[BHS Etree] BULLETIN: Student Daily Bulletin, Nov. 28 (Wed.)

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Wednesday, November 28, 2012


*New to the bulletin today




1. Hello Berkeley High!  Did you know that 1 in 6 people in Alameda County
use the food bank and that 42% of those people are children?  BHS Leadership
is getting ready to put on this year's Annual Holiday Meal on December 15th
and they need your help.  On Thursday, November 15th a canned food drive
will begin and will continue until December 14th.  You can drop off your
items in the C Building gallery, the 1st floor of G/H building or the front
office.  We are trying to reach a school wide goal of 10,000 items, so bring
at least three items per student!  We thank you. Leadership.


2. Someone with Gonorrhea or Chlamydia is 5-10 times more likely to become
infected with HIV if they are sexually active with someone who is
HIV-positive.  Teens can reduce their risk of HIV infection by getting
tested for STIs regularly. Berkeley High School will be commemorating World
AIDS Day on Friday, November 30th in the Gallery of the Community Theatre
during periods 4-6.  There will be educational games and prizes, diverse
community organizations, and opportunities to learn about and reflect on the
global impact of HIV/AIDS.  If you are sexually active, it is important to
get tested regularly for HIV and STIs.  The Berkeley High Health Center
offers free and confidential HIV and STI testing.  Stop by the Health Center
in H105 to make an appointment!


*3. The yearbook is on sale now for $70. On December 21st it will go up to
$85.  Buy now after school on the Senior Steps or at
www.yearbookordercenter.com <http://www.yearbookordercenter.com/> .  The
yearbook will sell out.  This is the cheapest it will ever be!




*1. Do you want to be more active in the community or just need something to
do in your spare time?  Then join the Do Something club!  We will be having
our first meeting on Friday, November 30th during lunch in room G205!  Light
snacks will be provided.


*2. BSU meets today at lunch in H214!  All members and newcomers please





1. Please help those people affected by the hurricane in New York and New
Jersey areas.  Bring warm clothing, batteries, blankets and candles to the
bins outside of the leadership office.  All week we will collect these items
to be sent over to the communities in need.  Thank you Berkeley for your


2. The Holiday meal is coming up!  Come out to the Senior steps at lunch to
sign up to volunteer and learn more.  Leadership will be there on Wednesday,
November 28th and Thursday, November 29th.


3. Leadership students will be coming around during 4th period on Thursday,
Nov.29th to collect any money donations you have to offer and will be
dropping off a brown paper bag in each classroom where you can drop off any
items for the canned food drive.  They would really appreciate any
contributions you can offer.  Thanks.




* The Nov. 30 deadline for UC and CSU applications is approaching fast!  We
encourage all students to avoid waiting until the final hours to submit your
applications.  The College and Career center remains available for students
to drop in for support with applications, and we continue to encourage
students to attend our Tues/Thur application workshops in the library
computer lab at 3:30 pm.





*Boys Tennis players- There is a meeting for 9th graders and newcomers,
Wednesday, December 5th at lunch in G208.  Again, this is for 9th graders
and newcomers only!  You must attend this meeting if you wish to play tennis
for BHS this year.




Do you have what it takes to save a life?  King Swim Center is offering its
annual American Red Cross Lifeguard training course afterschool and on
weekends this December.  Sign-up and mandatory swimming test is this
Saturday, December 1 at 1:30 pm.  See our website for more information:




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