[BHS Etree] BULLETIN - Student Daily Bulletin, Mar. 30 (Wed.)
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STUDENT DAILY BULLETIN
Wednesday, March 30, 2011
SAT word of the day: acquittal (noun) - a discharge from indebtedness,
obligation, or responsibility.
1. Has a teacher or staff member at this school impacted your life? Have
they gone out their way to help you grow as a student or a person? If so,
you should nominate them for the Tim Moellering staff member of the month
award. Come by the leadership office today and fill out a nomination form
and help others recognize what a great teacher or staff member they are!
2. Biotech Academy is still looking for interested students for the 2011
-2012 school year. Come to G304 or G305 anytime to get info and an
3. Student elections are here! Want to be the next president, chief of
social activities commissioner of multicultural affairs, lead artist,
resident DJ, school site council rep or any of 133, yes 133 jobs available?
Come to the leadership office for more info or to pick up an application.
Student leadership needs you!! Apply today!
*4. It's Week of Service and to get in the spirit, we encourage you to
dress up! Of course there is also a raffle prize for dressing up.
Yesterday's Global Awareness Day dress up winner is..drum roll..Sporting
traditional British loles garb, and the lucky winner of $50..yes.$50.Anna
May! Yes Anna May please come to the Leadership office to collect your $50
prize and thank you for dressing up!
Yearbook Announcement: Seniors come and get your senior pages. Deadline was
March 28 for finished pages. Yearbooks prices go up to $80 on March 31.
Yearbooks are $75 or $65 with free and reduced lunch. Buy them at
www.myyear.com <http://www.myyear.com/> .
California Young Reader Medal voting time is here! Everyone who has read
The Hunger Games, Unwind and The Adoration of Jenna Fox is entitled to cast
your ballot for your favorite title. Help the author of the book you like
best win! See Ms. Provence or Ms. Goldstein-Erickson in the library for
your secret ballot. You must vote by March 30.
1. Senior Prom tickets will go on sale on the Senior steps at lunch and
afterschool. Tickets will be $75 from March 22 to April 22nd! The theme of
Senior Prom is Oasis Nights at the SF Galleria on May 14th. Make sure you
get your ticket as soon as possible.
2. This is the last week to sign up for Chicano/Latino Graduation. Check in
or sign up for 2011 Chicano/Latino Graduation come to Mr. Melgoza's office
in D155. (the Main office)
Hey Juniors, "Bright lights, big cities" is the junior prom theme. Tickets
can be purchased for $50 in the leadership office. The prom will be from
8pm until Midnight on April 16th at the Golden Gate Fields - Turf Club in
The City of Berkeley's YouthWorks Employment Program in the Department of
Housing & Community Services, is pleased to announce that the official
application period for the Summer Youth Employment Program is Feb 28 through
April 1st. Qualified Youth (14-25 years old & Berkeley residents) are
eligible to apply for jobs in a variety of sectors, including childcare,
recreation & clerical positions within city departments and various
community organizations. The pay is $8.00/hr, and Youth may work up to 30
hrs/week for a period of 6-8 weeks. The tentative employment start date is
late June/early July.
To apply: Youth need to come in person to the YouthWorks office at 2180
Milvia St. (City Hall), to sign in and pick up an application packet. The
completed application must be turned in with required documents including
Photo ID, Social Security Card, Proof of Residence, a typed or
word-processed resume, and Parental Authorization for youth under the age of
18. The deadline for returning the application & required documents is
April 1st, 2011. Please note the offices will be closed on March 11th and
25th as a cost-cutting measure. For further information, contact YouthWorks
at (510)981-4970 or email
> youthworks at cityofberkeley.info
Camp Venture is a five-day training and motivational camp for high school
students who have finished their junior year and are interested in pursuing
a career in business, particularly as entrepreneurs. It is held from June 26
thru June 30, 2011 at the Maritime Academy California State University in
Vallejo. Students, sponsored by their local Rotary Clubs, have the
opportunity to interact with experienced business people and meet with other
East Bay students who have similar interests. Full scholarships are
available from the Berkeley Rotary Club. Applications are at the BHS
College/Career Center and are due by March 30.
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