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    Announcement: 2012-02-17

    WEEKLY ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR FEB. 17-18

    By Julianne King, Writer

    Friday
    Lunch ? Cheeseburger ? 12:35 p.m.
    CSF meeting ? Room 621 ? 12:35 p.m.
    JV Boys Basketball ? Parlier High School ? 3:30 p.m.
    Boys Basketball ? Parlier High School ? 6:30 p.m.
    Girls Basketball ? Parlier High School ? 6:30 p.m.

    Saturday
    NOTS Parent Viewing ? Music Suite ? 9-11 a.m.
    Night of the Stars (NOTS) ? The Grand 1401 ? 6 p.m.

    CSF MEETING
    There will be a California Scholarship Federation meeting, Feb. 17 in Room 621 at 12:35 p.m. The club will be discussing this semester’s upcoming plans.

    NOTS FILMS PARENT VIEWING
    On the morning of Night of the Stars, Feb. 18, parents may come and watch each class’s movie made for the night’s event in the Music Suite. The showing will start at 9 a.m. with bagels, juice and coffee provided.

    Following the showing of the movies, awards are handed out for categories, such as, Best Actor, Actress, Film, etc. In addition to these categories, we also present the Parents Choice Award; the award for the best movie as decided by the parents. Parents and the FC community are invited to attend the viewing of all four movies, followed by a voting session. Seating is limited so please be prompt.

    DRESS CODE
    In an effort to tighten up on dress code violations, the school administration is enacting a new procedure. When a student is judged to be out of dress code by a teacher, the teacher is to send the student to the office. The teacher will send an iChat to the secretaries in the office, letting them know the student is being sent. The teacher does not need to be specific regarding the infraction – just the student’s name, and the dress code issue including “pants,” “skirt,” “top,” etc. The secretaries are to issue appropriate loaner clothes (sweats and/or shirt) and collect the student’s cell phone as collateral. This rule includes students who have been told by a teacher to pull up sagging pants more than once during the day. The principal will notify parents via email that their child was seen for a dress code infraction.

    TALENT SHOW CONTESTANTS
    Congratulations to Ivette Ibarra and Mark Bennett for being chosen to represent Fresno Christian in the WSL talent show! They will be competing with acts from five other high schools including Caruthers, Fowler, Firebaugh, Mendota and Tranquility. They will travel Feb. 16 to Firebaugh, Mendota and Tranquility. On Feb. 23, they will travel to Caruthers and Fowler in the morning and finish off with a final performance at Fresno Christian in the afternoon.

    SCHOLASTIC JOURNALISM WEEK
    The Journalism Education Association (JEA) has scheduled Feb. 19-25, 2012, as Scholastic Journalism Week. The JEA is one of two national organizations in which The Feather Online is a member. The Feather staff is celebrating the week by studying journalists through history, promoting The Feather’s purpose on campus, sharing what journalism means to the seniors on staff and thanking its readers both on campus and in the community. Last year The Feather met with Clovis West’s newspaper staff to discuss their combined work in journalism and expect to meet together again to celebrate their publications and share experiences. The Feather editors want to encourage its readers and community supporters to share the importance of the student press and its voice. They will also schedule various promotions throughout the week. Stay tuned for further information.

    PLACEMENT TESTING
    All seniors who are planning on attending a community college, Fresno City College will be hosting Math and English placement testing at 8 a.m. on March 12 in the JJ Room. Arrive early, bring a #2 pencil, a photo ID, and know your State Center Community College District ID number. To take this test you must be enrolled at a local community college. This test is also recognized by the other SCCCD campuses (Willow, Madera, Reedley, Oakhurst, etc.).

    FCS AUCTION
    The FCS Auction is the premier fundraising event with the proceeds enriching our programs and developing our campus. We are seeking quality donations to be sold at the auction that will be held on March 17, 2012, in the FC Gym in the Peoples Church campus. Donations are greatly appreciated. Popular items include new merchandise, gift certificates, handcrafted boutique items, all types of professional services, entertainment packages, vacation packages, recreational equipment and outings, collectibles, jewelry, electronic equipment, landscaping or gardening supplies, fancy desserts, and of course, cash to help with the cost of the event. Your creativity is the limit.

    Please make a commitment to donate now! All donations to Fresno Christian Schools are tax deductible.
    For ticket information contact Susan Lee in the Central Office at 299-1695 ext. 100

    MISSING ITEMS
    These items are missing from these students: Brieann Winchell’s grafting calculator, Stephan Melendez’s calculator with a blue face, Summer Villanueba’s dark Samsung touch-screen phone with a ‘gears of war’ sticker on the back and Zac Smith’s T-Mobile flip phone with black and gray charger. If found, please returns these items to the students or to the high school office.

    VARSITY BOYS EARN NO. 1 RANKING IN STATE’s CENTRAL SECTION
    For the first time in FCS history, a varsity team has been ranked No. 1 in the State’s Central Section in Division V. The varsity boys basketball team is currently the top team in California according to MaxPreps.com. After the boys defeated Tranquillity earlier this week and after the previous leader, Westwood, lost their latest game, the FC Eagles are now the No. 1 team.

    WINTER FORMAL: NOTS TICKETS
    The early bird price for NOTS tickets is $50 and regular price will be $55. You can ask an individual to go or go with a group. If a boys asks a girl in a creative way, the students may submit their plan to Student Leadership and have a chance to win two free tickets. NOTS will be at The Grand 1401, in downtown Fresno, starting at 5 p.m., Feb. 18.

    SPRING SPORTS
    Signups are now outside of the Athletic Office for spring sports. The upcoming sports are baseball, boys tennis and track.

    DETENTION WARNING
    Michelle Warkentin will now be monitoring all tardies and holding detention on Mondays for the students who qualify.

    YEARBOOK
    The yearbook editors are putting a literary magazine into the yearbook to showcase our student body’s artistic talent. If students have any sort of talent such as paintings, 3D sculptures, embroidery, poetry, etc, please submit it to Molly Sargent by Feb. 10th. The staff will scan your work and return it to students promptly.

    CHESS CLUB
    A new club will be starting up every Sat. called The Fresno Chess Club – Scholastic Chess. All students kindergarten to 12th grade are welcome to come and improve their game. The meetings will be in the FCS Music Suite from 1-4 p.m., free of charge.

    CSF TUTORING
    Every Wed. at 3:05 p.m., the California Scholarship Federation club will be providing tutoring in Room 621. Help will be offered for free in all school subjects and all students are welcome to come.

    SOPHOMORE CLASS RINGS
    Jostens will be on campus Feb. 28, from 5:30-7:00 p.m. at the west end of Building 6 to take orders for sophomore class rings. If students can not make this ordering, they may turn in their packets to the high school office. Orders are due Feb. 28.

    SPORT CLOTHES
    All changes for sports in the should be in the gym, not in the Building 6 bathrooms. The bathrooms are open to the public utilizing Peoples Church, and not the locker rooms. Backpacks, duffle bags, computers, purses, etc. are not secure.

    UPSTAIRS BATHROOM
    All students, especially athletes, need to change in the FC Gym lockeroom and not in the upstairs bathroom. These bathrooms are open to people who visit the Peoples Campus. Backpacks, purses, computers, etc are not secure.

    LETTERMAN JACKETS
    Any student athletes who are intrested in a letterman jacket should visit the Athletic Department. First String Sports has the jackets in stock. All of the jackets must be one kind and color with the base color as gray.

    ATTENDANCE CALLS
    Parents, be sure to call Vickey Belmont in the junior high/high school office when your kids are going to miss a day of school and this includes sickness or personal trips. The telephone number is 299-1695, ext. 125.

    SPORTS FEES
    All sports fees and the athletic packet with an attached physical are due before the athlete will be allowed to participate in a game. Please contact Michelle Regnerus in the athletic office with any questions. 299-2695, ext. 123. The school’s athletic home page for updates and information regarding sports may be found on www.hometeamsonline.com.

    CLUB LUNCHES
    Any clubs and teams interested in earning money may fundraise a lunch on a Friday to raise money. Please contact Michelle Regnerus in the Athletic Office and/or call 559-299-1695, ext. 123 or 124.

    SPIRIT PACKS
    The school spirit packs are available for $25 in Robert Foshee’s Room 608. Each pack includes a Nuthouse T-shirt, lanyard and bracelet. Spirit wear may be purchased in the high school office. For more information, contact Robert Foshee.

    DATES TO REMEMBER–

    FEBRUARY
    February 18 — NOTS at The Grand 1401 in downtown Fresno
    February 20 — Washington’s Birthday – No school
    February 28 — Jostens Ring Ordering

    MARCH
    March 7-10 — Music Department at ACSI Festival
    March 11-17 — CSPA Journalism at Columbia University, NYC
    March 17–29th annual FCS Auction
    March 21 — K-12 Half-day

    APRIL
    April 2-9 — Easter Break – No school

    MAY
    May 2 — K-12 Half-day
    May 24 — K-12 Half-day
    May 24 — Graduation, Peoples Church Sanctuary
    May 25 — Last day of school

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