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Daily Announcements 2017-2018

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22nd, 2017
 
1. FREE LGBTQ Youth Conference: GSA Field Trip
When: Sunday October 29th 
Where: University of Souther California 
First GSA Club meeting in Ms. Fine's room 321 on Thursday September 28th
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2. Be Our Mascot! Please take this survey if you are interested in serving as the HSA mascot.
 
3. Extracurricular Fair: Attention All Students! The Extracurricular Fair will take place TODAY during lunch! Make sure you sign up for clubs (involvement in clubs looks great on college applications!). Plus! There will be FREE snow cones if you participate.
 
4. PBS-HSA Buttons: Do you have a cool sweatshirt with a tiny logo? Want to rep your school with some additional Wolf swag? If so, purchase a PBS-HSA button from the student store for 50 cents. Get your button(s) today!
 
5. Fresh Start Drug Prevention Program: Hello! Fresh Start Drug Prevention program will be on campus on Wednesday, September 27th to inform you about the risks of drugs and how to overcome peer pressure! If you are interested in participating please fill out this form. You might be able to receive volunteer hours if you attend. Please email Ms. Vasquez if you have any questions. 
 
6RISE (Raising Inner-city Students through Education): RISE is a PBS-HSA club that helps students research, explore, and experience firsthand as many as 20 college campuses on the West and East Coasts. This year, RISE will be taking a total of three trips (San Diego, Northern California, and New York City/Boston). Applications are attached or can be picked up outside Room 102 or 210. They are due to Mr. JM (102) or Ms. Kim (210) by Friday, September 29 at 3:45 p.m.
 
7. Charles Drew Representative: On September 27th, a representative from Charles Drew University will be on campus from 1:30-2:00pm in room 102. If interested, please sign up  hereContact Ms. Vasquez or Ms. Barbero for more details.
 
8. Solidarity Wall: Last week on Friday, with the help of YPI students and staff, the school created a "Solidarity Wall" in effort to make our undocumented students feel safe and supported at the school. The solidarity wall functions as a message board for both students and staff to leave notes of encouragement. With that being said, please leave a message or drawing to show your solidarity with our students during this time. We also ask that we, as a community, check to be sure it is not defaced. Ms. Barbero will be checking throughout the day but extra eyes will be greatly appreciated. We also hung butterflies from the ceiling, so if you are able, please be sure students aren't pulling them down during passing period or breaks. If it becomes a problem, please let Ms. Barbero know so that she may take them down. Please contact Ms. Barbero if you have any questions/concerns. 
 
9. Latino College Expo: The counseling department and YPI is conducting a survey to see how many students would be interested in attending the Latino College Expo next month. The Latino College Expo will have representatives of "Hispanic Serving Institutions", FAFSA Workshops, Scholarship opportunities and more! You do not need to identify as Latino in order to attend! If interested, please fill out this survey here." If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Barbero or Ms. Vasquez."
 
 
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20th, 2017
 
1. Please take this survey if you are interested in serving as the HSA mascot.
 
2. Extracurricular Fair: Attention All Students! The Extracurricular Fair will take place TODAY during lunch! Make sure you sign up for clubs (involvement in clubs looks great on college applications!). Plus! There will be FREE snow cones if you participate.
 
3. PBS-HSA Buttons: Do you have a cool sweatshirt with a tiny logo? Want to rep your school with some additional Wolf swag? If so, purchase a PBS-HSA button from the student store for 50 cents. Get your button(s) today!
 
4. Fresh Start Drug Prevention Program: Hello! Fresh Start Drug Prevention program will be on campus on Wednesday, September 27th to inform you about the risks of drugs and how to overcome peer pressure! If you are interested in participating please fill out this form. You might be able to receive volunteer hours if you attend. Please email Ms. Vasquez if you have any questions. 
 
5RISE (Raising Inner-city Students through Education): RISE is a PBS-HSA club that helps students research, explore, and experience firsthand as many as 20 college campuses on the West and East Coasts. This year, RISE will be taking a total of three trips (San Diego, Northern California, and New York City/Boston). Applications are attached or can be picked up outside Room 102 or 210. They are due to Mr. JM (102) or Ms. Kim (210) by Friday, September 29 at 3:45 p.m.
 
6. Charles Drew Representative: On September 27th, a representative from Charles Drew University will be on campus from 1:30-2:00pm in room 102. If interested, please sign up  hereContact Ms. Vasquez or Ms. Barbero for more details.
 
7. Solidarity Wall: Last week on Friday, with the help of YPI students and staff, the school created a "Solidarity Wall" in effort to make our undocumented students feel safe and supported at the school. The solidarity wall functions as a message board for both students and staff to leave notes of encouragement. With that being said, please leave a message or drawing to show your solidarity with our students during this time. We also ask that we, as a community, check to be sure it is not defaced. Ms. Barbero will be checking throughout the day but extra eyes will be greatly appreciated. We also hung butterflies from the ceiling, so if you are able, please be sure students aren't pulling them down during passing period or breaks. If it becomes a problem, please let Ms. Barbero know so that she may take them down. Please contact Ms. Barbero if you have any questions/concerns. 
 
8. Latino College Expo: The counseling department and YPI is conducting a survey to see how many students would be interested in attending the Latino College Expo next month. The Latino College Expo will have representatives of "Hispanic Serving Institutions", FAFSA Workshops, Scholarship opportunities and more! You do not need to identify as Latino in order to attend! If interested, please fill out this survey here." If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Barbero or Ms. Vasquez."
 
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19th, 2017
 
1. Extracurricular Fair: Attention All Students! The Extracurricular Fair will take place TODAY during lunch! Make sure you sign up for clubs (involvement in clubs looks great on college applications!). Plus! There will be FREE snow cones if you participate.
 
2. PBS-HSA Buttons: Do you have a cool sweatshirt with a tiny logo? Want to rep your school with some additional Wolf swag? If so, purchase a PBS-HSA button from the student store for 50 cents. Get your button(s) today!
 
3. Fresh Start Drug Prevention Program: Hello! Fresh Start Drug Prevention program will be on campus on Wednesday, September 27th to inform you about the risks of drugs and how to overcome peer pressure! If you are interested in participating please fill out this form. You might be able to receive volunteer hours if you attend. Please email Ms. Vasquez if you have any questions. 
 
4RISE (Raising Inner-city Students through Education): RISE is a PBS-HSA club that helps students research, explore, and experience firsthand as many as 20 college campuses on the West and East Coasts. This year, RISE will be taking a total of three trips (San Diego, Northern California, and New York City/Boston). Applications are attached or can be picked up outside Room 102 or 210. They are due to Mr. JM (102) or Ms. Kim (210) by Friday, September 29 at 3:45 p.m.
 
5. Charles Drew Representative: On September 27th, a representative from Charles Drew University will be on campus from 1:30-2:00pm in room 102. If interested, please sign up  hereContact Ms. Vasquez or Ms. Barbero for more details.
 
6. Solidarity Wall: Last week on Friday, with the help of YPI students and staff, the school created a "Solidarity Wall" in effort to make our undocumented students feel safe and supported at the school. The solidarity wall functions as a message board for both students and staff to leave notes of encouragement. With that being said, please leave a message or drawing to show your solidarity with our students during this time. We also ask that we, as a community, check to be sure it is not defaced. Ms. Barbero will be checking throughout the day but extra eyes will be greatly appreciated. We also hung butterflies from the ceiling, so if you are able, please be sure students aren't pulling them down during passing period or breaks. If it becomes a problem, please let Ms. Barbero know so that she may take them down. Please contact Ms. Barbero if you have any questions/concerns. 
 
7. Latino College Expo: The counseling department and YPI is conducting a survey to see how many students would be interested in attending the Latino College Expo next month. The Latino College Expo will have representatives of "Hispanic Serving Institutions", FAFSA Workshops, Scholarship opportunities and more! You do not need to identify as Latino in order to attend! If interested, please fill out this survey here." If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Barbero or Ms. Vasquez."
 
 
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18th, 2017
 
1. Extracurricular Fair: Attention All Students! The Extracurricular Fair will take place tomorrow, September 19th! Make sure you sign up for clubs (involvement in clubs looks great on college applications!). Plus! There will be FREE snow cones if you participate.
 
2. PBS-HSA Buttons: Do you have a cool sweatshirt with a tiny logo? Want to rep your school with some additional Wolf swag? If so, purchase a PBS-HSA button from the student store for 50 cents. Get your button(s) today!
 
3. Fresh Start Drug Prevention Program: Hello! Fresh Start Drug Prevention program will be on campus on Wednesday, September 27th to inform you about the risks of drugs and how to overcome peer pressure! If you are interested in participating please fill out this form. You might be able to receive volunteer hours if you attend. Please email Ms. Vasquez if you have any questions. 
 
4RISE (Raising Inner-city Students through Education): RISE is a PBS-HSA club that helps students research, explore, and experience firsthand as many as 20 college campuses on the West and East Coasts. This year, RISE will be taking a total of three trips (San Diego, Northern California, and New York City/Boston). Applications are attached or can be picked up outside Room 102 or 210. They are due to Mr. JM (102) or Ms. Kim (210) by Friday, September 29 at 3:45 p.m.
 
5. Charles Drew Representative: On September 27th, a representative from Charles Drew University will be on campus from 1:30-2:00pm in room 102. If interested, please sign up  hereContact Ms. Vasquez or Ms. Barbero for more details.
 
6. Solidarity Wall: Last week on Friday, with the help of YPI students and staff, the school created a "Solidarity Wall" in effort to make our undocumented students feel safe and supported at the school. The solidarity wall functions as a message board for both students and staff to leave notes of encouragement. With that being said, please leave a message or drawing to show your solidarity with our students during this time. We also ask that we, as a community, check to be sure it is not defaced. Ms. Barbero will be checking throughout the day but extra eyes will be greatly appreciated. We also hung butterflies from the ceiling, so if you are able, please be sure students aren't pulling them down during passing period or breaks. If it becomes a problem, please let Ms. Barbero know so that she may take them down. Please contact Ms. Barbero if you have any questions/concerns. 
 
7. Latino College Expo: The counseling department and YPI is conducting a survey to see how many students would be interested in attending the Latino College Expo next month. The Latino College Expo will have representatives of "Hispanic Serving Institutions", FAFSA Workshops, Scholarship opportunities and more! You do not need to identify as Latino in order to attend! If interested, please fill out this survey here." If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Barbero or Ms. Vasquez."

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15th, 2017
 
1. Extracurricular Fair: Attention All Students! The Extracurricular Fair will take place during lunch next Tuesday, September 19th! Make sure you sign up for clubs (involvement in clubs looks great on college applications!). Plus! There will be FREE snow cones if you participate.
 
2. PBS-HSA Buttons: Do you have a cool sweatshirt with a tiny logo? Want to rep your school with some additional Wolf swag? If so, purchase a PBS-HSA button from the student store for 50 cents. Get your button(s) today!
 
3. Fresh Start Drug Prevention Program: Hello! Fresh Start Drug Prevention program will be on campus on Wednesday, September 27th to inform you about the risks of drugs and how to overcome peer pressure! If you are interested in participating please fill out this form. You might be able to receive volunteer hours if you attend. Please email Ms. Vasquez if you have any questions. 
 
4RISE (Raising Inner-city Students through Education): RISE is a PBS-HSA club that helps students research, explore, and experience firsthand as many as 20 college campuses on the West and East Coasts. This year, RISE will be taking a total of three trips (San Diego, Northern California, and New York City/Boston). Applications are attached or can be picked up outside Room 102 or 210. They are due to Mr. JM (102) or Ms. Kim (210) by Friday, September 29 at 3:45 p.m.
 
5. Charles Drew Representative: On September 27th, a representative from Charles Drew University will be on campus from 1:30-2:00pm in room 102. If interested, please sign up  hereContact Ms. Vasquez or Ms. Barbero for more details.
 
6. Solidarity Wall: Last week on Friday, with the help of YPI students and staff, the school created a "Solidarity Wall" in effort to make our undocumented students feel safe and supported at the school. The solidarity wall functions as a message board for both students and staff to leave notes of encouragement. With that being said, please leave a message or drawing to show your solidarity with our students during this time. We also ask that we, as a community, check to be sure it is not defaced. Ms. Barbero will be checking throughout the day but extra eyes will be greatly appreciated. We also hung butterflies from the ceiling, so if you are able, please be sure students aren't pulling them down during passing period or breaks. If it becomes a problem, please let Ms. Barbero know so that she may take them down. Please contact Ms. Barbero if you have any questions/concerns. 
 
7. Latino College Expo: The counseling department and YPI is conducting a survey to see how many students would be interested in attending the Latino College Expo next month. The Latino College Expo will have representatives of "Hispanic Serving Institutions", FAFSA Workshops, Scholarship opportunities and more! You do not need to identify as Latino in order to attend! If interested, please fill out this survey here." If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Barbero or Ms. Vasquez."
 
 
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14th, 2017:
 
1. 9th Grade Field Trip Today: The 9th graders will be on a college field trip to UC Irvine Today. For those students who didn't turn in a field trip, please check in at room 211. 
 
2. PBS-HSA Buttons: Do you have a cool sweatshirt with a tiny logo? Want to rep your school with some additional Wolf swag? If so, purchase a PBS-HSA button from the student store for 50 cents. Get your button(s) today!
 
3. School Coordinating Council (SCC): The first SCC meeting of the year will take place on Thursday, September 14th at 4:30 pm in Rm. 207. The student representatives are Melissa Martinez, Andrew Sanchez, and the ex officio student member, Ailyn Galvan. Other representatives can be found here.
 
4RISE (Raising Inner-city Students through Education): RISE is a PBS-HSA club that helps students research, explore, and experience firsthand as many as 20 college campuses on the West and East Coasts. This year, RISE will be taking a total of three trips (San Diego, Northern California, and New York City/Boston). Applications are attached or can be picked up outside Room 102 or 210. They are due to Mr. JM (102) or Ms. Kim (210) by Friday, September 29 at 3:45 p.m.
 
5. Charles Drew Representative: On September 27th, a representative from Charles Drew University will be on campus from 1:30-2:00pm in room 102. If interested, please sign up  hereContact Ms. Vasquez or Ms. Barbero for more details.
 
 
6.Solidarity Wall: Last week on Friday, with the help of YPI students and staff, the school created a "Solidarity Wall" in effort to make our undocumented students feel safe and supported at the school. The solidarity wall functions as a message board for both students and staff to leave notes of encouragement. With that being said, please leave a message or drawing to show your solidarity with our students during this time. We also ask that we, as a community, check to be sure it is not defaced. Ms. Barbero will be checking throughout the day but extra eyes will be greatly appreciated. We also hung butterflies from the ceiling, so if you are able, please be sure students aren't pulling them down during passing period or breaks. If it becomes a problem, please let Ms. Barbero know so that she may take them down. Please contact Ms. Barbero if you have any questions/concerns. 
 
 
7. Latino College Expo: The counseling department and YPI is conducting a survey to see how many students would be interested in attending the Latino College Expo next month. The Latino College Expo will have representatives of "Hispanic Serving Institutions", FAFSA Workshops, Scholarship opportunities and more! You do not need to identify as Latino in order to attend! If interested, please fill out this survey here." If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Barbero or Ms. Vasquez."
 
 
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13th, 2017
 
1. Free Dress Today, September 13th: All students whose parents or guardians attend B2SN, will receive a free dress wrist band to be used on Wednesday. Please remember to adhere to the free dress policy, which includes no ripped or torn jeans.
 
2. LMU Representative on Campus Today: From 1:30-2:00pm in room 102. Please contact Ms. Vasquez for more details. 
 
3. Charles Drew Representative: On September 27th, a representative from Charles Drew University will be on campus from 1:30-2:00pm in room 102. If interested, please sign up  hereContact Ms. Vasquez or Ms. Barbero for more details.
 
 
4.Solidarity Wall: Last week on Friday, with the help of YPI students and staff, the school created a "Solidarity Wall" in effort to make our undocumented students feel safe and supported at the school. The solidarity wall functions as a message board for both students and staff to leave notes of encouragement. With that being said, please leave a message or drawing to show your solidarity with our students during this time. We also ask that we, as a community, check to be sure it is not defaced. Ms. Barbero will be checking throughout the day but extra eyes will be greatly appreciated. We also hung butterflies from the ceiling, so if you are able, please be sure students aren't pulling them down during passing period or breaks. If it becomes a problem, please let Ms. Barbero know so that she may take them down. Please contact Ms. Barbero if you have any questions/concerns. 
 
 
5. Latino College Expo: The counseling department and YPI is conducting a survey to see how many students would be interested in attending the Latino College Expo next month. The Latino College Expo will have representatives of "Hispanic Serving Institutions", FAFSA Workshops, Scholarship opportunities and more! You do not need to identify as Latino in order to attend! If interested, please fill out this survey here." If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Barbero or Ms. Vasquez."
 
6. School Coordinating Council (SCC): The first SCC meeting of the year will take place on Thursday, September 14th at 4:30 pm in Rm. 207. The student representatives are Melissa Martinez, Andrew Sanchez, and the ex officio student member, Ailyn Galvan. Other representatives can be found here.
 
7. 9th Grade Field Trip this Thursday: 9th graders, your first field trip of the year is this Thursday. Please make sure to return your field trip slips with your parent/guardian signature.
 
8RISE (Raising Inner-city Students through Education): RISE is a PBS-HSA club that helps students research, explore, and experience firsthand as many as 20 college campuses on the West and East Coasts. This year, RISE will be taking a total of three trips (San Diego, Northern California, and New York City/Boston). Applications are attached or can be picked up outside Room 102 or 210. They are due to Mr. JM (102) or Ms. Kim (210) by Friday, September 29 at 3:45 p.m.
 
9. International Youth Fellowship (IYF) Christmas Musical: IYF is hosting a Christmas musical from the internationally acclaimed Gracias Choir at the Terrace Theater in Long Beach, CA. You can purchase your tickets (for as little as $5) online at GraciasMusicFoundation.org. Please view this trifolder for more details. 
 
 
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12th, 2017
1. Back to School Night (B2SN) 2017: Back to School Night is TODAY! There are several activities for parents.
  • Food will be served at 4:00 pm and there is a Town Hall Meeting at 4:30 pm. Report card pick up begins at 5:00 pm in the Cave. Parents and guardians are then welcome to visit your teachers to ask questions about the class and what you're learning.
  • Remember this first meeting of the year is less about grades and more an opportunity for your teachers and your parents/guardians to meet. 
  • Students will receive a free dress wrist band to be used on Wednesday if your parents attend, so make sure to bring them to campus!
 
2. Free Dress for Wednesday, September 13th: All students whose parents or guardians attend B2SN, will receive a free dress wrist band to be used on Wednesday. Please remember to adhere to the free dress policy, which includes no ripped or torn jeans.
 
3.Solidarity Wall: Last week on Friday, with the help of YPI students and staff, the school created a "Solidarity Wall" in effort to make our undocumented students feel safe and supported at the school. The solidarity wall functions as a message board for both students and staff to leave notes of encouragement. With that being said, please leave a message or drawing to show your solidarity with our students during this time. We also ask that we, as a community, check to be sure it is not defaced. Ms. Barbero will be checking throughout the day but extra eyes will be greatly appreciated. We also hung butterflies from the ceiling, so if you are able, please be sure students aren't pulling them down during passing period or breaks. If it becomes a problem, please let Ms. Barbero know so that she may take them down. Please contact Ms. Barbero if you have any questions/concerns. 
 
 
4. Latino College Expo: The counseling department and YPI is conducting a survey to see how many students would be interested in attending the Latino College Expo next month. The Latino College Expo will have representatives of "Hispanic Serving Institutions", FAFSA Workshops, Scholarship opportunities and more! You do not need to identify as Latino in order to attend! If interested, please fill out this survey here." If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Barbero or Ms. Vasquez."
 
5. School Coordinating Council (SCC): The first SCC meeting of the year will take place on Thursday, September 14th at 4:30 pm in Rm. 207. The student representatives are Melissa Martinez, Andrew Sanchez, and the ex officio student member, Ailyn Galvan. Other representatives can be found here.
 
6. 9th Grade Field Trip this Thursday: 9th graders, your first field trip of the year is this Thursday. Please make sure to return your field trip slips with your parent/guardian signature.
 
7. RISE (Raising Inner-city Students through Education): RISE is a PBS-HSA club that helps students research, explore, and experience firsthand as many as 20 college campuses on the West and East Coasts. This year, RISE will be taking a total of three trips (San Diego, Northern California, and New York City/Boston). Applications are attached or can be picked up outside Room 102 or 210. They are due to Mr. JM (102) or Ms. Kim (210) by Friday, September 29 at 3:45 p.m.
 
8. The Mobile Clinic: The first monthly mobile clinic will be help September 12th from 9am-2pm. This is a wonderful opportunity, courtesy of the Westside Family Health Center, to gain access to free, confidential reproductive health services. If you are interested in setting up an appointment visit the WBL section of the school website or visit room 106. All appointments must be made no later than 11am the day prior to the mobile clinic. Otherwise, you will have to visit the WBL office and schedule a walk-in appointment. Once your appointment has been confirmed you will receive a pass the day before your appointment. You must go to class prior to your appointment and get a signature of approval from your teacher before attending the mobile clinic. If you have any questions contact Ms. Barbero or Ms. Taylor. 
 
9. International Youth Fellowship (IYF) Christmas Musical: IYF is hosting a Christmas musical from the internationally acclaimed Gracias Choir at the Terrace Theater in Long Beach, CA. You can purchase your tickets (for as little as $5) online at GraciasMusicFoundation.org. Please view this trifolder for more details. 
 
 
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11th, 2017
1. Back to School Night (B2SN) 2017: Back to School Night is tomorrow, Tuesday, September 12th. There are several activities for parents. Food will be served at 4:00 pm and there is a Town Hall Meeting at 4:30 pm. Report card pick up begins at 5:00 pm in the Cave. Parents and guardians are then welcome to visit your teachers to ask questions about the class and what you're learning. Remember this first meeting of the year is less about grades and more an opportunity for your teachers and your parents/guardians to meet. Students will receive a free dress wrist band to be used on Wednesday if your parents attend, so make sure to bring them to campus!
 
2. Free Dress for Wednesday, September 13th: All students whose parents or guardians attend B2SN, will receive a free dress wrist band to be used on Wednesday. Please remember to adhere to the free dress policy, which includes no ripped or town jeans.
 
3. School Coordinating Council (SCC): The first SCC meeting of the year will take place on Thursday, September 14th at 4:30 pm in Rm. 207. The student representatives are Melissa Martinez, Andrew Sanchez, and the ex officio student member, Ailyn Galvan. Other representatives can be found here.
 
4. 9th Grade Field Trip this Thursday: 9th graders, your first field trip of the year is this Thursday. Please make sure to return your field trip slips with your parent/guardian signature.
 
5. RISE (Raising Inner-city Students through Education): RISE is a PBS-HSA club that helps students research, explore, and experience firsthand as many as 20 college campuses on the West and East Coasts. This year, RISE will be taking a total of three trips (San Diego, Northern California, and New York City/Boston). Applications are attached or can be picked up outside Room 102 or 210. They are due to Mr. JM (102) or Ms. Kim (210) by Friday, September 29 at 3:45 p.m.
 
6. The Mobile Clinic: The first monthly mobile clinic will be help September 12th from 9am-2pm. This is a wonderful opportunity, courtesy of the Westside Family Health Center, to gain access to free, confidential reproductive health services. If you are interested in setting up an appointment visit the WBL section of the school website or visit room 106. All appointments must be made no later than 11am the day prior to the mobile clinic. Otherwise, you will have to visit the WBL office and schedule a walk-in appointment. Once your appointment has been confirmed you will receive a pass the day before your appointment. You must go to class prior to your appointment and get a signature of approval from your teacher before attending the mobile clinic. If you have any questions contact Ms. Barbero or Ms. Taylor. 
 
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8th, 2017
1. Dan Katzir, CEO School Visit Today: The Alliance CEO, Dan Katzir will be conducting a school visit today. He will be on campus at 2:00 pm today to walk 6th period classes. Please make sure that you say hello!
 
2. School Coordinating Council: Student and Teacher voting for School Coordinating Council will happen today before school and during  nutrition. Voting will take place near the first floor boys restroom.  As a reminder there are 5 students in a run-off elections:
 

Vanessa Amaya, 11th grade

Laia La Rue, 11th grade

Melissa Martinez, 12th grade

Yesenia Munoz, 10th grade

Andrew Sanchez, 12th grade

 

Students will be asked to select one of the candidates above. The two candidates with the most votes will gain the open seats.

 

Currently 44% of the student population has voted.

 

For teachers there is one open seat. Mr. Corrie Emmons is running unopposed. A confirmation of at least 51% is needed for Mr. Emmons to gain the open seat.

 Currently 20% of the teaching staff have voted.

 

Thank you in advance for doing your civic duty.

 

3. RISE (Raising Inner-city Students through Education): RISE is a PBS-HSA club that helps students research, explore, and experience firsthand as many as 20 college campuses on the West and East Coasts. This year, RISE will be taking a total of three trips (San Diego, Northern California, and New York City/Boston). Applications are attached or can be picked up outside Room 102 or 210. They are due to Mr. JM (102) or Ms. Kim (210) by Friday, September 29 at 3:45 p.m.

 

4. The Mobile Clinic: The first monthly mobile clinic will be help September 12th from 9am-2pm. This is a wonderful opportunity, courtesy of the Westside Family Health Center, to gain access to free, confidential reproductive health services. If you are interested in setting up an appointment visit the WBL section of the school website or visit room 106. All appointments must be made no later than 11am the day prior to the mobile clinic. Otherwise, you will have to visit the WBL office and schedule a walk-in appointment. Once your appointment has been confirmed you will receive a pass the day before your appointment. You must go to class prior to your appointment and get a signature of approval from your teacher before attending the mobile clinic. If you have any questions contact Ms. Barbero or Ms. Taylor. 


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7th, 2017
1. School Coordinating Council: Student and Teacher voting for School Coordinating Council will happen today before school, during nutrition, and at lunch. Voting will take place near the first floor boys restroom.  As a reminder there are 5 students in a run-off elections:
 

Vanessa Amaya, 11th grade

Laia La Rue, 11th grade

Melissa Martinez, 12th grade

Yesenia Munoz, 10th grade

Andrew Sanchez, 12th grade

 

Students will be asked to select one of the candidates above. The two candidates with the most votes will gain the open seats.

 

For teachers there is one open seat. Mr. Corrie Emmons is running unopposed. A confirmation of at least 51% is needed for Mr. Emmons to gain the open seat.

 

Thank you in advance for doing your civic duty.

 

2. RISE (Raising Inner-city Students through Education): RISE is a PBS-HSA club that helps students research, explore, and experience firsthand as many as 20 college campuses on the West and East Coasts. This year, RISE will be taking a total of three trips (San Diego, Northern California, and New York City/Boston). Applications are attached or can be picked up outside Room 102 or 210. They are due to Mr. JM (102) or Ms. Kim (210) by Friday, September 29 at 3:45 p.m.

 

3. The Mobile Clinic: The first monthly mobile clinic will be help September 12th from 9am-2pm. This is a wonderful opportunity, courtesy of the Westside Family Health Center, to gain access to free, confidential reproductive health services. If you are interested in setting up an appointment visit the WBL section of the school website or visit room 106. All appointments must be made no later than 11am the day prior to the mobile clinic. Otherwise, you will have to visit the WBL office and schedule a walk-in appointment. Once your appointment has been confirmed you will receive a pass the day before your appointment. You must go to class prior to your appointment and get a signature of approval from your teacher before attending the mobile clinic. If you have any questions contact Ms. Barbero or Ms. Taylor. 


TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5th, 2017
 
1. View the Week 5 Bulletin HERE!
 
2. Fresh Start Drug Prevention Program: Hello! Fresh Start Drug Prevention program will be on campus on Wednesday, September 27th to inform you about the risks of drugs and how to overcome peer pressure! If you are interested in participating please fill out this form. You might be able to receive volunteer hours if you attend. Please email Ms. Vasquez if you have any questions. 

 

3. RISE (Raising Inner-city Students through Education): RISE is a PBS-HSA club that helps students research, explore, and experience firsthand as many as 20 college campuses on the West and East Coasts. This year, RISE will be taking a total of three trips (San Diego, Northern California, and New York City/Boston). Applications are attached or can be picked up outside Room 102 or 210. They are due to Mr. JM (102) or Ms. Kim (210) by Friday, September 29 at 3:45 p.m.

 

4. The Mobile Clinic: The first monthly mobile clinic will be help September 12th from 9am-2pm. This is a wonderful opportunity, courtesy of the Westside Family Health Center, to gain access to free, confidential reproductive health services. If you are interested in setting up an appointment visit the WBL section of the school website or visit room 106. All appointments must be made no later than 11am the day prior to the mobile clinic. Otherwise, you will have to visit the WBL office and schedule a walk-in appointment. Once your appointment has been confirmed you will receive a pass the day before your appointment. You must go to class prior to your appointment and get a signature of approval from your teacher before attending the mobile clinic. If you have any questions contact Ms. Barbero or Ms. Taylor. 

 
 
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 2017
 

1. ELECTION DAY!:Today is Election Day. Check out this video to learn more about the candidates.Please click here to read student statements from the students running for SCC.  

These are the students: 
 
1. Vanessa Amaya         11th Grade
2. Angela Cardenas       11th Grade
3. Ashley Cardenas       12th Grade
4. Alanna Kyle                12th Grade
5. Kimberly Maya            11th Grade
6. Melissa Martinez         12th Grade
7. Yesenia Munoz            10th Grade
8. Anthony Sandoval        12th Grade
9. Dimea Polk                   12th Grade
10. Laia La Rue                 11th Grade
11. Nathan Robles             10th Grade
12. Andrew Sanchez          12th Grade
13. Kourtney Taylor-McZeal 9th Grade
14. Danny Vasquez             12th Grade

 

2. New Student Referral Program: Please note that PBS-HSA is still enrolling. We currently have a limited number of space in each grade.  Do you have a friend that you wish went to school with you? If so, tell them to enroll today (enrollment application can be found here) and receive two movie tickets per referral. New students that enroll by September 15th under the New Student Referral program, should list the name of the student that referred them on their application. Tickets will be made available once the referred student has completed the full enrollment process. Please see Dr. McCullough or Ms. Alvarez for more information.

 

3. Monday, September 4th is Labor Day
Campus will be closed. Classes will resume on Tuesday, September 5th. The scheduled for Tuesday is ODD Classes, the schedule for Wednesday, September 6th is EVEN Classes with a 1:40 dismissal.

 

 
 
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 2017

 

1. SCC Student Statements: Please click here to read student statements from the students running for SCC.  Their full statements can also be found at the bottom of this email. 

 

2. SCC Student Voting: Voting for SCC will take place on Friday during Picture Day. Please make sure to read the student statements and ask questions of the students running so that you may make an informed decision for the two open student seats. The first SCC meeting of the year is on September 7th at 4:30 pm and is open to the public. To find out more information about SCC, click here.

 

3. New Student Referral Program: Please note that PBS-HSA is still enrolling. We currently have a limited number of space in each grade.  Do you have a friend that you wish went to school with you? If so, tell them to enroll today (enrollment application can be found here) and receive two movie tickets per referral. New students that enroll by September 15th under the New Student Referral program, should list the name of the student that referred them on their application. Tickets will be made available once the referred student has completed the full enrollment process. Please see Dr. McCullough or Ms. Alvarez for more information.

 

4. Friday, September 1st-Picture Day and First Friday
Friday, September 1st is Picture Day and the ASB Sponsored First Fridays. This is a Spirit Day and the attire for this day is as follows:
       - Students may wear jeans. Jeans should not be ripped or torn in any way.
      - Students may wear a PBS-HSA polo, an PBS-HSA t-shirt, or a college shirt.  However, for your picture, students must wear a PBS-HSA polo. Please make sure that you bring your polo for the picture. 

 

Tuesday, August 29, 2017
1. Students Running for SCC:
The following students are running for School Coordinating Council. Elections will take place on Friday. Students, be on the look out for an email that provides candidate statements expressing why the candidates would like  to represent you on SCC.
 
1. Vanessa Amaya         11th Grade
2. Angela Cardenas       11th Grade
3. Ashley Cardenas       12th Grade
4. Alanna Kyle                12th Grade
5. Kimberly Maya            11th Grade
6. Melissa Martinez         12th Grade
7. Yesenia Munoz            10th Grade
8. Anthony Sandoval        12th Grade
9. Dimea Polk                   12th Grade
10. Laia La Rue                 11th Grade
11. Nathan Robles             10th Grade
12. Andrew Sanchez          12th Grade
13. Kourtney Taylor-McZeal 9th Grade
14. Danny Vasquez             12th Grade
 
2. Friday, September 1st-Picture Day and First Friday
Friday, September 1st is Picture Day and the ASB Sponsored First Fridays. This is a Spirit Day and the  attire for this day is as follows:
       - Students may wear jeans. Jeans should not be ripped or torn in any way.
      - Students may wear a PBS-HSA polo, an PBS-HSA t-shirt, or a college shirt.  However, for your picture, students must wear a PBS-HSA polo. Please make sure that you bring your polo for the picture. 
 
Monday, August 28, 2017
 
2. Students Running for SCC:
If you completed all of your paperwork to run for SCC, please see Dr. McCullough at lunch for next steps. You may find her at the bottom of the art staircase. Student elections for SCC will take place later this week. 
 
3. Friday, September 1st-Picture Day and First Friday
Friday, September 1st is Picture Day and the ASB Sponsored First Fridays. This is a Spirit Day and the  attire for this day is as follows:
       - Students may wear jeans. Jeans should not be ripped or torn in any way.
      - Students may wear a PBS-HSA polo, an PBS-HSA t-shirt, or a college shirt.  However, for your picture, students must wear a PBS-HSA polo. Please make sure that you bring your polo for the picture. 
 
4. Steve Lacy Meet and Greet
Names for the Steve Lacy Meet and Greet will be pulled later today from the list of names sent in by your homeroom teacher. The students that are selected will receive details for the meet and greet scheduled for tomorrow. 
 
Tuesday, August 22nd, 2017

 

SCC Staff Nominations-Students

The PBS-HSA School Coordinating Council is a group that represents the stakeholder groups of students, parents, community members, teachers, classified staff, and other certificated staff.  Membership is based on an election process for each stakeholder group with two ex-officio members (the Principal and the ASB President).  There are currently two vacant students seats for students in grades 9-12. If you are interested in self-nominating or nominating someone else please do so using this form. In addition, please email your name to Dr. McCullough (cmccullough@laalliance.org). Hard copies of the form will be available at the Main Office beginnign at lunch today. Voting will take place next week.

 

Monday, August 21, 2017
 
 
Friday, August 18, 2017

Hello!

 

The Lillian Mobley Center is proud to be a co-sponsor of the 2017 Education Summit happening on Saturday, August 26, 2017 from 8am-4pm. This event is for middle and high school students.  Join us for educational workshops, raffles, complimentary lunch, and more.

 

Thursday, August 17, 2017
 

Saturday, September 9, 2017

The City of Commerce Public Library and the Education Commission invite you to the 12th Annual Commerce to College Fair.

For Intermediate, High School, and adult students.

Meet with college representatives and attend various helpful workshops!

Save the Date!

Saturday, September 9, 2017
10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Rosewood Park
5600 Harbor St.
Commerce, CA 90040
 
Free and open to all
  • Financial Aid Workshops
  • College Enrollment Information
  • Raffles
  • Free Lunch
  • Free transportation from city parks
  • Plus much more!

Get the most out of attending a college fair by using the College Fair Checklist.

Current list of participating colleges and universities (updated daily):

California Lutheran University
California National Guard
California State University, Fullerton
California State University, San Bernardino
Cerritos College
Charles R. Drew University
East Los Angeles College
Glendale Community College
Grand Canyon University
Latina Fashionista
Los Angeles Mission College
Los Angeles Trade Technical College
Mt Sierra College
National Polytechnic College
National University
University of California, Irvine
University of Southern California
University of the West
West Los Angeles College
Whittier College
Woodbury University
 
Tuesday, August 15, 2017
 
Attention students. Although it has been a pleasure making all your schedule change requests, the fun must come to an end. Wednesday, August 16th will be last day counselors will make any class schedule changes. Make sure all requests are in to counselors by the end of the school day this Wednesday the 16th. Thank you. 
 
Monday, August 14th, 2017
 
Tuesday, August 8, 2017
 
1) ASB IS SELLING SCHOOL SUPPLIES IN THE CAVE DURING LUNCH FOR .50 CENTS.
 
Monday, August 7, 2017
 
1) Welcome to High School! Students in the class of 2021, check out this video from your 9th grade teachers.
2) Please view the school week 1 bulletin here!
 
 
Good morning Wolves, and welcome to the start of the 2017-2018 school year!! We hope that you had an enjoying summer and we are so excited to begin the year. We'd like you to join us in welcoming Mr. Albert Oros, our newest Assistant Principal to the admin team. In addition, please join us in sending heartfelt congratulations to Mrs. Gogate on the birth of her new baby girl. She will join us later in the year. We hope you have a fantastic first day of school and we are excited for the work ahead! 
 
~The PBS-HSA Admin Team