[BHS Etree] BULLETIN: Student Daily Bulletin, Sep. 25 (Wed)

BHS Etree bhs at lists.lmi.net
Wed Sep 25 09:50:50 PDT 2019

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Wednesday, September 25, 2019 

 The Berkeley High Open Closet is officially open and accepting donations from stores, companies, and students like new or gently used clothing and new hygiene products. If you are looking for some gear or you are looking to make a donation, stop by room C216. If you have any new or used clothing or new hygiene products that you want to donate, stop by The Berkeley High Open Closet in Ms. Warren's room, C216, on Mondays to help donate to the cause. We are in need of both male and female clothing and new hygiene products. Thank you for giving back to our community! 

Hey Green Dot! A reminder that today is our first Green Dot Lunch Reunion of the year! Come to the CCC at lunch - food is provided but only if you're a trained Green Dot! See you then! Ms. Malhi and Mr. Rok!

Alameda County's DAJA program is now accepting applications!  Starting in late January, DAJA members travel down to the courthouse in Downtown Oakland every other Thursday.  Additionally, DAJA members who complete the seminars are placed in a summer internship connected to the law.

Applications are due Friday, November 8th. 
What is DAJA?
The District Attorney’s Justice Academy is a six month learning and working experience for high school students, ages 16 and up, who are interested in pursuing the study of law, justice, social justice, and the courts. Download our DAJA brochure <https://www.alcoda.org/community_outreach/files/daja_2018.pdf>. This Academy teaches teens about the many facets of the justice system while encouraging critical thought and civic engagement.
Who Can Apply?
The Justice Academy is open to juniors and seniors who are residents of and attend public high school in Alameda County. Complete and submit your DAJA application before or by the due date. Spots are limited, so we urge you to get your application in as soon as possible.

This week is your last chance to sign up to audition for BHS’s new show Our Monologues. Auditions are this coming week September 30-October 11. To sign up find us on Instagram or email us at ourmonologuesbhs2020 at gmail.com <mailto:ourmonologuesbhs2020 at gmail.com>. Don’t miss this opportunity to be apart of a real conversation that could change your high school experience.
From senior directors and creators Daphne and Mara.

Pico CTF (Catch the Flag) is the largest online cybersecurity competition for high schoolers.
It's starting on October 11th and lasts two weeks. HackClub will be meeting in H205 Wednesdays and Thursdays during lunch to go ever problems and compete. No experience with cybersecurity necessary, but being familiar with computers will be useful.  Were also looking for people who are good with cybersecurity to try and win it.

College Visits in the College and Career Center (CCC):
Wednesday, September 25:
period 1: Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI)
period 2: Drexel University
period 2: Saint Mary's College of California
period 3: Saint Olaf College
Lunch: Green Dot Meeting
period 4: UC Pre-Med Meeting (must pre-register)
period 5: Pitzer College
period 6: California Lutheran University

Thursday, September 26:
period 1: CSU Humboldt
period 2: Mills College
period 3: Earlham College
period 4: Vassar College
period 5: University of Oregon
period 6: MIT

Friday, September 27:
period 1: University of Pennsylvania
period 2: American University
period 3: UC San Diego
period 4: Rutgers University
period 5: Bowdoin College
period 6: University of Puget Sound

The Multi- Cultural Student Association (MCAS) is having their introductory meeting this Thursday at lunch in C135 ( Mr Kaku) and they will be providing a wide range of Costco snacks!

Who is the MCSA?
The Multi- Cultural Student Association works to appreciate/learn about many different cultures, provide a welcoming space for multiracial/ cultural students and to serve the community. 
This year the MCSA is doing a lot of really cool things including organizing a multicultural speaker series and running a College Advising Mentorship Program!
MCSA members and leadership are looking forward to seeing you there!

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