[BHS Etree] BULLETIN: Student Daily Bulletin, June 16 (Tue)
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Tue Jun 16 14:30:16 PDT 2020
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Principal Tammy Rose, bhsmorningannouncements at berkeley.net.
Students will be able to enjoy uninterrupted access to the following
resources over the summer and into the 2020-2021 school year:
Reminder to always use the Chrome browser and be signed into your @
Note: Tech support and troubleshooting for these tools will resume in
To the Class of 2020 and departing students only
If you are a graduating senior or a student not returning to Berkeley High
next year, your @students.berkeley.net account will remain active until at
least December 31, 2020. Accounts will be deactivated sometime after that,
perhaps without warning.
To save your data from your @students.berkeley.net e-mail, you can use Google
Takeout <https://takeout.google.com/> by going to takeout.google.com.
Using this website, you can send your docs, email, and anything else you
would like to from your @students.berkeley.net account to a new email
First, be sure you have already have an e-mail account you will use to
transfer everything from your @students.berkeley.net account. You can make
a new e-mail account here <https://accounts.google.com/signup?hl=en> if you
Second, go to Google Takeout <https://takeout.google.com/> and login with
your @students.berkeley.net e-mail and choose all the data you want to
transfer. Click the blue “Next Step” button to confirm your selections.
Third, choose to “send download link via email” and “export once”. This
means Google will take all of your data and put it in a single link and
email it to you. Click “Create export” when done.
Finally, be sure to set up an auto-reply
<https://support.google.com/mail/answer/25922> to inform others what e-mail
they should use to contact you if they e-mail your @students.berkeley.net
account. Do not assume that your @students.berkeley.net account will
remain active into 2021.
SUMMER HEALTH CENTER SERVICES
Students enrolled in Berkeley Schools for the 2020-2021 School Year may
keep their Chromebook over the summer.
We ask that students who are not planning to enroll in BUSD for fall return
their Chromebooks. Technology will be collecting Chromebooks at the Ed Hub
<https://www.berkeleypublicschoolsfund.org/ed-hub/> and Berkeley High
School beginning June 8th through June 19th. Students may return their
Chromebook at either location.
Ed Hub (Open all summer for returns)
The Ed Hub is open Monday & Friday from 12 Noon to 2:00pm, and Wednesday
from 3:30-5:30pm. It is located at Berkeley Adult School (enter at 1700
BHS (Closes on Friday, June 19th)
Students may also return their Chromebook at Berkeley High School at the
breezeway of the attendance office on Kittredge and Milvia. The BHS
Chromebook returns will be staffed by Technology Monday, Wednesday, and
Friday from 9:00 AM - 12 Noon. Friday, June 19th is the last date to return
Chromebooks issued to students who do not re-enroll in the fall will be
disabled. The technology department will be able to provide minimal support
for Chromebooks loaned out over the summer due to reduced staffing over the
Please email chromebookhelp at berkeley.net if you have any questions.
THE WARM LINE (Available during the SUMMER)
As a result of school closure and shelter in place restrictions due to
COVID-19, Berkeley High School Health Center has created and begun
operating a Mental Health Warm Line for students, families, teachers, and
The Mental Health Warm Line phone number is 510-981-5240 and operates
Monday through Friday from 11:30 AM until 4:00 PM. The Warm Line is
operated by licensed mental health clinicians and services are available in
English and Spanish.
What is the Warm Line?
The Warm Line is a phone-based mental health resource provided by the BHS
Health Center to support Berkeley High School (BHS) and Berkeley Technology
Academy (BTA) students, families, and teachers by providing emotional
support, psychoeducation, consultation, referrals, and other general
information during the BUSD school closure.
What can the Warm Line help with?
Processing feelings related to COVID-19 pandemic and shelter in place
Support for anxiety, depression, stress, and other mental health needs
Connection with ongoing mental health services and/or community resources
Information about mental health and coping skills
Consultation for parents, families, teachers, and school administrators
Como resultado del cierre de la escuela y las restricciones de refugio en
el hogar debido a COVID-19, el Centro de Salud de Berkeley High School ha
empezado a operar una Línea Telefónica de Salud Mental para estudiantes,
familias, maestros y administradores escolares.
El número de teléfono de la Línea de Salud Mental (Mental Health Warm Line)
es 510-981-5240 y estará disponible de lunes a viernes de 11:30 AM a 4:00
PM. Esta línea telefónica es operada por terapeutas con licencia en salud
mental y los servicios también están disponibles en español.
¿Qué es la Línea de Salud Mental?
Es un recurso telefónico de salud mental proporcionado por el Centro de
Salud de BHS para apoyar a los estudiantes, familias y maestros de Berkeley
High School (BHS) y Berkeley Technology Academy (BTA) con apoyo emocional,
psicoeducación, consulta, referencias y otra información general durante el
cierre de la escuela BUSD.
¿Con qué puede ayudar la Línea de Salud Mental?
Procesamiento de sentimientos relacionados con la pandemia de COVID-19 y
las restricciones de refugio en el lugar
Apoyo para la ansiedad, la depresión, el estrés y otras necesidades de
Conexión con servicios continuos de salud mental y / o recursos
Información sobre salud mental y habilidades de afrontamiento.
Consulta para padres, familias, maestros y administradores escolares.
*Scholarship applications Due June 30, 2020*
1. National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Bay Area Chapter offers awards of
$500-$2,500 to Young Black Women Scholars who will attend a community
college or 4 year college/university, high school minimum GPA of 2.5, and
show financial need.
2. Main Street Launch Entrepreneurs application for men and women, aimed to
support people of color who are enrolled in college, minimum high school
GPA of 3.0, show financial need, and are interested in careers in
Documents needed: Application, 4 essays for Young Black Women Scholars and
5 essays for Main Street Launch, official sealed copy of high school
transcript, 2 Letters of Recommendation, each sealed in an envelope, copy
By 6/30/20, Mail the attached application and all documents together to:
National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc. (NCBW/OBAC)
Attn: Scholarship Committee Chairperson
P.O. Box 24231
Oakland, CA 94623-1231
Questions? Send email to: ncbwobacscholarship at gmail.com.
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