[BHS Etree] BULLETIN: Student Daily Bulletin, Jun. 3 (Fri)
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Fri Jun 3 14:07:02 PDT 2016
Announcements are put together in the BHS Main Office, by Claudia Hernandez
claudiahernandez at berkeley.net and Victoria Session
victoriasession at berkeley.net. For those of you who do not hear the
announcements where you are during second period, or if you would like to
read them each day, you can find them in the Daily Bulletin section of
*Berkeley High School Bulletin for Friday, June 3, 2016*
Principal Pasarow begins Friday’s announcements with positive shout outs.
We start with positive shout outs and today’s first shout out comes from
Vickie Augustine and is aimed at Matt Albinson, “Thank you Matt for
facilitating the wonderful new projector in G208a and for managing computer
cart use. Your efforts really effect the performance of all of my students.”
We will follow that with some more positivity from Dana Moran, “Shout out
to CAS staff, students and parents for their talent and enthusiasm to make
a great assembly and picnic! Special shout out to Ashley Daly and CAS
Leadership for being master planners and do-ers!”
The next shout out comes from Molly Lawrence and is for the many English
Language Learners and English Language Proficient students who share the
space in room M202 at lunch and after school, “I very much appreciate your
sincere, genuine, organic, kind, productive, supportive and inspiring
interactions with one another on a daily basis. I love the collaborative
space that you have created and look forward to next year! You are amazing
examples of what we, the BHS community can accomplish when we take the time
to learn about one another and are brave enough to truly share!”
Next is a love bomb from BIHS 10th grader Kaya Fields, “On May 27, the
Berkeley High School Bands and Orchestras gave an amazing performance. We
had Band members play crazy circus marches and the Orchestra explored the
world with a Bollywood song. The evening got even better when the Concert
Band played September with a slide show presentation, for the Seniors in
the Band and Orchestra. Good Job Band and Orchestra members!!
Last and definitely not least is a special acknowledgment of one of our
most long standing staff members, Registrar Barbara Mellion – Barbara has
served our school community for THIRTY-FIVE years. Ms. Mellion, we salute
your dedication, your hard work and your unfailing warm smile. Let’s put
our hands together, campus wide, for Barbara Mellion!
*Did you know?*
Berkeley High is now a Fair Trade Certified school! Fair Trade ensures
consumers that the products they purchase were grown, harvested, crafted
and traded in ways that improve lives and protect the environment. Come
celebrate with the Fair Trade Club at the Senior Steps today at lunch and
you can win Fair Trade Chocolate and other fun prizes!
*World Day 2016*
Berkeley High's World Day show is one way we celebrate our diversity,
culture, and identity. The goal is to unite the school through music,
dance, and culture. The ELD (English Language Development) Newcomer Program
is a big part of the show, from planning to participating. The World Day
program takes place today in the Community Theater during 5th and 6th
period. Thank you to all of the teachers who will be bringing their classes
to experience this unique event.
*BHS Musicians & Dancers in Concert Tonight!*
Tonight you have two opportunities to enjoy the talents of BHS student
Dance Production 2016 presents Its last show of the year tonight at 8:00 in
the Little Theater. DP's Guide 2 Life features student-choreographed
performances that offer advice on how to trust your instincts, manage
expectations, find inner-beauty and manage change. And thrown in the mix is
a dancerly interpretation of The Purge -- a 2013 pulp horror film -- with
ballerinas, krumpers and voguers all battling it out. Tickets are $5 for
students and seniors, and $12 for general admission.
Also in concert tonight, at the new UC Theatre, is the BHS Jazz Ensemble.
They are opening for the Grammy Award-winning Pacific Mambo Orchestra in a
huge dance party. Organize a big group of friends and come out and dance
the night away -- all proceeds go to benefit BHS Jazz. Doors open at 7:00
for salsa lessons, and the Jazz Ensemble performs at 8:30. General
admission tickets are $25.
Seniors: Be sure to check your student Email account for an important
message about graduation tickets. Your families can now purchase tickets
online and in person at Zellerbach Hall on the UC Berkeley campus. The
Email message also includes a link to the schedule for all of the Small
Learning Community Graduations & Cultural Celebrations. Mark these dates on
your calendars, and invite your family and friends to share in these
special ceremonies leading up to graduation on Friday, June 17.
*Bay Area Book Festival*
The Bay Area Book Festival is coming back to Downtown Berkeley this
weekend! Here from award-winning authors, including Sherman Alexie, Lauren
Myracle, Rebecca Solnit and Berkeley High alumna Chinaka Hodge. It's
happening on Saturday and Sunday 10:00am-6pm, and everything is free. Enjoy
over 150 live events, including keynotes, interview panels and
performances! Browse 230 literary exhibitors, including bookstore pop-ups.
Details at www.bayarebook.org.
*Join The Jacket Staff!*
"Great news! The Jacket has extended the deadline for 2016-2017 staff
applications. If you're interested in a position, please visit bhsjacket.com or
emailnataliebettendorf at students.berkeley.net. Hurry, applications are due
Wednesday, June 8th!"
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