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Student Bulletin   February 22, 2017



1                          7:40 -   9:01

Priority Period     9:07 -  9:37

2                          9:43 – 11:06

1st Lunch           11:06 - 11:36

3    (2nd lunch)     11:12 –  12:33

3    (1st lunch)      11:42  -  1:03

2nd Lunch            12:33 – 1:03

4                           1:09  -  2:30 

SENIORS: Graduation is coming up quickly and diplomas will be ordered soon! Please check the list of names posted to the window outside of Student Services to make sure that we have your FULL name correct and that the spelling is correct (your Diploma needs to match your Birth Certificate). Please see Ms. Toste in the office ASAP to make any changes.

JUNIOR STATE OF AMERICA: Meeting TODAY after school in Room 603.  (Dooley)


CAREER CENTER NEWS:  *The American Legion, Alyn W. Butler, Post is offering a $500 scholarship. Applicants must be a child or grandchild of a veteran. Forms available in the CCC.

*Seniors! There are only 6 days left to turn in scholarships! Reminder…each scholarship needs a personal statement or special essay AND a general application OR a special application. Keep up the good work and remember Gretzky’s famous words, “You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take,” so take a shot at FREE money and recognition for your hard work.

*The City of Roseville is looking to hire students for summer recreational aides, lifeguards and swim instructors. Candidates must be a minimum of 14 years of age.

*The Spring 2017 Sacramento FBI Teen Academy is welcoming a select number of high school juniors to attend the April 7th session. Applications are due TOMORROW by 4pm.  Applications and information can be picked up in the CCC.



VARSITY BOYS BASKETBALL @ 1ST Round DII Playoffs vs. Yuba City HS @ Home  7pm

VARSITY GIRLS SOCCER @ 1ST Round DII Playoffs vs. River City HS @ RCHS  6:30pm

JV BOYS GOLF vs. Vista Del Lago @ Diamond Oaks GC   3pm   (Release: 1:50pm)




BLACK HISTORY MONTH HIGHTLIGHT:  “The revolution has always been in the hands of the young. The young always inherit the revolution.” Huey Newton was an African American activist who formed the Black Panther Party in 1966 for Self-Defense. He created the national organization as a way to collectively combat white oppression. After constantly seeing black people suffer from the torturous practices of police officers around the nation, Newton and others helped to form the pioneering black liberation group to help build community and confront corrupt systems of power. The Black Panther Party performed community services such as opening educational facilities, food security programs, and martial arts training for teenagers. He earned doctorate in Social Consciousness in 1980. His dissertation, “War Against the Panthers: A Study of Repression in America,” was later published as a book.  (Black Student Union)