[BHS Etree] BULLETIN - Student Daily Bulletin, Oct. 19 (Wed.)
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STUDENT DAILY BULLETIN
Wednesday, October 19, 2011
*New to the bulletin today
*1. BHS will start tardy sweeps this week. If you are stopped in a tardy
sweep your parents will be called. Remember that three tardies is the same
as an absence.
2. 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
1. All school fundraiser!! Do you like Pizza? Do you want more great
activities? If so, go to Papa John's on Tuesday, October 18th and
Wednesday, October 19th. All orders between 3pm and 10pm will give 20% back
to the school! Pre-order forms are available in the Leadership office!
Remember to say this order is for Berkeley High!
2. Do you have school spirit? Do you have "Swag"? The Berkeley High Girls
and Boys Basketball programs will be selling "Swag" Student Spirit t-shirts
every Wednesday after school, 3:30-4:30pm, in front of the Donahue gym. All
BHS students who purchase the student designed "Swag" t-shirt will be
eligible to become a member of the "2012 Swag 6th Man Club" and receive up
to 50% off the student admission price to home basketball games. T-shirts
are $10. STUDENTS MUST PRESENT A CURRENT, VALID BHS STUDENT ID TO PURCHASE A
T-SHIRT AND GAME TICKETS.
Support your BHS Basketball programs and join the Swag 6th Man Club now!
Please contact Wendy Guinn at <mailto:wguinn20 at gmail.com>
wguinn20 at gmail.com or Gina Morning at <mailto:sydneyspartyhouse at yahoo.com>
sydneyspartyhouse at yahoo.com for more information.
Over 100 college representatives visit Berkeley High's College/Career Center
every year. Seniors may attend up to 10 of those meetings, with the
permission of the teacher whose class they are missing. The college visit
list and permission slips are available at the front desk of the
administration building and online at
English teachers also have copies of the College Visit list and permission
slips. Please note this list has been updated since it was passed out at the
beginning of the year to seniors.
Wednesday, October 19
1:28 pm 5th period Emory University (GA)
Thursday, October 20
9:31 am 2nd period Lewis & Clark College (OR)
10:40 am 3rd period UC Riverside
12:24 pm 4th period Tulane University (LA)
Friday, October 21
12:24 pm 4th period Brandeis University (MA)
*1. Workshops for UC/CSU/and Common Application: 10/19, 10/25, 10/26 after
school in the BHS Library computer room at 3:30- 4:30. Students are able to
work on their application for any or all of the applications listed above.
*2. Seniors whose application deadlines are earlier than Nov.1 or Nov.15
should see their guidance counselor, who is writing their recommendation.
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
<mailto:yearbookbhs2012 at gmail.com> yearbookbhs2012 at gmail.com. Baby pictures
are due on October 21st. Yearbooks on sale for $65 until October 31st.
Yearbooks will go up to $80 after Nov. 5th.
RALLY - 8 days until the BHS rally!!!!
1. Do you think your friend should be Homecoming royalty? If so, come pick
up a nomination in the Leadership Office. Nominations forms are due Friday,
October 21st in the Leadership office.
2. Starting today until October 28th, if you are suspended, you will not be
able to participate in the BHS rally.
1. The BHS Mountain Bike Racing Club will be holding its one and only season
kick-off meeting for riders and parents this Wednesday, October 19 from
6:45-8 pm in Ms. Kavaler's room, G304. This is a must-attend meeting for
all new mountain bike racers. You won't want to miss it!
2. The Philosophy Club will meet Wednesday at lunch in room C115. There
will be a guest speaker, so don't miss out.
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 rom C232.
4. Are you interested in discussing politics and gaining new perspectives?
Join Model UN! Meetings are Thursdays at lunch in room C310.
5. Want a candy gram? Donate three or more items of toiletries to the
Homeless Support club's blanket and toiletry drive and have a candy gram
sent to your class at the end of the month. Drop donations off at C317 and
don't forget to put your down your name!!
6. Come be a part of the BHS Math Team! Why?
-Enjoy doing math with your friends
-Something more to put on your college application
-A chance to be famous
We meet every Friday at lunch in H205. Please email Mr. Bloomsburgh at
<mailto:peterb at berkeley.net> peterb at berkeley.net if you have any questions.
*1. Actors, Singers, dancers: Please come to an information meeting on the
spring musical, "Hairspray". Go to A203 at lunch (next) wed, October 27th.
The director, Mr. Vaughn will provide information and cookies!
2. Hey, do you care about civil rights? Well, Reverend Dr. CT Vivian and
Dorothy Cotton, from the Civil Rights Movement, are coming to the Barbara
Lee and Elihu Harris "Where do we go from here?" lecture series to help
inspire and move forward new leadership and servantship. Be a part of
making our world move forward! Hosted at the Oakland Marriott at 1001
Broadway in Oakland on Thursday, October 20th at 7pm. Tickets are on sale
at <http://www.mlkfreedomcenter.org/> www.mlkfreedomcenter.org. Be there
or be square!
3. On Wednesday Oct. 19th from 3:30 to 5, there will be a FREE T-Shirt
Decoration Bash at the YMCA Teen Center, sponsored by Berkeley Public
Library and the YMCA! We'll have plenty of free shirts, paints, pens,
stencils and more for you! You'll be able to decorate a shirt anyway you
want to show your class spirit, just in time for Berkeley High's Spirit
Week! Assorted munchies will also be provided to fuel your creativity. No
sign-up is required, but if you think you'll be able to make it, please
shoot me an e-mail back. ONCE AGAIN: Spirit Week T-Shirt Decoration Bash
When? Wednesday Oct. 19th, 3:30 - 5:00 Where? At the YMCA Teen Center,
2111 Martin Luther King Junior Way at Center Ave. How much? TOTALLY FREE
and OPEN TO EVERYONE! Hope to see you and your friends there!
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 the Berkeley Public Library, 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
<mailto:youthworks at cityofberkeley.info> youthworks at cityofberkeley.info
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