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    Announcement: 2010-12-16

    SCHEDULE FOR DEC. 16-17, 2010

    Book Buddies ? Pinedale Elementary ? 12 p.m.
    Lunch ? GZ Quad ? 12:35 p.m.
    Girls’ basketball vs. Madera ? Sunnyside Tournament ? 5:30 p.m.

    FRIDAY — Half-day
    School dismissed at 12 p.m.
    Staff luncheon ? MPR Room ? 12:30 p.m.
    Girls’ basketball vs. Reedley ? FPU Tournament ? 7 p.m.

    For fall finals this year, there will be no special schedule. Finals will be given during normal-length class periods.

    Students, please remove all food items from your lockers before the last day of school.

    Spanish Club members: Do not forget that on this Thursday, Dec. 16, the club will be having a “Fiesta de Navidad.” Members will also be taking their club picture with the new “Waka Waka” T-shirts. You do not want to miss it!

    The last Book Buddies event will be held Thursday, Dec. 16. Remember to bring a $5 gift for your buddy. If you need assistance with the cost of the gift, see Brenda Warkentin in the high school office by Wednesday morning.

    The Clovis Police Department Explorer Program is currently accepting applications. The mission of the Explorer program is to expose youth to strict standards, high expectations and a police command structure. For more information, please sign up in the high school office.

    The ASVAB Career Exploration Program Exam will be administered from 8 a.m. to noon on Jan. 12, in the PC Gym. The test is free for all sophomores, juniors and seniors who would like to take it. The exam results can help students learn their strengths and talents, assisting them in making career choices.

    Please sign up no later than Dec. 16 in the high school office and pick up a copy of the ASVAB Overview Guide to help you prepare. Home-schooled students are welcome. For more information, contact Academic Adviser Molly Sargent in her office or at 299.1695, ext. 126.

    Every year at this time, the parent groups for junior high and high school collect, assemble and deliver Christmas baskets/buckets for delivery to all the teachers and staff. All the items are donated by parents. The groups are collecting a quantity of 10 of any item (e.g., gift cards, baked items individually wrapped, nuts, holiday ornaments) and ask that they be delivered to the high school office by Dec. 15.

    The packages will be assembled and delivered on the morning of Dec. 16 in the J.J. Room. Any parents are welcome to join the process at 8 a.m. For more information, contact Lori Mascarenas at 559.260.3135 or by e-mail.

    Transport yourself to a simpler time: Relax around festively decorated tables with family and friends, enjoy Christmas cookies and cider, sing along with instruments and choirs. The high school vocal and instrumental music ensembles, under the direction of Michael Ogdon, will present the “Round the Tables Carol Sing” concert at 5:30 p.m. on Dec. 15, in the FC Gym. Admission for this Christmas event is free, but tickets for preferred seating will be available.

    Scooters are not allowed on the Peoples Church campus or inside any buildings. The only places where scooters are allowed to be ridden are the parking lots. Violation of this rule will result in scooters being confiscated. Scooters will only be returned to parents.

    Music department students are selling muffins, croissants and vitamin water every morning for $1 each. They are sold outside Building 6 from 7:15 to 7:50 a.m. The proceeds benefit instrumental and choral groups.

    Parking passes for the high school lot are now available. In order to obtain yours, first get the parking pass form from Mrs. Sargent. Fill it out, then take it to Mrs. Regnerus in the high school office with the $10 semester fee and your California driver’s license.

    You will not be issued a pass if you do not show your license when turning in the form and money. Students with parking passes may park in the main Alluvial lot and in the slots adjacent to the gym. Starting Aug. 30, vehicles that do not have a parking pass will be cited and possibly towed.

    A complete listing of the bell schedules for the 2010-11 school year is available at this link.


    Dec. 15 — Choir at Round the Table Carols Christmas concert ? Ground Zero at 5:30 p.m.
    Dec. 18 – Jan. 9 — Winter Break

    Jan. 10 — Second semester begins
    Jan. 12 — ASVAB administered
    Jan. 17 — No school: Martin Luther King, Jr. birthday observed
    Jan. 19 — Town Hall Lecture Series: Elliot Engel ? Saroyan Theatre

    Feb. 7 — No school: Lincoln’s birthday observed
    Feb. 16 — Town Hall Lecture Series: Marin Alsop ? Saroyan Theatre
    Feb. 21 — No school: Presidents Day observed

    March 12 — Annual Auction
    March 16 — Town Hall Lecture Series: Daniel Kammen ? Saroyan Theatre
    March 17 — St. Patrick’s Day
    March 23 — Half-day: School dismissed at 12 noon
    March 24 — Graduation items delivered

    April 1 — April Fool’s Day
    April 14-17 — JEA/NSPA National HS Journalism Convention ? Anaheim
    April 18-25 — Spring Break
    April 20 — Town Hall Lecture Series: Christopher Buckley ? Saroyan Theatre

    May 4 — Half-day: School dismissed at 12 noon
    May 4-6 — AP Exams administered
    May 9-13 — AP Exams administered
    May 17-18 — Senior finals
    May 19-21 — Senior trip ? Los Angeles
    May 24-26 — Final exams
    May 25 — Graduation rehearsal
    May 25 — Senior awards chapel
    May 26 — Yearbook signing party ? Ground Zero
    May 26 — Commencement ? Peoples Church Sanctuary

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