[BHS etree] BULLETIN: Student Daily Bulletin for 9/21/07

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September 21, 2007

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1. On Monday, September 24th, students are invited to participate in a
search for a new Superintendent for the Berkeley Unified School
District. If you are interested in giving your input, please go to the
library at 3:30 pm on Monday.

2. BHS Mathworks - Algebra I and Geometry Tutoring Emphasis, all math
questions welcome.  Tuesdays and Thursdays, 3:15-4:30 p.m., room H109
in Scott Willson's room.  Questions go to kspivey at ix.netcom.com.

3. YAYA California Art Program - Young Aspirations, Young Artists
(YAYA) is a new interfaith, politically progressive and active youth
art jobs training program.  YAYA California is modeled after the
highly successful YAYA youth furniture painting arts enterprise of New
Orleans (featured on Oprah).  The program is for low income youth who
love art, and we recycle old furniture as our canvas, and transform it
into fine art for sale.  Members learn how to display and sell their
art in local galleries, become professional artists, and get paid for
full participation!  When: Weekdays from 3-6 pm at B-Tech.(2701 MLK
Jr. Way at Derby St)  or call 510-704-0689.
 Open kick off day - September 24th.  You can also visit us on

4. Make sure your vote counts!  Vote on one of two musicals being
considered for the Spring show.  "Grease" or "Company-by Stephen
Sondheim."   Sign your vote up on the Drama Callboard - 1st floor, A

5. Are you an entrepreneur?  Do you have a great idea you'd like to
develop?  The Future leadership Institute may be the program for you!
Stop by D148 for an application and details.

6. Mathworks needs you!  Got community service, tutoring credits and
be a leader.  Come tutor at Willard, Tuesdays 3-4:30pm, starting
October 1.  Contact Mark Lee at Willardmathworks at gmail.com.

7. Parents of Sophomores, please come to the Sophomore AC Potluck on
September 25 from 6:30 until 8:00 pm at BHS.  Make new connections and
reaffirm old ones; this is a chance for teachers and parents of the AC
Core sections, English and Social Studies, to talk in a more relaxed
Exact locations of the CORE meeting places will be posted that
Please bring a potluck to share.
A-M     Bring a Main dish or a Salad or Vegetable
N-R     Bring drinks
S-Z     Bring a dessert
Questions call Jeane Hamilton at 524-8559/ or [
mailto:luckyjeane at comcast.net ]


1. Spirit week is coming soon!  Support your class with a t-shirt
design or by joining the rally dance.  The Associated Student Body,
ASB, is currently taking ideas for spirit week!  Bring them by D148 or
come by for more information.

2. Seniors - start choreography rally dances!  Auditions are coming

3. Do you like to draw? The sophomore class of 2010 is looking for
t-shirt designs for our rally day shirt!  Have any ideas or drawings?
Submit them to Mrs. Jordan in D148 and represent your class of 2010.


1. Come find out how you can attend the Lenea Festival - A huge drama
festival in Sacramento in February.  Act, sing, dance- but you must
come to the Drama room on Tuesday, September 25th to find out about
it.  See ya there--at lunchtime.


1. Boys water polo practices 3:30 - 5:30, Mon-Friday; Girls Water polo
practices 5:00 - 7:00 pm.

Freshman Section

1. Class of 2011, BHS leadership is looking for you!  If you are
interested in making a difference stop by D148 for more details.

Senior/Junior Section

1. SENIORS - Sign up in the College/Career Center to attend these
college visits.  You must get an authorization (Available in D221)
signed by the teacher whose class you will miss.

College Visits:
Friday, September 21
 8:30       Brown (RI)
 9:30       St. John's (NM and MD)
10:35       Whitworth (WA)
12:20       University of Puget Sound (WA)
 1:20       University of Oregon
 2:20       Boston College (MA)

2. Ron Brown Scholarship Program - open to black or African American
seniors who have shown leadership, commitment to public service and a
desire to make a difference, have financial need and are a US citizen
or permanent resident. Scholarship is for $10,000 per year for four
years.  The deadline is November 1 to be eligible for other
scholarships through the Ron Brown program or January 9, 2008 for the
Ron Brown Scholarship only.  Applications available in D221.


1.  Zoo Careers Night, Friday, September 21, 5:30-9:30 p.m. at the
Oakland Zoo.  Find out firsthand what working in a zoo is like and
find out how you can get there yourself.  The program is designed for
teenagers (ages 12-19). Adults may attend, but only to accompany or
chaperone their teens.  A chaperone is not required for teens to
attend.  Cost: $15 teenagers; $7 adults;  For more information,
contact Melinda Sievert at 632-9525 ext 201 or Melinda at oaklandzoo.org.


1. Berkeley Public Library is hiring 8 student workers for our
community service internships.  These jobs involve assisting Teen
Service librarians in a variety of tasks and working with library
materials. Our emphasis this year is on community service.  Contact
Kay at 510-981-6135 or email kaf2 at ci.berkeley.ca.us.

2. Student workers needed- Work at Berkeley Natural Food Store.  For
more information, please contact 510-526-2456.

3. King Middle School After school ELL Tutorial is looking for Spanish
bilingual tutors who can work from 3-4, Monday, Tuesday and Thursday,
and from 2:15-3:15 on Wednesday.  We'll also hire monolingual English
speaking tutors who want to patiently work with middle school
students. You must be good in Pre-Algebra and Algebra and/or Science.
You must be in the 11th or 12th grade and able to get to King in time!
Pay-$9.00/hour.  Come by the Science Building, room 7 and ask for
Patricia Rathwell or Akemi Hamai, or call 644-4811.

4.  Albany Physical Therapy has an opening for a student to work 15-18
hours per week (approximately 3 hours per day, Monday-Friday).  The
student is responsible for filing, faxing, copying, laundry,
straightening up treatment rooms and other miscellaneous jobs.
Contact Sherry at 526-2353.  Wages: $8/hour.

5.  City of El Cerrito has immediate openings for jobs working with
all ages of children in a variety of recreation settings.  Students
must be at least 16 years old.  Flexible scheduling around school
schedules.  Pay $10.25 - $14.86 per hour depending on experience.
Apply at the El Cerrito Community Center, 7007 Moeser Lane, El
Cerrito.  For more information, contact Cori Diaz at
diaz at ci.el-cerrito.ca.us.

6. Looking for someone to do yard work.  Starting at $10 /hour.  2-5
hours a week.  Contact Kevin King at 510-849-2996.

Belinda McDaniel

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