[BHS Etree] BULLETIN: Student Daily Bulletin, Feb. 25 (Mon)

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Mon Feb 25 12:07:18 PST 2019

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*If you're interested in AP Biology*, please come to Room G212 during *lunch
on Wednesday, February 27 or Friday March 3*.  The only prerequisite is
chemistry.  Looking forward to seeing you there!

*"Woof woof!! bark bark!!* Therapy Dogs will be visiting BHS this *Wednesday,
February 27th*.  Therapy Dogs will be visiting BHS this at lunchtime in the
CCC due to rainy weather, see you there!"

*Interested in working with your hands and project based learning?*  Come
to the Carpentry Shop in G112 *at lunch on Thursday, February 28th* for an
information session.  Learn about our new Carpentry and Digital Design
classes.  Throughout the course of the year, students in the carpentry
program will be engaged in a variety of individual and group projects,
exercises and readings to build up their skills in construction, design and
critical problem solving.  This will include traditional methods of
building with hand tools as well as cutting edge digital fabrication and
modeling tools.  Students will also be exposed to the range of career
opportunities across the fields of fabrication, design and construction.
Emphasis will be on hands-on projects that have constraints to guide their
design but allow for individual creativity.

*Do you speak two languages fluently?  Are you a senior?  Did you pass the
California standards test in English language arts as proficient level or
above?*  If so, you may qualify for the Seal of Bi-literacy.  If you are
interested in an application for the Seal of Bi-literacy for your high
school diploma, please see Ms Henrickson in M209, Ms Fullerton in M208 or
Ms Stewart in C107 for an application. * Applications are due March 22,
2019. *

*Queer and Trans Literature:* BHS is offering a brand-new English elective
next year for 11th and 12th graders from all learning communities.  This
course introduces students to LGBTQIA+ (gay, lesbian, bisexual,
transgender, queer/questioning, asexual, intersex, etc.) literature and
culture.  It is a yearlong course with English credit and elective credit
(pending).  You don't have to be part of the LGBTQIA+ community to enroll-
come learn about experiences outside your own!  To sign up, contact Mx.
Hartman at jennhartman at berkeley.net <jennhartman at berkeley.net?subject=> or
in room C-335, or ask your English teacher for more info.

*Sakai, Japan*, is Berkeley's oldest sister city, and the Berkeley-Sakai
Sister City Association is looking for families to host 1 or 2 Japanese
students next summer from July 26 to July 31.  We are also looking for
students who would be interested in participating in a student exchange to
Sakai and other parts of Japan in July 2020.  If you are interested in
hosting and/or going to Sakai, please visit our website at
www.berkeley-sakai.org and fill out an Interest Form.  We would also like
to invite you to our Annual Dinner on *Friday, March 8, 2019 from 6:30 p.m.
to 9:00 p.m.* at the Berkeley Methodist United Church.  Please join us and
find out more about our student exchange program!

Have an amazing week!


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