4-16-19 

General:       

  • Congratulations to Adam Wormhoudt who won an award from The Teen Fashion Show. So hats off to the awesome upcoming young designer.
  • Students interested in volunteer and summer internships in vet science should attend the meeting at Santa Cruz Animal Shelter, 1001 Rodriguez St. April 17th at 6:30 pm.
  • Do you remember orientation when you were a Freshman?  The campus was huge, the students were grown and your classes schedule was challenging.  Did you wish someone was there to guide you? We need your help in being a mentor to our incoming Freshman Class of 2023.  This is your chance to pay it forward and become a Link Crew member and participate in Freshman Orientation.  If you are interested please sign up with either Rishi or Lauren in the front office.

ASB:

  • Please do NOT post campaign flyers for prom court. Any found will be removed. Only campaign flyers for those running for ASB office must be approved by Mrs. RK in room 64 and then may be posted.
  • Prom tickets are on sale for $180. ASB is open every day at lunch for you to purchase your ticket.Don’t miss the boat, there are only 70 tickets left.
  • Spring Fling will be on April 27th, tickets are on sale in ASB for $10. First 20 people will receive a discounted ticket for $5.
  • Missed the deadline for ASB general membership application?  No problem, just turn application into room 64 ASAP.

Clubs: The following clubs meet today during lunch.

  • Roboticin room 12.
  • Cooking in room 18.                                      

Seniors:

  • SENIORS! Find those adorable, silly, funny, and cute baby photos to share with us. Email them to SCHSseniors2019@gmail.com
  • If you are attending Cabrillo College and you are interested in the Puente Program, you must attend the mandatory orientation today at 4 pm on the Aptos Campus room 202. For more information see your counselor.

Sports:

  • Please release boys’ golf at 1:30 pm, jv softball 2 pm, boys’ tennis at 2:30 pm, varsity softball at 2:50 and jv baseball at 3 pm today.
Posted by Kathy Pruett On 16 April, 2019 at 9:50 AM