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Bulletin Board » Student Bulletin Week 9/8-9/11

Student Bulletin Week 9/8-9/11

Labor Day Holiday
Due to the holiday, our schedule will change for this week as follows:
  • Tuesday: Block Day 2, Periods 4 – 7, Office Hours
  • Wednesday: Block Day 1, Periods 1 – 3, Office Hours, Collab
  • Thursday: Block Day 1, Periods 1 – 3, Office Hours, Collab
  • Friday: Block Day 2, Periods 4 – 7, Office Hours
Notice that the Wednesday is not an asynchronous day. On that day we will follow the Block Day 1 to make up for that missed day on Monday. If you have any questions, please ask your teacher. The holiday will also affect the nutrition schedule as explained below.

School Nutrition 
Due to the Labor Day Holiday our nutrition schedule has been adjusted for this week. This week nutrition will be distributed Tuesday, September 8, and Wednesday, September 9.

Back-to-School Night
Back-to-School Night is coming in one week – please make sure to mark your calendar and tell your parents:
  •  Date: Tuesday, September 15, 2020
  • Time: 6pm to 8:00 (approximate)
  • Format: Online/Virtual in Teams – follow your class schedule in Teams with your parents.
  • Back-to-School Night (BTSN) Schedule
Welcome and General Assembly 6:00pm – 6:20pm

Teams Classroom Visitation

Period 1 6:25pm – 6:35pm

Passing 6:35pm – 6:39pm

Period 2 6:39pm – 6:49pm

Passing 6:49pm – 6:53pm

Period 3 6:53pm – 7:03pm

Passing 7:03pm – 7:07pm

Period 4 7:07pm – 7:17pm

Passing 7:17pm – 7:21pm

Period 5 7:21pm – 7:31pm

Passing 7:31pm – 7:35pm

Period 6 7:35pm – 7:45pm

Passing 7:45pm – 7:49pm

Period 7 7:49pm – 7:59pm

Earn extra credit and be eligible for awards if you attend!

Guidance Counselor Meetings for Freshmen and Seniors
Freshman and Senior Meetings with your counselor will begin in the next few weeks. Students please remember that your parents will need to attend.

September is National Suicide Prevention Month
All month, mental health advocates, prevention organizations, survivors, allies, and community members unite to promote suicide prevention awareness. It is a time to share resources, remember those affected, and focus efforts on directing treatment to those who need it most.

Remember that if you or someone you know is having a difficult time, you can always speak to your school counselor or any trusted adult. Please check out your Counselor’s Team on your account for further information and resources!

Todays resource is the 24/7 Crisis Hotline: National Suicide Prevention Lifeline Network you can reach out by visiting www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org or calling 1-800-273-TALK (8255) to talk to a trained professional.

Fire Updates
As you all know, we are experiencing a terrible catastrophe - as the Dolan Fire has doubled in size since yesterday. Our thoughts and prayers go out the many individuals and families affected by the fires. Many families may be impacted directly by the fires. If you are experiencing an evacuation please stay safe and follow your emergency evacuation orders. Once you and your family are safe, contact the school to inform us of your situation and for support.

Lifetouch Picture Make Day
Lifetouch Picture Day has been changed to September 23 – note the date changed. This photo day is for students and staff that did not take your photo this past summer during school registration. More details to follow

Today is Patriot Day
Patriot Day occurs on September 11 of each year in memory of the people killed in the September 11 attacks of the year 2001. In 2009 President Barack Obama added a day of service and remembrance to put a positive action to our mourning the loss of so many lives on this tragic day. As part of Bruin Pride, I challenge all of you to be thoughtful in your remembrance and do something of service – no matter how small – to honor this Patriot Day.

The 3P’s - Being Engaged in Class
Students, as a reminder, you must be engaged in your class from the time it starts until you are dismissed. You may not login, stay for attendance, and then walk away from your computer. Honestly, would you do that if we were in class on campus? Of course not. You wouldn’t do that because it’s
against the rules, the law, and you’d get caught. Well the same thing warnings and consequences apply for Distance Learning. So, stay in class and don’t get in trouble with the school rules or laws.

PBIS 3 Ps = Prompt, Productive, and Polite

Here’s some tips to aid you in your day - follow the 3Ps to success in school and your life
PBIS 3 Ps = Prompt, Productive, and Polite

Prompt · Get plenty of rest, wake up early, exercise to get your energy up, eat a good breakfast – and arrive to class on time

Productive· Actively work on your classwork throughout the day · Ask questions and ask for help through Teams · Use Teams chat to communicate with your teachers · Be persistent – DON'T GIVE UP!!!

Polite · Collaborate in a positive manner with teachers and peers · Use a growth mindset to improve your mental well-being and build your confidence · Acknowledge success in your peers and yourself

· Be 100% accountable – you have the power to be anything you want to be . . .