Your community service hours are due today. No exceptions. (Ayoob 5/4-5/19)

SOPHOMORE STUDENTS AND UP--Kids Club Program is looking for summer volunteers. Some positions are paid, this is a great opportunity to work with elementary school aged kids! Applications are in the CCC and are due today. (Fernandez 4/25-5/19)

SENIORS--Reminder that these scholarships have deadlines coming up! Applications are in the CCC. Bike Dawgs Scholarship - today and Santa Rosa JC Doyle Scholarship - June 8th (Fernandez, 5/12-5/19)

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED--The Coleman International Festival and Car Show is on Saturday, May 20th and needs student volunteers! Give back to your community and earn your service hours. See Ms. Healy if you can volunteer at this fun and local event. (Healy 5/15-5/19)

RESTORATION TRIP--on Saturday we will be back by 1:00 (I know it is Prom). See Kalish to sign up. (Kalish 5/15-5/19)

AP EUROPEAN HISTORY--All freshmen enrolled in AP European History for next year must come to a mandatory meeting on Tuesday, May 23rd at lunch in LA 217. (Winton 5/18-5/23)

LIP DUB—This Thursday, May 25th is the 3rd annual Lip Dub. Don’t for get to dress up in red and white or SR gear. Remember to be safe and act appropriately. Make posters for your class, club, or sport! Show your spirit and Go Dawgs! (Cortez 5/19-5/25)

ALL LIBRARY BOOKS are due back in the library by Friday, May 26th. English Department books are due back during Finals week. (Sanborn 5/19-5/26)

SPRING BREAK 2018 SERVICE TRIP TO BAHIA, ECUADOR. --Join Ms. Pikkarainen, Mr. Morales, and Ms. Kalish as we do reforestation work in Coastal Ecuador with local students. See the mangroves, camp on the beach, and make new friends from here and there. See your science teacher for information. (Kalish 5/19-6/2)

YOU ARE INVITED--to an evening of one act comedy by first and second period drama classes.

It's next week on Thursday, May 25th at 7:30. There is no charge, so join us for some fun. Deamer 5/17-5/19)

LINK CREW LEADERS WANTED!--We are looking for up to 75 of this year’s juniors (next year’s seniors), and sophomores (next year’s juniors) to "Link" to the incoming freshman class for the 2017-18 school year. Applications are available in the Principal’s Office with Ms. Rodriguez and are due back by May 26th. Please see Ms. Rodriguez if you have any questions. (Rodriguez 5/18-5/26)

JUNIORS AND SENIORS—If you are interested in taking on the SR staff in a basketball game, sign up now in front of the Student Store. The game is on Friday, May 26th at Lunch. (Walters 5/8-5/20)

CAP AND GOWN DITRIBUTION--Jostens will be on campus on Wednesday, May 31st to distribute cap and gowns pre-orders only during brunch and lunch. (McKenna 5/24-5/31)

SENIORS--Graduation tickets requests are due June 1st in the Principal’s Conference room with Ms. Rodriguez. Get them in asap if you would like to request that additional ticket. They will be awarded on a first come first serve basis! (Rodriguez 5/17-6/1)

SENIORS--Graduation rehearsal is mandatory. It will be after final exams on Wednesday June 7th in Gym 1. Please get your book bills paid and sports uniforms turned in to be able to get your graduation tickets at rehearsal. (Rodriguez 5/17-6/7)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 5/19/17




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(T) T=B W=A(A/T) T=B F=SEE BELOW

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

THURSDAY, MAY 18, 2017

TODAY’S GAMES--MCAL and NCS playoffs TBD. (Galli 5/18)

FARMERS MARKET—is held every Friday after school! (Bryant 5/18-5/19, 5/25-5/26)

A HUGE CONGRATULATIONS to sophomore Coco Berkenfield who became the first women in the history of SR Swimming to qualify for the State Swim Meet with Friday and Saturday in Fresno! (Galli 5/17-5/18)

CONGRATULATIONS--to the SR Track athletes who qualified for the NCS Redwood Empire Track Meet this weekend: Munir Kabbara in both the 1600m and the 3200m, Maggie O’Dell in the 200m, Jesus Para in the Discus and Jack Sondheim in the 200m. (Galli 5/17-5/18)

ATTENTION WORLD TRAVELERS--Haven't signed up yet for the Paris/Normandy/London trip during Spring Break next year? Want to know more before signing up? Come to our final informational meeting of the school year during lunch today, in room AD300. Now is the time to enroll... Don't miss out! (Truett 5/11-5/18)

PROM TICKETS—Are still on sale until tomorrow during brunch and lunch in the Student Store. Partial scholarships are available. Please see Ms. McKenna. (McKenna 5/12-5/18)

AGENA COVER ART CONTEST—is finalizing this week. They are due to Mrs. Yi before Friday, May 19th, good luck to all artists! (Yi 5/15-5/19)

JUNIOR CLASS—Hey SR? Do you like shaved ice? Kona Shaved Ice is coming to SR on Friday, May 19th after school from 3:30-4:15. Prices are posted around school, so come out and support the Junior class! (Healy 5/18-5/19)

SENIORS--Applications for Graduation Speakers are due this Friday, May 19th in the Principal’s Office. We are looking for 2 or 3 seniors to welcome our parents and friends in English, Spanish, or any other language you might now. And 2 keynote speakers. Auditions will be held on May 31st. See Ms. Rodriguez if you have any questions. (Rodriguez 5/17-5/19)

TRACH AND FIELD--have several members who are moving on to NCS Redwood Empire meet! Congratulations to the following: Munir Kabbara in the 1600m and 3200m, Maggie O'Dell in the 200m, Jesus Parra in the Discus and Jack Sondheim in the 200m. Come support these Dawgs in NCS at Redwood High school on Saturday! (Verheecke 5/15-5/19)

SENIORS BREAKFAST--is next week, Friday, May 19th. RSVPs are due today in the principal's office with Ms. Rodriguez. Get it in ASAP. (Rodriguez 5/15-5/19)

SENIOR BREAKFAST AND CHANGE TO BELL SCHEDULE FRIDAY, MAY 19TH--May 19th has been scheduled for our annual Senior Breakfast at San Rafael Joe’s. The below schedule modifies the "A Day" schedule by starting classes for all students at 9:55am and ending at 3:30pm. There is no change to the number of instructional minutes.

SPECIAL A DAY SCHEDULE FOR FRIDAY, MAY 19TH:

Period 0 8:30 – 9:30

Brunch 9:35 – 9:50

Period 1 9:55 – 11:30

Lunch 11:30 – 12:10

Period 2 12:15 – 1:50

Period 3 1:55 – 3:30 (Administration 5/16-5/19)

CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP REMINDER--In order for you to have membership status this semester you must complete at least 5 hours of community service. Your community service hours are due Friday, May 19th. No exceptions. (Ayoob 5/4-5/19)

SOPHOMORE STUDENTS AND UP--Kids Club Program is looking for summer volunteers. Some positions are paid, this is a great opportunity to work with elementary school aged kids! Applications are in the CCC and are due Friday, May 19. (Fernandez 4/25-5/19)

SENIORS--Reminder that these scholarships have deadlines coming up! Applications are in the CCC. Bike Dawgs Scholarship - May 19th and Santa Rosa JC Doyle Scholarship - June 8th (Fernandez, 5/12-5/19)

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED--The Coleman International Festival and Car Show is on Saturday, May 20th and needs student volunteers! Give back to your community and earn your service hours. See Ms. Healy if you can volunteer at this fun and local event. (Healy 5/15-5/19)

RESTORATION TRIP--on Saturday we will be back by 1:00 (I know it is Prom). See Kalish to sign up. (Kalish 5/15-5/19)

AP EUROPEAN HISTORY--All freshmen enrolled in AP European History for next year must come to a mandatory meeting on Tuesday, May 23rd at lunch in LA 217. (Winton 5/18-5/23)

YOU ARE INVITED--to an evening of one act comedy by first and second period drama classes.

It's next week on Thursday, May 25th at 7:30. There is no charge, so join us for some fun. Deamer 5/17-5/19)

LINK CREW LEADERS WANTED!--We are looking for up to 75 of this year’s juniors (next year’s seniors), and sophomores (next year’s

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 5/18/17




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(T) T=B W=A(A/T) T=B F=SEE BELOW

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 2017

TODAY’S GAMES--MCAL and NCS playoffs TBD. (Galli 5/17)

STAND UP TO CANCER CLUB—is meeting at Lunch today in LA219. (Allan 5/17, 5/24, 5/31)

INTERACT CLUB— Interested in Volunteer opportunities? Come to the Interact Club today at lunch in S106. (Kalish 5/16-5/17, 5/23-5/24, 5/30-5/31)

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 LA217 by today to be eligible to win. Please see Mr. Winton if you have any questions. (Winton 5-8-5/17)

BANYAN CLASSES—are trying to help the homeless. There are boxes around the school where you can donate. Two boxes are in LA200 and another is in the Counseling office. Anything will help? Food, blankets, hygiene, clothes, socks, etc. will be accepted until today’s deadline. (Kuehle 5/15-5/17)

A HUGE CONGRATULATIONS to sophomore Coco Berkenfield who became the first women in the history of SR Swimming to qualify for the State Swim Meet with Friday and Saturday in Fresno! (Galli 5/17-5/18)

CONGRATULATIONS--to the SR Track athletes who qualified for the NCS Redwood Empire Track Meet this weekend: Munir Kabbara in both the 1600m and the 3200m, Maggie O’Dell in the 200m, Jesus Para in the Discus and Jack Sondheim in the 200m. (Galli 5/17-5/18)

ATTENTION WORLD TRAVELERS--Haven't signed up yet for the Paris/Normandy/London trip during Spring Break next year? Want to know more before signing up? Come to our final informational meeting of the school year during lunch on Thursday, May 18th, in room AD300. Now is the time to enroll... Don't miss out! (Truett 5/11-5/18)

PROM TICKETS—Are still on sale until Thursday, May 18th during brunch and lunch in the Student Store. Partial scholarships are available. Please see Ms. McKenna. (McKenna 5/12-5/18)

YOU ARE INVITED--to an evening of one act comedy by first and second period drama classes.

It's next week on Thursday, May 25th at 7:30. There is no charge, so join us for some fun. Deamer 5/17-5/19)

AGENA COVER ART CONTEST—is finalizing this week. They are due to Mrs. Yi before Friday, May 19th, good luck to all artists! (Yi 5/15-5/19)

SENIORS--Applications for Graduation Speakers are due this Friday, May 19th in the Principal’s Office. We are looking for 2 or 3 seniors to welcome our parents and friends in English, Spanish, or any other language you might now. And 2 keynote speakers. Auditions will be held on May 31st. See Ms. Rodriguez if you have any questions. (Rodriguez 5/17-5/19)

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED--The Coleman International Festival and Car Show is on Saturday, May 20th and

needs student volunteers! Give back to your community and earn your service hours. See Ms. Healy if you can volunteer at this fun and local event. (Healy 5/15-5/19)

TRACH AND FIELD--have several members who are moving on to NCS Redwood Empire meet! Congratulations to the following: Munir Kabbara in the 1600m and 3200m, Maggie O'Dell in the 200m, Jesus Parra in the Discus and Jack Sondheim in the 200m. Come support these Dawgs in NCS at Redwood High school on Saturday! (Verheecke 5/15-5/19)

SENIORS BREAKFAST--is next week, Friday, May 19th. RSVPs are due today in the principal's office with Ms. Rodriguez. Get it in ASAP. (Rodriguez 5/15-5/19)

SENIOR BREAKFAST AND CHANGE TO BELL SCHEDULE FRIDAY, MAY 19TH--May 19th has been scheduled for our annual Senior Breakfast at San Rafael Joe’s. The below schedule modifies the "A Day" schedule by starting classes for all students at 9:55am and ending at 3:30pm. There is no change to the number of instructional minutes.

SPECIAL A DAY SCHEDULE FOR FRIDAY, MAY 19TH:

Period 0 8:30 – 9:30

Brunch 9:35 – 9:50

Period 1 9:55 – 11:30

Lunch 11:30 – 12:10

Period 2 12:15 – 1:50

Period 3 1:55 – 3:30 (Administration 5/16-5/19)

RESTORATION TRIP--on Saturday we will be back by 1:00 (I know it is Prom). See Kalish to sign up. (Kalish 5/15-5/19)

CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP REMINDER--In order for you to have membership status this semester you must complete at least 5 hours of community service. Your community service hours are due Friday, May 19th. No exceptions. (Ayoob 5/4-5/19)

SENIORS--Reminder that these scholarships have deadlines coming up! Applications are in the CCC. San Rafael Federation of Teachers Scholarship - May 17th, Bike Dawgs Scholarship - May 19th and Santa Rosa JC Doyle Scholarship - June 8th (Fernandez, 5/12-5/19)

SOPHOMORE STUDENTS AND UP--Kids Club Program is looking for summer volunteers. Some positions are paid, this is a great opportunity to work with elementary school aged kids! Applications are in the CCC and are due Friday, May 19. (Fernandez 4/25-5/19)

JUNIORS AND SENIORS—If you are interested in taking on the SR staff in a basketball game, sign up now in front of the Student Store. The game is on Friday, May 26th at Lunch. (Walters 5/8-5/20)

CAP AND GOWN DITRIBUTION--Jostens will be on campus on Wednesday, May 31st to distribute cap and gowns pre-orders only during brunch and lunch. (McKenna 5/24-5/31)

SENIORS--Graduation tickets requests are due June 1st in the Principal’s Conference room with Ms. Rodriguez. Get them in asap if you would like to request that additional ticket. They will be awarded on a first come first serve basis! (Rodriguez 5/17-6/1)

SENIORS--Graduation rehearsal is mandatory. It will be after final exams on Wednesday June 7th in Gym 1. Please get your book bills paid and sports uniforms turned in to be able to get your graduation tickets at rehearsal. (Rodriguez 5/17-6/7)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 5/17/17




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(T) T=B W=A(A/T) T=B F=SEE BELOW

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

TUESDAY, MAY 16, 2017

5/16 TODAY’S GAMES--Boys Varsity Baseball vs Redwood; MCAL playoff @Redwood; 4:30p (Early Release 3p) and Softball vs MC; MCAL playoff @COM, 4:30p (Early Release 3p). (Galli 5/16)

ECO-ACTION CLUB--meeting today at lunch in S106. Come help change the world, one action at a time. (Kalish 5/8-5/9, 5/15-5/16, 5/22-5/23, 5/30)

GSA-THE GENDER AND SEXUALITY ALLIANCE--Come to our meeting today in SC102 at Lunch. (Sloneker 4/25, 5/2, 5/9, 5/16, 5/23, 5/30)

INTERACT CLUB— Interested in Volunteer opportunities? Come to the Interact Club Wednesday at lunch in S106. (Kalish 5/16-5/17, 5/23-5/24, 5/30-5/31)

PLAYOFF GAMES--The SR Women’s Softball squad qualified for both the MCAL and NCS playoffs. The team’s first round MCAL game today against MC with MC as the host at 4:30 PM. The site is to be determined. The Varsity Baseball Team also qualified for both the MCAL and NCS playoffs for the first time since 2005. Their first round MCAL contest is scheduled for today vs. Redwood at Redwood at 4:30 PM. When the team advances to the next round the games will be played at Albert Park but it is an MCAL League Event not an SR event. Be advised that MCAL ticket prices are in effect for both Baseball and Softball: $7 – Adults, $4 – Students and $4 – Seniors. Let us all go and support the DAWGS! (Galli 5/15-5/16)

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 LA217 by Wednesday, May 17th to be eligible to win. Please see Mr. Winton if you have any questions. (Winton 5-8-5/17)

BANYAN CLASSES—are trying to help the homeless. There are boxes around the school where you can donate. Two boxes are in LA200 and another is in the Counseling office. Anything will help? Food, blankets, hygiene, clothes, socks, etc. will be accepted until the Wednesday, May 17th deadline. (Kuehle 5/15-5/17)

ATTENTION WORLD TRAVELERS--Haven't signed up yet for the Paris/Normandy/London trip during Spring Break next year? Want to know more before signing up? Come to our final informational meeting of the school year during lunch on Thursday, May 18th, in room AD300. Now is the time to enroll... Don't miss out! (Truett 5/11-5/18)

PROM TICKETS—Are still on sale until Thursday, May 18th during brunch and lunch in the Student Store. Partial scholarships are available. Please see Ms. McKenna. (McKenna 5/12-5/18)

AGENA COVER ART CONTEST—is finalizing this week. They are due to Mrs. Yi before Friday, May 19th, good luck to all artists! (Yi 5/15-5/19) VOLUNTEERS NEEDED--The Coleman International Festival and Car Show is on Saturday, May 20th and needs student volunteers! Give back to your community and earn your service hours. See Ms. Healy if you can volunteer at this fun and local event. (Healy 5/15-5/19)

TRACH AND FIELD--have several members who are moving on to NCS Redwood Empire meet! Congratulations to the following: Munir Kabbara in the 1600m and 3200m, Maggie O'Dell in the 200m, Jesus Parra in the Discus

And Jack Sondheim in the 200m. Come support these Dawgs in NCS at Redwood High school on Saturday!. (Verheecke 5/15-5/19)

SENIORS BREAKFAST--is next week, Friday, May 19th. RSVPs are due today in the principal's office with Ms. Rodriguez. Get it in ASAP. (Rodriguez 5/15-5/19)

SENIOR BREAKFAST AND CHANGE TO BELL SCHEDULE FRIDAY, MAY 19TH--May 19th has been scheduled for our annual Senior Breakfast at San Rafael Joe’s. The below schedule modifies the "A Day" schedule by starting classes for all students at 9:55am and ending at 3:30pm. There is no change to the number of instructional minutes.

SPECIAL A DAY SCHEDULE:

Period 0 8:30 – 9:30

Brunch 9:35 – 9:50

Period 1 9:55 – 11:30

Lunch 11:30 – 12:10

Period 2 12:15 – 1:50

Period 3 1:55 – 3:30 (Administration 5/16-5/19)

RESTORATION TRIP--on Saturday we will be back by 1:00 (I know it is Prom). See Kalish to sign up. (Kalish 5/15-5/19)

SENIORS--Here are some upcoming scholarships along with deadlines-- Bike Dawgs scholarship due May 19th and finally the SRJC Doyle and Doyle Trustee Scholarship have reopened due June 8th. All of this info is in the CCC, Naviance, and scholarship board. (Fernandez 4/26-6/8)

CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP REMINDER--In order for you to have membership status this semester you must complete at least 5 hours of community service. Your community service hours are due Friday, May 19th. No exceptions. (Ayoob 5/4-5/19)

SENIORS--Reminder that these scholarships have deadlines coming up! Applications are in the CCC. San Rafael Federation of Teachers Scholarship - May 17th, Bike Dawgs Scholarship - May 19th and Santa Rosa JC Doyle Scholarship - June 8th (Fernandez, 5/12-5/19)

SOPHOMORE STUDENTS AND UP--Kids Club Program is looking for summer volunteers. Some positions are paid, this is a great opportunity to work with elementary school aged kids! Applications are in the CCC and are due Friday, May 19. (Fernandez 4/25-5/19)

JUNIORS AND SENIORS—If you are interested in taking on the SR staff in a basketball game, sign up now in front of the Student Store. The game is on May 26th at Lunch. (Walters 5/8-5/20)

CAP AND GOWN DITRIBUTION--Jostens will be on campus on Wednesday, May 31st to distribute cap and gowns pre-orders only during brunch and lunch. (McKenna 5/24-5/31

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 5/16/17




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(T) T=B W=A(A/T) T=B F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

MONDAY, MAY 15, 2017

ECO-ACTION CLUB--meeting Tuesdays at lunch in S106. Come help change the world, one action at a time. (Kalish 5/8-5/9, 5/15-5/16, 5/22-5/23, 5/30)

RAFAEL SPRING FOOTBALL--will begin next Monday at 4:00 on the soccer field. Anyone interested in playing is welcome to attend. (Cosgriff 5/15)

SENIORS!--The San Rafael Alumni Scholarship is now available, the deadline today, please head to the CCC for applications. (Fernandez, 5/4-5/15).

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 LA217 by Wednesday, May 17th to be eligible to win. Please see Mr. Winton if you have any questions. (Winton 5-8-5/17)

BANYAN CLASSES—are trying to help the homeless. There are boxes around the school where you can donate. Two boxes are in LA200 and another is in the Counseling office. Anything will help? Food, blankets, hygiene, clothes, socks, etc. will be accepted until the Wednesday, May 17th deadline. (Kuehle 5/15-5/17)

ATTENTION WORLD TRAVELERS--Haven't signed up yet for the Paris/Normandy/London trip during Spring Break next year? Want to know more before signing up? Come to our final informational meeting of the school year during lunch on Thursday, May 18th, in room AD300. Now is the time to enroll... Don't miss out! (Truett 5/11-5/18)

SENIORS BREAKFAST--is next week, Friday, May 19th. RSVPs are due today in the principal's office with Ms. Rodriguez. Get it in ASAP. (Rodriguez 5/15-5/19)

MODIFIED SCHEDULE ON MAY 19TH--There will be a later start time on Friday May 19 due to the Senior Breakfast. 1st period will start at 9:55. Please review the schedule with your advisory teacher. (Rodriguez 5/15-5/19)

RESTORATION TRIP--on Saturday we will be back by 1:00 (I know it is Prom). See Kalish to sign up. (Kalish 5/15-5/19)

PROM TICKETS—Are still on sale until Thursday, May 18th during brunch and lunch in the Student Store. Partial scholarships are available. Please see Ms. McKenna. (McKenna 5/12-5/18)

SENIORS--Here are some upcoming scholarships along with deadlines-- Bike Dawgs scholarship due May 19th and finally the SRJC Doyle and Doyle Trustee Scholarship have reopened due June 8th. All of this info is in the CCC, Naviance, and scholarship board. (Fernandez 4/26-6/8)

CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP REMINDER--In order for you to have membership status this semester you must complete at least 5 hours of community service. Your community service hours are due Friday, May 19th. No exceptions. (Ayoob 5/4-5/19)

SENIORS--Reminder that these scholarships have deadlines coming up! Applications are in the CCC. San Rafael Alumni Scholarship - May 15th, San Rafael Federation of Teachers Scholarship - May 17th, Bike Dawgs Scholarship - May 19th and Santa Rosa JC Doyle Scholarship - June 8th (Fernandez, 5/12-5/19)

SOPHOMORE STUDENTS AND UP--Kids Club Program is looking for summer volunteers. Some positions are paid, this is a great opportunity to work with elementary school aged kids! Applications are in the CCC and are due Friday, May 19. (Fernandez 4/25-5/19)

JUNIORS AND SENIORS—If you are interested in taking on the SR staff in a basketball game, sign up now in front of the Student Store. The game is on May 26th at Lunch. (Walters 5/8-5/20)

CAP AND GOWN DITRIBUTION--Jostens will be on campus on Wednesday, May 31st to distribute cap and gowns pre-orders only during brunch and lunch. (McKenna 5/24-5/31

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 5/15/17




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T= A(T) W=B T= A(A/T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

FRIDAY, MAY 12, 2017

TODAY’S, SATURDAY’S AND SUNDAY’S GAMES--Boys Baseball vs Novato; V @Alberts Park 7p, Frosh @SR 4:30p and Softball @MCAL TBD. Saturday-Frosh Baseball @MC 4:30p. Saturday-Mountain Bike State Championships, Petaluma and Track MCAL @San Marin: 11AM. (Galli 5/12)

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. Be kind to your hardworking parents because this can equal food worth $50-$100 dollars a month. All SRHS students are welcome. (Bryant 5/11-5/12, 5/18-5/19, 5/25-5/26)

TODAY IS THE ANNUAL SR STUDENT ART SHOW! Swing by today in the Ceramic room at 5pm-8pm for some music, baked goods, art sales, art displays! Come support the art program! (Yi 5/12)

SR E-WASTE DRIVE—Have any broken or unused tech items? SRHS will be holding an electronic waste recycling event tomorrow from 9AM-2PM in the front parking lot. Free food and drink for those who bring 1 or more items. (5/10-5/12)

ATTENTION LACROSSE PLAYERS--If you still have your uniform or helmet to turn in your last chance will be Thursday or Friday after school in the locker rooms. If you need to make other arrangements please call your coach. (Campos 5/11-5/12)

CONGRATULATIONS--On Monday, May 8, 2017 the Marin Athletic Foundation recognized both Ellie Bauer and Angelo Zorn as the Female and Male Scholar Athletes of the Year for SR. In addition Ellie was awarded one of the 10 scholarships given out by MAF. (Galli 5/11-5/12)

CONGRATULATIONS TO KASSANDRA JUAREZ!--Kassandra is headed to Stanford University this summer for SMASH – Summer Math and Science Honors program. 300 students applied for 25 spots – one of them went to Kassandra – WAY TO GO!!! (Gribens 5/11-5/12)

ATTENTION WORLD TRAVELERS--Haven't signed up yet for the Paris/Normandy/London trip during Spring Break next year? Want to know more before signing up? Come to our final informational meeting of the school year during lunch on Thursday, May 18th, in room AD300. Now is the time to enroll... Don't miss out! (Truett 5/11-5/18)

JUNIORS AND SENIORS—If you are interested in taking on the SR staff in a basketball game, sign up now in front of the Student Store. The game is on May 26th at Lunch. (Walters 5/8-5/20)

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 LA217 by Wednesday, May 17th to be eligible to win. Please see Mr. Winton if you have any questions. (Winton 5-8-5/17)

CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP REMINDER--In order for you to have membership status this semester you must complete at least 5 hours of community service. Your community service hours are due Friday, May 19th. No exceptions. (Ayoob 5/4-5/19)

SENIORS--Here are some upcoming scholarships along with deadlines-- Joseph Ciatti due May 11th, Bike Dawgs scholarship due May 19th and finally the SRJC Doyle and Doyle Trustee Scholarship have reopened due June 8th. All of this info is in the CCC, Naviance, and scholarship board. (Fernandez 4/26-6/8)

SENIORS!--The San Rafael Alumni Scholarship is now available, the deadline is May 15th, please head to the CCC for applications. (Fernandez, 5/4-5/15).

SOPHOMORE STUDENTS AND UP--Kids Club Program is looking for summer volunteers. Some positions are paid, this is a great opportunity to work with elementary school aged kids! Applications are in the CCC and are due Friday, May 19. (Fernandez 4/25-5/19)

CAP AND GOWN DITRIBUTION--Jostens will be on campus on Wednesday, May 31st to distribute cap and gowns pre-orders only during brunch and lunch. (McKenna 5/24-5/31

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 5/12/17




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T= A(T) W=B T= A(A/T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

THURSDAY, MAY 11, 2017

TODAY’S GAMES--JV Baseball @Novato 4:30p and Track MCAL @San Marin; 3p (Early Release 12:30p)

(Galli 5/11)

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. Be kind to your hardworking parents because this can equal food worth $50-$100 dollars a month. All SRHS students are welcome. (Bryant 5/11-5/12, 5/18-5/19, 5/25-5/26)

ATTENTION LACROSSE PLAYERS--If you still have your uniform or helmet to turn in your last chance will be Thursday or Friday after school in the locker rooms. If you need to make other arrangements please call your coach. (Campos 5/11-5/12)

CONGRATULATIONS--On Monday, May 8, 2017 the Marin Athletic Foundation recognized both Ellie Bauer and Angelo Zorn as the Female and Male Scholar Athletes of the Year for SR. In addition Ellie was awarded one of the 10 scholarships given out by MAF. (Galli 5/11-5/12)

CONGRATULATIONS TO KASSANDRA JUAREZ!--Kassandra is headed to Stanford University this summer for SMASH – Summer Math and Science Honors program. 300 students applied for 25 spots – one of them went to Kassandra – WAY TO GO!!! (Gribens 5/11-5/12)

CONGRATULATIONS--to the SR Varsity Swim Team for a great showing at MCALs on Friday & Saturday! Well done everyone! (Galli 5/10-5/11)

CONGRATULATIONS--to sophomore Coco Berkenfield who broke 2 school records this weekend and placed 1st in the 100 backstroke and 2nd in the 100 free. She also qualified for NCS, way to go Coco, Good luck! (Galli 5/10-5/11)

CONGRATULATIONS--to the women's varsity relay teams that came, oh so, close to making NCS in both the 200 free relay and the 400 free relay but unfortunately did not make the cut this year: Chloe Jessen, Gisell Chavez, Lani Kamler, Kendra McGowan & Coco Berkenfield. (Galli 5/10-5/11)

SR E-WASTE DRIVE—Have any broken or unused tech items? SRHS will be holding an electronic waste recycling event on Saturday, May 13th f rom 9AM-2PM in the front parking lot. Free food and drink for those who bring 1 or more items. (5/10-5/12)

ATTENTION WORLD TRAVELERS--Haven't signed up yet for the Paris/Normandy/London trip during Spring Break next year? Want to know more before signing up? Come to our final informational meeting of the school year during lunch on Thursday, May 18th, in room AD300. Now is the time to enroll... Don't miss out! (Truett 5/11-5/18)

JUNIORS AND SENIORS—If you are interested in taking on the SR staff in a basketball game, sign up now in front of the Student Store. The game is on May 26th at Lunch. (Walters 5/8-5/20)

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 LA217 by Wednesday, May 17th to be eligible to win. Please see Mr. Winton if you have any questions. (Winton 5-8-5/17)

CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP REMINDER--In order for you to have membership status this semester you must complete at least 5 hours of community service. Your community service hours are due Friday, May 19th. No exceptions. (Ayoob 5/4-5/19)

SENIORS--Here are some upcoming scholarships along with deadlines-- Joseph Ciatti due May 11th, Bike Dawgs scholarship due May 19th and finally the SRJC Doyle and Doyle Trustee Scholarship have reopened due June 8th. All of this info is in the CCC, Naviance, and scholarship board. (Fernandez 4/26-6/8)

SENIORS!--The San Rafael Alumni Scholarship is now available, the deadline is May 15th, please head to the CCC for applications. (Fernandez, 5/4-5/15).

SOPHOMORE STUDENTS AND UP--Kids Club Program is looking for summer volunteers. Some positions are paid, this is a great opportunity to work with elementary school aged kids! Applications are in the CCC and are due Friday, May 19. (Fernandez 4/25-5/19)

CAP AND GOWN DITRIBUTION--Jostens will be on campus on Wednesday, May 31st to distribute cap and gowns pre-orders only during brunch and lunch. (McKenna 5/24-5/31

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 5/11/17




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T= A(T) W=B T= A(A/T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 2017

INTERACT CLUB— Interested in Volunteer opportunities? Come to the Interact Club today at lunch in S106. (Kalish 5/9-5/10, 5/16-5/17, 5/23-5/24, 5/30-5/31)

STAND UP TO CANCER CLUB—is meeting at Lunch today in LA219. (Allan 5/10, 5/17, 5/24, 5/31)

PROM TICKETS WILL BE ON SALE—through today in the Student Store during brunch and lunch. Tickets are $95. (Walters 4/20-5/9)

CONGRATULATIONS--to the SR Varsity Swim Team for a great showing at MCALs on Friday & Saturday! Well done everyone! (Galli 5/10-5/11)

CONGRATULATIONS--to sophomore Coco Berkenfield who broke 2 school records this weekend and placed 1st in the 100 backstroke and 2nd in the 100 free. She also qualified for NCS, way to go Coco, Good luck! (Galli 5/10-5/11)

CONGRATULATIONS--to the women's varsity relay teams that came, oh so, close to making NCS in both the 200 free relay and the 400 free relay but unfortunately did not make the cut this year: Chloe Jessen, Gisell Chavez, Lani Kamler, Kendra McGowan & Coco Berkenfield. (Galli 5/10-5/11)

SR E-WASTE DRIVE—Have any broken or unused tech items? SRHS will be holding an electronic waste recycling event on Saturday, May 13th f rom 9AM-2PM in the front parking lot. Free food and drink for those who bring 1 or more items. (5/10-5/12)

JUNIORS AND SENIORS—If you are interested in taking on the SR staff in a basketball game, sign up now in front of the Student Store. The game is on May 26th at Lunch. (Walters 5/8-5/20)

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 LA217 by Wednesday, May 17th to be eligible to win. Please see Mr. Winton if you have any questions. (Winton 5-8-5/17)

CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP REMINDER--In order for you to have membership status this semester you must complete at least 5 hours of community service. Your community service hours are due Friday, May 19th. No exceptions. (Ayoob 5/4-5/19)

SENIORS--Here are some upcoming scholarships along with deadlines-- Joseph Ciatti due May 11th, Bike Dawgs scholarship due May 19th and finally the SRJC Doyle and Doyle Trustee Scholarship have reopened due June 8th. All of this info is in the CCC, Naviance, and scholarship board. (Fernandez 4/26-6/8)

SENIORS!--The San Rafael Alumni Scholarship is now available, the deadline is May 15th, please head to the CCC for applications. (Fernandez, 5/4-5/15).

SOPHOMORE STUDENTS AND UP--Kids Club Program is looking for summer volunteers. Some positions are paid, this is a great opportunity to work with elementary school aged kids! Applications are in the CCC and are due Friday, May 19. (Fernandez 4/25-5/19)

CAP AND GOWN DITRIBUTION--Jostens will be on campus on Wednesday, May 31st to distribute cap and gowns pre-orders only during brunch and lunch. (McKenna 5/24-5/31

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 5/10/17




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T= A(T) W=B T= A(A/T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

TUESDAY, MAY 9, 2017

TODAY’S GAMES--Boys Baseball vs TL; V @Albert’s Park 7p, JV @TL 4:30p, Frosh @SR 4:30p and

Boys Tennis hosts MCALS @SR; 4:30p. (Galli 5/9)

ECO-ACTION CLUB--meeting today at lunch in S106. Come help change the world, one action at a time. (Kalish 5/8-5/9, 5/15-5/16, 5/22-5/23, 5/30)

INTERACT CLUB— Interested in Volunteer opportunities? Come to the Interact Club Wednesday at lunch in S106.

FREE SAMPLES--Today during brunch and lunch in front of the cafeteria there will be free samples of Izzie and Naked Juice given away. While supplies last, you will receive a free t-shirt with the purchase of either Izzie or Naked Juice. (Higgs 5/9)

JUNIORS AND SENIORS—If you are interested in taking on the SR staff in a basketball game, sign up now in front of the Student Store. The game is on May 26th at Lunch. (Walters 5/8-5/20)

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 LA217 by Wednesday, May 17th to be eligible to win. Please see Mr. Winton if you have any questions. (Winton 5-8-5/1 7)

CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP REMINDER--In order for you to have membership status this semester you must complete at least 5 hours of community service. Your community service hours are due Friday, May 19th. No exceptions. (Ayoob 5/4-5/19)

PROM TICKETS WILL BE ON SALE—through Wednesday, May 10th in the Student Store during brunch and lunch. Tickets are $95. (Walters 4/20-5/9)

SENIORS--Here are some upcoming scholarships along with deadlines-- Joseph Ciatti due May 11th, Bike Dawgs scholarship due May 19th and finally the SRJC Doyle and Doyle Trustee Scholarship have reopened due June 8th. All of this info is in the CCC, Naviance, and scholarship board. (Fernandez 4/26-6/8)

SENIORS!--The San Rafael Alumni Scholarship is now available, the deadline is May 15th, please head to the CCC for applications. (Fernandez, 5/4-5/15).

SOPHOMORE STUDENTS AND UP--Kids Club Program is looking for summer volunteers. Some positions are paid, this is a great opportunity to work with elementary school aged kids! Applications are in the CCC and are due Friday, May 19. (Fernandez 4/25-5/19)

CAP AND GOWN DITRIBUTION--Jostens will be on campus on Wednesday, May 31st to distribute cap and gowns pre-orders only during brunch and lunch. (McKenna 5/24-5/31

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 5/9/17




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T= A(T) W=B T= A(A/T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

MONDAY, MAY 8, 2017

ECO-ACTION CLUB--meeting Tuesdays at lunch in S106. Come help change the world, one action at a time. (Kalish 5/8-5/9, 5/15-5/16, 5/22-5/23, 5/30)

MUJERS CON PODER—meeting every Tuesday in the Bulldog Theater after school. (Heredia 5/8-5/9, 5/15-5/16, 5/22-5/23, 5/30)

JUNIORS AND SENIORS—If you are interested in taking on the SR staff in a basketball game, sign up now in front of the Student Store. The game is on May 26th at Lunch. (Walters 5/8-5/20)

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 LA217 by Wednesday, May 17th to be eligible to win. Please see Mr. Winton if you have any questions. (Winton 5-8-5/1 7)

CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP REMINDER--In order for you to have membership status this semester you must complete at least 5 hours of community service. Your community service hours are due Friday, May 19th. No exceptions. (Ayoob 5/4-5/19)

PROM TICKETS WILL BE ON SALE—through Wednesday, May 10th in the Student Store during brunch and lunch. Tickets are $95. Guest passes are also available in the Student Store and are due by Friday, May 5th. (Walters 4/20-5/9)

SENIORS--Here are some upcoming scholarships along with deadlines-- Joseph Ciatti due May 11th, Bike Dawgs scholarship due May 19th and finally the SRJC Doyle and Doyle Trustee Scholarship have reopened due June 8th. All of this info is in the CCC, Naviance, and scholarship board. (Fernandez 4/26-6/8)

SENIORS!--The San Rafael Alumni Scholarship is now available, the deadline is May 15th, please head to the CCC for applications. (Fernandez, 5/4-5/15).

SOPHOMORE STUDENTS AND UP--Kids Club Program is looking for summer volunteers. Some positions are paid, this is a great opportunity to work with elementary school aged kids! Applications are in the CCC and are due Friday, May 19. (Fernandez 4/25-5/19)

CAP AND GOWN DITRIBUTION--Jostens will be on campus on Wednesday, May 31st to distribute cap and gowns pre-orders only during brunch and lunch. (McKenna 5/24-5/31

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 5/8/17




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(T) T=B W= A(A/T) T=B F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

FRIDAY, MAY 5, 2017

HAPPY CINCO DE MAYO

TODAY’S AND SATURDAY’S GAMES--Boys Baseball vs Drake; V @Drake 4:30p, JV @SR 4:30p,

Softball vs Tam @SR; 4:30p and MCAL Swim @Redwood, 4p. Saturday-Frosh Baseball @Drake 11am.

AUTHOR’S CLUB—is meeting today in LA304 to discuss the county fair. Snacks will be provided. (Bond 5/5)

FARMERS MARKET—is held today after school! Bring 2 reusable bags and load up on dinner for Friday night, and breakfast, lunch and dinner for Saturday and Sunday. Be kind to your hardworking parents because this can equal food worth $50-$100 dollars a month. All SRHS students are welcome. (Bryant 5/4-5/5, 5/11-5/12, 5/18-5/19, 5/25-5/26)

INTERNSHIP--There are two weeks left to turn in applications for a summer internship. Opportunities in dental, construction, business, healthcare, nonprofits and many more are available. Applications are in the CCC, deadline is today. Contact Ms. Nunez if you have questions! (Nunez 4/25-4/28)

NEWSPAPER CLUB—Make sure to get your copy of this semester’s newspaper today in the quad at brunch/lunch. (Hager 5/1-5/5)

SENIORS ATTENDING COLLEGE OF MARIN--don't forget that Success Saturday is tomorrow from 8:30-1pm. You will have an orientation, register for summer bridge and register for your fall classes. Breakfast and Lunch included! Parents are welcome to join! Visit the CCC for more info! (Fernandez, 4/27-5/5).

CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP REMINDER--In order for you to have membership status this semester you must complete at least 5 hours of community service. Your community service hours are due 5/19 No exceptions. (Ayoob 5/4-5/19)

SENIOR CLASS CAR WASH FUNDRAISER—will be held on Saturday, May 7th. Sign up for shifts and bake sale in LA219. (Allen 4/20-5/9)

PROM TICKETS WILL BE ON SALE—through Wednesday, May 10th in the Student Store during brunch and lunch. Tickets are $95. Guest passes are also available in the Student Store and are due by Friday, May 5th. (Walters 4/20-5/9)

SENIORS--Here are some upcoming scholarships along with deadlines-- Joseph Ciatti due May 11th, Bike Dawgs scholarship due May 19th and finally the SRJC Doyle and Doyle Trustee Scholarship have reopened due June 8th. All of this info is in the CCC, Naviance, and scholarship board. (Fernandez 4/26-6/8)

SENIORS!--The San Rafael Alumni Scholarship is now available, the deadline is May 15th, please head to the CCC for applications. (Fernandez, 5/4-5/15).

SOPHOMORE STUDENTS AND UP--Kids Club Program is looking for summer volunteers. Some positions are paid, this is a great opportunity to work with elementary school aged kids! Applications are in the CCC and are due Friday, May 19. (Fernandez 4/25-5/19)

CAP AND GOWN DITRIBUTION--Jostens will be on campus on Wednesday, May 31st to distribute cap and gowns pre-orders only during brunch and lunch. (McKenna 5/24-5/31

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 5/5/17




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(T) T=B W= A(A/T) T=B F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

THURSDAY, MAY 4, 2017

TODAY’S GAMES--Boys Baseball vs San Marin; V @Alberts Park 7p, JV @San Marin 4:30p (Early Release 3p), Frosh @SR 4:30p, Softball @San Marin; 6:30p and Track Meet vs San Marin, TL and Novato @Novato, 4p (Early Release 2:30p). (Galli 5/4)

COME TO GREECE IN THE SUMMER OF 2018!--We will explore Athens, visit the Oracle at Delphi, participate in a Greek cooking class, and take a 4 day cruise through many of Greece’s beautiful islands. Come to a parent meeting tonight at 6 PM in LA 202. This meeting will be in English and Spanish. Three small/partial scholarships are available. Fundraising opportunities are also available. (Evans 4/26-5/4)

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. Be kind to your hardworking parents because this can equal food worth $50-$100 dollars a month. All SRHS students are welcome. (Bryant 5/4-5/5, 5/11-5/12, 5/18-5/19, 5/25-5/26)

INTERNSHIP--There are two weeks left to turn in applications for a summer internship. Opportunities in dental, construction, business, healthcare, nonprofits and many more are available. Applications are in the CCC, deadline is May 5th. Contact Ms. Nunez if you have questions! (Nunez 4/25-4/28)

NEWSPAPER CLUB—Make sure to get your copy of this semester’s newspaper on Friday, May 5th in the quad at brunch/lunch. (Hager 5/1-5/5)

SENIORS ATTENDING COLLEGE OF MARIN--don't forget that Success Saturday is May 6th from 8:30-1pm. You will have an orientation, register for summer bridge and register for your fall classes. Breakfast and Lunch included! Parents are welcome to join! Visit the CCC for more info! (Fernandez, 4/27-5/5).

SENIOR CLASS CAR WASH FUNDRAISER—will be held on Saturday, May 7th. Sign up for shifts and bake sale in LA219. (Allen 4/20-5/9)

PROM TICKETS WILL BE ON SALE—through Wednesday, May 10th in the Student Store during brunch and lunch. Tickets are $95. Guest passes are also available in the Student Store and are due by Friday, May 5th. (Walters 4/20-5/9)

SENIORS--Here are some upcoming scholarships along with deadlines-- Joseph Ciatti due May 11th, Bike Dawgs scholarship due May 19th and finally the SRJC Doyle and Doyle Trustee Scholarship have reopened due June 8th. All of this info is in the CCC, Naviance, and scholarship board. (Fernandez 4/26-6/8)

SENIORS!--The San Rafael Alumni Scholarship is now available, the deadline is May 15th, please head to the CCC for applications. (Fernandez, 5/4-5/15).

SOPHOMORE STUDENTS AND UP--Kids Club Program is looking for summer volunteers. Some positions are paid, this is a great opportunity to work with elementary school aged kids! Applications are in the CCC and are due Friday, May 19. (Fernandez 4/25-5/19)

CAP AND GOWN DITRIBUTION--Jostens will be on campus on Wedne

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Published: 5/4/17




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(T) T=B W= A(A/T) T=B F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 2017

TODAY’S GAMES--MCAL Lacrosse TBD. (Galli 5/3)

STAND UP TO CANCER CLUB—is meeting at Lunch today in LA219. (Allan 5/10, 5/17, 5/24, 5/31)

INTERACT CLUB— Interested in Volunteer opportunities? Come to the Interact Club today at lunch in S106. (Kalish 5/2-5/3, 5/9-5/10, 5/16-5/17, 5/23-5/24, 5/30-5/31)

SOPHOMORES AND JUNIORS--the WACAC College Fair is today at Dominican University. Over 50 colleges and universities from all over the US will be represented. Talk to reps about different programs! Visit the CCC for more info! (Fernandez, 4/27-5/3).

COME TO GREECE IN THE SUMMER OF 2018!--We will explore Athens, visit the Oracle at Delphi, participate in a Greek cooking class, and take a 4 day cruise through many of Greece’s beautiful islands. Come to a parent meeting on Thursday, May 4th at 6 PM in LA 202. This meeting will be in English and Spanish. Three small/partial scholarships are available. Fundraising opportunities are also available. (Evans 4/26-5/4)

INTERNSHIP--There are two weeks left to turn in applications for a summer internship. Opportunities in dental, construction, business, healthcare, nonprofits and many more are available. Applications are in the CCC, deadline is May 5th. Contact Ms. Nunez if you have questions! (Nunez 4/25-4/28)

NEWSPAPER CLUB—Make sure to get your copy of this semester’s newspaper on Friday, May 5th in the quad at brunch/lunch. (Hager 5/1-5/5)

SENIORS ATTENDING COLLEGE OF MARIN--don't forget that Success Saturday is May 6th from 8:30-1pm. You will have an orientation, register for summer bridge and register for your fall classes. Breakfast and Lunch included! Parents are welcome to join! Visit the CCC for more info! (Fernandez, 4/27-5/5).

SENIOR CLASS CAR WASH FUNDRAISER—will be held on Saturday, May 7th. Sign up for shifts and bake sale in LA219. (Allen 4/20-5/9)

PROM TICKETS WILL BE ON SALE—through Wednesday, May 10th in the Student Store during brunch and lunch. Tickets are $95. Guest passes are also available in the Student Store and are due by Friday, May 5th. (Walters 4/20-5/9)

SAN RAFAEL'S DIAMOND DOGS-- The Bulldogs got wins over 2nd place Redwood, 4-3, and 3rd place Tam, 3-2, last week which brings them to a 5 game winning streak. The Bulldogs are currently in 5th place with a 7-5 record in league. The win over Redwood was the first since 2006 and the 5 game, in league, winning streak hasn't happened for the Dogs since 2004. The Dogs have been relying on their starting pitching behind Seniors Angelo Zorn, Jeff Ford and Sophomore Jack Cottrell. Gabe Yetnikoff is leading the team in Batting average and stolen bases while Bailey Bowler is the league leader in RBI's. The Dogs have 6 games left, 5 of which will be home games at Albert Park. If the Dogs win 3 more games, they will clinch a MCAL playoff spot for the first time since 2006. Dogs play MC on Tuesday and San Marin on Thursday at Albert Park at 7:00pm. Come out and support your Diamond Dogs!!! Go Dogs! (Detwiler 5/1-5/2)

SENIORS--Here are some upcoming scholarships along with deadlines-- Joseph Ciatti due May 11th, Bike Dawgs scholarship due May 19th and finally the SRJC Doyle and Doyle Trustee Scholarship have reopened due June 8th. All of this info is in the CCC, Naviance, and scholarship board. (Fernandez 4/26-6/8)

SOPHOMORE STUDENTS AND UP--Kids Club Program is looking for summer volunteers. Some positions are paid, this is a great opportunity to work with elementary school aged kids! Applications are in the CCC and are due Friday, May 19. (Fernandez 4/25-5/19)

CAP AND GOWN DITRIBUTION--Jostens will be on campus on Wednesday, May 31st to distribute cap and gowns pre-orders only during brunch and lunch. (McKenna 5/24-5/31

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Published: 5/3/17




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(T) T=B W= A(A/T) T=B F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

THURSDAY, MAY 4, 2017

TODAY’S GAMES--Boys Baseball vs San Marin; V @Alberts Park 7p, JV @San Marin 4:30p (Early Release 3p), Frosh @SR 4:30p, Softball @San Marin; 6:30p and Track Meet vs San Marin, TL and Novato @Novato, 4p (Early Release 2:30p). (Galli 5/4)

COME TO GREECE IN THE SUMMER OF 2018!--We will explore Athens, visit the Oracle at Delphi, participate in a Greek cooking class, and take a 4 day cruise through many of Greece’s beautiful islands. Come to a parent meeting tonight at 6 PM in LA 202. This meeting will be in English and Spanish. Three small/partial scholarships are available. Fundraising opportunities are also available. (Evans 4/26-5/4)

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. Be kind to your hardworking parents because this can equal food worth $50-$100 dollars a month. All SRHS students are welcome. (Bryant 5/4-5/5, 5/11-5/12, 5/18-5/19, 5/25-5/26)

INTERNSHIP--There are two weeks left to turn in applications for a summer internship. Opportunities in dental, construction, business, healthcare, nonprofits and many more are available. Applications are in the CCC, deadline is May 5th. Contact Ms. Nunez if you have questions! (Nunez 4/25-4/28)

NEWSPAPER CLUB—Make sure to get your copy of this semester’s newspaper on Friday, May 5th in the quad at brunch/lunch. (Hager 5/1-5/5)

SENIORS ATTENDING COLLEGE OF MARIN--don't forget that Success Saturday is May 6th from 8:30-1pm. You will have an orientation, register for summer bridge and register for your fall classes. Breakfast and Lunch included! Parents are welcome to join! Visit the CCC for more info! (Fernandez, 4/27-5/5).

SENIOR CLASS CAR WASH FUNDRAISER—will be held on Saturday, May 7th. Sign up for shifts and bake sale in LA219. (Allen 4/20-5/9)

PROM TICKETS WILL BE ON SALE—through Wednesday, May 10th in the Student Store during brunch and lunch. Tickets are $95. Guest passes are also available in the Student Store and are due by Friday, May 5th. (Walters 4/20-5/9)

SENIORS--Here are some upcoming scholarships along with deadlines-- Joseph Ciatti due May 11th, Bike Dawgs scholarship due May 19th and finally the SRJC Doyle and Doyle Trustee Scholarship have reopened due June 8th. All of this info is in the CCC, Naviance, and scholarship board. (Fernandez 4/26-6/8)

SENIORS!--The San Rafael Alumni Scholarship is now available, the deadline is May 15th, please head to the CCC for applications. (Fernandez, 5/4-5/15).

SOPHOMORE STUDENTS AND UP--Kids Club Program is looking for summer volunteers. Some positions are paid, this is a great opportunity to work with elementary school aged kids! Applications are in the CCC and are due Friday, May 19. (Fernandez 4/25-5/19)

CAP AND GOWN DITRIBUTION--Jostens will be on campus on Wedne

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 5/3/17




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(T) T=B W= A(A/T) T=B F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

TUESDAY, MAY 2, 2017

GSA-THE GENDER AND SEXUALITY ALLIANCE--Come to our meeting today in SC102 at Lunch. (Sloneker 4/25, 5/2, 5/9, 5/16, 5/23, 5/30)

ECO-ACTION CLUB--meeting today at lunch in S106. Come help change the world, one action at a time. (Kalish 5/1-5/2, 5/8-5/9, 5/15-5/16, 5/22-5/23, 5/30)

MUJERS CON PODER—meeting today in the Bulldog Theater after school. (Heredia 5/1-5/2, 5/8-5/9, 5/15-5/16, 5/22-5/23, 5/30)

INTERACT CLUB— Interested in Volunteer opportunities? Come to the Interact Club Wednesday at lunch in S106. (Kalish 5/2-5/3, 5/9-5/10, 5/16-5/17, 5/23-5/24, 5/30-5/31)

SOPHOMORES AND JUNIORS--the WACAC College Fair is on Wednesday, May 3rd at Dominican University. Over 50 colleges and universities from all over the US will be represented. Talk to reps about different programs! Visit the CCC for more info! (Fernandez, 4/27-5/3).

COME TO GREECE IN THE SUMMER OF 2018!--We will explore Athens, visit the Oracle at Delphi, participate in a Greek cooking class, and take a 4 day cruise through many of Greece’s beautiful islands. Come to a parent meeting on Thursday, May 4th at 6 PM in LA 202. This meeting will be in English and Spanish. Three small/partial scholarships are available. Fundraising opportunities are also available. (Evans 4/26-5/4)

INTERNSHIP--There are two weeks left to turn in applications for a summer internship. Opportunities in dental, construction, business, healthcare, nonprofits and many more are available. Applications are in the CCC, deadline is May 5th. Contact Ms. Nunez if you have questions! (Nunez 4/25-4/28)

NEWSPAPER CLUB—Make sure to get your copy of this semester’s newspaper on Friday, May 5th in the quad at brunch/lunch. (Hager 5/1-5/5)

SENIORS ATTENDING COLLEGE OF MARIN--don't forget that Success Saturday is May 6th from 8:30-1pm. You will have an orientation, register for summer bridge and register for your fall classes. Breakfast and Lunch included! Parents are welcome to join! Visit the CCC for more info! (Fernandez, 4/27-5/5).

SENIOR CLASS CAR WASH FUNDRAISER—will be held on Saturday, May 7th. Sign up for shifts and bake sale in LA219. (Allen 4/20-5/9)

PROM TICKETS WILL BE ON SALE—through Wednesday, May 10th in the Student Store during brunch and lunch. Tickets are $95. Guest passes are also available in the Student Store and are due by Friday, May 5th. (Walters 4/20-5/9)

SAN RAFAEL'S DIAMOND DOGS-- The Bulldogs got wins over 2nd place Redwood, 4-3, and 3rd place Tam, 3-2, last week which brings them to a 5 game winning streak. The Bulldogs are currently in 5th place with a 7-5 record in league. The win over Redwood was the first since 2006 and the 5 game, in league, winning streak hasn't happened for the Dogs since 2004. The Dogs have been relying on their starting pitching behind Seniors Angelo Zorn, Jeff Ford and Sophomore Jack Cottrell. Gabe Yetnikoff is leading the team in Batting

average and stolen bases while Bailey Bowler is the league leader in RBI's. The Dogs have 6 games left, 5 of which will be home games at Albert Park. If the Dogs win 3 more games, they will clinch a MCAL playoff spot for the first time since 2006. Dogs play MC on Tuesday and San Marin on Thursday at Albert Park at 7:00pm. Come out and support your Diamond Dogs!!! Go Dogs! (Detwiler 5/1-5/2)

SENIORS--Here are some upcoming scholarships along with deadlines-- Joseph Ciatti due May 11th, Bike Dawgs scholarship due May 19th and finally the SRJC Doyle and Doyle Trustee Scholarship have reopened due June 8th. All of this info is in the CCC, Naviance, and scholarship board. (Fernandez 4/26-6/8)

SOPHOMORE STUDENTS AND UP--Kids Club Program is looking for summer volunteers. Some positions are paid, this is a great opportunity to work with elementary school aged kids! Applications are in the CCC and are due Friday, May 19. (Fernandez 4/25-5/19)

CAP AND GOWN DITRIBUTION--Jostens will be on campus on Wednesday, May 31st to distribute cap and gowns pre-orders only during brunch and lunch. (McKenna 5/24-5/31

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Published: 5/2/17




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(T) T=B W= A(A/T) T=B F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

MONDAY, MAY 1, 2017

ECO-ACTION CLUB--meeting Tuesdays at lunch in S106. Come help change the world, one action at a time. (Kalish 5/1-5/2, 5/8-5/9, 5/15-5/16, 5/22-5/23, 5/30)

MUJERS CON PODER—meeting every Tuesday in the Bulldog Theater after school. (Heredia 5/1-5/2, 5/8-5/9, 5/15-5/16, 5/22-5/23, 5/30)

SENIORS--the MCSAA scholarship has been extended to today. If you are pursuing a career in education then pick up an application in the CCC, awards range from $500-$1000! Don't miss out on this great local scholarship. (Fernandez, 4/27-5/1)

COME AND SUPPORT THE MEN’S TENNIS TEAM--as they advance to MCAL Tournament play. Nick Tanaka and Wyatt Anderson in Men’s Singles and Collin Bursch/Alex Miller and Marcos Gulati/Kyle Wilson in Men’s Double. 1:45 PM at the Terra Linda co0urts. See you there! (Galli 5/1)

SOPHOMORES AND JUNIORS--the WACAC College Fair is on Wednesday, May 3rd at Dominican University. Over 50 colleges and universities from all over the US will be represented. Talk to reps about different programs! Visit the CCC for more info! (Fernandez, 4/27-5/3).

COME TO GREECE IN THE SUMMER OF 2018!--We will explore Athens, visit the Oracle at Delphi, participate in a Greek cooking class, and take a 4 day cruise through many of Greece’s beautiful islands. Come to a parent meeting on Thursday, May 4th at 6 PM in LA 202. This meeting will be in English and Spanish. Three small/partial scholarships are available. Fundraising opportunities are also available. (Evans 4/26-5/4)

INTERNSHIP--There are two weeks left to turn in applications for a summer internship. Opportunities in dental, construction, business, healthcare, nonprofits and many more are available. Applications are in the CCC, deadline is May 5th. Contact Ms. Nunez if you have questions! (Nunez 4/25-4/28)

SENIORS ATTENDING COLLEGE OF MARIN--don't forget that Success Saturday is May 6th from 8:30-1pm. You will have an orientation, register for summer bridge and register for your fall classes. Breakfast and Lunch included! Parents are welcome to join! Visit the CCC for more info! (Fernandez, 4/27-5/5).

SENIOR CLASS CAR WASH FUNDRAISER—will be held on Saturday, May 7th. Sign up for shifts and bake sale in LA219. (Allen 4/20-5/9)

PROM TICKETS WILL BE ON SALE—through Wednesday, May 10th in the Student Store during brunch and lunch. Tickets are $95. Guest passes are also available in the Student Store and are due by Friday, May 5th. (Walters 4/20-5/9)

SENIORS--Here are some upcoming scholarships along with deadlines--Anna Valdez nursing scholarship is due May 1st, Joseph Ciatti due May 11th, Bike Dawgs scholarship due May 19th and finally the SRJC Doyle and Doyle Trustee Scholarship have reopened due June 8th. All of this info is in the CCC, Naviance, and scholarship board. (Fernandez 4/26-6/8)

SOPHOMORE STUDENTS AND UP--Kids Club Program is looking for summer volunteers. Some positions are paid, this is a great opportunity to work with elementary school aged kids! Applications are in the CCC and are due Friday, May 19. (Fernandez 4/25-5/19)

CAP AND GOWN DITRIBUTION--Jostens will be on campus on Wednesday, May 31st to distribute cap and gowns pre-orders only during brunch and lunch. (McKenna 5/24-5/31)

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Published: 5/1/17




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T=A(T) W=B T= A(A/T) F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 2017

FARMERS MARKET—is held today after school! Bring 2 reusable bags and load up on dinner for Friday night, and breakfast, lunch and dinner for Saturday and Sunday. Be kind to your hardworking parents because this can equal food worth $50-$100 dollars a month. All SRHS students are welcome. (Bryant 4/27-4/28)

OUR SWIM TEAM--will have its last home meet today at 4pm against Branson. Come out and support our Bulldog swimmers! (Galli 4/25-4/27)

SOPHOMORE CLASS MEETING—in LA 217, at lunch today to discuss fundraisers and spirit gear for Lip Dub. (Walters 4/25-4/27)

DAWG PRIDE DAY—will be held tomorrow from 8AM to 12 Midday (morning) and 1PM to 5PM (afternoon). Lunch will be served at 12:00 for all workers (morning and afternoon). (Gebbie 4/19-4/28)

SENIORS--the MCSAA scholarship has been extended to May 1st. If you are pursuing a career in education then pick up an application in the CCC, awards range from $500-$1000! Don't miss out on this great local scholarship. (Fernandez, 4/27-5/1)

SOPHOMORES AND JUNIORS--the WACAC College Fair is on Wednesday, May 3rd at Dominican University. Over 50 colleges and universities from all over the US will be represented. Talk to reps about different programs! Visit the CCC for more info! (Fernandez, 4/27-5/3).

COME TO GREECE IN THE SUMMER OF 2018!--We will explore Athens, visit the Oracle at Delphi, participate in a Greek cooking class, and take a 4 day cruise through many of Greece’s beautiful islands. Come to a parent meeting on Thursday, May 4th at 6 PM in LA 202. This meeting will be in English and Spanish. Three small/partial scholarships are available. Fundraising opportunities are also available. (Evans 4/26-5/4)

INTERNSHIP--There are two weeks left to turn in applications for a summer internship. Opportunities in dental, construction, business, healthcare, nonprofits and many more are available. Applications are in the CCC, deadline is May 5th. Contact Ms. Nunez if you have questions! (Nunez 4/25-4/28)

SENIORS ATTENDING COLLEGE OF MARIN--don't forget that Success Saturday is May 6th from 8:30-1pm. You will have an orientation, register for summer bridge and register for your fall classes. Breakfast and Lunch included! Parents are welcome to join! Visit the CCC for more info! (Fernandez, 4/27-5/5).

SENIOR CLASS CAR WASH FUNDRAISER—will be held on Saturday, May 7th. Sign up for shifts and bake sale in LA219. (Allen 4/20-5/9)

PROM TICKETS WILL BE ON SALE—through Wednesday, May 10th in the Student Store during brunch and lunch. Tickets are $95. Guest passes are also available in the Student Store and are due by Friday, May 5th. (Walters 4/20-5/9)

BASEBALL TEAM NEWS—JV has won 4 games in a row and are sitting at 9-5-1 halfway through league. Varsity is on a 3 game win streak, Jack Cottrell recorded a save and also got a complete game win vs Justin Siena in his first ever Varsity start. Dogs are in 5th place and looking to make a playoff push. (Detwiler 4/25-4/28)

SENIORS--Here are some upcoming scholarships along with deadlines--Anna Valdez nursing scholarship is due May 1st, Joseph Ciatti due May 11th, Bike Dawgs scholarship due May 19th and finally the SRJC Doyle and Doyle Trustee Scholarship have reopened due June 8th. All of this info is in the CCC, Naviance, and scholarship board. (Fernandez 4/26-6/8)

SOPHOMORE STUDENTS AND UP--Kids Club Program is looking for summer volunteers. Some positions are paid, this is a great opportunity to work with elementary school aged kids! Applications are in the CCC and are due Friday, May 19. (Fernandez 4/25-5/19)

CAP AND GOWN DITRIBUTION--Jostens will be on campus on Wednesday, May 31st to distribute cap and gowns pre-orders only during brunch and lunch. (McKenna 5/24-5/31

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 4/28/17




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T=A(T) W=B T= A(A/T) F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 2017

TODAY’S GAMES--JV Boys Baseball vs Novato @SR 4:30p, Golf vs MC @Peacock, 4p (Early Release 3p) and Lacrosse vs MC @SR; V 4:30p, JV 6p. (Galli 4/27)

AN AP TESTING MESSAGE-Administration for students who have signed up to take one or more AP exams will take place in the Library on: Today is Makeup day: 4/27 from (2:45 – 3:45). Please note that the pre-admin process is not optional and thus all students taking an AP exam must complete the pre-admin process prior to taking the exam!! (Pitcher 4/25-4/27)

SENIORS—This is your last chance to perform on the SR stage! Come to the Drama meeting today at lunch to discuss our set list and rehearsal schedule. (Deamer 4/25-4/27)

GIRLS BASKETBALL--There will be a meeting for all girls basketball players interested in registering for the off season conditioning program "Volt" with Coach Healy afterschool in Gym 1 today. See Coach Healy for details. (Healy 4/26-4/27)

FOOTBALL MEETING--There will be a meeting for all football players and anyone interested in playing football today right after school today in room G210. (Cosgriff 4/25-4/27)

ATTENTION ALL BOYS BASKETBALL PLAYERS—There will be a short meeting today at Lunch in Gym I to discuss our summer schedule. It will be a short meeting, but is important for you to be there. (Springhorn 4/25-4/27)

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. Be kind to your hardworking parents because this can equal food worth $50-$100 dollars a month. All SRHS students are welcome. (Bryant 4/27-4/28)

OUR SWIM TEAM--will have its last home meet this Friday, April 28th at 4pm against Branson. Come out and support our Bulldog swimmers! (Galli 4/25-4/27)

SOPHOMORE CLASS MEETING—in LA 217, at lunch on Friday, April 28th to discuss fundraisers and spirit gear for Lip Dub. (Walters 4/25-4/27)

DAWG PRIDE DAY—will be held on Saturday, April 29th from 8AM to 12 Midday (morning) and 1PM to 5PM (afternoon). Lunch will be served at 12:00 for all workers (morning and afternoon). (Gebbie 4/19-4/28)

COME TO GREECE IN THE SUMMER OF 2018!--We will explore Athens, visit the Oracle at Delphi, participate in a Greek cooking class, and take a 4 day cruise through many of Greece’s beautiful islands. Come to a parent meeting on May 4th at 6 PM in LA 202. This meeting will be in English and Spanish. Three small/partial scholarships are available. Fundraising opportunities are also available. (Evans 4/26-5/4)

SENIOR CLASS CAR WASH FUNDRAISER—will be held on Saturday, May 7th. Sign up for shifts and bake sale in LA219. (Allen 4/20-5/9)

PROM TICKETS WILL BE ON SALE—through Wednesday, May 10th in the Student Store during brunch and lunch. Tickets are $95. Guest passes are also available in the Student Store and are due by Friday, May 5th. (Walters 4/20-5/9)

BASEBALL TEAM NEWS—JV has won 4 games in a row and are sitting at 9-5-1 halfway through league. Varsity is on a 3 game win streak, Jack Cottrell recorded a save and also got a complete game win vs Justin Siena in his first ever Varsity start. Dogs are in 5th place and looking to make a playoff push. (Detwiler 4/25-4/28)

SENIORS--Here are some upcoming scholarships along with deadlines--Anna Valdez nursing scholarship is due May 1st, Joseph Ciatti due May 11th, Bike Dawgs scholarship due May 19th and finally the SRJC Doyle and Doyle Trustee Scholarship have reopened due June 8th. All of this info is in the CCC, Naviance, and scholarship board. (Fernandez 4/26-6/8)

INTERNSHIP--There are two weeks left to turn in applications for a summer internship. Opportunities in dental, construction, business, healthcare, nonprofits and many more are available. Applications are in the CCC, deadline is May 5th. Contact Ms. Nunez if you have questions! (Nunez 4/25-4/28)

SOPHOMORE STUDENTS AND UP--Kids Club Program is looking for summer volunteers. Some positions are paid, this is a great opportunity to work with elementary school aged kids! Applications are in the CCC and are due Friday, May 19. (Fernandez 4/25-5/19)

CAP AND GOWN DITRIBUTION--Jostens will be on campus on Wednesday, May 31st to distribute cap and gowns pre-orders only during brunch and lunch. (McKenna 5/24-5/31)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 4/27/17




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T=A(T) W=B T= A(A/T) F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26, 2017

TODAY’S GAMES--Frosh Baseball vs Redwood @SR, 4:30p, Lacrosse vs Tam @SR; V 4:30p (Early Release 3:15), JV 6p, Softball vs St. Vincent @SR; 4:30p (Early Release 3:15p) and Track @MC, 4p (Early Release 2:30p). (Galli 4/26)

INTERACT CLUB— Interested in Volunteer opportunities? Come to the Interact Club today at lunch in S106. (Kalish 4/25-4/26, 5/2-5/3, 5/9-5/10, 5/16-5/17, 5/23-5/24, 5/30-5/31)

STAND UP TO CANCER CLUB—is meeting at Lunch today in LA219. (Allan 4/26, 5/3, 5/10, 5/17, 5/24, 5/31)

AN AP TESTING MESSAGE-Administration for students who have signed up to take one or more AP exams will take place in the Library on:

Today from (3:35 – 4:35) for last names: Lookinland – Zorn

Makeup day: 4/27 from (2:45 – 3:45)

Please note that the pre-admin process is not optional and thus all students taking an AP exam must complete the pre-admin process prior to taking the exam!! (Pitcher 4/25-4/27)

SENIORS--The San Rafael Rotary Scholarship is now open, the applications are in the CCC and are due to the counseling office by today at 4pm. Stop by the CCC for more info!! (Fernandez 4/6-4/26).

SENIORS--the Mario Ghilotti Scholarship is now open for students planning to go into construction management. Applications are in the CCC and due to the counseling office today by 4 PM. (Fernandez 4/6- 4/26)

SENIORS—This is your last chance to perform on the SR stage! Come to the Drama meeting on Thursday, April 27th at lunch to discuss our set list and rehearsal schedule. (Deamer 4/25-4/27)

GIRLS BASKETBALL--There will be a meeting for all girls basketball players interested in registering for the off season conditioning program "Volt" with Coach Healy afterschool in Gym 1 on Thursday, April 27th. See Coach Healy for details. (Healy 4/26-4/27)

FOOTBALL MEETING--There will be a meeting for all football players and anyone interested in playing football on Thursday, April 27th right after school in room G210. (Cosgriff 4/25-4/27)

JUNIORS AND SENIORS—Are you interested in taking on the teachers? The student vs. staff basketball game will be held at lunch on Wednesday, May 26th in Gym I. Sign-ups are in front of the Student Store. (Walters 4/24-5/20)

ATTENTION ALL BOYS BASKETBALL PLAYERS—There will be a short meeting on Thursday, April 27th at Lunch in Gym I to discuss our summer schedule. It will be a short meeting, but is important for you to be there. (Springhorn 4/25-4/27)

OUR SWIM TEAM--will have its last home meet this Friday, April 28th at 4pm against Branson. Come out and support our Bulldog swimmers! (Galli 4/25-4/27)

SOPHOMORE CLASS MEETING—in LA 217, at lunch on Friday, April 28th to discuss fundraisers and spirit hear for Lip Dub. (Walters 4/25-4/27)

DAWG PRIDE DAY—will be held on Saturday, April 29th from 8AM to 12 Midday (morning) and 1PM to 5PM (afternoon). Lunch will be served at 12:00 for all workers (morning and afternoon). (Gebbie 4/19-4/28)

COME TO GREECE IN THE SUMMER OF 2018!--We will explore Athens, visit the Oracle at Delphi, participate in a Greek cooking class, and take a 4 day cruise through many of Greece’s beautiful islands. Come to a parent meeting on May 4th at 6 PM in LA 202. This meeting will be in English and Spanish. Three small/partial scholarships are available. Fundraising opportunities are also available. (Evans 4/26-5/4)

SENIOR CLASS CAR WASH FUNDRAISER—will be held on Saturday, May 7th. Sign up for shifts and bake sale in LA219. (Allen 4/20-5/9)

PROM TICKETS WILL BE ON SALE—through Wednesday, May 10th in the Student Store during brunch and lunch. Tickets are $95. Guest passes are also available in the Student Store and are due by Friday, May 5th. (Walters 4/20-5/9)

BASEBALL TEAM NEWS—JV has won 4 games in a row and are sitting at 9-5-1 halfway through league. Varsity is on a 3 game win streak, Jack Cottrell recorded a save and also got a complete game win vs Justin Siena in his first ever Varsity start. Dogs are in 5th place and looking to make a playoff push. (Detwiler 4/25-4/28)

SENIORS--Here are some upcoming scholarships along with deadlines--Anna Valdez nursing scholarship is due May 1st, Joseph Ciatti due May 11th, Bike Dawgs scholarship due May 19th and finally the SRJC Doyle and Doyle Trustee Scholarship have reopened due June 8th. All of this info is in the CCC, Naviance, and scholarship board. (Fernandez 4/26-6/8)

SOPHOMORE STUDENTS AND UP--Kids Club Program is looking for summer volunteers. Some positions are paid, this is a great opportunity to work with elementary school aged kids! Applications are in the CCC and are due Friday, May 19. (Fernandez 4/25-5/19)

INTERNSHIP--There are two weeks left to turn in applications for a summer internship. Opportunities in dental, construction, business, healthcare, nonprofits and many more are available. Applications are in the CCC, deadline is May 5th. Contact Ms. Nunez if you have questions! (Nunez 4/25-4/28)

CAP AND GOWN DITRIBUTION--Jostens will be on campus on Wednesday, May 31st to distribute cap and gowns pre-orders only during brunch and lunch. (McKenna 5/24-5/31

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 4/26/17




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T= A(T) W=B T= A(A/T) F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 2017

ECO-ACTION CLUB--meeting today at lunch in S106. Come help change the world, one action at a time. (Kalish 4/24-4/25)

MUJERS CON PODER—meeting today in the Bulldog Theater after school. (Heredia 4/24-4/25)

MARK YOUR CALENDARS!--Encore Presentation for 9th Graders and their parents! Please join us for an encore presentation by David Elliott form College Dream Team. This presentation is intended for both parents and students to learn all that you need to know about college as a ninth grader or as a parent of a ninth grader. Spanish translation will be available. Tonight at 6 pm in the library. (Gribens 4/18-4/25)

AN AP TESTING MESSAGE-Administration for students who have signed up to take one or more AP exams will take place in the Library on:

today from (2:45 – 3:45) for last names: Abey – Locke

4/26 from (3:35 – 4:35) for last names: Lookinland – Zorn

Makeup day: 4/27 from (2:45 – 3:45)

Please note that the pre-admin process is not optional and thus all students taking an AP exam must complete the pre-admin process prior to taking the exam!! (Pitcher 4/25-4/27)

SENIORS--The San Rafael Rotary Scholarship is now open, the applications are in the CCC and are due to the counseling office by Wednesday, April 26th at 4pm. Stop by the CCC for more info!! (Fernandez 4/6-4/26).

SENIORS--the Mario Ghilotti Scholarship is now open for students planning to go into construction management. Applications are in the CCC and due to the counseling office on Wednesday, April 26th. (Fernandez 4/6- 4/26)

OUR SWIM TEAM--will have its last home meet this Friday, April 28th at 4pm against Branson. Come out and support our Bulldog swimmers! (Galli 4/25-4/27)

DAWG PRIDE DAY—will be held on Saturday, April 29th from 8AM to 12 Midday (morning) and 1PM to 5PM (afternoon). Lunch will be served at 12:00 for all workers (morning and afternoon). (Gebbie 4/19-4/28)

SOPHOMORE STUDENTS AND UP--Kids Club Program is looking for summer volunteers. Some positions are paid, this is a great opportunity to work with elementary school aged kids! Applications are in the CCC and are due Friday, May 19. (Fernandez 4/25-5/19)

JUNIORS AND SENIORS—Are you interested in taking on the teachers? The student vs. staff basketball game will be held at lunch on Friday, May 26th in Gym I. Sign-ups are in front of the Student Store. (Walters 4/24-5/20)

FOOTBALL MEETING--There will be a meeting for all football players and anyone interested in playing football on Thursday, April 27th right after school in room G210. (Cosgriff 4/25-4/27)

SOPHOMORE CLASS MEETING—in LA 217, at lunch on Friday, April 28th to discuss fundraisers and spirit hear for Lip Dub. (Walters 4/25-4/27)

PROM TICKETS WILL BE ON SALE—through Wednesday, May 10th in the Student Store during brunch and lunch. Tickets are $95. Guest passes are also available in the Student Store and are due by Friday, May 5th. (Walters 4/20-5/9)

MARCH STUDENTS-OF-THE-MONTH: Freshmen-Merly Maldonado and Griffin Rudy. Sophomores-Santiago Algua Morales, Fevil De Leon and Maria Orozco. Juniors-Kathia Alvarado, Sandra Gonzalez and Elci Vara. Seniors-Neidy Alvarez, Ella Gerlach Moriera, Gerson Garcia, Alexia Wahlberg and Vicky Yah. (Truett 4/21-4/24)

SENIOR CLASS CAR WASH FUNDRAISER—will be held on Saturday, May 7th. Sign up for shifts and bake sale in LA219. (Allen 4/20-5/9)

BASEBALL TEAM NEWS—JV has won 4 games in a row and are sitting at 9-5-1 halfway through league. Varsity is on a 3 game win streak, Jack Cottrell recorded a save and also got a complete game win vs Justin Siena in his first ever Varsity start. Dogs are in 5th place and looking to make a playoff push. (Detwiler 4/25-4/28)

INTERNSHIP--There are two weeks left to turn in applications for a summer internship. Opportunities in dental, construction, business, healthcare, nonprofits and many more are available. Applications are in the CCC, deadline is May 5th. Contact Ms. Nunez if you have questions! (Nunez 4/25-4/28)

HELLO BULLDOGS!--The annual Student vs. Staff Basketball Game is rapidly approaching! YAY! This year's game is scheduled during lunch on Friday, May 26th in Gym I. See Ms. Walters with any questions. (Walters 4/20-4/26)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 4/25/17




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(T) T= B W=A(A/T) T=B F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 2017

ULTIMATE FRISBEE TEAM—will be meeting today for an hour directly after school on the football field. No experience is necessary. (4/20-4/21, 4/27-4/28)

FARMERS MARKET—is held today after school! Bring 2 reusable bags and load up on dinner for Friday night, and breakfast, lunch and dinner for Saturday and Sunday. Be kind to your hardworking parents because this can equal food worth $50-$100 dollars a month. All SRHS students are welcome. (Bryant 4/20-4/21, 4/27-4/28)

SENIORS--reminder that the MCSAA scholarship is due today. This award is for seniors who are planning to pursue careers in education. (Fernandez, 4/21).

PAPERSEED INTERNSHIP EVENT—Are you interested in girls’ rights? Do you want to learn why some girls around the world can’t get an education? Come to the Girl rising film screening today in the Hayes Theater at 5PM to see the stories of nine girls from developing countries overcoming great obstacles to obtain an education and change their fates. (4/20-4/21)

THE 2017-2018 STUDENT ELECTIONS ARE COMING. Please attend an informational lunch meeting today in LA 218. You could be the next class or ASB President, Vice-President, Secretary, or Treasurer! (Walters 4/18-4/21)

THE SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL AVID CAR WASH--is tomorrow from 8-11 am in the front parking lot. Get that wonderful clean car feeling for only $10 and know that you helped support the AVID Farmers market, the only food bank at a high school in Marin County. Again, it’s the AVID Car wash this Saturday between from 8-11 in the morning. (Bryant 4/19-4/21)

PROM TICKETS WILL BE ON SALE--beginning on Monday, April 24thTuesday, May 9th in the Student Store during brunch and lunch. Tickets are $95. Guest passes are also available in the Student Store. (Walters 4/20-5/9)

MARK YOUR CALENDARS!--Encore Presentation for 9th Graders and their parents! Please join us for an encore presentation by David Elliott form College Dream Team. This presentation is intended for both parents and students to learn all that you need to know about college as a ninth grader or as a parent of a ninth grader. Spanish translation will be available. Tuesday, April 25 at 6 pm in the library. (Gribens 4/18-4/25)

HELLO BULLDOGS!--The annual Student vs. Staff Basketball Game is rapidly approaching! YAY! This year's game is scheduled during lunch on Friday, May 26th in Gym I. See Ms. Walters with any questions. (Walters 4/20-4/26)

SENIORS--The San Rafael Rotary Scholarship is now open, the applications are in the CCC and are due to the counseling office by Wednesday, April 26th at 4pm. Stop by the CCC for more info!! (Fernandez 4/6-4/26).

SENIORS--the Mario Ghilotti Scholarship is now open for students planning to go into construction management. Applications are in the CCC and due to the counseling office on Wednesday, April 26th. (Fernandez 4/6- 4/26)

DAWG PRIDE DAY—will be held on Saturday, April 29th from 8AM to 12 Midday (morning) and 1PM to 5PM (afternoon). Lunch will be served at 12:00 for all workers (morning and afternoon). (Gebbie 4/19-4/28)

MARCH STUDENTS-OF-THE-MONTH: Freshmen-Merly Maldonado and Griffin Rudy. Sophomores-Santiago Algua Morales, Fevil De Leon and Maria Orozco. Juniors-Kathia Alvarado, Sandra Gonzalez and Elci Vara. Seniors-Neidy Alvarez, Ella Gerlach Moriera, Gerson Garcia, Alexia Wahlberg and Vicky Yah. (Truett 4/21-4/24)

SENIOR CLASS CAR WASH FUNDRAISER—will be held on Saturday, May 7th. Sign up for shifts and bake sale in LA219. (Allen 4/20-5/9)

CALLING ALL ARTISTS AT SAN RAFAEL HIGH!--The annual Agenda Cover Art Contest is here, this will be the cover for the 2017-2018 school year! Any two-dimensional artwork is accepted, submission forms will be available in the office and Mrs. Yi’s room in AR207. Feel free to swing by for more details and information. Cool prizes, art work displays and bragging rights are waiting for you! (Yi 4/19-4/21)

PARKING IN THE LOT IS NOW BEING ENFORCED--We will be re-issuing permits for student parking spots, and students will be required to possess a permit to park in the lot. Seniors and Juniors will get priority and will need to complete an application and be in good standing. Please make sure to park in a legally designated spot. Illegally parked vehicles will be ticketed and/or towed. Applications will be available Thursday from your Junior and Senior Advisory teachers or with Ms. Rodriguez in the Principal’s office. (Rodriguez4/17-4/21)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 4/21/17




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T= A(T) W=B T= A(A/T) F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

MONDAY, APRIL 24, 2017

ECO-ACTION CLUB--meeting Tuesdays at lunch in S106. Come help change the world, one action at a time. (Kalish 4/24-4/25)

MUJERS CON PODER—meeting every Tuesday in the Bulldog Theater after school. (Heredia 4/24-4/25)

PROM TICKETS WILL BE ON SALE--beginning todayTuesday, May 9th in the Student Store during brunch and lunch. Tickets are $95. Guest passes are also available in the Student Store. (Walters 4/20-5/9)

MARK YOUR CALENDARS!--Encore Presentation for 9th Graders and their parents! Please join us for an encore presentation by David Elliott form College Dream Team. This presentation is intended for both parents and students to learn all that you need to know about college as a ninth grader or as a parent of a ninth grader. Spanish translation will be available. Tuesday, April 25 at 6 pm in the library. (Gribens 4/18-4/25)

HELLO BULLDOGS!--The annual Student vs. Staff Basketball Game is rapidly approaching! YAY! This year's game is scheduled during lunch on Friday, May 26th in Gym I. See Ms. Walters with any questions. (Walters 4/20-4/26)

SENIORS--The San Rafael Rotary Scholarship is now open, the applications are in the CCC and are due to the counseling office by Wednesday, April 26th at 4pm. Stop by the CCC for more info!! (Fernandez 4/6-4/26).

SENIORS--the Mario Ghilotti Scholarship is now open for students planning to go into construction management. Applications are in the CCC and due to the counseling office on Wednesday, April 26th. (Fernandez 4/6- 4/26)

DAWG PRIDE DAY—will be held on Saturday, April 29th from 8AM to 12 Midday (morning) and 1PM to 5PM (afternoon). Lunch will be served at 12:00 for all workers (morning and afternoon). (Gebbie 4/19-4/28)

JUNIORS AND SENIORS—Are you interested in taking on the teachers? The student vs. staff basketball game will be held at lunch on Friday, May 26th in Gym I. Sign-ups are in front of the Student Store. (Walters 4/24-5/20)

MARCH STUDENTS-OF-THE-MONTH: Freshmen-Merly Maldonado and Griffin Rudy. Sophomores-Santiago Algua Morales, Fevil De Leon and Maria Orozco. Juniors-Kathia Alvarado, Sandra Gonzalez and Elci Vara. Seniors-Neidy Alvarez, Ella Gerlach Moriera, Gerson Garcia, Alexia Wahlberg and Vicky Yah. (Truett 4/21-4/24)

SENIOR CLASS CAR WASH FUNDRAISER—will be held on Saturday, May 7th. Sign up for shifts and bake sale in LA219. (Allen 4/20-5/9

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 4/21/17




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(T) T= B W=A(A/T) T=B F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 2017

JUNIOR CLASS MEETING—today at lunch in SC101. We will be talking about prom venues. (Walters 4/17-4/20)

SR IN PREPARATION FOR THE STADIUM CONSTRUCTION TO BEGIN ON MAY 1, 2017--the stadium will be sealed/locked up today. SR students, staff and the public will not have any further access, at any time, until the new stadium opens in November of 2017. Thank you! (Galli 3/30-4/20)

ULTIMATE FRISBEE TEAM—Will be meeting on Fridays for an hour directly after school on the football field. No experience is necessary. (4/20-4/21, 4/27-4/28) (Run Thursdays and Fridays)

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. Be kind to your hardworking parents because this can equal food worth $50-$100 dollars a month. All SRHS students are welcome. (Bryant 4/20-4/21, 4/27-4/28)

PAPERSEED INTERNSHIP EVENT—Are you interested in girls’ rights? Do you want to learn why some girls around the world can’t get an education? Come to the Girl rising film screening on Friday, April 21st in the Hayes Theater at 5PM to see the stories of nine girls from developing countries overcoming great obstacles to obtain an education and change their fates. (4/20-4/21)

THE 2017-2018 STUDENT ELECTIONS ARE COMING. Please attend an informational lunch meeting on Friday, April 21st in LA 218. You could be the next class or ASB President, Vice-President, Secretary, or Treasurer! (Walters 4/18-4/21)

THE SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL AVID CAR WASH--is this Saturday from 8-11 am in the front parking lot. Get that wonderful clean car feeling for only $10 and know that you helped support the AVID Farmers market, the only food bank at a high school in Marin County. Again, it’s the AVID Car wash this Saturday between from 8-11 in the morning. (Bryant 4/19-4/21)

PROM TICKETS WILL BE ON SALE--beginning on Monday, April 24thTuesday, May 9th in the Student Store during brunch and lunch. Tickets are $95. Guest passes are also available in the Student Store. (Walters 4/20-5/9)

MARK YOUR CALENDARS!--Encore Presentation for 9th Graders and their parents! Please join us for an encore presentation by David Elliott form College Dream Team. This presentation is intended for both parents and students to learn all that you need to know about college as a ninth grader or as a parent of a ninth grader. Spanish translation will be available. Tuesday, April 25 at 6 pm in the library. (Gribens 4/18-4/25)

HELLO BULLDOGS!--The annual Student vs. Staff Basketball Game is rapidly approaching! YAY! This year's game is scheduled during lunch on Friday, May 26th in Gym I. See Ms. Walters with any questions. (Walters 4/20-4/26)

SENIORS--The San Rafael Rotary Scholarship is now open, the applications are in the CCC and are due to the counseling office by Wednesday, April 26th at 4pm. Stop by the CCC for more info!! (Fernandez 4/6-4/26).

SENIORS--the Mario Ghilotti Scholarship is now open for students planning to go into construction management. Applications are in the CCC and due to the counseling office on Wednesday, April 26th. (Fernandez 4/6- 4/26)

DAWG PRIDE DAY—will be held on Saturday, April 29th from 8AM to 12 Midday (morning) and 1PM to 5PM (afternoon). Lunch will be served at 12:00 for all workers (morning and afternoon). (Gebbie 4/19-4/28)

SENIOR CLASS CAR WASH FUNDRAISER—will be held on Saturday, May 7th. Sign up for shifts and bake sale in LA219. (Allen 4/20-5/9)

CALLING ALL ARTISTS AT SAN RAFAEL HIGH!--The annual Agenda Cover Art Contest is here, this will be the cover for the 2017-2018 school year! Any two-dimensional artwork is accepted, submission forms will be available in the office and Mrs. Yi’s room in AR207. Feel free to swing by for more details and information. Cool prizes, art work displays and bragging rights are waiting for you! (Yi 4/19-4/21)

PARKING IN THE LOT IS NOW BEING ENFORCED--We will be re-issuing permits for student parking spots, and students will be required to possess a permit to park in the lot. Seniors and Juniors will get priority and will need to complete an application and be in good standing. Please make sure to park in a legally designated spot. Illegally parked vehicles will be ticketed and/or towed. Applications will be available Thursday from your Junior and Senior Advisory teachers or with Ms. Rodriguez in the Principal’s office. (Rodriguez4/17-4/21)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 4/20/17




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(T) T= B W=A(A/T) T=B F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 2017

INTERACT CLUB— Interested in Volunteer opportunities? Come to the Interact Club today at lunch in S106. (Kalish 4/18-4/19, 4/25-4/26)

STAND UP TO CANCER CLUB—is meeting at Lunch today in LA219. (Allan 4/19, 4/26)

HAVE YOU ALWAYS BEEN INTERESTED IN CHEERLEADING?--Maybe you're a gymnast looking for a change? Do you want to be part of a National Champion Coed Cheerleading Program? If so, you won't want to miss your chance to learn more about cheerleading at SRHS! We are looking for hard working young men and women to add to our teams for the 2017-2018 season! Come to the information meeting today at 5 pm in the SRHS Dance Room, meet the coach and find out all the details about our upcoming tryout process. We can't wait to meet you! (Hoch 4/17-4/19)

SENIORS--If you are planning to attend COM next year please sign up for your placement test happening today. Sign-ups are in the CCC, you can't test without signing up! (Fernandez 4/5-4/19)

JUNIOR CLASS MEETING—on Thursday, April 20 at lunch in SC101. We will be talking about prom venues. (Walters 4/17-4/20)

THE 2017-2018 STUDENT ELECTIONS ARE COMING. Please attend an informational lunch meeting on Friday, April 21st in LA 218. You could be the next class or ASB President, Vice-President, Secretary, or Treasurer! (Walters 4/18-4/21)

MARK YOUR CALENDARS!--Encore Presentation for 9th Graders and their parents! Please join us for an encore presentation by David Elliott form College Dream Team. This presentation is intended for both parents and students to learn all that you need to know about college as a ninth grader or as a parent of a ninth grader. Spanish translation will be available. Tuesday, April 25 at 6 pm in the library. (Gribens 4/18-4/25)

SENIORS--The San Rafael Rotary Scholarship is now open, the applications are in the CCC and are due to the counseling office by Wednesday, April 26th at 4pm. Stop by the CCC for more info!! (Fernandez 4/6-4/26).

SENIORS--the Mario Ghilotti Scholarship is now open for students planning to go into construction management. Applications are in the CCC and due to the counseling office on Wednesday, April 26th. (Fernandez 4/6- 4/26)

DAWG PRIDE DAY—will be held on Saturday, April 29th from 8AM to 12 Midday (morning) and 1PM to 5PM (afternoon). Lunch will be served at 12:00 for all workers (morning and afternoon). (Gebbie 4/19-4/28)

CALLING ALL ARTISTS AT SAN RAFAEL HIGH!--The annual Agenda Cover Art Contest is here, this will be the cover for the 2017-2018 school year! Any two-dimensional artwork is accepted, submission forms will be available in the office and Mrs. Yi’s room in AR207. Feel free to swing by for more details and information. Cool prizes, art work displays and bragging rights are waiting for you! (Yi 4/19-4/21)

PARKING IN THE LOT IS NOW BEING ENFORCED--We will be re-issuing permits for student parking spots, and students will be required to possess a permit to park in the lot. Seniors and Juniors will get priority and will need to complete an application and be in good standing. Please make sure to park in a legally designated spot. Illegally parked vehicles will be ticketed and/or towed. Applications will be available

Thursday from your Junior and Senior Advisory teachers or with Ms. Rodriguez in the Principal’s office. (Rodriguez4/17-4/21)

SR IN PREPARATION FOR THE STADIUM CONSTRUCTION TO BEGIN ON MAY 1, 2017--the stadium will be sealed/locked up on April 20, 2017. SR students, staff and the public will not have any further access, at any time, until the new stadium opens in November of 2017. Thank you! (Galli 3/30-4/19

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 4/19/17




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(T) T= B W=A(A/T) T=B F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

TUESDAY, APRIL 18, 2017

ECO-ACTION CLUB—meeting today at lunch in S106. Come help change the world, one action at a time. (Kalish 4/3-4/4, 4/17-4/18, 4/24-4/25)

MUJERS CON PODER—meeting today in the Bulldog Theater after school. (Heredia 4/17-4/18, 4/24-4/25)

CAR WASH FUNDRAISER—for the Senior Class on Saturday, April 23rd. Sign up in LA219 for shifts and bake sale. (Walters 4/17-4/21)

INTERACT CLUB— Interested in Volunteer opportunities? Come to the Interact Club Wednesday at lunch in S106. (Kalish 4/18-4/19, 4/25-4/26)

JUNIOR CLASS MEETING—on Thursday, April 20 at lunch in SC101. We will be talking about prom venues. (Walters 4/17-4/20)

HAVE YOU ALWAYS BEEN INTERESTED IN CHEERLEADING?--Maybe you're a gymnast looking for a change? Do you want to be part of a National Champion Coed Cheerleading Program? If so, you won't want to miss your chance to learn more about cheerleading at SRHS! We are looking for hard working young men and women to add to our teams for the 2017-2018 season! Come to the information meeting Wednesday, April 19 at 5 pm in the SRHS Dance Room, meet the coach and find out all the details about our upcoming tryout process. We can't wait to meet you! (Hoch 4/17-4/19

SENIORS--If you are planning to attend COM next year please sign up for your placement test happening on Wednesday, April 19th. Sign-ups are in the CCC, you can't test without signing up! (Fernandez 4/5-4/19)

THE 2017-2018 STUDENT ELECTIONS ARE COMING. Please attend an informational lunch meeting on Friday, April 21st in LA 218. You could be the next class or ASB President, Vice-President, Secretary, or Treasurer! (Walters 4/18-4/21)

MARK YOUR CALENDARS!--Encore Presentation for 9th Graders and their parents! Please join us for an encore presentation by David Elliott form College Dream Team. This presentation is intended for both parents and students to learn all that you need to know about college as a ninth grader or as a parent of a ninth grader. Spanish translation will be available. Tuesday, April 25 at 6 pm in the library. (Gribens 4/18-4/25)

PARKING IN THE LOT IS NOW BEING ENFORCED--We will be re-issuing permits for student parking spots, and students will be required to possess a permit to park in the lot. Seniors and Juniors will get priority and will need to complete an application and be in good standing. Please make sure to park in a legally designated spot. Illegally parked vehicles will be ticketed and/or towed. Applications will be available Thursday from your Junior and Senior Advisory teachers or with Ms. Rodriguez in the Principal’s office. (Rodriguez4/17-4/21)

SENIORS--The San Rafael Rotary Scholarship is now open, the applications are in the CCC and are due to the counseling office by Wednesday, April 26th at 4pm. Stop by the CCC for more info!! (Fernandez 4/6-4/26).

SENIORS--the Mario Ghilotti Scholarship is now open for students planning to go into construction management. Applications are in the CCC and due to the counseling office on Wednesday, April 26th. (Fernandez 4/6- 4/26)

SR IN PREPARATION FOR THE STADIUM CONSTRUCTION TO BEGIN ON MAY 1, 2017--the stadium will be sealed/locked up on April 20, 2017. SR students, staff and the public will not have any further access, at any time, until the new stadium opens in November of 2017. Thank you! (Galli 3/30-4/19)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 4/18/17




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T= A(A/T) W=B T=A(A/T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

MONDAY, APRIL 17, 2017

WELCOME BACK!

ECO-ACTION CLUB--meeting Tuesdays at lunch in S106. Come help change the world, one action at a time. (Kalish 4/3-4/4, 4/17-4/18, 4/24-4/25)

MUJERS CON PODER—meeting every Tuesday in the Bulldog Theater after school. (Heredia 4/17-4/18, 4/24-4/25)

CAR WASH FUNDRAISER—for the Senior Class on Saturday, April 23rd. Sign up in LA219 for shifts and bake sale. (Walters 4/17-4/21)

JUNIOR CLASS MEETING—on Thursday, April 20 at lunch in SC101. We will be talking about prom venues. (Walters 4/17-4/20)

HAVE YOU ALWAYS BEEN INTERESTED IN CHEERLEADING?--Maybe you're a gymnast looking for a change? Do you want to be part of a National Champion Coed Cheerleading Program? If so, you won't want to miss your chance to learn more about cheerleading at SRHS! We are looking for hard working young men and women to add to our teams for the 2017-2018 season! Come to the information meeting Wednesday, April 19 at 5 pm in the SRHS Dance Room, meet the coach and find out all the details about our upcoming tryout process. We can't wait to meet you! (Hoch 4/17-4/19

PARKING IN THE LOT IS NOW BEING ENFORCED--We will be re-issuing permits for student parking spots, and students will be required to possess a permit to park in the lot. Seniors and Juniors will get priority and will need to complete an application and be in good standing. Please make sure to park in a legally designated spot. Illegally parked vehicles will be ticketed and/or towed. Applications will be available Thursday from your Junior and Senior Advisory teachers or with Ms. Rodriguez in the Principal’s office. (Rodriguez4/17-4/21)

SENIORS--If you are planning to attend COM next year please sign up for your placement test happening on Wednesday, April 19th. Sign-ups are in the CCC, you can't test without signing up! (Fernandez 4/5-4/19)

SENIORS--The San Rafael Rotary Scholarship is now open, the applications are in the CCC and are due to the counseling office by Wednesday, April 26th at 4pm. Stop by the CCC for more info!! (Fernandez 4/6-4/26).

SENIORS--the Mario Ghilotti Scholarship is now open for students planning to go into construction management. Applications are in the CCC and due to the counseling office on Wednesday April 26th. (Fernandez 4/6- 4/26)

SENIORS GOING TO COM--on Monday, April 17th there will be a free test practice session in the CCC after school. Snacks will be provided! Don't miss out on studying before the real placement test on the 19th! (Fernandez, 4/5-4/17).

SR IN PREPARATION FOR THE STADIUM CONSTRUCTION TO BEGIN ON MAY 1, 2017--the stadium will be sealed/locked up on April 20, 2017. SR students, staff and the public will not have any further access, at any time, until the new stadium opens in November of 2017. Thank you! (Galli 3/30-4/19

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Published: 4/17/17




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T= A(A/T) W=B T=A(A/T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 2017

HAVE A WONDERFUL SPRING BREAK

TODAY’S AND SATURDAY’S GAMES-- Mt. Bike Pre-Ride @Granite Bay (Early Release 12p). Saturday--Frosh Baseball @TL 11am and Mt. Bike @Granite Bay. (Galli 4/7)

SPIRIT WEEK—Today is Extreme Red and White day. (Walters 4/3-4/7)

SENIOR CLASS MEETING-today during lunch in LA219. (Walters 4/4-4/6)

GSA DANCE—will be in the Bulldog Theater tonight around 6PM. Don’t miss this fun event. (Javier 4/6-4/7)

RESTORATION DAY—is tomorrow in Mill Valley. See Kalish to sign up. Everyone is welcome. (Kalish 4/4-4/7)

INTERESTED IN ENGINEERING, OR SOLAR SCIENCE?--Pick up an application for a trip to Sun Power Engineering take a tour and meet engineering professionals. Applications in the CCC deadline is today! (Nunez 4/5-4/7)

ULTIMATE FRISBEE TEAM—will be meeting today for an hour directly after school on the football field. No experience is necessary. (4/6-4/7, 4/20-4/21, 4/27-4/28) (Run Thursdays and Fridays)

FARMERS MARKET—is held today after school! Bring 2 reusable bags and load up on dinner for Friday night, and breakfast, lunch and dinner for Saturday and Sunday. Be kind to your hardworking parents because this can equal food worth $50-$100 dollars a month. All SRHS students are welcome. (Bryant 4/6-4/7, 4/20-4/21, 4/27-4/28)

PARKING WILL BE ENFORCED AFTER THE SPRING BREAK.--We will be re-issuing permits for student parking spots, and students will be required to possess a permit to park in the lot. Seniors and Juniors will get priority and will need to complete an application and be in good standing. Please make sure to park in a legally designated spot. Illegally parked vehicles will be ticketed and/or towed. Applications will be available Thursday from your Junior and Senior Advisory teachers or with Ms. Rodriguez in the Principal’s office. (Rodriguez 4/3-4/7)

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SRHS VARSITY COED CHEERLEADING TEAM--for claiming their

very first ever National Title at the United Spirit Association National Cheerleading Championships in Anaheim this weekend! We are so proud of you! (Hoch 3/31-4/7)

THANKS TO ALL WHO DONATED TO THE PENNIES FOR PATIENTS.--As a school re raised Just over $700. The winning advisories are 1st place Madame Truett with $83.59 and 2nd place Mrs. Farrell with $52.36. (Gonzalez 4/6-4/7)

SENIORS--If you are planning to attend COM next year please sign up for your placement test happening on Wednesday, April 19th. Sign-ups are in the CCC, you can't test without signing up! (Fernandez 4/5-4/19)

SENIORS--The San Rafael Rotary Scholarship is now open, the applications are in the CCC and are due to the counseling office by Wednesday, April 26th at 4pm. Stop by the CCC for more info!! (Fernandez 4/6-4/26).

SENIORS--the Mario Ghilotti Scholarship is now open for students planning to go into construction management. Applications are in the CCC and due to the counseling office on Wednesday April 26th. (Fernandez 4/6- 4/26)

SENIORS GOING TO COM--on Monday, April 17th there will be a free test practice session in the CCC after school. Snacks will be provided! Don't miss out on studying before the real placement test on the 19th! (Fernandez, 4/5-4/17).

SUMMER INTERNSHIP APPLICATIONS ARE OUT IN THE CCC!--Construction, dental, healthcare, business, marketing, auto, science, and many more options available. Applications must be tuned in by May 5TH To Ms. Nunez. (Nunez 4/5)

SR IN PREPARATION FOR THE STADIUM CONSTRUCTION TO BEGIN ON MAY 1, 2017--the stadium will be sealed/locked up on April 20, 2017. SR students, staff and the public will not have any further access, at any time, until the new stadium opens in November of 2017. Thank you! (Galli 3/30-4/19

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Published: 4/7/17




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T= A(A/T) W=B T=A(A/T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 2017

TODAY’S GAMES--Golf vs Tam/MC @Mill Valley CC, 4p, Lacrosse vs Drake @SR; V 4:30p; JV 6p,

Softball @Drake; 4:30p and Swim vs Redwood @SR; 4p. The next games were moved from Friday, April 7th--Varsity Baseball @TL; 4:30p, JV Baseball vs TL @SR; 4:30p and Boys Tennis vs Novato @SR; 4p. (Galli 4/6)

SPIRIT WEEK—Today is Class day (Freshmen=farmers, Sophomores=smarty pants, Junior=jocks and Seniors=Senior citizens) and Friday is Extreme Red and White day. (Walters 4/3-4/7)

SENIOR CLASS MEETING-on Friday, April 7th during lunch in LA219. (Walters 4/4-4/6)

RESTORATION DAY—is this Saturday, April 8th in Mill Valley. See Kalish to sign up. Everyone is welcome. (Kalish 4/4-4/7)

INTERESTED IN ENGINEERING, OR SOLAR SCIENCE?--Pick up an application for a trip to Sun Power Engineering take a tour and meet engineering professionals. Applications in the CCC deadline is April 7th! (Nunez 4/5-4/7)

ULTIMATE FRISBEE TEAM—Will be meeting on Fridays for an hour directly after school on the football field. No experience is necessary. (4/6-4/7, 4/20-4/21, 4/27-4/28) (Run Thursdays and Fridays)

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. Be kind to your hardworking parents because this can equal food worth $50-$100 dollars a month. All SRHS students are welcome. (Bryant 4/6-4/7, 4/20-4/21, 4/27-4/28)

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SRHS VARSITY COED CHEERLEADING TEAM--for claiming their

very first ever National Title at the United Spirit Association National Cheerleading Championships in Anaheim this weekend! We are so proud of you! (Hoch 3/31-4/7)

COLLEGE NIGHT IS TONIGHT AT 6:00 PM--College night for Juniors and their families is an important event to learn directly from college reps how to prepare and apply for the 4 different systems. Visitors from UC Berkeley, CSU Sonoma, College of Marin and Dominican will be there to inform and inspire you and answer everyone's pressing questions before counselors begin Junior Conferences! This event is for Parents AND Students so BE THERE! (Zimmerman 3/31-4/6)

THANKS TO ALL WHO DONATED TO THE PENNIES FOR PATIENTS.--As a school re raised Just over $700. The winning advisories are 1st place Madame Truett with $83.59 and 2nd place Mrs. Farrell with $52.36. (Gonzalez 4/6-4/7)

SENIORS--If you are planning to attend COM next year please sign up for your placement test happening on Wednesday, April 19th. Sign-ups are in the CCC, you can't test without signing up! (Fernandez 4/5-4/19)

SENIORS--The San Rafael Rotary Scholarship is now open, the applications are in the CCC and are due to the counseling office by Wednesday, April 26th at 4pm. Stop by the CCC for more info!! (Fernandez 4/6-4/26).

SENIORS--the Mario Ghilotti Scholarship is now open for students planning to go into construction management. Applications are in the CCC and due to the counseling office on Wednesday April 26th. (Fernandez 4/6- 4/26)

SENIORS GOING TO COM--on Monday, April 17th there will be a free test practice session in the CCC after school. Snacks will be provided! Don't miss out on studying before the real placement test on the 19th! (Fernandez, 4/5-4/17).

SUMMER INTERNSHIP APPLICATIONS ARE OUT IN THE CCC!--Construction, dental, healthcare, business, marketing, auto, science, and many more options available. Applications must be tuned in by May 5TH To Ms. Nunez. (Nunez 4/5)

SR IN PREPARATION FOR THE STADIUM CONSTRUCTION TO BEGIN ON MAY 1, 2017--the stadium will be sealed/locked up on April 20, 2017. SR students, staff and the public will not have any further access, at any time, until the new stadium opens in November of 2017. Thank you! (Galli 3/30-4/19

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Published: 4/6/17




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T= A(A/T) W=B T=A(A/T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 2017

TODAY’S GAMES--Track Tri-meet MC and Tam @Tam; 4p (Early Release 2:30p). (Galli 4/5)

SPIRIT WEEK—Today is Wacky Wednesday (fashion disaster), Thursday is Class day (Freshmen=farmers, Sophomores=smarty pants, Junior=jocks and Seniors=Senior citizens) and Friday is Extreme Red and White day. (Walters 4/3-4/7)

STAND UP TO CANCER CLUB—is meeting at Lunch today in LA219. (Allan 4/5, 4/19, 4/26)

INTERACT CLUB— Interested in Volunteer opportunities? Come to the Interact Club today at lunch in S106. (Kalish 3/21, 3/27-3/28, 4/4-4/5, 4/18-4/19, 4/25-4/26)

SENIOR CLASS MEETING-on Friday, April 7th during lunch in LA219. (Walters 4/4-4/6)

RESTORATION DAY—is this Saturday, April 8th in Mill Valley. See Kalish to sign up. Everyone is welcome. (Kalish 4/4-4/7)

ALL GIRLS BASKETBALL PLAYERS--interested in spring open gyms, conditioning and summer league, please attend a meeting on today at lunch in Gym 1. See Ms. Healy with questions. (Healy 4/5)

LOST PHONES—Anyone who lost a phone within the last two months please check with Ben Johnson, our security officer. He may have your lost phone. (Johnson 4/4-4/5)

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SRHS VARSITY COED CHEERLEADING TEAM--for claiming their very first ever National Title at the United Spirit Association National Cheerleading Championships in Anaheim this weekend! We are so proud of you! (Hoch 3/31-4/7)

COLLEGE NIGHT IS ON THURSDAY, APRIL 6TH AT 6:00 PM--College night for Juniors and their families is an important event to learn directly from college reps how to prepare and apply for the 4 different systems. Visitors from UC Berkeley, CSU Sonoma, College of Marin and Dominican will be there to inform and inspire you and answer everyone's pressing questions before counselors begin Junior Conferences! This event is for Parents AND Students so BE THERE! (Zimmerman 3/31-4/6)

SUMMER INTERNSHIP APPLICATIONS ARE OUT IN THE CCC!--Construction, dental, healthcare, business, marketing, auto, science, and many more options available. Applications must be tuned in by May 5TH To Ms. Nunez. (Nunez 4/5)

INTERESTED IN ENGINEERING, OR SOLAR SCIENCE?--Pick up an application for a trip to Sun Power Engineering take a tour and meet engineering professionals. Applications in the CCC deadline is April 7th! (Nunez 4/5-4/7)

SR IN PREPARATION FOR THE STADIUM CONSTRUCTION TO BEGIN ON MAY 1, 2017--the stadium will be sealed/locked up on April 20, 2017. SR students, staff and the public will not have any further access, at any time, until the new stadium opens in November of 2017. Thank you! (Galli 3/30-4/19)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 4/5/17




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T= A(A/T) W=B T=A(A/T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

TUESDAY, APRIL 4, 2017

TODAY’S GAMES--Baseball vs Drake - Varsity @Alberts Park 7p; JV @Drake, 4:30p; Frosh @SR 4:30p, Golf vs Drake @Peacock, 4p, Lacrosse @Justin Siena; V 4:30p (Early Release 2:25p) and

Boys Tennis vs MC @SR; 4p. (Galli 4/4)

SPIRIT WEEK—Today is ‘Dress like your favorite staff member’ day, Wednesday is Wacky Wednesday (fashion disaster), Thursday is Class day (Freshmen=farmers, Sophomores=smarty pants, Junior=jocks and Seniors=Senior citizens) and Friday is Extreme Red and White day. (Walters 4/3-4/7)

GSA-THE GENDER AND SEXUALITY ALLIANCE--Come to our meeting today in SC102 at Lunch. (Sloneker 3/28, 4/4, 4/18, 4/25) Run Tuesdays

SR IS OFFERING ACT PREP COURSES— today from 3:30-6:30 in LA201. The sign- up sheet is in the Counseling office and the CCC. (Trimble 3/13-4/4)

THE COLLEGE DREAM PROGRAM--will be hosting a pizza lunch with an information session about its counseling program at COM today. Come learn about how they guide students through the entire community college process including transferring to 4-year schools. (Fernandez, 3/29-4/4)

SENIOR CLASS MEETING-on Friday, April 7th during lunch in LA219. (Walters 4/4-4/6)

INTERACT CLUB— Interested in Volunteer opportunities? Come to the Interact Club Wednesday at lunch in S106. (Kalish 3/21, 3/27-3/28, 4/4-4/5, 4/18-4/19, 4/25-4/26)

RESTORATION DAY—is this Saturday, April 8th in Mill Valley. See Kalish to sign up. Everyone is welcome. (Kalish 4/4-4/7)

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SRHS VARSITY COED CHEERLEADING TEAM--for claiming their very first ever National Title at the United Spirit Association National Cheerleading Championships in Anaheim this weekend! We are so proud of you! (Hoch 3/31-4/7)

COLLEGE NIGHT IS ON THURSDAY, APRIL 6TH AT 6:00 PM--College night for Juniors and their families is an important event to learn directly from college reps how to prepare and apply for the 4 different systems. Visitors from UC Berkeley, CSU Sonoma, College of Marin and Dominican will be there to inform and inspire you and answer everyone's pressing questions before counselors begin Junior Conferences! This event is for Parents AND Students so BE THERE! (Zimmerman 3/31-4/6)

SR IN PREPARATION FOR THE STADIUM CONSTRUCTION TO BEGIN ON MAY 1, 2017--the stadium will be sealed/locked up on April 20, 2017. SR students, staff and the public will not have any further access, at any time, until the new stadium opens in November of 2017. Thank you! (Galli 3/30-4/19

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 4/4/17




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T= A(A/T) W=B T=A(A/T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

MONDAY, APRIL 3, 2017

SPIRIT WEEK—Today is PJ day, Tuesday is Dress like your favorite staff member day, Wednesday is Wacky Wednesday (fashion disaster), Thursday is Class day (Freshmen=farmers, Sophomores=smarty pants, Junior=jocks and Seniors=Senior citizens) and Friday is Extreme Red and White day. (Walters 4/3-4/7)

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SRHS VARSITY COED CHEERLEADING TEAM--for claiming their very first ever National Title at the United Spirit Association National Cheerleading Championships in Anaheim this weekend! We are so proud of you! (Hoch 3/31-4/7)

COLLEGE NIGHT IS ON THURSDAY, APRIL 6TH AT 6:00 PM--College night for Juniors and their families is an important event to learn directly from college reps how to prepare and apply for the 4 different systems. Visitors from UC Berkeley, CSU Sonoma, College of Marin and Dominican will be there to inform and inspire you and answer everyone's pressing questions before counselors begin Junior Conferences! This event is for Parents AND Students so BE THERE! (Zimmerman 3/31-4/6)

SR IN PREPARATION FOR THE STADIUM CONSTRUCTION TO BEGIN ON MAY 1, 2017--the stadium will be sealed/locked up on April 20, 2017. SR students, staff and the public will not have any further access, at any time, until the new stadium opens in November of 2017. Thank you! (Galli 3/30-4/19)

SR IS OFFERING ACT PREP COURSES— on Tuesday, April 4th from 3:30-6:30 in LA201. The sign- up sheet is in the Counseling office and the CCC. (Trimble 3/13-4/4)

THE COLLEGE DREAM PROGRAM--will be hosting a pizza lunch with an information session about its counseling program at COM on Tuesday, April 4th. Come learn about how they guide students through the entire community college process including transferring to 4-year schools. (Fernandez, 3/29-4/4)

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Published: 4/3/17




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(T) T=B W=A(A/T) T=B F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 2017

TODAY’S GAMES--Baseball vs San Marin; V @San Marin 4:30p; JV @SR 4:30p, Lacrosse vs. Sacred Heart @ SR, JV 4:30 and V 6:00 and Swim @TL 4:00. (Galli 3/31)

ULTIMATE FRISBEE TEAM—Will be meeting today for an hour directly after school on the football field. No experience is necessary. ( 3/30-3/31, 4/6-4/7, 4/20-4/21, 4/27-4/28)

FARMERS MARKET—is held today after school! Bring 2 reusable bags and load up on dinner for Friday night, and breakfast, lunch and dinner for Saturday and Sunday. Be kind to your hardworking parents because this can equal food worth $50-$100 dollars a month. All SRHS students are welcome. (Bryant 3/30-3/31, 4/6-4/7, 4/20-4/21, 4/27-4/28)

COMMUNITY SERVICE--Come to the garden afterschool today and Sunday 10 am-1 pm for a Garden workday. Snacks will be provided. (Kalish 3/29-3/31)

HIKING CLUB--If you'd like to go on this Friday's hike please come to the CCC to sign up on the clipboard. Space is limited, so sign up now if you can! Ms. Fernandez has extra permission slips available. Bring water and wear comfortable shoes. (Fernandez, 3/27-3/31)

"DOODLE-OODLE-OODLE!"--(lyric from GUYS and DOLLS) The GUYS and DOLLS fun continues tonight in our theatre with crap shooting gamblers, Hot Box dancers, New York crooks and Salvation Army reformers who will rock the stage; our cast and crew are ready to entertain you. Get your advanced purchase half price tickets (which are good for any show) today at the student store, only $5. See you there! (Deamer 3/31)

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SRHS VARSITY COED CHEERLEADING TEAM--for claiming their very first ever National Title at the United Spirit Association National Cheerleading Championships in Anaheim this weekend! We are so proud of you! (Hoch 3/31-4/7)

SR IN PREPARATION FOR THE STADIUM CONSTRUCTION TO BEGIN ON MAY 1, 2017--the stadium will be sealed/locked up on April 20, 2017. SR students, staff and the public will not have any further access, at any time, until the new stadium opens in November of 2017. Thank you! (Galli 3/30-4/19)

JUNIORS AND SOPHOMORES--Come to College Night on Thursday 4/6 at 6:00pm in the Auditorium. Admissions Reps from the UC, CSU, Private, and Community College systems will be there to talk about how to apply and what you can do now to be ready in the future. It's an interesting and useful night for all 11th graders no matter what you are planning to do after High School. Be there!! (Zimmerman 3/29-4/6)

SR IS OFFERING ACT PREP COURSES— on Tuesday, April 4th from 3:30-6:30 in LA201. The sign- up sheet is in the Counseling office and the CCC. (Trimble 3/13-3/29)

THE COLLEGE DREAM PROGRAM--will be hosting a pizza lunch with an information session about its counseling program at COM on Tuesday, April 4th. Come learn about how they guide students through the entire community college process including transferring to 4-year schools. (Fernandez, 3/29-4/4)

ALL FACULTY, STAFF, AND ADMINISTRATION--Poisson [pwahSSOHN] d'Avril [dahVREEL], the French version of April Fool's Day, will be celebrated on Friday, March 31st. Get ready to be fished. (Truett 3/27-3/30)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 3/31/17




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(T) T=B W=A(A/T) T=B F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 2017

TODAY’S GAMES--Golf vs Justin Siena @Napa Valley CC, 4p (Early Release 1:30p), Frosh Baseball @San Marin 4:30p (Early release 3:00), Softball vs San Marin @SR; 4:30p (Early Release 3:15p) and Boys Tennis @Justin Siena; 4p (Early Release 2:00). (Galli 3/30)

"WHEN YOU SEE A GUY REACH FOR STARS IN THE SKY "--(lyric from GUYS and DOLLS) Tonight is opening night for our musical, GUYS and DOLLS -that's tonight at 7:30. You can also see the show tomorrow night or Saturday at 7:30 or at the special 2:00 Sunday matinee where seniors are honored. Tickets may be used at any of the four shows, AND tickets purchased in advance at the student store are half price, only $5. See you there! (Deamer 3/30)

ULTIMATE FRISBEE TEAM—Will be meeting on Fridays for an hour directly after school on the football field. No experience is necessary. ( 3/30-3/31, 4/6-4/7, 4/20-4/21, 4/27-4/28)

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. Be kind to your hardworking parents because this can equal food worth $50-$100 dollars a month. All SRHS students are welcome. (Bryant 3/30-3/31, 4/6-4/7, 4/20-4/21, 4/27-4/28)

COMMUNITY SERVICE--Come to the garden afterschool on Friday and Sunday 10 am-1 pm for a Garden workday. Snacks will be provided. (Kalish 3/29-3/31)

JUNIORS AND SOPHOMORES--Come to College Night on Thursday 4/6 at 6:00pm in the Auditorium. Admissions Reps from the UC, CSU, Private, and Community College systems will be there to talk about how to apply and what you can do now to be ready in the future. It's an interesting and useful night for all 11th graders no matter what you are planning to do after High School. Be there!! (Zimmerman 3/29-4/6)

SR IS OFFERING ACT PREP COURSES— on Tuesday, April 4th from 3:30-6:30 in LA201. The sign- up sheet is in the Counseling office and the CCC. (Trimble 3/13-3/29)

HIKING CLUB--If you'd like to go on this Friday's hike please come to the CCC to sign up on the clipboard. Space is limited, so sign up now if you can! Ms. Fernandez has extra permission slips available. Bring water and wear comfortable shoes. (Fernandez, 3/27-3/31)

THE COLLEGE DREAM PROGRAM--will be hosting a pizza lunch with an information session about its counseling program at COM on Tuesday, April 4th. Come learn about how they guide students through the entire community college process including transferring to 4-year schools. (Fernandez, 3/29-4/4)

ALL FACULTY, STAFF, AND ADMINISTRATION--Poisson [pwahSSOHN] d'Avril [dahVREEL], the French version of April Fool's Day, will be celebrated on Friday, March 31st. Get ready to be fished. (Truett 3/27-3/30)

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Published: 3/30/17




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(T) T=B W=A(A/T) T=B F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 2017

TODAY’S GAMES--Frosh Baseball @MC 4:30p, Lacrosse @Novato; V 4:30p, JV 6p, Softball @Novato; 4:30p and Boys Tennis vs Tam @SR; 4p. (Galli 3/29)

STAND UP TO CANCER CLUB—is meeting at Lunch today in LA219. (Allan 3/29, 4/5, 4/19, 4/26)

SENIOR CLASS MEETING—will be held today in LA219 during lunch. We will be talking about Prom and fundraisers. (Allen 3/23-3/29)

INTERACT CLUB— Interested in Volunteer opportunities? Come to the Interact Club today at lunch in S106. (Kalish 3/21, 3/27-3/28, 4/4-4/5, 4/18-4/19, 4/25-4/26)

CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP FEDERATION REMINDER--Your community service hours are due by May 19th, please grab your form outside of Mrs. Ayoob's classroom. Also, Senior CSF Members there will be a meeting regarding graduation orders today in LA 210. (Ayoob 3/23-3/29)

JUNIORS AND SENIORS--Graduates from the Class of 2016 are returning to SR today during Advisory to talk about their first-year college experiences! Come hear what students at Berkeley, UCLA, San Diego State, San Jose State, University of Colorado at Boulder and COM have to say about college life and they will answer any questions you have. Sign up in the CCC. (Leary 3/23-3/29)

SR IS OFFERING ACT PREP COURSES— Today from 3:30-6:30 and Tuesday, April 4th from 3:30-6:30. Both will be in LA201. The sign- up sheet is in the Counseling office and the CCC. (Trimble 3/13-3/29)

HIKING CLUB--If you'd like to go on this Friday's hike please come to the CCC to sign up on the clipboard. Space is limited, so sign up now if you can! Ms. Fernandez has extra permission slips available. Bring water and wear comfortable shoes. (Fernandez, 3/27-3/31)

THE COLLEGE DREAM PROGRAM--will be hosting a pizza lunch with an information session about its counseling program at COM on Tuesday, April 4th. Come learn about how they guide students through the entire community college process including transferring to 4-year schools. (Fernandez, 3/29-4/4)

ALL FACULTY, STAFF, AND ADMINISTRATION--Poisson [pwahSSOHN] d'Avril [dahVREEL], the French version of April Fool's Day, will be celebrated on Friday, March 31st. Get ready to be fished. (Truett 3/27-3/30)

SIT DOWN, YOU'RE ROCKIN' THE BOAT!"--(lyric from GUYS and DOLLS) You won't want to miss GUYS and DOLLS! Crap shooting gamblers, Hot Box dancers, New York scam artists and reformers fill the stage. Tickets for our musical comedy are on sale today in the student store. Tickets purchased in advance are only $5 and are good for any of the four shows: tomorrow, Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7:30 or Sunday at 2:00. Join the fun! (Deamer 3/29)

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Published: 3/29/17




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(T) T=B W=A(A/T) T=B F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

TUESDAY, MARCH 28, 2017

GSA-THE GENDER AND SEXUALITY ALLIANCE--Come to our meeting today in SC102 at Lunch. (Sloneker 3/28, 4/4, 4/18, 4/25)

ECO-ACTION CLUB--meeting today at lunch in S106. Come help change the world, one action at a time. (Kalish 3/27-3/28, 4/3-4/4, 4/17-4/18, 4/24-4/25)

MUJERS CON PODER—meeting today in the Bulldog Theater after school. (Heredia 3/27-3/28, 4/3-4/4, 4/17-4/18, 4/24-4/25)

SPECIAL EVENT FOR SENIORS--in the CCC on today at lunch. The College Dream Program will be hosting a pizza lunch with an information session about its counseling program at COM. Come learn about how we guide students through the entire community college process including transferring to 4-year schools (Fernandez, 3/23-3/28)

SENIOR CLASS MEETING—will be held on Wednesday, March 29th in LA219 during lunch. We will be talking about Prom and fundraisers. (Allen 3/23-3/29)

INTERACT CLUB— Interested in Volunteer opportunities? Come to the Interact Club Wednesday at lunch in S106. (Kalish 3/21, 3/27-3/28, 4/4-4/5, 4/18-4/19, 4/25-4/26)

CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP FEDERATION REMINDER--Your community service hours are due by May 19th, please grab your form outside of Mrs. Ayoob's classroom. Also, Senior CSF Members there will be a meeting regarding graduation orders next Wednesday, March 29th in LA 210. (Ayoob 3/23-3/29)

JUNIORS AND SENIORS--Graduates from the Class of 2016 are returning to SR on Wednesday, March 29 during Advisory to talk about their first-year college experiences! Come hear what students at Berkeley, UCLA, San Diego State, San Jose State, University of Colorado at Boulder and COM have to say about college life and they will answer any questions you have. Sign up in the CCC. (Leary 3/23-3/29)

SR IS OFFERING ACT PREP COURSES—Wednesday, March 29th from 3:30-6:30 and Tuesday, April 4th from 3:30-6:30. Both will be in LA201. The sign- up sheet is in the Counseling office and the CCC. (Trimble 3/13-3/29)

HIKING CLUB--If you'd like to go on this Friday's hike please come to the CCC to sign up on the clipboard. Space is limited, so sign up now if you can! Ms. Fernandez has extra permission slips available. Bring water and wear comfortable shoes. (Fernandez, 3/27-3/31)

ALL FACULTY, STAFF, AND ADMINISTRATION--Poisson [pwahSSOHN] d'Avril [dahVREEL], the French version of April Fool's Day, will be celebrated on Friday, March 31st. Get ready to be fished. (Truett 3/27-3/30)

"TAKE BACK YOUR MINK, TAKE BACK YOUR PEARLS!"--(lyric from GUYS and DOLLS) Tickets are now on sale at the student store for our musical comedy, GUYS and DOLLS. This award winning show features 40 student actors, 10 crew members and 11 musicians in the band. Get your advance purchase ticket at half price, only $5. Tickets may be used at any of the shows. Join us for great singing and dancing and lots of fun! (Deamer 3/28)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 3/28/17




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(T) T=B W=A(A/T) T=B F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

MONDAY, MARCH 27, 2017

ECO-ACTION CLUB--meeting Tuesdays at lunch in S106. Come help change the world, one action at a time. (Kalish 3/27-3/28, 4/3-4/4, 4/17-4/18, 4/24-4/25)

MUJERS CON PODER—meeting every Tuesday in the Bulldog Theater after school. (Heredia 3/27-3/28, 4/3-4/4, 4/17-4/18, 4/24-4/25)

"BOY, IF I WERE A DUCK, I WOULD QUACK!"--(lyric from GUYS and DOLLS) It's SHOWTIME this week for our musical, GU YS and DOLLS. Shows are Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7:30 and Sunday at 2:00. Get your ticket in advance at the student store starting tomorrow at the student store and it will be half price, only $5. Tickets may be used at any of the four shows. (Deamer 3/27)

SENIOR CLASS MEETING—will be held on Wednesday, March 29th in LA219 during lunch. We will be talking about Prom and fundraisers. (Allen 3/23-3/29)

ALL FACULTY, STAFF, AND ADMINISTRATION--Poisson [pwahSSOHN] d'Avril [dahVREEL], the French version of April Fool's Day, will be celebrated on Friday, March 31st. Get ready to be fished. (Truett 3/27-3/30)

CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP FEDERATION REMINDER--Your community service hours are due by May 19th, please grab your form outside of Mrs. Ayoob's classroom. Also, Senior CSF Members there will be a meeting regarding graduation orders next Wednesday, March 29th in LA 210. (Ayoob 3/23-3/29)

SPECIAL EVENT FOR SENIORS--in the CCC on Tuesday March 28th at lunch. The College Dream Program will be hosting a pizza lunch with an information session about its counseling program at COM. Come learn about how we guide students through the entire community college process including transferring to 4-year schools (Fernandez, 3/23-3/28)

SR IS OFFERING ACT PREP COURSES—Wednesday, March 29th from 3:30-6:30 and Tuesday, April 4th from 3:30-6:30. Both will be in LA201. The sign- up sheet is in the Counseling office and the CCC. (Trimble 3/13-3/29)

JUNIORS AND SENIORS--Graduates from the Class of 2016 are returning to SR on Wednesday, March 29 during Advisory to talk about their first-year college experiences! Come hear what students at Berkeley, UCLA, San Diego State, San Jose State, University of Colorado at Boulder and COM have to say about college life and they will answer any questions you have. Sign up in the CCC. (Leary 3/23-3/29)

SENIORS--if you are planning to go to College of Marin please come to an application session on Monday March 27th during advisory in LA 213. Please sign up in the CCC beforehand. (Fernandez, 3/21-3/27

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 3/27/17




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=NO SCHOOL T=A(T) W=B T= A(A/T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 2017

TODAY’S AND SUNDAY’S GAMES--Varsity Baseball vs Tam @ Albert Park, 7p, Baseball vs Tam; V @Albert Park, 7p, JV @ Tam 4:30p (Early Release 3p), Frosh @ SR 4:30p, Swim @Tam; 4p (Early Release 3p) and Boys Tennis @ TL; 4p (Early Release 3p). Sunday-Mt. Bike @Fort Ord. (Galli 3/24)

STUDENT TOUR—until 11:50 today. Welcome to all our visiting 8th graders. (Administration 3/24)

ULTIMATE FRISBEE TEAM—Will be meeting today for an hour directly after school on the football field. No experience is necessary. ( 3/23-3/24, 3/30-3/31)

FARMERS MARKET—is held today after school! Bring 2 reusable bags and load up on dinner for Friday night, and breakfast, lunch and dinner for Saturday and Sunday. Be kind to your hardworking parents because this can equal food worth $50-$100 dollars a month. All SRHS students are welcome. (Bryant 3/23-3/24, 3/30-3/31)

AP TEST REGISTRATION--in the Student Store during brunch and lunch. Deadline is today. No exceptions. (McKenna 3/21-3/24)

COMPASS STUDENTS--Reminder that there is a parent meeting in the library today at 6pm. (Fernandez, 3/24)

RESTORATION TRIP--tomorrow. Meet at the front of the school at 9:20. See Kalish (s106) for more details and to sign up. (Kalish 3/21-3/24)

"I GOT THE HORSE RIGHT HERE!"--(lyric from GUYS and DOLLS) Tickets go on sale next week for our spring musical comedy, GUYS and DOLLS. Plan now to buy your ticket in advance next week and pay HALF PRICE, only $5. Save the date: Thursday, Friday or Saturday at 7:30 or Sunday at 2:00. (Deamer 3/24)

SENIOR CLASS MEETING—will be held on Wednesday, March 29th in LA219 during lunch. We will be talking about Prom and fundraisers. (Allen 3/23-3/29)

CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP FEDERATION REMINDER--Your community service hours are due by May 19th, please grab your form outside of Mrs. Ayoob's classroom. Also, Senior CSF Members there will be a meeting regarding graduation orders next Wednesday, March 29th in LA 210. (Ayoob 3/23-3/29)

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE FEBRUARY STUDENTS-OF-THE-MONTH--Freshmen-Bagner Rodas, Grace Stewart and Sophia Stewart. Sophomores-Truong Bui, Yendy Calderon and Ana Muniz Garcia. Juniors-Rose Curfman, Matthew Gao and Haley Summers. Seniors-Addis Gates, Amadiel Hernandez, Kyle Jimenez, Jillian Johns, Declan McKenna and Veronica Zelaya. (Truett 3/21-3/24)

SPECIAL EVENT FOR SENIORS--in the CCC on Tuesday March 28th at lunch. The College Dream Program will be hosting a pizza lunch with an information session about its counseling program at COM. Come learn about how we guide students through the entire community college process including transferring to 4-year schools (Fernandez, 3/23-3/28)

SR IS OFFERING ACT PREP COURSES—Wednesday, March 29th from 3:30-6:30 and Tuesday, April 4th from 3:30-6:30. Both will be in LA201. The sign- up sheet is in the Counseling office and the CCC. (Trimble 3/13-3/29)

JUNIORS AND SENIORS--Graduates from the Class of 2016 are returning to SR on Wednesday, March 29 during Advisory to talk about their first-year college experiences! Come hear what students at Berkeley, UCLA, San Diego State, San Jose State, University of Colorado at Boulder and COM have to say about college life and they will answer any questions you have. Sign up in the CCC. (Leary 3/23-3/29)

THERE IS STILL SPACE IN THE EDUCATION CAREERS ACADEMY DURING SPRING BREAK--If you are interested in a career in teaching please apply as soon as possible. Visit the CCC for more info! (Fernandez, 3/21-3/25)

SENIORS--if you are planning to go to College of Marin please come to an application session on Monday March 27th during advisory in LA 213. Please sign up in the CCC beforehand. (Fernandez, 3/21-3/27

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 3/24/17




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=NO SCHOOL T=A(T) W=B T= A(A/T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 2017

TODAY’S GAMES--Golf vs Drake @San Geronimo, 3:30p (Early Release 1:50p). (Galli 3/23)

ULTIMATE FRISBEE TEAM—Will be meeting on Fridays for an hour directly after school on the football field. No experience is necessary. ( 3/23-3/24, 3/30-3/31)

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. Be kind to your hardworking parents because this can equal food worth $50-$100 dollars a month. All SRHS students are welcome. (Bryant 3/23-3/24, 3/30-3/31)

"GOTTA HAVE THE GAME OR WE'LL DIE OF SHAME!"--(lyric from GUYS and DOLLS) Our spring musical comedy, GUYS and DOLLS, opens next week, so save the date -- either March 30, 31, April 1st at 7:30 or Sunday April 2nd at 2:00. Come to any -- or better yet, all -- of them, especially at half price (advance purchase)! (Deamer 3/23)

AP TEST REGISTRATION--in the Student Store during brunch and lunch. Deadline is Friday, March 24th. No exceptions. (McKenna 3/21-3/24)

RESTORATION TRIP--this Saturday, March 25th. Meet at the front of the school at 9:20. See Kalish (s106) for more details and to sign up. (Kalish 3/21-3/24)

CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP FEDERATION REMINDER--Your community service hours are due by May 19th, please grab your form outside of Mrs. Ayoob's classroom. Also, Senior CSF Members there will be a meeting regarding graduation orders next Wednesday, March 29th in LA 210. (Ayoob 3/23-3/29)

GOOD LUCK TO THE UNDEFEATED SRHS CHEER VARSITY COED COMPETITION TEAM--as they head to the United Spirit Association National High School Cheerleading Championship this Thursday in the last leg of their quest to bring home a National title! Good Luck Bulldogs! We are so proud of you! (Hoch 3/21-3/23)

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE FEBRUARY STUDENTS-OF-THE-MONTH--Freshmen-Bagner Rodas, Grace Stewart and Sophia Stewart. Sophomores-Truong Bui, Yendy Calderon and Ana Muniz Garcia. Juniors-Rose Curfman,Matthew Gao and Haley Summers. Seniors-Addis Gates, Amadiel Hernandez, Kyle Jimenez, Jillian Johns, Declan McKenna and Veronica Zelaya. (Truett 3/21-3/24)

JUNIORS AND SENIORS--Graduates from the Class of 2016 are returning to SR on Wednesday, March 29 during Advisory to talk about their first-year college experiences! Come hear what students at Berkeley, UCLA, San Diego State, San Jose State, University of Colorado at Boulder and COM have to say about college life and they will answer any questions you have. Sign up in the CCC. (Leary 3/23-3/29)

THERE IS STILL SPACE IN THE EDUCATION CAREERS ACADEMY DURING SPRING BREAK--If you are interested in a career in teaching please apply as soon as possible. Visit the CCC for more info! (Fernandez, 3/21-3/25)

COMPASS STUDENTS--Reminder that there is a parent meeting in the library on Thursday, March 24th at 6pm. (Fernandez, 3/24)

SENIORS--if you are planning to go to College of Marin please come to an application session on Monday March 27th during advisory in LA 213. Please sign up in the CCC beforehand. (Fernandez, 3/21-3/27)

SR IS OFFERING ACT PREP COURSES-- Wednesday, March 29th from 3:30-6:30 and Tuesday, April 4th from 3:30-6:30. Both will be in LA201. The sign- up sheet is in the Counseling office and the CCC. (Trimble 3/13-3/29)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 3/23/17




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=NO SCHOOL T=A(T) W=B T= A(A/T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 2017

TODAY’S GAMES--Varsity Lacrosse @Redwood; V 4p (Early Release 2:45p), JV 5:30p and Softball @Encinal; 4:30p (Early Release 2:15p). (Galli 3/22)

INTERACT CLUB— Interested in Volunteer opportunities? Come to the Interact Club today at lunch in S106. (Kalish 3/21, 3/27-3/28)

STAND UP TO CANCER CLUB—is meeting at Lunch today in LA219. (Allan 3/22, 3/29)

"YOU GAMBLE IT HERE, YOU GAMBLE IT THERE!"--(lyric from GUYS and DOLLS) Congratulations to Jennifer Quach who designed the winning poster for our musical comedy GUYS and DOLLS! Plan to see the show next week March 30, 31 and April 1st and 2nd. (Deamer 3/22)

AP TEST REGISTRATION--in the Student Store during brunch and lunch. Deadline is Friday, March 24th. No exceptions. (McKenna 3/21-3/24)

RESTORATION TRIP--this Saturday, March 25th. Meet at the front of the school at 9:20. See Kalish (s106) for more details and to sign up. (Kalish 3/21-3/24)

GOOD LUCK TO THE UNDEFEATED SRHS CHEER VARSITY COED COMPETITION TEAM--as they head to the United Spirit Association National High School Cheerleading Championship this Thursday in the last leg of their quest to bring home a National title! Good Luck Bulldogs! We are so proud of you! (Hoch 3/21-3/23)

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE FEBRUARY STUDENTS-OF-THE-MONTH--Freshmen-Bagner Rodas, Grace Stewart and Sophia Stewart. Sophomores-Truong Bui, Yendy Calderon and Ana Muniz Garcia. Juniors-Rose Curfman,Matthew Gao and Haley Summers. Seniors-Addis Gates, Amadiel Hernandez, Kyle Jimenez, Jillian Johns, Declan McKenna and Veronica Zelaya. (Truett 3/21-3/24)

SENIORS--if you are planning to go to College of Marin please come to an application session on Monday March 27th during advisory in LA 213. Please sign up in the CCC beforehand. (Fernandez, 3/21-3/27)

SR IS OFFERING ACT PREP COURSES-- Wednesday, March 29th from 3:30-6:30 and Tuesday, April 4th from 3:30-6:30. Both will be in LA201. The sign- up sheet is in the Counseling office and the CCC. (Trimble 3/13-3/29)

SENIORS--the San Rafael High School Scholarship Foundation is now open. The minimum requirement is a 2.5 GPA, the application is due to the counseling office on March 22nd. Visit the CCC for applications and more information. (Fernandez, 3/2-3/22

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 3/22/17




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=NO SCHOOL T=A(T) W=B T= A(A/T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 2017

ECO-ACTION CLUB--meeting today at lunch in S106. Come help change the world, one action at a time. (Kalish 3/21, 3/27-3/28)

MUJERS CON PODER—meeting today in the Bulldog Theater after school. (Heredia 3/21, 3/27-3/28)

THE LADY DAWGS VARSITY SOFTBALL TEAM--defeated cross town rival, TL, 3-2 at SR in last week’s game giving our team a 2-0 MCAL start. Congratulations Ladies. (Galli 3/21)

IN SWIMMING NEWS--we had another nail biter for the girls! It came down to the last relay. We conquered our first triple dual meet of the season against Justin Siena and Novato with a number of great swims and more than 15 best times. Gisell Chavez, Melissa Valencia, and Andrew Savedra bested their times in the 100 fly. And another NCS consideration qualifying time for Coco Berkenfield. This time in the 50 free with a 25.08. (Galli 3/21)

SR IS OFFERING ACT PREP COURSES--on Thursday, March 23rd from 3:30-6:30 and Wednesday, March 29th from 3:30-6:30. The sign- up sheet is in the Counseling office and the CCC. (Trimble 3/13-3/29)

SENIORS--the San Rafael High School Scholarship Foundation is now open. The minimum requirement is a 2.5 GPA, the application is due to the counseling office on March 22nd. Visit the CCC for applications and more information. (Fernandez, 3/2-3/22)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 3/21/17




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T=A(T) W=B T= A(A/T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 2017

TODAY’S AND SATURDAY’S GAMES--Varsity Baseball vs Justin Siena @Albert Park, 7p, Frosh Baseball vs Petaluma @SR, 4:30p and Swim vs Drake @SR; 4p (Early Release 3p). Saturday-Varsity Lacrosse vs Bay School @SR; TBD. (Galli 3/17)

ULTIMATE FRISBEE TEAM—Will be meeting today for an hour directly after school on the football field. No experience is necessary. (3/16-3/17, 3/23-3/24, 3/30-3/31)

FARMERS MARKET—is held today after school! Bring 2 reusable bags and load up on dinner for Friday night, and breakfast, lunch and dinner for Saturday and Sunday. Be kind to your hardworking parents because this can equal food worth $50-$100 dollars a month. All SRHS students are welcome. (Bryant 3/16-3/17, 3/23-3/24, 3/30-3/31)

GSA—will be giving out free cupcakes by the Senior Steps this Friday, March 17th. Come by to learn about the LGBT community and get some sweet treats for participating. Our LGBTQ term of the day is Queer. The word queer is an umbrella term, used to describe anyone who does not identify as straight. Remember this term on Friday to get your free cupcake. (Sloneker 3/17)

SENIORS--this is a reminder that the Redwood's Resident Council Scholarship is due today by 8:00pm. If you are planning to apply be sure to gather all of your materials ASAP. (Fernandez 3/15-3/17).

PENNIES FOR PATIENTS—Donate money during your Advisory class! All money goes to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Association. The top 2 Advisories with the most money raised will win a free breakfast during Advisory. Currently in the lead is Madame Truett with $50.12 and Mr. Dennis with $26.11. The last day’s donations will be picked up on Thursday, March 23rd. (Gonzalez 3/14-3/17)

LINC IS LOOKING FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS INTERESTED IN THE ENVIRONMENT--This program is designed for students who are open to new experiences, eager to learn new skills, enjoy working outside and have an interest in the environment. We also focus on leadership, team-building, career and professional development with the youth we work with. Applications are due March 19th, please visit the CCC for more info! (Fernandez, 3/14-3/17)

SR IS OFFERING ACT PREP COURSES--on Thursday, March 23rd from 3:30-6:30 and Wednesday, March 29th from 3:30-6:30. The sign- up sheet is in the Counseling office and the CCC. (Trimble 3/13-3/29)

SENIORS--the San Rafael High School Scholarship Foundation is now open. The minimum requirement is a 2.5 GPA, the application is due to the counseling office on March 22nd. Visit the CCC for applications and more information. (Fernandez, 3/2-3/22)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 3/17/17




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T=A(T) W=B T= A(A/T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 2017

TODAY’S GAMES--Golf vs Novato @Peacock, 4p, Softball vs TL @SR; 4:30p, Swim vs Justin Siena and Novato @Novato; 4p, Boys Tennis vs Drake @SR; 4p and Track vs Branson and Redwood @Redwood; 4p. (Galli 3/16)

BIKE DAWGS—There is a team lunch in LA301 today. We will talk about the Laguna Seca Race and there will be pizza!

THE BLACKTOP AREA WILL BE CLOSED--to students from 7:30am-1:00pm today as it will be used as a parking area for the Career Tech Fair participants. Thank you. (Fernandez, 3/14-3/16).

THE ANNUAL COLLEGE AND CAREER TECH FAIR--is happening today. More than 30 different post-high school jobs from reps in various careers: Media, healthcare, government, recreation, building trades and more! The fair is for juniors and seniors but freshmen and sophomores can visit too. Come to the CCC for more info! (Fernandez 3/7-3/16)

ATTENTION WORLD TRAVELERS--Do you have plans yet for Spring Break of 2018? If not, come spend it with your fellow classmates in Paris, Normandy, and London! Want to know more? Bring your parents to an informational meeting tonight at 6:00pm, in Room AD300. Please see Madame Truett or Mr. Allen for more information. Merci! (Truett 3/6-3/16)

ULTIMATE FRISBEE TEAM—Will be meeting on Fridays for an hour directly after school on the football field. No experience is necessary. (3/16-3/17, 3/23-3/24, 3/30-3/31)

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. Be kind to your hardworking parents because this can equal food worth $50-$100 dollars a month. All SRHS students are welcome. (Bryant 3/16-3/17, 3/23-3/24, 3/30-3/31)

PENNIES FOR PATIENTS—Donate money during your Advisory class! All money goes to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Association. The top 2 Advisories with the most money raised will win a free breakfast during Advisory. Currently in the lead is Madame Truett with $50.12 and Mr. Dennis with $26.11. The last day’s donations will be picked up on Thursday, March 16th and Thursday, March 23rd. (Gonzalez 3/14-3/17)

SENIORS--this is a reminder that the Redwood's Resident Council Scholarship is due this Friday, March 17th by 8:00pm. If you are planning to apply be sure to gather all of your materials ASAP. (Fernandez 3/15-3/17).

LINC IS LOOKING FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS INTERESTED IN THE ENVIRONMENT--This program is designed for students who are open to new experiences, eager to learn new skills, enjoy working outside and have an interest in the environment. We also focus on leadership, team-building, career and professional development with the youth we work with. Applications are due March 19th, please visit the CCC for more info! (Fernandez, 3/14-3/17)

SR IS OFFERING ACT PREP COURSES--on Thursday, March 23rd from 3:30-6:30 and Wednesday, March 29th from 3:30-6:30. The sign- up sheet is in the Counseling office and the CCC. (Trimble 3/13-3/29)

SENIORS--the San Rafael High School Scholarship Foundation is now open. The minimum requirement is a 2.5 GPA, the application is due to the counseling office on March 22nd. Visit the CCC for applications and more information. (Fernandez, 3/2-3/22

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 3/16/17




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T=A(T) W=B T= A(A/T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, 2017

TODAY’S GAMES--JV Baseball vs Tam @SR, 4:30p and Varsity Lacrosse @Branson; 4:30p (Early Release 3p). (Galli 3/15)

INTERACT CLUB— Interested in Volunteer opportunities? Come to the Interact Club today at lunch in S106. (Kalish 3/14-3/15, 3/21, 3/27-3/28)

STAND UP TO CANCER CLUB—is meeting at Lunch today in LA219. (Allan 3/15, 3/22, 3/29) Run every Wednesday

SENIOR CLASS MEETING—will be held during Lunch on Thursday, March 16th inLA219. (Allen 3/13-3/16)

BIKE DAWGS—There is a team lunch in LA301 on Thursday, March 16th. We will talk about the Laguna Seca Race and there will be pizza!

GSA—will be giving out free cupcakes by the Senior Steps this Friday, March 17th. Come by to learn about the LGBT community and get some sweet treats for participating. Our LGBTQ term of the day is Bisexual. Someone who is bisexual is attracted to two genders, such as both men and women. Remember this term on Friday to get your free cupcake. (Sloneker 3/15)

THE BLACKTOP AREA WILL BE CLOSED--to students from 7:30am-1:00pm on Thursday, March 16th. It will be used as a parking area for the Career Tech Fair participants. Thank you. (Fernandez, 3/14-3/16).

BLOOD DRIVE NEEDS MORE PEOPLE TO—sign up in T121. Turn in applications by Tuesday, March 14th. Blood drive is on the March 15th. (Gonzalez 3/10-3/14)

PENNIES FOR PATIENTS—Donate money during your Advisory class! All money goes to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Association. The top 2 Advisories with the most money raised will win a free breakfast during Advisory. Currently in the lead is Madame Truett with $50.12 and Mr. Dennis with $26.11. The last day’s donations will be picked up on Thursday, March 16th and Thursday, March 23rd. (Gonzalez 3/14-3/17)

BONJOUR!--Come to French club communauté at LUNCH TIME on Wednesday, March 15 in AD 315 to celebrate a late Mardi Gras, and watch short videos of French events! We'll have hot chocolate and croissants. Bring $3 for the Whole Foods croissant. Join us at lunch in AD 315. (Likover 3/13-3/15)

ATTENTION WORLD TRAVELERS--Do you have plans yet for Spring Break of 2018? If not, come spend it with your fellow classmates in Paris, Normandy, and London! Want to know more? Bring your parents to an informational meeting on Thursday, March 16th at 6:00pm, in Room AD300. Please see Madame Truett or Mr. Allen for more information. Merci! (Truett 3/6-3/16)

LINC IS LOOKING FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS INTERESTED IN THE ENVIRONMENT--This program is designed for students who are open to new experiences, eager to learn new skills, enjoy working outside and have an interest in the environment. We also focus on leadership, team-building, career and professional development with the youth we work with. Applications are due March 19th, please visit the CCC for more info! (Fernandez, 3/14-3/17)

SR IS OFFERING ACT PREP COURSES--on Thursday, March 23rd from 3:30-6:30 and Wednesday, March 29th from 3:30-6:30. The sign- up sheet is in the Counseling office and the CCC. (Trimble 3/13-3/29)

THE ANNUAL COLLEGE AND CAREER TECH FAIR--is happening on Thursday, March 16th. More than 30 different post-high school jobs from reps in various careers: Media, healthcare, government, recreation, building trades and more! The fair is for juniors and seniors but freshmen and sophomores can visit too. Come to the CCC for more info! (Fernandez 3/7-3/16)

SENIORS--the San Rafael High School Scholarship Foundation is now open. The minimum requirement is a 2.5 GPA, the application is due to the counseling office on March 22nd. Visit the CCC for applications and more information. (Fernandez, 3/2-3/22)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 3/15/17




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T=A(T) W=B T= A(A/T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 2017

TODAY’S GAMES--Varsity Baseball @Branson, 4:30p and Frosh Baseball vs Sonoma Valley @SR, 4:30p. (Galli 3/14)

ECO-ACTION CLUB--meeting today at lunch in S106. Come help change the world, one action at a time. (Kalish 3/13-3/14, 3/21, 3/27-3/28)

MUJERS CON PODER—meeting today in the Bulldog Theater after school. (Heredia 3/13-3/14, 3/21, 3/27-3/28)

GSA-THE GENDER AND SEXUALITY ALLIANCE--Come to our meeting today in SC102 at Lunch. (Sloneker 3/14, 3/21, 3/28)

GSA—will be giving out free cupcakes by the Senior Steps this Friday, March 17th. Come by to learn about the LGBT community and get some sweet treats for participating. Our LGBTQ term of the day is Gay. Someone who is gay is only attracted to the same gender. Remember this term on Friday to get your free cupcake. (Sloneker 3/14

SENIOR CLASS MEETING—will be held during Lunch on Thursday, March 16th inLA219. (Allen 3/13-3/16)

BIKE DAWGS—There is a team lunch in LA301 on Thursday, March 16th. We will talk about the Laguna Seca Race and there will be pizza!

BLOOD DRIVE NEEDS MORE PEOPLE TO—sign up in T121. Turn in applications by Tuesday, March 14th. Blood drive is on the March 15th. (Gonzalez 3/10-3/14)

PENNIES FOR PATIENTS—Donate money during your Advisory class! All money goes to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Association. The top 2 Advisories with the most money raised will win a free breakfast during Advisory. Currently in the lead is Madame Truett with $50.12 and Mr. Dennis with $26.11. The last day’s donations will be picked up on Thursday, March 16th and Thursday, March 23rd. (Gonzalez 3/14-3/17)

SEE'S CANDY FUNDRAISING--Attention all Bulldogs! Come to a See's Candy Fundraiser in SC 101 today during lunch. This is an easy and tasty way to raise money for your class! Proceeds benefit each class' prom account! Walters 3/13-3/14)

ELEVATORS—Students-You are not allowed to use the elevator unless you have a key. If you need a key, they are available in the Main Office. (Administration 3/13-3/14)

BONJOUR!--Come to French club communauté at LUNCH TIME on Wednesday, March 15 in AD 315 to celebrate a late Mardi Gras, and watch short videos of French events! We'll have hot chocolate and croissants. Bring $3 for the Whole Foods croissant. Join us at lunch in AD 315. (Likover 3/13-3/15)

ATTENTION WORLD TRAVELERS--Do you have plans yet for Spring Break of 2018? If not, come spend it with your fellow classmates in Paris, Normandy, and London! Want to know more? Bring your parents to an informational meeting on Thursday, March 16th at 6:00pm, in Room AD300. Please see Madame Truett or Mr. Allen for more information. Merci! (Truett 3/6-3/16)

SR IS OFFERING ACT PREP COURSES--on Thursday, March 23rd from 3:30-6:30 and Wednesday, March 29th from 3:30-6:30. The sign- up sheet is in the Counseling office and the CCC. (Trimble 3/13-3/29)

CALLING ALL 9TH GRADERS AND THEIR PARENTS!--Come and hear a presentation by David Elliott from College Dream Team on "Everything 9th Graders and their Parents Need to Know About College" on

Tuesday, March 14 at 6:00 pm in the Hayes Theater. Spanish translation will be available. (Gribens 3/10-3/14)

THE ANNUAL COLLEGE AND CAREER TECH FAIR--is happening on Thursday March 16th. More than 30 different post-high school jobs from reps in various careers: Media, healthcare, government, recreation, building trades and more! The fair is for juniors and seniors but freshmen and sophomores can visit too. Come to the CCC for more info! (Fernandez 3/7-3/16)

SENIORS--the San Rafael High School Scholarship Foundation is now open. The minimum requirement is a 2.5 GPA, the application is due to the counseling office on March 22nd. Visit the CCC for applications and more information. (Fernandez, 3/2-3/22

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Published: 3/14/17




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T=A(T) W=B T= A(A/T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

MONDAY, MARCH 13, 2017

ECO-ACTION CLUB--meeting Tuesdays at lunch in S106. Come help change the world, one action at a time. (Kalish 3/13-3/14, 3/21, 3/27-3/28)

MUJERS CON PODER—meeting every Tuesday in the Bulldog Theater after school. (Heredia 3/13-3/14, 3/21, 3/27-3/28)

GSA—will be giving out free cupcakes by the Senior Steps this Friday, March 17th. Come by to learn about the LGBT community and get some sweet treats for participating. Our LGBTQ term of the day is Lesbian. A lesbian is a woman who is only attracted to other women. Remember this term on Friday to get your free cupcake. (Sloneker 3/13)

BLOOD DRIVE NEEDS MORE PEOPLE TO—sign up in T121. Turn in applications by Tuesday, March 14th. Blood drive is on the March 15th. (Gonzalez 3/10-3/14)

ELEVATORS—Students-You are not allowed to use the elevator unless you have a key. If you need a key, they are available in the Main Office. (Administration 3/13-3/14)

BONJOUR!--Come to French club communauté at LUNCH TIME on Wednesday, March 15 in AD 315 to celebrate a late Mardi Gras, and watch short videos of French events! We'll have hot chocolate and croissants. Bring $3 for the Whole Foods croissant. Join us at lunch in AD 315. (Likover 3/13-3/15)

ATTENTION WORLD TRAVELERS--Do you have plans yet for Spring Break of 2018? If not, come spend it with your fellow classmates in Paris, Normandy, and London! Want to know more? Bring your parents to an informational meeting on Thursday, March 16th at 6:00pm, in Room AD300. Please see Madame Truett or Mr. Allen for more information. Merci! (Truett 3/6-3/16)

SR IS OFFERING ACT PREP COURSES--on Thursday, March 23rd from 3:30-6:30 and Wednesday, March 29th from 3:30-6:30. The sign- up sheet is in the Counseling office and the CCC. (Trimble 3/13-3/29)

CALLING ALL 9TH GRADERS AND THEIR PARENTS!--Come and hear a presentation by David Elliott from College Dream Team on "Everything 9th Graders and their Parents Need to Know About College" on

Tuesday, March 13 at 6:00 pm in the Hayes Theater. Spanish translation will be available. (Gribens 3/10-3/14)

THE ANNUAL COLLEGE AND CAREER TECH FAIR--is happening on Thursday March 16th. More than 30 different post-high school jobs from reps in various careers: Media, healthcare, government, recreation, building trades and more! The fair is for juniors and seniors but freshmen and sophomores can visit too. Come to the CCC for more info! (Fernandez 3/7-3/16)

SOPHOMORES--Do you have the ambition to grow and become a better leader? Applications for the HOBY summer leadership program are open. Visit the CCC for more information. (Fernandez, 3/6-3/13)

SENIORS--the San Rafael High School Scholarship Foundation is now open. The minimum requirement is a 2.5 GPA, the application is due to the counseling office on March 22nd. Visit the CCC for applications and more information. (Fernandez, 3/2-3/22)

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Published: 3/13/17




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(T) T=B W=A(A/T) T=B F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 2017

TODAY’S AND WEEKEND GAMES--Frosh Baseball @Petaluma, 3:30p, Varsity Lacrosse @ Stuart Hall; 4p, Swim vs MC @ SR; 4p and Softball @ Berkeley; 4p. Saturday-Baseball @ Encinal; JV 11a, V 1:30p. Sunday-Mt. Bike @Central Coast Challenge, Laguna Seca Raceway; 9a start. (Galli 3/10)

VELOCIRAPTOR DEFENSE CLUB--All members and prospective members of the Velociraptor Defense Club come to a very important meeting at lunch on Friday in LA217. (Winton 3/6-3/10)

ULTIMATE FRISBEE TEAM—will be meeting today for an hour directly after school on the football field. No experience is necessary. (3/9-3/10, 3/16-3/17, 3/23-3/24, 3/30-3/31)

FARMERS MARKET—is held today after school! Bring 2 reusable bags and load up on dinner for Friday night, and breakfast, lunch and dinner for Saturday and Sunday. Be kind to your hardworking parents because this can equal food worth $50-$100 dollars a month. All SRHS students are welcome. (Bryant 3/9-3/10, 3/16-3/17, 3/23-3/24, 3/30-3/31)

GSA—will be giving out free cupcakes by the Senior Steps this Friday, March 17th. Come by to learn about the LGBT community and get some sweet treats for participating. Our LGBTQ term of the day is Lesbian. A lesbian is a woman who is only attracted to other women. Remember this term on Friday to get your free cupcake. (Sloneker 3/13)

BLOOD DRIVE NEEDS MORE PEOPLE TO—sign up in T121. Turn in applications by Tuesday, March 14th. Blood drive is on the March 15th. (Gonzalez 3/10-3/14)

ATTENTION WORLD TRAVELERS--Do you have plans yet for Spring Break of 2018? If not, come spend it with your fellow classmates in Paris, Normandy, and London! Want to know more? Bring your parents to an informational meeting on Thursday, March 16th at 6:00pm, in Room AD300. Please see Madame Truett or Mr. Allen for more information. Merci! (Truett 3/6-3/16)

INTERESTED IN GOING TO GREECE IN SUMMER 2018? There are still a few spots available! Come see Mrs. Evans in LA 202 for details. (Evans 2/28-3/10)

CALLING ALL 9TH GRADERS AND THEIR PARENTS!--Come and hear a presentation by David Elliott from College Dream Team on "Everything 9th Graders and their Parents Need to Know About College" on

Tuesday, March 13 at 6:00 pm in the Hayes Theater. Spanish translation will be available. (Gribens 3/10-3/14)

THE ANNUAL COLLEGE AND CAREER TECH FAIR--is happening on Thursday March 16th. More than 30 different post-high school jobs from reps in various careers: Media, healthcare, government, recreation, building trades and more! The fair is for juniors and seniors but freshmen and sophomores can visit too. Come to the CCC for more info! (Fernandez 3/7-3/16)

KAISER PERMANENTE SUMMER INTERNSHIP KP LAUNCH APPLICATIONS--are in the CCC. Deadline to apply is March 10th this Friday! Secure your spot for a summer internship with Kaiser. (Nunez 3/7-3/10)

SOPHOMORES--Do you have the ambition to grow and become a better leader? Applications for the HOBY summer leadership program are open. Visit the CCC for more information. (Fernandez, 3/6-3/13)

STUDENTS--NGS is accepting Summer Academy applications. Visit the CCC for an application and more info! (Fernandez, 3/6-3/10)

SENIORS!--Scholarships equal free money, they are available, check scholarship board, CCC and Naviance! Deadlines are approaching. (Fernandez, 3/2-3/10)

SENIORS--the San Rafael High School Scholarship Foundation is now open. The minimum requirement is a 2.5 GPA, the application is due to the counseling office on March 22nd. Visit the CCC for applications and more information. (Fernandez, 3/2-3/22)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 3/10/17




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(T) T=B W=A(A/T) T=B F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 2017

TODAY’S GAMES--Varsity Baseball vs Pinole @ Pinole, 3:30p (Early Release 1:45p) and Golf vs Branson @Peacock, 3p (Early Release 2p). (Galli 3/9)

POLY CLUB—is meeting today in the CCC. (Fernandez 3/8-3/9)

VELOCIRAPTOR DEFENSE CLUB--All members and prospective members of the Velociraptor Defense Club come to a very important meeting at lunch on Friday in LA217. (Winton 3/6-3/10)

ULTIMATE FRISBEE TEAM—will be meeting on Fridays for an hour directly after school on the football field. No experience is necessary. (3/9-3/10, 3/16-3/17, 3/23-3/24, 3/30-3/31) (Run Thursdays and Fridays)

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. Be kind to your hardworking parents because this can equal food worth $50-$100 dollars a month. All SRHS students are welcome. (Bryant 3/9-3/10, 3/16-3/17, 3/23-3/24, 3/30-3/31)

BLOOD DRIVE—is coming on Wednesday, March 15th. If you would like to donate blood, come down to T121 to get a permission slip which are due on Monday, March 13th. (Gonzalez 3/6-3/7)

ATTENTION WORLD TRAVELERS--Do you have plans yet for Spring Break of 2018? If not, come spend it with your fellow classmates in Paris, Normandy, and London! Want to know more? Bring your parents to an informational meeting on Thursday, March 16th at 6:00pm, in Room AD300. Please see Madame Truett or Mr. Allen for more information. Merci! (Truett 3/6-3/16)

INTERESTED IN GOING TO GREECE IN SUMMER 2018? There are still a few spots available! Come see Mrs. Evans in LA 202 for details. (Evans 2/28-3/10)

THE ANNUAL COLLEGE AND CAREER TECH FAIR--is happening on Thursday March 16th. More than 30 different post-high school jobs from reps in various careers: Media, healthcare, government, recreation, building trades and more! The fair is for juniors and seniors but freshmen and sophomores can visit too. Come to the CCC for more info! (Fernandez 3/7-3/16)

KAISER PERMANENTE SUMMER INTERNSHIP KP LAUNCH APPLICATIONS--are in the CCC. Deadline to apply is March 10th this Friday! Secure your spot for a summer internship with Kaiser. (Nunez 3/7-3/10)

SOPHOMORES--Do you have the ambition to grow and become a better leader? Applications for the HOBY summer leadership program are open. Visit the CCC for more information. (Fernandez, 3/6-3/13)

STUDENTS--NGS is accepting Summer Academy applications. Visit the CCC for an application and more info! (Fernandez, 3/6-3/10)

SENIORS!--Scholarships equal free money, they are available, check scholarship board, CCC and Naviance! Deadlines are approaching. (Fernandez, 3/2-3/10)

SENIORS--the San Rafael High School Scholarship Foundation is now open. The minimum requirement is a 2.5 GPA, the application is due to the counseling office on March 22nd. Visit the CCC for applications and more information. (Fernandez, 3/2-3/22)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 3/9/17




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(T) T=B W=A(A/T) T=B F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 2017

TODAY’S GAMES Frosh Baseball vs Las Lomas @SR; 3:30p is cancelled, Varsity Baseball vs Piner @Albert Park, 7p, JV Baseball @ Piner, 3:30p (Early Release 1:30p) and Boys Tennis vs San Marin @SR; 3:30p. (Galli 3/8)

SOPHOMORES AND JUNIORS--Come to College Planning Night for Sophomores and Juniors tonight from 6:00 - 8:00 in the Library to learn about college admissions, academic preparedness, SAT vs ACT, school resources, and more. Bring your parents. Spanish translation provided. (Leary 3/3-3/8)

VELOCIRAPTOR DEFENSE CLUB--All members and prospective members of the Velociraptor Defense Club come to a very important meeting at lunch on Friday in LA217. (Winton 3/6-3/10)

BLOOD DRIVE—is coming on Wednesday, March 15th. If you would like to donate blood, come down to T121 to get a permission slip which are due on Monday, March 13th. (Gonzalez 3/6-3/7)

ATTENTION WORLD TRAVELERS--Do you have plans yet for Spring Break of 2018? If not, come spend it with your fellow classmates in Paris, Normandy, and London! Want to know more? Bring your parents to an informational meeting on Thursday, March 16th at 6:00pm, in Room AD300. Please see Madame Truett or Mr. Allen for more information. Merci! (Truett 3/6-3/16)

INTERESTED IN GOING TO GREECE IN SUMMER 2018? There are still a few spots available! Come see Mrs. Evans in LA 202 for details. (Evans 2/28-3/10)

KAISER PERMANENTE SUMMER INTERNSHIP KP LAUNCH APPLICATIONS--are in the CCC. Deadline to apply is March 10th this Friday! Secure your spot for a summer internship with Kaiser. (Nunez 3/7-3/10)

SOPHOMORES--Do you have the ambition to grow and become a better leader? Applications for the HOBY summer leadership program are open. Visit the CCC for more information. (Fernandez, 3/6-3/13)

STUDENTS--NGS is accepting Summer Academy applications. Visit the CCC for an application and more info! (Fernandez, 3/6-3/10)

SENIORS!--Scholarships equal free money, they are available, check scholarship board, CCC and Naviance! Deadlines are approaching. (Fernandez, 3/2-3/10)

SENIORS--the San Rafael High School Scholarship Foundation is now open. The minimum requirement is a 2.5 GPA, the application is due to the counseling office on March 22nd. Visit the CCC for applications and more information. (Fernandez, 3/2-3/22)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 3/8/17




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(T) T=B W=A(A/T) T=B F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 2017

TODAY’S GAMES--Golf vs TL @Peacock, 3p (Early Release 2p), Boys Tennis @Novato; 3:30p (Early Release 2:30p) and Softball @St. Patrick’s; 4p (Early Release 2p). (Galli 3/7)

ECO-ACTION CLUB--meeting today at lunch in S106. Come help change the world, one action at a time. (Kalish 3/6-3/7, 3/13-3/14, 3/21, 3/27-3/28)

MUJERS CON PODER—meeting today in the Bulldog Theater after school. (Heredia 3/6-3/7, 3/13-3/14, 3/21, 3/27-3/28)

GSA-THE GENDER AND SEXUALITY ALLIANCE--Come to our meeting today in SC102 at Lunch. (Sloneker 3/7, 3/14, 3/21, 3/28)

SOPHOMORES AND JUNIORS--Come to College Planning Night for Sophomores and Juniors Wednesday, March 8th from 6:00 - 8:00 in the Library to learn about college admissions, academic preparedness, SAT vs ACT, school resources, and more. Bring your parents. Spanish translation provided. (Leary 3/3-3/8)

VELOCIRAPTOR DEFENSE CLUB--All members and prospective members of the Velociraptor Defense Club come to a very important meeting at lunch on Friday in LA217. (Winton 3/6-3/10)

BLOOD DRIVE—is coming on Wednesday, March 15th. If you would like to donate blood, come down to T121 to get a permission slip. They are due on Monday, March 13th. (Gonzalez 3/6-3/7)

ATTENTION WORLD TRAVELERS--Do you have plans yet for Spring Break of 2018? If not, come spend it with your fellow classmates in Paris, Normandy, and London! Want to know more? Bring your parents to an informational meeting on Thursday, March 16th at 6:00pm, in Room AD300. Please see Madame Truett or Mr. Allen for more information. Merci! (Truett 3/6-3/16)

INTERESTED IN GOING TO GREECE IN SUMMER 2018? There are still a few spots available! Come see Mrs. Evans in LA 202 for details. (Evans 2/28-3/10)

SOPHOMORES--Do you have the ambition to grow and become a better leader? Applications for the HOBY summer leadership program are open. Visit the CCC for more information. (Fernandez, 3/6-3/13)

STUDENTS--If you need a place to do your homework come to Treat Yo Self Tuesday tomorrow in the CCC and treat yourself to an hour of homework with friends and snacks. (Fernandez, 3/6-3/7)

STUDENTS--NGS is accepting Summer Academy applications. Visit the CCC for an application and more info! (Fernandez, 3/6-3/10)

SENIORS!--Scholarships equal free money, they are available, check scholarship board, CCC and Naviance! Deadlines are approaching. (Fernandez, 3/2-3/10)

SENIORS--the San Rafael High School Scholarship Foundation is now open. The minimum requirement is a 2.5 GPA, the application is due to the counseling office on March 22nd. Visit the CCC for applications and more information. (Fernandez, 3/2-3/22)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 3/7/17




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(T) T=B W=A(A/T) T=B F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

MONDAY, MARCH 6, 2017

ECO-ACTION CLUB--meeting Tuesdays at lunch in S106. Come help change the world, one action at a time. (Kalish 3/6-3/7, 3/13-3/14, 3/21, 3/27-3/28)

MUJERS CON PODER—meeting every Tuesday in the Bulldog Theater after school. (Heredia 3/6-3/7, 3/13-3/14, 3/21, 3/27-3/28)

ATTENTION WORLD TRAVELERS--Do you have plans yet for Spring Break of 2018? If not, come spend it with your fellow classmates in Paris, Normandy, and London! Want to know more? Bring your parents to an informational meeting on Thursday, March 16th at 6:00pm, in Room AD300. Please see Madame Truett or Mr. Allen for more information. Merci! (Truett 3/6-3/16)

INTERESTED IN GOING TO GREECE IN SUMMER 2018? There are still a few spots available! Come see Mrs. Evans in LA 202 for details. (Evans 2/28-3/10)

SOPHOMORES AND JUNIORS--Come to College Planning Night for Sophomores and Juniors on Wednesday, March 8 from 6:00 - 8:00 in the Library to learn about college admissions, academic preparedness, SAT vs ACT, school resources, and more. Bring your parents. Spanish translation provided. (Leary 3/3-3/8)

SENIORS!--Scholarships equal free money, they are available, check scholarship board, CCC and Naviance! Deadlines are approaching. (Fernandez, 3/2-3/10)

SENIORS--the San Rafael High School Scholarship Foundation is now open. The minimum requirement is a 2.5 GPA, the application is due to the counseling office on March 22nd. Visit the CCC for applications and more information. (Fernandez, 3/2-3/22)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 3/6/17




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T=A(A/T) W=B T=A(A/T) F=SEE BELOW

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 2017

RALLY SCHEDULE TODAY-- 0 Period

7:00 – 7:55am

4th Period (70 min

8:00 – 9:10am

Break (20 min)

9:10 – 9:30am

5th Period (75 min)

9:35 – 10:50am

Rally (with 10 minute load-in, 55 min rally, 10 min load out)

10:50am – 11:05 Load In

11:05 – Rally begins

12:00 – Rally ends – students return to pick up backpacks

12:10 - Dismiss students for lunch

Lunch (40 min)

12:10 – 12:50pm

6th Period (70 min)

12:55 – 2:10pm

7th Period (75 min)

2:15 – 3:30pm

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Published: 3/3/17




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T=A(A/T) W=B T=A(A/T) F=SEE BELOW

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 2017

TODAY’S GAMES--Golf vs San Marin @Indian Valley, 2:30p (Early Release 1:15p),

Boys Tennis @MC; 3:30p and Track Tri-Meet vs Justin Siena & Drake @Drake; 3:30p (Early Release 2p). (Galli 3/2)

INTERESTED IN GOING TO GREECE IN SUMMER 2018? There are still a few spots available! Come see Mrs. Evans in LA 202 for details. (Evans 2/28-3/10)

ULTIMATE FRISBEE TEAM—Will be meeting on Fridays for an hour directly after school on the football field. No experience is necessary. ( 3/2-3/3, 3/9-3/10, 3/16-3/17, 3/23-3/24, 3/30-3/31)

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. Be kind to your hardworking parents because this can equal food worth $50-$100 dollars a month. All SRHS students are welcome. (Bryant 3/2-3/3, 3/9-3/10, 3/16-3/17, 3/23-3/24, 3/30-3/31

SPRING PLAY ART POSTER CONTEST COMING TO A CLOSE!--All art submissions should be turned in to Mrs. Yi no later than this Friday! Submit to Mrs. Yi in Room AR207. (Yi 2/28-3/2)

THERE IS A GRAND OPENING FOR THE RISING STARS ART SHOW--that includes all of Marin County High School art at Youth in Arts, starting this Sunday onward. For the Month of March, many of SRHS art students will display their work at the gallery, along with fellow schools. Come check it out and support! (Yi 2/28-3/2)

OUR MOUNTAIN BIKING TEAM--the Bike Dawgs, had an outstanding start to their race season last Sunday at Ford Ord in Monterey. Sophomore girls Jordan Locke, Judith Santos, and Ameena Thune placed 8th, 9th and 10th to round out the top ten in their category. Sophomores Joel Butler placed 6th and Nick Boulter grabbed a highly coveted podium spot at 4th place. And James Boulter placed 7th in the tough JV category. Way to go Bike Dawgs! (Locke 3/1-3/3)

TURNABOUT SPRING FORMAL DANCE--The Turnabout Spring Formal is coming! Join us at the Mardi Gras dance on Saturday, March 4th from 7:00-10:00. So, LADIES, ask a date to the dance! Tickets for couples with ASB are $24; tickets for couples without are $26. Tickets for singles with ASB are $15; tickets for singles without are $17. Dance tickets will be sold during brunch and lunch at the Student Store Wednesday, February 15th through Friday, March 3rd! Ticket Tuesday will be on February 28th; EVERYONE gets the ASB price! :) Song requests and guest passes are also available at the Student Store. Guest passes are due by Wednesday, March 1st. See you there! (Walters 2/17-3/4)

SPIRIT WEEK--Please join us and participate in Spirit Week!

Thursday, March 2nd: Mathletes vs. Athletes Day

Friday, March 3rd: Extreme Red & White Day (Walters 2/17-3/3)

RALLY SCHEDULE FOR FRIDAY, MARCH 3RD-- 0 Period

7:00 – 7:55am

4th Period (70 min

8:00 – 9:10am

Break (20 min)

9:10 – 9:30am

5th Period (75 min)

9:35 – 10:50am

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Published: 3/2/17




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T=A(A/T) W=B T=A(A/T) F=SEE BELOW

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 2017

STAND UP TO CANCER CLUB—is meeting at Lunch today in LA219. (Allan 3/1, 3/8, 3/15, 3/22, 3/29

INTERACT CLUB— Interested in Volunteer opportunities? Come to the Interact Club today at lunch in S106. (Kalish 2/28-3/1, 3/7-3/8, 3/14-3/15, 3/21, 3/27-3/28)

INTERESTED IN GOING TO GREECE IN SUMMER 2018? There are still a few spots available! Come see Mrs. Evans in LA 202 for details. (Evans 2/28-3/10)

SPRING PLAY ART POSTER CONTEST COMING TO A CLOSE!--All art submissions should be turned in to Mrs. Yi no later than this Friday! Submit to Mrs. Yi in Room AR207. (Yi 2/28-3/2)

THERE IS A GRAND OPENING FOR THE RISING STARS ART SHOW--that includes all of Marin County High School art at Youth in Arts, starting this Sunday onward. For the Month of March, many of SRHS art students will display their work at the gallery, along with fellow schools. Come check it out and support! (Yi 2/28-3/2)

OUR MOUNTAIN BIKING TEAM--the Bike Dawgs, had an outstanding start to their race season last Sunday at Ford Ord in Monterey. Sophomore girls Jordan Locke, Judith Santos, and Ameena Thune placed 8th, 9th and 10th to round out the top ten in their category. Sophomores Joel Butler placed 6th and Nick Boulter grabbed a highly coveted podium spot at 4th place. And James Boulter placed 7th in the tough JV category. Way to go Bike Dawgs! (Locke 3/1-3/3)

TURNABOUT SPRING FORMAL DANCE--The Turnabout Spring Formal is coming! Join us at the Mardi Gras dance on Saturday, March 4th from 7:00-10:00. So, LADIES, ask a date to the dance! Tickets for couples with ASB are $24; tickets for couples without are $26. Tickets for singles with ASB are $15; tickets for singles without are $17. Dance tickets will be sold during brunch and lunch at the Student Store Wednesday, February 15th through Friday, March 3rd! Ticket Tuesday will be on February 28th; EVERYONE gets the ASB price! :) Song requests and guest passes are also available at the Student Store. Guest passes are due by Wednesday, March 1st. See you there! (Walters 2/17-3/4)

SPIRIT WEEK--Please join us and participate in Spirit Week!

Wednesday, March 1st: Flower Power - 70's Day

Thursday, March 2nd: Mathletes vs. Athletes Day

Friday, March 3rd: Extreme Red & White Day (Walters 2/17-3/3)

RALLY SCHEDULE FOR FRIDAY, MARCH 3RD-- 0 Period

7:00 – 7:55am

4th Period (70 min

8:00 – 9:10am

Break (20 min)

9:10 – 9:30am

5th Period (75 min)

9:35 – 10:50am

Rally (with 10 minute load-in, 55 min rally, 10 min load out)

10:50am – 11:05 Load In

11:05 – Rally begins

12:00 – Rally ends – students return to pick up backpacks

12:10 - Dismiss students for lunch

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 3/1/17




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T=A(A/T) W=B T=A(A/T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2017

ECO-ACTION CLUB--meeting today at lunch in S106. Come help change the world, one action at a time. (Kalish 2/27-2/28, 3/6-3/7, 3/13-3/14, 3/21, 3/27-3/28)

MUJERS CON PODER—meeting today in the Bulldog Theater after school. (Heredia 2/27-2/28, 3/6-3/7, 3/13-3/14, 3/21, 3/27-3/28)

GSA-THE GENDER AND SEXUALITY ALLIANCE--Come to our meeting today in SC102 at Lunch. (Sloneker 2/28, 3/7, 3/14, 3/21, 3/28)

INTERACT CLUB— Interested in Volunteer opportunities? Come to the Interact Club Wednesday at lunch in S106. (Kalish 2/28-3/1, 3/7-3/8, 3/14-3/15, 3/21, 3/27-3/28)

TURNABOUT SPRING FORMAL DANCE--The Turnabout Spring Formal is coming! Join us at the Mardi Gras dance on Saturday, March 4th from 7:00-10:00. So, LADIES, ask a date to the dance! Tickets for couples with ASB are $24; tickets for couples without are $26. Tickets for singles with ASB are $15; tickets for singles without are $17. Dance tickets will be sold during brunch and lunch at the Student Store Wednesday, February 15th through Friday, March 3rd! Ticket Tuesday will be on February 28th; EVERYONE gets the ASB price! :) Song requests and guest passes are also available at the Student Store. Guest passes are due by Wednesday, March 1st. See you there! (Walters 2/17-3/4)

SPIRIT WEEK--Please join us and participate in Spirit Week!

Tuesday, February 28th: Tacky Tourist Day

Wednesday, March 1st: Flower Power - 70's Day

Thursday, March 2nd: Mathletes vs. Athletes Day

Friday, March 3rd: Extreme Red & White Day (Walters 2/17-3/3)

IF YOU ARE A 10TH GRADER INTERESTED IN APPLYING TO THE 10,000 DEGREES INSTITUTE--please make sure to turn in your completed application online or in the CCC by Thursday, March 2nd! The scholarship application for 12th graders can also be submitted online until March 2nd. Don't miss out! (Leary 2/28-3/1)

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Published: 2/28/17




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T=A(A/T) W=B T=A(A/T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 2017

WELCOME BACK, EVERYONE!

ECO-ACTION CLUB--meeting Tuesdays at lunch in S106. Come help change the world, one action at a time. (Kalish 2/27-2/28, 3/6-3/7, 3/13-3/14, 3/21, 3/27-3/28)

MUJERS CON PODER—meeting every Tuesday in the Bulldog Theater after school. (Heredia 2/27-2/28, 3/6-3/7, 3/13-3/14, 3/21, 3/27-3/28)

TURNABOUT SPRING FORMAL DANCE--The Turnabout Spring Formal is coming! Join us at the Mardi Gras dance on Saturday, March 4th from 7:00-10:00. So, LADIES, ask a date to the dance! Tickets for couples with ASB are $24; tickets for couples without are $26. Tickets for singles with ASB are $15; tickets for singles without are $17. Dance tickets will be sold during brunch and lunch at the Student Store Wednesday, February 15th through Friday, March 3rd! Ticket Tuesday will be on February 28th; EVERYONE gets the ASB price! :) Song requests and guest passes are also available at the Student Store. Guest passes are due by Wednesday, March 1st. See you there! (Walters 2/17-3/4)

SPIRIT WEEK--Please join us and participate in Spirit Week!

Monday, February 27th: Twin Day

Tuesday, February 28th: Tacky Tourist Day

Wednesday, March 1st: Flower Power - 70's Day

Thursday, March 2nd: Mathletes vs. Athletes Day

Friday, March 3rd: Extreme Red & White Day (Walters 2/17-3/3)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 2/27/17




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(A/T) T=B W=A(A/T) T=B F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 2017

TODAY’S AND SATURDAY’S GAMES--Lacrosse vs Casa Grande @Casa Grande; JV 5pm, V 7pm.

Saturday-TBD - Baseball Var/JV Scrimmage @SR vs Washington. (Galli 2/17)

HIKING CLUB HIKE--today after school. Please come to the CCC to sign up if you plan to come with us! Wear shoes that can get dirty and be ready for a little adventure. We'll have snacks and extra rain gear if necessary! (Fernandez 2/15-2/17)

ULTIMATE FRISBEE TEAM—Will be meeting today for an hour directly after school on the football field. No experience is necessary. (2/16-2/17, 3/2-3/3, 3/9-3/10, 3/16-3/17, 3/23-3/24, 3/30-3/31)

FARMERS MARKET—is today after school! Bring 2 reusable bags and load up on dinner for Friday night, and breakfast, lunch and dinner for Saturday and Sunday. Be kind to your hardworking parents because this can equal food worth $50-$100 dollars a month. All SRHS students are welcome. (Bryant 2/16-2/17, 3/2-3/3, 3/9-3/10, 3/16-3/17, 3/23-3/24, 3/30-3/31)

COLLEGES DON'T PREFER ONE TEST OVER THE OTHER--so the choice is up to you. Learn the Key differences between the ACT and SAT to make your decision" at the downtown San Rafael Library, this Saturday at 10 AM, Flyers are available in our school library. This event is free and anyone can attend. (Calhoun 2/17)

LAST WEEK TO TURN IN APPLICATIONS FOR THE KAISER YOUTH FORUM--Spots are limited Applications due today in the CCC. (Nunez 2/13-2/14)

TURNABOUT SPRING FORMAL DANCE--The Turnabout Spring Formal is coming! Join us at the Mardi Gras dance on Saturday, March 4th from 7:00-10:00. So, LADIES, ask a date to the dance! Tickets for couples with ASB are $24; tickets for couples without are $26. Tickets for singles with ASB are $15; tickets for singles without are $17. Dance tickets will be sold during brunch and lunch at the Student Store Wednesday, February 15th through Friday, March 3rd! Ticket Tuesday will be on February 28th; EVERYONE gets the ASB price! :) Song requests and guest passes are also available at the Student Store. Guest passes are due by Wednesday, March 1st. See you there! (Walters 2/17-3/4)

SPIRIT WEEK--Please join us and participate in Spirit Week!

Monday, February 27th: Twin Day

Tuesday, February 28th: Tacky Tourist Day

Wednesday, March 1st: Flower Power - 70's Day

Thursday, March 2nd: Mathletes vs. Athletes Day

Friday, March 3rd: Extreme Red & White Day (Walters 2/17-3/3)

SENIORS--visit the CCC, Naviance, or scholarship board for scholarship applications. Many deadlines are approaching. Don't miss out on free money for college! (Fernandez, 2/8-2/17)

STUDENTS--the Marinwood Community Center is hiring for their summer camps and pool. Applications are available in the CCC. (Fernandez, 2/14-2/17)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 2/17/17




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(A/T) T=B W=A(A/T) T=B F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 2017

TODAY’S GAMES--Golf vs Redwood @Peacock Gap, 3pm (Early Release 2p). (Galli 2/16)

NO ONE EATS ALONE—Come to T121 to make new friends. Games and snacks will be provided. Don’t be shy, try something new! (Gonzalez 2/15-2/16)

SOPHOMORES--The TEENSCREEN permission slips are due back today. Please return to your advisory teacher or Ms. Rodriguez in the Principal’s office no later than today. (2/13-2/16)

HIKING CLUB HIKE--this Friday after school. Please come to the CCC to sign up if you plan to come with us! Wear shoes that can get dirty and be ready for a little adventure. We'll have snacks and extra rain gear if necessary! (Fernandez 2/15-2/17)

ULTIMATE FRISBEE TEAM—Will be meeting on Fridays for an hour directly after school on the football field. No experience is necessary. (2/16-2/17, 3/2-3/3, 3/9-3/10, 3/16-3/17, 3/23-3/24, 3/30-3/31)

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. Be kind to your hardworking parents because this can equal food worth $50-$100 dollars a month. All SRHS students are welcome. (Bryant 2/16-2/17, 3/2-3/3, 3/9-3/10, 3/16-3/17, 3/23-3/24, 3/30-3/31)

LAST WEEK TO TURN IN APPLICATIONS FOR THE KAISER YOUTH FORUM--Spots are limited Applications due Friday, February 17th in the CCC. (Nunez 2/13-2/14)

FREE FRENCH TUTORING--Every Wednesday and Thursday from 7-7:50AM in AD315

"Laissez les bons temps rouler" (less-ay lay bah tah rool ay- Let the good times roll!) and get really good in French! (Likover 2/14-2/15)

MICROSOFT JOB SHADOW DAY APPLICATIONS ARE IN THE CCC--Learn about computer software, virtual reality, business, marketing and more. Lunch is provided. Deadline is March 3rd! (Nunez 2/13-2/14)

THE TURNABOUT SPRING FORMAL IS COMING!--Join us at the Mardi Gras dance on Saturday, March 4th from 7:00-10:00. So, LADIES, ask a date to the dance! Tickets for couples with ASB are $24; tickets for couples without are $26. Tickets for singles with ASB are $15; tickets for singles without are $17. Dance tickets will be sold during lunch at the Student Store Wednesday, February 15th through Friday, March 3rd! Ticket Tuesday will be on February 28th! EVERYONE gets the ASB price! :) Song requests and guest passes are also available at the Student Store. Guest passes are due by Wednesday, March 1st. See you there! (Walters 2/13-3/3)

SENIORS--visit the CCC, Naviance, or scholarship board for scholarship applications. Many deadlines are approaching. Don't miss out on free money for college! (Fernandez, 2/8-2/17)

STUDENTS--the Marinwood Community Center is hiring for their summer camps and pool. Applications are available in the CCC. (Fernandez, 2/14-2/17

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 2/16/17




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(A/T) T=B W=A(A/T) T=B F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2017

TODAY’S GAMES--Boys Varsity Soccer NCS Playoff game @Miramonte HS, 5p and Softball vs Windsor @SR; 4p (Early Release 3p). (Galli 2/15)

STAND UP TO CANCER CLUB—is meeting at Lunch today in LA219. (Allan 2/15, 3/1)

POLY CLUB—meeting today in the CCC at lunch. (Fernandez 2/14)

INTERACT CLUB— Interested in Volunteer opportunities? Come to the Interact Club today at lunch in S106. (Kalish 2/14-2/15, 2/28-3/1)

DROP BY THE BGC TEEN CENTER--in room AR 103, during today’s lunch break. Listen to music produced by members and see what's been going on at the club. (Harrington 2/15)

NO ONE EATS ALONE—Come to T121 to make new friends. Games and snacks will be provided. Don’t be shy, try something new! (Gonzalez 2/15-2/16)

SENIORS--reminder that TOMORROW during advisory we will be having a senior success advisory to complete FAFSA or CA Dream Act applications. Go to LA 213 during advisory on Wednesday Feb. 15th and please bring your parents tax information from 2015. (Fernandez, 2/14-2/15)

REMINDER THAT TRACK AND FIELD PRACTICE--has started and everyone is welcome. Meet at the bleachers 30 minutes after school in running clothes. There will be a mandatory team meeting on Wednesday, February 15th at practice. Come meet our new head coach and find out about important details for the season. (Verheecke 2/13-2/15)

WEAR ORANGE--today to show your support for healthy relationships and Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month. Be different, wear orange to show love to everyone. Post it on social media and use the hashtag orange4love. (Vinegra 2/10-2/14)

WANT TO SOAK UP THE SUN, SEE ANCIENT RUINS, AND MEET GREEK GODS?--Come to Greece in Summer 2018! Bring your parents to an informational meeting tonight at 6 PM in LA 202 to lock in the best price. See you then! (Evans 2/6-2/15)

IF YOU WANT TO TAKE AP SPANISH LANGUAGE AND CULTURE NEXT YEAR--and you missed the mandatory meeting at lunch, make up today you must check in with Ms. Crome in AD304 this week to do the writing evaluation. (Crome 2/8-2/15)

SOPHOMORES--The TEENSCREEN permission slips are due back on Thursday, February 16th. Please return to your advisory teacher or Ms. Rodriguez in the Principal’s office no later than this Thursday, February 16th . (2/13-2/16)

LAST WEEK TO TURN IN APPLICATIONS FOR THE KAISER YOUTH FORUM--Spots are limited Applications due Friday, February 17th in the CCC. (Nunez 2/13-2/14)

FREE FRENCH TUTORING--Every Wednesday and Thursday from 7-7:50AM in AD315

"Laissez les bons temps rouler" (less-ay lay bah tah rool ay- Let the good times roll!) and get really good in French! (Likover 2/14-2/15)

MICROSOFT JOB SHADOW DAY APPLICATIONS ARE IN THE CCC--Learn about computer software, virtual reality, business, marketing and more. Lunch is provided. Deadline is March 3rd! (Nunez 2/13-2/14)

THE TURNABOUT SPRING FORMAL IS COMING!--Join us at the Mardi Gras dance on Saturday, March 4th from 7:00-10:00. So, LADIES, ask a date to the dance! Tickets for couples with ASB are $24; tickets for couples without are $26. Tickets for singles with ASB are $15; tickets for singles without are $17. Dance tickets will be sold during lunch at the Student Store Wednesday, February 15th through Friday, March 3rd! Ticket Tuesday will be on February 28th! EVERYONE gets the ASB price! :) Song requests and guest passes are also available at the Student Store. Guest passes are due by Wednesday, March 1st. See you there! (Walters 2/13-3/3)

SENIORS--visit the CCC, Naviance, or scholarship board for scholarship applications. Many deadlines are approaching. Don't miss out on free money for college! (Fernandez, 2/8-2/17)

STUDENTS--the Marinwood Community Center is hiring for their summer camps and pool. Applications are available in the CCC. (Fernandez, 2/14-2/17

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 2/15/17




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(A/T) T=B W=A(A/T) T=B F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 2017

HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY

ECO-ACTION CLUB--meeting today at lunch in S106. Come help change the world, one action at a time. (Kalish 2/13-2/14, 2/27-2/28)

MUJERS CON PODER—meeting today in the Bulldog Theater after school. (Heredia 2/13-2/14, 2/27-2/28)

GSA-THE GENDER AND SEXUALITY ALLIANCE--Come to our meeting today in SC102 at Lunch. (Sloneker 2/14, 2/28) Run Tuesdays

INTERACT CLUB— Interested in Volunteer opportunities? Come to the Interact Club Wednesday at lunch in S106. (Kalish 2/14-2/15, 2/28-3/1) (Run every Tuesday and Wednesday).

REMINDER THAT TRACK AND FIELD PRACTICE--has started and everyone is welcome. Meet at the bleachers 30 minutes after school in running clothes. There will be a mandatory team meeting on Wednesday, February 15th at practice. Come meet our new head coach and find out about important details for the season. (Verheecke 2/13-2/15)

WEAR ORANGE--today to show your support for healthy relationships and Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month. Be different, wear orange to show love to everyone. Post it on social media and use the hashtag orange4love. (Vinegra 2/10-2/14)

IF YOU WANT TO TAKE AP SPANISH LANGUAGE AND CULTURE NEXT YEAR--and you missed the mandatory meeting at lunch, make up on Wednesday, February 15th you must check in with Ms. Crome in AD304 this week to do the writing evaluation. (Crome 2/8-2/15)

THERE WILL BE A SENIOR SUCCESS ADVISORY--on Wednesday, February 15th on completing your FAFSA or CA Dream Act in LA 213. If you need to submit please bring your parents tax info to school and 10,000 Degrees and SR staff will be there to help you. (Fernandez, 2/6-2/15)

SOPHOMORES--The TEENSCREEN permission slips are due back on Thursday, February 16th. Please return to your advisory teacher or Ms. Rodriguez in the Principal’s office no later than this Thursday Feb 16th . (2/13-2/16)

LAST WEEK TO TURN IN APPLICATIONS FOR THE KAISER YOUTH FORUM--Spots are limited Applications due Friday in the CCC. (Nunez 2/13-2/14)

MICROSOFT JOB SHADOW DAY APPLICATIONS ARE IN THE CCC--Learn about computer software, virtual reality, business, marketing and more. Lunch is provided. Deadline is March 3rd! (Nunez 2/13-2/14)

THE TURNABOUT SPRING FORMAL IS COMING!--Join us at the Mardi Gras dance on Saturday, March 4th from 7:00-10:00. So, LADIES, ask a date to the dance! Tickets for couples with ASB are $24; tickets for couples without are $26. Tickets for singles with ASB are $15; tickets for singles without are $17. Dance tickets will be sold during lunch at the Student Store Wednesday, February 15th through Friday, March 3rd! Ticket Tuesday will be on February 28th! EVERYONE gets the ASB price! :) Song requests and

guest passes are also available at the Student Store. Guest passes are due by Wednesday, March 1st. See you there! (Walters 2/13-3/3)

BULLDOG PRIDE STUDENTS-OF-THE-MONTH--January Students-of-the-Month have been selected! They are: Freshman: Max Labato, Andrew Lane, Wok Lai (Dorothy) Li, Gaby Mazariegos-Mazariegos,

Sophomores: Fatima Ayala, Ryan Chung, Sara Erickson, Francisco Urias, Juniors: Daisy Lookinland, Vivian Rodas and Seniors: Erik Anderson, Rosmery Reyes. Congratulations to all of you for being such wonderful examples of Bulldog PRIDE! (Truett 2/9-2/14)

WANT TO SOAK UP THE SUN, SEE ANCIENT RUINS, AND MEET GREEK GODS?--Come to Greece in Summer 2018! Bring your parents to an informational meeting on Wednesday, February 15th at 6 PM in LA 202 to lock in the best price. See you then! (Evans 2/6-2/15)

SENIORS--visit the CCC, Naviance, or scholarship board for scholarship applications. Many deadlines are approaching. Don't miss out on free money for college! (Fernandez, 2/8-2/17)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 2/14/17




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(A/T) T=B W=A(A/T) T=B F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2017

ECO-ACTION CLUB--meeting Tuesdays at lunch in S106. Come help change the world, one action at a time. (Kalish 2/13-2/14, 2/27-2/28)

MUJERS CON PODER—meeting every Tuesday in the Bulldog Theater after school. (Heredia 2/13-2/14, 2/27-2/28)

FOOTBALL- There will be a mandatory meeting for all football players today right after school in the weight room. (Cosgriff 2/8-2/13)

TRYOUT DATES FOR TENNIS TEAM-- Tryouts for tennis team are today at 3:45 pm. Looking forward to see all of you that are interested on joining the tennis team. (Galli 2/9-2/10)

WEAR ORANGE--on Tuesday, February 14th to show your support for healthy relationships and Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month. Be different, wear orange to show love to everyone. Post it on social media and use the hashtag orange4love. (Vinegra 2/10-2/14)

IF YOU WANT TO TAKE AP SPANISH LANGUAGE AND CULTURE NEXT YEAR-0-and you missed the mandatory meeting at lunch on Wednesday, February 15th you must check in with Ms. Crome in AD304 this week to do the writing evaluation. (Crome 2/8-2/15)

THERE WILL BE A SENIOR SUCCESS ADVISORY--on Wednesday, February 15th on completing your FAFSA or CA Dream Act in LA 213. If you need to submit please bring your parents tax info to school and 10,000 Degrees and SR staff will be there to help you. (Fernandez, 2/6-2/15)

SOPHOMORES--The TEENSCREEN permission slips are due back on Thursday, February 16th. Please return to your advisory teacher or Ms. Rodriguez in the Principal’s office no later than this Thursday Feb 16th . (2/13-2/16)

VALENTINE’S DAY GRAMS—Buy them in the Student Store during brunch and lunch. (Allen 2/1-2/10)

BULLDOG PRIDE STUDENTS-OF-THE-MONTH--January Students-of-the-Month have been selected! They are: Freshman: Max Labato, Andrew Lane, Wok Lai (Dorothy) Li, Gaby Mazariegos-Mazariegos,

Sophomores: Fatima Ayala, Ryan Chung, Sara Erickson, Francisco Urias, Juniors: Daisy Lookinland, Vivian Rodas and Seniors: Erik Anderson, Rosmery Reyes. Congratulations to all of you for being such wonderful examples of Bulldog PRIDE! (Truett 2/9-2/14)

WANT TO SOAK UP THE SUN, SEE ANCIENT RUINS, AND MEET GREEK GODS?--Come to Greece in Summer 2018! Bring your parents to an informational meeting on Wednesday, February 15th at 6 PM in LA 202 to lock in the best price. See you then! (Evans 2/6-2/15)

SIGN-UPS FOR PRACTICE ACT AND SAT CLASSES--in the Counseling office and the CCC. There is a Free Prep class for SAT or ACT and a Free ACT on Monday, February 13th. There is a 2 day SAT Prep course Wednesday, February 15th and Thursday, March 2nd and a 2 day ACT Prep course on Thursday, March 23rd and Wednesday, March 29th. (Trimble 1/24-2/10)

SENIORS--visit the CCC, Naviance, or scholarship board for scholarship applications. Many deadlines are approaching. Don't miss out on free money for college! (Fernandez, 2/8-2/17)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 2/13/17




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T=A(T) W=B T=A(A/T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 2017

ULTIMATE FRISBEE TEAM—Will be meeting on Fridays for an hour directly after school on the football field. No experience is necessary. (2/9-2/10, 2/16-2/17)

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. Be kind to your hardworking parents because this can equal food worth $50-$100 dollars a month. All SRHS students are welcome. (Bryant 2/9-2/10, 2/16-2/17)

CSF APPLICATIONS--are due today. Stop by Mrs. Ayoob's room and grab an application outside LA 210! (Sanchez 2/1-2/10)

CURTAIN UP; LIGHT THE LIGHTS--Tonight is our popular annual talent show featuring singers, dancers, musicians and some surprises. All are welcome at 7:30 in the Hayes Theater, encourage your students to show their support! Tickets available at the door ($10 adults; $7 students and seniors). Come see our talented students perform to help raise money for our Creative Arts Program which provides wonderful assemblies for SRHS! (Rodrigulez 2/8-2/10)

BULLDOG PRIDE STUDENTS-OF-THE-MONTH--January Students-of-the-Month have been selected! They are: Freshman: Max Labato, Andrew Lane, Wok Lai (Dorothy) Li, Gaby Mazariegos-Mazariegos,

Sophomores: Fatima Ayala, Ryan Chung, Sara Erickson, Francisco Urias, Juniors: Daisy Lookinland, Vivian Rodas and Seniors: Erik Anderson, Rosmery Reyes. Congratulations to all of you for being such wonderful examples of Bulldog PRIDE! (Truett 2/9-2/14)

FOOTBALL- There will be a mandatory meeting for all football players Monday, February 13th right after school in the weight room. (Cosgriff 2/8-2/13)

IF YOU WANT TO TAKE AP SPANISH LANGUAGE AND CULTURE NEXT YEAR-0-and you missed the mandatory meeting at lunch on Wednesday, February 15th you must check in with Ms. Crome in AD304 this week to do the writing evaluation. (Crome 2/8-2/15)

THERE WILL BE A SENIOR SUCCESS ADVISORY--on Wednesday, February 15th on completing your FAFSA or CA Dream Act in LA 213. If you need to submit please bring your parents tax info to school and 10,000 Degrees and SR staff will be there to help you. (Fernandez, 2/6-2/15)

TRYOUT DATES FOR TENNIS TEAM-- Tryouts for tennis team for this week are postponed till next Monday at 3:45 pm. Looking forward to see all of you, that are interested on joining the tennis team.

(Galli 2/9-2/10)

VALENTINE’S DAY GRAMS—Buy them in the Student Store during brunch and lunch. (Allen 2/1-2/10)

OUR ANNUAL RED AND WHITE CAVALCADE TALENT SHOW IS THIS FRIDAY--Don't miss this stream of talent from our students including a variety of singing, dancing, bands and comedy. Tickets at the door at $7. for students and seniors and $10. for adults. See you there! (Deamer 2/6-2/10)

RESTORATION DAY THIS WEEKEND, RAIN OR SHINE! --Everyone welcome! Sign up on Ms. Kalish’s door or with Ms. Metcalfe. Saturday is supposed to be the first day of sunshine all week! (Kalish 2/6-2/10)

WANT TO SOAK UP THE SUN, SEE ANCIENT RUINS, AND MEET GREEK GODS?--Come to Greece in Summer 2018! Bring your parents to an informational meeting on Weds the 15th at 6 PM in LA 202 to lock in the best price. See you then! (Evans 2/6-2/15)

SIGN-UPS FOR PRACTICE ACT AND SAT CLASSES--in the Counseling office and the CCC. There is a Free Prep class for SAT or ACT and a Free ACT on Monday, February 13th. There is a 2 day SAT Prep course Wednesday, February 15th and Thursday, March 2nd and a 2 day ACT Prep course on Thursday, March 23rd and Wednesday, March 29th. (Trimble 1/24-2/10)

SENIORS--there will be a Senior Success Advisory on Wednesday February 15th to complete your FAFSA or CA Dream Act in LA 213. If you need to submit please bring your parents tax info to school and 10,000 Degrees and SR staff will be there to help you. (Fernandez, 2/6-2/15)

SENIORS--visit the CCC, Naviance, or scholarship board for scholarship applications. Many deadlines are approaching. Don't miss out on free money for college! (Fernandez, 2/8-2/17)

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Published: 2/10/17




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T=A(T) W=B T=A(A/T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2017

TODAY’S GAMES--Basketball vs MC @SR; Boys JV 4:30p, Girls V 6p, Boys V 7:30p (Senior Night) and Basketball vs MC @MC; Frosh Boys 4:30p, Frosh Girls 5:45p, Girls JV 7p. (Galli 2/9)

ALL FRESHMEN SIGNED UP FOR AP EUROPEAN HISTORY--must take a MANDATORY writing assessment today in LA 217 from 3:00pm to 4:30pm. Please see Mr. Winton in LA 217 with questions. (Winton 2/3-2/9)

FRESHMAN CLASS MEETING—will be held today at lunch in SC104. We will be discussing the upcoming dance and future fundraising for our class. (Walters 3/9)

ULTIMATE FRISBEE TEAM—Will be meeting on Fridays for an hour directly after school on the football field. No experience is necessary. (2/9-2/10, 2/16-2/17)

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. Be kind to your hardworking parents because this can equal food worth $50-$100 dollars a month. All SRHS students are welcome. (Bryant 2/9-2/10, 2/16-2/17)

CSF APPLICATIONS--are due on Friday, February 10th. Stop by Mrs. Ayoob's room and grab an application outside LA 210! (Sanchez 2/1-2/10)

CURTAIN UP; LIGHT THE LIGHTS--This Friday is our popular annual talent show featuring singers, dancers, musicians and some surprises. All are welcome at 7:30 in the Hayes Theater, encourage your students to show their support! Tickets available at the door ($10 adults; $7 students and seniors). Come see our talented students perform to help raise money for our Creative Arts Program which provides wonderful assemblies for SRHS! (Rodrigulez 2/8-2/10)

BULLDOG PRIDE STUDENTS-OF-THE-MONTH--January Students-of-the-Month have been selected! They are: Freshman: Max Labato, Andrew Lane, Wok Lai (Dorothy) Li, Gaby Mazariegos-Mazariegos,

Sophomores: Fatima Ayala, Ryan Chung, Sara Erickson, Francisco Urias, Juniors: Daisy Lookinland, Vivian Rodas and Seniors: Erik Anderson, Rosmery Reyes. Congratulations to all of you for being such wonderful examples of Bulldog PRIDE! (Truett 2/9-2/14)

FOOTBALL- There will be a mandatory meeting for all football players Monday, February 13th right after school in the weight room. (Cosgriff 2/8-2/13)

THERE WILL BE A SENIOR SUCCESS ADVISORY--on Wednesday, February 15th on completing your FAFSA or CA Dream Act in LA 213. If you need to submit please bring your parents tax info to school and 10,000 Degrees and SR staff will be there to help you. (Fernandez, 2/6-2/15)

TRACK AND FIELD PRACTICE STARTS THIS WEEK--Meet at the bleachers 30 minutes after school and be prepared to run! If you are currently in a winter sport, continue competing there until that season is done. Hope to see you out there! (Verheecke 2/6-2/8)

TRYOUT DATES FOR TENNIS TEAM-- Tryouts for tennis team for this week are postponed till next Monday at 3:45 pm. Looking forward to see all of you, that are interested on joining the tennis team.

(Galli 2/9-2/10)

VALENTINE’S DAY GRAMS—Buy them in the Student Store during brunch and lunch. (Allen 2/1-2/10)

OUR ANNUAL RED AND WHITE CAVALCADE TALENT SHOW IS THIS FRIDAY--Don't miss this stream of talent from our students including a variety of singing, dancing, bands and comedy. Tickets at the door at $7. for students and seniors and $10. for adults. See you there! (Deamer 2/6-2/10)

ALL CAVALCADE PARTICIPANTS HAVE REHEARSALS--this Thursday after school in the theatre. Bring all CDs needed. (Deamer 2/6-2/9)

RESTORATION DAY THIS WEEKEND, RAIN OR SHINE! --Everyone welcome! Sign up on Ms. Kalish’s door or with Ms. Metcalfe. Saturday is supposed to be the first day of sunshine all week! (Kalish 2/6-2/10)

WANT TO SOAK UP THE SUN, SEE ANCIENT RUINS, AND MEET GREEK GODS?--Come to Greece in Summer 2018! Bring your parents to an informational meeting on Weds the 15th at 6 PM in LA 202 to lock in the best price. See you then! (Evans 2/6-2/15)

SIGN-UPS FOR PRACTICE ACT AND SAT CLASSES--in the Counseling office and the CCC. There is a Free Prep class for SAT or ACT and a Free ACT on Monday, February 13th. There is a 2 day SAT Prep course Wednesday, February 15th and Thursday, March 2nd and a 2 day ACT Prep course on Thursday, March 23rd and Wednesday, March 29th. (Trimble 1/24-2/10)

SENIORS--there will be a Senior Success Advisory on Wednesday February 15th to complete your FAFSA or CA Dream Act in LA 213. If you need to submit please bring your parents tax info to school and 10,000 Degrees and SR staff will be there to help you. (Fernandez, 2/6-2/15)

SENIORS--visit the CCC, Naviance, or scholarship board for scholarship applications. Many deadlines are approaching. Don't miss out on free money for college! (Fernandez, 2/8-2/17

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Published: 2/9/17




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T=A(T) W=B T=A(A/T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2017

TODAY’S GAMES--Boys Varsity Soccer MCAL Playoff game @TL, 3p (Early Release 1:45p). (Galli 2/8)

INTERACT CLUB— Interested in Volunteer opportunities? Come to the Interact Club today at lunch in S106. (Kalish 2/7-2/8, 2/14-2/15, 2/28-3/1)

STAND UP TO CANCER CLUB—is meeting at Lunch today in LA219. (Allan 2/8, 2/15, 3/1) Run every Wednesday

ALL STUDENTS WHO PLAN TO TAKE AP SPANISH LANGUAGE AND CULTURE NEXT YEAR--must come to a mandatory meeting in AD304 at lunch today. You will be doing a short writing evaluation. Please feel free to bring your lunch. (Crome 2/1-2/8)

ATTENTION CAST OF GUYS AND DOLLS--rehearsal today is in the band room for all except Army.

Friday, we need all cast in the crap shooters scene in the band room. (Deamer 2/8)

ALL FRESHMEN SIGNED UP FOR AP EUROPEAN HISTORY--must take a MANDATORY writing assessment on Thursday, February 9th in LA 217 from 3:00pm to 4:30pm. Please see Mr. Winton in LA 217 with questions. (Winton 2/3-2/9)

CSF APPLICATIONS--are due on Friday, February 10th. Stop by Mrs. Ayoob's room and grab an application outside LA 210! (Sanchez 2/1-2/10)

TRACK AND FIELD PRACTICE STARTS THIS WEEK--Meet at the bleachers 30 minutes after school and be prepared to run! If you are currently in a winter sport, continue competing there until that season is done. Hope to see you out there! (Verheecke 2/6-2/8)

TRYOUT DATES FOR TENNIS TEAM--On Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays after school today. Start time is right after the last school bell, players must be at Tennis Courts, no later than 10 minutes after the last school bell and dressed in athletic clothes and proper attire. Coach will have some rackets for those that may need it. (Galli 2/1-2/20)

VALENTINE’S DAY GRAMS—Buy them in the Student Store during brunch and lunch. (Allen 2/1-2/10)

OUR ANNUAL RED AND WHITE CAVALCADE TALENT SHOW IS THIS FRIDAY--Don't miss this stream of talent from our students including a variety of singing, dancing, bands and comedy. Tickets at the door at $7. for students and seniors and $10. for adults. See you there! (Deamer 2/6-2/10)

ALL CAVALCADE PARTICIPANTS HAVE REHEARSALS--this Wednesday and Thursday after school in the theatre. Bring all CDs needed. (Deamer 2/6-2/9)

RESTORATION DAY THIS WEEKEND, RAIN OR SHINE! --Everyone welcome! Sign up on Ms. Kalish’s door or with Ms. Metcalfe. Saturday is supposed to be the first day of sunshine all week! (Kalish 2/6-2/10)

WANT TO SOAK UP THE SUN, SEE ANCIENT RUINS, AND MEET GREEK GODS?--Come to Greece in Summer 2018! Bring your parents to an informational meeting on Weds the 15th at 6 PM in LA 202 to lock in the best price. See you then! (Evans 2/6-2/15)

THANK YOU--to all the advisories that participated in the Bulldog PRIDE poster contest. Congratulations to the following winners of the contest: 9th grade: Ms. Thurston's Advisory, 10th grade: Ms. Crome's, 11th grade: Ms. Kenzy's and 12th grade: Ms. Brett's. A brunch will be delivered to the four advisories on 2/9/17. (Herman 2/7-2/8)

CONGRATULATIONS to the undefeated SRHS Varsity Cheer Coed Competition team for bringing home another 1st place title from the USA California Open Championship last weekend! Five for five this season! Go Bulldogs! (Hoch 2/6-2/8)

ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS—Please use the crosswalks and do not jay walk on the way to school, during lunch or after school. You will lose off campus lunch privileges if you violate this rule. Please be safe! (Dennis 1/25-2/8)

SIGN-UPS FOR PRACTICE ACT AND SAT CLASSES--in the Counseling office and the CCC. There is a Free Prep class for SAT or ACT and a Free ACT on Monday, February 13th. There is a 2 day SAT Prep course Wednesday, February 15th and Thursday, March 2nd and a 2 day ACT Prep course on Thursday, March 23rd and Wednesday, March 29th. (Trimble 1/24-2/10)

SENIORS--there will be a Senior Success Advisory on Wednesday February 15th to complete your FAFSA or CA Dream Act in LA 213. If you need to submit please bring your parents tax info to school and 10,000 Degrees and SR staff will be there to help you. (Fernandez, 2/6-2/15)

SENIORS--visit the CCC, Naviance, or scholarship board for scholarship applications. Many deadlines are approaching. Don't miss out on free money for college! (Fernandez, 2/8-2/17

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Published: 2/8/17




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T=A(T) W=B T=A(A/T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2017

ECO-ACTION CLUB--meeting today at lunch in S106. Come help change the world, one action at a time. (Kalish 2/6-2/7, 2/13-2/14, 2/27-2/28)

MUJERS CON PODER—meeting today in the Bulldog Theater after school. (Heredia /6-2/7, 2/13-2/14, 2/27-2/28)

GSA-THE GENDER AND SEXUALITY ALLIANCE--Come to our meeting today in SC102 at Lunch. (Sloneker 2/7, 2/14, 2/28)

TRACK AND FIELD PRACTICE STARTS THIS WEEK--Meet at the bleachers 30 minutes after school and be prepared to run! If you are currently in a winter sport, continue competing there until that season is done. Hope to see you out there! (Verheecke 2/6-2/8)

TRYOUT DATES FOR TENNIS TEAM--On Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays after school beginning today. Start time is right after the last school bell, players must be at Tennis Courts, no later than 10 minutes after the last school bell and dressed in athletic clothes and proper attire. Coach will have some rackets for those that may need it. (Galli 2/1-2/20)

VALENTINE’S DAY GRAMS—Buy them starting today in the Student Store during brunch and lunch. (Allen 2/1-2/10)

ALL STUDENTS WHO PLAN TO TAKE AP SPANISH LANGUAGE AND CULTURE NEXT YEAR--must come to a mandatory meeting in AD304 at lunch on Wednesday, February 8. You will be doing a short writing evaluation. Please feel free to bring your lunch. (Crome 2/1-2/8)

ALL FRESHMEN SIGNED UP FOR AP EUROPEAN HISTORY--must take a MANDATORY writing assessment on Thursday, February 9th in LA 217 from 3:00pm to 4:30pm. Please see Mr. Winton in LA 217 with questions. (Winton 2/3-2/9)

OUR ANNUAL RED AND WHITE CAVALCADE TALENT SHOW IS THIS FRIDAY--Don't miss this stream of talent from our students including a variety of singing, dancing, bands and comedy. Tickets at the door at $7. for students and seniors and $10. for adults. See you there! (Deamer 2/6-2/10)

ALL CAVALCADE PARTICIPANTS HAVE REHEARSALS--this Wednesday and Thursday after school in the theatre. Bring all CDs needed. (Deamer 2/6-2/9)

CSF APPLICATIONS--are due on Friday, February 10th. Stop by Mrs. Ayoob's room and grab an application outside LA 210! (Sanchez 2/1-2/10)

RESTORATION DAY THIS WEEKEND, RAIN OR SHINE! --Everyone welcome! Sign up on Ms. Kalish’s door or with Ms. Metcalfe. Saturday is supposed to be the first day of sunshine all week! (Kalish 2/6-2/10)

WANT TO SOAK UP THE SUN, SEE ANCIENT RUINS, AND MEET GREEK GODS?--Come to Greece in Summer 2018! Bring your parents to an informational meeting on Weds the 15th at 6 PM in LA 202 to lock in the best price. See you then! (Evans 2/6-2/15)

CONGRATULATIONS to the undefeated SRHS Varsity Cheer Coed Competition team for bringing home another 1st place title from the USA California Open Championship last weekend! Five for five this season! Go Bulldogs! (Hoch 2/6-2/8)

ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS—Please use the crosswalks and do not jay walk on the way to school, during lunch or after school. You will lose off campus lunch privileges if you violate this rule. Please be safe! (Dennis 1/25-2/8)

SIGN-UPS FOR PRACTICE ACT AND SAT CLASSES--in the Counseling office and the CCC. There is a Free Prep class for SAT or ACT and a Free ACT on Monday, February 13th. There is a 2 day SAT Prep course Wednesday, February 15th and Thursday, March 2nd and a 2 day ACT Prep course on Thursday, March 23rd and Wednesday, March 29th. (Trimble 1/24-2/10)

SENIORS--there will be a Senior Success Advisory on Wednesday February 15th to complete your FAFSA or CA Dream Act in LA 213. If you need to submit please bring your parents tax info to school and 10,000 Degrees and SR staff will be there to help you. (Fernandez, 2/6-2/15

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Published: 2/7/17




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T=A(T) W=B T=A(A/T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 2017

ECO-ACTION CLUB--meeting Tuesdays at lunch in S106. Come help change the world, one action at a time. (Kalish 2/6-2/7, 2/13-2/14, 2/27-2/28)

MUJERS CON PODER—meeting every Tuesday in the Bulldog Theater after school. (Heredia /6-2/7, 2/13-2/14, 2/27-2/28)

ATTENTION EVERYONE INTERESTED IN PLAYING VARSITY, JV OR FRESHMAN BASEBALL IN THE SPRING--If you have not played on a high school team this year but wish to try out for baseball, you must get a physical done and turn it in before our first day of tryouts today, and turn it in to Tim Galli in the Main Office, Tryouts start 20 minutes after the bell rings at the baseball field. (Detwiler 1/23-2/6)

TRYOUT DATES FOR TENNIS TEAM--On Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays after school beginning today. Start time is right after the last school bell, players must be at Tennis Courts, no later than 10 minutes after the last school bell and dressed in athletic clothes and proper attire. Coach will have some rackets for those that may need it. (Galli 2/1-2/20)

SR VARSITY SWIMMING--2017 Swim Season begins today at 4pm. Please meet on the pool deck. We will have a team meeting and then get in the pool for our first practice. Please bring a swimsuit, goggles, cap, towel & water bottle. . Note: You must complete physical forms before February 6th to get in the pool. Packets can be found on the school website or in the main office. (Galli 2/3-2/6)

VALENTINE’S DAY GRAMS—Buy them starting today in the Student Store during brunch and lunch. (Allen 2/1-2/10)

ALL STUDENTS WHO PLAN TO TAKE AP SPANISH LANGUAGE AND CULTURE NEXT YEAR--must come to a mandatory meeting in AD304 at lunch on Wednesday, February 8. You will be doing a short writing evaluation. Please feel free to bring your lunch. (Crome 2/1-2/8)

ALL FRESHMEN SIGNED UP FOR AP EUROPEAN HISTORY--must take a MANDATORY writing assessment on Thursday, February 9th in LA 217 from 3:00pm to 4:30pm. Please see Mr. Winton in LA 217 with questions. (Winton 2/3-2/9)

CSF APPLICATIONS--are due on Friday, February 10th. Stop by Mrs. Ayoob's room and grab an application outside LA 210! (Sanchez 2/1-2/10)

ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS—Please use the crosswalks and do not jay walk on the way to school, during lunch or after school. You will lose off campus lunch privileges if you violate this rule. Please be safe! (Dennis 1/25-2/8)

SIGN-UPS FOR PRACTICE ACT AND SAT CLASSES--in the Counseling office and the CCC. There is a Free Prep class for SAT or ACT and a Free ACT on Monday, February 13th. There is a 2 day SAT Prep course Wednesday, February 15th and Thursday, March 2nd and a 2 day ACT Prep course on Thursday, March 23rd and Wednesday, March 29th. (Trimble 1/24-2/10)

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Published: 2/6/17




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M-A(T) T=B W= A(A/T) T=B F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 2017

TODAY’S AND SATURDAY’S GAMES--Girls Soccer vs Justin Siena V @ Redwood 3:15. Saturday-Make-up Boy JV Soccer vs TL; @TL 11:30am, Basketball vs Novato @SR; Boys FR 4:30p, Boys JV 5:45p and Basketball vs Novato @Novato; Girls JV 2:45p, Girls V 6p, Boys V 7:30p. (Galli 2/3)

ULTIMATE FRISBEE TEAM—Will be meeting today for an hour directly after school on the football field. No experience is necessary. (1/26-1/27, 2/2-2/3, 2/9-2/10, 2/16-2/17)

FARMERS MARKET—is held today after school! Bring 2 reusable bags and load up on dinner for Friday night, and breakfast, lunch and dinner for Saturday and Sunday. Be kind to your hardworking parents because this can equal food worth $50-$100 dollars a month. All SRHS students are welcome. (Bryant 2/2-2/3, 2/9-2/10, 2/16-2/17)

SENIORS—There will be a brief class meeting today during lunch in LA219. We will be voting on a class motto and talking about fundraising. (Allen 2/1-2/3)

HIKING CLUB- Our first hike of 2017 is today. We will be going to Sun Valley Hills. If you'd like to go please come to the CCC to sign up on the clipboard. Space is limited, so sign up now if you can! Ms. Fernandez has extra permission slips available. Bring water and wear comfortable shoes. (Fernandez, 1/31-2/3)

TRYOUT DATES FOR TENNIS TEAM--On Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays after school beginning February 6th. Start time is right after the last school bell, players must be at Tennis Courts, no later than 10 minutes after the last school bell and dressed in athletic clothes and proper attire. Coach will have some rackets for those that may need it. (Galli 2/1-2/20)

SR VARSITY SWIMMING--2017 Swim Season Begins Monday, February 6th, at 4pm. Please meet on the pool deck. We will have a team meeting and then get in the pool for our first practice. Please bring a swimsuit, goggles, cap, towel & water bottle. . Note: You must complete physical forms before February 6th to get in the pool. Packets can be found on the school website or in the main office. (Galli 1/30-2/3)

ALL STUDENTS WHO PLAN TO TAKE AP SPANISH LANGUAGE AND CULTURE NEXT YEAR--must come to a mandatory meeting in Ms. Crome’s room (AD304) at lunch on Wednesday, February 8. You will be doing a short writing evaluation. Please feel free to bring your lunch. (Crome 2/1-2/8)

VALENTINE’S DAY GRAMS—Buy them starting on Monday, February 6th in the Student Store during brunch and lunch. (Allen 2/1-2/10)

CSF APPLICATIONS--are due on Friday, February 10th. Stop by Mrs. Ayoob's room and grab an application outside LA 210! (Sanchez 2/1-2/10)

ATTENTION SENIORS--If you have mid-year reports due to your colleges please come to the counseling office and complete a transcript request form. Please also supply the due date of the mid-year reports for each school. Any questions, see Ms. Pipkin in counseling office. (Pipkin 1/31-2/3)

ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS—Please use the crosswalks and do not jay walk on the way to school, during lunch or after school. You will lose off campus lunch privileges if you violate this rule. Please be safe! (Dennis 1/25-2/8)

ATTENTION EVERYONE INTERESTED IN PLAYING VARSITY, JV OR FRESHMAN BASEBALL IN THE SPRING--If you have not played on a high school team this year but wish to try out for baseball, you must get a physical done and turn it in before our first day of tryouts on February 6th, and turn it in to Tim Galli in the Main Office, Tryouts start 20 minutes after the bell rings at the baseball field. (Detwiler 1/23-2/6)

SIGN-UPS FOR PRACTICE ACT AND SAT CLASSES--in the Counseling office and the CCC. There is a Free Prep class for SAT or ACT and a Free ACT on Monday, February 13th. There is a 2 day SAT Prep course Wednesday, February 15th and Thursday, March 2nd and a 2 day ACT Prep course on Thursday, March 23rd and Wednesday, March 29th. (Trimble 1/24-2/10)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 2/3/17




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M-A(T) T=B W= A(A/T) T=B F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 2017

TODAY’S GAMES--Basketball vs Justin Siena @SR; Girls V 6p, Boys V 7:30p, Basketball vs Justin Siena @Justin Siena; Girls JV 6p, Boys JV 7p, FR Girls Basketball vs Tam @Tam; 5:45p and Boys Soccer vs Justin Siena V @ MC 6PM, JV @Justin Siena 3:15p (Early Release 1:30p). (Galli 2/2)

ATTENTION ALL JUNIORS—There will be a class meeting in SC101 today at lunch. We will be discussing our upcoming bake sale and prom! (Healy 2/1-2/2)

ULTIMATE FRISBEE TEAM—Will be meeting on Fridays for an hour directly after school on the football field. No experience is necessary. (1/26-1/27, 2/2-2/3, 2/9-2/10, 2/16-2/17)

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. Be kind to your hardworking parents because this can equal food worth $50-$100 dollars a month. All SRHS students are welcome. (Bryant 2/2-2/3, 2/9-2/10, 2/16-2/17)

SENIORS—There will be a brief class meeting this Friday, February 3rd during lunch in LA219. We will be voting on a class motto and talking about fundraising. (Allen 2/1-2/3)

HIKING CLUB- Our first hike of 2017 is this Friday, February 3rd. We will be going to Sun Valley Hills. If you'd like to go please come to the CCC to sign up on the clipboard. Space is limited, so sign up now if you can! Ms. Fernandez has extra permission slips available. Bring water and wear comfortable shoes. (Fernandez, 1/31-2/3)

TRYOUT DATES FOR TENNIS TEAM--On Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays after school beginning February 6th. Start time is right after the last school bell, players must be at Tennis Courts, no later than 10 minutes after the last school bell and dressed in athletic clothes and proper attire. Coach will have some rackets for those that may need it. (Galli 2/1-2/20)

SR VARSITY SWIMMING--2017 Swim Season Begins Monday, February 6th, at 4pm. Please meet on the pool deck. We will have a team meeting and then get in the pool for our first practice. Please bring a swimsuit, goggles, cap, towel & water bottle. . Note: You must complete physical forms before February 6th to get in the pool. Packets can be found on the school website or in the main office. (Galli 1/30-2/3)

ALL STUDENTS WHO PLAN TO TAKE AP SPANISH LANGUAGE AND CULTURE NEXT YEAR--must come to a mandatory meeting in Ms. Crome’s room (AD304) at lunch on Wednesday, February 8. You will be doing a short writing evaluation. Please feel free to bring your lunch. (Crome 2/1-2/8)

VALENTINE’S DAY GRAMS—Buy them starting on Monday, February 6th in the Student Store during brunch and lunch. (Allen 2/1-2/10)

CSF APPLICATIONS--are due on Friday, February 10th. Stop by Mrs. Ayoob's room and grab an application outside LA 210! (Sanchez 2/1-2/10)

ATTENTION SENIORS--If you have mid-year reports due to your colleges please come to the counseling office and complete a transcript request form. Please also supply the due date of the mid-year reports for each school. Any questions, see Ms. Pipkin in counseling office. (Pipkin 1/31-2/3)

ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS—Please use the crosswalks and do not jay walk on the way to school, during lunch or after school. You will lose off campus lunch privileges if you violate this rule. Please be safe! (Dennis 1/25-2/8)

ATTENTION EVERYONE INTERESTED IN PLAYING VARSITY, JV OR FRESHMAN BASEBALL IN THE SPRING--If you have not played on a high school team this year but wish to try out for baseball, you must get a physical done and turn it in before our first day of tryouts on February 6th, and turn it in to Tim Galli in the Main Office, Tryouts start 20 minutes after the bell rings at the baseball field. (Detwiler 1/23-2/6)

SIGN-UPS FOR PRACTICE ACT AND SAT CLASSES--in the Counseling office and the CCC. There is a Free Prep class for SAT or ACT on Wednesday, February 1st and a Free ACT on Monday, February 13th. There is a 2 day SAT Prep course Wednesday, February 15th and Thursday, March 2nd and a 2 day ACT Prep course on Thursday, March 23rd and Wednesday, March 29th. (Trimble 1/24-2/10

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 2/2/17




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M-A(T) T=B W= A(A/T) T=B F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

WEDESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 2017

TODAY’S GAMES--Wrestling vs Redwood and Tam Super Match, @Tam, 5p and Girls Soccer vs San Marin V location TBD, JV @San Marin 3:15p (Early Release 2p). (Galli 2/1)

STAND UP TO CANCER CLUB—is meeting at Lunch today in LA219. (Allan 2/1, 2/8, 2/15, 3/1)

INTERACT CLUB— Interested in Volunteer opportunities? Come to the Interact Club today at lunch in S106. (Kalish 1/27-1/28, 1/31-2/1, 2/7-2/8, 2/14-2/15, 2/28-3/1)

ATTENTION ALL JUNIORS—There will be a class meeting in SC101 on Thursda, February 2nd at lunch. We will be discussing our upcoming bake sale and prom! (Healy 2/1-2/2)

SENIORS—There will be a brief class meeting this Friday, February 3rd during lunch in LA219. We will be voting on a class motto and talking about fundraising. (Allen 2/1-2/3)

HIKING CLUB- Our first hike of 2017 is this Friday, February 3rd. We will be going to Sun Valley Hills. If you'd like to go please come to the CCC to sign up on the clipboard. Space is limited, so sign up now if you can! Ms. Fernandez has extra permission slips available. Bring water and wear comfortable shoes. (Fernandez, 1/31-2/3)

TRYOUT DATES FOR TENNIS TEAM--On Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays after school beginning February 6th. Start time is right after the last school bell, players must be at Tennis Courts, no later than 10 minutes after the last school bell and dressed in athletic clothes and proper attire. Coach will have some rackets for those that may need it. (Galli 2/1-2/20)

SR VARSITY SWIMMING--2017 Swim Season Begins Monday, February 6th, at 4pm. Please meet on the pool deck. We will have a team meeting and then get in the pool for our first practice. Please bring a swimsuit, goggles, cap, towel & water bottle. . Note: You must complete physical forms before February 6th to get in the pool. Packets can be found on the school website or in the main office. (Galli 1/30-2/3)

FRENCH CLUB COMMUNAUTÉ FIELD TRIP TO RESTAURANT!--In March, French Club is going to Le Comptoir [luh cong-twah], the French restaurant on 4th St! Sign-up sheet is next to AD315 door. We’re negotiating the date, menu and price, so stay tuned for details, but sign-up now. Bon Appétit! (Likover 1/26-2/1)

VALENTINE’S DAY GRAMS—Buy them starting on Monday, February 6th in the Student Store during brunch and lunch. (Allen 2/1-2/10)

CSF APPLICATIONS--are due on Friday, February 10th. Stop by Mrs. Ayoob's room and grab an application outside LA 210! (Sanchez 2/1-2/10)

ATTENTION SENIORS--If you have mid-year reports due to your colleges please come to the counseling office and complete a transcript request form. Please also supply the due date of the mid-year reports for each school. Any questions, see Ms. Pipkin in counseling office. (Pipkin 1/31-2/3)

ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS—Please use the crosswalks and do not jay walk on the way to school, during lunch or after school. You will lose off campus lunch privileges if you violate this rule. Please be safe! (Dennis 1/25-2/8)

ATTENTION EVERYONE INTERESTED IN PLAYING VARSITY, JV OR FRESHMAN BASEBALL IN THE SPRING--If you have not played on a high school team this year but wish to try out for baseball, you must get a physical done and turn it in before our first day of tryouts on February 6th, and turn it in to Tim Galli in the Main Office, Tryouts start 20 minutes after the bell rings at the baseball field. (Detwiler 1/23-2/6)

SIGN-UPS FOR PRACTICE ACT AND SAT CLASSES--in the Counseling office and the CCC. There is a Free Prep class for SAT or ACT on Wednesday, February 1st and a Free ACT on Monday, February 13th. There is a 2 day SAT Prep course Wednesday, February 15th and Thursday, March 2nd and a 2 day ACT Prep course on Thursday, March 23rd and Wednesday, March 29th. (Trimble 1/24-2/10

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 2/1/17




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M-A(T) T=B W= A(A/T) T=B F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

TUESDAY, JANUARY 31, 2017

TODAY’S GAMES-- Basketball vs Drake @SR; Boys FR 4:30p, Girls FR 5:45p, Girls JV 7p, Basketball vs Drake @Drake; Boys JV 4:30p (Early Release 3:15p), Girls V 6p, Boys V 7:30p and Boys Soccer vs San Marin V location TBD, JV @San Marin 3:15p (Early Release 2p)

ECO-ACTION CLUB--meeting today at lunch in S106. Come help change the world, one action at a time. (Kalish 1/30-1/31, 2/6-2/7, 2/13-2/14, 2/27-2/28)

MUJERS CON PODER—meeting today in the Bulldog Theater after school. (Heredia 1/30-1/31, 2/6-2/7, 2/13-2/14, 2/27-2/28)

TENNIS OPEN COURT--is coming today from 3:45 pm - 5:45 pm. Everyone is welcome. All levels are welcome. (Galli 1/26-1/31)

GSA-THE GENDER AND SEXUALITY ALLIANCE--Come to our meeting today in SC102 at Lunch. (Sloneker 1/31, 2/7, 2/14, 2/28)

INTERACT CLUB— Interested in Volunteer opportunities? Come to the Interact Club Wednesday at lunch in S106. (Kalish 1/27-1/28, 1/31-2/1, 2/7-2/8, 2/14-2/15, 2/28-3/1)

SR VARSITY SWIMMING--2017 Swim Season Begins Monday, February 6th, at 4pm. Please meet on the pool deck. We will have a team meeting and then get in the pool for our first practice. Please bring a swimsuit, goggles, cap, towel & water bottle. . Note: You must complete physical forms before February 6th to get in the pool. Packets can be found on the school website or in the main office. (Galli 1/30-2/3)

ATTENTION SENIORS--If you have mid-year reports due to your colleges please come to the counseling office and complete a transcript request form. Please also supply the due date of the mid-year reports for each school. Any questions, see Ms. Pipkin in counseling office. (Pipkin 1/26-1/31)

FRENCH CLUB COMMUNAUTÉ FIELD TRIP TO RESTAURANT!--In March, French Club is going to Le Comptoir [luh cong-twah], the French restaurant on 4th St! Sign-up sheet is next to AD315 door. We’re negotiating the date, menu and price, so stay tuned for details, but sign-up now. Bon Appétit! (Likover 1/26-2/1)

ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS—Please use the crosswalks and do not jay walk on the way to school, during lunch or after school. You will lose off campus lunch privileges if you violate this rule. Please be safe! (Dennis 1/25-2/8)

ATTENTION EVERYONE INTERESTED IN PLAYING VARSITY, JV OR FRESHMAN BASEBALL IN THE SPRING--If you have not played on a high school team this year but wish to try out for baseball, you must get a physical done and turn it in before our first day of tryouts on February 6th, and turn it in to Tim Galli in the Main Office, Tryouts start 20 minutes after the bell rings at the baseball field. (Detwiler 1/23-2/6)

SIGN-UPS FOR PRACTICE ACT AND SAT CLASSES--in the Counseling office and the CCC. There is a Free Prep class for SAT or ACT on Wednesday, February 1st and a Free ACT on Monday, February 13th. There is a 2 day SAT Prep course Wednesday, February 15th and Thursday, March 2nd and a 2 day ACT Prep course on Thursday, March 23rd and Wednesday, March 29th. (Trimble 1/24-2/10)

ATTENTION WORLD TRAVELERS--Don't forget to sign up for our trip to Paris, Normandy, and London during Spring Break of 2018. The early enrollment discount ends at the end of this month! If you are at all interested in this trip, now is the time to sign up to lock in the discounted price. We look forward to traveling with you on this history-filled adventure. Please see Madame Truett in A300 for more information. (Truett 1/13-1/31)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 1/31/17




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M-A(T) T=B W= A(A/T) T=B F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

MONDAY, JANUARY 30, 2017

ECO-ACTION CLUB--meeting Tuesdays at lunch in S106. Come help change the world, one action at a time. (Kalish 1/30-1/31, 2/6-2/7, 2/13-2/14, 2/27-2/28)

MUJERS CON PODER—meeting every Tuesday in the Bulldog Theater after school. (Heredia 1/30-1/31, 2/6-2/7, 2/13-2/14, 2/27-2/28)

SR VARSITY SWIMMING--2017 Swim Season Begins Monday, February 6th, at 4pm. Please meet on the pool deck. We will have a team meeting and then get in the pool for our first practice. Please bring a swimsuit, goggles, cap, towel & water bottle. . Note: You must complete physical forms before February 6th to get in the pool. Packets can be found on the school website or in the main office. (Galli 1/30-2/3)

ATTENTION SENIORS--If you have mid-year reports due to your colleges please come to the counseling office and complete a transcript request form. Please also supply the due date of the mid-year reports for each school. Any questions, see Ms. Pipkin in counseling office. (Pipkin 1/26-1/31)

FRENCH CLUB COMMUNAUTÉ FIELD TRIP TO RESTAURANT!--In March, French Club is going to Le Comptoir [luh cong-twah], the French restaurant on 4th St! Sign-up sheet is next to AD315 door. We’re negotiating the date, menu and price, so stay tuned for details, but sign-up now. Bon Appétit! (Likover 1/26-2/1)

TENNIS OPEN COURT--is coming this Tuesday, January 31st, from 3:45 pm - 5:45 pm. Everyone is welcome. All levels are welcome. (Galli 1/26-1/31)

ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS—Please use the crosswalks and do not jay walk on the way to school, during lunch or after school. You will lose off campus lunch privileges if you violate this rule. Please be safe! (Dennis 1/25-2/8)

ATTENTION EVERYONE INTERESTED IN PLAYING VARSITY, JV OR FRESHMAN BASEBALL IN THE SPRING--If you have not played on a high school team this year but wish to try out for baseball, you must get a physical done and turn it in before our first day of tryouts on February 6th, and turn it in to Tim Galli in the Main Office, Tryouts start 20 minutes after the bell rings at the baseball field. (Detwiler 1/23-2/6)

SIGN-UPS FOR PRACTICE ACT AND SAT CLASSES--in the Counseling office and the CCC. There is a Free Prep class for SAT or ACT on Wednesday, February 1st and a Free ACT on Monday, February 13th. There is a 2 day SAT Prep course Wednesday, February 15th and Thursday, March 2nd and a 2 day ACT Prep course on Thursday, March 23rd and Wednesday, March 29th. (Trimble 1/24-2/10)

ATTENTION WORLD TRAVELERS--Don't forget to sign up for our trip to Paris, Normandy, and London during Spring Break of 2018. The early enrollment discount ends at the end of this month! If you are at all interested in this trip, now is the time to sign up to lock in the discounted price. We look forward to traveling with you on this history-filled adventure. Please see Madame Truett in A300 for more information. (Truett 1/13-1/31)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 1/30/17




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M-B T=A(T) W=B T=A(A/T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 2017

TODAY’S AND SATURDAY’S GAMES--Basketball vs San Marin @SR; Boys JV 4:30p, Girls V 6p, Boys V 7:30p and Basketball vs San Marin @San Marin; Boys FR 4:30p (Early Release 3p), Girls JV 5:45p and Make-up Girls Soccer vs TL; JV @TL, 3:15p (Early Release 2p). Saturday- FR Girls Basketball vs Piner @ SR; 2:30, Wrestling Dawn to Dusk Tournament, @MC, 9a, Girls Wrestling Queen of the Mat @Pittsburg HS, 9:30a and TBD Soccer vs Drake @ All times Are TBD--, Girls V --, Boys V --, Girls JV --, Boys JV --. (Galli 1/26)

ULTIMATE FRISBEE TEAM—will be meeting today for an hour directly after school on the football field. No experience is necessary. (1/27-1/28)

FARMERS MARKET—is held today after school! Bring 2 reusable bags and load up on dinner for Friday night, and breakfast, lunch and dinner for Saturday and Sunday. Be kind to your hardworking parents because this can equal food worth $50-$100 dollars a month. All SRHS students are welcome. (Bryant 1/27-1/28)

SENIORS—Bring baked goods to the Senior bake sale during the girls and boys Varsity game today starting at 6PM. (Allen 1/26-1/27)

JUNIORS, BREAKING NEWS!--We just learned that a practice ACT is being offered tomorrow morning at 8:45 at Marin Prep in the Montecito Shopping Center. Come by the CCC for more info. (Leary 1/27)

THE RAIN IS PAST. NOW IT IS TIME TO GET OUT AND ENJOY THE SUNSHINE!--Come to United Market in San Rafael on Saturday, January 28th and Sunday, January 29th from 11:30am-4:30pm to buy delicious, homemade baked goods from your SR classmates. All proceeds will benefit students going on the Italy trip in February. Thank you for your support. (Truett 2/25-2/27)

ATTENTION SENIORS--If you have mid-year reports due to your colleges please come to the counseling office and complete a transcript request form. Please also supply the due date of the mid-year reports for each school. Any questions, see Ms. Pipkin in counseling office. (Pipkin 1/26-1/31)

FRENCH CLUB COMMUNAUTÉ FIELD TRIP TO RESTAURANT!--In March, French Club is going to Le Comptoir [luh cong-twah], the French restaurant on 4th St! Sign-up sheet is next to AD315 door. We’re negotiating the date, menu and price, so stay tuned for details, but sign-up now. Bon Appétit! (Likover 1/26-2/1)

TENNIS OPEN COURT--is coming this Tuesday, January 31st, from 3:45 pm - 5:45 pm. Everyone is welcome. All levels are welcome. (Galli 1/26-1/31)

ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS—Please use the crosswalks and do not jay walk on the way to school, during lunch or after school. You will lose off campus lunch privileges if you violate this rule. Please be safe! (Dennis 1/25-2/8)

ATTENTION EVERYONE INTERESTED IN PLAYING VARSITY, JV OR FRESHMAN BASEBALL IN THE SPRING--If you have not played on a high school team this year but wish to try out for baseball, you must get a physical done and turn it in before our first day of tryouts on February 6th, and turn it in to Tim Galli in the Main Office, Tryouts start 20 minutes after the bell rings at the baseball field. (Detwiler 1/23-2/6)

SPRING PLAY ART POSTER CONTEST IS HAPPENING--Make sure to turn in your drawing to Mrs. Yi or pick up a form for more information! We love seeing wonderful student work to be published in school history! Good luck! (Yi 12/23-12/27)

SIGN-UPS FOR PRACTICE ACT AND SAT CLASSES--in the Counseling office and the CCC. There is a Free Prep class for SAT or ACT on Wednesday, February 1st and a Free ACT on Monday, February 13th. There is a 2 day SAT Prep course Wednesday, February 15th and Thursday, March 2nd and a 2 day ACT Prep course on Thursday, March 23rd and Wednesday, March 29th. (Trimble 1/24-2/10)

EBOOKS ARE NOW AVAILABLE FROM THE LIBRARY--The links can be found on the library webpage. Use your student log-in when prompted and then enjoy. Be sure to… check them out. (Sanborn 1/23-1/27)

SENIOR PANORAMIC PICTURES ARE HERE--If you ordered a senior panoramic picture, please come pick it up in the Principal’s office with Ms. Rodriguez. If you would did not order one, there is still time to do so as well. (Rodriguez 1-19-1-27)

ATTENTION WORLD TRAVELERS--Don't forget to sign up for our trip to Paris, Normandy, and London during Spring Break of 2018. The early enrollment discount ends at the end of this month! If you are at all interested in this trip, now is the time to sign up to lock in the discounted price. We look forward to traveling with you on this history-filled adventure. Please see Madame Truett in A300 for more information. (Truett 1/13-1/31)

COLLEGE OF MARIN--is offering a Beginning Latin class during the Winter Term at College of Marin from February 1, 2017 through March 22, 2017 (no class on 2/22/17). There are 7 Class Sessions, Wednesdays from 6pm-8pm. Register online at COM if interested, or see Mr. Dennis for more information. (Dennis 1/23-1/27

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 1/27/17




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M-B T=A(T) W=B T=A(A/T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 2017

TODAY’S GAMES-None.

ULTIMATE FRISBEE TEAM—Will be meeting on Fridays for an hour directly after school on the football field. No experience is necessary. ( 1/27-1/28)

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. Be kind to your hardworking parents because this can equal food worth $50-$100 dollars a month. All SRHS students are welcome. (Bryant 1/27-1/28)

SENIORS—Bring baked goods to the Senior bake sale during the girls and boys Varsity game this Friday starting at 6PM. (Allen 1/26-1/27)

THE RAIN IS PAST. NOW IT IS TIME TO GET OUT AND ENJOY THE SUNSHINE!--Come to United Market in San Rafael on Saturday, January 28th and Sunday, January 29th from 11:30am-4:30pm to buy delicious, homemade baked goods from your SR classmates. All proceeds will benefit students going on the Italy trip in February. Thank you for your support. (Truett 2/25-2/27)

CONGRATULATIONS--to the undefeated SRHS Cheer Varsity Coed Competition team for bringing home their 4th Regional Championship win of the season last weekend at Deer Valley High School in Antioch! Great job Dawgs!! (Hoch 1/24-1/26)

ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS—Please use the crosswalks and do not jay walk on the way to school, during lunch or after school. You will lose off campus lunch privileges if you violate this rule. Please be safe! (Dennis 1/25-2/8)

ATTENTION EVERYONE INTERESTED IN PLAYING VARSITY, JV OR FRESHMAN BASEBALL IN THE SPRING--If you have not played on a high school team this year but wish to try out for baseball, you must get a physical done and turn it in before our first day of tryouts on February 6th, and turn it in to Tim Galli in the Main Office, Tryouts start 20 minutes after the bell rings at the baseball field. (Detwiler 1/23-2/6)

SPRING PLAY ART POSTER CONTEST IS HAPPENING--Make sure to turn in your drawing to Mrs. Yi or pick up a form for more information! We love seeing wonderful student work to be published in school history! Good luck! (Yi 12/23-12/27)

SIGN-UPS FOR PRACTICE ACT AND SAT CLASSES--in the Counseling office and the CCC. There is a Free Prep class for SAT or ACT on Wednesday, February 1st and a Free ACT on Monday, February 13th. There is a 2 day SAT Prep course Wednesday, February 15th and Thursday, March 2nd and a 2 day ACT Prep course on Thursday, March 23rd and Wednesday, March 29th. (Trimble 1/24-1/27)

EBOOKS ARE NOW AVAILABLE FROM THE LIBRARY--The links can be found on the library webpage. Use your student log-in when prompted and then enjoy. Be sure to… check them out. (Sanborn 1/23-1/27)

SENIOR PANORAMIC PICTURES ARE HERE--If you ordered a senior panoramic picture, please come pick it up in the Principal’s office with Ms. Rodriguez. If you would did not order one, there is still time to do so as well. (Rodriguez 1-19-1-27)

ATTENTION WORLD TRAVELERS--Don't forget to sign up for our trip to Paris, Normandy, and London during Spring Break of 2018. The early enrollment discount ends at the end of this month! If you are at all interested in this trip, now is the time to sign up to lock in the discounted price. We look forward to traveling with you on this history-filled adventure. Please see Madame Truett in A300 for more information. (Truett 1/13-1/31)

COLLEGE OF MARIN--is offering a Beginning Latin class during the Winter Term at College of Marin from February 1, 2017 through March 22, 2017 (no class on 2/22/17). There are 7 Class Sessions, Wednesdays from 6pm-8pm. Register online at COM if interested, or see Mr. Dennis for more information. (Dennis 1/23-1/27

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 1/26/17




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M-B T=A(T) W=B T=A(A/T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 2017

TODAY’S GAMES--FR Girls Basketball vs Alameda HS @SR; 4pm (Early Release 2:45p)

TBD Boy Soccer vs TL; V @ TL 3:15p (Early Release 2p) and Wrestling vs Drake and Justin Siena Tri-Meet, @Justin Siena, 5p (Early Release 1:45p). (Galli 1/25

STAND UP TO CANCER CLUB—is meeting at Lunch today in LA219. (Allan 1/11, 1/18, 1/25)

FRENCH CLUB COMMUNAUTEÉ--Come to French Club today at lunch in AD315! We will have snacks and discuss our upcoming field trip to a French restaurant and French store in San Rafael. That's this Wednesday during lunch Admin 315. (Likover 1/24-1/25)

INTERACT CLUB— Interested in Volunteer opportunities? Come to the Interact Club today at lunch in S106. (Kalish 1/10-1/11, 1/27-1/28, 1/31-2/1)

SENIORS--Cap and Gown orders are due today. That’s next week. Get your order in ASAP. Your senior advisor will hand out flyers with more details. (Reid 1/19-1/25)

THE RAIN IS PAST. NOW IT IS TIME TO GET OUT AND ENJOY THE SUNSHINE!--Come to United Market in San Rafael on Saturday, January 28th and Sunday, January 29th from 11:30am-4:30pm to buy delicious, homemade baked goods from your SR classmates. All proceeds will benefit students going on the Italy trip in February. Thank you for your support. (Truett 2/25-2/27)

ATTENTION CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP FEDERATION MEMBERS AND POTENTIAL NEW MEMBERS--CSF is one of the oldest Honor Societies at the high school level and our fall semester enrollment is beginning. Please join us for an informational meeting today during lunch in LA 210 regarding the application, requirements, and deadlines. There is enrollment each semester and all are welcome to attend to get more information to see if they qualify. Don't miss a chance to be a part of CSF a tradition at San Rafael High School since 1924! (Sanchez 1/19-1/25)

CONGRATULATIONS--to the undefeated SRHS Cheer Varsity Coed Competition team for bringing home their 4th Regional Championship win of the season last weekend at Deer Valley High School in Antioch! Great job Dawgs!! (Hoch 1/24-1/26)

ATTENTION EVERYONE INTERESTED IN PLAYING VARSITY, JV OR FRESHMAN BASEBALL IN THE SPRING--If you have not played on a high school team this year but wish to try out for baseball, you must get a physical done and turn it in before our first day of tryouts on February 6th, and turn it in to Tim Galli in the Main Office, Tryouts start 20 minutes after the bell rings at the baseball field. (Detwiler 1/23-2/6)

SPRING PLAY ART POSTER CONTEST IS HAPPENING--Make sure to turn in your drawing to Mrs. Yi or pick up a form for more information! We love seeing wonderful student work to be published in school history! Good luck! (Yi 12/23-12/27)

SIGN-UPS FOR PRACTICE ACT AND SAT CLASSES--in the Counseling office and the CCC. There is a Free Prep class for SAT or ACT on Wednesday, February 1st and a Free ACT on Monday, February 13th. There is a 2 day SAT Prep course Wednesday, February 15th and Thursday, March 2nd and a 2 day ACT Prep course on Thursday, March 23rd and Wednesday, March 29th. (Trimble 1/24-1/27)

EBOOKS ARE NOW AVAILABLE FROM THE LIBRARY--The links can be found on the library webpage. Use your student log-in when prompted and then enjoy. Be sure to… check them out. (Sanborn 1/23-1/27)

SENIOR PANORAMIC PICTURES ARE HERE--If you ordered a senior panoramic picture, please come pick it up in the Principal’s office with Ms. Rodriguez. If you would did not order one, there is still time to do so as well. (Rodriguez 1-19-1-27)

ATTENTION WORLD TRAVELERS--Don't forget to sign up for our trip to Paris, Normandy, and London during Spring Break of 2018. The early enrollment discount ends at the end of this month! If you are at all interested in this trip, now is the time to sign up to lock in the discounted price. We look forward to traveling with you on this history-filled adventure. Please see Madame Truett in A300 for more information. (Truett 1/13-1/31)

COLLEGE OF MARIN--is offering a Beginning Latin class during the Winter Term at College of Marin from February 1, 2017 through March 22, 2017 (no class on 2/22/17). There are 7 Class Sessions, Wednesdays from 6pm-8pm. Register online at COM if interested, or see Mr. Dennis for more information. (Dennis 1/23-1/27)

APPLICATIONS FOR THE SPRING KAISER HEALTH FORUM—are now available in the CCC! Space is limited so get them in fast. Deadline is Friday, February 17th! See Ms. Nunez for details. (Nunez 1/23-1/24)

INTERESTED IN PSYCHOLOGY AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT?--College of Marin has a 3 unit, CSU transferable Early Childhood Education Class at Tam High. It starts on January 25th and ends May 24th. Classes run on Wednesdays 3:00-5:50pm. Visit the CCC for more info! (Fernandez, 1/12-1/24)

PAPERSEED--a local non-profit in San Rafael, is looking for 6-10 students for their Global Education Internship Program. If you are passionate about social justice, international development, activism, and education please apply. Applications are due Jan. 24th, come to the CCC for more info! (Fernandez, 1/11-1/24

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 1/25/17




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M-B T=A(T) W=B T=A(A/T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 2017

TODAY’S GAMES--Basketball vs TL @SR; Boys FR 4:30p, Girls FR 5:45p, Boys JV 7p,

Basketball vs TL @TL; Girls JV 4:30p, Girls V 6p, Boys V 7:30p, TBD Girls Soccer vs TL; V @ TL 3:15p? (time TBD), JV @--, 3:15p (Early Release 2p) and Make-up Boys JV Soccer vs Branson; @Branson 3:15p (Early Release 2p). (Galli 1/24)

CONGRATULATIONS--The JV girls soccer held onto a 1-0 victory over Branson last Friday. Kelly Abey scored the lone goal (her second of the season) in the third minute of the game followed by a strong defensive performance including a shutout by Anna Schlosser. (Galli 1/24)

CONGRATULATIONS—Last Saturday, the boys' wrestling team participated in a varsity tournament at Drake HS. Over 20 teams from northern California competed. Senior Declan Mylett took second place, the highest place of any MCAL wrestler. Senior Braulio Resendiz took fourth place, junior Deybi Maldonado took fifth place, and senior Andrew Savedra took sixth place. In addition, freshman Jonah Glickstein had a pin. (Kernan 1/24)

ECO-ACTION CLUB--meeting today at lunch in S106. Come help change the world, one action at a time. (Kalish 1/23-1/24, 1/30-1/31)

MUJERS CON PODER—meeting today in the Bulldog Theater after school. (Heredia 1/23-1/24, 1/30-1/31)

GSA-THE GENDER AND SEXUALITY ALLIANCE--Come to our meeting today in SC102 at Lunch. (Sloneker 1/10, 1/27, 1/31)

SENIOR CLASS MEETING—will be held today at Lunch in LA219. (Allen 1/20-1/24)

10TH GRADERS!--The 10,000 Degrees Institute is now accepting applications. Please come to the info session in Ms. Kuehle's room (LA200) during lunch today to learn more. Free pizza for those who attend! (Fernandez, 1/20-1/24)

TODAY, COME WATCH--our Varsity girls and Varsity boys basketball teams take on our cross town rival, Terra Linda. Games are 6PM for V girls and 7:30 for V boys. Both games are at TL. Wear your red and white and come support your Dawgs! See you there! (Springhorn 1/23-1/24)

FRENCH CLUB COMMUNAUTEÉ--Come to French Club this Wednesday, January 25th at lunch in AD315! We will have snacks and discuss our upcoming field trip to a French restaurant and French store in San Rafael. That's this Wednesday during lunch Admin 315. (Likover 1/24-1/25)

INTERACT CLUB— Interested in Volunteer opportunities? Come to the Interact Club Wednesday at lunch in S106. (Kalish 1/10-1/11, 1/27-1/28, 1/31-2/1)

SENIORS--Cap and Gown orders are due Wednesday, January 25th. That’s next week. Get your order in asap. Your senior advisor will hand out flyers with more details. (Reid 1/19-1/25)

ATTENTION CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP FEDERATION MEMBERS AND POTENTIAL NEW MEMBERS--CSF is one of the oldest Honor Societies at the high school level and our fall semester enrollment is beginning. Please join us for an informational meeting Wednesday, January 25th during lunch in LA

210 regarding the application, requirements, and deadlines. There is enrollment each semester and all are welcome to attend to get more information to see if they qualify. Don't miss a chance to be a part of CSF a tradition at San Rafael High School since 1924! (Sanchez 1/19-1/25)

CONGRATULATIONS--to the undefeated SRHS Cheer Varsity Coed Competition team for bringing home their 4th Regional Championship win of the season last weekend at Deer Valley High School in Antioch! Great job Dawgs!! (Hoch 1/24-1/26)

ATTENTION EVERYONE INTERESTED IN PLAYING VARSITY, JV OR FRESHMAN BASEBALL IN THE SPRING--If you have not played on a high school team this year but wish to try out for baseball, you must get a physical done and turn it in before our first day of tryouts on February 6th, and turn it in to Tim Galli in the Main Office, Tryouts start 20 minutes after the bell rings at the baseball field. (Detwiler 1/23-2/6)

SPRING PLAY ART POSTER CONTEST IS HAPPENING--Make sure to turn in your drawing to Mrs. Yi or pick up a form for more information! We love seeing wonderful student work to be published in school history! Good luck! (Yi 12/23-12/27)

SIGN-UPS FOR PRACTICE ACT AND SAT CLASSES--in the Counseling office and the CCC. There is a Free Prep class for SAT or ACT on Wednesday, February 1st and a Free ACT on Monday, February 13th. There is a 2 day SAT Prep course Wednesday, February 15th and Thursday, March 2nd and a 2 day ACT Prep course on Thursday, March 23rd and Wednesday, March 29th. (Trimble 1/24-1/27)

EBOOKS ARE NOW AVAILABLE FROM THE LIBRARY--The links can be found on the library webpage. Use your student log-in when prompted and then enjoy. Be sure to… check them out. (Sanborn 1/23-1/27)

SENIOR PANORAMIC PICTURES ARE HERE--If you ordered a senior panoramic picture, please come pick it up in the Principal’s office with Ms. Rodriguez. If you would did not order one, there is still time to do so as well. (Rodriguez 1-19-1-27)

ATTENTION WORLD TRAVELERS--Don't forget to sign up for our trip to Paris, Normandy, and London during Spring Break of 2018. The early enrollment discount ends at the end of this month! If you are at all interested in this trip, now is the time to sign up to lock in the discounted price. We look forward to traveling with you on this history-filled adventure. Please see Madame Truett in A300 for more information. (Truett 1/13-1/31)

COLLEGE OF MARIN--is offering a Beginning Latin class during the Winter Term at College of Marin from February 1, 2017 through March 22, 2017 (no class on 2/22/17). There are 7 Class Sessions, Wednesdays from 6pm-8pm. Register online at COM if interested, or see Mr. Dennis for more information. (Dennis 1/23-1/27)

APPLICATIONS FOR THE SPRING KAISER HEALTH FORUM—are now available in the CCC! Space is limited so get them in fast. Deadline is Friday, February 17th! See Ms. Nunez for details. (Nunez 1/23-1/24)

INTERESTED IN PSYCHOLOGY AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT?--College of Marin has a 3 unit, CSU transferable Early Childhood Education Class at Tam High. It starts on January 25th and ends May 24th. Classes run on Wednesdays 3:00-5:50pm. Visit the CCC for more info! (Fernandez, 1/12-1/24)

PAPERSEED--a local non-profit in San Rafael, is looking for 6-10 students for their Global Education Internship Program. If you are passionate about social justice, international development, activism, and education please apply. Applications are due Jan. 24th, come to the CCC for more info! (Fernandez, 1/11-1/24

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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M-B T=A(T) W=B T=A(A/T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

MONDAY, JANUARY 23, 2017

ECO-ACTION CLUB--meeting Tuesdays at lunch in S106. Come help change the world, one action at a time. (Kalish 1/23-1/24, 1/30-1/31)

MUJERS CON PODER—meeting every Tuesday in the Bulldog Theater after school. (Heredia 1/23-1/24, 1/30-1/31)

EBOOKS ARE NOW AVAILABLE FROM THE LIBRARY--The links can be found on the library webpage. Use your student log-in when prompted and then enjoy. Be sure to… check them out. (Sanborn 1/23-1/27)

ARE YOU PLANNING ON TAKING AN HONORS OR AP COURSE NEXT YEAR?--The application is currently open in Naviance and needs to be submitted online by noon Tuesday, January 24th. If you need help, stop by LA215 during advisory on Tuesday. Contact the Counseling Office with questions. (Feldstein 1/23–1/24)

SENIOR CLASS MEETING—will be held on Tuesday, January 24th at Lunch in LA219. (Allen 1/20-1/24)

SENIORS--Cap and Gown orders are due Wednesday, January 25th. That’s next week. Get your order in asap. Your senior advisor will hand out flyers with more details. (Reid 1/19-1/25)

ATTENTION CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP FEDERATION MEMBERS AND POTENTIAL NEW MEMBERS--CSF is one of the oldest Honor Societies at the high school level and our fall semester enrollment is beginning. Please join us for an informational meeting Wednesday, January 25th during lunch in LA 210 regarding the application, requirements, and deadlines. There is enrollment each semester and all are welcome to attend to get more information to see if they qualify. Don't miss a chance to be a part of CSF a tradition at San Rafael High School since 1924! (Sanchez 1/19-1/25)

10TH GRADERS!--The 10,000 Degrees Institute is now accepting applications. Please come to the info session in Ms. Kuehle's room (LA200) during lunch on Tuesday January 24th to learn more. Free pizza for those who attend! (Fernandez, 1/20-1/24)

SENIOR PANORAMIC PICTURES ARE HERE--If you ordered a senior panoramic picture, please come pick it up in the Principal’s office with Ms. Rodriguez. If you would did not order one, there is still time to do so as well. (Rodriguez 1-19-1-27)

ATTENTION WORLD TRAVELERS--Don't forget to sign up for our trip to Paris, Normandy, and London during Spring Break of 2018. The early enrollment discount ends at the end of this month! If you are at all interested in this trip, now is the time to sign up to lock in the discounted price. We look forward to traveling with you on this history-filled adventure. Please see Madame Truett in A300 for more information. (Truett 1/13-1/31)

COLLEGE OF MARIN--is offering a Beginning Latin class during the Winter Term at College of Marin from February 1, 2017 through March 22, 2017 (no class on 2/22/17). There are 7 Class Sessions, Wednesdays from 6pm-8pm. Register online at COM if interested, or see Mr. Dennis for more information. (Dennis 1/23-1/27)

APPLICATIONS FOR THE SPRING KAISER HEALTH FORUM—are now available in the CCC! Space is limited so get them in fast. Deadline is Friday, February 17th! See Ms. Nunez for details. (Nunez 1/23-1/24)

INTERESTED IN PSYCHOLOGY AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT?--College of Marin has a 3 unit, CSU transferable Early Childhood Education Class at Tam High. It starts on January 25th and ends May 24th. Classes run on Wednesdays 3:00-5:50pm. Visit the CCC for more info! (Fernandez, 1/12-1/24)

PAPERSEED--a local non-profit in San Rafael, is looking for 6-10 students for their Global Education Internship Program. If you are passionate about social justice, international development, activism, and education please apply. Applications are due Jan. 24th, come to the CCC for more info! (Fernandez, 1/11-1/24

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Published: 1/23/17




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M-NO SCHOOL T=B W=A(T) T=B F=A(A/T)

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 2017

TODAY’S AND SATURDAY’S GAMES--Basketball vs Tam @SR; Girls FR 4:30p, Boys FR 5:45p, Girls JV 7p, Basketball vs Tam @Tam; Boys JV 4:30p, Girls V 6p, Boys V 7:30p, Girls Soccer vs Branson; JV @Branson 3:15p (Early Release 2p) and Make-up Game - JV Boys Soccer vs Tam @Tam 3:15p (Early Release 2p). Saturday--Soccer vs Novato @Redwood Girls V 9a, Boys V 11 am; @MC Girls JV 9a, Boys JV 11a, Varsity Boys Wrestling @Chris Snowden Memorial Tournament, Drake HS, 9am and Girls Wrestling @Seaside Showdown, Terra Nova HS, 9am. (Galli 1/20)

WOULD YOU LIKE TO HAVE YOUR VOICE HEARD?—If you do, come the 1st meeting of the SRHS Newspaper Club. The meeting will be held today at lunch in LA303. (Hager 1/19-1/20)

AUTHOR’S CLUB—meeting is today at lunch in LA307. Snacks will be provided. We hope to see you there. (Bond 1/20)

ULTIMATE FRISBEE TEAM—will be meeting on Fridays for an hour directly after school on the football field. No experience is necessary. (12/15-12/16, 1/12-1/13, 1/19-1/20, 1/27-1/28)

FARMERS MARKET—is back after school today! Bring 2 reusable bags and load up on dinner for Friday night, and breakfast, lunch and dinner for Saturday and Sunday. Be kind to your hardworking parents because this can equal food worth $50-$100 dollars a month. All SRHS students are welcome. (Bryant 1/19-1/20, 1/27-1/28)

RESTORATION DAY THIS SATURDAY--See Ms. Kalish to sign up. Everyone welcome. (Kalish 1/17-1/20)

SENIOR CLASS MEETING—will be held on Tuesday, January 24th at Lunch in LA219. (Allen 1/20-1/24)

SENIORS--Cap and Gown orders are due January 25th. That’s next week. Get your order in asap. Your senior advisor will hand out flyers with more details. (Reid 1/19-1/25)

ATTENTION CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP FEDERATION MEMBERS AND POTENTIAL NEW MEMBERS--CSF is one of the oldest Honor Societies at the high school level and our fall semester enrollment is beginning. Please join us for an informational meeting Wednesday, January 25th during lunch in LA 210 regarding the application, requirements, and deadlines. There is enrollment each semester and all are welcome to attend to get more information to see if they qualify. Don't miss a chance to be a part of CSF a tradition at San Rafael High School since 1924! (Sanchez 1/19-1/25)

SENIOR PANORAMIC PICTURES ARE HERE--If you ordered a senior panoramic picture, please come pick it up in the Principal’s office with Ms. Rodriguez. If you would did not order one, there is still time to do so as well. (Rodriguez 1-19-1-27)

ARE YOU PLANNING ON TAKING AN HONORS OR AP COURSE NEXT YEAR?--The application is currently open in Naviance and needs to be submitted online by noon next Tuesday, January 24th. If you need help, stop by LA215 during Lunch on Friday. Contact the Counseling Office with questions. (Feldstein 1/19-1/20)

SR SWIMMING'S SPRING SEASON IS RIGHT AROUND THE CORNER--If you missed our meeting on December 8th and are interested in joining the SR Swimming Team, then email swimteamsrhs@gmail.com call our Team Manager Suzanne 415-336-0869 indicating your interest. We’ll make sure to get you all necessary information before the season starts. Note: You must complete physical forms before February 6th to get in the pool. Packets can be found on the school website or in the main office. (Galli 1/17-1/20)

IT'S CAVALCADE TIME AGAIN! CALLING ALL TALENTED SRHS STUDENTS AND STAFF--join in the fun of our annual talent show, the Red and White Cavalcade. This year's show is Friday, February 10th. Starting this week, you may audition during any lunch in the band room. We need a wide variety of singers, actors, musicians, dancers and movement specialists. If you have questions, see Mr. Castle or Ms. Deamer. (Deamer 1/12-1/20)

ATTENTION WORLD TRAVELERS--Don't forget to sign up for our trip to Paris, Normandy, and London during Spring Break of 2018. The early enrollment discount ends at the end of this month! If you are at all interested in this trip, now is the time to sign up to lock in the discounted price. We look forward to traveling with you on this history-filled adventure. Please see Madame Truett in A300 for more information. (Truett 1/13-1/31)

INTERESTED IN PSYCHOLOGY AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT?--College of Marin has a 3 unit, CSU transferable Early Childhood Education Class at Tam High. It starts on January 25th and ends May 24th. Classes run on Wednesdays 3:00-5:50pm. Visit the CCC for more info! (Fernandez, 1/12-1/24)

PAPERSEED--a local non-profit in San Rafael, is looking for 6-10 students for their Global Education Internship Program. If you are passionate about social justice, international development, activism, and education please apply. Applications are due Jan. 24th, come to the CCC for more info! (Fernandez, 1/11-1/24

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Published: 1/20/17




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M-NO SCHOOL T=B W=A(T) T=B F=A(A/T)

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 2017

TODAY’S GAMES--No games. (Galli 1/19)

GSA IS HOLDING AN INFORMATION NIGHT--tonight from 7-8 in the Hayes Theater. Come by to learn more about the club and parade support for LGBT teens at SR. (Sloneker 1/18-1/19)

ULTIMATE FRISBEE TEAM—will be meeting on Fridays for an hour directly after school on the football field. No experience is necessary. (12/15-12/16, 1/12-1/13, 1/19-1/20, 1/27-1/28)

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. Be kind to your hardworking parents because this can equal food worth $50-$100 dollars a month. All SRHS students are welcome. (Bryant 1/19-1/20, 1/27-1/28)

RESTORATION DAY THIS SATURDAY--See Ms. Kalish to sign up. Everyone welcome. (Kalish 1/17-1/20)

ATTENTION CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP FEDERATION MEMBERS AND POTENTIAL NEW MEMBERS--CSF is one of the oldest Honor Societies at the high school level and our fall semester enrollment is beginning. Please join us for an informational meeting Wednesday, January 25th during lunch in LA 210 regarding the application, requirements, and deadlines. There is enrollment each semester and all are welcome to attend to get more information to see if they qualify. Don't miss a chance to be a part of CSF a tradition at San Rafael High School since 1924! (Sanchez 1/19-1/25)

SENIOR PANORAMIC PICTURES ARE HERE--If you ordered a senior panoramic picture, please come pick it up in the Principal’s office with Ms. Rodriguez. If you would did not order one, there is still time to do so as well. (Rodriguez 1-19-1-27

ARE YOU PLANNING ON TAKING AN HONORS OR AP COURSE NEXT YEAR?--The application is currently open in Naviance and needs to be submitted online by noon next Tuesday, January 24th. If you need help, stop by LA215 during Lunch on Friday. Contact the Counseling Office with questions. (Feldstein 1/19-1/20)

SR SWIMMING'S SPRING SEASON IS RIGHT AROUND THE CORNER--If you missed our meeting on December 8th and are interested in joining the SR Swimming Team, then email swimteamsrhs@gmail.com call our Team Manager Suzanne 415-336-0869 indicating your interest. We’ll make sure to get you all necessary information before the season starts. Note: You must complete physical forms before February 6th to get in the pool. Packets can be found on the school website or in the main office. (Galli 1/17-1/20)

IT'S CAVALCADE TIME AGAIN! CALLING ALL TALENTED SRHS STUDENTS AND STAFF--join in the fun of our annual talent show, the Red and White Cavalcade. This year's show is Friday, February 10th. Starting this week, you may audition during any lunch in the band room. We need a wide variety of singers, actors, musicians, dancers and movement specialists. If you have questions, see Mr. Castle or Ms. Deamer. (Deamer 1/12-1/20)

ATTENTION WORLD TRAVELERS--Don't forget to sign up for our trip to Paris, Normandy, and London during Spring Break of 2018. The early enrollment discount ends at the end of this month! If you are at all interested in this trip, now is the time to sign up to lock in the discounted price. We look forward to traveling with you on this history-filled adventure. Please see Madame Truett in A300 for more information. (Truett 1/13-1/31)

INTERESTED IN PSYCHOLOGY AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT?--College of Marin has a 3 unit, CSU transferable Early Childhood Education Class at Tam High. It starts on January 25th and ends May 24th. Classes run on Wednesdays 3:00-5:50pm. Visit the CCC for more info! (Fernandez, 1/12-1/24)

PAPERSEED--a local non-profit in San Rafael, is looking for 6-10 students for their Global Education Internship Program. If you are passionate about social justice, international development, activism, and education please apply. Applications are due Jan. 24th, come to the CCC for more info! (Fernandez, 1/11-1/24

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Published: 1/19/17




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M-NO SCHOOL T=B W=A(T) T=B F=A(A/T)

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 2017

INTERACT CLUB— Interested in Volunteer opportunities? Come to the Interact Club today at lunch in

FRESHMAN CLASS MEETING—will be held today. (Walters 1/18)

RESTORATION DAY THIS SATURDAY--See Ms. Kalish to sign up. Everyone welcome. (Kalish 1/17-1/20)

THE SPRING PLAY ART POSTER CONTEST IS NOW AVAILABLE! Enter into an art contest for the "Guys and Dolls" Spring Play! Bring out your creativity, Check out previous years posters in Mrs. Yi’s classroom. Contest sheets will be available in the office and Mrs. Yi’s room in AR207! Prizes include cash and other goodies! (Yi 1/17-1/18)

SR SWIMMING'S SPRING SEASON IS RIGHT AROUND THE CORNER--If you missed our meeting on December 8th and are interested in joining the SR Swimming Team, then email swimteamsrhs@gmail.com or call our Team Manager Suzanne 415-336-0869 indicating your interest. We’ll make sure to get you all necessary information before the season starts. Note: You must complete physical forms before February 6th to get in the pool. Packets can be found on the school website or in the main office. (Galli 1/17-1/20)

ARE YOU PLANNING ON TAKING AN HONORS OR AP COURSE NEXT YEAR?--The application is currently open in Naviance and needs to be submitted online by noon next Tuesday, January 24th. If you need help, stop by LA215 during advisory on Wednesday or Lunch on Friday. Contact the Counseling Office with questions. (Feldstein 1/17-1/18)

INTERESTED IN A WEEKEND YOUTH LEADERSHIP RETREAT IN SANTA CRUZ-with students from all over the Bay Area? Scholarships are available, for more information come to Kalish’s room, SC106, at Wednesday, January 18 at lunch. (Kalish 1/13-1/18)

IT'S CAVALCADE TIME AGAIN! CALLING ALL TALENTED SRHS STUDENTS AND STAFF--join in the fun of our annual talent show, the Red and White Cavalcade. This year's show is Friday, February 10th. Starting next week, January 17th, you may audition during any lunch in the band room. We need a wide variety of singers, actors, musicians, dancers and movement specialists. If you have questions, see Mr. Castle or Ms. Deamer. (Deamer 1/12-1/20)

ATTENTION WORLD TRAVELERS--Don't forget to sign up for our trip to Paris, Normandy, and London during Spring Break of 2018. The early enrollment discount ends at the end of this month! If you are at all interested in this trip, now is the time to sign up to lock in the discounted price. We look forward to traveling with you on this history-filled adventure. Please see Madame Truett in A300 for more information. (Truett 1/13-1/31)

INTERESTED IN PSYCHOLOGY AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT?--College of Marin has a 3 unit, CSU transferable Early Childhood Education Class at Tam High. It starts on January 25th and ends May 24th. Classes run on Wednesdays 3:00-5:50pm. Visit the CCC for more info! (Fernandez, 1/12-1/24)

PAPERSEED--a local non-profit in San Rafael, is looking for 6-10 students for their Global Education Internship Program. If you are passionate about social justice, international development, activism, and education please apply. Applications are due Jan. 24th, come to the CCC for more info! (Fernandez, 1/11-1/24

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Published: 1/18/17




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M-NO SCHOOL T=B W=A(T) T=B F=A(A/T)

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

TUESDAY, JANUARY 17, 2017

ECO-ACTION CLUB--meeting today at lunch in S106. Come help change the world, one action at a time. (Kalish 1/10, 1/17, 1/23-1/24, 1/30-1/31

MUJERS CON PODER—meeting today in the Bulldog Theater after school. (Heredia 1/10, 1/17, 1/23-1/24, 1/30-1/31)

SR SWIMMING'S SPRING SEASON IS RIGHT AROUND THE CORNER--If you missed our meeting on December 8th and are interested in joining the SR Swimming Team, then email swimteamsrhs@gmail.com or call our Team Manager Suzanne 415-336-0869 indicating your interest. We’ll make sure to get you all necessary information before the season starts. Note: You must complete physical forms before February 6th to get in the pool. Packets can be found on the school website or in the main office. (Galli 1/17-1/20)

ARE YOU PLANNING ON TAKING AN HONORS OR AP COURSE NEXT YEAR?--The application is currently open in Naviance and needs to be submitted online by noon next Tuesday, January 24th. If you need help, stop by LA215 during advisory on Wednesday or Lunch on Friday. Contact the Counseling Office with questions. (Feldstein 1/17-1/18)

INTERESTED IN A WEEKEND YOUTH LEADERSHIP RETREAT IN SANTA CRUZ-with students from all over the Bay Area? Scholarships are available, for more information come to Kalish’s room, SC106, at Wednesday, January 18 at lunch. (Kalish 1/13-1/18)

IT'S CAVALCADE TIME AGAIN! CALLING ALL TALENTED SRHS STUDENTS AND STAFF--join in the fun of our annual talent show, the Red and White Cavalcade. This year's show is Friday, February 10th. Starting next week, January 17th, you may audition during any lunch in the band room. We need a wide variety of singers, actors, musicians, dancers and movement specialists. If you have questions, see Mr. Castle or Ms. Deamer. (Deamer 1/12-1/20)

ATTENTION WORLD TRAVELERS--Don't forget to sign up for our trip to Paris, Normandy, and London during Spring Break of 2018. The early enrollment discount ends at the end of this month! If you are at all interested in this trip, now is the time to sign up to lock in the discounted price. We look forward to traveling with you on this history-filled adventure. Please see Madame Truett in A300 for more information. (Truett 1/13-1/31)

INTERESTED IN PSYCHOLOGY AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT?--College of Marin has a 3 unit, CSU transferable Early Childhood Education Class at Tam High. It starts on January 25th and ends May 24th. Classes run on Wednesdays 3:00-5:50pm. Visit the CCC for more info! (Fernandez, 1/12-1/24)

PAPERSEED--a local non-profit in San Rafael, is looking for 6-10 students for their Global Education Internship Program. If you are passionate about social justice, international development, activism, and education please apply. Applications are due Jan. 24th, come to the CCC for more info! (Fernandez, 1/11-1/24

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 1/17/17




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M-NO SCHOOL T=B W=A(A/T) T=B F=A(A/T)

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 2017

TODAY’S AND SATURDAY’S GAMES--no games. Saturday-Basketball vs MC @MC; Boys JV 4:30p, Girls V 6p, Boys V 7:30p, Basketball vs MC @SR; Girls FR 1p, Boys FR 2:15p, Girls JV 3:30p,

Soccer vs Tam @Tam; ; Girls JV 9a, Girls V 11a, Boys V 1p, Boys JV 3p and Wrestling @ Deets Winslow Memorial Tourney, Sonoma Valley HS, 9a. (Galli 1/13)

SOPHOMORE CLASS MEETING—is today at lunch in LA217 to discuss the upcoming bake sale and other fundraisers. (Walters 1/13)

ATTENTION SOFTBALL CANDIDATES--there will be a brief meeting in the theater at the beginning of the lunch period today. Any girls interested in playing spring softball should attend. (Galli 1/11-1/13)

ATTENTION LINK CREW LEADERS--there will be a mandatory LEADER meeting today. Please check in with your Advisory teacher and then head to the Theater. (Ayoob 1/11-1/13)

INTERNSHIP APPLICATIONS--are due today, contact Ms. Nunez in the CCC for more info! (Nunez, 1/10-1/13)

HYGIENE DRIVE—The Body Positivity Club’s Hygiene Drive is beginning. Please bring in soaps, conditioners, shampoos and feminine hygiene supplies to your Advisory class. The Advisory with the most supplies get golden Crème Donuts! Stay positive SR! Drive ends today. (Saysette 1/10-1/13)

AVID FARMER’S MARKET—will be closed until January 20th. If you are in need of food before then, please see Ms. Bryant in AD307. (Bryant 1/12-1/13, 1/19-1/20)

INTERESTED IN A WEEKEND YOUTH LEADERSHIP RETREAT IN SANTA CRUZ-with students from all over the Bay Area? Scholarships are available, for more information come to Kalish’s room, SC106, at Wednesday, January 18 at lunch. (Kalish 1/13-1/18)

IT'S CAVALCADE TIME AGAIN! CALLING ALL TALENTED SRHS STUDENTS AND STAFF--join in the fun of our annual talent show, the Red and White Cavalcade. This year's show is Friday, February 10th. Starting next week, January 17th, you may audition during any lunch in the band room. We need a wide variety of singers, actors, musicians, dancers and movement specialists. If you have questions, see Mr. Castle or Ms. Deamer. (Deamer 1/12-1/20)

ATTENTION WORLD TRAVELERS--Don't forget to sign up for our trip to Paris, Normandy, and London during Spring Break of 2018. The early enrollment discount ends at the end of this month! If you are at all interested in this trip, now is the time to sign up to lock in the discounted price. We look forward to traveling with you on this history-filled adventure. Please see Madame Truett in A300 for more information. (Truett 1/13-1/31)

HEY BULLDOGS!--Start the Spring Semester by staying organized. Did you lose your agenda or need a new one? Pick one up in the Principal’s office with Ms. Rodriguez for $3. Limited supply. First come first served. (Rodriguez 1/11-1/13)

THE CLUB IS FINALLY OPEN EVERY DAY!--Stop by the Boys & Girls Club in AR103 (next to the bike racks) for homework help, do some arts & crafts projects, learn music production skills, have a snack and meet

up with friends - every day from 2:00 to 5:00. Don’t forget to bring your Applications back, too! New ones are available at the Club and in the Counseling office. Former members, come by and see if you can find yourself in old pictures from the Davidson Club and catch up with staff members who worked there! (Barbash 1/11-1/13)

INTERESTED IN PSYCHOLOGY AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT?--College of Marin has a 3 unit, CSU transferable Early Childhood Education Class at Tam High. It starts on January 25th and ends May 24th. Classes run on Wednesdays 3:00-5:50pm. Visit the CCC for more info! (Fernandez, 1/12-1/24)

THE EIGHT-WEEK SCHOOL-TO-CAREER SPRING INTERNSHIP CYCLE--will start Monday, February 13th and run through Friday, April 7th. Application Deadline is January 13th. (Nunez 1/9-1/13)

SENIORS!--Many scholarships are available with upcoming deadlines, please check the scholarship board and CCC for more info! (Fernandez, 1/10-1/1/13)

SENIORS!--If you need to finish your FAFSA or CA Dream Act please come to the CCC to schedule an appointment and receive help submitting. (Fernandez, 1/10-1/13)

SOPHOMORES--applications for 10,000 Degrees are now open. Pick up an application in the CCC or apply online at 10000degrees.org. The deadline is March 2nd but stay tuned for more info this month! (Fernandez, 1/11-1/13)

PAPERSEED--a local non-profit in San Rafael, is looking for 6-10 students for their Global Education Internship Program. If you are passionate about social justice, international development, activism, and education please apply. Applications are due Jan. 24th, come to the CCC for more info! (Fernandez, 1/11-1/24)

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Published: 1/13/17




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M-NO SCHOOL T=B W=A(A/T) T=B F=A(A/T)

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 2017

TODAY’S GAMES--Basketball vs Redwood @Redwood; Girls FR 4:30p (Early Release 3:00p), Boys FR 5:45p, Boys JV 7:30p and Basketball vs Redwood @SR; Girls JV 4:30p (Early Release 3:15p), Girls V 6p, Boys V 7:30p and Girls Soccer vs. MC, V and JV at MC 3;15 (early release 2:00). (Galli 1/12)

HEY BULLDOGS!--Start the Spring Semester by staying organized. Did you lose your agenda or need a new one? Pick one up in the Principal’s office with Ms. Rodriguez for $3. Limited supply. First come first served. (Rodriguez 1/11-1/13)

THE WEIGHT ROOM--will be open to all San Rafael athletes. Open 20 minutes after school on Monday thru Thursday. (Lubamersky 1/11-1/12)

ATTENTION SOFTBALL CANDIDATES--there will be a brief meeting in the theater at the beginning of the lunch period THIS Friday, January 13th. Any girls interested in playing spring softball should attend. (Galli 1/11-1/13)

ATTENTION LINK CREW LEADERS--there will be a mandatory LEADER meeting this Friday, January 13th. Please check in with your Advisory teacher and then head to the Theater. (Ayoob 1/11-1/13)

HYGIENE DRIVE—The Body Positivity Club’s Hygiene Drive is beginning. Please bring in soaps, conditioners, shampoos and feminine hygiene supplies to your Advisory class. The Advisory with the most supplies get golden Crème Donuts! Stay positive SR! Drive ends on January 13th. (Saysette 1/10-1/13)

THE CLUB IS FINALLY OPEN EVERY DAY!--Stop by the Boys & Girls Club in AR103 (next to the bike racks) for homework help, do some arts & crafts projects, learn music production skills, have a snack and meet up with friends - every day from 2:00 to 5:00. Don’t forget to bring your Applications back, too! New ones are available at the Club and in the Counseling office. Former members, come by and see if you can find yourself in old pictures from the Davidson Club and catch up with staff members who worked there! (Barbash 1/11-1/13)

THE EIGHT-WEEK SCHOOL-TO-CAREER SPRING INTERNSHIP CYCLE--will start Monday, February 13th and run through Friday, April 7th. Application Deadline is January 13th. (Nunez 1/9-1/13)

SENIORS!--Many scholarships are available with upcoming deadlines, please check the scholarship board and CCC for more info! (Fernandez, 1/10-1/1/13)

SENIORS!--If you need to finish your FAFSA or CA Dream Act please come to the CCC to schedule an appointment and receive help submitting. (Fernandez, 1/10-1/13)

INTERNSHIP APPLICATIONS--are due this Friday January 13th, contact Ms. Nunez in the CCC for more info! (Nunez, 1/10-1/13)

SOPHOMORES--applications for 10,000 Degrees are now open. Pick up an application in the CCC or apply online at 10000degrees.org. The deadline is March 2nd but stay tuned for more info this month! (Fernandez, 1/11-1/13)

PAPERSEED--a local non profit in San Rafael, is looking for 6-10 students for their Global Education Internship Program. If you are passionate about social justice, international development, activism, and education please apply. Applications are due Jan. 24th, come to the CCC for more info! (Fernandez, 1/11-1/24

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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M-NO SCHOOL T=B W=A(A/T) T=B F=A(A/T)

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, 2017

TODAY’S GAMES--Boys Soccer vs MC; V and JV @MC 3:15p (Early Release 2p) and Wrestling Tri-Meet w/ Novato & San Marin, @San Marin, 4p weigh-in, 5p meet. (Galli 1/11)

THE WEIGHT ROOM--will be open, starting today to all San Rafael athletes. Open 20 minutes after school on Monday thru Thursday. (Lubamersky 1/11-1/12)

ATTENTION SOFTBALL CANDIDATES--there will be a brief meeting in the theater at the beginning of the lunch period THIS Friday. Any girls interested in playing spring softball should attend. (Galli 1/11-1/13)

ATTENTION LINK CREW LEADERS--there will be a mandatory LEADER meeting this Friday. Please check in with your Advisory teacher and then head to the Theater. (Ayoob 1/11-1/13)

THE CLUB IS FINALLY OPEN EVERY DAY!--Stop by the Boys & Girls Club in AR103 (next to the bike racks) for homework help, do some arts & crafts projects, learn music production skills, have a snack and meet up with friends - every day from 2:00 to 5:00. Don’t forget to bring your Applications back, too! New ones are available at the Club and in the Counseling office. Former members, come by and see if you can find yourself in old pictures from the Davidson Club and catch up with staff members who worked there! (Barbash 1/11-1/13)

ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS GOING ON THE ITALY TRIP THIS FEBRUARY: There will be a mandatory student and parent meeting this Wednesday, January 11th, at 6:30 in room A300. Please plan to attend. Grazie! (Truett 1/10-1/11)

THE EIGHT-WEEK SCHOOL-TO-CAREER SPRING INTERNSHIP CYCLE--will start Monday, February 13th and run through Friday, April 7th. Application Deadline is January 13th. (Nunez 1/9-1/13)

HYGIENE DRIVE—The Body Positivity Club’s Hygiene Drive is beginning. Please bring in soaps, conditioners, shampoos and feminine hygiene supplies to your Advisory class. The Advisory with the most supplies get golden Crème Donuts! Stay positive SR! Drive ends on January 13th. (Saysette 1/10-1/13)

CALLING ALL ACTORS--Today and tomorrow are the open auditions for our spring musical, the Tony Award winning, GUYS and DOLLS. There are a lot of parts including many New Yorkers, gangster/gamblers, night club performers, Cuban dancers and Salvation Army marchers. Auditions will be after school today and Thursday, in the drama room. It lasts for 2 hours. You only need to attend one of the two days. Callbacks will be Friday. Join the fun! Questions? See Ms. Deamer AR205. (Deamer 1/10-1/11)

THERE IS A FREE 18 WEEK BUILDING COURSE--starting on January 11th for students. Earn up to 5 units, qualify for summer internship with a construction professional, and get hands on training! Come to the CCC for more info. (Fernandez, 12/6-1/10)

SENIORS!--Many scholarships are available with upcoming deadlines, please check the scholarship board and CCC for more info! (Fernandez, 1/10-1/1/13)

SENIORS!--If you need to finish your FAFSA or CA Dream Act please come to the CCC to schedule an appointment and receive help submitting. (Fernandez, 1/10-1/13)

INTERNSHIP APPLICATIONS--are due this Friday January 13th, contact Ms. Nunez in the CCC for more info! (Nunez, 1/10-1/13)

SOPHOMORES--applications for 10,000 Degrees are now open. Pick up an application in the CCC or apply online at 10000degrees.org. The deadline is March 2nd but stay tuned for more info this month! (Fernandez, 1/11-1/13)

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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M-NO SCHOOL T=B W=A(A/T) T=B F=A(A/T)

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 2017

WELCOME BACK, EVERYONE!

THE EIGHT-WEEK SCHOOL-TO-CAREER SPRING INTERNSHIP CYCLE--will start Monday, February 13th and run through Friday, April 7th. Application Deadline is January 13th. (Nunez 1/9-1/13)

HYGIENE DRIVE—The Body Positivity Club’s Hygiene Drive is beginning. Please bring in soaps, conditioners, shampoos and feminine hygiene supplies to your Advisory class. The Advisory with the most supplies get golden Crème Donuts! Stay positive SR! Drive ends on January 13th. (Saysette 1/10-1/13)

CALLING ALL ACTORS--Today and tomorrow are the open auditions for our spring musical, the Tony Award winning, GUYS and DOLLS. There are a lot of parts including many New Yorkers, gangster/gamblers, night club performers, Cuban dancers and Salvation Army marchers. Auditions will be after school today and tomorrow Wednesday and Thursday, in the drama room. It lasts for 2 hours. You only need to attend one of the two days. Callbacks will be Friday. Join the fun! Questions? See Ms. Deamer AR205. (Deamer 1/10-1/11)

THERE IS A FREE 18 WEEK BUILDING COURSE--starting on January 11th for students. Earn up to 5 units, qualify for summer internship with a construction professional, and get hands on training! Come to the CCC for more info. (Fernandez, 12/6-1/10)

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Published: 1/10/17




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: T-TH=FINAL SCHEDULE-SEE BELOW F=NO SCHOOL

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 2016

HAVE A GREAT BREAK.  SEE YOU ALL ON JANUARY 10, 2017.

FINAL EXAM SCHEDULE

First Final 8:00 – 10:15

Break 10:15-10:30

Second Final 10:35-12:50 (Administration 12/16-12/23)

FINALS- Thursday=5th+6th.

LACROSSE MEETING--Thursday after Finals (1pm) in PE classroom 210. Come get schedules, Team store flyers and more. (Campos 12/21-12/22)

THE ASIAN PACIFIC ISLANDERS FOR PROFESSIONAL AND COMMUNITY ADVANCEMENT (APCA)--is seeking applicants for its 2017 Scholarship Program. The scholarship program is open to all qualified graduating high school seniors of any ethnic or cultural background with a minimum unweighted GPA of 3.4. They must be United States citizens or permanent residents of the United States. Deadline is January 31st, check scholarship board or CCC for more info. (Fernandez, 12/13-1/31)

THERE IS A FREE 18 WEEK BUILDING COURSE--starting on January 11th for students. Earn up to 5 units, qualify for summer internship with a construction professional, and get hands on training! Come to the CCC for more info. (Fernandez, 12/6-1/10)

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Published: 12/22/16




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: T-TH=FINAL SCHEDULE-SEE BELOW F=NO SCHOOL

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 2016

FINAL EXAM SCHEDULE

First Final 8:00 – 10:15

Break 10:15-10:30

Second Final 10:35-12:50 (Administration 12/16-12/23)

FINALS- Wednesday=3rd + 4th and Thursday=5th+6th.

LACROSSE MEETING--Thursday after Finals (1pm) in PE classroom 210. Come get schedules, Team store flyers and more. (Campos 12/21-12/22)

THE ASIAN PACIFIC ISLANDERS FOR PROFESSIONAL AND COMMUNITY ADVANCEMENT (APCA)--is seeking applicants for its 2017 Scholarship Program. The scholarship program is open to all qualified graduating high school seniors of any ethnic or cultural background with a minimum unweighted GPA of 3.4. They must be United States citizens or permanent residents of the United States. Deadline is January 31st, check scholarship board or CCC for more info. (Fernandez, 12/13-1/31)

THERE IS A FREE 18 WEEK BUILDING COURSE--starting on January 11th for students. Earn up to 5 units, qualify for summer internship with a construction professional, and get hands on training! Come to the CCC for more info. (Fernandez, 12/6-1/10)

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Published: 12/21/16




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: T-TH=FINAL SCHEDULE-SEE BELOW F=NO SCHOOL

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 2016

FINAL EXAM SCHEDULE

First Final 8:00 – 10:15

Break 10:15-10:30

Second Final 10:35-12:50 (Administration 12/16-12/23)

FINALS-Tuesday=1st and 2nd, Wednesday=3rd + 4th and Thursday=5th+6th.

THE ASIAN PACIFIC ISLANDERS FOR PROFESSIONAL AND COMMUNITY ADVANCEMENT (APCA)--is seeking applicants for its 2017 Scholarship Program. The scholarship program is open to all qualified graduating high school seniors of any ethnic or cultural background with a minimum unweighted GPA of 3.4. They must be United States citizens or permanent residents of the United States. Deadline is January 31st, check scholarship board or CCC for more info. (Fernandez, 12/13-1/31)

THERE IS A FREE 18 WEEK BUILDING COURSE--starting on January 11th for students. Earn up to 5 units, qualify for summer internship with a construction professional, and get hands on training! Come to the CCC for more info. (Fernandez, 12/6-1/10)

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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=MIN. A/0+7 FINALS-SEE BELOW T-TH=FINAL SCHEDULE-SEE BELOW F=NO SCHOOL

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

MONDAY, DECEMBER 19, 2016

SENIORS—You may turn in your Panoramic picture order forms to Maria in the Principal’s office until Thursday, December 22nd. (Rodriguez 12/16-12/19)

HAITI FUNDRAISER--The Haiti fundraiser was a huge success! Because of your generosity, we were able to reach our goal and raise $1000 to help support Partners in Health in Haiti. A special thanks to the students in Mr. Castle's Advisory, whose donations totaled $163.58! They will be receiving a brunch next semester courtesy of the PAL class. Thanks again to everyone, and way to go, SR! (Truett 12/15-12/19)

MIN. A DAY & FINAL FOR MONDAY, DECEMBER 19TH--

Period 0 7:00-7:55

Period 1 8:00–9:30

Brunch 9:30– 9:45

Period 2 9:50–11:20

Period 3 11:25–12:50

Lunch 12:50–1:30

Final 1:35 –3:35 (Administration 12/15-12/19)

FINAL EXAM SCHEDULE

First Final 8:00 – 10:15

Break 10:15-10:30

Second Final 10:35-12:50 (Administration 12/16-12/23)

FINALS-Tuesday=1st and 2nd, Wednesday=3rd + 4th and Thursday=5th+6th.

THE ASIAN PACIFIC ISLANDERS FOR PROFESSIONAL AND COMMUNITY ADVANCEMENT (APCA)--is seeking applicants for its 2017 Scholarship Program. The scholarship program is open to all qualified graduating high school seniors of any ethnic or cultural background with a minimum unweighted GPA of 3.4. They must be United States citizens or permanent residents of the United States. Deadline is January 31st, check scholarship board or CCC for more info. (Fernandez, 12/13-1/31)

THERE IS A FREE 18 WEEK BUILDING COURSE--starting on January 11th for students. Earn up to 5 units, qualify for summer internship with a construction professional, and get hands on training! Come to the CCC for more info. (Fernandez, 12/6-1/10

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Published: 12/19/16




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T=A(A/T) W= B TH=A(T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 2016

TODAY’S AND SATURDAY’S GAMES--Varsity Boys Basketball @Anderson Tourney; TBD and

Girls Basketball vs. Pinole Valley @Pinole Valley; JV 5:30p, V 7p. Saturday-Varsity Boys Basketball @Anderson Tourney; TBD, Soccer vs San Marin @San Marin; Boys JV 9am, Boys V 11 am; Girls V 1pm, Girls JV 3pm, Varsity Boys Wrestling @Bill Martell Tournament/Northgate HS; 9am and Girls & JV Boys Wrestling @Super Newbie Tourney/SRHS; 9am. (Galli 12/16)

HATS ON DAY—is today. Students can wear hats if they have a (Pitcher 12/2-12/9)

ULTIMATE FRISBEE TEAM—will be meeting today for an hour directly after school on the football field. No experience is necessary. (12/15-12/16, 1/12-1/13, 1/19-1/20, 1/27-1/28)

AVID FARMER’S MARKET—will be closed until January 20th. If you are in need of food before then, please see Ms. Bryant in AD307. (Bryant 12/14-12-16)

HAITI FUNDRAISER--The Haiti fundraiser was a huge success! Because of your generosity, we were able to reach our goal and raise $1000 to help support Partners in Health in Haiti. A special thanks to the students in Mr. Castle's Advisory, whose donations totaled $163.58! They will be receiving a brunch next semester courtesy of the PAL class. Thanks again to everyone, and way to go, SR! (Truett 12/15-12/19)

MIN. A DAY & FINAL FOR MONDAY, DECEMBER 19TH--

Period 0 7:00-7:55

Period 1 8:00–9:30

Brunch 9:30– 9:45

Period 2 9:50–11:20

Period 3 11:25–12:50

Lunch 12:50–1:30

Final 1:35 –3:35 (Administration 12/15-12/19)

FINAL EXAM SCHEDULE

First Final 8:00 – 10:15

Break 10:15-10:30

Second Final 10:35-12:50 (Administration 12/16-12/23)

A MESSAGE FROM YOUR SCHOOL'S FEMALE WRESTLING COACH--Come volunteer and learn a thing or two about event planning. We have schools coming over to wrestle big time at our Super Novice tournament this Saturday. December 30 the all-girls tournament The Good, The Bad, And The ___. Attendees are invited to name the third part for future years. Both in Gym 1. Come have some fun and help us girls out, please. She can be reached under athletics for Wrestling-Ziomy Coyoy. (Coyoy 12/14-12/16)

ALL FALL SPORTS ATHLETES -- If you have not received your certificates, awards or team photos, please see Ms. Look in the main office during Brunch or Lunch. (Look 12/13 – 12/16)

OUR SPRING MUSICAL IS THE TONY AWARD WINNING, GUYS AND DOLLS--There are a lot of parts including many New Yorkers, gangster/gamblers, night club performers Cuban dancers and Salvation Army workers. Auditions will be in January, after school during Wednesday and Thursday, the first week back

from break in the drama room. It lasts for 2 hours. You only need to attend one of the two days. Callbacks will be Friday. Join the fun! (Deamer 12/12-12/16)

PAL IS HAVING A CANNED FOOD DRIVE—Class boxes are placed in administration offices. Freshmen will be in Counseling, Sophomores in the Principal’s office, Juniors in the Student Store and Seniors in the Main Office. Please make sure the cans and food you’re bringing are not expired. Please check the dates before donating. Expired items will have to be thrown out. The winning grade level will receive hot chocolate and cookies in January. Deadline is Friday, December 16th. (Gonzalez 12/12-12/16)

THE ASIAN PACIFIC ISLANDERS FOR PROFESSIONAL AND COMMUNITY ADVANCEMENT (APCA)--is seeking applicants for its 2017 Scholarship Program. The scholarship program is open to all qualified graduating high school seniors of any ethnic or cultural background with a minimum unweighted GPA of 3.4. They must be United States citizens or permanent residents of the United States. Deadline is January 31st, check scholarship board or CCC for more info. (Fernandez, 12/13-1/31)

THERE IS A FREE 18 WEEK BUILDING COURSE--starting on January 11th for students. Earn up to 5 units, qualify for summer internship with a construction professional, and get hands on training! Come to the CCC for more info. (Fernandez, 12/6-1/10)

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Published: 12/16/16




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T=A(A/T) W= B TH=A(T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2016

TODAY’S GAMES--Frosh Boys Basketball vs San Marin @San Marin; 4:30 p, Varsity Boys Basketball @Anderson Tourney (Early Release is 12:20); and Frosh Girls Basketball vs Sonoma @Sonoma; 4p (Early Release 2:15p). (Galli 12/15)

ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS GOING ON THE ITALY TRIP THIS FEBRUARY--There will be a mandatory meeting at 12:25 today in room A300. Please plan to attend. Grazie! (Truett 12/12-12/15)

THE CLUB IS COMING TO THE SR CAMPUS!-- The Club will be open every day in AR103 from 1:30 to 5:30 starting in January, but it will be open today & Friday, December 16th afterschool until 5:00, so you can stop by and find out more about it. There will also be some give aways! Former members, come by and claim a prize if you can answer a question that only Davidson BGC members would know! If you’ve already filled out a registration form, bring it and your $10 registration fee, with you and get a free t-shirt. Registration forms can also be turned into Ms. Rodriguez in the principal’s office. (Barbash 12/9-12/13)

HATS ON DAY—will be held on Friday, December 16th. Students can buy the stickers that are worth $1 in their advisory classes or in Ms. G's class in T121. The last day to buy them is today. (Pitcher 12/2-12/9)

ULTIMATE FRISBEE TEAM—will be meeting on Fridays for an hour directly after school on the football field. No experience is necessary. (12/15-12/16, 1/12-1/13, 1/19-1/20, 1/27-1/28)

AVID FARMER’S MARKET—will be closed until January 20th. If you are in need of food before then, please see Ms. Bryant in AD307. (Bryant 12/14-12-16)

HAITI FUNDRAISER--The Haiti fundraiser was a huge success! Because of your generosity, we were able to reach our goal and raise $1000 to help support Partners in Health in Haiti. A special thanks to the students in Mr. Castle's Advisory, whose donations totaled $163.58! They will be receiving a brunch next semester courtesy of the PAL class. Thanks again to everyone, and way to go, SR! (Truett 12/15-12/19)

MIN. A DAY & FINAL FOR MONDAY, DECEMBER 19TH--

Period 0 7:00-7:55

Period 1 8:00–9:30

Brunch 9:30– 9:45

Period 2 9:50–11:20

Period 3 11:25–12:50

Lunch 12:50–1:30

Final 1:35 –3:35 (Administration 12/15-12/19)

A MESSAGE FROM YOUR SCHOOL'S FEMALE WRESTLING COACH--Come volunteer and learn a thing or two about event planning. We have schools coming over to wrestle big time at our Super Novice tournament this Saturday. December 30 the all-girls tournament The Good, The Bad, And The ___. Attendees are invited to name the third part for future years. Both in Gym 1. Come have some fun and help us girls out, please. She can be reached under athletics for Wrestling-Ziomy Coyoy. (Coyoy 12/14-12/16)

ALL FALL SPORTS ATHLETES -- If you have not received your certificates, awards or team photos, please see Ms. Look in the main office during Brunch or Lunch. (Look 12/13 – 12/16)

HYGIENE DRIVE—The Body Positivity Club’s Hygiene Drive is beginning. Please bring in soaps, conditioners, shampoos and feminine hygiene supplies to your Advisory class. The Advisory with the most supplies get golden Crème Donuts! Stay positive SR! Drive ends on January 13th. (Saysette 12/13-12/15, 1/10-1/13)

OUR SPRING MUSICAL IS THE TONY AWARD WINNING, GUYS AND DOLLS--There are a lot of parts including many New Yorkers, gangster/gamblers, night club performers Cuban dancers and Salvation Army workers. Auditions will be in January, after school during Wednesday and Thursday, the first week back from break in the drama room. It lasts for 2 hours. You only need to attend one of the two days. Callbacks will be Friday. Join the fun! (Deamer 12/12-12/16)

PAL IS HAVING A CANNED FOOD DRIVE—Class boxes are placed in administration offices. Freshmen will be in Counseling, Sophomores in the Principal’s office, Juniors in the Student Store and Seniors in the Main Office. Please make sure the cans and food you’re bringing are not expired. Please check the dates before donating. Expired items will have to be thrown out. The winning grade level will receive hot chocolate and cookies in January. Deadline is Friday, December 16th. (Gonzalez 12/12-12/16)

THE ASIAN PACIFIC ISLANDERS FOR PROFESSIONAL AND COMMUNITY ADVANCEMENT (APCA)--is seeking applicants for its 2017 Scholarship Program. The scholarship program is open to all qualified graduating high school seniors of any ethnic or cultural background with a minimum unweighted GPA of 3.4. They must be United States citizens or permanent residents of the United States. Deadline is January 31st, check scholarship board or CCC for more info. (Fernandez, 12/13-1/31)

THERE IS A FREE 18 WEEK BUILDING COURSE--starting on January 11th for students. Earn up to 5 units, qualify for summer internship with a construction professional, and get hands on training! Come to the CCC for more info. (Fernandez, 12/6-1/10)

THE UC DAVIS YOUNG SCHOLARS PROGRAM is now open. Do original research in biology or natural sciences at UC Davis! Applications are open December 1 - March 16th. Visit the CCC for more info. (Fernandez, 12/2-12/15)

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Published: 12/15/16




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T=A(A/T) W= B TH=A(T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2016

TODAY’S GAMES--Frosh Girls Basketball vs Alameda @Alameda; 4p (Early Release 2p) and Girls Varsity soccer vs. Concord @ Concord at 7PM. (Galli 12/14)

INTERACT CLUB— Interested in Volunteer opportunities? Come to the Interact Club today at lunch in S106. (Kalish 12/13-12/14, 1/10-1/11, 1/27-1/28, 1/31-2/1)

STAND UP TO CANCER CLUB—is meeting at Lunch today in LA219. (Allan 12/14, 1/11, 1/18, 1/25)

COMPASS CLASS—after school session today in the CCC. All Freshmen COMPASS students are invited to join. (Fernandez 12/13-12/14)

ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS GOING ON THE ITALY TRIP THIS FEBRUARY--There will be a mandatory meeting at 12:25 this Thursday, December 15th, in room A300. Please plan to attend. Grazie! (Truett 12/12-12/15)

THE CLUB IS COMING TO THE SR CAMPUS!-- The Club will be open every day in AR103 from 1:30 to 5:30 starting in January, but it will be open this Thursday, December 15th & Friday, December 16th afterschool until 5:00, so you can stop by and find out more about it. There will also be some give aways! Former members, come by and claim a prize if you can answer a question that only Davidson BGC members would know! If you’ve already filled out a registration form, bring it and your $10 registration fee, with you and get a free t-shirt. Registration forms can also be turned into Ms. Rodriguez in the principal’s office. (Barbash 12/9-12/13)

HATS ON DAY—will be held on Friday, December 16th. Students can buy the stickers that are worth $1 in their advisory classes or in Ms. G's class in T121. The last day to buy them is Thursday, December 15th. (Pitcher 12/2-12/9)

AVID FARMER’S MARKET—will be closed until January 20th. If you are in need of food before then, please see Ms. Bryant in AD307. (Bryant 12/14-12-16)

A MESSAGE FROM YOUR SCHOOL'S FEMALE WRESTLING COACH--Come volunteer and learn a thing or two about event planning. We have schools coming over to wrestle big time at our Super Novice tournament this Saturday. December 30 the all girls tournament The Good, The Bad, And The ___. Attendees are invited to name the third part for future years. Both in Gym 1. Come have some fun and help us girls out, please. She can be reached under athletics for Wrestling-Ziomy Coyoy. (Coyoy 12/14-12/16)

ALL FALL SPORTS ATHLETES -- If you have not received your certificates, awards or team photos, please see Ms. Look in the main office during Brunch or Lunch. (Look 12/13 – 12/16)

HYGIENE DRIVE—The Body Positivity Club’s Hygiene Drive is beginning. Please bring in soaps, conditioners, shampoos and feminine hygiene supplies to your Advisory class. The Advisory with the most supplies get golden Crème Donuts! Stay positive SR! Drive ends on January 13th. (Saysette 12/13-12/15, 1/10-1/13)

OUR SPRING MUSICAL IS THE TONY AWARD WINNING, GUYS AND DOLLS--There are a lot of parts including many New Yorkers, gangster/gamblers, night club performers Cuban dancers and Salvation

Army workers. Auditions will be in January, after school during Wednesday and Thursday, the first week back from break in the drama room. It lasts for 2 hours. You only need to attend one of the two days. Callbacks will be Friday. Join the fun! (Deamer 12/12-12/16)

PAL IS HAVING A CANNED FOOD DRIVE—Class boxes are placed in administration offices. Freshmen will be in Counseling, Sophomores in the Principal’s office, Juniors in the Student Store and Seniors in the Main Office. Please make sure the cans and food you’re bringing are not expired. Please check the dates before donating. Expired items will have to be thrown out. The winning grade level will receive hot chocolate and cookies in January. Deadline is Friday, December 16th. (Gonzalez 12/12-12/16)

THE ASIAN PACIFIC ISLANDERS FOR PROFESSIONAL AND COMMUNITY ADVANCEMENT (APCA)--is seeking applicants for its 2017 Scholarship Program. The scholarship program is open to all qualified graduating high school seniors of any ethnic or cultural background with a minimum unweighted GPA of 3.4. They must be United States citizens or permanent residents of the United States. Deadline is January 31st, check scholarship board or CCC for more info. (Fernandez, 12/13-1/31)

CONGRATULATION TO THE STUDENT-OF-THE-MONTH FOR NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER

Freshmen: Sophia Boikaie, Emely Calderon, Aaron Foree, Saliban Gramajo and Viliame Tupon. Sophomores: Sommer Charlesworth, Nancy Diaz, Elmer Escobar, Jocelyn Rojas and Cindy Tran. Juniors: Taelynn Knutson, Brianna Muirhead, Lizet Reyes and Sinead Swayne. Seniors: Giselle "Andy" Garcia and Gemma Longinotti. (Truett 12/12-12/14)

THERE IS A FREE 18 WEEK BUILDING COURSE--starting on January 11th for students. Earn up to 5 units, qualify for summer internship with a construction professional, and get hands on training! Come to the CCC for more info. (Fernandez, 12/6-1/10)

THE UC DAVIS YOUNG SCHOLARS PROGRAM is now open. Do original research in biology or natural sciences at UC Davis! Applications are open December 1 - March 16th. Visit the CCC for more info. (Fernandez, 12/2-12/15)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 12/14/16




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T=A(A/T) W= B TH=A(T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 2016

TODAY’S GAMES--No games. (Galli 12/13)

ECO-ACTION CLUB--meeting today at lunch in S106. Come help change the world, one action at a time. (Kalish 12/13, 1/10, 1/17, 1/23-1/24, 1/30-1/31)

MUJERS CON PODER—meeting today in the Bulldog Theater after school. (Heredia 12/13, 1/10, 1/17, 1/23-1/24, 1/30-1/31)

GSA-THE GENDER AND SEXUALITY ALLIANCE--Come to our meeting today in SC102 at Lunch. (Sloneker 12/13, 1/10, 1/27, 1/31)

ALL FALL SPORTS ATHLETES -- If you have not received your certificates, awards or team photos, please see Ms. Look in the main office during Brunch or Lunch. (Look 12/13 – 12/16)

HYGIENE DRIVE—The Body Positivity Club’s Hygiene Drive is beginning. Please bring in soaps, conditioners, shampoos and feminine hygiene supplies to your Advisory class. The Advisory with the most supplies get golden Crème Donuts! Stay positive SR! Drive ends on January 13th. (Saysette 12/13, 12/15, 1/10-1/13)

OUR SPRING MUSICAL IS THE TONY AWARD WINNING, GUYS AND DOLLS--There are a lot of parts including many New Yorkers, gangster/gamblers, night club performers Cuban dancers and Salvation Army workers. Auditions will be in January, after school during Wednesday and Thursday, the first week back from break in the drama room. It lasts for 2 hours. You only need to attend one of the two days. Callbacks will be Friday. Join the fun! (Deamer 12/12-12/16)

PAL IS HAVING A CANNED FOOD DRIVE—Class boxes are placed in administration offices. Freshmen will be in Counseling, Sophomores in the Principal’s office, Juniors in the Student Store and Seniors in the Main Office. Please make sure the cans and food you’re bringing are not expired. Please check the dates before donating. Expired items will have to be thrown out. The winning grade level will receive hot chocolate and cookies in January. Deadline is Friday, December 16th. (Gonzalez 12/12-12/16)

ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS GOING ON THE ITALY TRIP THIS FEBRUARY--There will be a mandatory meeting at 12:25 this Thursday, December 15th, in room A300. Please plan to attend. Grazie! (Truett 12/12-12/15)

THE ASIAN PACIFIC ISLANDERS FOR PROFESSIONAL AND COMMUNITY ADVANCEMENT (APCA)--is seeking applicants for its 2017 Scholarship Program. The scholarship program is open to all qualified graduating high school seniors of any ethnic or cultural background with a minimum unweighted GPA of 3.4. They must be United States citizens or permanent residents of the United States. Deadline is Jan. 31st, check scholarship board or CCC for more info. (Fernandez, 12/13-1/31)

CONGRATULATION TO THE STUDENT-OF-THE-MONTH FOR NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER

Freshmen: Sophia Boikaie, Emely Calderon, Aaron Foree, Saliban Gramajo and Viliame Tupon. Sophomores: Sommer Charlesworth, Nancy Diaz, Elmer Escobar, Jocelyn Rojas and Cindy Tran. Juniors: Taelynn Knutson,

Brianna Muirhead, Lizet Reyes and Sinead Swayne. Seniors: Giselle "Andy" Garcia and Gemma Longinotti. (Truett 12/12-12/14)

THE CLUB IS COMING TO THE SR CAMPUS!--We’re excited to announce that Boys & Girls Club is opening a Club where you can come and hang out after school, get homework help, play video games, watch movies, do some community outreach and learn electronic music production skills. The Club will be open every day from 1:30 to 5:30 starting in January, but it will be open Thursday & Friday 12/15 and 12/16 afterschool until 5:00, so you can stop by and find out more about it. There will also be some give aways! The Club is in AR103 - the old ASB & Photography Classroom, across from the Science building. Former members, come by and claim a prize if you can answer a question that only Davidson BGC members would know! If you’ve already filled out a registration form, bring it and your $10 registration fee, with you and get a free t-shirt. Registration forms can also be turned into Ms. Rodriguez in Mr. Dennis’ Office. (Barbash 12/9-12/13)

HATS ON DAY—will be held on Friday, December 16th. Students can buy the stickers that are worth $1 in their advisory classes or in Ms. G's class in T121. The last day to buy them is Thursday, December 15th. (Pitcher 12/2-12/9)

THERE IS A FREE 18 WEEK BUILDING COURSE--starting on January 11th for students. Earn up to 5 units, qualify for summer internship with a construction professional, and get hands on training! Come to the CCC for more info. (Fernandez, 12/6-1/10)

THE UC DAVIS YOUNG SCHOLARS PROGRAM is now open. Do original research in biology or natural sciences at UC Davis! Applications are open Dec. 1 - March 16th. Visit the CCC for more info. (Fernandez, 12/2-12/15)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 12/13/16




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T=A(A/T) W= B TH=A(T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

MONDAY, DECEMBER 12, 2016

ECO-ACTION CLUB--meeting Tuesdays at lunch in S106. Come help change the world, one action at a time. (Kalish 12/13, 1/10, 1/17, 1/23-1/24, 1/30-1/31)

MUJERS CON PODER—meeting every Tuesday in the Bulldog Theater after school. (Heredia 12/13, 1/10, 1/17, 1/23-1/24, 1/30-1/31)

FOOD DRIVE—Please make sure the cans and food you’re bringing are not expired. Please check the dates before donating. Expired items will have to be thrown out. Thank you. (Administration 12/12-12/14)

ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS GOING ON THE ITALY TRIP THIS FEBRUARY--There will be a mandatory meeting at 12:25 this Thursday, December 15th, in room A300. Please plan to attend. Grazie! (Truett 12/12-12/15)

CONGRATULATION TO THE STUDENT-OF-THE-MONTH FOR NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER

Freshmen: Sophia Boikaie, Emely Calderon, Aaron Foree, Saliban Gramajo and Viliame Tupon. Sophomores: Sommer Charlesworth, Nancy Diaz, Elmer Escobar, Jocelyn Rojas and Cindy Tran. Juniors: Taelynn Knutson, Brianna Muirhead, Lizet Reyes and Sinead Swayne. Seniors: Giselle "Andy" Garcia and Gemma Longinotti. (Truett 12/12-12/14)

THE CLUB IS COMING TO THE SR CAMPUS!--We’re excited to announce that Boys & Girls Club is opening a Club where you can come and hang out after school, get homework help, play video games, watch movies, do some community outreach and learn electronic music production skills. The Club will be open every day from 1:30 to 5:30 starting in January, but it will be open Thursday & Friday 12/15 and 12/16 afterschool until 5:00, so you can stop by and find out more about it. There will also be some give aways! The Club is in AR103 - the old ASB & Photography Classroom, across from the Science building. Former members, come by and claim a prize if you can answer a question that only Davidson BGC members would know! If you’ve already filled out a registration form, bring it and your $10 registration fee, with you and get a free t-shirt. Registration forms can also be turned into Ms. Rodriguez in Mr. Dennis’ Office. (Barbash 12/9-12/13)

HATS ON DAY—will be held on Friday, December 16th. Students can buy the stickers that are worth $1 in their advisory classes or in Ms. G's class in T121. The last day to buy them is Thursday, December 15th. (Pitcher 12/2-12/9)

THERE IS A FREE 18 WEEK BUILDING COURSE--starting on January 11th for students. Earn up to 5 units, qualify for summer internship with a construction professional, and get hands on training! Come to the CCC for more info. (Fernandez, 12/6-1/10)

THE UC DAVIS YOUNG SCHOLARS PROGRAM is now open. Do original research in biology or natural sciences at UC Davis! Applications are open Dec. 1 - March 16th. Visit the CCC for more info. (Fernandez, 12/2-12/15)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 12/12/16




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(T) T=B W= A(A/T) TH=B F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2016

TODAY’S AND SATURDAY’S GAMES--Varsity Girls Basketball @St. Helena Tourney; TBD and

Frosh Girls Basketball @ Tamalpais Tourney; TBD. Saturday- Boys Basketball vs Vintage @Vintage; FR 4p, JV 5:30p, V 7:00p, Varsity Girls Basketball @St. Helena Tourney; TBD, Frosh Girls Basketball @Tamalpais Tourney; TBD, Boys and Girls Soccer vs Drake @Red Hill; Boys JV 9am, Boys V 11am, Girls V 1p & Girls JV 3p, Varsity Boys Wrestling -@Green and Gold Tournament; 9am and JV Boys Wrestling @Fishman Invitational Tournament; 9am. (Galli 12/9)

ULTIMATE FRISBEE TEAM—will be meeting today for an hour directly after school on the football field. No experience is necessary. (12/8-12/9, 12/15-12/16, 1/12-1/13, 1/19-1/20, 1/27-1/28

FARMERS MARKET—is held today after school! Bring 2 reusable bags and load up on dinner for Friday night, and breakfast, lunch and dinner for Saturday and Sunday. Be kind to your hardworking parents because this can equal food worth $50-$100 dollars a month. All SRHS students are welcome. (Bryant 12/8-12/9, 12/15-12/16, 1/12-1/13, 1/19-1/20, 1/27-1/28)

HIKING CLUB - If you'd like to go on today’s hike, please come to the CCC to sign up on the clipboard. Space is limited, so sign up now if you can! It's the last hike of the semester! Ms. Fernandez has extra permission slips available. Bring water and wear comfortable shoes. (Fernandez, 12/6-12/9)

INFORMATION MEETING ABOUT THE SPRING MUSICAL during lunch today in the Drama room AR205. Come find out about parts and plans for the Tony Award winning, GUYS and DOLLS. There are a lot of parts including many New York gamblers and night club performers. Auditions will be in January, after school during Wednesday and Thursday, the first week back from break. (Deamer 12/8-12/9)

SENIOR GRADUATION ORDERS—Order your cap and gown, class ring and graduation supplies at school today during brunch and lunch in the Cafeteria. Orders may also be placed online at Jostens.com. Extra graduation planners are in the Student Store. (Reid 12/8-12/9)

SENIORS--If you are planning to attend SRJC, the Doyle Scholarship is still open, the minimum GPA is a 2.0 and a 2.75 for the Doyle Trustee Scholarship. The deadline is today. Visit the scholarship board and CCC for more info! Don't miss out on this great opportunity. (Fernandez, 12/5-12/9)

ATTENTION ALL CSF MEMBERS—your community service hours are due by today, no exceptions. If you do not complete your hours your membership status will be removed. Extra Copies of the Community Service sheets are outside of LA 210 Thank you! (Ayoob 11/16-12/9)

WINTER BREAK SPIRIT WEEK IS 12/12-12/16--Show your school spirit and winter break excitement!

Monday 12/12: PJ Day

Tuesday 12/13: Snow Gear Day

Wednesday 12/14: Holiday Hat Day

Thursday 12/15: Twin Day

Friday: 12/16: Ugly Sweater Day (Walters 12/9-12/16)

INDULGE YOUR SWEET TOOTH WHILE STUDYING FOR FINALS--Come to United Market in San Rafael on Saturday and Sunday from 10:00am-4:00pm to buy delicious, homemade baked goods from your SR

classmates. All proceeds will benefit students going on the Italy trip in February. Thank you for your support! (Truett 12/6-12/9)

THERE IS A FREE 18 WEEK BUILDING COURSE--starting on January 11th for students. Earn up to 5 units, qualify for summer internship with a construction professional, and get hands on training! Come to the CCC for more info. (Fernandez, 12/6-1/10)

HATS ON DAY—will be held on Friday, December 16th. Students can buy the stickers that are worth $1 in their advisory classes or in Ms. G's class in T121. The last day to buy them is Thursday, December 15th. (Pitcher 12/2-12/9)

THE UC DAVIS YOUNG SCHOLARS PROGRAM is now open. Do original research in biology or natural sciences at UC Davis! Applications are open Dec. 1 - March 16th. Visit the CCC for more info. (Fernandez, 12/2-12/15)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 12/9/16




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(T) T=B W= A(A/T) TH=B F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2016

TODAY’S GAMES--Boys Basketball vs Sonoma Valley @SR; FR 4:30p, JV 6p, V 7:30p,

Varsity Girls Basketball vs. DeAnza @St. Helena Tourney; V 7p, Frosh Girls Basketball @ Tamalpais Tourney; 5p and Boys Soccer vs TL; V @MC 3:15p, ( Early release 2PM) JV @TL 3:15p (Early Release 2:15p). (Galli 12/8)

SR SWIM TEAM PRESEASON MEETING---will be held today - on the pool deck at lunchtime. Swim Season is right around the corner! Come meet the new coaching staff, learn about preseason conditioning opportunities, hear about our upcoming season and enjoy a slice of pizza on us. All swimmers who plan to OR are thinking about swimming in the spring should attend. Note: completed physical forms will be due prior to the start of the season in February. Packets can be found on the school website or in the main office. Email Coach Kate with questions at swimteamsrhs@gmail.com. New swimmers welcome. (Hudson 12/2-12/8)

THE MARIN COUNTY OFFICE OF EDUCATION--is hosting a FREE Immigrant Student and Families workshop with a legal overview of laws like DACA and knowing your rights today at 3pm. Visit the CCC for more info. (Fernandez, 12/5-12/8)

ULTIMATE FRISBEE TEAM—Will be meeting on Fridays for an hour directly after school on the football field. No experience is necessary. (12/8-12/9, 12/15-12/16, 1/12-1/13, 1/19-1/20, 1/27-1/28

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. Be kind to your hardworking parents because this can equal food worth $50-$100 dollars a month. All SRHS students are welcome. (Bryant 12/8-12/9, 12/15-12/16, 1/12-1/13, 1/19-1/20, 1/27-1/28)

HIKING CLUB - If you'd like to go on this Friday's hike, please come to the CCC to sign up on the clipboard. Space is limited, so sign up now if you can! It's the last hike of the semester! Ms. Fernandez has extra permission slips available. Bring water and wear comfortable shoes. (Fernandez, 12/6-12/9)

SENIOR GRADUATION ORDERS—Order your cap and gown, class ring and graduation supplies at school on Friday, December 9th during brunch and lunch in the Cafeteria. Orders may also be placed online at Jostens.com. Extra graduation planners are in the Student Store. (Reid 12/8-12/9)

SENIORS--If you are planning to attend SRJC, the Doyle Scholarship is still open, the minimum GPA is a 2.0 and a 2.75 for the Doyle Trustee Scholarship. The deadline is Friday, December 9th. Visit the scholarship board and CCC for more info! Don't miss out on this great opportunity. (Fernandez, 12/5-12/9)

ATTENTION ALL CSF MEMBERS—your community service hours are due by December 9th, no exceptions. If you do not complete your hours your membership status will be removed. Extra Copies of the Community Service sheets are outside of LA 210 Thank you! (Ayoob 11/16-12/9)

INDULGE YOUR SWEET TOOTH WHILE STUDYING FOR FINALS--Come to United Market in San Rafael on Saturday, December 10th and Sunday, December 11th from 10:00am-4:00pm to buy delicious, homemade baked goods from your SR classmates. All proceeds will benefit students going on the Italy trip in February. Thank you for your support! (Truett 12/6-12/9)

HYGIENE DRIVE—The Body Positivity Club’s Hygeine Drive has begun. Please bring in soaps, conditioners, shampoos and feminine hygiene supplies to your Advisory class. The Advisory with the most supplies get Golden Crème Donuts! Stay positive SR! Drive ends on January 13th. (Saysette 12/6-12/8, 12/13, 12/15, 1/10-1/13)

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SRHS VARSITY COED COMPETITION CHEERLEADING TEAM-- for bringing home another first place finish last Sunday, making them three time Regional Champions at back to back United Spirit Association Regional Championships this season! Great job Dawgs! (Hoch 12/5-12/8)

THERE IS A FREE 18 WEEK BUILDING COURSE--starting on January 11th for students. Earn up to 5 units, qualify for summer internship with a construction professional, and get hands on training! Come to the CCC for more info. (Fernandez, 12/6-1/10)

HATS ON DAY—will be held on Friday, December 16th. Students can buy the stickers that are worth $1 in their advisory classes or in Ms. G's class in T121. The last day to buy them is Thursday, December 15th. (Pitcher 12/2-12/9)

THE UC DAVIS YOUNG SCHOLARS PROGRAM is now open. Do original research in biology or natural sciences at UC Davis! Applications are open Dec. 1 - March 16th. Visit the CCC for more info. (Fernandez, 12/2-12/15)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 12/8/16




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(T) T=B W= A(A/T) TH=B F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 2016

TODAY’S GAMES--Boys Soccer vs TL @TL; JV 3:15p. (Galli 12/7)

INTERACT CLUB— Interested in Volunteer opportunities? Come to the Interact Club today at lunch in S106. (Kalish 12/6-12/7, 12/13-12/14)

STAND UP TO CANCER CLUB—is meeting at Lunch today in LA219. (Allan 12/7, 12/14)

TREE LOT--Everyone, don't forget to come help unload the trees today after school. Tomorrow we need all hands on deck to help drill the trees. Track, Lacrosse, Night PE, Cross Country, Wrestling, Girls Basketball, Cheer, AVID and All Teams/Groups...We need you tomorrow! And Sophomores, don't forget to work your shifts at the lot also. (Lisa 12/7)

FRENCH CLUB COMMUNAUTÉ (CO-MYOON-OH-TAY) MOVIE LUNCH - Bring your lunch to AD315 today and let's watch the really great French movie Amélie (AH-MAY-LEE), part 2. Merci! (Likover 12/5-12/7)

HIKING CLUB - If you'd like to go on this Friday's hike, please come to the CCC to sign up on the clipboard. Space is limited, so sign up now if you can! It's the last hike of the semester! Ms. Fernandez has extra permission slips available. Bring water and wear comfortable shoes. (Fernandez, 12/6-12/9)

THE CLUB IS COMING TO THE SR CAMPUS--We're excited to announce that Boys & Girls Club is opening a Club where you can come and hang out after school, get homework help, play video games, watch movies and learn some electronic music production skills. The Club will be open every day from 1:30 to 5:30 starting in January, but come by the quad at lunch today to find out more. There will also be some give aways! The Club is in AR103 - the old ASB & Photo lab across from the Science building. (Barbash 12/6-12/7)

HYGIENE DRIVE—The Body Positivity Club’s Hygeine Drive is beginning. Please bring in soaps, conditioners, shampoos and feminine hygiene supplies to your Advisory class. The Advisory with the most supplies get golden Crème Donuts! Stay positive SR! Drive ends on January 13th. (Saysette 12/6-12/8, 12/13, 12/15, 1/10-1/13)

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SRHS VARSITY COED COMPETITION CHEERLEADING TEAM-- for bringing home another first place finish last Sunday, making them three time Regional Champions at back to back United Spirit Association Regional Championships this season! Great job Dawgs! (Hoch 12/5-12/8)

THERE IS A FREE 18 WEEK BUILDING COURS--starting on January 11th for students. Earn up to 5 units, qualify for summer internship with a construction professional, and get hands on training! Come to the CCC for more info. (Fernandez, 12/6-1/10)

INDULGE YOUR SWEET TOOTH WHILE STUDYING FOR FINALS--Come to United Market in San Rafael on Saturday, December 10th and Sunday, December 11th from 10:00am-4:00pm to buy delicious, homemade baked goods from your SR classmates. All proceeds will benefit students going on the Italy trip in February. Thank you for your support! (Truett 12/6-12/9)

SR SWIM TEAM PRESEASON MEETING---will be held on Thursday, December 8th - on the pool deck at lunchtime. Swim Season is right around the corner! Come meet the new coaching staff, learn about preseason

conditioning opportunities, hear about our upcoming season and enjoy a slice of pizza on us. All swimmers who plan to OR are thinking about swimming in the spring should attend. Note: completed physical forms will be due prior to the start of the season in February. Packets can be found on the school website or in the main office. Email Coach Kate with questions at swimteamsrhs@gmail.com. New swimmers welcome. (Hudson 12/2-12/8)

THE MARIN COUNTY OFFICE OF EDUCATION--is hosting a FREE Immigrant Student and Families workshop with a legal overview of laws like DACA and knowing your rights on Thursday, December 8th at 3pm. Visit the CCC for more info. (Fernandez, 12/5-12/8)

SENIORS--If you are planning to attend SRJC, the Doyle Scholarship is still open, the minimum GPA is a 2.0 and a 2.75 for the Doyle Trustee Scholarship. The deadline is Friday, December 9th. Visit the scholarship board and CCC for more info! Don't miss out on this great opportunity. (Fernandez, 12/5-12/9)

HATS ON DAY—will be held on Friday, December 16th. Students can buy the stickers that are worth $1 in their advisory classes or in Ms. G's class in T121. The last day to buy them is Thursday, December 15th. (Pitcher 12/2-12/9)

ATTENTION ALL CSF MEMBERS—your community service hours are due by December 9th, no exceptions. If you do not complete your hours your membership status will be removed. Extra Copies of the Community Service sheets are outside of LA 210 Thank you! (Ayoob 11/16-12/9)

THE UC DAVIS YOUNG SCHOLARS PROGRAM is now open. Do original research in biology or natural sciences at UC Davis! Applications are open Dec. 1 - March 16th. Visit the CCC for more info. (Fernandez, 12/2-12/15)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 12/7/16




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(T) T=B W= A(A/T) TH=B F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2016

TODAY’S GAMES--Boys Basketball vs Petaluma @Petaluma; FR 4:30p (Early Release 2:45p), JV 6p, V 7:30p and Girls Soccer vs TL; V@SR 6pm, JV@TL 3:15p (Early Release 2:15p). (Galli 12/6)

ECO-ACTION CLUB--meeting today at lunch in S106. Come help change the world, one action at a time. (Kalish 12/6, 12/13)

MUJERS CON PODER—meeting today in the Bulldog Theater after school. (Heredia 12/6, 12/13)

GSA-THE GENDER AND SEXUALITY ALLIANCE--Come to our meeting today in SC102 at Lunch. (Sloneker 12/6, 12/13)

FRESHMAN CLASS MEETING—today in SC104 at Lunch regarding Freshmen elections. (Walters 12/6)

SENIORS, TODAY IS YOUR DAY AT THE TREE LOT--Please show up after school or in the evening to help out. Tomorrow is the final tree delivery. We need everyone to help unload trees! Baseball, Football, Girls Basketball, Night PE, Lacrosse, Banyan, Soccer and All Teams/Groups, bring your muscles and smiles and let's get those trees unloaded!! Water polo and swimming, don't forget to come work your shifts at the lot also. (Lisa 12/6)

PETTY OFFICER VINSON WITH THE NAVY will be in the CCC today during lunch. He will be explaining job opportunities that the Navy offers. If you have Navy related questions stop by and meet Officer Vinson. (Fernandez, 12/5-12/6)

FRENCH CLUB COMMUNAUTÉ (CO-MYOON-OH-TAY) MOVIE LUNCH - Bring your lunch to AD315 on Wednesday, December 7th and let's watch the really great French movie Amélie (AH-MAY-LEE), part 2. Bring popcorn and snacks, arrive ASAP by 12:25. Don't forget, French Movie lunch; bring lunch, there will be popcorn & snacks. Merci! (Likover 12/5-12/7)

PANORAMIC PICTURE--will be taken on Wednesday, December 7th during Advisory at the Senior Steps followed by a short meeting in the Theater. You will be receiving your Senior Panorama Picture order forms and cap and gown order information and forms. Senior Panoramic Pictures are $20 which can be handed in the Principal’s Office with Ms. Rodriguez. (Rodriguez 11/20-12/7)

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SRHS VARSITY COED COMPETITION CHEERLEADING TEAM-- for bringing home another first place finish last Sunday, making them three time Regional Champions at back to back United Spirit Association Regional Championships this season! Great job Dawgs! (Hoch 12/5-12/8)

INDULGE YOUR SWEET TOOTH WHILE STUDYING FOR FINALS--Come to United Market in San Rafael on Saturday, December 10th and Sunday, December 11th from 10:00am-4:00pm to buy delicious, homemade baked goods from your SR classmates. All proceeds will benefit students going on the Italy trip in February. Thank you for your support! (Truett 12/6-12/9)

SR SWIM TEAM PRESEASON MEETING---will be held on Thursday, December 8th - on the pool deck at lunchtime. Swim Season is right around the corner! Come meet the new coaching staff, learn about preseason conditioning opportunities, hear about our upcoming season and enjoy a slice of pizza on us. All swimmers who plan to OR are thinking about swimming in the spring should attend. Note: completed physical forms will

be due prior to the start of the season in February. Packets can be found on the school website or in the main office. Email Coach Kate with questions at swimteamsrhs@gmail.com. New swimmers welcome. (Hudson 12/2-12/8)

THE MARIN COUNTY OFFICE OF EDUCATION--is hosting a FREE Immigrant Student and Families workshop with a legal overview of laws like DACA and knowing your rights on Thursday, December 8th at 3pm. Visit the CCC for more info. (Fernandez, 12/5-12/8)

SENIORS--If you are planning to attend SRJC, the Doyle Scholarship is still open, the minimum GPA is a 2.0 and a 2.75 for the Doyle Trustee Scholarship. The deadline is Friday, December 9th. Visit the scholarship board and CCC for more info! Don't miss out on this great opportunity. (Fernandez, 12/5-12/9)

HATS ON DAY—will be held on Friday, December 16th. Students can buy the stickers that are worth $1 in their advisory classes or in Ms. G's class in T121. The last day to buy them is Thursday, December 15th. (Pitcher 12/2-12/9)

ATTENTION ALL CSF MEMBERS—your community service hours are due by December 9th, no exceptions. If you do not complete your hours your membership status will be removed. Extra Copies of the Community Service sheets are outside of LA 210 Thank you! (Ayoob 11/16-12/9)

THE UC DAVIS YOUNG SCHOLARS PROGRAM is now open. Do original research in biology or natural sciences at UC Davis! Applications are open Dec. 1 - March 16th. Visit the CCC for more info. (Fernandez, 12/2-12/15)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 12/6/16




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(T) T=B W= A(A/T) TH=B F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

MONDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2016

ECO-ACTION CLUB--meeting Tuesdays at lunch in S106. Come help change the world, one action at a time. (Kalish 12/6, 12/13)

MUJERS CON PODER—meeting every Tuesday in the Bulldog Theater after school. (Heredia 12/6, 12/13)

SR SWIM TEAM PRESEASON MEETING---will be held on Thursday, December 8th - on the pool deck at lunchtime. Swim Season is right around the corner! Come meet the new coaching staff, learn about preseason conditioning opportunities, hear about our upcoming season and enjoy a slice of pizza on us. All swimmers who plan to OR are thinking about swimming in the spring should attend. Note: completed physical forms will be due prior to the start of the season in February. Packets can be found on the school website or in the main office. Email Coach Kate with questions at swimteamsrhs@gmail.com. New swimmers welcome. (Hudson 12/2-12/8)

THE MARIN COUNTY OFFICE OF EDUCATION--is hosting a FREE Immigrant Student and Families workshop with a legal overview of laws like DACA and knowing your rights on Thursday, December 8th at 3pm. Visit the CCC for more info. (Fernandez, 12/5-12/8)

SENIORS--If you are planning to attend SRJC, the Doyle Scholarship is still open, the minimum GPA is a 2.0 and a 2.75 for the Doyle Trustee Scholarship. The deadline is Friday, December 9th. Visit the scholarship board and CCC for more info! Don't miss out on this great opportunity. (Fernandez, 12/5-12/9)

HATS ON DAY—will be held on Friday, December 9th. Students can buy the stickers that are worth $1 in their advisory classes or in Ms. G's class in T121. The last day to buy them is Thursday, December 8th. (Pitcher 12/2-12/9)

STUDENTS--If you participated in Walker Creek, please come to the CCC to pick up your cabin leader evaluations. (Fernandez, 11/30-12/5)

PANORAMIC PICTURE--will be taken on Wednesday, December 7th during Advisory at the Senior Steps followed by a short meeting in the Theater. You will be receiving your Senior Panorama Picture order forms and cap and gown order information and forms. Senior Panoramic Pictures are $20 which can be handed in the main office with Ms. Rodriguez. (Rodriguez 11/20-12/7)

ATTENTION ALL CSF MEMBERS—your community service hours are due by December 9th, no exceptions. If you do not complete your hours your membership status will be removed. Extra Copies of the Community Service sheets are outside of LA 210 Thank you! (Ayoob 11/16-12/9)

THE UC DAVIS YOUNG SCHOLARS PROGRAM is now open. Do original research in biology or natural sciences at UC Davis! Applications are open Dec. 1 - March 16th. Visit the CCC for more info. (Fernandez, 12/2-12/15)

THE MARIN COUNTY OFFICE OF EDUCATION--is hosting a FREE Immigrant Student and Families workshop with a legal overview of laws like DACA and knowing your rights on Deccember 8th at 3pm. Visit the CCC for more info. (Fernandez, 12/5-12/8)

SENIORS--If you are planning to attend SRJC, the Doyle Scholarship is still open, the minimum GPA is a 2.0 and a 2.75 for the Doyle Trustee Scholarship. The deadline is December 9th. Visit the scholarship board and CCC for more info! Don't miss out on this great opportunity. (Fernandez, 12/5-12/9)

MANY SCHOLARSHIPS ARE OPENING UP--so don't miss out on the opportunity to receive free money for college! (Fernandez, 11/2-ongoing)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 12/5/16




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T=A(T) W=B TH=A(A/T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 2016

TODAY’S AND SATURDAY’S GAMES--Boys Varsity Basketball Dawg Classic @SR; TBD,

Boys JV Basketball @Alameda Tourney; TBD and Boys Frosh Basketball @Rancho Tourney; TBD. Saturday, 12/3-Boys Varsity Basketball Dawg Classic @SR; TBD, Boys JV Basketball @Alameda Tourney; TBD,

Boys Frosh Basketball @Rancho Tourney; TBD, Boys and Girls Soccer vs Novato @Novato at 9AM. (Galli 12/2)

ULTIMATE FRISBEE TEAM—will be meeting today for an hour directly after school on the football field. No experience is necessary. (12/1-12/2, 12/8-12/9, 12/15-12/16)

FARMERS MARKET—is held today after school! Bring 2 reusable bags and load up on dinner for Friday night, and breakfast, lunch and dinner for Saturday and Sunday. Be kind to your hardworking parents because this can equal food worth $50-$100 dollars a month. All SRHS students are welcome. (Bryant 12/1-12/2, 12/8-12/9, 12/15-12/16)

TONIGHT IS THE SECOND NIGHT OF DRAMA IMPROV AND ACTS this year in the Bulldog Theatre. Seating is limited and admission is by donation. Join us at 7:00 tonight. Enter the Bulldog Theatre on Mission Avenue. (Deamer 12/2)

RESTORATION TRIP TO STINSON BEACH—will be tomorrow. Sign up in SC106 by Friday. (Kalish 11/29-12/2)

TREE LOT--Sophomores, don’t forget to come by the Tree Lot after school today. Juniors, your day is tomorrow and not enough of you have signed up! There are many open shifts from 9-1, 1-5 and 5-9. And anyone who wants to earn money for their class, group or team can come help too! Everyone is needed and welcome!! (Lisa 12/2)

HATS ON DAY—will be held on Friday, December 9th. Students can buy the stickers that are worth $1 in their advisory classes or in Ms. G's class in T121. The last day to buy them is Thursday, December 8th. (Pitcher 12/2-12/9)

STUDENTS--If you participated in Walker Creek, please come to the CCC to pick up your cabin leader evaluations. (Fernandez, 11/30-12/5)

COME OUT AND SUPPORT THE THIRD ANNUAL DAWG CLASSIC MEN'S BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT--starting this Thursday night and continuing on Friday with the finals on Saturday. (Galli 11/30-12/2)

SENIORS--The Senior Panorama Picture will be taken on Wednesday, December 7th during Advisory at the Senior Steps followed by a short meeting in the Theater. You will be receiving your Senior Panorama Picture order forms and cap and gown order information and forms. Senior Panorama Pictures are $20 which can be handed in the main office with Ms. Rodriguez. (Rodriguez 11/20-12/7)

VOLUNTEER AWARENESS-Anyone interested in volunteering this month can go to the CCC for more information. (Fernandez 12/1-12/2)

SENIORS—Come pick up your Senior Shirts in the Student Store today and Friday, December 2nd during brunch and lunch. (Allen 11/29-12/2)

HAITI FUNDRAISER--This is the last week of our school-wide fundraiser for Partners in Health in Haiti. Our goal is to raise $1000 to help the people of Haiti, so please give generously this week. Thanks, SR! (Truett 11/29-12/2)

ATTENTION ALL CSF MEMBERS—your community service hours are due by December 9th, no exceptions. If you do not complete your hours your membership status will be removed. Extra Copies of the Community Service sheets are outside of LA 210 Thank you! (Ayoob 11/16-12/9)

MANY SCHOLARSHIPS ARE OPENING UP--so don't miss out on the opportunity to receive free money for college! (Fernandez, 11/2-ongoing

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 12/2/16




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T=A(T) W=B TH=A(A/T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2016

TODAY’S GAMES--Boys Varsity Basketball Dawg Classic @SR; 8p, Boys JV Basketball @Alameda Tourney; 3:30p, Boys Frosh Basketball @Rancho Tourney; 8p and Boys Soccer vs Rancho Cotati; V@SR, JV @Rancho Cotati 6p. (Galli 12/1)

ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS GOING ON THE ITALY TRIP THIS FEBRUARY--There will be a mandatory meeting at 12:25 today, in room A300. Please plan to attend. Grazie! (Truett 11/29-12/1)

TREE LOT--Cheer, Lacrosse, Baseball, Basketball, Tennis, Night PE, AVID & Football – please show up after school to help with tree drilling. We need ALL of you and anyone else who wants to help. Drama, Art & Soccer, don’t forget to show up for your time slots today and we need more of you to help from 5-7pm. Tomorrow it’s the Sophomore Class. PLEASE come by after school and help. The Tree Lot needs you!! (Lisa 12/1)

ULTIMATE FRISBEE TEAM—will be meeting on Fridays for an hour directly after school on the football field. No experience is necessary. (12/1-12/2, 12/8-12/9, 12/15-12/16)

THE DRAMA CLUB--is hosting an evening of theatre fun and improvisation in the Bulldog Theatre this Friday, December 2nd at 7:00. Seating is limited, admission is by donation. Join us! (Deamer 11/28-12/1)

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. Be kind to your hardworking parents because this can equal food worth $50-$100 dollars a month. All SRHS students are welcome. (Bryant 12/1-12/2, 12/8-12/9, 12/15-12/16)

TREE LOT--Lacrosse, Soccer, Girls Basketball, Night P.E. and football: HARDLY ANY OF YOU have signed up to help unload trees today after school. We need your help and you will be earning money for your teams! Water Polo & Swimming, thank you for signing up! We welcome anyone today to come help and earn money for your class, team or group! (Lisa 11/30)

STUDENTS--If you participated in Walker Creek, please come to the CCC to pick up your cabin leader evaluations. (Fernandez, 11/30-12/5)

COME OUT AND SUPPORT THE THIRD ANNUAL DAWG CLASSIC MEN'S BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT--starting this Thursday night and continuing on Friday with the finals on Saturday. (Galli 11/30-12/2)

SENIORS--The Senior Panorama Picture will be taken on Wednesday, December 7th during Advisory at the Senior Steps followed by a short meeting in the Theater. You will be receiving your Senior Panorama Picture order forms and cap and gown order information and forms. Senior Panorama Pictures are $20 which can be handed in the main office with Ms. Rodriguez. (Rodriguez 11/20-12/7)

VOLUNTEER AWARENESS-Anyone interested in volunteering this month can go to the CCC for more information. (Fernandez 12/1-12/2)

PEER TUTORING--The library is offering one-on-one peer tutoring for students this year, and we need YOUR help as volunteers. The tutoring would take place in the library during the advisory periods, and at other times when you are free. All participating peer tutors receive community service hours for their help. Please come to the library to sign-up. (Gilluly 11/29-12/1)

RESTORATION TRIP TO STINSON BEACH—will be this Saturday, December 3rd. Sign up in SC106 by Friday. (Kalish 11/29-12/2)

SENIORS—Come pick up your Senior Shirts in the Student Store today and Friday, December 2nd during brunch and lunch. (Allen 11/29-12/2)

FOOD DRIVE-- PAL is having a food drive for the Marin Community Food bank. Class boxes will be placed:

Freshman will be located in the Counseling Office, Sophomores will be with Maria in the Principal’s Office, Juniors will be in the student store with Elena and Seniors will be with Nancy in the Main Office. The class that collects the most food in their box by December 16th will win free hot chocolate in January! (Gonzalez 11/29-12/1)

HAITI FUNDRAISER--This is the last week of our school-wide fundraiser for Partners in Health in Haiti. Our goal is to raise $1000 to help the people of Haiti, so please give generously this week. Thanks, SR! (Truett 11/29-12/2)

ATTENTION ALL CSF MEMBERS—your community service hours are due by December 9th, no exceptions. If you do not complete your hours your membership status will be removed. Extra Copies of the Community Service sheets are outside of LA 210 Thank you! (Ayoob 11/16-12/9)

MANY SCHOLARSHIPS ARE OPENING UP--so don't miss out on the opportunity to receive free money for college! (Fernandez, 11/2-ongoing)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 12/1/16




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T=A(T) W=B TH=A(A/T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2016

TODAY’S GAMES--No games. (Galli 11/30)

INTERACT CLUB— Interested in Volunteer opportunities? Come to the Interact Club today at lunch in S106. (Kalish 11/29-11/30)

STAND UP TO CANCER CLUB—is meeting at Lunch today in LA219. (Allan 11/30, 12/7, 12/14)

FRENCH CLUB COMMUNAUTÉ-- Movie lunch is today. Bring your lunch to AD315 and let's watch the really great French movie, Amélie. We'll have popcorn, arrive ASAP by 11:35. Don't forget, French Movie lunch with popcorn. Merci! (Likover 11/20)

TREE LOT--Lacrosse, Soccer, Girls Basketball, Night P.E. and football: HARDLY ANY OF YOU have signed up to help unload trees today after school. We need your help and you will be earning money for your teams! Water Polo & Swimming, thank you for signing up! We welcome anyone today to come help and earn money for your class, team or group! (Lisa 11/30)

ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS GOING ON THE ITALY TRIP THIS FEBRUARY--There will be a mandatory meeting at 12:25 this Thursday, December 1st, in room A300. Please plan to attend. Grazie! (Truett 11/29-12/1)

THE DRAMA CLUB--is hosting an evening of theatre fun and improvisation in the Bulldog Theatre this Friday, December 2nd at 7:00. Seating is limited, admission is by donation. Join us! (Deamer 11/28-12/1)

PEER TUTORING--The library is offering one-on-one peer tutoring for students this year, and we need YOUR help as volunteers. The tutoring would take place in the library during the advisory periods, and at other times when you are free. All participating peer tutors receive community service hours for their help. Please come to the library to sign-up. (Gilluly 11/29-12/1)

RESTORATION TRIP TO STINSON BEACH—will be this Saturday, December 3rd. Sign up in SC106 by Friday. (Kalish 11/29-12/2)

SENIORS—Come pick up your Senior Shirts in the Student Store on Thursday, December 1st and Friday, December 2nd during brunch and lunch. (Allen 11/29-12/2)

FOOD DRIVE-- PAL is having a food drive for the Marin Community Food bank. Class boxes will be placed:

Freshman will be located in the Counseling Office, Sophomores will be with Maria in the Main Office, Juniors will be in the student store with Elena and Seniors will be with Nancy in the Main Office. The class that collects the most food in their box by December 16th will win free hot chocolate in January! (Gonzalez 11/29-12/1)

HAITI FUNDRAISER--This is the last week of our school-wide fundraiser for Partners in Health in Haiti. Our goal is to raise $1000 to help the people of Haiti, so please give generously this week. Thanks, SR! (Truett 11/29-12/2)

INTERNSHIPS—Any students interested in medical/health internships make sure to start applying ASAP. Medical internships require more paperwork and may take longer so get ahead and start the application process. The deadline is January 13th. Internships run from February 13-April 7th. (Nunez 11/28-11/29)

INTERNSHIP APPLICATIONS—are now available in the CCC? Internships help you network and explore careers that you may be interested in. Deadline for all applications is January 13th so get them in early! See Ms. Nunez on Tuesdays in the CCC with any questions you may have. (Nunez 11/28-11/29)

ATTENTION ALL CSF MEMBERS--your Community Service hours are due by December 9th no exceptions. If you do not complete your hours your membership status will be removed. Extra Copies of the Community Service sheets are outside of Mrs. Ayoob's classroom LA 210 Thank you! (Ayoob 11/16-12/9)

MANY SCHOLARSHIPS ARE OPENING UP--so don't miss out on the opportunity to receive free money for college! (Fernandez, 11/2-ongoing

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 11/30/16




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T=A(T) W=B TH=A(A/T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 2016

ECO-ACTION CLUB--meeting today at lunch in S106. Come help change the world, one action at a time. (Kalish 11/28-11/29)

MUJERS CON PODER—meeting today in the Bulldog Theater after school. (Heredia 11/28-11/29)

GSA-THE GENDER AND SEXUALITY ALLIANCE--Come to our meeting today in SC102 at Lunch. (Sloneker 11/29)

INTERACT CLUB— Interested in Volunteer opportunities? Come to the Interact Club Wednesday at lunch in S106. (Kalish 11/29-11/30)

ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS GOING ON THE ITALY TRIP THIS FEBRUARY--There will be a mandatory meeting at 12:25 this Thursday, December 1st, in room A300. Please plan to attend. Grazie! (Truett 11/29-12/1)

TREE LOT--Cheer and Eco Action, don't forget to show up at the Tree Lot today after school and help! We need you! (Lisa 11/29)

THE DRAMA CLUB--is hosting an evening of theatre fun and improvisation in the Bulldog Theatre this Friday, December 2nd at 7:00. Seating is limited, admission is by donation. Join us! (Deamer 11/28-12/1)

SENIORS—Come pick up your Senior Shirts in the Student Store on Thursday, December 1st and Friday, December 2nd during brunch and lunch. (Allen 11/29-12/2)

HAITI FUNDRAISER--This is the last week of our school-wide fundraiser for Partners in Health in Haiti. Our goal is to raise $1000 to help the people of Haiti, so please give generously this week. Thanks, SR! (Truett 11/29-12/2)

INTERNSHIPS—Any students interested in medical/health internships make sure to start applying ASAP. Medical internships require more paperwork and may take longer so get ahead and start the application process. The deadline is January 13th. Internships run from February 13-April 7th. (Nunez 11/28-11/29)

INTERNSHIP APPLICATIONS—are now available in the CCC? Internships help you network and explore careers that you may be interested in. Deadline for all applications is January 13th so get them in early! See Ms. Nunez on Tuesdays in the CCC with any questions you may have. (Nunez 11/28-11/29)

ATTENTION ALL CSF MEMBERS--your Community Service hours are due by December 9th no exceptions. If you do not complete your hours your membership status will be removed. Extra Copies of the Community Service sheets are outside of Mrs. Ayoob's classroom LA 210 Thank you! (Ayoob 11/16-12/9)

MANY SCHOLARSHIPS ARE OPENING UP--so don't miss out

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 11/29/16




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T=A(T) W=B TH=A(A/T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 2016

WELCOME BACK EVERYONE!

ECO-ACTION CLUB--meeting Tuesdays at lunch in S106. Come help change the world, one action at a time. (Kalish 11/28-11/29)

MUJERS CON PODER—meeting Tuesdays in the Bulldog Theater after school. (Heredia 11/28-11/29)

TREE LOT NEEDS YOU TODAY!--Slots have been saved for members of the Freshman Class. Thanks to those Freshman who have already signed up. There are still slots available. The lot is open until 7pm. Please show up after school to help and you will earn money for your class. Tomorrow there are slots saved for cheer and EcoAction. (Lisa 11/28)

THE DRAMA CLUB--is hosting an evening of theatre fun and improv in the Bulldog Theatre this Friday, December 2nd at 7:00. Seating is limited, admission is by donation. Join us! (Deamer 11/28-12/1)

INTERNSHIPS—Any students interested in medical/health internships make sure to start applying ASAP. Medical internships require more paperwork and may take longer so get ahead and start the application process. The deadline is January 13th. Internships run from February 13-April 7th. (Nunez 11/28-11/29)

INTERNSHIP APPLICATIONS—are now available in the CCC? Internships help you network and explore careers that you may be interested in. Deadline for all applications is January 13th so get them in early! See Ms. Nunez on Tuesdays in the CCC with any questions you may have. (Nunez 11/28-11/29)

ATTENTION ALL CSF MEMBERS--your Community Service hours are due by December 9th no exceptions. If you do not complete your hours your membership status will be removed. Extra Copies of the Community Service sheets are outside of Mrs. Ayoob's classroom LA 210 Thank you! (Ayoob 11/16-12/9)

MANY SCHOLARSHIPS ARE OPENING UP--so don't miss out on the opportunity to receive free money for college! (Fernandez, 11/2-ongoing

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 11/28/16




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T=A(T) W- F=HAPPY THANKSGIVING

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 2016

HAPPY THANKSGIVING EVERYONE!

TODAY’S GAMES--Girls Basketball vs Petaluma @SR; FR 4p, JV 5:30, V 7pm and Girls Soccer vs Drake @Drake; V 3:15p (Early Dismissal 2:30p). (Galli 11/22). (Galli 11/22)

11/23 TODAY’S GAMES-- (No School)SR Basketball Alumni Game @SR; Girls Varsity 5:30p, Boys Varsity 7p and Wrestling @MCAL Novice Tournament @TL; 9am. (Galli 11/23)

11/24 TODAY’S GAMES-- (No School) No games. (Galli 11/24)

11/25 TODAY’S AND SATURDAY’S GAMES-- (No School) No games. Saturday-Boys Basketball vs Albany @Albany; FR 3p, JV 4:30p, V 6p and Girls Basketball vs Sonoma @SR; Sonoma Valley; FR 3p, JV 4:30p, V 6pm. (Galli 11/25)

ECO-ACTION CLUB--meeting today at lunch in S106. Come help change the world, one action at a time. (Kalish 11/21-11/22, 11/28-11/29)

MUJERS CON PODER—meeting today in the Bulldog Theater after school. (Heredia 11/21-11/22, 11/28-11/29)

TREE LOT--Sports team members, don't forget to help at the tree lot after school today. Help with tree drilling is needed tomorrow. Tomorrow's slots have been saved for Baseball, Football, Wrestling, Soccer, Girls Basketball, and Mt. Bike, but all sports team members are encouraged to come. Show up & earn money for your sport! (Lisa 11/22)

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN WOMEN’S LACROSSE--in the spring and missed the sign-up meeting please come by the Main Office and sign the interest sheet. Thank you! (Galli 11/18-11/22)

THANK YOU TO EVERYONE--who has already donated to our school-wide fundraiser for Partners in Health in Haiti. The Advisories with the most donations right now are: in 2nd place, Madame Truett's class with $49.81 and Mr. Castle's class with $50.74. As a school, we have raised over $500 so far for the people of Haiti. Our goal is to raise another $500 by the end of the month, so please keep those donations coming! Thanks, SR! (Truett 11/18-11/22)

ATTENTION ALL CSF MEMBERS--your Community Service hours are due by December 9th no exceptions. If you do not complete your hours your membership status will be removed. Extra Copies of the Community Service sheets are outside of Mrs. Ayoob's classroom LA 210 Thank you! (Ayoob 11/16-12/9)

MANY SCHOLARSHIPS ARE OPENING UP--so don't miss out on the opportunity to receive free money for college! (Fernandez, 11/2-ongoing)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 11/22/16




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T=A(T) W- F=HAPPY THANKSGIVING

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 2016

TODAY’S GAMES--Boys Basketball vs Maria Carillo @Maria Carillo; FR 4:30p, JV 6p, V 7:30p,

Girls Basketball vs Analy @SR; FR 4:30p (Early Dismissal 2:45p), JV 5:30p, V 7pm andGirls Soccer vs Drake @Drake; JV 3:15p (JV Early Dismissal 2:30p). (Galli 11/21)

COLLEGE VISIT--Friday November 18th San Francisco State University @ lunch 11:30-12:10 in the CCC.

ECO-ACTION CLUB--meeting Tuesdays at lunch in S106. Come help change the world, one action at a time. (Kalish 11/21-11/22, 11/28-11/29)

MUJERS CON PODER—meeting every Tuesday in the Bulldog Theater after school. (Heredia 11/21-11/22, 11/28-11/29)

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN WOMEN’S LACROSSE--in the spring and missed the sign-up meeting please come by the Main Office and sign the interest sheet. Thank you! (Galli 11/18-11/22)

IT'S TREE LOT TIME!!--The first tree delivery at the tree lot is tomorrow after school. Lots of help is needed to unload the trees. Slots have been saved for members of Football, Cheer, Lacrosse, Girls Basketball, and Soccer but all sports team members are encouraged to come. Please show up after school tomorrow to help and you will earn money for your sport. (Lisa 11/21)

THANK YOU TO EVERYONE--who has already donated to our school-wide fundraiser for Partners in Health in Haiti. The Advisories with the most donations right now are: in 2nd place, Madame Truett's class with $49.81 and Mr. Castle's class with $50.74. As a school, we have raised over $500 so far for the people of Haiti. Our goal is to raise another $500 by the end of the month, so please keep those donations coming! Thanks, SR! (Truett 11/18-11/22)

STUDENTS--If you participated in Walker Creek last week, please come to the CCC to pick up your cabin leader evaluations. (Fernandez, 11/16-11/21)

ATTENTION WORLD TRAVELERS--Don't forget to sign up for our trip to Paris, Normandy, and London during Spring Break of 2018. The early enrollment discount has been extended through January! We look forward to traveling with you on this history-filled adventure. Please see Madame Truett in A300 for more information. (Truett 11/16-11/21)

ATTENTION ALL CSF MEMBERS--your Community Service hours are due by December 9th no exceptions. If you do not complete your hours your membership status will be removed. Extra Copies of the Community Service sheets are outside of Mrs. Ayoob's classroom LA 210 Thank you! (Ayoob 11/16-12/9)

MANY SCHOLARSHIPS ARE OPENING UP--so don't miss out on the opportunity to receive free money for college! (Fernandez, 11/2-ongoing

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 11/21/16




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(T) T=B W= A(A/T) TH=B F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2016

HIKING CLUB--If you'd like to go on today’s hike to Crown Road, please come to the CCC to sign up on the clipboard. Space is limited, so sign up now if you can! Ms. Fernandez has extra permission slips available. Bring water and wear comfortable shoes. (Fernandez, 11/16-11/18)

WARM COAT DRIVE—Today is the last day to bring new/lightly used coats and new socks and underwear to SC106 or the Main office. (Kalish 10/28-11/18)

ULTIMATE FRISBEE TEAM—Will be meeting today for an hour directly after school on the football field. No experience is necessary. (11/17-11/18, 12/1-12/2, 12/8-12/9, 12/15-12/16)

FARMERS MARKET—is held today after school! Bring 2 reusable bags and load up on dinner for Friday night, and breakfast, lunch and dinner for Saturday and Sunday. Be kind to your hardworking parents because this can equal food worth $50-$100 dollars a month. All SRHS students are welcome. (Bryant 11/17-11/18, 12/1-12/2, 12/8-12/9, 12/15-12/16)

CURTAIN UP! LIGHT THE LIGHTS!--Our fall play SHE KILLS MONSTERS opens this week.

There are four performances this Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7:30 and Sunday at 2:00. Tickets will be sold at the student store now. Get your ticket in advance and avoid waiting in line. Only $5 for students and seniors; $10 for adults. Don't miss this action-packed show! (Deamer 11/14-11/18)

FUNDRAISING—All students selling See’s candy need to turn in their lists by Monday, November 21st. (Walters 11/18)

STUDENTS--If you participated in Walker Creek last week, please come to the CCC to pick up your cabin leader evaluations. (Fernandez, 11/16-11/21)

THE LIBRARY--would like to offer one-on-one peer tutoring for students this year, and we need YOUR help as volunteers. The tutoring would take place in the library during the advisory periods, and at other times when you are free. All participating peer tutors receive community service hours for their help. Please come to the library to sign-up. (Gilluly 11/16-11/18)

ATTENTION WORLD TRAVELERS--Don't forget to sign up for our trip to Paris, Normandy, and London during Spring Break of 2018. The early enrollment discount has been extended through January! We look forward to traveling with you on this history-filled adventure. Please see Madame Truett in A300 for more information. (Truett 11/16-11/21)

ATTENTION ALL CSF MEMBERS--your Community Service hours are due by December 9th no exceptions. If you do not complete your hours your membership status will be removed. Extra Copies of the Community Service sheets are outside of Mrs. Ayoob's classroom LA 210 Thank you! (Ayoob 11/16-12/9)

MANY SCHOLARSHIPS ARE OPENING UP--so don't miss out on the opportunity to receive free money for college! (Fernandez, 11/2-ongoing)

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Published: 11/18/16




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(T)     T=B     W= A(A/T)     TH=B      F=A

 

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2016

 

HIKING CLUB--If you'd like to go on today’s hike to Crown Road, please come to the CCC to sign up on the

clipboard.  Space is limited, so sign up now if you can!  Ms. Fernandez has extra permission slips available.  Bring water and wear comfortable shoes. (Fernandez, 11/16-11/18)

WARM COAT DRIVE—Today is the last day to bring new/lightly used coats and new socks and underwear to SC106 or the Main office.  (Kalish 10/28-11/18)

ULTIMATE FRISBEE TEAM—Will be meeting today for an hour directly after school on the football field.  No experience is necessary.  (11/17-11/18, 12/1-12/2, 12/8-12/9, 12/15-12/16)  

FARMERS MARKET—is held today after school!  Bring 2 reusable bags and load up on dinner for Friday night, and breakfast, lunch and dinner for Saturday and Sunday.  Be kind to your hardworking parents because this can equal food worth $50-$100 dollars a month.  All SRHS students are welcome.  (Bryant 11/17-11/18, 12/1-12/2, 12/8-12/9, 12/15-12/16)  

CURTAIN UP! LIGHT THE LIGHTS!--Our fall play SHE KILLS MONSTERS opens this week.

There are four performances this Thursday, Friday and  Saturday at 7:30 and Sunday at 2:00.  Tickets will be sold at the student store now.  Get your ticket in advance and avoid waiting in line.  Only $5 for students and seniors; $10 for adults. Don't miss this action-packed show!  (Deamer 11/14-11/18)

 

FUNDRAISING—All students selling See’s candy need to turn in their lists by Monday, November 21st

(Walters 11/18)

 

STUDENTS--If you participated in Walker Creek last week, please come to the CCC to pick up your cabin leader evaluations. (Fernandez, 11/16-11/21) 

 

THE LIBRARY--would like to offer one-on-one peer tutoring for students this year, and we need YOUR help as volunteers. The tutoring would take place in the library during the advisory periods, and at other times when you are free. All participating peer tutors receive community service hours for their help. Please come to the library to sign-up.  (Gilluly 11/16-11/18)

 

ATTENTION WORLD TRAVELERS--Don't forget to sign up for our trip to Paris, Normandy, and London during Spring Break of 2018.  The early enrollment discount has been extended through January!  We look forward to traveling with you on this history-filled adventure.   Please see Madame Truett in A300 for more information.  (Truett 11/16-11/21)

 

ATTENTION ALL CSF MEMBERS--your Community Service hours are due by December 9th no exceptions. If you do not complete your hours your membership status will be removed. Extra Copies of the Community Service sheets are outside of Mrs. Ayoob's classroom LA 210 Thank you!  (Ayoob 11/16-12/9)

 

MANY SCHOLARSHIPS ARE OPENING UP--so don't miss out on the opportunity to receive free money for college! (Fernandez, 11/2-ongoing) 

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Published: 11/18/16




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(T) T=B W= A(A/T) TH=B F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2016

TODAY’S GAMES--Girls Soccer vs Richmond @Richmond; JV 4p (JV Early Dismissal 2:30p), V 6p

SENIOR CLASS MEETING—today during lunch in LA219. We will be talking about fundraising and prom. (Allen 11/16-11/17)

HIKING CLUB--If you'd like to go on this Friday's hike to Crown Road, please come to the CCC to sign up on the clipboard. Space is limited, so sign up now if you can! Ms. Fernandez has extra permission slips available. Bring water and wear comfortable shoes. (Fernandez, 11/16-11/18)

GIRLS LACROSSE MEETING--Any students interested in playing Girls Lacrosse this Spring, there will be a brief meeting at Lunch today in the auditorium. (Galli 11/16, 11/17)

ULTIMATE FRISBEE TEAM—Will be meeting on Fridays for an hour directly after school on the football field. No experience is necessary. (11/17-11/18, 12/1-12/2, 12/8-12/9, 12/15-12/16 )

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. Be kind to your hardworking parents because this can equal food worth $50-$100 dollars a month. All SRHS students are welcome. (Bryant 11/17-11/18, 12/1-12/2, 12/8-12/9, 12/15-12/16)

CONGRATULATIONS--to Justin Neal for his recent prestigious award as a National Merit Semifinalist, and to Max Mullins and Jasper Powell for their recognition as Commended Students, based on their outstanding performances on last year's PSAT. Let's all congratulate these boys for their impressive achievements. (Leary 11/17)

CURTAIN UP! LIGHT THE LIGHTS!--Our fall play SHE KILLS MONSTERS opens this week.

There are four performances this Thursday, Friday, Saturday at 7:30 or Sunday at 2:00. Tickets will be sold at the student store Starting Wednesday. Get your ticket in advance and avoid waiting in line. Only $5. for students and seniors; $10 for adults. Don't miss this action-packed show! (Deamer 11/14-11/18)

THE LIBRARY--would like to offer one-on-one peer tutoring for students this year, and we need YOUR help as volunteers. The tutoring would take place in the library during the advisory periods, and at other times when you are free. All participating peer tutors receive community service hours for their help. Please come to the library to sign-up. (Gilluly 11/16-11/18)

ATTENTION WORLD TRAVELERS--Don't forget to sign up for our trip to Paris, Normandy, and London during Spring Break of 2018. The early enrollment discount has been extended through January! We look forward to traveling with you on this history-filled adventure. Please see Madame Truett in A300 for more information. (Truett 11/16-11/21)

FRENCH TRIVIA QUESTION RAFFLE WINNERS!--Thank you to everyone who turned in answers for the French Trivia Questions last week. Four students won the raffle prizes. They are: Kimberly Sosa, Jerelyn Garcia, Veroneca Miller, and Allison Rodas. Congratulations to you all! (Truett 11/15-11/17)

FIRST TUESDAY STUDENTS SPEAK MEETING--on Thursday, November 17th, at lunch in Ms. Thurston's room, LA310--Students are welcome to come help plan a social media campaign for First Tuesday

Students Speak. First Tuesday Students Speak is December 6th, a national day of student voice. This is an opportunity for teachers, schools, and community organizations across the nation to have students send letters and video messages to the government and to our president-elect about their concerns and hopes. Students need to lead this effort. Please come to Ms. Thurston's room at lunch on Thursday if you would like to be involved in expanding this campaign. (Simmons 11/15-11/17)

ATTENTION ALL CSF MEMBERS--your Community Service hours are due by December 9th no exceptions. If you do not complete your hours your membership status will be removed. Extra Copies of the Community Service sheets are outside of Mrs. Ayoob's classroom LA 210 Thank you! (Ayoob 11/16-12/9)

MANY SCHOLARSHIPS ARE OPENING UP--so don't miss out on the opportunity to receive free money for college! (Fernandez, 11/2-ongoing)

WARM COAT DRIVE—is happening now until November 18th. Bring new/lightly used coats and new socks and underwear to SC106 (Kalish's classroom) or the Main office. (Kalish 10/28-11/18

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Published: 11/17/16




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(T) T=B W= A(A/T) TH=B F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2016

TODAY’S GAMES--No games

CALLING ALL SPOHOMORES!—Come to our class meeting at Lunch today at lunch in LA217. Get involved. Snacks will be provided. (Winton 11/14-11/16)

IMPORTANT DRAMA CLUB MEETING—There will be an important drama club meeting today

during lunch in the drama room to plan our next evening in the Bulldog Theatre on December 2nd. The meeting will be short. (Deamer 11/14-11/16)

TODAY, SR ATHLETICS WILL BE HONORING ELLIE BAUR--as she signs here Letter of Intent to Monterey Bay University to play softball with a luncheon in the Principal’s Conference Room followed by a formal signing in the library. Let us all congratulate Ellie. (Galli 11/14-11/16)

INTERACT CLUB— Interested in Volunteer opportunities? Come to the Interact Club Wednesday at lunch in S106. (Kalish 11/15-11/16, 11/22-11/23, 11/29-11/30)

STAND UP TO CANCER CLUB—is meeting at Lunch today in LA219. (Allan 11/16, 11/30)

CURTAIN UP! LIGHT THE LIGHTS!--Our fall play SHE KILLS MONSTERS opens this week.

There are four performances this Thursday, Friday, Saturday at 7:30 or Sunday at 2:00. Tickets will be sold at the student store Starting Wednesday. Get your ticket in advance and avoid waiting in line. Only $5. for students and seniors; $10 for adults. Don't miss this action-packed show! (Deamer 11/14-11/18)

THE LIBRARY--would like to offer one-on-one peer tutoring for students this year, and we need YOUR help as volunteers. The tutoring would take place in the library during the advisory periods, and at other times when you are free. All participating peer tutors receive community service hours for their help. Please come to the library to sign-up. (Gilluly 11/16-11/18)

ATTENTION WORLD TRAVELERS--Don't forget to sign up for our trip to Paris, Normandy, and London during Spring Break of 2018. The early enrollment discount has been extended through January! We look forward to traveling with you on this history-filled adventure. Please see Madame Truett in A300 for more information. (Truett 11/16-11/21)

FRENCH TRIVIA QUESTION RAFFLE WINNERS!--Thank you to everyone who turned in answers for the French Trivia Questions last week. Four students won the raffle prizes. They are: Kimberly Sosa, Jerelyn Garcia, Veroneca Miller, and Allison Rodas. Congratulations to you all! (Truett 11/15-11/17)

FIRST TUESDAY STUDENTS SPEAK MEETING--on Thursday, November 17th, at lunch in Ms. Thurston's room, LA310--Students are welcome to come help plan a social media campaign for First Tuesday Students Speak. First Tuesday Students Speak is December 6th, a national day of student voice. This is an opportunity for teachers, schools, and community organizations across the nation to have students send letters and video messages to the government and to our president-elect about their concerns and hopes. Students need to lead this effort. Please come to Ms. Thurston's room at lunch on Thursday if you would like to be involved in expanding this campaign. (Simmons 11/15-11/17)

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR VARSITY COED COMPETITION CHEERLEADING TEAM--for bringing home another incredible first place finish at their second competition of the season! Two in a row! Great job Dawgs! (Hoch 11/14-11/16)

ATTENTION ALL CSF MEMBERS--your Community Service hours are due by December 9th no exceptions. If you do not complete your hours your membership status will be removed. Extra Copies of the Community Service sheets are outside of Mrs. Ayoob's classroom LA 210 Thank you! (Ayoob 11/16-12/9)

MANY SCHOLARSHIPS ARE OPENING UP--so don't miss out on the opportunity to receive free money for college! (Fernandez, 11/2-ongoing)

WARM COAT DRIVE—is happening now until November 18th. Bring new/lightly used coats and new socks and underwear to SC106 (Kalish's classroom) or the Main office. (Kalish 10/28-11/18

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Published: 11/16/16




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(T) T=B W= A(A/T) TH=B F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2016

ECO-ACTION CLUB--meeting today at lunch in S106. Come help change the world, one action at a time. (Kalish 11/14-11/15, 11/21-11/22, 11/28-11/29)

MUJERS CON PODER—meeting today in AR205 after school. (Heredia 11/14-11/15, 11/21-11/22, 11/28-11/29)

CALLING ALL SPOHOMORES!—Come to our class meeting at Lunch this Wednesday at lunch in LA217. Get involved. Snacks will be provided. (Winton 11/14-11/16)

CURTAIN UP! LIGHT THE LIGHTS!--Our fall play SHE KILLS MONSTERS opens this week.

There are four performances this Thursday, Friday, Saturday at 7:30 or Sunday at 2:00. Tickets will be sold at the student store Starting Wednesday. Get your ticket in advance and avoid waiting in line. Only $5. for students and seniors; $10 for adults. Don't miss this action-packed show! (Deamer 11/14-11/18)

DRAMA CLUB MEETING—will be held after school on Wednesday, November 16th, after school. (Deamer 11/14-11/16)

ON WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16TH, SR ATHLETICS WILL BE HONORING ELLIE BAUR--as she signs here Letter of Intent to Monterey Bay University to play softball with a luncheon in the Principal’s Conference Room followed by a formal signing in the library. Let us all congratulate Ellie. (Galli 11/14-11/16)

FRENCH TRIVIA QUESTION RAFFLE WINNERS!--Thank you to everyone who turned in answers for the French Trivia Questions last week. Four students won the raffle prizes. They are: Kimberly Sosa, Jerelyn Garcia, Veroneca Miller, and Allison Rodas. Congratulations to you all! (Truett 11/15-11/17)

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR VARSITY COED COMPETITION CHEERLEADING TEAM--for bringing home another incredible first place finish at their second competition of the season! Two in a row! Great job Dawgs! (Hoch 11/14-11/16)

ATTENTION WORLD TRAVELERS--Don't forget to sign up for our trip to Paris, Normandy, and London during Spring Break of 2018. The early enrollment discount will go away after Thanksgiving, so now is the time to reserve your spot on this history-filled adventure. We look forward to traveling with you! (Truett 11/10-11/22)

MANY SCHOLARSHIPS ARE OPENING UP--so don't miss out on the opportunity to receive free money for college! (Fernandez, 11/2-ongoing)

WARM COAT DRIVE—is happening now until November 18th. Bring new/lightly used coats and new socks and underwear to SC106 (Kalish's classroom) or the Main office. (Kalish 10/28-11/18)

OUTDOOR ED— Cabin leaders are still need for the week of Nov. 15 – November 18. Please see Nancy in the Main office to pick up an application. Sophomores, juniors, and seniors may apply. There are no spring sessions so this is your only opportunity for community service. (Songer 10/25-?)

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Published: 11/15/16




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(T) T=B W= A(A/T) TH=B F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 2016

INTERESTED IN EXPLORING THE ANDES?--Last chance to sign up for the February break 2017 trip to Ecuador is today. See Ms. Kalish for details. (Kalish 11/9-11/14)

ECO-ACTION CLUB--meeting Tuesdays at lunch in S106. Come help change the world, one action at a time. (Kalish 11/14-11/15, 11/21-11/22, 11/28-11/29)

MUJERS CON PODER—meeting every Tuesday in AR205 after school. (Heredia 11/14-11/15, 11/21-11/22, 11/28-11/29)

CALLING ALL SPOHOMORES!—Come to our class meeting at Lunch this Wednesday at lunch in LA217. Get involved. Snacks will be provided. (Winton 11/14-11/16)

CURTAIN UP! LIGHT THE LIGHTS!--Our fall play SHE KILLS MONSTERS opens this week.

There are four performances this Thursday, Friday, Saturday at 7:30 or Sunday at 2:00. Tickets will be sold at the student store Starting Wednesday. Get your ticket in advance and avoid waiting in line. Only $5. for students and seniors; $10 for adults. Don't miss this action-packed show! (Deamer 11/14-11/18)

ATTENTION WORLD TRAVELERS--Don't forget to sign up for our trip to Paris, Normandy, and London during Spring Break of 2018. The early enrollment discount will go away after Thanksgiving, so now is the time to reserve your spot on this history-filled adventure. We look forward to traveling with you! (Truett 11/10-11/22)

MANY SCHOLARSHIPS ARE OPENING UP--so don't miss out on the opportunity to receive free money for college! (Fernandez, 11/2-ongoing)

WARM COAT DRIVE—is happening now until November 18th. Bring new/lightly used coats and new socks and underwear to SC106 (Kalish's classroom) or the Main office. (Kalish 10/28-11/18) OUTDOOR ED— Cabin leaders are still need for the week of Nov. 15 – November 18. Please see Nancy in the Main office to pick up an application. Sophomores, juniors, and seniors may apply. There are no spring sessions so this is your only opportunity for community service. (Songer 10/25-?)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 11/14/16




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(T) T=B W= A(A/T) TH=B F=HOLIDAY

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2016

GIRLS INTERESTED IN PLAYING SOFTBALL THIS SPRING – There will be a meeting for interested students today in the Auditorium during lunch at 11:30 am. (Galli – 11/8 – 11/10)

THE DEADLINE FOR THE SENIOR BABY PICTURES--has been extended to today. Please email your picture to Mr.Allan, sallan@srcs.org, or just hand it into the office and let them know it’s for the yearbook. (Allan 11/1-11/10)

ATTENTION ALL GIRLS INTERESTED IN PLAYING SPRING 2017 SOFTBALL -- there will be a brief meeting at the start of the lunch period today in the Auditorium. (11/8 to 11/10 –Galli)

ULTIMATE FRISBEE TEAM—Will be meeting on Fridays for an hour directly after school on the football field. No experience is necessary. (11/17-11/18)

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. Be kind to your hardworking parents because this can equal food worth $50-$100 dollars a month. All SRHS students are welcome. (Bryant 11/17-11/18)

INTERESTED IN EXPLORING THE ANDES?--Last chance to sign up for the February break 2017 trip to Ecuador is this Monday, November 14th. See Ms. Kalish for details. (Kalish 11/9-11/14)

ATTENTION WORLD TRAVELERS--Don't forget to sign up for our trip to Paris, Normandy, and London during Spring Break of 2018. The early enrollment discount will go away after Thanksgiving, so now is the time to reserve your spot on this history-filled adventure. We look forward to traveling with you! (Truett 11/10-11/22)

MANY SCHOLARSHIPS ARE OPENING UP--so don't miss out on the opportunity to receive free money for college! (Fernandez, 11/2-ongoing)

WARM COAT DRIVE—is happening now until November 18th. Bring new/lightly used coats and new socks and underwear to SC106 (Kalish's classroom) or the Main office. (Kalish 10/28-11/18)

OUTDOOR ED— Cabin leaders are still need for the week of Nov. 15 – November 18. Please see Nancy in the Main office to pick up an application. Sophomores, juniors, and seniors may apply. There are no spring sessions so this is your only opportunity for community service. (Songer 10/25

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 11/10/16




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(T) T=B W= A(A/T) TH=B F=HOLIDAY

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2016

INTERACT CLUB— Interested in Volunteer opportunities? Come to the Interact Club today at lunch in S106. (Kalish 11/8-11/9, 11/15-11/16, 11/22-11/23, 11/29-11/30)

THE DRAMA CLUB--will meet today at lunch in the drama room and welcome the actors from Ashland Shakespeare Festival. There will be snacks. Join us! (Deamer 11/8-11/9)

COLLEGE OF MARIN WILL ASSIST STUDENTS AND THEIR PARENT--on their FAFSA and Dream Act applications at its Cash4College event today and tomorrow from 4 to 6 pm at COM. See the staff in the CCC for details. Or contact Robin Darcangelo at 415-485-9405. (Leary 11/9)

GIRLS INTERESTED IN PLAYING SOFTBALL THIS SPRING – There will be a meeting for interested students on Thursday, November 10, in the Auditorium during lunch at 11:30 am. (Galli – 11/8 – 11/10)

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SRHS VARSITY COED COMPETITION CHEERLEADING TEAM--for bringing home a first place finish in a division of 4 teams at their first United Spirit Association competition of the season! Way to go! (Hoch 11/7-1/9)

THE DEADLINE FOR THE SENIOR BABY PICTURES--has been extended to the 10th of November. Please email your picture to Mr.Allan, sallan@srcs.org, or just hand it into the office and let them know it’s for the yearbook. (Allan 11/1-11/10)

ATTENTION ALL GIRLS INTERESTED IN PLAYING SPRING 2017 SOFTBALL -- there will be a brief meeting at the start of the lunch period on Thursday, November 10th, in the Auditorium. (11/8 to 11/10 –Galli)

BULLDOG PRIDE STUDENTS-OF-THE-MONTH: October Students-of-the-Month have been selected and they are: Freshmen: Jefferson Glickstein and Sam Strolia, Sophomores: Bryan Alvarez-Perez and Jessica Zacarias, Juniors: Yessenia Hernandez and Francisco Renoj Renoj and Seniors: Ella Gerlach and Angelina Gomez-Hernandez. Congratulations to all of you for being such wonderful examples of Bulldog PRIDE! (Truett 11/7-11/9)

THE OREGON SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL--will present two school assemblies on November 9th: period one will see Julius Caesar, and Period two will be treated to Shakespeare Shakedown which includes short scenes for 5 favorite comedies plus a scene from Pericles. There will be a workshop during advisory period for students who sign up. (Thank you to the Creative Arts Commitee for making this possible.) (Deamer 11/1-11/9)

MANY SCHOLARSHIPS ARE OPENING UP--so don't miss out on the opportunity to receive free money for college! (Fernandez, 11/2-ongoing)

WARM COAT DRIVE—is happening now until November 18th. Bring new/lightly used coats and new socks and underwear to SC106 (Kalish's classroom) or the Main office. (Kalish 10/28-11/18)

SENIORS!--We will be hosting College Application Workshops during your advisory classes on 11/9. Community Partners will be on campus to help you work on your CSU, UC, Common App and Community

College applications! All Seniors will be attending during your designated advisory period. (Fernandez, 10/26-11/9)

OUTDOOR ED— Cabin leaders are still need for the week of Nov. 15 – November 18. Please see Nancy in the Main office to pick up an application. Sophomores, juniors, and seniors may apply. There are no spring sessions so this is your only opportunity for community service. (Songer 10/25

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 11/9/16




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(T) T=B W= A(A/T) TH=B F=HOLIDAY

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2016

ECO-ACTION CLUB--meeting today at lunch in SC106. Come help change the world, one action at a time. (Kalish 11/7-11/8, 11/14-11/15, 11/21-11/22, 11/28-11/29)

MUJERS CON PODER—meeting today in AR205 after school. (Heredia 11/7-11/8, 11/14-11/15, 11/21-11/22, 11/28-11/29)

LACROSSE SIGN UP--informational meeting today after school in PE class room 210. (Campos 11/4-11/8)

SENIORS--The Prudential Spirit of Community Award is open and the deadline is today. See the scholarship board, Naviance, or the CCC for information. (Fernandez, 11/2-11/8)

INTERACT CLUB— Interested in Volunteer opportunities? Come to the Interact Club Wednesday at lunch in S106. (Kalish 11/8-11/9, 11/15-11/16, 11/22-11/23, 11/29-11/30)

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SRHS VARSITY COED COMPETITION CHEERLEADING TEAM--for bringing home a first place finish in a division of 4 teams at their first United Spirit Association competition of the season! Way to go! (Hoch 11/7-1/9)

THE DEADLINE FOR THE SENIOR BABY PICTURES--has been extended to the 10th of November. Please email your picture to Mr.Allan, sallan@srcs.org, or just hand it into the office and let them know it’s for the yearbook. (Allan 11/1-11/10)

ATTENTION ALL GIRLS INTERESTED IN PLAYING SPRING 2017 SOFTBALL -- there will be a brief meeting at the start of the lunch period on Thursday, Nov. 10th, in the Auditorium. (11/8 to 11/10 –Galli)

BULLDOG PRIDE STUDENTS-OF-THE-MONTH: October Students-of-the-Month have been selected and they are: Freshmen: Jefferson Glickstein and Sam Strolia, Sophomores: Bryan Alvarez-Perez and Jessica Zacarias, Juniors: Yessenia Hernandez and Francisco Renoj Renoj and Seniors: Ella Gerlach and Angelina Gomez-Hernandez. Congratulations to all of you for being such wonderful examples of Bulldog PRIDE! (Truett 11/7-11/9)

ATTENTION ADVISORY CLASSES--As part of National French Week this week, the French Honor Society and the French club are teaming up with PAL and Ms. Thurston's AP English classes to raise money for Partners in Health, a highly-respected non-profit providing urgent medical care to the people of Haiti. There are already donation canisters in all the classrooms, and the fundraiser will run until the end of November. PAL will provide a brunch to the Advisory class that raises the most money for this worthy cause. Please give generously and often. Haiti needs our help... Thanks, SR! (Truett 11/7-11/8)

THE OREGON SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL--will present two school assemblies on November 9th: period one will see Julius Caesar, and Period two will be treated to Shakespeare Shakedown which includes short scenes for 5 favorite comedies plus a scene from Pericles. There will be a workshop during advisory period for students who sign up. (Thank you to the Creative Arts Commitee for making this possible.) (Deamer 11/1-11/9)

MANY SCHOLARSHIPS ARE OPENING UP--so don't miss out on the opportunity to receive free money for college! (Fernandez, 11/2-ongoing)

WARM COAT DRIVE—is happening now until November 18th. Bring new/lightly used coats and new socks and underwear to SC106 (Kalish's classroom) or the Main office. (Kalish 10/28-11/18)

SENIORS!--We will be hosting College Application Workshops during your advisory classes on 11/9. Community Partners will be on campus to help you work on your CSU, UC, Common App and Community College applications! All Seniors will be attending during your designated advisory period. (Fernandez, 10/26-11/9)

OUTDOOR ED— Cabin leaders are still need for the week of Nov. 15 – November 18. Please see Nancy in the main office to pick up an application. Sophomores, juniors, and seniors may apply. There are no Spring sessions so this is your only opportunity for community service. (Songer 10/25-?)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 11/8/16




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(T) T=B W= A(A/T) TH=B F=HOLIDAY

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2016

ECO-ACTION CLUB--meeting Tuesdays at lunch in S106. Come help change the world, one action at a time. (Kalish 11/7-11/8, 11/14-11/15, 11/21-11/22, 11/28-11/29)

MUJERS CON PODER—meeting every Tuesday in AR205 after school. (Heredia 11/7-11/8, 11/14-11/15, 11/21-11/22, 11/28-11/29)

LACROSSE SIGN UP--informational meeting Tuesday, November 8th after school in PE class room 210. (Campos 11/4-11/8)

BULLDOG PRIDE STUDENTS-OF-THE-MONTH: October Students-of-the-Month have been selected and they are: Freshmen: Jefferson Glickstein and Sam Strolia, Sophomores: Bryan Alvarez-Perez and Jessica Zacarias, Juniors: Yessenia Hernandez and Francisco Renoj Renoj and Seniors: Ella Gerlach and Angelina Gomez-Hernandez. Congratulations to all of you for being such wonderful examples of Bulldog PRIDE! (Truett 11/7-11/9)

SENIORS--The Prudential Spirit of Community Award is open and the deadline is November 8th. See the scholarship board, Naviance, or the CCC for information. (Fernandez, 11/2-11/8)

ATTENTION ADVISORY CLASSES--As part of National French Week this week, the French Honor Society and the French club are teaming up with PAL and Ms. Thurston's AP English classes to raise money for Partners in Health, a highly-respected non-profit providing urgent medical care to the people of Haiti. There are already donation canisters in all the classrooms, and the fundraiser will run until the end of November. PAL will provide a brunch to the Advisory class that raises the most money for this worthy cause. Please give generously and often. Haiti needs our help... Thanks, SR! (Truett 11/7-11/8)

MANY SCHOLARSHIPS ARE OPENING UP--so don't miss out on the opportunity to receive free money for college! (Fernandez, 11/2-ongoing)

THE OREGON SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL--will present two school assemblies on November 9th: period one will see Julius Caesar, and Period two will be treated to Shakespeare Shakedown which includes short scenes for 5 favorite comedies plus a scene from Pericles. There will be a workshop during advisory period for students who sign up. (Thank you to the Creative Arts Commitee for making this possible.) (Deamer 11/1-11/9)

THE DEADLINE FOR THE SENIOR BABY PICTURES--has been extended to the 10th of November. Please email your picture to Mr.Allan, sallan@srcs.org, or just hand it into the office and let them know it’s for the yearbook. (Allan 11/1-11/10)

WARM COAT DRIVE—is happening now until November 18th. Bring new/lightly used coats and new socks and underwear to SC106 (Kalish's classroom) or the main office. (Kalish 10/28-11/18)

ATTENTION BOYS AND GIRLS BASKETBALL PLAYERS—Tryouts begin Monday, November 7th. Here are the times for the first day by level: Varsity girls are 3-5 in Gym I, JV girls are 5-7 in Gym II, Freshman girls are 7-9 in Gym II, Varsity boys are 5-7 in Gym I, JV boys are and Freshman boys are 7-9 in Gym I. Please see Mrs. Healy or Mr. Springhorn with any other questions. (Springhorn 10/31-11/7)

SENIORS!--We will be hosting College Application Workshops during your advisory classes on 11/3, 11/7 and 11/9. Community Partners will be on campus to help you work on your CSU, UC, Common App and Community College applications! All Seniors will be attending during your designated advisory period. (Fernandez, 10/26-11/9)

OUTDOOR ED— Cabin leaders are still need for the week of Nov. 15 – November 18. Please see Nancy in the main office to pick up an application. Sophomores, juniors, and seniors may apply. There are no Spring sessions so this is your only opportunity for community service. (Songer 10/25

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 11/7/16




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T=A(T) W=B TH= A(A/T) F=SEE BELOW

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2016

TODAY’S GAMES--Football vs Redwood @SR; JV 4:30p, Varsity 7p Homecoming game. (Galli 11/4)

COLLEGE VISIT Friday November 4th Sonoma State University @ lunch 11:30-12:10 in the CCC .

ART VENTURE CLUB—is meeting today at lunch in AR207. If you are an artist looking for a community and want to travel to unique places around the Bay Area to create art together, come to our meeting. (Yi 11/4)

ULTIMATE FRISBEE TEAM—Will be meeting today for an hour directly after school on the football field. No experience is necessary. (11/3-11/4, 11/17-11/18)

FARMERS MARKET—is held today after school! Bring 2 reusable bags and load up on dinner for Friday night, and breakfast, lunch and dinner for Saturday and Sunday. Be kind to your hardworking parents because this can equal food worth $50-$100 dollars a month. All SRHS students are welcome. (Bryant 11/3-11/4, 11/17-11/18)

RALLY SCHEDULE FOR TODAY-- 0 Period

7:00 – 7:55AM

4th Period (70 min)

8:00 – 9:10AM

Break (20 min)

9:10 – 9:30AM

5th Period (75 min)

9:35 – 10:50AM

Rally (with 10 minute load-in, 65 min rally, 10 min load out and 5 min voting)

10:50AM – Load in

11:00 – Rally begins

12:05 – Rally ends – students return to 5th period to vote

12:20 - Dismiss students for lunch

Lunch (40 min)

12:20 – 1:00PM

6th Period (70 min)

1:05 – 2:15PM

7th Period (70 min)

2:20 – 3:30PM

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 11/4/16




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T=A(T) W=B TH= A(A/T) F=SEE BELOW

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2016

TODAY’S GAMES--Frosh Football vs San Marin @SR; 5p. (Galli 11/3)

COLLEGE VISITS-- University of Redlands visit for today is after school today.

ULTIMATE FRISBEE TEAM—Will be meeting on Fridays for an hour directly after school on the football field. No experience is necessary. (11/3-11/4, 11/17-11/18)

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. Be kind to your hardworking parents because this can equal food worth $50-$100 dollars a month. All SRHS students are welcome. (Bryant 11/3-11/4, 11/17-11/18)

RALLY SCHEDULE FOR FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4TH-- 0 Period

7:00 – 7:55AM

4th Period (70 min)

8:00 – 9:10AM

Break (20 min)

9:10 – 9:30AM

5th Period (75 min)

9:35 – 10:50AM

Rally (with 10 minute load-in, 65 min rally, 10 min load out and 5 min voting)

10:50AM – Load in

11:00 – Rally begins

12:05 – Rally ends – students return to 5th period to vote

12:20 - Dismiss students for lunch

Lunch (40 min)

12:20 – 1:00PM

6th Period (70 min)

1:05 – 2:15PM

7th Period (70 min)

2:20 – 3:30PM

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 11/3/16




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T=A(T) W=B TH= A(A/T) =B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2016

TODAY’S GAMES--SR hosts MCAL Girls Tennis, 2:30 pm and Boys Waterpolo NCS meet @Piedmont (Early Release AM - TBD). (Galli 11/2)

INTERACT CLUB— Interested in Volunteer opportunities? Come to the Interact Club today at lunch in S106. (Kalish 10/31-11/1, 11/8-11/9, 11/15-11/16, 11/22-11/23, 11/29-11/30)

STAND UP TO CANCER CLUB—is meeting at Lunch today in LA219. (Allan 11/2, 11/9, 11/16, 11/30)

HOMECOMING GUEST PASSES—are due today to the Student Store. (Walters 11/1-11/2)

ALL WRESTLERS AND STUDENTS INTERESTED IN WRESTLING--Wrestling coaches Kernan and Shannon will be holding a wrestling meeting in Mr. Morales' room (SC101) today during lunch. It's OK to bring your lunch to the meeting. (Kernan 10/28-11/2)

ATTENTION WORLD TRAVELERS--Do you have plans yet for Spring Break of 2018? If not, come and relive some of the most historic moments of WWII! Join Madame Truett, Mr. Allen, and your peers as we travel to France and England to walk in the footsteps of Londoners to dodge the Blitz, cross the Channel to storm the beaches of Normandy, and speed across the French countryside to liberate Paris. Want to know more? Bring your parents to an informational meeting tonight at 6:00pm, in Room AD300. Please see Madame Truett or Mr. Allen for more information. Merci! (Truett 10/25-11/2)

BUS PASSES – The Marin Transit temporary passes have expired. If you have applied for a transit pass, please see Ms. Look in the main office to pick up your bus sticker for your ID. (Look 11/1-11/2)

FRENCH CLUB COMMUNAUTÉ--meets this Wednesday, November 2nd, at lunch in AD315

ARTS & CRAFTS for French Week. Bring your lunch and ideas-cookies provided for artists

in AD 315. Merci! (Likover 11/1-11/2)

SENIORS--The Prudential Spirit of Community Award is open and the deadline is November 8th. See the scholarship board, Naviance, or the CCC for information. (Fernandez, 11/2-11/8)

MANY SCHOLARSHIPS ARE OPENING UP--so don't miss out on the opportunity to receive free money for college! (Fernandez, 11/2-ongoing)

HOMECOMING GAME—No open containers or water bottles are allowed into the game. Please remember to bring your student ID with you. Tickets are $4 per student, $1 with ASB sticker. (Rodriguez 11/2-11/4)

HOMECOMING DANCE—Do you have any song requests for the Homecoming Dance? Come to the Student Store before Friday to request your favorite songs! (Walters 11/1-11/4)

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE PRINCES AND PRINCESSES OF THIS YEAR'S HOMECOMING COURT--Declan Mylett, Kieran McKenna, Jonny Silva, Rosbin Maldonado, Jesus Parra, Jordi Cifuentes, Joseph Morales, Daniel Machado, Zoe Hauser, Lani Kamler, Colleen Conradi, Lior Cohen, Ivonne Acuna, Keilani Burak, Mariam Martinez, and Gisell Chavez. Court Members, please meet Ms. Walters in the library for a brief meeting today during lunch! Go Dawgs! (Walters 11/1-11/2)

DRAMA CLASSES WELCOME AUTHOR DON ZOLODIS--on November 3rd as a special guest who will also hold a short seminar for interested student writers during advisory. All students are welcome to the seminar which is by sign-up. It will be especially fun to meet this popular writer since SRHS has chosen four of his one act comedies for evening performances in previous years. (Deamer 11/1-11/2)

THE OREGON SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL--will present two school assemblies on November 9th: period one will see Julius Caesar, and Period two will be treated to Shakespeare Shakedown which includes short scenes for 5 favorite comedies plus a scene from Pericles. There will be a workshop during advisory period for students who sign up. (Thank you to the Creative Arts Commitee for making this possible.) (Deamer 11/1-11/9)

THE DEADLINE FOR THE SENIOR BABY PICTURES--has been extended to the 10th of November. Please email your picture to Mr.Allan, sallan@srcs.org, or just hand it into the office and let them know it’s for the yearbook. (Allan 11/1-11/10)

HEY SR!--National French Week is next week! Get ready for a week filled with brunch rallies, daily trivia questions with prizes, treats for teachers, and a school-wide fundraiser for Haiti. Also, check out the flags of French-speaking countries posted around school, as well as the Facebook Page posters of famous French men and women throughout history. Vive (VEEV) la France! (Truett 11/2-11/4)

WARM COAT DRIVE—is happening now until November 18th. Bring new/lightly used coats and new socks and underwear to SC106 (Kalish's classroom) or the main office. (Kalish 10/28-11/18)

ATTENTION BOYS AND GIRLS BASKETBALL PLAYERS—Tryouts begin Monday, November 7th. Here are the times for the first day by level: Varsity girls are 3-5 in Gym I, JV girls are 5-7 in Gym II, Freshman girls are 7-9 in Gym II, Varsity boys are 5-7 in Gym I, JV boys are and Freshman boys are 7-9 in Gym I. Please see Mrs. Healy or Mr. Springhorn with any other questions. (Springhorn 10/31-11/7)

HOMECOMING DANCE TICKETS—are now on sale in the Student Store at brunch and lunch. $17 for a single ticket, $15 for a single ticket with an ASB stamp, $26 for a couple and $24 for a couple with ASB stamp. Don’t miss out! (Walters 10/26-11/4)

SENIORS!--We will be hosting College Application Workshops during your advisory classes on 11/3, 11/7 and 11/9. Community Partners will be on campus to help you work on your CSU, UC, Common App and Community College applications! All Seniors will be attending during your designated advisory period. (Fernandez, 10/26-11/9)

OUTDOOR ED—applications have been extended until further notice. Pick them up and drop them off right here in the Main Office. There are no Spring sessions so this is your only opportunity for community service. (Songer 10/25-?)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 11/2/16




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T=A(T) W=B TH= A(A/T) =B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 2016

TODAY’S GAMES--No games.

ECO-ACTION CLUB--meeting today at lunch in S106. Come help change the world, one action at a time. (Kalish 10/24-10/25 10/31-11/1)

MUJERS CON PODER—meeting today in AR205 after school. (Heredia 10/24-10/25, 10/31-11/1, 11/7-11/8)

GIRLS BASKETBALL TRYOUT MEETING—will be held today in Gym I at Lunch. All girls interested in trying out will need to attend. (Healy 10/27-10/31)

BOYS SOCCER--All students interested in playing Boys Soccer this coming winter season, there is a mandatory informational meeting today at 3pm sharp in Room GP 104 (Ms. Caiocca’s Classroom.) Come and receive information regarding Try-outs and the upcoming season. (Galli 10/31-11/1)

GSA-THE GENDER AND SEXUALITY ALLIANCE--Come to our meeting today in SC102 at Lunch. (Sloneker 11/1, 11/8, 11/15, 11/22, 11/29)

CONGRATULATIONS AGAIN TO THE PRINCES AND PRINCESSES OF THIS YEAR'S HOMECOMING COURT--Declan Mylett, Kieran McKenna, Jonny Silva, Rosbin Maldonado, Jesus Parra, Jordi Cifuentes, Joseph Morales, Daniel Machado, Zoe Hauser, Lani Kamler, Colleen Conradi, Lior Cohen, Ivonne Acuna, Keilani Burak, Mariam Martinez, and Gisell Chavez. Court Members, please meet Ms. Walters in the library for a brief meeting today during lunch! Go Dawgs! (Walters 11/1-11/2)

DRAMA CLASSES WELCOME AUTHOR DON ZOLODIS--on November 3rd as a special guest who will also hold a short seminar for interested student writers during advisory. All students are welcome to the seminar which is by sign-up. It will be especially fun to meet this popular writer since SRHS has chosen four of his one act comedies for evening performances in previous years. (Deamer 11/1-11/2)

THE OREGON SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL--will present two school assemblies on November 9th: period one will see Julius Caesar, and Period two will be treated to Shakespeare Shakedown which includes short scenes for 5 favorite comedies plus a scene from Pericles. There will be a workshop during advisory period for students who sign up. (Thank you to the Creative Arts Commitee for making this possible.) (Deamer 11/1-11/9)

THE DEADLINE FOR THE SENIOR BABY PICTURES--has been extended to the 10th of November. Please email your picture to Mr.Allan sallan@srcs.org or just hand it into the office and let them know it’s for the yearbook. (Allan 11/1-11/10)

HEY SR!--National French Week is next week! Get ready for a week filled with brunch rallies, daily trivia questions with prizes, treats for teachers, and a school-wide fundraiser for Haiti. Also, check out the flags of French-speaking countries posted around school, as well as the Facebook Page posters of famous French men and women throughout history. Vive (VEEV) la France! (Truett 11/2-11/4)

INTERACT CLUB— Interested in Volunteer opportunities? Come to the Interact Club Wednesday at lunch in S106. (Kalish 10/31-11/1, 11/8-11/9, 11/15-11/16, 11/22-11/23, 11/29-11/30)

ALL WRESTLERS AND STUDENTS INTERESTED IN WRESTLING--Wrestling coaches Kernan and Shannon will be holding a wrestling meeting in Mr. Morales' room (SC101) on Wednesday, November 2 during lunch. It's OK to bring your lunch to the meeting. Once again, there is a wrestling meeting for all wrestlers and anyone interested in wrestling on Wednesday November 2 during lunch. (Kernan 10/28-11/2)

ATTENTION WORLD TRAVELERS--Do you have plans yet for Spring Break of 2018? If not, come and relive some of the most historic moments of WWII! Join Madame Truett, Mr. Allen, and your peers as we travel to France and England to walk in the footsteps of Londoners to dodge the Blitz, cross the Channel to storm the beaches of Normandy, and speed across the French countryside to liberate Paris. Want to know more? Bring your parents to an informational meeting next Wednesday, November 2nd at 6:00pm, in Room AD300. Please see Madame Truett or Mr. Allen for more information. Merci! (Truett 10/25-11/2)

WARM COAT DRIVE—is happening now until November 18th. Bring new/lightly used coats and new socks and underwear to SC106 (Kalish's classroom) or the main office. (Kalish 10/28-11/18)

WELCOME TO SPIRIT WEEK!—

Today is Pajama Day.

Wednesday, November 2nd is Sports Day

Thursday, November 3td is Class Day

Seniors: Togas

Juniors: Superheroes

Sophomores: Cowboys / Cowgirls

Freshmen: Babies

Friday, November 4th is Extreme Red and White Day (Administration 10/31-11/4)

ATTENTION BOYS AND GIRLS BASKETBALL PLAYERS—Tryouts begin Monday, November 7th. Here are the times for the first day by level: Varsity girls are 3-5 in Gym I, JV girls are 5-7 in Gym II, Freshman girls are 7-9 in Gym II, Varsity boys are 5-7 in Gym I, JV boys are 7-9 in Gym I and Freshman boys are 7-9 in Gym I. Please see Mrs. Healy or Mr. Springhorn with any other questions. (Springhorn 10/31-11/7)

HOMECOMING DANCE TICKETS—are now on sale in the Student Store at brunch and lunch. $17 for a single ticket, $15 for a single ticket with an ASB stamp, $26 for a couple and $24 for a couple with ASB stamp. Don’t miss out! (Walters 10/26-11/4)

SENIORS!--We will be hosting College Application Workshops during your advisory classes on 11/1, 11/3, 11/7 and 11/9. Community Partners will be on campus to help you work on your CSU, UC, Common App and Community College applications! All Seniors will be attending during your designated advisory period. (Fernandez, 10/26-11/9)

ATTENTION SENIORS--If you are applying to any private colleges with a due date of 11/1/16 and have not yet requested your counselor recommendation through Common App, you must come to the counseling office to submit for a late request from your counselor. (Pipkin 10/25-11/1)

OUTDOOR ED—applications have been extended until further notice. Pick them up and drop them off right here in the Main Office. There are no Spring sessions so this is your only opportunity for community service. (Songer 10/25-?)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 11/1/16




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T=A(T) W=B TH= A(A/T) =B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

MONDAY, OCTOBER 31, 2016

HAPPY HALLOWEEN EVERYONE!

COLLEGE VISITS--FIDM, Fashion Institution of Design and Merchandise will be in the CCC today at lunch. (Fernandez, 10/31)

ECO-ACTION CLUB--meeting Tuesdays at lunch in S106. Come help change the world, one action at a time. (Kalish 10/24-10/25 10/31-11/1)

MUJERS CON PODER—meeting every Tuesday in AR205 after school. (Heredia 10/24-10/25, 10/31-11/1, 11/7-11/8)

BOYS SOCCER--All students interested in playing Boys Soccer this coming winter season, there is a mandatory informational meeting this Tuesday November 1st, 2016 at 3pm sharp in Room GP 104 (Ms. Caiocca’s Classroom.) Come and receive information regarding Try-outs and the upcoming season. (Galli 10/31-11/1)

ALL WRESTLERS AND STUDENTS INTERESTED IN WRESTLING--Wrestling coaches Kernan and Shannon will be holding a wrestling meeting in Mr. Morales' room (SC101) on Wednesday, November 2 during lunch. It's OK to bring your lunch to the meeting. Once again, there is a wrestling meeting for all wrestlers and anyone interested in wrestling on Wednesday November 2 during lunch. (Kernan 10/28-11/2)

WARM COAT DRIVE—is happening now until November 18th. Bring new/lightly used coats and new socks and underwear to SC106 (Kalish's classroom) or the main office. (Kalish 10/28-11/18)

GIRLS BASKETBALL TRYOUT MEETING—will be held on Tuesday, November 1st, in Gym I at Lunch. All girls interested in trying out will need to attend. (Healy 10/27-10/31)

HALLOWEEN--Have fun and wear an appropriate costume for Halloween. No masks or clown costumes allowed. If any costume is deemed inappropriate, offensive and/or depicts themes that are not allowed on campus, you’ll be sent to the office. Please note that fake weapons are still not allowed; i.e. .no guns, knives, etc. We will continue with learning so any costume that a teacher feels disrupts instruction or learning will need to be changed. Remember, candy may not be eaten or distributed in class. Have fun but think first! (Administration 10/27-10/31)

WELCOME TO SPIRIT WEEK —

Monday, October 31st is Halloween Costume Day

Tuesday, November 1st- Pajama Day

Wednesday, November 2nd- Sports Day

Thursday, November 3rd- Class Day

Seniors: Togas

Juniors: Superheroes

Sophomores: Cowboys / Cowgirls

Freshmen: Babies

Friday, November 4th is Extreme Red and White (Administration 10/31-11/4)

ATTENTION BOYS AND GIRLS BASKETBALL PLAYERS—Tryouts begin Monday, November 7th. Here are the times for the first day by level: Varsity girls are 3-5 in Gym I, JV girls are 5-7 in Gym II, Freshman girls are 7-9 in Gym II, Varsity boys are 5-7 in Gym I, JV boys are 7-9 in Gym I and Freshman boys are 7-9 in Gym I. Please see Mrs. Healy or Mr. Springhorn with any other questions. (Springhorn 10/31-11/7)

HOMECOMING DANCE TICKETS—are now on sale in the Student Store at brunch and lunch. $17 for a single ticket, $15 for a single ticket with an ASB stamp, $26 for a couple and $24 for a couple with ASB stamp. Don’t miss out! (Walters 10/26-11/4)

SENIORS!--We will be hosting College Application Workshops during your advisory classes on 11/1, 11/3, 11/7 and 11/9. Community Partners will be on campus to help you work on your CSU, UC, Common App and Community College applications! All Seniors will be attending during your designated advisory period. (Fernandez, 10/26-11/1)

ATTENTION SENIORS--If you are applying to any private colleges with a due date of 11/1/16 and have not yet requested your counselor recommendation through Common App, you must come to the counseling office to submit for a late request from your counselor. (Pipkin 10/25-11/1)

ATTENTION WORLD TRAVELERS--Do you have plans yet for Spring Break of 2018? If not, come and relive some of the most historic moments of WWII! Join Madame Truett, Mr. Allen, and your peers as we travel to France and England to walk in the footsteps of Londoners to dodge the Blitz, cross the Channel to storm the beaches of Normandy, and speed across the French countryside to liberate Paris. Want to know more? Bring your parents to an informational meeting next Wednesday, November 2nd at 6:00pm, in Room AD300. Please see Madame Truett or Mr. Allen for more information. Merci! (Truett 10/25-11/2)

OUTDOOR ED—applications have been extended until further notice. Pick them up and drop them off right here in the Main Office. There are no Spring sessions so this is your only opportunity for community service. (Songer 10/25

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 10/31/16




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(T) T=B W= A(A/T) T=B F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2016

TODAY’S AND SATURDAY’S GAMES--No games today. Saturday-Football vs Novato @Novato; JV 11am, Varsity 1:30p. (Galli 10/28)

COLLEGE VISITS--The New School (New York City) today @ lunch 11:30-12:10 in the CCC.

ULTIMATE FRISBEE TEAM—will be meeting today for an hour directly after school on the football field. No experience is necessary. (10/27-10/28, 11/3-11/4, 11/17-11/18)

FARMERS MARKET—is held today after school! Bring 2 reusable bags and load up on dinner for Friday night, and breakfast, lunch and dinner for Saturday and Sunday. Be kind to your hardworking parents because this can equal food worth $50-$100 dollars a month. All SRHS students are welcome. (Bryant 10/27-10/28, 11/3-11/4, 11/17-11/18)

BASEBALL OPEN FIELD--is canceled today due to weather. (Detwiler 10/26-10/28)

PENNIES FOR ROOTS OF PEACE COIN DRIVE IS OVER--The First place advisory is Mr. Casper and second place is Ms. Kuehle, they will be receiving a yummy brunch from the PAL class next week. As a school we raised over $1000 Way to go SR! (Gonzalez 10/27-10/28)

RED RIBBON WEEK--Be a real friend. If you know someone with a drinking problem, be part of the solution. (Gonzalez 10/28)

ALL WRESTLERS AND STUDENTS INTERESTED IN WRESTLING--Wrestling coaches Kernan and Shannon will be holding a wrestling meeting in Mr. Morales' room (SC101) on Wednesday, November 2 during lunch. It's OK to bring your lunch to the meeting. Once again, there is a wrestling meeting for all wrestlers and anyone interested in wrestling on Wednesday November 2 during lunch. (Kernan 10/28-11/2)

WARM COAT DRIVE—is happening now until November 18th. Bring new/lightly used coats and new socks and underwear to SC106 (Kalish's classroom) or the main office. (Kalish 10/28-11/18

GIRLS BASKETBALL TRYOUT MEETING—will be held on Tuesday, November 1st, in Gym I at Lunch. All girls interested in trying out will need to attend. (Healy 10/27-10/31)

HALLOWEEN--Have fun and wear an appropriate costume for Halloween. No masks or clown costumes allowed. If any costume is deemed inappropriate, offensive and/or depicts themes that are not allowed on campus, you’ll be sent to the office. Please note that fake weapons are still not allowed; i.e. .no guns, knives, etc. We will continue with learning so any costume that a teacher feels disrupts instruction or learning will need to be changed. Remember, candy may not be eaten or distributed in class. Have fun but think first! (Administration 10/27-10/31)

HOMECOMING DANCE TICKETS—are now on sale in the Student Store at brunch and lunch. $17 for a single ticket, $15 for a single ticket with an ASB stamp, $26 for a couple and $24 for a couple with ASB stamp. Don’t miss out! (Walters 10/26-11/4)

DOES MARKETING, RETAIL AND TECHNOLOGY INTERST YOU?—Sign up for the Microsoft job shadow trip on Thursday, November 3rd. Space is very limited, applications will be in the CCC under internships. (Nunez 10/26-10/27)

SENIORS!--We will be hosting College Application Workshops during your advisory classes on 11/1, 11/3, 11/7 and 11/9. Community Partners will be on campus to help you work on your CSU, UC, Common App and Community College applications! All Seniors will be attending during your designated advisory period. (Fernandez, 10/26-11/1)

ATTENTION SENIORS--If you are applying to any private colleges with a due date of 11/1/16 and have not yet requested your counselor recommendation through Common App, you must come to the counseling office to submit for a late request from your counselor. (Pipkin 10/25-11/1)

STUDENTS PLANNING TO PARTICIPATE IN A WINTER SPORT (WRESTLING, BASKETBALL, OR SOCCER)--You need to have a physical and complete an athletic clearance packet before you can begin practicing on November 7, the start of the winter sports season. Please stop by the office to get your athletic clearance packet and find out how to schedule a physical. (Galli 10/26-10/28)

ATTENTION WORLD TRAVELERS--Do you have plans yet for Spring Break of 2018? If not, come and relive some of the most historic moments of WWII! Join Madame Truett, Mr. Allen, and your peers as we travel to France and England to walk in the footsteps of Londoners to dodge the Blitz, cross the Channel to storm the beaches of Normandy, and speed across the French countryside to liberate Paris. Want to know more? Bring your parents to an informational meeting next Wednesday, November 2nd at 6:00pm, in Room AD300. Please see Madame Truett or Mr. Allen for more information. Merci! (Truett 10/25-11/2)

ALL VOLLEYBALL PLAYERS—Please turn in your uniforms to Pops in G211 or the Main Office by Friday, October 28th to avoid a book bill. (Pops 10/24-10/28)

OUTDOOR ED—applications have been extended until further notice. Pick them up and drop them off right here in the Main Office. There are no Spring sessions so this is your only opportunity for community service. (Songer 10/25-?)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 10/28/16




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(T) T=B W= A(A/T) T=B F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2016

TODAY’S GAMES--Frosh Football vs San Marin @SR; 6:30p, Cross Country vs Redwood & TL @SR; 4:15p (Girls Early Release 3p; Boys Early Release 3:20p) and Girls Tennis hosting MCAL Finals; 3 pm. (Galli 10/27)

SENIOR CLASS MEETING-today in LA219. We will be talking about fundraising and Homecoming floats during lunch. (Allen 10/26-10/27)

ULTIMATE FRISBEE TEAM—will be meeting on Fridays for an hour directly after school on the football field. No experience is necessary. (10/27-10/28, 11/3-11/4, 11/17-11/18)

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. Be kind to your hardworking parents because this can equal food worth $50-$100 dollars a month. All SRHS students are welcome. (Bryant 10/27-10/28, 11/3-11/4, 11/17-11/18)

BASEBALL OPEN FIELD--is canceled Friday October 28th due to weather. (Detwiler 10/26-10/28)

GIRLS BASKETBALL TRYOUT MEETING—will be held on Tuesday, November 1st, in Gym I at Lunch. All girls interested in trying out will need to attend. (Healy 10/27-10/31)

COLLEGE VISITS--USC Thursday October 27th @ lunch 11:30-12:10 in the CCC.

RED RIBBON WEEK—Thanks to all the Bulldogs who came out to support red ribbon week by pledging to keep San Rafael High School a drug free campus. (Gonzalez 10/27)

HALLOWEEN--Have fun and wear an (appropriate!) costume for Halloween. If any costume is deemed inappropriate, offensive and/or depicts themes that are not allowed on campus, you’ll be sent to the office. Please note that fake weapons are still not allowed; i.e. .no guns, knives, etc. We will continue with learning so any costume that a teacher feels disrupts instruction or learning will need to be changed. Remember, candy may not be eaten or distributed in class. Have fun but think first! (Administration 10/27-10/31)

HOMECOMING DANCE TICKETS—are now on sale in the Student Store at brunch and lunch. $17 for a single ticket, $15 for a single ticket with an ASB stamp, $26 for a couple and $24 for a couple with ASB stamp. Don’t miss out! (Walters 10/26-11/4)

DOES MARKETING, RETAIL AND TECHNOLOGY INTERST YOU?—Sign up for the Microsoft job shadow trip on Thursday, November 3rd. Space is very limited, applications will be in the CCC under internships. (Nunez 10/26-10/27)

SENIORS!--We will be hosting College Application Workshops during your advisory classes on 11/1, 11/3, 11/7 and 11/9. Community Partners will be on campus to help you work on your CSU, UC, Common App and Community College applications! All Seniors will be attending during your designated advisory period. (Fernandez, 10/26-11/1)

ATTENTION SENIORS--If you are applying to any private colleges with a due date of 11/1/16 and have not yet requested your counselor recommendation through Common App, you must come to the counseling office to submit for a late request from your counselor. (Pipkin 10/25-11/1)

STUDENTS PLANNING TO PARTICIPATE IN A WINTER SPORT (WRESTLING, BASKETBALL, OR SOCCER)--You need to have a physical and complete an athletic clearance packet before you can begin practicing on November 7, the start of the winter sports season. Please stop by the office to get your athletic clearance packet and find out how to schedule a physical. (Galli 10/26-10/28)

ATTENTION WORLD TRAVELERS--Do you have plans yet for Spring Break of 2018? If not, come and relive some of the most historic moments of WWII! Join Madame Truett, Mr. Allen, and your peers as we travel to France and England to walk in the footsteps of Londoners to dodge the Blitz, cross the Channel to storm the beaches of Normandy, and speed across the French countryside to liberate Paris. Want to know more? Bring your parents to an informational meeting next Wednesday, November 2nd at 6:00pm, in Room AD300. Please see Madame Truett or Mr. Allen for more information. Merci! (Truett 10/25-11/2)

ALL VOLLEYBALL PLAYERS—Please turn in your uniforms to Pops in G211 or the Main Office by Friday, October 28th to avoid a book bill. (Pops 10/24-10/28)

OUTDOOR ED—applications have been extended until further notice. Pick them up and drop them off right here in the Main Office. There are no Spring sessions so this is your only opportunity for community service. (Songer 10/25-?)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 10/27/16




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(T) T=B W= A(A/T) T=B F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2016

TODAY’S GAMES—None (Galli 10/26)

INTERACT CLUB— Interested in Volunteer opportunities? Come to the Interact Club today at lunch in S106. (Kalish 10/24-10/25, 10/31-11/1)

STAND UP TO CANCER CLUB—is meeting at Lunch today in LA219. (Allan 10/19, 10/26, 11/2)

BILINGUAL CLUB—Please come to our meeting today at Lunch in LA301. (Arndt 10/26)

ATTENTION ALL BOYS BASKETBALL PLAYERS—There will be an informational meeting today at Lunch in Gym I. We will talk about the start of the season, physicals and practice times. It is an important meeting for you to be at. (Springhorn 10/24-10/26)

ATTENTION ALL DRAMA CLUB MEMBERS—Today’s meeting is very important as we finalize our Friday, October 28th event in the Bulldog Theatre. Plan ahead to bring your lunch and be there! See John Diaz or Ms. Deamer if you have questions. (Deamer 10/24-10/26)

COLLEGE VISITS--New York Film Academy Wednesday October 26th during ADVISORY in the CCC. *Sign up ahead of time w/Ms. Fernandez to receive an advisory pass!

SENIOR CLASS MEETING-on Thursday, October 27th in LA219. We will be talking about fundraising and Homecoming floats during lunch. (Allen 10/26-10/27)

HOMECOMING DANCE TICKETS—are now on sale now in the Student Store at brunch and lunch. $17 for a single ticket, $15 for a single ticket with an ASB stamp, $26 for a couple and $24 for a couple with ASB stamp. Don’t miss out! (Walters 10/26-11/4)

SENIORS!--We will be hosting College Application Workshops during your advisory classes on 11/1, 11/3, 11/7 and 11/9. Community Partners will be on campus to help you work on your CSU, UC, Common App and Community College applications! All Seniors will be attending during your designated advisory period. (Fernandez, 10/26-11/1)

ATTENTION SENIORS--If you are applying to any private colleges with a due date of 11/1/16 and have not yet requested your counselor recommendation through Common App, you must come to the counseling office to submit for a late request from your counselor. (Pipkin 10/25-11/1)

RED RIBBON WEEK--Come to the quad a brunch on Thursday and sign the school pledge to keep San Rafael High School a drug free campus. Treats and prizes will be handed out. (Gonzalez 10/26)

RED RIBBON WEEK FACT--1 out of every 3 drivers who are fatally injured in a traffic accident tested positive for drugs. (Gonzalez 10/26)

STUDENTS PLANNING TO PARTICIPATE IN A WINTER SPORT (WRESTLING, BASKETBALL, OR SOCCER)--You need to have a physical and complete an athletic clearance packet before you can begin practicing on November 7, the start of the winter sports season. Please stop by the office to get your athletic clearance packet and find out how to schedule a physical. (Galli 10/26-10/28)

ATTENTION WORLD TRAVELERS--Do you have plans yet for Spring Break of 2018? If not, come and relive some of the most historic moments of WWII! Join Madame Truett, Mr. Allen, and your peers as we travel to France and England to walk in the footsteps of Londoners to dodge the Blitz, cross the Channel to storm the beaches of Normandy, and speed across the French countryside to liberate Paris. Want to know more? Bring your parents to an informational meeting next Wednesday, November 2nd at 6:00pm, in Room AD300. Please see Madame Truett or Mr. Allen for more information. Merci! (Truett 10/25-11/2)

ALL VOLLEYBALL PLAYERS—Please turn in your uniforms to Pops in G211 or the Main Office by Friday, October 28th to avoid a bookbill. (Pops 10/24-10/28)

BOYS BASKETBALL—is looking for workers to film our home and away games this season. Games begin in early November and go until mid-February. This is a paid position. Please contact Mr. Springhorn if you are interested. (Springhorn 10/24-10/26)

THE DRAMA CLUB is hosting an informal evening of variety in the Bulldog Theatre. There will be a variety of skits, songs, dances and improv games. Seating is limited, so come at 7:00. Admission is by donation. Come join the fun! (Deamer 10/24-10/26)

THE CCC HAS A NEW SCHOLARSHIP BOARD--in the AD hallway near the boys bathroom to the left of the back counseling office door. Seniors, take a look at what's available. (Fernandez 10/24-10/26)

OUTDOOR ED—applications have been extended until further notice. Pick them up and drop them off right here in the Main Office. There are no Spring sessions so this is your only opportunity for community service. (Songer 10/25-?)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 10/26/16




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(T) T=B W= A(A/T) T=B F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2016

ECO-ACTION CLUB--today at lunch in S106. Come help change the world, one action at a time. (Kalish 10/24-10/25 10/31-11/1)

MUJERS CON PODER—meeting today in the Bulldog Theater after school. (Heredia 10/24-10/25, 10/31-11/1, 11/7-11/8)

GSA-THE GENDER AND SEXUALITY ALLIANCE--Come to our meeting today in SC102 at Lunch. (Sloneker 10/25, 11/1, 11/)

RED RIBBON WEEK--Come to the quad a brunch on Thursday and sign the school pledge to keep San Rafael High School a drug free campus. Treats and prizes will be handed out. (Gonzalez 10/25)

RED RIBBON WEEK FACT--For teens who use drugs, they have a 1 in 4 chance of developing an alcohol dependency when they become an adult. (Gonzalez 10/25).

INTERACT CLUB— Interested in Volunteer opportunities? Come to the Interact Club Wednesday at lunch in S106. (Kalish 10/24-10/25, 10/31-11/1)

COLLEGE VISITS--American University from Washington DC Tuesday October 25th @ lunch 11:30-12:10 in the CCC.

ATTENTION ALL BOYS BASKETBALL PLAYERS—There will be an informational meeting on Wednesday, October 26th at Lunch in Gym I. We will talk about the start of the season, physicals and practice times. It is an important meeting for you to be at. (Springhorn 10/24-10/26)

ATTENTION ALL DRAMA CLUB MEMBERS--This Wednesday's meeting is very important as we finalize our Friday, October 28th event in the Bulldog Theatre. Plan ahead to bring your lunch and be there! See John Diaz or Ms. Deamer if you have questions. (Deamer 10/24-10/26)

ATTENTION WORLD TRAVELERS--Do you have plans yet for Spring Break of 2018? If not, come and relive some of the most historic moments of WWII! Join Madame Truett, Mr. Allen, and your peers as we travel to France and England to walk in the footsteps of Londoners to dodge the Blitz, cross the Channel to storm the beaches of Normandy, and speed across the French countryside to liberate Paris. Want to know more? Bring your parents to an informational meeting next Wednesday, November 2nd at 6:00pm, in Room AD300. Please see Madame Truett or Mr. Allen for more information. Merci! (Truett 10/25-11/2)

ALL VOLLEYBALL PLAYERS—Please turn in your uniforms to Pops in G211 or the Main Office by Friday, October 28th to avoid a bookbill. (Pops 10/24-10/28)

BOYS BASKETBALL—is looking for workers to film our home and away games this season. Games begin in early November and go until mid-February. This is a paid position. Please contact Mr. Springhorn if you are interested. (Springhorn 10/24-10/26)

THE DRAMA CLUB is hosting an informal evening of variety in the Bulldog Theatre. There will be a variety of skits, songs, dances and improv games. Seating is limited, so come at 7:00. Admission is by donation. Come join the fun! (Deamer 10/24-10/26)

THE CCC HAS A NEW SCHOLARSHIP BOARD--in the AD hallway near the boys bathroom to the left of the back counseling office door. Seniors, take a look at what's available. (Fernandez 10/24-10/26)

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26TH--is our last Drama Club meeting before the show. Bring your lunch and be there! (Deamer 10/21-10/26)

OUTDOOR ED—applications have been extended until further notice. Pick them up and drop them off right here in the Main Office. There are no Spring sessions so this is your only opportunity for community service. (Songer 10/25-?)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 10/25/16




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(T) T=B W= A(A/T) T=B F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

MONDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2016

COLLEGE VISITS--Mills College Monday October 24th @ lunch 12:20-1:00 in the CCC and Dominican ART department after school.

ECO-ACTION CLUB--meeting Tuesdays at lunch in S106. Come help change the world, one action at a time. (Kalish 10/24-10/25 10/31-11/1)

MUJERS CON PODER—meeting every Tuesday in the Bulldog Theater after school. (Heredia 10/24-10/25, 10/31-11/1, 11/7-11/8)

ATTENTION ALL DRAMA CLUB MEMBERS--This Wednesday's meeting is very important as we finalize our Friday, October 28th event in the Bulldog Theatre. Plan ahead to bring your lunch and be there! See John Diaz or Ms. Deamer if you have questions. (Deamer 10/24-10/26)

THE DRAMA CLUB is hosting an informal evening of variety in the Bulldog Theatre. There will be a variety of skits, songs, dances and improv games. Seating is limited, so come at 7:00. Admission is by donation. Come join the fun! (Deamer 10/24-10/26)

THE CCC HAS A NEW SCHOLARSHIP BOARD--in the AD hallway near the boys bathroom to the left of the back counseling office door. Seniors, take a look at what's available. (Fernandez 10/24-10/26)

BLOOD DRIVE—will be held on Tuesday, October 25th from 8AM-3PM in Gym I. Permission slips are available from Ms. Gonzalez in T121 and must be turned in by Monday, October 24th to T121 or your Advisory teacher. (Gonzalez 10/20-10/24)

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26TH--is our last Drama Club meeting before the show. Bring your lunch and be there! (Deamer 10/21-10/26)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 10/24/16




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=NO SCHOOL T=A(T) W= B T=A(A/T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2016

TODAY’S AND SATURDAY’S GAMES--Football vs TL (Bell Game) @SR; JV 4:30, Varsity 7p (JV Early Release 3:15p), Girls Volleyball vs Redwood @Redwood, JV 4:30p; V 6p (JV Early Release 3:15p) and Boys Varsity Waterpolo @Berkeley HS, 2 pm (Early Release 12:15p). Saturday-Cross Country @Ukiah Invitational. (Galli 10/21)

COLLEGE VISITS--Otis College of Art and Design Friday October 21st @ lunch 11:30-12:10 in the CCC.

ULTIMATE FRISBEE TEAM—Will be meeting today for an hour directly after school on the football field. No experience is necessary. (10/21)

GIRLS WRESTLING—Are you looking to try something new? If so, come to our meeting today at lunch in AD301 (Ms. Fortune’s room). (Fortune 10/20-10/21)

FRESHMAN CLASS—Come to our class meeting on Friday, October 21st during lunch in SC104. We will be talking about Homecoming floats. Bring a friend and hope to see you there. (Pikkarainen 10/20-10/21)

NATIONAL TEEN DRIVER SAFETY WEEK--The San Rafael Police Department and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration would like to remind all teens that this week is National Teen Driver Safety Week. The safety tip of the day for all teen drivers is, absolutely no driving or riding without a seatbelt. Please be a responsible teen and drive safe! (Leon 10/21)

BLOOD DRIVE—will be held on Tuesday, October 25th from 8AM-3PM in Gym I. Permission slips are available from Ms. Gonzalez in T121 and must be turned in by Monday, October 24th to T121 or your Advisory teacher. (Gonzalez 10/20-10/24)

ATTENTION ALL DRAMA CLUB MEMBERS--there is a rehearsal for next week's Bulldog Theatre informal Cabaret this Saturday 12 to 2. See John Diaz or Ms. Deamer for information. More acts are welcome. (Deamer 10/20-10/21)

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26TH--is our last Drama Club meeting before the show. Bring your lunch and be there! (Deamer 10/21-10/26)

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. Be kind to your hardworking parents because this can equal food worth $50-$100 dollars a month. All SRHS students are welcome. (Bryant 10/20-10/21, 10/27-10/28, 11/3-11/4, 11/17-11/18)

WARM COAT DRIVE—Bring jackets of all sizes, kids to adults, to the Main Office or SC106. Drive will end on October 31st. (Pikkarainen 10/19-10/21)

SENIOR CLASS FUNDRAISER—come support the Senior class at the football tailgate before the varsity Bell Game from 5:30-6:30 on Friday, October 21st where the Tree Lot is, under the scoreboard. There will be pizza, music and fun. (Walters 10/19-10/21)

OUTDOOR ED—Pick up applications in the Main Office. They are due today in the Main Office. (Songer 10/14-10/21)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 10/21/16




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=NO SCHOOL T=A(T) W= B T=A(A/T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2016

TODAY’S GAMES--Girls Volleyball vs Justin Siena @SR, JV 4:30p; V 6p. (Galli 10/19)

TODAY’S GAMES--Frosh Football vs TL @SR; 6p, Girls Tennis vs Branson @SR; 3:30p (Senior Night) and Waterpolo vs Novato @SR; Girls V 5p; V 6p, Boys JV 7p. (Galli 10/20)

COME OUT AND SUPPORT THE DOGS FOR THE BELL GAME-- versus TL Freshman tonight. Varsity and JV on Friday night at historic Miller Field. (10/19

INTERESTED IN VOLUNTEERING AT A LOCAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL?--Come to sign up and for a 1 hour training this Thursday after school in SC106. (Kalish 10/20)

ATTENTION ALL DRAMA CLUB MEMBERS--there is a rehearsal for next week's Bulldog Theatre informal Cabaret this Saturday 12 to 2. See John Diaz or Ms. Deamer for information. More acts are welcome. (Deamer 10/20-10/21)

NATIONAL TEEN DRIVER SAFETY WEEK--The San Rafael Police Department and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration would like to remind all teens that this week is National Teen Driver Safety Week. The safety tip of the day for all teen drivers is, absolutely no alcohol. Please be a responsible teen and drive safe! (Leon 10/20)

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. Be kind to your hardworking parents because this can equal food worth $50-$100 dollars a month. All SRHS students are welcome. (Bryant 10/20-10/21, 10/27-10/28, 11/3-11/4, 11/17-11/18)

WARM COAT DRIVE—Bring jackets of all sizes, kids to adults, to the Main Office or SC106. Drive will end on October 31st. (Pikkarainen 10/19-10/21)

SENIOR CLASS FUNDRAISER—come support the Senior class at the football tailgate before the varsity Bell Game from 5:30-6:30 on Friday, October 21st where the Tree Lot is, under the scoreboard. There will be pizza, music and fun. (Walters 10/19-10/21)

OUTDOOR ED—Pick up applications in the Main Office. They are due by Friday, October 21st in the Main Office. (Songer 10/14-10/21)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 10/20/16




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=NO SCHOOL T=A(T) W= B T=A(A/T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2016

TODAY’S GAMES--Girls Tennis vs San Marin @San Marin; 3:30p (Early Release 2:30p). (Galli 10/18)

INTERACT CLUB— Interested in Volunteer opportunities? Come to the Interact Club today at lunch in S106. (Kalish 10/17-10/18, 10/24-10/25, 10/31-11/1)

STAND UP TO CANCER CLUB—is meeting at Lunch today in LA219. (Allan 10/12, 10/19, 10/26, 11/2)

COLLEGE VISITS--Claremont McKenna Wednesday October 19th @ lunch 11:30-12:10 in the CCC.

WARM COAT DRIVE—Bring jackets of all sizes, kids to adults, to the Main Office or SC106. Drive will end on October 31st. (Pikkarainen 10/19-10/21)

SENIOR CLASS FUNDRAISER—come support the Senior class at the football tailgate before the varsity Bell Game from 5:30-6:30 on Friday, October 21st where the Tree Lot is, under the scoreboard. There will be pizza, music and fun. (Walters 10/19-10/21)

NATIONAL TEEN DRIVER SAFETY WEEK--The San Rafael Police Department and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration would like to remind all teens that this week is National Teen Driver Safety Week. The safety tip of the day for all teen drivers is, absolutely no speeding. Please be a responsible teen and drive safe! (Leon 10/19)

WANT A UNIQUE EXPERIENCE IN NATURE?—Become an Audubon Youth Leader and gain leadership, confidence skills and money!! Applications will be in the CCC. Contact Ms. Nunez in the CCC (Tuesdays) for details. Application deadline is Tuesday, October 25th. (Nunez 10/14-10/19)

OUTDOOR ED—Pick up applications in the Main Office. They are due by Friday, October 21st in the Main Office. (Songer 10/14-10/21)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 10/19/16




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=NO SCHOOL T=A(T) W= B T=A(A/T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2016

COLLEGE VISITS--University of Maryland Tuesday October 18th AFTER SCHOOL 2:40-3:10.

ECO-ACTION CLUB--meeting today at lunch in S106. Come help change the world, one action at a time. (Kalish 10/18, 10/24-10/25 10/31-11/1) Run Mondays and Tuesdays

MUJERS CON PODER—meeting today in the Bulldog Theater after school. (Heredia 10/18, 10/24-10/25, 10/31-11/1, 11/7-11/8)

GSA-THE GENDER AND SEXUALITY ALLIANCE--Come to our meeting today in SC102 at Lunch. (Sloneker 10/18, 10/25, 11/1, 11/)

NATIONAL TEEN DRIVER SAFETY WEEK--The San Rafael Police Department and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration would like to remind all teens that this week is National Teen Driver Safety Week. The safety tip of the day for all teen drivers is, absolutely no texting or talking on your cell phones while driving. Please be a responsible teen and drive safe! (Leon 10/18)

INTERACT CLUB— Interested in Volunteer opportunities? Come to the Interact Club Wednesday at lunch in S106. (Kalish 10/17-10/18, 10/24-10/25, 10/31-11/1)

WANT A UNIQUE EXPERIENCE IN NATURE?—Become an Audubon Youth Leader and gain leadership, confidence skills and money!! Applications will be in the CCC. Contact Ms. Nunez in the CCC (Tuesdays) for details. Application deadline is Tuesday, October 25th. (Nunez 10/14-10/19)

OUTDOOR ED—Pick up applications in the Main Office. They are due by Friday, October 21st in the Main Office. (Songer 10/14-10/21)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 10/18/16




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T=A(T) W= B T=A(A/T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2016

NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS ON MONDAY

TODAY’S AND SATURDAY’S GAMES--Girls Volleyball vs Drake @Drake, JV 4:30p; V 6p. Saturday-Football vs Drake @Drake; JV 11a, V 1:30p and Girls Volleyball @American Canyon, 8:30a. (Galli 10/11)

COLLEGE VISITS--College of Marin ART Department Friday October 14th @ lunch 11:30-12:10 in the CCC.

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. Be kind to your hardworking parents because this can equal food worth $50-$100 dollars a month. All SRHS students are welcome. (Bryant 10/14)

RESTORATION DAY IS THIS SATURDAY OCTOBER 15 in Oakwood Valley. Transportation provided from SRHS. Meet in the front at 9:10 and return by 1:30. Sign up in SC106. (Kalish 10/12-10/14)

WANT A UNIQUE EXPERIENCE IN NATURE?—Become an Audubon Youth Leader and gain leadership,confidence skills and money!! Applications will be in the CCC. Contact Ms. Nunez in the CCC (Tuesdays) for details. Application deadline is Tuesday, October 25th. (Nunez 10/14-10/19)

SENIOR SHIRTS—are finally on sale. Go to the Senior Facebook page @ SRHS Seniors 2017 or check the posters around school for the link! Shirts will only be on sale until today, so hurry up and buy them. (Allen 10/11-10/14)

OUTDOOR ED—Pick up applications in the Main Office. They are due by Friday, October 21st in the Main Office. (Songer 10/14-10/21)

THANK YOU FOR ALL THE ARTISTS WHO SUBMITTED AN ART POSTER CONTEST ENTRY FOR "SHE KILLS MONSTERS"-- The art work accumulated is amazing and will be displaying during the Play in November. With many weeks of review from the Drama and Art committee, we would like to congratulate the winner Gemma Longinotti. Gemma’s art work will be created into Posters around the school and receiving tickets as well as a cash prize. Stay tuned for other art contests coming up! (Yi 10/12-10/13)

SENIORS, WANT TO APPLY FOR THE HOMECOMING COURT?--Hooray for Homecoming! Seniors may pick up a Homecoming Court application from Ms. Walters in the PE complex. Applications are due today to the ASB Mailbox. (Walters 10/10-10/14)

COMMUNITY SERVICE OPPORTUNITY!--Vallecito Elementary School in Terra Linda needs 34 high school students to volunteer at their annual Fall Festival on Saturday, October 29th. Volunteers must be available from 4:30-8:00pm and will be fed dinner from Green Chile Kitchen. Spend a festive evening with Vallecito students while earning five community service hours! Please go to the CCC or see Ms. Truett in AD300 for more information. (Truett 10/7-10/14)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 10/14/16




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T=A(T) W= B T=A(A/T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2016

TODAY’S GAMES--Frosh Football vs College Park @SR; 6p, Girls Tennis vs Novato @SR; 3:30p and

Boys & Girls Waterpolo vs Cardinal Newman @SR; Girls V 5p; JV 6p, Boys V 7p. (Galli 10/13)

SENIORS—class meeting today at Lunch in LA219. Be there or be square. (Allen 10/11-10/13)

MOUNTAIN BIKE TEAM—Anyone interested in joining the SR Mountain Biking Team, come to LA201 during lunch today to learn more about the sport and to ask coaches and retuning riders any questions. Hope to see you all there! (Arndt 10/13)

COLLEGE VISITS--College of Marin Thursday October 13th @ lunch 12:20-1:00 in the CCC.

RESTORATION DAY IS THIS SATURDAY OCTOBER 15 in Oakwood Valley. Transportation provided from SRHS. Meet in the front at 9:10 and return by 1:30. Sign up in SC106. (Kalish 10/12-10/14)

SENIOR SHIRTS—are finally on sale. Go to the Senior Facebook page @ SRHS Seniors 2017 or check the posters around school for the link! Shirts will only be on sale until October 14th, so hurry up and buy them. (Allen 10/11-10/14)

THANK YOU FOR ALL THE ARTISTS WHO SUBMITTED AN ART POSTER CONTEST ENTRY FOR "SHE KILLS MONSTERS"-- The art work accumulated is amazing and will be displaying during the Play in November. With many weeks of review from the Drama and Art committee, we would like to congratulate the winner Gemma Longinotti. Gemma’s art work will be created into Posters around the school and receiving tickets as well as a cash prize. Stay tuned for other art contests coming up! (Yi 10/12-10/13)

CONGRATULATIONS TO THOSE STUDENTS SELECTED AS ‘STUDENT OF THE MONTH’

9th grade: Cecilia Alvarado, Brandon Bacon, Yesica Matul

10th grade: Nikoya Forbes, Lulu Gebbie, Edelin Reyes

11th grade: Joshua Garcia, Christine Palmer, Blanca Ramos

12th grade: Colleen Conradi, John Diaz, Waldo Diaz, Claire Russell (Brett 10/12-10/13)

SENIORS, WANT TO APPLY FOR THE HOMECOMING COURT?--Hooray for Homecoming! Seniors may pick up a Homecoming Court application from Ms. Walters in the PE complex. Applications are due on Friday, October 14th to the ASB Mailbox. (Walters 10/10-10/14)

SENIORS--Yearbook needs your baby pictures. Please bring in a baby picture with your name on the back to Mr. Allan in Room LA311 or in the main office. Deadline is Nov. 1st!!! (Rodriguez 10/10-11/1)

COMMUNITY SERVICE OPPORTUNITY!--Vallecito Elementary School in Terra Linda needs 34 high school students to volunteer at their annual Fall Festival on Saturday, October 29th. Volunteers must be available from 4:30-8:00pm and will be fed dinner from Green Chile Kitchen. Spend a festive evening with Vallecito students while earning five community service hours! Please go to the CCC or see Ms. Truett in AD300 for more information. (Truett 10/7-10/14)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 10/13/16




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T=A(T) W= B T=A(A/T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2016

TODAY’S GAMES--No games today. (Galli 10/12)

COLLEGE VISITS--Saint Mary’s College of California Wednesday October 12th @ lunch 11:30-12:10 in the CCC.

SENIORS—class meeting on Thursday, October 13th at Lunch in LA219. Be there or be square. (Allen 10/11-10/13)

ATTENTION ANYONE INTERESTED IN BASEBALL--We will be holding "open fields" starting Wednesday, October 12th right after school on Wednesdays and Fridays. Please bring your baseball equipment and join us for the fun. (Detwiler 10/11-10/12)

RESTORATION DAY IS THIS SATURDAY OCTOBER 15 in Oakwood Valley. Transportation provided from SRHS. Meet in the front at 9:10 and return by 1:30. Sign up in SC106. (Kalish 10/12-10/14)

SENIOR SHIRTS—are finally on sale. Go to the Senior Facebook page @ SRHS Seniors 2017 or check the posters around school for the link! Shirts will only be on sale until October 14th, so hurry up and buy them. (Allen 10/11-10/14)

THANK YOU FOR ALL THE ARTISTS WHO SUBMITTED AN ART POSTER CONTEST ENTRY FOR "SHE KILLS MONSTERS-- The art work accumulated is amazing and will be displaying during the Play in November. With many weeks of review from the Drama and Art committee, we would like to congratulate the winner Gemma Longinotti. Gemma’s art work will be created into Posters around the school and receiving tickets as well as a cash prize. Stay tuned for other art contests coming up! Yi 10/12-10/13)

KAISER HEALTH FORUM APPLICATIONS—are due this Friday, October 14th! Applications are in the CCC and completed applications should also be turned into the CCC internship boxes. Space is very limited. (Nunez 10/12-10/13)

CONGRATULATIONS TO THOSE STUDENTS SELECTED AS ‘STUDENT OF THE MONTH’

9th grade: Cecilia Alvarado, Brandon Bacon, Yesica Matul

10th grade: Nikoya Forbes, Lulu Gebbie, Edelin Reyes

11th grade: Joshua Garcia, Christine Palmer, Blanca Ramos

12th grade: Colleen Conradi, John Diaz, Waldo Diaz, Claire Russell (Brett 10/12-10/13)

SENIORS, WANT TO APPLY FOR THE HOMECOMING COURT?--Hooray for Homecoming! Seniors may pick up a Homecoming Court application from Ms. Walters in the PE complex. Applications are due on Friday, October 14th to the ASB Mailbox. (Walters 10/10-10/14)

SENIORS--Yearbook needs your baby pictures. Please bring in a baby picture with your name on the back to Mr. Allan in Room LA311 or in the main office. Deadline is Nov. 1st!!! (Rodriguez 10/10-11/1)

INTERSTED IN THE HEALTHCARE FIELD?—Pick up an application for the 2016 Youth Health Forum at Kaiser. Applications are due on Friday, October 14th. Space is limited. Applications are at the CCC under internship opportunities. (Nunez 10/11-10/14)

BONJOUR, FRENCH STUDENTS!--Next Wed, Oct 12, bring your lunch promptly (+ $1 if you'd like a Perrier or Orangina) to Admin 315. We'll do our first service project: planting a succulent garden between Admin and LA buildings to beautiful SRH. Join us!!! (Likover 10/10-10/12)

COMMUNITY SERVICE OPPORTUNITY!--Vallecito Elementary School in Terra Linda needs 34 high school students to volunteer at their annual Fall Festival on Saturday, October 29th. Volunteers must be available from 4:30-8:00pm and will be fed dinner from Green Chile Kitchen. Spend a festive evening with Vallecito students while earning five community service hours! Please go to the CCC or see Ms. Truett in AD300 for more information. (Truett 10/7-10/14

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 10/12/16




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T=A(T) W= B T=A(A/T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2016

TODAY’S GAMES--Girls Volleyball vs Novato @SR, JV 4:30p; V 6p. (Galli 10/11)

ECO-ACTION CLUB--meeting today at lunch in S106. Come help change the world, one action at a time. (Kalish 10/10-10/11, 10/18, 10/24-10/25 10/31-11/1)

COLLEGE VISITS--SRJC, Santa Rosa Junior College Tuesday October 11th @ lunch 12:20-1:00 in the CCC.

GSA-THE GENDER AND SEXUALITY ALLIANCE--Come to our meeting today in SC102 at Lunch. (Sloneker 10/11)

INTERACT CLUB— Interested in Volunteer opportunities? Come to the Interact Club Wednesday at lunch in S106. (Kalish 10/10-10/11, 10/17-10/18, 10/24-10/25, 10/31-11/1)

SENIORS—class meeting on Thursday, October 13th at Lunch in LA219. Be there or be square. (Allen 10/11-10/13)

SENIOR SHIRTS—are finally on sale. Go to the Senior Facebook page @ SRHS Seniors 2017 or check the posters around school for the link! Shirts will only be on sale until October 14th, so hurry up and buy them. (Allen 10/11-10/14)

SENIORS, WANT TO APPLY FOR THE HOMECOMING COURT?--Hooray for Homecoming! Seniors may pick up a Homecoming Court application from Ms. Walters in the PE complex. Applications are due on Friday, October 14th to the ASB Mailbox. (Walters 10/10-10/14)

SENIORS--Yearbook needs your baby pictures. Please bring in a baby picture with your name on the back to Mr. Allan in Room LA311 or in the main office. Deadline is Nov. 1st!!! (Rodriguez 10/10-11/1)

INTERSTED IN THE HEALTHCARE FIELD?—Pick up an application for the 2016 Youth Health Forum at Kaiser. Applications are due on Friday, October 14th. Space is limited. Applications are at the CCC under internship opportunities. (Nunez 10/11-10/14)

BONJOUR, FRENCH STUDENTS!--Next Wed, Oct 12, bring your lunch promptly (+ $1 if you'd like a Perrier or Orangina) to Admin 315. We'll do our first service project: planting a succulent garden between Admin and LA buildings to beautiful SRH. Join us!!! (Likover 10/10-10/12)

COMMUNITY SERVICE OPPORTUNITY!--Vallecito Elementary School in Terra Linda needs 34 high school students to volunteer at their annual Fall Festival on Saturday, October 29th. Volunteers must be available from 4:30-8:00pm and will be fed dinner from Green Chile Kitchen. Spend a festive evening with Vallecito students while earning five community service hours! Please go to the CCC or see Ms. Truett in AD300 for more information. (Truett 10/7-10/14)

INTERESTED IN GOING TO ECUADOR DURING THE FEB BREAK?--Want to learn about scholarships and fundraising? Come Tuesday, October 11th at lunch to S106 (Kalish’s room). (Kalish 10/7-10/11)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 10/11/16




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T=A(T) W= B T=A(A/T) F=B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2016

ECO-ACTION CLUB--meeting Tuesdays at lunch in S106. Come help change the world, one action at a time. (Kalish 10/10-10/11, 10/18, 10/24-10/25 10/31-11/1)

COLLEGE VISITS--UC San Diego Monday October 10th @ lunch 11:30-12:10 in the CCC.

BONJOUR, FRENCH STUDENTS!--Next Wed, Oct 12, bring your lunch promptly (+ $1 if you'd like a Perrier or Orangina) to Admin 315. We'll do our first service project: planting a succulent garden between Admin and LA buildings to beautiful SRH. Join us!!! (Likover 10/10-10/12)

COMMUNITY SERVICE OPPORTUNITY!--Vallecito Elementary School in Terra Linda needs 34 high school students to volunteer at their annual Fall Festival on Saturday, October 29th. Volunteers must be available from 4:30-8:00pm and will be fed dinner from Green Chile Kitchen. Spend a festive evening with Vallecito students while earning five community service hours! Please go to the CCC or see Ms. Truett in AD300 for more information. (Truett 10/7-10/14)

INTERESTED IN GOING TO ECUADOR DURING THE FEB BREAK?--Want to learn about scholarships and fundraising? Come Tuesday, October 11th at lunch to S106 (Kalish’s room). (Kalish 10/7-10/11)

APPLICATIONS – for Outdoor Education Counselors are now available in the main office. Sophomores, juniors, and seniors may apply. Please make sure you mark the specific week you want if you have preference. The 5th graders in our district need your help. The program lasts for four days. Completed applications should be turned in to the main office. Thank you. (Songer 10/4-10/9)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 10/10/16




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(t) T=B W= A(a/t) T=B F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 2016

TODAY’S GAMES--Girls Tennis vs Justin @Justin Siena; 3:30p (Early Release 1:45 p) and

Boys & Girls Waterpolo vs Marin Academy @SR; Boys V 5p; JV 6p, Girls V 7p. (Galli 10/6)

COLLEGE VISIT--SFAI San Francisco Art Institute today @ lunch 11:30-12:10 in the CCC. (Fernandez 10/7)

KIND CLUB—Come to our 1st Kind Club meeting today in SC104. Come see what our club is all about. There will be snacks. We hope to see you there. (Pikkarainen 10/5-10/6)

AVID FARMER’S MARKET—opens today after school. Every student at SRHS is welcome to participate. It’ is free! Students who want to choose what goes in their bags can go to the tables in front of the Cafeteria. Students who are in a hurry can just grab a bag on their way out at the tables on the Mission Street side of the school. (Bryant 10/6-10/7)

INTERNSHIPS—Ms. Nunez is the internship liason for San Rafael City Schools. Want an intership? Come see her on Tuesdays in the CCC. Internships are great for jobs, college apps and more! (Nunez 10/6-10/7)

CSF MEMBERS- this weekend is "Dawg Pride Day" if this was the community service you intended to complete, make sure you swing by Mrs. Ayoob's room and get your Community Service form so it can be signed! (Ayoob 10/4-10/7)

COME SHOW YOUR PRIDE AT DAWG PRIDE THIS SATURDAY--Community service hours given. Two shifts 9 – 12 and 1- 4, or come for both! (Kalish 10/4-10/7)

COMMUNITY SERVICE OPPORTUNITY!--Vallecito Elementary School in Terra Linda needs 34 high school students to volunteer at their annual Fall Festival on Saturday, October 29th. Volunteers must be available from 4:30-8:00pm and will be fed dinner from Green Chile Kitchen. Spend a festive evening with Vallecito students while earning five community service hours! Please go to the CCC or see Ms. Truett in AD300 for more information. (Truett 10/7-10/14)

INTERESTED IN GOING TO ECUADOR DURING THE FEB BREAK?--Want to learn about scholarships and fundraising? Come Tuesday, October 11th at lunch to S106 (Kalish’s room). (Kalish 10/7-10/11)

APPLICATIONS – for Outdoor Education Counselors are now available in the main office. Sophomores, juniors, and seniors may apply. Please make sure you mark the specific week you want if you have preference. The 5th graders in our district need your help. The program lasts for four days. Completed applications should be turned in to the main office. Thank you. (Songer 10/4-10/9)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 10/7/16




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(t) T=B W= A(a/t) T=B F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2016

TODAY’S GAMES--Girls Tennis vs Justin @Justin Siena; 3:30p (Early Release 1:45 p) and

Boys & Girls Waterpolo vs Marin Academy @SR; Boys V 5p; JV 6p, Girls V 7p. (Galli 10/6)

KIND CLUB—Come to our 1st Kind Club meeting today in SC104. Come see what our club is all about. There will be snacks. We hope to see you there. (Pikkarainen 10/5-10/6)

SENIORS -- Are you still wondering what colleges are the best fit for you? Do you want to learn more about UCs, CSUs, Private Schools and Community College systems? Bring a parent and come to College Night for Seniors this Thursday at 6pm in the Auditorium. Counselors and college and career center staff will be presenting along with our community partners. (Feldstein 10/3-10/5)

INTERNSHIPS—Ms. Nunez is the internship liason for San Rafael City Schools. Want an intership? Come see her on Tuesdays in the CCC. Internships are great for jobs, college apps and more! (Nunez 10/6-10/7)

CSF MEMBERS- this weekend is "Dawg Pride Day" if this was the community service you intended to complete, make sure you swing by Mrs. Ayoob's room and get your Community Service form so it can be signed! (Ayoob 10/4-10/7)

COME SHOW YOUR PRIDE AT DAWG PRIDE THIS SATURDAY--Community service hours given. Two shifts 9 – 12 and 1- 4, or come for both! (Kalish 10/4-10/7)

FINANCIAL AID NIGHT has been moved to Monday, October 10th at 6pm. Seniors and parents are invited to attend this informational event hosted by 10,000 Degrees to learn all about the financial aid process, what you need to file for financial aid, and how to access free money for college. The event will be presented in English in the library and in Spanish in the auditorium. (Feldstein 10/3-10/5)

APPLICATIONS – for Outdoor Education Counselors are now available in the main office. Sophomores, juniors, and seniors may apply. Please make sure you mark the specific week you want if you have preference. The 5th graders in our district need your help. The program lasts for four days. Completed applications should be turned in to the main office. Thank you. (Songer 10/4-10/9)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 10/6/16




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(t) T=B W= A(a/t) T=B F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 2016

TODAY’S GAMES--Girls Volleyball vs TL @SR, JV 4:30p; V 6p, Boys & Girls Waterpolo vs Tam @Tam; Boys V 5p; JV 6p, Girls V 7p and Cross Country vs Justin Siena, MC & Branson @Bon Tempe Dam; 4:15p. (Galli 10/5)

INTERACT CLUB— Interested in Volunteer opportunities? Come to the Interact Club today at lunch in S106. (Kalish 10/4-10/5)

STAND UP TO CANCER CLUB—is meeting at Lunch today in LA219. (Allan 10/5, 10/12, 10/19, 10/26)

FRENCH CLUB – "Com mune-oh-tay" meeting this today during lunch in AD315. Meet the new Co-Presidents Luz and Doris. Bring your own lunch and let’s plan our garden. Madame Likover will provide Perrier and Orangina for $1.

COLLEGE VISITS-Today @ lunch 12:20-1:00 in the CCC Whittier College. (Fernandez 10/5)

KIND CLUB—Come to our 1st Kind Club meeting this Thursday, October 6th. We will be meeting in SC104. Come see what our club is all about. There will be snacks. We hope to see you there. (Pikkarainen 10/5-10/6)

CSF MEMBERS- this weekend is "Dawg Pride Day" if this was the community service you intended to complete, make sure you swing by Mrs. Ayoob's room and get your Community Service form so it can be signed! (Ayoob 10/4-10/7)

COME SHOW YOUR PRIDE AT DAWG PRIDE THIS SATURDAY--Community service hours given. Two shifts 9 – 12 and 1- 4, or come for both! (Kalish 10/4-10/7)

SENIORS -- Are you still wondering what colleges are the best fit for you? Do you want to learn more about UCs, CSUs, Private Schools and Community College systems? Bring a parent and come to College Night for Seniors this Thursday at 6pm in the Auditorium. Counselors and college and career center staff will be presenting along with our community partners. (Feldstein 10/3-10/5)

FINANCIAL AID NIGHT has been moved to Monday, October 10th at 6pm. Seniors and parents are invited to attend this informational event hosted by 10,000 Degrees to learn all about the financial aid process, what you need to file for financial aid, and how to access free money for college. The event will be presented in English in the library and in Spanish in the auditorium. (Feldstein 10/3-10/5)

APPLICATIONS – for Outdoor Education Counselors are now available in the main office. Sophomores, juniors, and seniors may apply. Please make sure you mark the specific week you want if you have preference. The 5th graders in our district need your help. The program lasts for four days. Completed applications should be turned in to the main office. Thank you. (Songer 10/4-10/9

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 10/5/16




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(t) T=B W= A(a/t) T=B F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2016

TODAY’S GAMES – Girls Tennis vs Tam @ SR; 3:30p (early release 2:30p)

ECO-ACTION CLUB--meeting today at lunch in S106. Come help change the world, one action at a time. (Kalish 10/3-10/4)

GSA-THE GENDER AND SEXUALITY ALLIANCE--Come to our meeting today in SC102 at Lunch. (Sloneker, 10/4)

COLLEGE VISIT – Pace University (New York) will be in the CCC @ lunch . MUJERES CON PODER – Women’s Empowerment meeting today after school in the Bulldog Theater! Everyone is welcome! (Heredia 10/4)

GIRLS SOCCER MEETING - All students interested in playing Girls soccer this season, please come to an informational meeting today at 4pm in Ms. Caiocca’s classroom GP104. Fitness to follow at 6 pm if you are interested. (Caiocca 9/28-10/4)

INTERACT CLUB— Interested in Volunteer opportunities? Come to the Interact Club Wednesday at lunch in S106. (Kalish 10/4-10/5)

FRENCH CLUB – "Com mune-oh-tay" meeting this Wednesday, October 5th during lunch in AD315. Meet the new Co-Presidents Luz and Doris. Bring your own lunch and let’s plan our garden. Madame Likover will provide Perrier and Orangina for $1.

COME SHOW YOUR PRIDE AT DAWG PRIDE THIS SATURDAY--Community service hours given. Two shifts 9 – 12 and 1- 4, or come for both! (Kalish 10/4-10/7)

ALL BOYS AND GIRLS INTERESTED IN SOCCER – Come to the SR Soccer field the first A day of the week from 2:45 to 4p. All skill levels welcome. Open field will also be held Thursdays from 7:30 to 9p under the lights on the Football field. (Caiocca 9/28-10/4)

BUS STICKERS ARE HERE! – Students who need a bus sticker for their ID can pick one up from Ms. Look in the main office during Brunch and Lunch only. (Look 10/3-10/4)

SENIORS -- Are you still wondering what colleges are the best fit for you? Do you want to learn more about UCs, CSUs, Private Schools and Community College systems? Bring a parent and come to College Night for Seniors this Thursday at 6pm in the Auditorium. Counselors and college and career center staff will be presenting along with our community partners. (Feldstein 10/3-10/5)

FINANCIAL AID NIGHT has been moved to Monday, October 10th at 6pm. Seniors and parents are invited to attend this informational event hosted by 10,000 Degrees to learn all about the financial aid process, what you need to file for financial aid, and how to access free money for college. The event will be presented in English in the library and in Spanish in the auditorium. (Feldstein 10/3-10/5)

APPLICATIONS – for Outdoor Education Counselors are now available in the main office. Sophomores, juniors, and seniors may apply. Please make sure you mark the specific week you want if you have preference.

The 5th graders in our district need your help. The program lasts for four days. Completed applications should be turned in to the main office. Thank you. (Songer 10/4-10/9)

PENNIES FOR PEACE – In total the whole school has raised $733.69. Keep up the donations! The class in first place is Ms. Kuehle with $113.06. In second is Mr. Casper with $112.99. And in 3rd place is Ms. Yi with $80.02. Keep donating! (Gonzales 10/3-10/4)

CONGRATULATIONS to junior Munir Kabbara who placed second at the 5,000 meters cross country invitational at Stanford this past weekend in a field of 225 runners. Way to go Munir! (Galli 10/4

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 10/4/16




Audience: Daily News

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK:  M=A(t)  T=B  W= A(a/t)  T=B    F=A

 

ECO-ACTION CLUB--meeting Tuesdays at lunch in S106.  Come help change the world, one action at a time.  (Kalish 10/3-10/4) 

 

GIRLS SOCCER MEETING - All students interested in playing Girls soccer this season, please come to an informational meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 4th at 4pm in Ms. Caiocca’s classroom GP104. Fitness to follow at 6 pm if you are interested. (Caiocca 9/28-10/4)

 

ALL BOYS AND GIRLS INTERESTED IN SOCCER – Come to the SR Soccer field the first A day of the week from 2:45 to 4p. All skill levels welcome. Open field will also be held Thursday, Sept. 29th from 7:30 to 9p under the lights on the Football field. (Caiocca 9/28-10/4)

 

BUS STICKERS ARE HERE! – Students who need a bus sticker for their ID can pick one up from Ms. Look in the main office during Brunch and Lunch only. (Look 10/3-10/4)

 

SENIORS -- Are you still wondering what colleges are the best fit for you? Do you want to learn more about UCs, CSUs, Private Schools and Community College systems? Bring a parent and come to College Night for Seniors this Thursday at 6pm in the Auditorium. Counselors and college and career center staff will be presenting along with our community partners. (Feldstein 10/3-10/5)

 

Also, Financial Aid Night has been moved to Monday, October 10th at 6pm. Seniors and parents are invited to attend this informational event hosted by 10,000 Degrees to learn all about the financial aid process, what you need to file for financial aid, and how to access free money for college. The event will be presented in English in the library and in Spanish in the auditorium. (Feldstein 10/3-10/5)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 9/30/16




Audience: Daily News

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(T)     T=B     W= A(A/T)     T=B      F=A

 

HEY SENIORS—Senior class meeting this Thursday, September 22nd in LA219 at Lunch to talk about fundraising and homecoming floats.  (Walters 9/21-9/22)

 

DRAMA CLUB--meeting is today during lunch in AR205. We meet every A day Wednesday. Officers will be elected.  Come join us!  (9/14-9/21)

 

STAND UP TO CANCER CLUB—is meeting at Lunch today in LA219.  (Allan 9/21)

 

SOPHOMORE CLASS MEETING—will be held on Friday, September 23st in LA217. Come to our second class meeting to discuss homecoming and new fundraisers! (Winton 9/15-9/23)

 

RESTORATION DAY TO MUIR BEACH—will be held this Saturday, September 24th.  Sign up with Ms. Kalish in S106, or come by for more information.  (Kalish 9/20-9/24)

 

MAKE UP PICTURES--Make up Picture Day will be held on Friday Sept. 23rd and Thursday Sept. 29th.  Students that did not take their pictures at orientation will be receiving a pass the day before to take their pictures.  If you want to RETAKE your picture, please return your packet and sign up in the Principal’s Office with Ms. Rodriguez.  (Rodriguez 9/16-9/23)

 

SUMMERFEST—Student volunteers are needed for Summerfest on Saturday, September 24th.  Community service hours are available.  Sign-up sheet is in the Principal’s office.  (Heads Up 9/13-9/23)

 

FRIENDLY REMINDER – CSF applications are due by Friday, September 23rd to Mrs. Ayoob—no exceptions! (Ayoob 9/20-9/23)

 

AVID FARMERS MARKET – opens on October 7th.  If food is needed before then for any student for any reason, please see Ms. Bryant in AD307.  (Bryant 9/20-9/21)

 

FALL PLAY – “She kills Monster” Poster Contest is due by Friday September 30th to Mrs. Yi in AR207. All submissions welcomed! (Yi 9/20-9/23)

 

LAST CALL – to pick up work for any Art students that had their work at the Marin County Fair over the summer. Last call, to pick up work! (Yi 9/20-9/23)

 

PENNIES FOR PEACE—Please donate money in Advisory into the green can labeled Pennies for Peace.    The Advisory with the most money raised will get a free brunch.  PAL will come to every Adcvisory every week to collect the money.  (Gonzalez 9/21-9/22)

 

CONGRATULATIONS – to the SRHS Boy’s Waterpolo team who swept MC 18-7.  Keep up the good work Dawgs!

 

OUR LADY DAWGS Volleyball squad smacked Tam yesterday 3-0! Way to go ladies!

 

The Maryland Institute of Art (MICA) will be in the CCC today at lunch.  Don’t miss out!

 

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 9/21/16




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(T) T=B W= A(A/T) T=B F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2016

ECO-ACTION CLUB--meeting Tuesdays at lunch in S106. Come help change the world, one action at a time. (Kalish 9/19-9/20, 9/26-9/27)

GIRLS BASKETBALL OPEN GYM & CONDITIONING--begins today after school in Gym 2. All girls basketball players wishing to tryout in November and not playing a fall sport are expected to attend. We begin at 3 pm on Monday. See Coach Healy with questions. (Healy 9/15-9/19)

SOPHOMORE CLASS MEETING—Has been rescheduled to Friday, September 21st in LA217. (Winton 9/15-9/21)

DRAMA CLUB--meeting is Wednesday, September 21st during lunch in AR205. We meet every A day Wednesday. Officers will be elected. Come join us! (9/14-9/21)

PENNIES FOR PEACE—Please donate money to help remove land mines in the Middle East so that kids don’t need to worry about stepping on one. The Advisory with the most money raised will get a free brunch. (Gonzalez 9/19-9/20)

MAKE UP PICTURES--Make up Picture Day will be held on Friday Sept. 23rd and Thursday Sept. 29th. Students that did not take their pictures at orientation will be receiving a pass the day before to take their pictures. If you want to RETAKE your picture, please return your packet and sign up in the Principal’s Office with Ms. Rodriguez. (Rodriguez 9/16-9/23)

SUMMERFEST—Student volunteers are needed for Summerfest on Saturday, September 24th. Community service hours are available. Sign-up sheet is in the Principal’s office. (Heads Up 9/13-9/23

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 9/19/16




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T=A(T) W=B T= A(A/T) F=MIN. B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2016

TODAY’S AND SATURDAY’S GAMES--Girls Volleyball vs Justin Siena @Justin Siena; JV 4:30p, V 6p (JV Early Release 2:30p) and Football vs. Richmon @ SR, JV 4:30, V 7:00. Saturday, 9/17—F football @Antioch at 2PM and JV Girls Volleyball Tourney @SR; 8:30 am. (Galli 9/16)

BOTH THE GIRLS AND BOYS CROSS COUNTRY TEAMS--had their first MCAL meet against San Marin and Tamalpais on Wednesday and both teams posted a win against San Marin. Congratulations to cross country on a great first league meet. (Galli 9/16)

DON’T MISS THE CAR SHOW THIS SATURDAY—at Napa Auto Parts/Jackson’s from 10-3 and students can vote for their favorite car! (Davis 9/12-9/16)

SOPHOMORE CLASS MEETING—Has been rescheduled to Friday, September 21st in LA217. (Winton 9/15-9/21)

DRAMA CLUB--meeting is Wednesday, September 21st during lunch in AR205. We meet every A day Wednesday. Officers will be elected. Come join us! (9/14-9/21)

GIRLS BASKETBALL OPEN GYM & CONDITIONING--begins Monday, September 19th after school in Gym 2. All girls basketball players wishing to tryout in November and not playing a fall sport are expected to attend. We begin at 3 pm on Monday. See Coach Healy with questions. (Healy 9/15-9/19)

MAKE UP PICTURES--Make up Picture Day will be held on Friday Sept. 23rd and Thursday Sept. 29th. Students that did not take their pictures at orientation will be receiving a pass the day before to take their pictures. If you want to RETAKE your picture, please return your packet and sign up in the Principal’s Office with Ms. Rodriguez. (Rodriguez 9/16-9/23)

SUMMERFEST—Student volunteers are needed for Summerfest on Saturday, September 24th. Community service hours are available. Sign-up sheet is in the Principal’s office. (Heads Up 9/13-9/23)

THE DRAMA DEPARTMENT--is looking for students interested in technology who want to learn how to work the lights and sound in our theatre. This training can lead to job opportunities. Please contact Ms. Deamer in the drama room, AR205, or our current experts, Javier Vicuna, or Amber Vo if interested. (Deamer 9/12-9/16)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 9/16/16




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T=A(T) W=B T= A(A/T) F=MIN. B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2016

HEY BULLDOGS!--It's time to get involved! Club Rush is coming today! Join us at lunch in the quad. (Walters 9/13-9/15)

VIVE LA FRANCE! [VEEVA LA FRAHNCE]--Love French food, fashion & film? Do you think the Louis Pasteur sculpture needs a clean-up? Want to speak French during lunch? Join Communauté (CO-MUUN-O-TAY at Club Rush today! Madame Likover is looking for a President, VP, Secretary & treasurer, so let her know of your interest. It’s a responsibility and honor. Merci beaucoup!(Likover 9/14-9/15)

SOPHOMORE CLASS MEETING—Had been rescheduled to Friday, September 21st in LA217 ( Winton 9/159/21)

DRAMA CLUB--meeting is Wednesday, September 21st during lunch in AR205. We meet every A day Wednesday. Officers will be elected. Come join us! (9/14-9/21)

GIRLS BASKETBALL OPEN GYM & CONDITIONING--begins Monday, September 19th after school in Gym 2. All girls basketball players wishing to tryout in November and not playing a fall sport are expected to attend. We begin at 3 pm on Monday. See Coach Healy with questions. (Healy 9/15-9/19)

PENNIES FOR PEACE—Please donate to Pennies for Peace as the money raised up will go to the Roots Program which facilitates the removal of land mines and uxo’s in numerous countries. You can donate in Advisory in the labeled cans. The Advisory that raises the most money gets a free brunch! PAL will collect the money every week for four weeks. (Gonzalez 9/14-9/15)

SUMMERFEST—Student volunteers are needed for Summerfest on Saturday, September 24th. Community service hours are available. Sign-up sheet is in the Principal’s office. (Heads Up 9/13-9/23)

THE DRAMA DEPARTMENT--is looking for students interested in technology who want to learn how to work the lights and sound in our theatre. This training can lead to job opportunities. Please contact Ms. Deamer in the drama room, AR205, or our current experts, Javier Vicuna, or Amber Vo if interested. (Deamer 9/12-9/16)

DON’T MISS THE CAR SHOW THIS SATURDAY—at Napa Auto Parts/Jackson’s from 10-3 and students can vote for their favorite car! (Davis 9/12-9/16)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 9/15/16




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T=A(T) W=B T= A(A/T) F=MIN. B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2016

INTERACT CLUB— Interested in Volunteer opportunities? Come to the Interact Club today at lunch in S106. (Kalish 9/13-9/14, 9/20-9/21, 9/27-9/28, 10/4-10/5)

ATTENTION FRESHMEN--Come to a class meeting today in Gym I during lunch. We will talk about fundraising. (Walters 9/13-9/14)

ORDER YOUR SAN RAFAEL HIGH CLASS RING--at school today during brunch and lunch in the cafeteria. Extra ring envelopes are in the Student Store. (Reid 9/8-9/14)

HEY BULLDOGS!--It's time to get involved! Club Rush is coming this Thursday, September 15th! Join us at lunch in the quad. (Walters 9/13-9/15)

SOPHOMORE CLASS MEETING—Calling all Sophomores to our second class meeting this Thursday, September 15 at lunch in LA217. We’ll see you there to discuss our upcoming fundraisers! ( Winton 9/13-9/15)

PENNIES FOR PEACE—Please donate to Pennies for Peace as the money raised up will go to the Roots Program which facilitates the removal of land mines and uxo’s in numerous countries. You can donate in Advisory in the labeled cans. The Advisory that raises the most money gets a free brunch! PAL will collect the money every week for four weeks. (Gonzalez 9/14-9/15)

SUMMERFEST—Student volunteers are needed for Summerfest on Saturday, September 24th. Community service hours are available. Sign-up sheet is in the Principal’s office. (Heads Up 9/13-9/23)

THE DRAMA DEPARTMENT--is looking for students interested in technology who want to learn how to work the lights and sound in our theatre. This training can lead to job opportunities. Please contact Ms. Deamer in the drama room, AR205, or our current experts, Javier Vicuna, or Amber Vo if interested. (Deamer 9/12-9/16)

DON’T MISS THE CAR SHOW THIS SATURDAY—at Napa Auto Parts/Jackson’s from 10-3 and students can vote for their favorite car! (Davis 9/12-9/16)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 9/14/16




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T=A(T) W=B T= A(A/T) F=MIN. B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 2016

TODAY’S GAMES--Girls Tennis vs Novato @Novato; 4p (Early Release 2:30p) and Boys & Girls Water polo vs Redwood @Redwood; Boys V 5p; JV 6p, Girls V 7p. (Galli 9/13)

ECO-ACTION CLUB--today at lunch in S106. Come help change the world, one action at a time. (Kalish 9/12-9/13, 9/19-9/20, 9/26-9/27)

ALL GIRLS INTERESTED IN TRYING OUT FOR BASKETBALL--must attend a mandatory meeting today at lunch in the main gym. Coach Healy will meet with you to discuss our fall conditioning program as well as tryouts that begin November 7th. See Coach Healy with questions. (Healy 9/12-9/13)

ECUADOR IS CALLING!!--Come learn more about this amazing opportunity to meet other youth, learn about environmental issues impacting the world and visit Cuenca, Ecuador, a world heritage city in the Andes. Meeting today at Lunch in SC106, all grades are welcome. (Kalish 9/8-9/13)

INTERACT CLUB— Interested in Volunteer opportunities? Come to the Interact Club Wednesday at lunch in S106. (Kalish 9/13-9/14, 9/20-9/21, 9/27-9/28, 10/4-10/5)

THE DRAMA DEPARTMENT--is looking for students interested in technology who want to learn how to work the lights and sound in our theatre. This training can lead to job opportunities. Please contact Ms. Deamer in the drama room, AR205, or our current experts, Javier Vicuna, or Amber Vo if interested. (Deamer 9/12-9/16)

DON’T MISS THE CAR SHOW THIS SATURDAY—at Napa Auto Parts/Jackson’s from 10-3 and students can vote for their favorite car! (Davis 9/12-9/16)

ORDER YOUR SAN RAFAEL HIGH CLASS RING--at school on Wednesday, September 14 during brunch and lunch in the cafeteria. Extra ring envelopes are in the Student Store. (Reid 9/8-9/14)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 9/13/16




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=B T=A(T) W=B T= A(A/T) F=MIN. B

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2016

ECO-ACTION CLUB--meeting Tuesdays at lunch in S106. Come help change the world, one action at a time. (Kalish 9/12-9/13, 9/19-9/20, 9/26-9/27)

DON’T MISS THE CAR SHOW THIS SATURDAY—at Napa Auto Parts/Jackson’s from 10-3 and students can vote for their favorite car! (Davis 9/12-9/16)

ALL GIRLS INTERESTED IN TRYING OUT FOR BASKETBALL--must attend a mandatory meeting on Tuesday, September 13th at lunch in the main gym. Coach Healy will meet with you to discuss our fall conditioning program as well as tryouts that begin November 7th. See Coach Healy with questions. (Healy 9/12-9/13)

SENIORS--If you need help getting started on your college application essays, come to the writing workshop on Tuesday, September 13th during Advisory in the CCC. Pick up a pass in advance from the CCC. (Leary 9/9-9/12)

ECUADOR IS CALLING!!--Come learn more about this amazing opportunity to meet other youth, learn about environmental issues impacting the world and visit Cuenca, Ecuador, a world heritage city in the Andes. Meeting Tuesday at Lunch in SC106, all grades are welcome. (Kalish 9/8-9/13)

ORDER YOUR SAN RAFAEL HIGH CLASS RING--at school on Wednesday, September 14 during brunch and lunch in the cafeteria. Extra ring envelopes are in the Student Store. (Reid 9/8-9/14)

GUATEMALA INDEPENDENCE DAY | CONSUL DE GUATEMALA--The consulate general of Guatemala will be hosting a ceremony in celebration of Independence Day of Guatemala on Saturday, September 10th from 10:30 am to 12 noon at the steps of San Rafael City Hall. Please share information on this cultural event with the children and the families in your school. (Administration 9/2-9/10

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 9/12/16




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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=HOLIDAY T=B W=A(T) T=B F=A(A/T)

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2016

TODAY’S GAMES--Football – Varsity @Healdsburg, 7:30p and Girls Volleyball vs Novato @Novato, JV 4:30p, V 6p. (Galli 9/9)

SENIORS--If you need help getting started on your college application essays, come to the writing workshop on Tuesday, September 13th during Advisory in the CCC. Pick up a pass in advance from the CCC. (Leary 9/9-9/12)

STUDENT IDS--will be passed out in your advisory class. If you did not take pictures at orientation, you will not get an ID card yet. There are make-up pictures scheduled for Thursday, September 29th and you will be receiving a pass to take you picture. If there is an error on your ID card, please see Ms. Rodriguez in the Principal’s Office during brunch or lunch or before or after school. Not during class time. (Rodriguez 9/8-9/9)

THERE WILL BE A MOCK TRIAL MEETING--today at lunch in Mr. Baker’s room, GP101. The case synopsis has been released and will be handed out. Details on the schedule and more information. Bring your lunch. (Baker 9/8-9/9)

BUS STICKIES—have not yet arrived. We will keep you posted. (Look 9/7-9/9)

ALL GIRLS INTERESTED IN TRYING OUT FOR BASKETBALL--must attend a mandatory meeting on Tuesday, September 13th at lunch in the main gym. Coach Healy will meet with you to discuss our fall conditioning program as well as tryouts that begin on November 7th. See Coach Healy with questions. (Healy 9/7-9/9)

ECUADOR IS CALLING!!--Come learn more about this amazing opportunity to meet other youth, learn about environmental issues impacting the world and visit Cuenca, Ecuador, a world heritage city in the Andes. Meeting Tuesday at Lunch in SC106, all grades are welcome. (Kalish 9/8-9/13)

ORDER YOUR SAN RAFAEL HIGH CLASS RING--at school on Wednesday, September 14 during brunch and lunch in the cafeteria. Extra ring envelopes are in the Student Store. (Reid 9/8-9/14)

VOLUNTEER AT GLENWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL--Do you like working with kids? Are you interested in teaching? If you have a free period and would like to help Ms. Bordley at Glenwood, please email her at lbordley@srcs.org or stop by Mr. Winton’s room in LA217 to discuss this further. (Winton 9/7-9/9)

STUDENTS —If you are parking in the lot, (in S spaces only, of course), you must fill out the parking permit paperwork. You can pick it up anytime in the Main Office from Nancy. (Administration 9/6-9/9)

GUATEMALA INDEPENDENCE DAY | CONSUL DE GUATEMALA--The consulate general of Guatemala will be hosting a ceremony in celebration of Independence Day of Guatemala on Saturday, September 10th from 10:30 am to 12 noon at the steps of San Rafael City Hall. Please share information on this cultural event with the children and the families in your school. (Administration 9/2-9/10)

NEED A PROTEIN BAR, PROTEIN SHAKE OR ENERGY BAR AFTER A LONG DAY AT SCHOOL?--Stop by the Main Office and see Mr. Galli. All of these products are only a $1 each. (Galli 8/31-9/9)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 9/9/16




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=HOLIDAY T=B W=A(T) T=B F=A(A/T)

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 2016

TODAY’S GAMES-- Girls Tennis vs MC @MC, 4p (Early Release 3p). (Galli 9/8)

THE COLLEGE AND CAREER CENTER—is closed today. (Fernandez 9/8)

ATTENTION CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP FEDERATION MEMBERS AND POTENTIAL NEW MEMBERS-- Please join us for an informational meeting today during lunch in LA 210 regarding the application, requirements, and deadlines. There is enrollment each semester and all are welcome to attend to get more information to see if they qualify. (Ayoob 9/1-9/8)

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT OPPORTUNITY--Join Assembly member Marc Levine tonight to learn about getting involved in your community and how YOU can make a difference! In the Hayes Theater from 5:30-7:00pm. See you there! (Winton 9/2-9/8)

BUS STICKIES—have not yet arrived. We will keep you posted. (Look 9/7-9/9)

ALL GIRLS INTERESTED IN TRYING OUT FOR BASKETBALL--must attend a mandatory meeting on Tuesday, September 13th at lunch in the main gym. Coach Healy will meet with you to discuss our fall conditioning program as well as tryouts that begin on November 7th. See Coach Healy with questions. (Healy 9/7-9/9)

ECUADOR IS CALLING!!--Come learn more about this amazing opportunity to meet other youth, learn about environmental issues impacting the world and visit Cuenca, Ecuador, a world heritage city in the Andes. Meeting Tuesday at Lunch in SC106, all grades are welcome. (Kalish 9/8-9/13)

ORDER YOUR SAN RAFAEL HIGH CLASS RING--at school on Wednesday, September 14 during brunch and lunch in the cafeteria. Extra ring envelopes are in the Student Store. (Reid 9/8-9/14)

VOLUNTEER AT GLENWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL--Do you like working with kids? Are you interested in teaching? If you have a free period and would like to help Ms. Bordley at Glenwood, please email her at lbordley@srcs.org or stop by Mr. Winton’s room in LA217 to discuss this further. (Winton 9/7-9/9)

STUDENTS —If you are parking in the lot, (in S spaces only, of course), you must fill out the parking permit paperwork. You can pick it up anytime in the Main Office from Nancy. (Administration 9/6-9/9)

GUATEMALA INDEPENDENCE DAY | CONSUL DE GUATEMALA--The consulate general of Guatemala will be hosting a ceremony in celebration of Independence Day of Guatemala on Saturday, September 10th from 10:30 am to 12 noon at the steps of San Rafael City Hall. Please share information on this cultural event with the children and the families in your school. (Administration 9/2-9/10)

NEED A PROTEIN BAR, PROTEIN SHAKE OR ENERGY BAR AFTER A LONG DAY AT SCHOOL?--Stop by the Main Office and see Mr. Galli. All of these products are only a $1 each. (Galli 8/31-9/9)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 9/8/16




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=HOLIDAY T=B W=A(T) T=B F=A(A/T)

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2016

TODAY’S GAMES--Girls Volleyball vs MC @SR, JV 4:30p, V 6p. (Galli 9/7)

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE DAWGS JV FOOTBALL SQUAD--who defeated Hercules on Friday night to move to 1-0 on the season. Way to go DAWGS! (Galli 9/7)

SHE KILLS MONSTERS' CAST AND CREW--meets today, after school in AR205 until 5:30. The list is posted outside the drama room. Congratulations to all! (Deamer 9/7)

ALL GIRLS INTERESTED IN TRYING OUT FOR BASKETBALL--must attend a mandatory meeting on Tuesday, September 13th at lunch in the main gym. Coach Healy will meet with you to discuss our fall conditioning program as well as tryouts that begin on November 7th. See Coach Healy with questions. (Healy 9/7-9/9)

STUDENTS —If you are parking in the lot, (in S spaces only, of course), you must fill out the parking permit paperwork. You can pick it up anytime in the Main Office from Nancy. (Administration 9/6-6/9)

GUATEMALA INDEPENDENCE DAY | CONSUL DE GUATEMALA--The consulate general of Guatemala will be hosting a ceremony in celebration of Independence Day of Guatemala on Saturday, September 10th from 10:30 am to 12 noon at the steps of San Rafael City Hall. Please share information on this cultural event with the children and the families in your school. (Administration 9/2-9/10)

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT OPPORTUNITY--Join Assembly member Marc Levine Thursday, September 8th to learn about getting involved in your community and how YOU can make a difference! In the Hayes Theater from 5:30-7:00pm. See you there! (Winton 9/2-9/8)

ATTENTION CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP FEDERATION MEMBERS AND POTENTIAL NEW MEMBERS-- Please join us for an informational meeting Thursday, September 8 during lunch in LA 210 regarding the application, requirements, and deadlines. There is enrollment each semester and all are welcome to attend to get more information to see if they qualify. Don't miss a chance to be a part of CSF a tradition at San Rafael High School since 1924! (Ayoob 9/1-9/8)

NEED HELP IN SCIENCE?--Science tutoring is now offered every Monday and Thursday after school for an hour in the science building with SRHS science teachers, see posters for room numbers. All science students welcome. (Kalish 8/31- 9/7)

NEED A PROTEIN BAR, PROTEIN SHAKE OR ENERGY BAR AFTER A LONG DAY AT SCHOOL?--Stop by the Main Office and see Mr. Galli. All of these products are only a $1 each. (Galli 8/31-9/9)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 9/7/16




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=HOLIDAY T=B W=A(T) T=B F=A(A/T)

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 2016

ECO-ACTION CLUB--meeting today at lunch in S106. Come help change the world, one action at a time. (Kalish 9/6, 9/12-9/13, 9/19-9/20, 9/26-9/27)

STUDENTS —If you are parking in the lot, (in S spaces only, of course), you must fill out the parking permit paperwork. You can pick it up anytime in the Main Office from Nancy. (Administration 9/6-6/9)

GUATEMALA INDEPENDENCE DAY | CONSUL DE GUATEMALA--The consulate general of Guatemala will be hosting a ceremony in celebration of Independence Day of Guatemala on Saturday, September 10 from 10:30 am to 12 noon at the steps of San Rafael City Hall. Please share information on this cultural event with the children and the families in your school. (Administration 9/2-9/10)

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT OPPORTUNITY--Join Assembly member Marc Levine Thursday, September 8th to learn about getting involved in your community and how YOU can make a difference! In the Hayes Theater from 5:30-7pm. See you there! (Winton 9/2-9/8)

ATTENTION CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP FEDERATION MEMBERS AND POTENTIAL NEW MEMBERS--CSF is one of the oldest Honor Societies at the high school level and our fall semester enrollment is beginning. Please join us for an informational meeting Thursday, September 8 during lunch in LA 210 regarding the application, requirements, and deadlines. There is enrollment each semester and all are welcome to attend to get more information to see if they qualify. Don't miss a chance to be a part of CSF a tradition at San Rafael High School since 1924! (Ayoob 9/1-9/8)

NEED HELP IN SCIENCE?--Science tutoring is now offered every Monday and Thursday after school for an hour in the science building with SRHS science teachers, see posters for room numbers. All science students welcome. (Kalish 8/31- 9/7)

NEED A PROTEIN BAR, PROTEIN SHAKE OR ENERGY BAR AFTER A LONG DAY AT SCHOOL?--Stop by the Main Office and see Mr. Galli. All of these products are only a $1 each. (Galli 8/31-9/9)

ATTENTION TRAVELERS--There is still room on the Italy trip scheduled for February break of 2017! This trip is open to all juniors and seniors, and to sophomores with 2 teacher recommendations. We will be visiting Assisi, Florence, Rome, and Pompeii. Interested? Then please come to an informational meeting for students and parents on Tuesday, September 6th at 6:00 in room AD300. Don't miss this trip of a lifetime to the land of pizza, pasta, and so much more! See Ms. Truett in room AD300 for more information. (Truett 8/30-9/6

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 9/6/16




Audience: Daily News

 

SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK: M=A(T) T=B W=A(A/T) T=B F=A

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 2016

ECUADOR IS CALLING YOU!!--Ms. Kalish and Ms. Pikkarainen are offering a service trip to Cuenca, Ecuador during February break. Come to an informational meeting today at lunch in SC106 . (Kalish 9/1-9/2)

MESSAGE FOR MS. HERRERA'S AND MS. YI’S ART STUDENTS FROM LAST YEAR--Please come pick up any photo portfolios (AP105)and art work (AR207) that were entered in to the Marin County fair last year from your teacher. Also, Ms. Herrera’s ceramic students from last year please come pick up any work that might have accidentally been left behind. All ceramic and photography work not picked up by today will be thrown out. (Herrera 8/23-9/2)

BASEBALL PLAYERS--If you plan to play Freshmen, JV or Varsity Baseball, please meet at the baseball field, today, for a mandatory meeting, after school at 2:00pm. We will discuss our fall and winter programs as well as gather contact information. If you have questions, please call Coach Detwiler, GO DIAMOND DOGS! (Detwiler 9/2)

HEY BULLDOGS!--The first "Off the Leash" event of the year is here. Local food vendors will be on campus after school today after school. Make sure to participate in this tasty fundraiser! Nom-Nom! (Walters 8/29-9/2)

ATTENTION CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP FEDERATION MEMBERS AND POTENTIAL NEW MEMBERS--CSF is one of the oldest Honor Societies at the high school level and our fall semester enrollment is beginning. Please join us for an informational meeting Thursday, September 8 during lunch in LA 210 regarding the application, requirements, and deadlines. There is enrollment each semester and all are welcome to attend to get more information to see if they qualify. Don't miss a chance to be a part of CSF a tradition at San Rafael High School since 1924! (Ayoob 9/1-9/8)

NEED HELP IN SCIENCE?--Science tutoring is now offered every Monday and Thursday after school for an hour in the science building with SRHS science teachers, see posters for room numbers. All science students welcome. (Kalish 8/31- 9/7)

THE SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL MOCK TRIAL CLUB--is having an open meeting for everyone who is interested in being part of the team this Friday at Lunch in Mr. Baker’s room, GP101 out in the portables. Mock Trial is your chance to be a star lawyer, a falsely accused defendant, a police officer straight out of central casting, or a crusading district attorney. We compete against other Marin County schools and last year we beat MC (again) and TL. If you want to find out more come by Friday at lunch or stop by GP101. (Baker 9/31-9/2)

NEED A PROTEIN BAR, PROTEIN SHAKE OR ENERGY BAR AFTER A LONG DAY AT SCHOOL?--Stop by the Main Office and see Mr. Galli. All of these products are only a $1 each. (Galli 8/31-9/9)

THE FALL PLAY ART POSTER CONTEST IS HERE--Be a part of a school-wide art contest for the fall play, "She Kills Monsters". Pick up an entry form at Mrs. Yi's room (AR207) and any material can be used to create this poster. Pen, pencils, colored pencils, markers, etc.! Come see Mrs. Yi for more information. The prize is a cash prize plus free tickets to the play! (Yi 8/30-9/2)

ATTENTION TRAVELERS--There is still room on the Italy trip scheduled for February break of 2017! This trip is open to all juniors and seniors, and to sophomores with 2 teacher recommendations. We will be visiting Assisi, Florence, Rome, and Pompeii. Interested? Then please come to an informational meeting for students and parents on Tuesday, September 6th at 6:00 in room AD300. Don't miss this trip of a lifetime to the land of pizza, pasta, and so much more! See Ms. Truett in room AD300 for more information. Grazie! (Truett 8/30-9/6)

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Posted by: Nancy Segale
Published: 9/2/16




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SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 2016

NEED HELP IN SCIENCE?--Science tutoring is now offered every Monday and Thursday after school for an hour in the science building with SRHS science teachers, see posters for room numbers. All science students welcome. (Kalish 8/31- 9/7)

THE SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL MOCK TRIAL CLUB--is having an open meeting for everyone who is interested in being part of the team this Friday at Lunch in Mr. Baker’s room out in the portables. Mock Trial is your chance to be a star lawyer, a falsely accused defendant, a police officer straight out of central casting, or a crusading district attorney. We compete against other Marin County schools and last year we beat Marin Catholic (again) and TL. If you want to find out more come by Friday at lunch or stop by Mr. Baker’s room. (Baker 9/31-9/2)

NEED A PROTEIN BAR, PROTEIN SHAKE OR ENERGY BAR AFTER A LONG DAY AT SCHOOL?--Stop by the main office and see Mr. Galli. All of these products are only a $1 each. (Galli 8/31-9/9)

THE FALL PLAY ART POSTER CONTEST IS HERE--Be a part of a school wide art contest for the fall play, "She Kills Monsters". Pick up an entry form at Mrs. Yi's room (AR207) and any material can be used to create this poster. Pen, pencils, colored pencils, markers and etc! Come see Mrs. Yi for more information. The prize is a cash prize plus free tickets to the play! (Yi 8/30-9/2)

HEY BULLDOGS!--The first "Off the Leash" event of the year is here. Local food vendors will be on campus after school on Friday, September 2nd. Make sure to participate in this tasty fundraiser! Nom-Nom! (Walters 8/29-9/2)

ATTENTION TRAVELERS--There is still room on the Italy trip scheduled for February break of 2017! This trip is open to all juniors and seniors, and to sophomores with 2 teacher recommendations. We will be visiting Assisi, Florence, Rome, and Pompeii. Interested? Then please come to an informational meeting for students and parents on Tuesday, September 6th at 6:00 in room AD300. Don't miss this trip of a lifetime to the land of pizza, pasta, and so much more! See Ms. Truett in room AD300 for more information. Grazie! (Truett 8/30-9/6)

TRIP TO THE PRESIDENTIAL INAUGURATION WITH MR. ALLEN AND MR. WINTON--Come to LA 217 at lunch on Thursday, September 1st, to learn about the SRHS trip to watch the Inauguration of our next president live and in person in Washington D.C. next January. This is your opportunity to witness history in the making and have an experience of a lifetime. (Winton 8/29-9/1)