Friday, October 24. 2014
Minimum Day schedule TODAY as follows:
Per 1 7:40 - 8:15 Per 4 10:03 - 10:38
Per 2 8:21 - 9:01 Per 5 10:44 - 11:19
Per 3 9:07 - 9:42 Per 6 11:25 - 12:00
Snack 9:42 - 9:57
HOMECOMING WEEK ACTIVITIES START NEXT WEEK!!! BE INFORMED, READ THE BULLETIN!!
Collaboration Day #2 has been changed from Nov. 19 to Nov. 5th- 1:45 dismissal-TELL YOUR PARENTS
Sports: Football @ Carpinteria, JV 4:30, Var 7:30
Cross Country @ Mt. SAC, excuse at 9:00a.m.
Water Polo vs Carpinteria, V 3:15, JV 4:15
Tomorrow: (Monday) Tennis Prelims @ Carpinteria-time TBD, excuse TBD
The Boys Soccer Team is selling Ranger spirit wear. Ask a soccer player or come to room D4 today to order a t-shirt or sweatshirt!
Tickets for the Homecoming Masquerade Ball Dance are on sale at snack and lunch on the quad. Pre-sale tickets are $7 with ASB stickers and $8 without ASB stickers. Tickets will cost $10 at the door on the night of the dance. You can pick up a guest pass at this table, as well. All dance attendees must bring their IDs with them to the dance. Snacks and photos will be available at the dance for a small fee.
If you plan to help with the Halloween Carnival, you must attend a meeting at lunch in room B-3 on Tuesday, October 28th.
Homecoming starts on Monday with Animal Print Day! Wear your favorite animal print clothing, and come out at lunch and watch the teachers challenge the students in pumpkin bowling!
ATTENTION: The Senior Sibling activity planned for this Friday, October 24th has been canceled. It will be rescheduled due to several scheduling conflicts. Thank you!
Health Science Academy Sophomores in Medical Terminology: Oxnard Fire Academy field trip permission slips are due to Ms. Bednarski or Ms. Porto TODAY.
Everyone, come check out the hip hop dance club at lunch on Monday in the dance studio in the performing arts building! We will start dancing fun, pumping dances to amazing songs so please be in comfortable and appropriate attire. Hope to see you all there!
Congratulations to Luis Lopez who is October’s Rotary Student of the Month.
Your updated citizenship grade is now posted on QSIS. Please remember that if you have an “F” in citizenship, you will not be able to attend the Homecoming rally, game, or dance. Please approach a teacher, administrator, or staff member to work back points to improve your citizenship grade. You will need at least 60 points (a D-) to be eligible to attend these events. There will also be another grading period (first quarter) report card before Homecoming so please pay close attention to this grade…
"Seniors! If you have not taken your senior picture yet please make your appointment with Lifetouch by calling 644-3600. Pictures will be taken this Saturday in classroom B-4. This is your last chance to have your senior picture taken! If you have questions see Mrs. Thomas in H-2".
Attention seniors: Please tell your parents that there will be a Senior Parent Night on October 28th at 6:30 in the library. We encourage all senior parents to attend!
Here are the CCC hours for the remainder of this week:
CSU Channel Islands will be here Wednesday October 29th in the CCC! This campus is the newest of the 23 CSU campuses located in Camarillo and offers over 50 different Bachelor's degrees. This is a great opportunity to learn more about this university and talk directly with an admissions counselor. Applications are now being accepted at all CSU campuses and the deadline to submit is November 30th.
Oregon State University and University of Rochester will also be here the first week of November and keep listening for the date to be announced for a visit from CalArts.
Ronald McDonald House Charities is now accepting scholarship applications online. To be eligible you must be a senior planning to attend a 2-year or 4-year college next year with a minimum 2.7 gpa. Pick up a flyer in the CCC for more information.
Scholarship applications for the Elks Lodge Most Valuable Student are now available online at http://www.elks.org/ENF/scholars/mvs.cfm. Paper copies are also available in the CCC. This application has many components so get started now! Turn in your completed applications to Mrs. Escobar in the CCC BEFORE DECEMBER 5th. There were 3!!!! winners from Nordhoff last year. Don't miss out on this opportunity! You must be a senior to apply.
Seniors!!!! Take advantage of the college essay reader program. Email your college essays, rough drafts included, to Mrs. Escobar and you will get feedback from professional adults in our community. Please read through the requirements listed on the flyer carefully. If you have lost or misplaced the flyer you can pick up another one in the CCC.
The Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI) is sponsoring its first symposium on November 7, 2014, at California State University, Channel Islands. They have arranged for displays, experts, and business partners to be part of the program. Students are admitted free! There is a flyer posted outside of the CCC with more information.
Explore an exciting career at the 2014 AVIATION CAREER DAY for Ventura County High School students!
Friday, November 14, 2014 from 9:30a.m. to 1:00p.m.
Talk to professionals in aviation-related careers, get up close to aircraft and equipment and learn what it takes to get started.
Look for the flyers posted around campus for more information.
ASB hours for the week of October 20th are: Monday, Wednesday and Friday during the lunch period.
Do you have shoes that you don't wear or that are worn out and sitting in your closet? Please consider donating your old or unused shoes to a wonderful fundraiser. World Family Foundation is an Ojai based organization and they are collecting shoes to send to needy families in India. Please bring your shoes to Mrs. Nelson in room D-11. She has a large box in her room for the shoes. Your old and worn out shoes will be prized possessions to a teenager in India. Please consider participating in this wonderful fundraiser. Shoes will be collected throughout the month of October. Thank you for your generosity.