[BHS Etree] BULLETIN: Student Daily Bulletin, June 12 (Tues.)

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Tue Jun 12 21:02:13 PDT 2012

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Tuesday, June 12, 2012
 *New or updated information

1. If you lost your class ring, please stop by the admin office.   You must be able to identify the ring in order to claim it.

*2. If you are taking AP French or high level French next year, don’t forget to come by Portable 11 and pick up your summer reading from Mrs. Carta.

3. AP  Summer  readers - The summer homework for students who are taking the AP Spanish Literature class next year is already available for students to pick up in portable 4 (Ms. Bugarini)

4. AP Biology summer assignment will be available all next week Monday-Friday in G301.

5. Yearbooks are here! We are passing them out after school beginning at 3:30 pm at the Community Theatre steps.  No exceptions.  Must have a receipt and/ or student ID.

6. If you want a Summer PE Waiver come pick one up in the Attendance Office. They will be due on June 18th.

Diplomas will be mailed during the week of July 13, 2012.  You will need to provide your SUMMER MAILING ADDRESS if different from the one currently on file at Berkeley high School.  You will need to provide the updated address to the Registrar’s office at lunch time and after school (ONLY) until 3:45 pm, Monday through Friday from now until June 15, 2012.  If you do not receive your diploma by the end of July 2012, you will need to check with the registrar’s office (room D173) when school resumes.
Graduation tickets - Students can purchase tickets at lunch and afterschool ONLY!
Sport Speed Camp this summer for the athletes at Berkeley High. The Camp focuses on running drills, strength training, flexibility exercises and games that will help improve speed and conditioning for all field/court athletes.Soccer, football, basketball, volleyball, baseball, softball, track, cross country and any athlete that wants to get faster would benefit from the camp:

The Camp is 2 weeks long (Monday thru Friday). These are the 3 Sessions:

Session I: June 18th--June 29th

Session II: July 9th --July 20th

Session III: July 30th -- August 10th

Time: 2:00-4:00pm
Place: Derby field, Berkeley OR BHS Turf Field (due to construction)

Cost: $250 per athlete (Financial Aid available) All funds go to Children’s Hospital.

Please contact Jamie Faison jfaison at mail.cho.org, BHS Athletic Trainer/Strength & Conditioning Coach, if you want any information or need financial aid.  Or, you can call the Sports Medicine Center for Young Athletes at Children's Hospital (510)428-3558


1. “Dunk A Cheerleader and Win a Prize.” Please come and support the BHS Cheerleaders booth and Dunk Tank at the 25th Annual Berkeley Juneteenth Festival, on Sunday, June 24, 2012 @ 10am – 6pm. The Cheerleaders will be selling Root Beer Floats, water and Cotton Candy. Please don’t miss your opportunity to dunk a cheerleader; otherwise you’d have to wait until next year.

2.  “BHS Cheerleader’s 3rd Annual Pancake Breakfast”.  Come out and enjoy all the pancakes you can eat on June 30, 2012 from 8am to 11am in the Berkeley High Food Court (Cafeteria).  All the Cheerleaders Dad’s are in charge of Kitchen and they are challenging you to come out and show your support. The menu consists of: All you can eat pancakes; a serving of sausages, or bacon, juice, coffee or tea, all for just $10 (eat in) and $12 (take out). There will be games and lots of fabulous prizes. Funds will be used to help the cheerleaders pay for Cheer camp this summer. If you have any questions please contact Sandra McGill, Cheer Director (310) 259-5181. Go Jackets!


A number of Berkeley public school mothers, Berkeley High Students, groups from Oakland, and others, are working on what will be an amazing family-friendly public ritual in honor of girls and women on Sunday, June 24 at 6pm at the Berkeley Civic Center Park across from Berkeley High.  Eve Ensler (creator of the renowned Vagina Monologues who has spearheaded V-Day: www.vday.org) will be there, among other performers helping to lead the event.  This event is appropriate for all ages, but particularly middle school and high school girls and up. Anyone who has a daughter, or who supports women and girls, should check out the event website BayAreaRising.org and sign up for updates. We haven't really seen anything like this before here. Please check it out! Others involved include Dance Brigade's Grrrl Brigade, Studio Naga, and IDEX and a host of amazing performers, community activists and healers.   www.BayAreaRising.org
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