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Daily Announcements 2016-2017

Thursday, June 1, 2017
 
1) Summer Writing Workshop

Do you want help on a writing project?  Do you want to improve your writing?  Do you want to help improve other people’s writing?  Sign up for the Summer 2017 Writing Workshop.


When: Monday - Wednesday, June 19th-21st from 11:30am-1:30pm at HSA


Teacher: Mr. Johansson-Miller


How?  Sign up HERE


If you sign up, please bring a writing project you are working on.  Writing projects can include:


  • College personal statements

  • Scholarship essays

  • Application essays

  • Short stories

  • Other creative, personal, or analytical writing

 
3) If you are attending El Co this fall and need assistance navigating myecc or planning your schedule, come to the Registration Workshop this Thursday! Workshop will be in room 211 from 3:45-4:45. If you are interested, please sign up here
 
 
5) Final Final Friday: Friday, June 2, 2017 during lunch
 
6) PBS-HSA Student Perception Survey
 
7) 2017-2018 ASB Campaign Speeches.  Elections will take place during Homeroom on Thursday, June 1.
 
8) The final Lit Mag of the 16-17 school year.  Check in out HERE or in PDF format HERE.
 
9) June 3: Community Peace Event
 
 
11) 
2017-2018 AP Literature Meeting: Mandatory
 
Who: All students interested in taking AP Literature for 2017-2018
When: Thursday, June 1 at lunch, starting at 1:00 p.m.
Where: 210
Why: To get an overview of the course, basic expectations, and summer homework materials
 
*If you can't make it, please let Ms. Kim know at dkim@laalliance.org.
 
 
 
14) Are you interested in meeting the incoming class of 2021? Do you possess the skills of a Wolf Pack Leader, passion for the school, a solution-oriented nature, the ability to be self-accountable? If so and you'd like to be a small group leader for the new class, complete google form version of the application here.  You also need a teacher and counselor/admin recommendation in hard copy form. Hard copies are available on the front counter of the main office and in front of Mr. Foxworth's door. All applications are due by 8:00am on next Thursday, June 6.
 
15)

Finals Week Bell Schedule

Monday, June 5th

Tuesday, June 6th

Wednesday, June 7th

Thursday, June 8th

Friday, June 9th

ALL PERIOD

Advisory

8:00 am-8:20 am

 

Advisory

8:00 am-8:20 am

Advisory

8:00 am-8:20 am

ADVISORY WITH

WEDNESDAY

Period 1 Final

8:25-10:25 am

Period 3 Final

8:25-10:25 am

Period 5 Final

8:25-10:25 am

GRADE LEVEL

SCHEDULE

Brunch

10:25 am-10:55 am

Brunch

10:25 am-10:55 am

Brunch

10:25 am-10:55 am

ASSEMBLIES THEN

WITH AM AND PM

Period 2 Final

11:00 am-1:00 pm

Period 4 Final

11:00 am-1:00 pm

Period 6 Final

11:00 am-1:00 pm

BOARD BUS FOR FIELD TRIP

ADVISORY

Teacher Grading Time

1:00 pm-3:30 pm

Teacher Grading Time

1:00 pm-2:00 pm

Teacher Grading Time

1:00 pm-3:30 pm

12:30 DISMISSAL

 
 
Wednesday, May 31, 2017
 
1) If you are attending El Co this fall and need assistance navigating myecc or planning your schedule, come to the Registration Workshop this Thursday! Workshop will be in room 211 from 3:45-4:45. If you are interested, please sign up here
 
 
3) Final Final Friday: Friday, June 2, 2017 during lunch
 
4) PBS-HSA Student Perception Survey
 
5) 2017-2018 ASB Campaign Speeches.  Elections will take place during Homeroom on Thursday, June 1.
 
6) The final Lit Mag of the 16-17 school year.  Check in out HERE or in PDF format HERE.
 
7) June 3: Community Peace Event
 
 
9) 
2017-2018 AP Literature Meeting: Mandatory
 
Who: All students interested in taking AP Literature for 2017-2018
When: Thursday, June 1 at lunch, starting at 1:00 p.m.
Where: 210
Why: To get an overview of the course, basic expectations, and summer homework materials
 
*If you can't make it, please let Ms. Kim know at dkim@laalliance.org.
 
 
 
12) Are you interested in meeting the incoming class of 2021? Do you possess the skills of a Wolf Pack Leader, passion for the school, a solution-oriented nature, the ability to be self-accountable? If so and you'd like to be a small group leader for the new class, complete google form version of the application here.  You also need a teacher and counselor/admin recommendation in hard copy form. Hard copies are available on the front counter of the main office and in front of Mr. Foxworth's door. All applications are due by 8:00am on next Thursday, June 6.
 
13)

Finals Week Bell Schedule

Monday, June 5th

Tuesday, June 6th

Wednesday, June 7th

Thursday, June 8th

Friday, June 9th

ALL PERIOD

Advisory

8:00 am-8:20 am

 

Advisory

8:00 am-8:20 am

Advisory

8:00 am-8:20 am

ADVISORY WITH

WEDNESDAY

Period 1 Final

8:25-10:25 am

Period 3 Final

8:25-10:25 am

Period 5 Final

8:25-10:25 am

GRADE LEVEL

SCHEDULE

Brunch

10:25 am-10:55 am

Brunch

10:25 am-10:55 am

Brunch

10:25 am-10:55 am

ASSEMBLIES THEN

WITH AM AND PM

Period 2 Final

11:00 am-1:00 pm

Period 4 Final

11:00 am-1:00 pm

Period 6 Final

11:00 am-1:00 pm

BOARD BUS FOR FIELD TRIP

ADVISORY

Teacher Grading Time

1:00 pm-3:30 pm

Teacher Grading Time

1:00 pm-2:00 pm

Teacher Grading Time

1:00 pm-3:30 pm

12:30 DISMISSAL

 
Tuesday, May 30, 2017
 
 
2) 2017-2018 ASB Campaign Speeches.  Elections will take place during Homeroom on Thursday, June 1.
 
3) The final Lit Mag of the 16-17 school year.  Check in out HERE or in PDF format HERE.
 
4) June 3: Community Peace Event
 
 
6) 
2017-2018 AP Literature Meeting: Mandatory
 
Who: All students interested in taking AP Literature for 2017-2018
When: Thursday, June 1 at lunch, starting at 1:00 p.m.
Where: 210
Why: To get an overview of the course, basic expectations, and summer homework materials
 
*If you can't make it, please let Ms. Kim know at dkim@laalliance.org.
 
 
 
9) Are you interested in meeting the incoming class of 2021? Do you possess the skills of a Wolf Pack Leader, passion for the school, a solution-oriented nature, the ability to be self-accountable? If so and you'd like to be a small group leader for the new class, complete google form version of the application here.  You also need a teacher and counselor/admin recommendation in hard copy form. Hard copies are available on the front counter of the main office and in front of Mr. Foxworth's door. All applications are due by 8:00am on next Thursday, June 6.
 

Finals Week Bell Schedule

Monday, June 5th

Tuesday, June 6th

Wednesday, June 7th

Thursday, June 8th

Friday, June 9th

ALL PERIOD

Advisory

8:00 am-8:20 am

 

Advisory

8:00 am-8:20 am

Advisory

8:00 am-8:20 am

ADVISORY WITH

WEDNESDAY

Period 1 Final

8:25-10:25 am

Period 3 Final

8:25-10:25 am

Period 5 Final

8:25-10:25 am

GRADE LEVEL

SCHEDULE

Brunch

10:25 am-10:55 am

Brunch

10:25 am-10:55 am

Brunch

10:25 am-10:55 am

ASSEMBLIES THEN

WITH AM AND PM

Period 2 Final

11:00 am-1:00 pm

Period 4 Final

11:00 am-1:00 pm

Period 6 Final

11:00 am-1:00 pm

BOARD BUS FOR FIELD TRIP

ADVISORY

Teacher Grading Time

1:00 pm-3:30 pm

Teacher Grading Time

1:00 pm-2:00 pm

Teacher Grading Time

1:00 pm-3:30 pm

12:30 DISMISSAL

 
Friday, May 26, 2017
 
 
 
3) 
2017-2018 AP Literature Meeting: Mandatory
 
Who: All students interested in taking AP Literature for 2017-2018
When: Thursday, June 1 at lunch, starting at 1:00 p.m.
Where: 210
Why: To get an overview of the course, basic expectations, and summer homework materials
 
*If you can't make it, please let Ms. Kim know at dkim@laalliance.org.
 
 
5) Can You Hear Us, HSA?
 
6) GPA Tracker Survey
 
7) Seniors, please take this survey about the use of emails at HSA.
 
8) Grief Support Groups
 
9) 

Finals Week Bell Schedule

Monday, June 5th

Tuesday, June 6th

Wednesday, June 7th

Thursday, June 8th

Friday, June 9th

ALL PERIOD

Advisory

8:00 am-8:20 am

 

Advisory

8:00 am-8:20 am

Advisory

8:00 am-8:20 am

ADVISORY WITH

WEDNESDAY

Period 1 Final

8:25-10:25 am

Period 3 Final

8:25-10:25 am

Period 5 Final

8:25-10:25 am

GRADE LEVEL

SCHEDULE

Brunch

10:25 am-10:55 am

Brunch

10:25 am-10:55 am

Brunch

10:25 am-10:55 am

ASSEMBLIES THEN

WITH AM AND PM

Period 2 Final

11:00 am-1:00 pm

Period 4 Final

11:00 am-1:00 pm

Period 6 Final

11:00 am-1:00 pm

BOARD BUS FOR FIELD TRIP

ADVISORY

Teacher Grading Time

1:00 pm-3:30 pm

Teacher Grading Time

1:00 pm-2:00 pm

Teacher Grading Time

1:00 pm-3:30 pm

12:30 DISMISSAL

 
Tuesday, May 23, 2017
 
 
2) GPA Tracker Survey
 
3) Seniors, please take this survey about the use of emails at HSA.
 
4) Grief Support Groups
 
5) 

Finals Week Bell Schedule

Monday, June 5th

Tuesday, June 6th

Wednesday, June 7th

Thursday, June 8th

Friday, June 9th

ALL PERIOD

Advisory

8:00 am-8:20 am

 

Advisory

8:00 am-8:20 am

Advisory

8:00 am-8:20 am

ADVISORY WITH

WEDNESDAY

Period 1 Final

8:25-10:25 am

Period 3 Final

8:25-10:25 am

Period 5 Final

8:25-10:25 am

GRADE LEVEL

SCHEDULE

Brunch

10:25 am-10:55 am

Brunch

10:25 am-10:55 am

Brunch

10:25 am-10:55 am

ASSEMBLIES THEN

WITH AM AND PM

Period 2 Final

11:00 am-1:00 pm

Period 4 Final

11:00 am-1:00 pm

Period 6 Final

11:00 am-1:00 pm

BOARD BUS FOR FIELD TRIP

ADVISORY

Teacher Grading Time

1:00 pm-3:30 pm

Teacher Grading Time

1:00 pm-2:00 pm

Teacher Grading Time

1:00 pm-3:30 pm

12:30 DISMISSAL

 
6) Quiz Bowl!  Check the bracket in the Cave for more information.
 
Monday, May 22, 2017
 
 
2) Seniors, please take this survey about the use of emails at HSA.
 
3) Grief Support Groups
 
4) 

Finals Week Bell Schedule

Monday, June 5th

Tuesday, June 6th

Wednesday, June 7th

Thursday, June 8th

Friday, June 9th

ALL PERIOD

Advisory

8:00 am-8:20 am

 

Advisory

8:00 am-8:20 am

Advisory

8:00 am-8:20 am

ADVISORY WITH

WEDNESDAY

Period 1 Final

8:25-10:25 am

Period 3 Final

8:25-10:25 am

Period 5 Final

8:25-10:25 am

GRADE LEVEL

SCHEDULE

Brunch

10:25 am-10:55 am

Brunch

10:25 am-10:55 am

Brunch

10:25 am-10:55 am

ASSEMBLIES THEN

WITH AM AND PM

Period 2 Final

11:00 am-1:00 pm

Period 4 Final

11:00 am-1:00 pm

Period 6 Final

11:00 am-1:00 pm

BOARD BUS FOR FIELD TRIP

ADVISORY

Teacher Grading Time

1:00 pm-3:30 pm

Teacher Grading Time

1:00 pm-2:00 pm

Teacher Grading Time

1:00 pm-3:30 pm

12:30 DISMISSAL

 
4) Quiz Bowl!  Check the bracket in the Cave for more information.
 
Friday, May 19, 2017
 
1) Seniors attending the AMP field trip, May 19th must report to the blacktop/bench area at 7:45am. If you arrive late, you will be left behind! Please note that we are scheduled to return to the school at 4:00pm. If you work, please let your supervisors know ahead of time. Please contact Ms. Barbero for any questions.
 
2) End of Year Reflection  The End of Year reflection assignment for homeroom can be viewed here. Reflections are due by the end of homeroom on Friday, May 19th.
 
 
4) 

Finals Week Bell Schedule

Monday, June 5th

Tuesday, June 6th

Wednesday, June 7th

Thursday, June 8th

Friday, June 9th

ALL PERIOD

Advisory

8:00 am-8:20 am

 

Advisory

8:00 am-8:20 am

Advisory

8:00 am-8:20 am

ADVISORY WITH

WEDNESDAY

Period 1 Final

8:25-10:25 am

Period 3 Final

8:25-10:25 am

Period 5 Final

8:25-10:25 am

GRADE LEVEL

SCHEDULE

Brunch

10:25 am-10:55 am

Brunch

10:25 am-10:55 am

Brunch

10:25 am-10:55 am

ASSEMBLIES THEN

WITH AM AND PM

Period 2 Final

11:00 am-1:00 pm

Period 4 Final

11:00 am-1:00 pm

Period 6 Final

11:00 am-1:00 pm

BOARD BUS FOR FIELD TRIP

ADVISORY

Teacher Grading Time

1:00 pm-3:30 pm

Teacher Grading Time

1:00 pm-2:00 pm

Teacher Grading Time

1:00 pm-3:30 pm

12:30 DISMISSAL

 
5) Quiz Bowl!  Check the bracket in the Cave for more information.
 
6) The South LA Sheriff Department in conjunction with the West Athens-Westmont Community Task Force is hosting a "Day of Dialogue" event on May 18th at 6pm at the South LA Sheriff Station-1310 W. Imperial Hwy. Los Angeles, CA 90044. All community stakeholders are invited to attend to discuss issues that pertain to law enforcement and community relations. If you have any questions or would like more information please contact Ms. Taylor.
 
7)

Are you:

  • A high school junior or senior aiming to be accepted at a competitive college or university?
  • Maintaining a strong GPA?
  • Handling a rigorous course load?
  • Of Mexican descent or interested in Mexican culture?
  • Worried about paying for high-quality SAT prep?


If so, apply below!
*Fee waivers available for those who qualify.

 

http://www.accesoacademy.org/sat-application.html

 



Attachments:
Acceso Academy GRE Flyer Summer 2017.pdf
 
8) Interested in Volunteer Hours?  The medical terminology students will be volunteering at the Venice Family Clinic Art Walk & Auction on Sunday, May 21st.  They are in need of 300 more volunteers. Can we add this to the daily announcements as a WBL volunteer opportunity for students needing to complete hours or other. Here is the interest form link https://goo.gl/forms/SJiTJij2w0BitHDU2 
 
9) CALLING ALL WRITERS AND ARTISTS!

Our theme for our final issue this year in May is IN MEMORIAM ("In Memory Of"). If you'd like to submit something but don't know what to write, please visit Mr. JM or Ms. Kim for prompts!
 
As always, we are looking for...
  • Short stories
  • Poems
  • Photos
  • Drawings
  • Doodles
  • Memes
  • Short essays
  • Long essays
  • Tweets
  • Paintings
  • Jokes
  • Song lyrics
  • …and more!
Just as a reminder, even if your work does not “match” the theme, please submit anyway. We welcome all creative endeavors.


SUBMISSION FORMATS AND HOW TO SUBMIT:

Please send all hard copies or digital submissions of your work to ejohansson-miller@laalliance.org or dkim@laalliance.org by Friday, May 19. If you would like originals to be returned to you, please make sure your name as well as homeroom teacher are written on the back of the work.
Submissions will be published in our second digital issue, which will come out on Tuesday, May 30.
 
Monday, May 15, 2017
 
 
2) End of Year Reflection  The End of Year reflection assignment for homeroom can be viewed here. Reflections are due by the end of homeroom on Friday, May 19th.
 
 
4) 

Finals Week Bell Schedule

Monday, June 5th

Tuesday, June 6th

Wednesday, June 7th

Thursday, June 8th

Friday, June 9th

ALL PERIOD

Advisory

8:00 am-8:20 am

 

Advisory

8:00 am-8:20 am

Advisory

8:00 am-8:20 am

ADVISORY WITH

WEDNESDAY

Period 1 Final

8:25-10:25 am

Period 3 Final

8:25-10:25 am

Period 5 Final

8:25-10:25 am

GRADE LEVEL

SCHEDULE

Brunch

10:25 am-10:55 am

Brunch

10:25 am-10:55 am

Brunch

10:25 am-10:55 am

ASSEMBLIES THEN

WITH AM AND PM

Period 2 Final

11:00 am-1:00 pm

Period 4 Final

11:00 am-1:00 pm

Period 6 Final

11:00 am-1:00 pm

BOARD BUS FOR FIELD TRIP

ADVISORY

Teacher Grading Time

1:00 pm-3:30 pm

Teacher Grading Time

1:00 pm-2:00 pm

Teacher Grading Time

1:00 pm-3:30 pm

12:30 DISMISSAL

 
5) Quiz Bowl!  Check the bracket in the Cave for more information.
 
6) The South LA Sheriff Department in conjunction with the West Athens-Westmont Community Task Force is hosting a "Day of Dialogue" event on May 18th at 6pm at the South LA Sheriff Station-1310 W. Imperial Hwy. Los Angeles, CA 90044. All community stakeholders are invited to attend to discuss issues that pertain to law enforcement and community relations. If you have any questions or would like more information please contact Ms. Taylor.
 
7)

Are you:

  • A high school junior or senior aiming to be accepted at a competitive college or university?
  • Maintaining a strong GPA?
  • Handling a rigorous course load?
  • Of Mexican descent or interested in Mexican culture?
  • Worried about paying for high-quality SAT prep?


If so, apply below!
*Fee waivers available for those who qualify.

 

http://www.accesoacademy.org/sat-application.html

 



Attachments:
Acceso Academy GRE Flyer Summer 2017.pdf
 
8) Interested in Volunteer Hours?  The medical terminology students will be volunteering at the Venice Family Clinic Art Walk & Auction on Sunday, May 21st.  They are in need of 300 more volunteers. Can we add this to the daily announcements as a WBL volunteer opportunity for students needing to complete hours or other. Here is the interest form link https://goo.gl/forms/SJiTJij2w0BitHDU2 
 
9) CALLING ALL WRITERS AND ARTISTS!

Our theme for our final issue this year in May is IN MEMORIAM ("In Memory Of"). If you'd like to submit something but don't know what to write, please visit Mr. JM or Ms. Kim for prompts!
 
As always, we are looking for...
  • Short stories
  • Poems
  • Photos
  • Drawings
  • Doodles
  • Memes
  • Short essays
  • Long essays
  • Tweets
  • Paintings
  • Jokes
  • Song lyrics
  • …and more!
Just as a reminder, even if your work does not “match” the theme, please submit anyway. We welcome all creative endeavors.


SUBMISSION FORMATS AND HOW TO SUBMIT:

Please send all hard copies or digital submissions of your work to ejohansson-miller@laalliance.org or dkim@laalliance.org by Friday, May 19. If you would like originals to be returned to you, please make sure your name as well as homeroom teacher are written on the back of the work.
Submissions will be published in our second digital issue, which will come out on Tuesday, May 30.
 
Thursday, May 11, 2017
 
1) For students who signed up as volunteers for the Health Fair your assigned job will be posted on the wall, AFTER NUTRITION, next to room 106.
 
2) 

Finals Week Bell Schedule

Monday, June 5th

Tuesday, June 6th

Wednesday, June 7th

Thursday, June 8th

Friday, June 9th

ALL PERIOD

Advisory

8:00 am-8:20 am

 

Advisory

8:00 am-8:20 am

Advisory

8:00 am-8:20 am

ADVISORY WITH

WEDNESDAY

Period 1 Final

8:25-10:25 am

Period 3 Final

8:25-10:25 am

Period 5 Final

8:25-10:25 am

GRADE LEVEL

SCHEDULE

Brunch

10:25 am-10:55 am

Brunch

10:25 am-10:55 am

Brunch

10:25 am-10:55 am

ASSEMBLIES THEN

WITH AM AND PM

Period 2 Final

11:00 am-1:00 pm

Period 4 Final

11:00 am-1:00 pm

Period 6 Final

11:00 am-1:00 pm

BOARD BUS FOR FIELD TRIP

ADVISORY

Teacher Grading Time

1:00 pm-3:30 pm

Teacher Grading Time

1:00 pm-2:00 pm

Teacher Grading Time

1:00 pm-3:30 pm

12:30 DISMISSAL

 
3) Quiz Bowl!  Check the bracket in the Cave for more information.
 
4) The South LA Sheriff Department in conjunction with the West Athens-Westmont Community Task Force is hosting a "Day of Dialogue" event on May 18th at 6pm at the South LA Sheriff Station-1310 W. Imperial Hwy. Los Angeles, CA 90044. All community stakeholders are invited to attend to discuss issues that pertain to law enforcement and community relations. If you have any questions or would like more information please contact Ms. Taylor.
 
5) Interested in joining ASB? CHECK OUT THIS VIDEO.  Applications are available outside Room 102 and are due Friday, May 12th at 4pm in Room 102.
 
6)

Are you:

  • A high school junior or senior aiming to be accepted at a competitive college or university?
  • Maintaining a strong GPA?
  • Handling a rigorous course load?
  • Of Mexican descent or interested in Mexican culture?
  • Worried about paying for high-quality SAT prep?


If so, apply below!
*Fee waivers available for those who qualify.

 

http://www.accesoacademy.org/sat-application.html

 



Attachments:
Acceso Academy GRE Flyer Summer 2017.pdf
 
7) Interested in Volunteer Hours?  The medical terminology students will be volunteering at the Venice Family Clinic Art Walk & Auction on Sunday, May 21st.  They are in need of 300 more volunteers. Can we add this to the daily announcements as a WBL volunteer opportunity for students needing to complete hours or other. Here is the interest form link https://goo.gl/forms/SJiTJij2w0BitHDU2 
 
8) ASB 2017-2018 Application.  Hard copies can be found outside Room 102.  Applications are due Friday, May 12, 2017.
 
9) CALLING ALL WRITERS AND ARTISTS!

Our theme for our final issue this year in May is IN MEMORIAM ("In Memory Of"). If you'd like to submit something but don't know what to write, please visit Mr. JM or Ms. Kim for prompts!
 
As always, we are looking for...
  • Short stories
  • Poems
  • Photos
  • Drawings
  • Doodles
  • Memes
  • Short essays
  • Long essays
  • Tweets
  • Paintings
  • Jokes
  • Song lyrics
  • …and more!
Just as a reminder, even if your work does not “match” the theme, please submit anyway. We welcome all creative endeavors.


SUBMISSION FORMATS AND HOW TO SUBMIT:

Please send all hard copies or digital submissions of your work to ejohansson-miller@laalliance.org or dkim@laalliance.org by Friday, May 19. If you would like originals to be returned to you, please make sure your name as well as homeroom teacher are written on the back of the work.
Submissions will be published in our second digital issue, which will come out on Tuesday, May 30.
 
10) 
There will be (6) $1,000 scholarships and (2) $200 scholarships. Applicants must be a graduating high school senior at Alliance Piera Barbaglia Shaheen Health Services Academy. You must attend a college after high school (2-yr, 4-yr, or vocational). There is NO GPA limit. 
 
You may choose the types of scholarship you want to apply for. You may pick as many topics to apply for, but you may only win 1 scholarship. You must answer the questions to ALL the topics you apply for (under the personal statement section). The topics are:
 
- Academics
- Extra-curricular/ community service
- Most improved or talent
 
****** Applications are due Wednesday, May 10th at 2:00PM SHARP. No Exceptions. *******
 
To access the application, please click the link below.
https://goo.gl/forms/oTiIL1bdRa7eB6u33
 
Please contact Ms. Ho if you have any questions or concerns.
 
11) 

The Riordan Scholars Program targets incoming 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students who are college-bound and interested in developing the necessary leadership skills to succeed in college and business. The comprehensive program includes:  

 

  • Eight Saturday sessions
  • Human resources and organizational behavior case study overviews led by UCLA Anderson faculty
  • Team-based exploration of the stock market
  • A real estate competition focusing on communities in Los Angeles
  • Guest speakers from top industry leaders
  • SAT preparatory workshops for 10th and 11th grade Scholars
  • Personal mentors
  • Professional development seminars that include résumé writing, interviewing techniques and networking workshops

*ALL of the above is provided on a tuition FREE basis to Riordan Scholars!!!

APPLICATION INFORMATION: To find out more about the application process please visit the How To Apply page.

http://www.anderson.ucla.edu/programs-and-outreach/riordan-programs/riordan-scholars/how-to-apply

Make an appointment with Ms. Vasquez if you need help applying! 

 
Tuesday, May 9, 2017
 
1) 

Finals Week Bell Schedule

Monday, June 5th

Tuesday, June 6th

Wednesday, June 7th

Thursday, June 8th

Friday, June 9th

ALL PERIOD

Advisory

8:00 am-8:20 am

 

Advisory

8:00 am-8:20 am

Advisory

8:00 am-8:20 am

ADVISORY WITH

WEDNESDAY

Period 1 Final

8:25-10:25 am

Period 3 Final

8:25-10:25 am

Period 5 Final

8:25-10:25 am

GRADE LEVEL

SCHEDULE

Brunch

10:25 am-10:55 am

Brunch

10:25 am-10:55 am

Brunch

10:25 am-10:55 am

ASSEMBLIES THEN

WITH AM AND PM

Period 2 Final

11:00 am-1:00 pm

Period 4 Final

11:00 am-1:00 pm

Period 6 Final

11:00 am-1:00 pm

BOARD BUS FOR FIELD TRIP

ADVISORY

Teacher Grading Time

1:00 pm-3:30 pm

Teacher Grading Time

1:00 pm-2:00 pm

Teacher Grading Time

1:00 pm-3:30 pm

12:30 DISMISSAL

 
2) Quiz Bowl matches begin tomorrow.  Check the bracket in the Cave for more information.
 
3) The South LA Sheriff Department in conjunction with the West Athens-Westmont Community Task Force is hosting a "Day of Dialogue" event on May 18th at 6pm at the South LA Sheriff Station-1310 W. Imperial Hwy. Los Angeles, CA 90044. All community stakeholders are invited to attend to discuss issues that pertain to law enforcement and community relations. If you have any questions or would like more information please contact Ms. Taylor.
 
4) The last mobile clinic of the school year will be Tuesday, May 9th.  Make sure to sign up to secure your appointment. See Mama. Taylor if you have any questions.
 
5) Interested in joining ASB? CHECK OUT THIS VIDEO.  Applications are available outside Room 102 and are due Friday, May 12th at 4pm in Room 102.
 
6)

Are you:

  • A high school junior or senior aiming to be accepted at a competitive college or university?
  • Maintaining a strong GPA?
  • Handling a rigorous course load?
  • Of Mexican descent or interested in Mexican culture?
  • Worried about paying for high-quality SAT prep?


If so, apply below!
*Fee waivers available for those who qualify.

 

http://www.accesoacademy.org/sat-application.html

 



Attachments:
Acceso Academy GRE Flyer Summer 2017.pdf
 
7) Interested in Volunteer Hours?  The medical terminology students will be volunteering at the Venice Family Clinic Art Walk & Auction on Sunday, May 21st.  They are in need of 300 more volunteers. Can we add this to the daily announcements as a WBL volunteer opportunity for students needing to complete hours or other. Here is the interest form link https://goo.gl/forms/SJiTJij2w0BitHDU2 
 
8) ASB 2017-2018 Application.  Hard copies can be found outside Room 102.  Applications are due Friday, May 12, 2017.
 
9) CALLING ALL WRITERS AND ARTISTS!

Our theme for our final issue this year in May is IN MEMORIAM ("In Memory Of"). If you'd like to submit something but don't know what to write, please visit Mr. JM or Ms. Kim for prompts!
 
As always, we are looking for...
  • Short stories
  • Poems
  • Photos
  • Drawings
  • Doodles
  • Memes
  • Short essays
  • Long essays
  • Tweets
  • Paintings
  • Jokes
  • Song lyrics
  • …and more!
Just as a reminder, even if your work does not “match” the theme, please submit anyway. We welcome all creative endeavors.


SUBMISSION FORMATS AND HOW TO SUBMIT:

Please send all hard copies or digital submissions of your work to ejohansson-miller@laalliance.org or dkim@laalliance.org by Friday, May 19. If you would like originals to be returned to you, please make sure your name as well as homeroom teacher are written on the back of the work.
Submissions will be published in our second digital issue, which will come out on Tuesday, May 30.
 
10) 
There will be (6) $1,000 scholarships and (2) $200 scholarships. Applicants must be a graduating high school senior at Alliance Piera Barbaglia Shaheen Health Services Academy. You must attend a college after high school (2-yr, 4-yr, or vocational). There is NO GPA limit. 
 
You may choose the types of scholarship you want to apply for. You may pick as many topics to apply for, but you may only win 1 scholarship. You must answer the questions to ALL the topics you apply for (under the personal statement section). The topics are:
 
- Academics
- Extra-curricular/ community service
- Most improved or talent
 
****** Applications are due Wednesday, May 10th at 2:00PM SHARP. No Exceptions. *******
 
To access the application, please click the link below.
https://goo.gl/forms/oTiIL1bdRa7eB6u33
 
Please contact Ms. Ho if you have any questions or concerns.
 
11) 

The Riordan Scholars Program targets incoming 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students who are college-bound and interested in developing the necessary leadership skills to succeed in college and business. The comprehensive program includes:  

 

  • Eight Saturday sessions
  • Human resources and organizational behavior case study overviews led by UCLA Anderson faculty
  • Team-based exploration of the stock market
  • A real estate competition focusing on communities in Los Angeles
  • Guest speakers from top industry leaders
  • SAT preparatory workshops for 10th and 11th grade Scholars
  • Personal mentors
  • Professional development seminars that include résumé writing, interviewing techniques and networking workshops

*ALL of the above is provided on a tuition FREE basis to Riordan Scholars!!!

APPLICATION INFORMATION: To find out more about the application process please visit the How To Apply page.

http://www.anderson.ucla.edu/programs-and-outreach/riordan-programs/riordan-scholars/how-to-apply

Make an appointment with Ms. Vasquez if you need help applying! 

 

Monday, May 8, 2017
 
1) The South LA Sheriff Department in conjunction with the West Athens-Westmont Community Task Force is hosting a "Day of Dialogue" event on May 18th at 6pm at the South LA Sheriff Station-1310 W. Imperial Hwy. Los Angeles, CA 90044. All community stakeholders are invited to attend to discuss issues that pertain to law enforcement and community relations. If you have any questions or would like more information please contact Ms. Taylor.
 
2) The last mobile clinic of the school year will be Tuesday, May 9th.  Make sure to sign up to secure your appointment. See Mama. Taylor if you have any questions.
 
3) Interested in joining ASB? CHECK OUT THIS VIDEO.  Applications are available outside Room 102 and are due Friday, May 12th at 4pm in Room 102.
 
4)

Are you:

  • A high school junior or senior aiming to be accepted at a competitive college or university?
  • Maintaining a strong GPA?
  • Handling a rigorous course load?
  • Of Mexican descent or interested in Mexican culture?
  • Worried about paying for high-quality SAT prep?


If so, apply below!
*Fee waivers available for those who qualify.

 

http://www.accesoacademy.org/sat-application.html

 



Attachments:
Acceso Academy GRE Flyer Summer 2017.pdf
 
5) Interested in Volunteer Hours?  The medical terminology students will be volunteering at the Venice Family Clinic Art Walk & Auction on Sunday, May 21st.  They are in need of 300 more volunteers. Can we add this to the daily announcements as a WBL volunteer opportunity for students needing to complete hours or other. Here is the interest form link https://goo.gl/forms/SJiTJij2w0BitHDU2 
 
6) ASB 2017-2018 Application.  Hard copies can be found outside Room 102.  Applications are due Friday, May 12, 2017.
 
7) CALLING ALL WRITERS AND ARTISTS!

Our theme for our final issue this year in May is IN MEMORIAM ("In Memory Of"). If you'd like to submit something but don't know what to write, please visit Mr. JM or Ms. Kim for prompts!
 
As always, we are looking for...
  • Short stories
  • Poems
  • Photos
  • Drawings
  • Doodles
  • Memes
  • Short essays
  • Long essays
  • Tweets
  • Paintings
  • Jokes
  • Song lyrics
  • …and more!
Just as a reminder, even if your work does not “match” the theme, please submit anyway. We welcome all creative endeavors.


SUBMISSION FORMATS AND HOW TO SUBMIT:

Please send all hard copies or digital submissions of your work to ejohansson-miller@laalliance.org or dkim@laalliance.org by Friday, May 19. If you would like originals to be returned to you, please make sure your name as well as homeroom teacher are written on the back of the work.
Submissions will be published in our second digital issue, which will come out on Tuesday, May 30.
 
8) 
There will be (6) $1,000 scholarships and (2) $200 scholarships. Applicants must be a graduating high school senior at Alliance Piera Barbaglia Shaheen Health Services Academy. You must attend a college after high school (2-yr, 4-yr, or vocational). There is NO GPA limit. 
 
You may choose the types of scholarship you want to apply for. You may pick as many topics to apply for, but you may only win 1 scholarship. You must answer the questions to ALL the topics you apply for (under the personal statement section). The topics are:
 
- Academics
- Extra-curricular/ community service
- Most improved or talent
 
****** Applications are due Wednesday, May 10th at 2:00PM SHARP. No Exceptions. *******
 
To access the application, please click the link below.
https://goo.gl/forms/oTiIL1bdRa7eB6u33
 
Please contact Ms. Ho if you have any questions or concerns.
 
9) 

The Riordan Scholars Program targets incoming 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students who are college-bound and interested in developing the necessary leadership skills to succeed in college and business. The comprehensive program includes:  

 

  • Eight Saturday sessions
  • Human resources and organizational behavior case study overviews led by UCLA Anderson faculty
  • Team-based exploration of the stock market
  • A real estate competition focusing on communities in Los Angeles
  • Guest speakers from top industry leaders
  • SAT preparatory workshops for 10th and 11th grade Scholars
  • Personal mentors
  • Professional development seminars that include résumé writing, interviewing techniques and networking workshops

*ALL of the above is provided on a tuition FREE basis to Riordan Scholars!!!

APPLICATION INFORMATION: To find out more about the application process please visit the How To Apply page.

http://www.anderson.ucla.edu/programs-and-outreach/riordan-programs/riordan-scholars/how-to-apply

Make an appointment with Ms. Vasquez if you need help applying! 

 
Friday, May 5, 2017
 
1) Interested in joining ASB? CHECK OUT THIS VIDEO.  Applications are available outside Room 102 and are due Friday, May 12th at 4pm in Room 102.
 
2)

Are you:

  • A high school junior or senior aiming to be accepted at a competitive college or university?
  • Maintaining a strong GPA?
  • Handling a rigorous course load?
  • Of Mexican descent or interested in Mexican culture?
  • Worried about paying for high-quality SAT prep?


If so, apply below!
*Fee waivers available for those who qualify.

 

http://www.accesoacademy.org/sat-application.html

 



Attachments:
Acceso Academy GRE Flyer Summer 2017.pdf
 
3) Interested in Volunteer Hours?  The medical terminology students will be volunteering at the Venice Family Clinic Art Walk & Auction on Sunday, May 21st.  They are in need of 300 more volunteers. Can we add this to the daily announcements as a WBL volunteer opportunity for students needing to complete hours or other. Here is the interest form link https://goo.gl/forms/SJiTJij2w0BitHDU2
 
4) Students, please take a few minutes to fill out the Teacher Appreciation Survey today!  You should have also received an email from Mrs. Gogate on Friday.  
 
 
6) ASB 2017-2018 Application.  Hard copies can be found outside Room 102.  Applications are due Friday, May 12, 2017.
 
7) CALLING ALL WRITERS AND ARTISTS!

Our theme for our final issue this year in May is IN MEMORIAM ("In Memory Of"). If you'd like to submit something but don't know what to write, please visit Mr. JM or Ms. Kim for prompts!
 
As always, we are looking for...
  • Short stories
  • Poems
  • Photos
  • Drawings
  • Doodles
  • Memes
  • Short essays
  • Long essays
  • Tweets
  • Paintings
  • Jokes
  • Song lyrics
  • …and more!
Just as a reminder, even if your work does not “match” the theme, please submit anyway. We welcome all creative endeavors.


SUBMISSION FORMATS AND HOW TO SUBMIT:

Please send all hard copies or digital submissions of your work to ejohansson-miller@laalliance.org or dkim@laalliance.org by Friday, May 19. If you would like originals to be returned to you, please make sure your name as well as homeroom teacher are written on the back of the work.
Submissions will be published in our second digital issue, which will come out on Tuesday, May 30.
 
8) 
There will be (6) $1,000 scholarships and (2) $200 scholarships. Applicants must be a graduating high school senior at Alliance Piera Barbaglia Shaheen Health Services Academy. You must attend a college after high school (2-yr, 4-yr, or vocational). There is NO GPA limit. 
 
You may choose the types of scholarship you want to apply for. You may pick as many topics to apply for, but you may only win 1 scholarship. You must answer the questions to ALL the topics you apply for (under the personal statement section). The topics are:
 
- Academics
- Extra-curricular/ community service
- Most improved or talent
 
****** Applications are due Wednesday, May 10th at 2:00PM SHARP. No Exceptions. *******
 
To access the application, please click the link below.
https://goo.gl/forms/oTiIL1bdRa7eB6u33
 
Please contact Ms. Ho if you have any questions or concerns.
 
9) 

The Riordan Scholars Program targets incoming 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students who are college-bound and interested in developing the necessary leadership skills to succeed in college and business. The comprehensive program includes:  

 

  • Eight Saturday sessions
  • Human resources and organizational behavior case study overviews led by UCLA Anderson faculty
  • Team-based exploration of the stock market
  • A real estate competition focusing on communities in Los Angeles
  • Guest speakers from top industry leaders
  • SAT preparatory workshops for 10th and 11th grade Scholars
  • Personal mentors
  • Professional development seminars that include résumé writing, interviewing techniques and networking workshops

*ALL of the above is provided on a tuition FREE basis to Riordan Scholars!!!

APPLICATION INFORMATION: To find out more about the application process please visit the How To Apply page.

http://www.anderson.ucla.edu/programs-and-outreach/riordan-programs/riordan-scholars/how-to-apply

Make an appointment with Ms. Vasquez if you need help applying! 

 
Tuesday, May 2, 2017
 
Students, please take a few minutes to fill out the Teacher Appreciation Survey today!  You should have also received an email from Mrs. Gogate on Friday.  
 
 
2) ASB 2017-2018 Application.  Hard copies can be found outside Room 102.  Applications are due Friday, May 12, 2017.
 
3) CALLING ALL WRITERS AND ARTISTS!

Our theme for our final issue this year in May is IN MEMORIAM ("In Memory Of"). If you'd like to submit something but don't know what to write, please visit Mr. JM or Ms. Kim for prompts!
 
As always, we are looking for...
  • Short stories
  • Poems
  • Photos
  • Drawings
  • Doodles
  • Memes
  • Short essays
  • Long essays
  • Tweets
  • Paintings
  • Jokes
  • Song lyrics
  • …and more!
Just as a reminder, even if your work does not “match” the theme, please submit anyway. We welcome all creative endeavors.


SUBMISSION FORMATS AND HOW TO SUBMIT:

Please send all hard copies or digital submissions of your work to ejohansson-miller@laalliance.org or dkim@laalliance.org by Friday, May 19. If you would like originals to be returned to you, please make sure your name as well as homeroom teacher are written on the back of the work.
Submissions will be published in our second digital issue, which will come out on Tuesday, May 30.
 
4) 
There will be (6) $1,000 scholarships and (2) $200 scholarships. Applicants must be a graduating high school senior at Alliance Piera Barbaglia Shaheen Health Services Academy. You must attend a college after high school (2-yr, 4-yr, or vocational). There is NO GPA limit. 
 
You may choose the types of scholarship you want to apply for. You may pick as many topics to apply for, but you may only win 1 scholarship. You must answer the questions to ALL the topics you apply for (under the personal statement section). The topics are:
 
- Academics
- Extra-curricular/ community service
- Most improved or talent
 
****** Applications are due Wednesday, May 10th at 2:00PM SHARP. No Exceptions. *******
 
To access the application, please click the link below.
https://goo.gl/forms/oTiIL1bdRa7eB6u33
 
Please contact Ms. Ho if you have any questions or concerns.
 
5) 

The Riordan Scholars Program targets incoming 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students who are college-bound and interested in developing the necessary leadership skills to succeed in college and business. The comprehensive program includes:  

 

  • Eight Saturday sessions
  • Human resources and organizational behavior case study overviews led by UCLA Anderson faculty
  • Team-based exploration of the stock market
  • A real estate competition focusing on communities in Los Angeles
  • Guest speakers from top industry leaders
  • SAT preparatory workshops for 10th and 11th grade Scholars
  • Personal mentors
  • Professional development seminars that include résumé writing, interviewing techniques and networking workshops

*ALL of the above is provided on a tuition FREE basis to Riordan Scholars!!!

APPLICATION INFORMATION: To find out more about the application process please visit the How To Apply page.

http://www.anderson.ucla.edu/programs-and-outreach/riordan-programs/riordan-scholars/how-to-apply

Make an appointment with Ms. Vasquez if you need help applying! 

 
6)

THIS IS A REMINDER! Please

​register for your classes for the coming school year by filling out the Naviance survey that we have emailed you​

. The classes you select will not guarantee you

​r​

 place

​ment​

in 

​your​

​chosen ​

class

​es​, but rest assured we will do our best to accommodate your requests. You can access your registration survey by following the instructions below. 

 

  • Go to http://www.pbshsa.org
  • Under STUDENT select Naviance
  • Log into your Naviance account (If you forgot your username/ password email your counselor. 
  • Click on “ my planner” tab
  • Click on the purple tab “Task Assigned to Me”
  • Click on

the Registration Survey for your grade the coming year​​

 
  • Click on “To complete this task, you need to complete a survey.”
  • Complete the survey :)

 

The deadline to complete the survey is

Wednesday

​May

​3​

, 2017 

 

Please feel free to email

​your counselor if you have any questions.

 
 
Monday, May 1, 2017
 
1) ASB 2017-2018 Application.  Hard copies can be found outside Room 102.  Applications are due Friday, May 12, 2017.
 
2) CALLING ALL WRITERS AND ARTISTS!

Our theme for our final issue this year in May is IN MEMORIAM ("In Memory Of"). If you'd like to submit something but don't know what to write, please visit Mr. JM or Ms. Kim for prompts!
 
As always, we are looking for...
  • Short stories
  • Poems
  • Photos
  • Drawings
  • Doodles
  • Memes
  • Short essays
  • Long essays
  • Tweets
  • Paintings
  • Jokes
  • Song lyrics
  • …and more!
Just as a reminder, even if your work does not “match” the theme, please submit anyway. We welcome all creative endeavors.


SUBMISSION FORMATS AND HOW TO SUBMIT:

Please send all hard copies or digital submissions of your work to ejohansson-miller@laalliance.org or dkim@laalliance.org by Friday, May 19. If you would like originals to be returned to you, please make sure your name as well as homeroom teacher are written on the back of the work.
Submissions will be published in our second digital issue, which will come out on Tuesday, May 30.
 
3) 
There will be (6) $1,000 scholarships and (2) $200 scholarships. Applicants must be a graduating high school senior at Alliance Piera Barbaglia Shaheen Health Services Academy. You must attend a college after high school (2-yr, 4-yr, or vocational). There is NO GPA limit. 
 
You may choose the types of scholarship you want to apply for. You may pick as many topics to apply for, but you may only win 1 scholarship. You must answer the questions to ALL the topics you apply for (under the personal statement section). The topics are:
 
- Academics
- Extra-curricular/ community service
- Most improved or talent
 
****** Applications are due Wednesday, May 10th at 2:00PM SHARP. No Exceptions. *******
 
To access the application, please click the link below.
https://goo.gl/forms/oTiIL1bdRa7eB6u33
 
Please contact Ms. Ho if you have any questions or concerns.
 
4) 

The Riordan Scholars Program targets incoming 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students who are college-bound and interested in developing the necessary leadership skills to succeed in college and business. The comprehensive program includes:  

 

  • Eight Saturday sessions
  • Human resources and organizational behavior case study overviews led by UCLA Anderson faculty
  • Team-based exploration of the stock market
  • A real estate competition focusing on communities in Los Angeles
  • Guest speakers from top industry leaders
  • SAT preparatory workshops for 10th and 11th grade Scholars
  • Personal mentors
  • Professional development seminars that include résumé writing, interviewing techniques and networking workshops

*ALL of the above is provided on a tuition FREE basis to Riordan Scholars!!!

APPLICATION INFORMATION: To find out more about the application process please visit the How To Apply page.

http://www.anderson.ucla.edu/programs-and-outreach/riordan-programs/riordan-scholars/how-to-apply

Make an appointment with Ms. Vasquez if you need help applying! 

 
5)

THIS IS A REMINDER! Please

​register for your classes for the coming school year by filling out the Naviance survey that we have emailed you​

. The classes you select will not guarantee you

​r​

 place

​ment​

in 

​your​

​chosen ​

class

​es​, but rest assured we will do our best to accommodate your requests. You can access your registration survey by following the instructions below. 

 

  • Go to http://www.pbshsa.org
  • Under STUDENT select Naviance
  • Log into your Naviance account (If you forgot your username/ password email your counselor. 
  • Click on “ my planner” tab
  • Click on the purple tab “Task Assigned to Me”
  • Click on

the Registration Survey for your grade the coming year​​

 
  • Click on “To complete this task, you need to complete a survey.”
  • Complete the survey :)

 

The deadline to complete the survey is

Wednesday

​May

​3​

, 2017 

 

Please feel free to email

​your counselor if you have any questions.

 
 
Friday, April 28, 2017
 
1) 
There will be (6) $1,000 scholarships and (2) $200 scholarships. Applicants must be a graduating high school senior at Alliance Piera Barbaglia Shaheen Health Services Academy. You must attend a college after high school (2-yr, 4-yr, or vocational). There is NO GPA limit. 
 
You may choose the types of scholarship you want to apply for. You may pick as many topics to apply for, but you may only win 1 scholarship. You must answer the questions to ALL the topics you apply for (under the personal statement section). The topics are:
 
- Academics
- Extra-curricular/ community service
- Most improved or talent
 
****** Applications are due Wednesday, May 10th at 2:00PM SHARP. No Exceptions. *******
 
To access the application, please click the link below.
https://goo.gl/forms/oTiIL1bdRa7eB6u33
 
Please contact Ms. Ho if you have any questions or concerns.
 
2) 

The Riordan Scholars Program targets incoming 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students who are college-bound and interested in developing the necessary leadership skills to succeed in college and business. The comprehensive program includes:  

 

  • Eight Saturday sessions
  • Human resources and organizational behavior case study overviews led by UCLA Anderson faculty
  • Team-based exploration of the stock market
  • A real estate competition focusing on communities in Los Angeles
  • Guest speakers from top industry leaders
  • SAT preparatory workshops for 10th and 11th grade Scholars
  • Personal mentors
  • Professional development seminars that include résumé writing, interviewing techniques and networking workshops

*ALL of the above is provided on a tuition FREE basis to Riordan Scholars!!!

APPLICATION INFORMATION: To find out more about the application process please visit the How To Apply page.

http://www.anderson.ucla.edu/programs-and-outreach/riordan-programs/riordan-scholars/how-to-apply

Make an appointment with Ms. Vasquez if you need help applying! 

 
3)

THIS IS A REMINDER! Please

​register for your classes for the coming school year by filling out the Naviance survey that we have emailed you​

. The classes you select will not guarantee you

​r​

 place

​ment​

in 

​your​

​chosen ​

class

​es​, but rest assured we will do our best to accommodate your requests. You can access your registration survey by following the instructions below. 

 

  • Go to http://www.pbshsa.org
  • Under STUDENT select Naviance
  • Log into your Naviance account (If you forgot your username/ password email your counselor. 
  • Click on “ my planner” tab
  • Click on the purple tab “Task Assigned to Me”
  • Click on

the Registration Survey for your grade the coming year​​

 
  • Click on “To complete this task, you need to complete a survey.”
  • Complete the survey :)

 

The deadline to complete the survey is

Wednesday

​May

​3​

, 2017 

 

Please feel free to email

​your counselor if you have any questions.

 
 
Thursday, April 27, 2017
 
1) 

THIS IS A REMINDER! Please

​register for your classes for the coming school year by filling out the Naviance survey that we have emailed you​

. The classes you select will not guarantee you

​r​

 place

​ment​

in 

​your​

​chosen ​

class

​es​, but rest assured we will do our best to accommodate your requests. You can access your registration survey by following the instructions below. 

 

  • Go to http://www.pbshsa.org
  • Under STUDENT select Naviance
  • Log into your Naviance account (If you forgot your username/ password email your counselor. 
  • Click on “ my planner” tab
  • Click on the purple tab “Task Assigned to Me”
  • Click on

the Registration Survey for your grade the coming year​​

 
  • Click on “To complete this task, you need to complete a survey.”
  • Complete the survey :)

 

The deadline to complete the survey is

Wednesday

​May

​3​

, 2017 

 

Please feel free to email

​your counselor if you have any questions.

 
2) PBS-HSA Health Fair
 
3) This month’s mobile clinic will be held Monday April 24th. Don’t forget to sign up for your appointment online by Friday the 21st! See Ms. Taylor if you have any questions!  
 
Juniors, don’t forget that your applications for the UCLA Physician Shadow program are due Friday, April 21st by 4pm! You must submit a complete application (personal statement, application, and letter of recommendation) in order to be considered. See Ms. Taylor if you have any questions.
 
4) YPI Survey - English and YPI Encuesta - Espanol
 
5) 9th, 10th, and 11th Graders: Complete THIS SURVEY to provide information on the kinds of writing you would like to practice this summer.
 
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
 
 
2) This month’s mobile clinic will be held Monday April 24th. Don’t forget to sign up for your appointment online by Friday the 21st! See Ms. Taylor if you have any questions!  
 
Juniors, don’t forget that your applications for the UCLA Physician Shadow program are due Friday, April 21st by 4pm! You must submit a complete application (personal statement, application, and letter of recommendation) in order to be considered. See Ms. Taylor if you have any questions.
 
3) YPI Survey - English and YPI Encuesta - Espanol
 
4) 9th, 10th, and 11th Graders: Complete THIS SURVEY to provide information on the kinds of writing you would like to practice this summer.
 
Tuesday, April 25, 2017
 
 
2) This month’s mobile clinic will be held Monday April 24th. Don’t forget to sign up for your appointment online by Friday the 21st! See Ms. Taylor if you have any questions!  
 
Juniors, don’t forget that your applications for the UCLA Physician Shadow program are due Friday, April 21st by 4pm! You must submit a complete application (personal statement, application, and letter of recommendation) in order to be considered. See Ms. Taylor if you have any questions.
 
3) YPI Survey - English and YPI Encuesta - Espanol
 
4) 9th, 10th, and 11th Graders: Complete THIS SURVEY to provide information on the kinds of writing you would like to practice this summer.
 
Friday, April 21, 2017
 
 
2) This month’s mobile clinic will be held Monday April 24th. Don’t forget to sign up for your appointment online by Friday the 21st! See Ms. Taylor if you have any questions!  
 
Juniors, don’t forget that your applications for the UCLA Physician Shadow program are due Friday, April 21st by 4pm! You must submit a complete application (personal statement, application, and letter of recommendation) in order to be considered. See Ms. Taylor if you have any questions.
 
3) YPI Survey - English and YPI Encuesta - Espanol
 
4) 9th, 10th, and 11th Graders: Complete THIS SURVEY to provide information on the kinds of writing you would like to practice this summer.

 

5) Students,

 

Do you want free dress Monday, May 1, 2017?

 

Please help your parent complete the parent satisfaction survey and returned  it to the front office by Monday, April 24, 2017.

 

Return Instructions:

  • Put the completed survey in the envelope with your name
  • Seal envelope
  • Return to Ms. Marlene Buenrostro in the front office. A box for drop off will also be available

 

Once, the complete survey is received, and verified that is complete, you’ll get checked off for free dress for Monday, May 1, 2017. You can verify that you have received free dress by following the link.  

 

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1K0-r0r79wXqalWRkhqWBNLgKJByngPMuZwwc-U9kTFA/edit?usp=sharing

 

 

Special Note for siblings

If you didn’t receive a envelope your eldest sibling received it. Once returned both you and your sibling will be checked off for free dress on Monday, May 1, 2017

 

Seniors: 

 

Please assist yearbook by reminding seniors to vote for their Senior Superlatives. Cut off date/time is Today at 11:59pm 
 
Nomination form is located on the yearbook page (school website). 
 
How to locate the yearbook page? 
  1. Go to the school website
  2. Look under "Student" tab
  3. Select "Clubs/Activities"
  4. Select "Yearbook"
Thank you for your assistance! 
 
Thursday, April 20, 2017
 
1) This month’s mobile clinic will be held Monday April 24th. Don’t forget to sign up for your appointment online by Friday the 21st! See Ms. Taylor if you have any questions!  
 
Juniors, don’t forget that your applications for the UCLA Physician Shadow program are due Friday, April 21st by 4pm! You must submit a complete application (personal statement, application, and letter of recommendation) in order to be considered. See Ms. Taylor if you have any questions.
 
2) YPI Survey - English and YPI Encuesta - Espanol
 
3) 9th, 10th, and 11th Graders: Complete THIS SURVEY to provide information on the kinds of writing you would like to practice this summer.

 

4) Students,

 

Do you want free dress Monday, May 1, 2017?

 

Please help your parent complete the parent satisfaction survey and returned  it to the front office by Monday, April 24, 2017.

 

Return Instructions:

  • Put the completed survey in the envelope with your name
  • Seal envelope
  • Return to Ms. Marlene Buenrostro in the front office. A box for drop off will also be available

 

Once, the complete survey is received, and verified that is complete, you’ll get checked off for free dress for Monday, May 1, 2017. You can verify that you have received free dress by following the link.  

 

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1K0-r0r79wXqalWRkhqWBNLgKJByngPMuZwwc-U9kTFA/edit?usp=sharing

 

 

Special Note for siblings

If you didn’t receive a envelope your eldest sibling received it. Once returned both you and your sibling will be checked off for free dress on Monday, May 1, 2017

 
Tuesday, April 18, 2017
 
1) 9th & 10th Graders: ACT Aspire Test Information.
 
 
3) 9th, 10th, and 11th Graders: Complete THIS SURVEY to provide information on the kinds of writing you would like to practice this summer.

 

4) Students,

 

Do you want free dress Monday, May 1, 2017?

 

Please help your parent complete the parent satisfaction survey and returned  it to the front office by Monday, April 24, 2017.

 

Return Instructions:

  • Put the completed survey in the envelope with your name
  • Seal envelope
  • Return to Ms. Marlene Buenrostro in the front office. A box for drop off will also be available

 

Once, the complete survey is received, and verified that is complete, you’ll get checked off for free dress for Monday, May 1, 2017. You can verify that you have received free dress by following the link.  

 

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1K0-r0r79wXqalWRkhqWBNLgKJByngPMuZwwc-U9kTFA/edit?usp=sharing

 

 

Special Note for siblings

If you didn’t receive a envelope your eldest sibling received it. Once returned both you and your sibling will be checked off for free dress on Monday, May 1, 2017

 
Monday, April 17, 2017
 
Welcome back from spring break!
 
Friday, April 7, 2017
 
1) We are looking for youth that want to tell their stories through oral performance or visual art! On June 14th, 2017 at 6:30PM we will be holding "Rise Up, Speak Out: A Youth Storytelling Night" in Chinatown, Los Angeles. "Rise Up, Speak Out" is a special night that will bring youth of Los Angeles together to tell their stories. NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED! If you are between the ages of 14-20 years old and want to tell your story through oral performance or visual art, please apply below. ABOUT THE THEME, "Rise Up, Speak Out": In this time when many people, like people of color, LGBTQ people, Muslims, and immigrants face abuse from law enforcement and the Trump administration and his supporters, simply sharing our stories can be a form of protest. Whether it is through art or oral storytelling, rising up and speaking out about what we have been through in our lives can be a powerful statement to let oppressors know: "We are here, and we won't take this.  For Application, Click Here.
 
2) 

You are invited to a college fair to learn about the 14 universities in the Southeastern Conference. The event is FREE and open to ALL high school students and their families. Each university will give an individual presentation during the college fair. 

COLLEGE FAIR DATES & LOCATIONS

San Diego, CA

April 18

April 18, 2017

Hilton San Diego/Del Mar

15575 Jimmy Durante Blvd

Del Mar, CA

7 - 9 p.m. (Fair)

Map

Pasadena, CA

April 19

April 19, 2017

Hilton Pasadena

168 South Los Robles Ave

Pasadena, CA

7 - 9 p.m. (Fair)

Map

Irvine, CA

April 20

April 20, 2017

Hilton Irvine

18800 MacArthur Blvd.

Irvine, CA

7 - 9 p.m. (Fair)

Map

 

https://www.seccollegetour.org/spring-event/spring-students/

 
Tuesday, April 4, 2017
 
1) Today is the Blood Drive.  Thank you for donating.
 
2) SENIORS ONLY: Prom Court Nominations
 
 
4) HSA's Literary Magazine, LIT is on news stands NOW.  The second edition is about Women. READ HERE.
 
 
Monday, April 3, 2017
 
1) Week 31 Events Bulletin 
 
2) HSA's Literary Magazine, LIT is on news stands NOW.  The second edition is about Women. READ HERE.
 
 
4) Blood Drive: April 4th, Sign up with ASB to save 3 lives!
 
5) 
THE BEVERLY HILLS-HOLLYWOOD NAACP BRANCH
 
INVITES 9th-12th Graders to Compete in ACT-SO!
 
We are having an ACT-SO Orientation on April 8th at Ward A.M.E. to share information about the program. 
Attached is the Orientation flyer.
Please post the flyers in a place where the students will see it and want to take advantage of the Opportunity! Or have them view the video at NAACP | ACT-SO
 
 
 
 WHAT IS ACT-SO?  ACT-SO is an annual competition and enrichment program sponsored by the NAACP, designed to recognize high academic and cultural achievements focused on African-American students in math, science, performing and visual arts, and the humanities, and open to ALL students of color.  There are 29 academic categories and students can choose to participate in up to 3.
 
 WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS?  It’s an opportunity for dedicated students to network with each other, and receive valuable feedback from respected industry professionals.  Contestants who win first place  locally, qualify to attend the National ACT-SO competition in July, with travel and hotel expenses paid to Baltimore, MD!  National gold, silver and bronze winners win monetary prizes, scholarships and other sponsor prizes. 
 
WHEN IS THE COMPETITION?  This year the Beverly Hills-Hollywood NAACP ACT-SO competition will be held at Ward A.M.E. on April, 22, 2017.  For further information, please visithttp://www.beverlyhillshollywoodnaacp.org/ or call323.464.7616. 
 
Students can fill out an application for April 22 competition atwww.BeverlyHillsHollywoodNAACP.org and click on ACTSO online application. 
 
Wednesday, March 29, 2017
 
1) HSA's Literary Magazine, LIT is on news stands NOW.  The second edition is about Women. READ HERE.
 
 
3) Hey juniors, we are interested in your ideas and opinions for your 2017-18 senior week. Please click here and fill out the survey.
 
4) Spring Fling Dance: March 31st, 7-11pm, Chester Washington Golf Course, ASB is selling tickets
 
5) Blood Drive: April 4th, Sign up with ASB to save 3 lives!
 
Monday, March 27, 2017
 
1) Week 30 Bulletin
 
 
3) Hey juniors, we are interested in your ideas and opinions for your 2017-18 senior week. Please click here and fill out the survey.
 
4) Spring Fling Dance: March 31st, 7-11pm, Chester Washington Golf Course, ASB is selling tickets
 
5) Blood Drive: April 4th, Sign up with ASB to save 3 lives!
 
Wednesday, March 22, 2017
 
1) YPI HIKING TRIP ON 3/25/2017 POSTPONED DUE TO WEATHER. WE WILL RESCHEDULE FOR A LATER DATE T.B.A.
 
2)

Dear Students, 

 

Please take the Naviance Interest Survey. We would like to know what classes you are interested in taking next year.  The classes you select will not guarantee that you will be placed in that class or that we will offer that specific class. You can access the survey by following the instructions below. 

 

  • Go to http://www.pbshsa.org
  • Under STUDENT select Naviance
  • Log into your Naviance account (If you forgot your username/ password email your counselor. 
  • Click on “ my planner” tab
  • Click on the purple tab “Tasks Assigned to Me”
  • Click on _____________Year Interest Survey
  • Click on “To complete this task, you need to complete a survey.”
  • Complete the survey :)

 

The deadline to complete the survey is Friday, March 24, 2017 

 

Please feel free to email Ms. Vasquez if you have any questions.

 
3) 
SENIORS: Please make sure to take this survey in order to get the music you want played at prom!
 
2) Attention juniors, Are you interested in a PAID summer internship involving medical research? Project Stride is a 10 week biomedical and clinical research internship hosted by Charles Drew University that focuses on studying diseases that overwhelmingly impact minority communities.  If you are interested in applying for this summer’s cohort, see Ms. Taylor in room 106 or go online to projectstridecdu.net. Applications are due Friday, March 24th so don’t hesitate!
 
3) Week 29 Bulletin
 
4)  Office of the CEO: Broadway Dreams at The Wallis
The Wallis is proud to be the LA area home for Broadway Dreams, one of the nation’s premier training programs for musical theater artists, from teens through adults. The summer intensive and showcase performance will be at The Wallis June 18-25, 2017. This is a fantastic opportunity to learn from and perform with leading stars from Broadway. In recent years, the faculty at The Wallis has included Nicole Parker (“Wicked”), Taye Diggs (“Rent”), choreographer Spencer Liff (“Spring Awakening,” “Falsettos”), and director Stafford Arima (“Allegiance”). Here is a flyer with more information. The next auditions will be at The Wallis April 8Here is the link to sign-up for an audition time
 
You can also learn more at the Broadway Dreams website. Scholarships are available for students needing financial assistance. For questions, contact Mark Slavkin, Director of Education at The Wallis, at mslavkin@thewallis.org 
 
5) Video Game Survey
 
6) Student Survey for Tutoring
 
7) Spring Fling Dance: March 31st, 7-11pm, Chester Washington Golf Course, ASB is selling tickets
 
8) March Final Friday: March 24 during lunch
 
9) JUNIORS: UCLA Doctor Shadow Program
 
10)  

Together We Dream: Feria de Derechos de Inmigrantes

(Immigrants Rights Fair)

 

Sábado 25 Marzo 2017 

Saturday, March 25, 2017

 

9am-1pm

 

Aprenda como las escuelas y educadores están ayudando a proteger a lost estudiantes inmigrantes. Recursos GRATIS para los asistentes incluyen:

  • Tallers "Conozca sus derechos" 
  • Oportunidades de conocer a sus representantes locales y estatales
  • Feria de Recursos
  • Consultas legales
  • Sección para abogacía
  • Reuniones Restaurativas
  • Diversion para los niños 
  • Comida, musica y mas!
 
 
Hable con Ms. Buenrostro (323)377-5970mbuenrostro@laalliance.org para registrarse 

 

Hear how schools and educators are helping to protect immigrant students. FREE Resources for attendees include: 

  • "Know Your Rights" Workshops
  • Opportunity to meet elected representatives
  • Resource Fair
  • Legal Consultations
  • Activism Alley
  • Healing Circles
  • Playzone Arts & Crafts for kids
  • Food trucks, live music, & more!
 
 
Contact Ms. Buenrostro at (323)377-5970 or mbuenrostro@laalliance.org to register
 
11) 
SCLA is a free 12-week computer science and entrepreneurship program for low-income African-American and Latino boys between the 8th and 11th grades.
 
From June 14 - August 5 at the University of Southern California, young men of color will learn how to code and build their own tech businesses. At the end of the summer, they will compete at Demo Day to win startup funding and a trip to Silicon Valley!
 
Invite young men of color to join our network of tech leaders. They will gain confidence while solving community problems, making lifelong connections, and becoming part of our brotherhood, the "Navy SEALS" of Los Angeles tech. For more information and to apply click here
 
12) Good morning students, Do you feel like you need to talk to someone? Someone that can relate to you? Do you need help with any of the following? 

 

•    Improving grades

•    Study skills 

•    Stress management strategies 

•    Setting goals for the future 

•    College and career questions

•    Financial aid/scholarships

Do you feel shy talking to your counselor or teachers? Consider talking to one of our Peer Counselors! Peer counselors will summons you out during themed advisory in about 1-2 weeks. If you have any questions please feel free to email Ms. Vasquez at cvasquez@laalliance.org

Fill out the following Google form if you are interested in being matched with a peer counselor.

 

https://goo.gl/forms/CX70W5i74DJJqKxk1

 

 If you would like to talk to your counselor don’t hesitate to make an appointment with us here.

 
13) Hispanic Scholarship Fund College Day
 
14) Youth Empowerment Summit taking place this Saturday at Lincoln High School in East LA. The goal is to provide resources and guidance to those affected by deportation and the overall political climate. Click the link to check out the website of the Immigrant Youth Coalition for more details and their past work.
 
15) A contest called Black and Latino Men Read. To apply is easy! All they need to do is write a 1-1 1/2 page essay of a book that impacted their lives and a photo of them reading. The highest cash prize is $500!
 
16) 

(HS) Chicano Latino Youth Leadership Project Inc- Summer Institute Deadlines: April 19, 2017

CLYLP programs provide an opportunity to young people at a crucial moment in their lives to build their capacity and ambition, as well as alter their life courses.  Using curriculum built upon the values of Community, Culture, College, and Careers, (the Four C’s) CLYLP programs motivate young people to pursue their education and become involved, engaged members of their communities.  Moreover, the CLYLP enhances the leadership skills, academic preparation, self-esteem, and cultural awareness of young people.  The program is at no cost.

Link: https://goo.gl/EwnSBR


(HS Seniors) El Camino College-Puente Program Deadline: TBD

Puente is a support program for students to build the skills necessary for success in both their academic and career goals while in community college. The Puente Project Program prepares the student for success by focusing on three academic aspects:  English Instruction, Counseling, and Mentoring. Puente is now accepting students for Fall 2017 and will have information sessions throughout March. Important Note: Students planning to attend El Camino can enroll in multiple support/ first-year programs.

Link: goo.gl/mJCkCd


(HS Rising Juniors) Carleton College Summer Liberal Arts Program Deadline: April 1, 2017

Carleton College is honored to host an inspiring summer program designed for the best and brightest college-bound students representing high schools across the country. The Carleton Liberal Arts Experience (CLAE) will select 52 high school students who have just completed their sophomore year and bring them to Carleton, all expenses paid (FREE), for a one-week summer program. The CLAE program introduces the strengths of a liberal arts education through an array of courses in science, art, social sciences, and technology.

Link: https://goo.gl/GQXQWP


(HS Rising Juniors & Seniors) Chapman University HS Workshop in Experimental Economics

Deadline: April 7, 2017

The Economic Science Institute at Chapman University will host one week-long IFREE and Thomas W. Smith Foundation sponsored workshop on experimental economics for rising junior and senior students. For those rising seniors who might not have the opportunity to study economics in their high schools, the objective of these workshops is to expose them to and get them interested in the foundations of economic analysis using experimental economics. A subset of the students may have already taken economics classes, and for those students, the goal is to cultivate their interest in economics and introduce them to economics as an observational science with new topics, problems, and experiments. This workshop does not assume any previous study in economics.

Link: https://goo.gl/2A7k3X



(HS) The Student Conservation Association Summer Youth Programs Deadline: Rolling
Are you a high school student who is passionate about conservation? Do you like working as part of a team to get things done? Do you just love being outdoors?

Join an SCA Crew and plug yourself into SCA’s nationwide network of young conservationists – thousands of students who are as passionate as you are about preserving wildlands, protecting nature in urban areas, and keeping the planet green.

SCA offers a range of programs for youth ages 15-19. Whether you want to serve in your local community or explore public lands across the country, SCA has something for you!
Link: https://goo.gl/PzwI5s

 

 

 Out of school Opportunities Newsletter

 
Tuesday, March 21, 2017
 
1) SENIORS: Please make sure to take this survey in order to get the music you want played at prom!
 
2) Attention juniors, Are you interested in a PAID summer internship involving medical research? Project Stride is a 10 week biomedical and clinical research internship hosted by Charles Drew University that focuses on studying diseases that overwhelmingly impact minority communities.  If you are interested in applying for this summer’s cohort, see Ms. Taylor in room 106 or go online to projectstridecdu.net. Applications are due Friday, March 24th so don’t hesitate!
3) Week 29 Bulletin
 
4)  Office of the CEO: Broadway Dreams at The Wallis
The Wallis is proud to be the LA area home for Broadway Dreams, one of the nation’s premier training programs for musical theater artists, from teens through adults. The summer intensive and showcase performance will be at The Wallis June 18-25, 2017. This is a fantastic opportunity to learn from and perform with leading stars from Broadway. In recent years, the faculty at The Wallis has included Nicole Parker (“Wicked”), Taye Diggs (“Rent”), choreographer Spencer Liff (“Spring Awakening,” “Falsettos”), and director Stafford Arima (“Allegiance”). Here is a flyer with more information. The next auditions will be at The Wallis April 8Here is the link to sign-up for an audition time
 
You can also learn more at the Broadway Dreams website. Scholarships are available for students needing financial assistance. For questions, contact Mark Slavkin, Director of Education at The Wallis, at mslavkin@thewallis.org 
 
5) Video Game Survey
 
6) Student Survey for Tutoring
 
7) Spring Fling Dance: March 31st, 7-11pm, Chester Washington Golf Course, ASB is selling tickets
 
8) March Final Friday: March 24 during lunch
 
9) JUNIORS: UCLA Doctor Shadow Program
 
10)  

Together We Dream: Feria de Derechos de Inmigrantes

(Immigrants Rights Fair)

 

Sábado 25 Marzo 2017 

Saturday, March 25, 2017

 

9am-1pm

 

Aprenda como las escuelas y educadores están ayudando a proteger a lost estudiantes inmigrantes. Recursos GRATIS para los asistentes incluyen:

  • Tallers "Conozca sus derechos" 
  • Oportunidades de conocer a sus representantes locales y estatales
  • Feria de Recursos
  • Consultas legales
  • Sección para abogacía
  • Reuniones Restaurativas
  • Diversion para los niños 
  • Comida, musica y mas!
 
 
Hable con Ms. Buenrostro (323)377-5970mbuenrostro@laalliance.org para registrarse 

 

Hear how schools and educators are helping to protect immigrant students. FREE Resources for attendees include: 

  • "Know Your Rights" Workshops
  • Opportunity to meet elected representatives
  • Resource Fair
  • Legal Consultations
  • Activism Alley
  • Healing Circles
  • Playzone Arts & Crafts for kids
  • Food trucks, live music, & more!
 
 
Contact Ms. Buenrostro at (323)377-5970 or mbuenrostro@laalliance.org to register
 
11) 
SCLA is a free 12-week computer science and entrepreneurship program for low-income African-American and Latino boys between the 8th and 11th grades.
 
From June 14 - August 5 at the University of Southern California, young men of color will learn how to code and build their own tech businesses. At the end of the summer, they will compete at Demo Day to win startup funding and a trip to Silicon Valley!
 
Invite young men of color to join our network of tech leaders. They will gain confidence while solving community problems, making lifelong connections, and becoming part of our brotherhood, the "Navy SEALS" of Los Angeles tech. For more information and to apply click here
 
12) Good morning students, Do you feel like you need to talk to someone? Someone that can relate to you? Do you need help with any of the following? 

 

•    Improving grades

•    Study skills 

•    Stress management strategies 

•    Setting goals for the future 

•    College and career questions

•    Financial aid/scholarships

Do you feel shy talking to your counselor or teachers? Consider talking to one of our Peer Counselors! Peer counselors will summons you out during themed advisory in about 1-2 weeks. If you have any questions please feel free to email Ms. Vasquez at cvasquez@laalliance.org

Fill out the following Google form if you are interested in being matched with a peer counselor.

 

https://goo.gl/forms/CX70W5i74DJJqKxk1

 

 If you would like to talk to your counselor don’t hesitate to make an appointment with us here.

 
13) Hispanic Scholarship Fund College Day
 
14) Youth Empowerment Summit taking place this Saturday at Lincoln High School in East LA. The goal is to provide resources and guidance to those affected by deportation and the overall political climate. Click the link to check out the website of the Immigrant Youth Coalition for more details and their past work.
 
15) A contest called Black and Latino Men Read. To apply is easy! All they need to do is write a 1-1 1/2 page essay of a book that impacted their lives and a photo of them reading. The highest cash prize is $500!
 
16) 

(HS) Chicano Latino Youth Leadership Project Inc- Summer Institute Deadlines: April 19, 2017

CLYLP programs provide an opportunity to young people at a crucial moment in their lives to build their capacity and ambition, as well as alter their life courses.  Using curriculum built upon the values of Community, Culture, College, and Careers, (the Four C’s) CLYLP programs motivate young people to pursue their education and become involved, engaged members of their communities.  Moreover, the CLYLP enhances the leadership skills, academic preparation, self-esteem, and cultural awareness of young people.  The program is at no cost.

Link: https://goo.gl/EwnSBR


(HS Seniors) El Camino College-Puente Program Deadline: TBD

Puente is a support program for students to build the skills necessary for success in both their academic and career goals while in community college. The Puente Project Program prepares the student for success by focusing on three academic aspects:  English Instruction, Counseling, and Mentoring. Puente is now accepting students for Fall 2017 and will have information sessions throughout March. Important Note: Students planning to attend El Camino can enroll in multiple support/ first-year programs.

Link: goo.gl/mJCkCd


(HS Rising Juniors) Carleton College Summer Liberal Arts Program Deadline: April 1, 2017

Carleton College is honored to host an inspiring summer program designed for the best and brightest college-bound students representing high schools across the country. The Carleton Liberal Arts Experience (CLAE) will select 52 high school students who have just completed their sophomore year and bring them to Carleton, all expenses paid (FREE), for a one-week summer program. The CLAE program introduces the strengths of a liberal arts education through an array of courses in science, art, social sciences, and technology.

Link: https://goo.gl/GQXQWP


(HS Rising Juniors & Seniors) Chapman University HS Workshop in Experimental Economics

Deadline: April 7, 2017

The Economic Science Institute at Chapman University will host one week-long IFREE and Thomas W. Smith Foundation sponsored workshop on experimental economics for rising junior and senior students. For those rising seniors who might not have the opportunity to study economics in their high schools, the objective of these workshops is to expose them to and get them interested in the foundations of economic analysis using experimental economics. A subset of the students may have already taken economics classes, and for those students, the goal is to cultivate their interest in economics and introduce them to economics as an observational science with new topics, problems, and experiments. This workshop does not assume any previous study in economics.

Link: https://goo.gl/2A7k3X



(HS) The Student Conservation Association Summer Youth Programs Deadline: Rolling
Are you a high school student who is passionate about conservation? Do you like working as part of a team to get things done? Do you just love being outdoors?

Join an SCA Crew and plug yourself into SCA’s nationwide network of young conservationists – thousands of students who are as passionate as you are about preserving wildlands, protecting nature in urban areas, and keeping the planet green.

SCA offers a range of programs for youth ages 15-19. Whether you want to serve in your local community or explore public lands across the country, SCA has something for you!
Link: https://goo.gl/PzwI5s

 

 

 Out of school Opportunities Newsletter

 
Monday, March 20, 2017
 
2)  Office of the CEO: Broadway Dreams at The Wallis
The Wallis is proud to be the LA area home for Broadway Dreams, one of the nation’s premier training programs for musical theater artists, from teens through adults. The summer intensive and showcase performance will be at The Wallis June 18-25, 2017. This is a fantastic opportunity to learn from and perform with leading stars from Broadway. In recent years, the faculty at The Wallis has included Nicole Parker (“Wicked”), Taye Diggs (“Rent”), choreographer Spencer Liff (“Spring Awakening,” “Falsettos”), and director Stafford Arima (“Allegiance”). Here is a flyer with more information. The next auditions will be at The Wallis April 8Here is the link to sign-up for an audition time
 
You can also learn more at the Broadway Dreams website. Scholarships are available for students needing financial assistance. For questions, contact Mark Slavkin, Director of Education at The Wallis, at mslavkin@thewallis.org 
 
Friday, March 17, 2017
 
 
2) Student Survey for Tutoring
 
3) Spring Fling Dance: March 31st, 7-11pm, Chester Washington Golf Course, ASB is selling tickets
 
4) March Final Friday: March 24 during lunch
 
5) Student Store Survey
 
6) Ms. Fine's Homeroom: Please take the following agenda survey.
 
7) College Survey- Tell us how well you understand college.

 
 
Senior Mentors- As a Senior Mentor, you will talk in front of underclassmen to talk about your experiences as a Senior.
You will talk about regrets, warning, good things, and bad things that happened as a Senior and when preparing for college.
 
8) JUNIORS: UCLA Doctor Shadow Program
 
9)  

Together We Dream: Feria de Derechos de Inmigrantes

(Immigrants Rights Fair)

 

Sábado 25 Marzo 2017 

Saturday, March 25, 2017

 

9am-1pm

 

Aprenda como las escuelas y educadores están ayudando a proteger a lost estudiantes inmigrantes. Recursos GRATIS para los asistentes incluyen:

  • Tallers "Conozca sus derechos" 
  • Oportunidades de conocer a sus representantes locales y estatales
  • Feria de Recursos
  • Consultas legales
  • Sección para abogacía
  • Reuniones Restaurativas
  • Diversion para los niños 
  • Comida, musica y mas!
 
 
Hable con Ms. Buenrostro (323)377-5970mbuenrostro@laalliance.org para registrarse 

 

Hear how schools and educators are helping to protect immigrant students. FREE Resources for attendees include: 

  • "Know Your Rights" Workshops
  • Opportunity to meet elected representatives
  • Resource Fair
  • Legal Consultations
  • Activism Alley
  • Healing Circles
  • Playzone Arts & Crafts for kids
  • Food trucks, live music, & more!
 
 
Contact Ms. Buenrostro at (323)377-5970 or mbuenrostro@laalliance.org to register
 
10) 
SCLA is a free 12-week computer science and entrepreneurship program for low-income African-American and Latino boys between the 8th and 11th grades.
 
From June 14 - August 5 at the University of Southern California, young men of color will learn how to code and build their own tech businesses. At the end of the summer, they will compete at Demo Day to win startup funding and a trip to Silicon Valley!
 
Invite young men of color to join our network of tech leaders. They will gain confidence while solving community problems, making lifelong connections, and becoming part of our brotherhood, the "Navy SEALS" of Los Angeles tech. For more information and to apply click here
 
11) Good morning students, Do you feel like you need to talk to someone? Someone that can relate to you? Do you need help with any of the following? 

 

•    Improving grades

•    Study skills 

•    Stress management strategies 

•    Setting goals for the future 

•    College and career questions

•    Financial aid/scholarships

Do you feel shy talking to your counselor or teachers? Consider talking to one of our Peer Counselors! Peer counselors will summons you out during themed advisory in about 1-2 weeks. If you have any questions please feel free to email Ms. Vasquez at cvasquez@laalliance.org

Fill out the following Google form if you are interested in being matched with a peer counselor.

 

https://goo.gl/forms/CX70W5i74DJJqKxk1

 

 If you would like to talk to your counselor don’t hesitate to make an appointment with us here.

 
12) Hispanic Scholarship Fund College Day
 
13) Youth Empowerment Summit taking place this Saturday at Lincoln High School in East LA. The goal is to provide resources and guidance to those affected by deportation and the overall political climate. Click the link to check out the website of the Immigrant Youth Coalition for more details and their past work.
 
14) A contest called Black and Latino Men Read. To apply is easy! All they need to do is write a 1-1 1/2 page essay of a book that impacted their lives and a photo of them reading. The highest cash prize is $500!
 
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(HS) Chicano Latino Youth Leadership Project Inc- Summer Institute Deadlines: April 19, 2017

CLYLP programs provide an opportunity to young people at a crucial moment in their lives to build their capacity and ambition, as well as alter their life courses.  Using curriculum built upon the values of Community, Culture, College, and Careers, (the Four C’s) CLYLP programs motivate young people to pursue their education and become involved, engaged members of their communities.  Moreover, the CLYLP enhances the leadership skills, academic preparation, self-esteem, and cultural awareness of young people.  The program is at no cost.

Link: https://goo.gl/EwnSBR


(HS Seniors) El Camino College-Puente Program Deadline: TBD