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SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

Friday, November 8, 2019

GAMES OF THE WEEK

NO GAMES

AP TESTING – Students need to purchase their AP tests by TODAY with Ms. Hoch in the student store.  You will not be able to take AP tests unless they have been purchased.

ECO ACTION CLUB – SR is taking part in a regional energy saving competition. We are trying to limit energy use throughout the month of November. Teachers, please turn off unnecessary lights and devices. The school that uses the least amount of energy will receive a $900 prize.

SENIORS - need help on your college app essays? Drop in to the CCC any Wednesday throughout November for immediate one-on-one help! 

SENIORS - is a career in construction or construction management right for you?  Come to an info night on Wed. Nov. 20th at 7:00 pm at the Marin County Office of Education to learn about the FREE 6-week North Bay Construction Corp course. $750 scholarship given upon completion of the program.

Another great option is to take the 18-week ROP Construction course at Redwood High, available for all grades. Classes start on Wed. Jan. 8th. If you are interested in any of these opportunities, come to the CCC and talk to Mr. Diaz for more info.

Are you interested in a career in virtual reality? Global Virtual Reality Day hosted by XR Marin is on Sat. Nov. 23rd in Novato. Pick up a flyer in the CCC.

HUCKLEBERRY applications now available in the CCC for sophomores.

Students please remember DAWG PRIDE is this Saturday, November 8th.  This is a great day for you to work together and give back to your school.  Community Service Hours will be available for all students who work at this event.  Sign up for either the Morning shift or the Afternoon shift.  There is a sign-up sheet in the Principal's office.  Refreshments and lunch will be provided.

Attention Seniors: College application workshops will be taking place during advisory classes. Please check in with your advisory teacher to know when we will be coming into your classroom to help you.

SENIORS – Remember to link your counselor as a recommender to either your Coalition or Common App as soon as possible. This will allow your counselor to view deadlines and submit forms ON TIME.

REMINDER: The SRHS weight room will be open for 1 hour for all students to use, every Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, 15 minutes after school. Mondays and Wednesdays will be from 3 - 4pm and Tuesdays will be from 3:45-4:45 pm. Space is limited to the first 45 students, so be there on time. You must be in correct workout clothes and have appropriate shoes to participate. If you have any questions please talk to Mr. Springhorn or Mr. Butler
TRANSIT STICKERS – are available in the main office during Brunch and Lunch only.

ALL STUDENTS must present their valid School ID when attending an SRHS Event.

LOST AND FOUND is in the main office.  Please come by and check for lost water bottles and other items.

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

TUTORING

MATH TUTORING and Homework Help, Monday to Thursday – before school in AD301, 7 to 7:45am and after school in LA101 for 1 hour.

SCIENCE TUTORING is available Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday after school in Ms. Paiz's classroom, SC106!  Any and all science questions welcome!

ENGLISH TUTORING after school, Monday to Thursday. Come in for help on essays, grammar, and/or reading. Or just come in for a quiet place to do any of your homework. Rooms LA 303 and LA 304 with Mr. Bond and Ms. Hager.

FRENCH AND SPANISH TUTORING – all levels - Every B day Before school, 7:15-7:45am and After school for 30 mins, 2:45-3:15pm in AD 315 with Mme/Sra Likover.

SOCIAL STUDIES welcomes before and after school tutoring by appointment with teacher/s.

COLLEGE AND CAREER

Attention Seniors: College application workshops will be taking place during advisory classes on November 6th, 8th and 13th. Please check in with your advisory teacher to know when we will be coming into your classroom to help you.

SENIORS - need help on your college app essays? Drop in to the CCC any Wednesday throughout November for immediate one-on-one help! 

SENIORS - The counseling department would like to remind you to please link your counselor as a recommender to either your Coalition or Common App as soon as possible. Linking your counselor will allow your counselor to view deadlines and submit forms. If you link your counselor last-minute, you run the risk of your counselor submitting forms past admission deadlines for some Universities. Thank you.

SENIORS - is a career in construction or construction management right for you?  Come to an info night on Wed. Nov. 20th at 7:00 pm at the Marin County Office of Education to learn about the FREE 6-week North Bay Construction Corp course. $750 scholarship given upon completion of the program.

Another great option is to take the 18-week ROP Construction course at Redwood High, available for all grades. Classes start on Wed. Jan. 8th. If you are interested in any of these opportunities, come to the CCC and talk to Mr. Diaz for more info.

Are you interested in a career in virtual reality? Global Virtual Reality Day hosted by XR Marin is on Sat. Nov. 23rd in Novato. Pick up a flyer in the CCC.

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