[BHS Etree] BULLETIN - Student Daily Bulletin, Oct. 7 (Fri.)

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Friday, September 7, 2011


*New to the bulletin today





1. Friday, October 7, 2011 - Advisory  Day


0          7:23-8:21 am

1          8:27-9:17 am

2          9:23- 10:13 am

Advisory      10:19 -11:06 am

3          11:12 -12:02 pm

Lunch           12:02 -12:42 pm

4          12:48 -1:38 pm

5          1:44 -2:34 pm

6          2:40- 3:30 pm

7          3:36 -4:34 pm


2. Monday, October 10 is a Staff Professional Development Day.  There are no
classes for students. Classes will resume on Tuesday, October 11.


3. Remember to get your student ID if you don't already have one.  Stop by
the counseling office and ask Robert Stiles to make you an ID during lunch
or after school.  Berkeley High is using student IDs more this year.  For
example, you'll need one to get into rally day, which is coming up in a few


4. And here's another inside scoop:  next week will be our first tardy sweep
after lunch.   If you get stopped in the tardy sweep your parents will get a
phone call.  So all you lunch slowpokes -- start getting back to campus
quicker from now on!


5. Sophomores: Last day to sign up for the PSAT. The fee is $22 cash, check
or money order (payable to Berkeley High School). This is a practice for the
SAT. Fees will be collected at the Donahue Gym ticket windows during lunch
and after school to 4 p.m.






*1. This week's where's Waldo Wednesday winner is Andranee Nabors!  Andranee
please come to the leadership office at lunch to receive your prize!


2. During the month of October, "Teens Turning Green" is challenging you to
be greener. Sign up online at www.projectgreenchallenge.com
<http://www.projectgreenchallenge.com/>  to receive a daily green challenge.
At the end of the month you'll have an opportunity to apply for a 2-day
Green Summit program in San Francisco. There are tons of great green prices
to win so give it a try at ProjectGreenChallenge.com!



*3. Do you like acting?  We don't care!  Independent Theater Projects is
looking for students interested in auditions for our student produced
performance.  No experience necessary!  Sign up at Mr. Conn's room C232.




Is there going another Hunger Game?  How will Katniss choose between Peeta
and Gale?  Come to the English earphone Club at lunch in C124 today and find
out what would happen next.




1. Senior College Advising Appointments:  Seniors were able to sign up for
college advising appointments beginning Monday, Oct.3.  Please sign up in
the College Center D221.  Students who are in the International High School
and Academic Choice (L-Z) will sign up to see Ms. Price.  Students who are
in CPA, AHA, CAS, Green Academy, and Academic Choice (A-L) will sign up to
see Ms. Marquez.  College Center Office Hours: 8-4


2. Senior portraits: First and second week of October. Make an appointment
at www.abcschoolportraits.com <http://www.abcschoolportraits.com/> . 


*3. Seniors!  Were you a cute baby?  Want to show off in the yearbook?  Come
to room C327 with your baby photo and we'll scan it for you or email it to
yearbookbhs2012 at gmail.com. Yearbooks on sale $65 until October 31st.





These visits take an entire class period and are held in the College/Career
Center.  Seniors may attend the visits by signing up in advance in the
College/Career Center and by having each teacher whose class they will miss
sign an authorization form (available in the College/Career Center) prior to
the visit.  Students may attend a maximum of 10 sessions.  The list of
college visits is updated weekly on the College Advisor's website at



 Friday, October 7

9:31 am - 2nd Period              Northwestern University (IL)

10:40 am - 3rd Period             Agnes Scott College (GA)





The City of Berkeley's YouthWorks Employment Program in the Department of
Housing & Community Services, will accept applications through November 4th
for the Winter/After school program. 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 3 hours/day (15 hrs/week) for a period of 8-10 weeks. The tentative
employment start date is mid-December. 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 by applicant, with required documents including Photo ID, Social Security
Card, Proof of Residence, a typed or word-processed resume, progress report
showing a GPA of 2.0 or higher, and Parental Authorization for youth under
the age of 18. The deadline for returning the application & required
documents is November 4th, 2011. Please note the following office closures
during the application period: Monday, October 10th, Friday, October 14th &
Friday, October 28th. For further information, contact YouthWorks at
(510)981-4970 or email youthworks at cityofberkeley.info 




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