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Student Bulletin   January 13, 2017

 

TODAY’S SCHEDULE

1                          7:40 -   9:01

Priority Period 4  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 

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/1/1c/Martin_Luther_King%2C_Jr_.svg/1147px-Martin_Luther_King%2C_Jr_.svg.png“Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter” (Martin Luther King, Jr.)

This Monday, January 16, we honor civil rights activist and Nobel Peace Prize Winner Martin Luther King Jr. Known for his advancement in civil rights using nonviolence, King played a pivotal role in ending the legal segregation of African-American citizens in the United States. One of only 3 Americans to have a national holiday, we celebrate King as one of the most influential and inspirational African Americans in history. His legacy lives on today in the hearts and minds of millions of people all over the world in efforts to make his Dream of all people of color being treated equally become a reality. His insightful words still ring true years after his death: “Now is the time to lift our nation from the quick sands of racial injustice to the solid rock of brotherhood.” (Black Student Union)

CASABA: Nominations for Casaba Court end on January 19. Pick up a nomination form in Room 606 and nominate any eligible senior who has not been on Junior Prom or Homecoming Court. (Mattix)

LIBRARY! Community Service Opportunity! The Roseville Public Library is looking for volunteers to help with its used book sale on Saturday (1/28). Students can work in the morning, afternoon or both and receive up to 2 hours of community service per session. Come to the library to sign up and get the needed permission slip.

LOST & FOUND: Be sure to check the big bin at Student Services if you have lost a clothing item, backpack, etc.  If you have lost a small item like jewelry or glasses, see Mrs. Carstens at the Student Services window.  (Jordan)

EUROPE TRIP MEETING FOR 2018 & 2019 TRIPS: There will be a short informational meeting after the 4th period class has ended after Back to School Night.  Those interested in the 2018 Trip (Juniors) meet in in Room P-22 (Mr. Errecart’s room).  Those interested in the 2019 Trip (Sophomores & Freshmen) meet in Room 507 (Mr. Andreatta’s room). (Andreatta)

CAREER CENTER NEWS: *SENIORS! Now is the time to submit the list of colleges you have been accepted to and have a personalized pennant displayed on the 2nd Annual CCC College Wall of Fame! Forms are available in the CCC (Admin. 4). *If you are taking the SAT this year, B & B Test Prep weekend classes are being offered February 11 and April 22. Cost is $175 for 6 hours of instruction. Registration forms available in the CCC or by visiting bb@bbtestprep.com.

SPORTS NEWS: *TRACK & FIELD: Parent Meeting for track team will be Friday (1/20), 6-7pm in the RHS Library.  (Christian)

TODAY’S SPORTS EVENTS:

FROSH/JV/VARSITY BOYS SOCCER vs. Whitney @ Home (Hanson Field)

 Fr-3:30/JV-5:30/V-7pm

FROSH/JV/VARSITY BOYS BASKETBALL vs. Cosumnes Oaks @ COHS 4/5:30/7pm

            (Release: Frosh/JV- 2pm)

FROSH/JV/VARSITY GIRLS BASKETBALL vs. Cosumnes Oaks @ Home     4/5:30/7pm

VARSITY WRESTLING @ Tim Brown Memorial @ Sac Memorial Auditorium   9am

             (Release: All Day) (Tournament continues on Sat.)

            Saturday (1/14)

VARSITY/JV/GIRLS WRESTLING @ Fuller Invitational @ Lincoln HS     9am

 

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