Cleveland Charter High School

Weekly Updates

Week of May 15th:

Happy Mother’s Day.  This is Ms. Duong from Grover Cleveland Charter High School with your update for the week of May 15th

Smarter Balanced testing begins this week for 11th grade students. The schedule is available on the school website.

Students who are interested in choir or singing are invited to meet the new choral teacher on Wednesday at lunch in K2.  

On Wednesday, there will also be the PTSA elections at 3:15 PM in the Parent Center. Please come to this important meeting.

Prom ticket distribution will be Friday at nutrition.

 

 

Week of May 8th:

AP testing continues this week.

On Tuesday, there will be a CGC meeting at 3:15 PM in the PCR.
 
The JROTC Banquet will be held Thursday at 6 PM in the MPR. 
 
Looking ahead: SBAC testing begins next week for 11th grade students.

 

 

Week of May 1st:

Advanced Placement testing begins this week and continues into next week. Good luck to all students who are taking the AP exams.

Students with perfect attendance for the past 150 days are invited to join us on the Quad at lunch for our Attendance Celebration.

Week of April 17th:

Drill Team tryouts are all week starting at 3:30 PM in the Dance Room.

Wednesday is our Spring Blood Drive.  Every donation saves three lives. 

Coffee with the Principal is Thursday at 9:15 AM in the Parent Center.

We hope you enjoyed a relaxing Spring Break and look forward to seeing all our Cavaliers tomorrow morning.

  

Week of April 10th:

Spring Break

 

Week of 27th:

Grad Night ticket sales for seniors continue all week at lunch in H-1.

There is an SSC meeting on Tuesday at 3:15 PM in the PCR.

Wednesday is the mandatory band orientation meeting at 6:30 PM n K1.

There is no school Friday in observance of Cesar Chavez's Birthday.

 

Week of March 20th: 

Tuesday is a professional development day. School lets out at 1:34 PM.
 
Grad Nite tickets for seniors go on sale this week at lunch in H-1.
 
Join us Thursday at 9:15 AM for Coffee with the Principal in the Parent Center. We will be going over next year's budget.

 Don't miss the last two performances of Guys and Dolls this Friday and Saturday at 7 PM in the MPR.

For up-to-date information, please check out our website at www.clevelandhs.org or Like us on Facebook at Grover Cleveland Charter High School.

 

Week of March 13th:

Those interested in applying for a 2017-18 Student Body Leadership position or those running for class president, must attend a mandatory meeting on Friday at lunch in J-15. 

The Drama Department presents its spring musical, Guys and Dolls.  Performances are this Friday and Saturday evening and next Friday and Saturday evening at 7 PM in the MPR.

 

Week of March 6th:

Congratulations to our Humanities Magnet for being named School of Excellence by the Magnet Schools of America and to our Varsity Girls Basketball Team for winning the CIF Division II Championship Title.

Tuesday is a professional development day. School lets out at 1:34 PM.

For up-to-date information, please check out our website at www.clevelandhs.org or Like us on Facebook at Grover Cleveland Charter High School.

Week of February 27th:

There is a School Site Council meeting Tuesday at 3:15 PM. 

Friday is a minimum day.  School will let out at 12:34 PM.

Join us Saturday, March 4th from 9 AM-3 PM as Cleveland hosts this year’s Local District Northwest Fest event.

 

Week of February 20th:

There will be no school on Monday in observance of President’s Day.

Tuesday is a professional development day. School will let out at 1:34 PM.

Join us on Thursday at 9:15 AM for Cocoa with the Counselors in the Parent Center.

 

Week of February 13th:

Thursday, you are invited to Coffee with the Principal at 9:15 AM in the Parent Center. 

Thursday is also our Open House Showcase from 6-7:30 PM.

Friday is parent conferencing from 2-4 PM.  If you would like to make an appointment to talk with a specific teacher, please send a note with your child to school.

Looking ahead: there will be no school on Monday, February 20th in observance of President’s Day.

 

Week of February 6th:

Tuesday is a professional development day.  School will let out at 1:34 PM. 

Friday is our Spring Blood Drive.  Every donation saves lives. 

Looking ahead:  Thursday, February 16th is Open House from 6-7:30 PM.  Come join us as we showcase our academic programs and student activities. Friday, February 17th is parent conferencing from 2-4 PM.  Please send a note directly to your child's teacher to schedule a meeting. 

For up-to-date information, please check out our website at www.clevelandhs.org or Like us on Facebook at Grover Cleveland Charter High School.

 

Week of January 30th:

On Tuesday, school lets out at 1:34 PM.  There will be no late buses. 

If you haven’t done so, please complete the School Experience Survey.  We need your input as this information is vital for our School Report Card. 

 

January 16th:

There is no school on Monday in observance of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s birthday. 

Wednesday, our GAIMS program is hosting a community meeting in the MPR at 6 PM to discuss its magnet plan proposal.

On Thursday, you are invited to Coffee with the Principal at 9:15 AM in the Parent Center.

 

January 9th: 

Spring semester begins Monday.  Current students should go to their fall semester period 2 class at 7:57 AM to pick up their new spring semester schedule.  All newly enrolled students should go to the Attendance Office.  Monday will be a regular dismissal at 3:04 PM. 

Tuesday is a Professional Development Day.  School will let out at 1:34 PM. 

Looking ahead: there will be no school on Monday, January 16th in observance of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr’s birthday.

 

December 12th:

Monday is a regular 3:04 PM dismissal day.

Finals are Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.  School will let out at 12:36 PM during finals. 

Friday is a shortened day with a 1:59 PM dismissal.

Looking ahead.  School will be closed from December 19th-January 6th for Winter Break.

 

December 5th:

This is Ms. Duong from Grover Cleveland Charter High School with your update for the week of December 5th:

On Wednesday, the Music Department presents its Winter Concert at 6 PM in the MPR. 

On Thursday, we invite you to a community meeting to review concept designs for our Campus Modernization Project.  The meeting is at 6 PM in the MPR.

If you missed the Drama production of Mother Courage and Her Children, you have two more opportunities on Friday and Saturday at 7 PM in the MPR.

 

November 28th:

Tuesday is a Professional Development Day.  School will let out at 1:34 PM for students. 

There will also be a School Site Council meeting on Tuesday at 3:15 PM in the Principal’s Conference Room. 

Drama presents Mother Courage on Friday and Saturday at 7 PM in the MPR.

 

November 21st:

There will be no school all week.  School will resume November 28th. Have a safe, healthy, wonderful Thanksgiving.

 

Week of November 14th:

We will be hosting a Fall Parent Resource Fair on Monday from 9-10 AM in the parent center. Learn about health and community resources as well as credit recovery options.

You to invited to attend the District's LCAP Community Meeting at Northridge Middle School on Wednesday at 6:00 p.m. 

Coffee with the Principal is Thursday at 9:15 AM in the Parent Center. 

Looking ahead: School will be closed the entire week of November 21st.

 

Week of November 7th:

If you have not done so, don’t forget to set your clocks back one hour as Daylight Saving Time has ended.

Tuesday is Election Day.  Don’t forget to vote.  Our Library will serve as a polling location.

Wednesday is the Blood Drive.  Every donation saves lives.  On Wednesday, we also have a Cleveland Governance Council meeting at 3:15 PM meeting in the PCR.

There will be no school Friday in observance of Veterans Day.

 

Week of October 31st:

This is Homecoming Spirit Week.  Please remember that all spirit attire must adhere to the school dress code.  Additional details are available on the website.  Remember that the District has banned clown costumes, masks, and makeup this year.

On Tuesday, school will let out at 1:34 PM.

Friday is the Homecoming Pep Rally at lunch.  This event is for students and faculty only.

The Homecoming Parade and football game are on Friday evening.  You may purchase tickets at the Student Store this week during nutrition and lunch.  There will be limited availability at the gate.

The Homecoming Dance is Saturday from 7 PM to 11 PM in the MPR.  Tickets are available at the Student Store.  Purchase them before they sell out.

Looking ahead: Daylight Saving Time begins on Sunday, November 6th.

 

Week of October 24th:

Monday is the last day to submit your meal application. Remember, every application counts! If you qualified last year but have not submitted one this year, please do so immediately. 

On Tuesday, there will be a School Site Council meeting at 3:15 PM in the PCR. 

Tuesday through Thursday we will be conducting Career and College Awareness Workshops with students through English and Math classes.

Looking ahead, next week is Homecoming Spirit Week, culminating with the Homecoming Dance on Saturday, November 5th. Guidelines for costumes and spirit week attire are posted on the school website. Additionally, students may purchase their dance tickets at the Student Store, but do so as soon as possible before they sell out.

 

Week of October 17th:

Tuesday is a professional development day for staff. School lets out at 1:34 PM.

Wednesday is a reverse minimum day for the PSAT.  Please check the schedule on the school website for details.

Thursday we will be participating in the Great CA Shakeout Earthquake Drill,

 

Week of October 10th:

There will be no school on Wednesday.

Coffee with the Principal is Thursday at 9:15 AM in the Parent Center.  Our counseling staff will go over graduation requirements.

On Thursday, we also invite 11th grade students and their parents or guardians to join us at College Night for Juniors at 6 PM in the MPR.

Please continue to return all federal meal applications to the Main Office or submit them online at www.myschoolapps.com.

No habrá escuela este miércoles, 12 de octubre.

Café con la Directora tendrá lugar este jueves, 14 de octubre, a las 9:15 am, en el Centro de Padres. Nuestras consejeras repasarán los requisitos para la graduación.

Este jueves, 14 de octubre, a las 6:30 pm, tendremos la Noche universitaria para estudiantes del año 11 y sus padres o tutores en el auditorio de la escuela.

Por favor, si no lo han hecho todavía, devuelvan la Solicitud para beneficios de alimentos a la Oficina Principal o cibernéticamente en www.myschoolapps.com


Week of September 26th:

Ninth and 11th grade students: this is the last week to register for the PSAT. The cost is $15 payable at the Student Store; those who are on the free or reduced meal program will pay $5 at the College Office. The PSAT is free for all 10th grade students.

Additionally, if any student is currently receiving a free lunch through the federal meal program but has not submitted a new application this school year, make sure to do so by September 28th.

Looking ahead: there will be no school on Monday, October 3rd.

For up-to-date information, please check out our website at www.clevelandhs.org or Like us on Facebook at Grover Cleveland Charter High School.

 

Week of September 19th: 

The PTSA membership drive continues this week. Please support this worthy organization.

Ninth and 11th grade students can sign up for the PSAT. The cost is $15 payable at the Student Store. Those on the free or reduced lunch program will pay $5 and may register at the College Office. All 10th grade students take the test for free.

Tuesday is a professional development day for staff: school lets out at 1:34 PM. 

The first PTSA meeting is Wednesday at 6:30 PM in the Parent Center.

Please continue to turn in your lunch application. Our Title I funding depends on you.

 

Week of September 12th:

This week, 9th and 11th grade students may begin signing up for the PSAT. It is mandatory and free for all 10th grade students. Fee waivers are available for those on the free or reduced meal program. For more information, drop by the College Office.

On Tuesday, there will be a Cleveland Governance Council meeting at 3:15 PM in the PCR. 

On Thursday, join us for Coffee with the Principal at 9:15 AM in the Parent Center. At 10:30 AM in the Parent Center, we will have the English Learner Advisory Committee Orientation and Election. 

Thursday is also College Night for Seniors at 6 PM in the MPR. There will be information about the college admissions process, a panel discussion with select admissions officers, and a workshop on the personal statement.

 

If you haven’t done so, please submit your federal meal program application whether you qualify or not. Our goal is 100% participation. Our Title I funding depends on you.

 

 

Week of September 5th:

There will be no school on Monday in observance of Labor Day.

Tuesday is a professional development day for staff.  School will let out at 1:34 PM.

Thursday is Financial Aid Night for seniors at 6 PM in the MPR.  This is an important meeting for parents and 12th grade students.

Thank you for your patience as we continue to balance classes.  We plan to finish all schedule changes by Friday.

Please continue to return all federal meal applications to the Main Office or submit them online at www.myschoolapps.com.

Please remember as well that there is no on-campus student parking.  Unpermitted cars will be ticketed.

 

Week of August 29th:

Join us Wednesday, August 31st at 6 PM for Back-to-School Night. This is an opportunity for parents to receive an overview of each teacher’s instructional program. Several parent group meetings will take place that evening prior to the classroom visits. Please check the website for details. 

We will be on a shortened day schedule Thursday, September 1st. School will let out at 1:59 PM. We will hold parent conferences that day from 2-4 PM. Please request appointments with individual teachers.

There will be no school on Friday, September 2nd.

Looking ahead: There will be no school on Monday, September 5th in observance of Labor Day.

Week of August 22nd:

Students who do not have lockers can get one at the Student Store during nutrition and lunch.

Monday and Tuesday are ID Picture Days.  Teachers will provide students with the schedule.

Tuesday is a staff development day.  Students will be dismissed at 1:34 PM.  There will be no late buses.

Please continue to return all federal meal applications to the Main Office or submit them online at www.apply for lunch.com.  Our Title One funding depends on the submission of meal applications.

This is a reminder that the Attendance Office will not deliver individual lunches dropped off by parents for students. 

Looking ahead: please join us for Back-to-School Night on August 31st from 6 to 7:30 PM.  PHBAO Parent Conferencing is scheduled for September 1st from 2-4 PM.  Requests for appointments can be made directly with individual teachers.

 

Week of June 6th:

We will be on a minimum day schedule the entire week of June 6th-June 10th.  There will be no late buses all week.

Final exams are Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. School will let out at 12:36 on these dates.

Locker cleanout is Wednesday at 1 PM.  

Mandatory graduation rehearsal for seniors is Thursday at 8 AM in the Big Gym. School lets out at 12:34 PM on Thursday. 

Graduation is also on Thursday at 6 PM on the Football Field.

The last day of instruction is Friday. School lets out at 12:34 PM on Friday.

Looking ahead: summer school begins June 27th.

Week of May 30th:

There will be no school on Monday in observance of Memorial Day.  School resumes Tuesday.

Please join us on Tuesday at 6 PM for the Music Department’s Spring Concert.

Celebration Showcase will be on Friday, June 3rd at 6 PM.  Tickets are available from any cheerleader or in F-9 for $7.

Looking ahead: We will be on a minimum day schedule the week of June 6th-June 10th.  Final exams are June 6th-8th. Locker cleanout is Wednesday, June 8th at 1 PM.  Mandatory graduation rehearsal for seniors is June 9th at 8 AM in the Big Gym.  Graduation is on Thursday, June 9th at 6 PM on the Football Field. The last day of instruction is Friday, June 10th.

Week of May 23:

Smarter Balanced Testing resumes this week for 11th grade students.

Looking ahead: There will be no school on Monday, May 30 in observance of Memorial Day.

 

Week of May 16th:

Smarter Balanced Testing begins this week for 11th grade students.

 

Week of May 9th:

Advanced Placement exams continue this week.  Good luck to our Cavalier scholars.

 

Week of May 2nd:

Advanced Placement exams begin this week.  Good luck to our Cavalier scholars.

Don’t forget that we will be offering summer school from June 27th to July 29th.  See your counselor for more information.

 

Week of April 25th:

We will be on a shortened day schedule on Tuesday. School will let out at 1:59 PM.

Tuesday is also our spring Blood Drive. Every donation saves three lives.

Wednesday is Denim Day. Help raise awareness about Sexual Assault by wearing jeans or other denim on this day.

Additionally, we will be showcasing student art on Wednesday during our annual Chalk Fest.

Looking ahead: April 30th is the last day of Saturday School. Students who need to make up additional classes may sign up for Summer School with their counselor. Summer school will run from June 27th to July 29th. Moreover, next week we begin AP testing. 

 

Week of April 18th:

There will be Drill Team tryouts Monday through Thursday at 3:15 in the Dance Room.

On Thursday, all 10th grade students will take the CST Life Science Test. 

Thursday is also Coffee with the Principal at 9:15 AM in the Parent Center.

Don't forget to submit your summer school application to your counselor.

Looking ahead: Please note that on April 26th, we will be on a shortened day schedule. School will let out at 1:59 PM.

 

Week of April 11th:

If you need to take summer school, make sure to submit your application to your counselor ASAP.

Looking ahead: Please note that on April 26th, we will be on a shortened day schedule. School will let out at 1:59 PM.

 

Week of April 4th:

Tuesday is the Panorama Picture for Seniors.

If you missed the Drama Department’s presentation of West Side Story, you have two more opportunities to see the musical April 8th and 9th at 7 PM in the MPR. Our Music Department will perform the score live during every performance.

 

Week of March 28th:

There will be no school on Monday in observance of Cesar Chavez’s birthday. 

Tuesday is a PD day. School will let out at 1:34 PM.

Drama presents Westside Story on Friday and Saturday, April 1st and 2nd, at 7PM in the MPR. Tickets are $5 for students and $8 for adults.

 

Week of March 14th:


Daylight Saving Time begins Sunday, March 13th.  Don't forget to spring forward one hour so that no one is late Monday.

Please join us for Coffee with the Principal on Thursday, March 17th where we will be discussing counseling services.

Looking ahead: Spring break is March 21st-25th.  We will also be observing Cesar Chavez’s Birthday on March 28th and school will resume Tuesday, March 29.

 

Week of March 7th:

Congratulations to our Humanities Magnet for being honored nationally by the Magnet Schools of America as a School of Distinction.

Tuesday is a Professional Development Day.  School will let out at 1:34 PM.  There will be no late buses.

 

Week of February 29th:

On Thursday, we invite you to Open House from 6:00-7:30 PM.  We will be ringing the bells period-by-period, so please adhere to your child’s schedule.

Friday is a shortened day with a 1:59 PM dismissal for PHBAO Parent Conferencing.  Appointments with teachers are available between 2 and 4 PM.  Please send a request to individual teachers by Monday, February 29th.

Looking ahead: Saturday, March 5th is Northwest Fest at Reseda High School from 9 AM to 3 PM.  Cleveland students will be showcasing our many programs and will be participating in a variety of visual and performing arts events.  We will also have a 1:34 PM dismissal on March 8th.

 

Week of February 22nd:

Tuesday is a Professional Development Day.  School lets out at 1:34 PM.  There will be no late buses.

On Thursday, we will have a Shelter-in-Place Drill during period 2.

Looking ahead: Thursday, March 3rd is Open House from 6 PM to 7:30 PM.  Friday, March 4th is PHBAO Parent Conferencing from 2-4 PM.  You may request an appointment with your child’s teacher for March 4th by sending a note to each teacher by Monday, February 29th.

 

Week of February 15th:

This is Ms. Duong from Grover Cleveland Charter High School with our weekly update for February 15th through 19th.

 

Congratulations to our Academic Decathlon team. Among the many honors it received, the team will be heading to the State competition in March to represent Cleveland.

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There will be no school on Monday in observance of President’s Day.

 

Join us on Thursday for Coffee with the Principal at 9:15 AM in the Parent Center.

 

On Friday, we have our Spring Blood Drive.  Every donation saves three lives.

 

Looking ahead, there will be a PD day on February 23rd.

 

Week of February 8th:

This is Ms. Duong from Grover Cleveland Charter High School with your weekly update for February 9-12.

Tuesday is a PD Day. School will let out at 1:34 PM. There will be no late buses.

Don’t forget to complete your School Experience Survey. We encourage all students and parents to participate. You may access the link on our school website. We need your input because your voice matters and the survey is used by the State to determine our school ranking.

Looking ahead: There will no school on Monday, February 15th in observance of President’s Day.

Week of January 25th:

This is Ms. Duong from Grover Cleveland Charter High School with our weekly update for January 25th-29th.

Your voice matters. We encourage you to take the School Experience Survey by February 11th. The link is available on the school website.

On Tuesday, school lets out at 1:34 PM. There will be no late buses.

On Wednesday, students and parents are invited to join us and the LAUSD Facilities Division for a community meeting to discuss our campus modernization project. The event will be at 6 PM in the MPR.

Looking ahead, on Saturday, we will continue with Saturday School. The College Office will also host a financial aid workshop for seniors on the 30th. You will receive assistance with completing your FAFSA. Sign ups are available in H-2.

 

Week of January 18th:

On Monday, there will be no school in observance of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr,’s birthday. 

School resumes Tuesday.

We invite you to Coffee with the Principal on Thursday at 9:15 AM in the Parent Center to review the School Accountability Report Card.

Looking ahead: Saturday School continues this week. Additionally, we invite you to a community meeting on January 27th at 6 PM in our MPR where the LAUSD Facilities Division will provide you with updates on the campus modernization project.

 

Week of January 11th:

Welcome back, Cavaliers. We hope you have had a wonderful break. 

School resumes this Monday. Students should report to their fall semester period 2 classes at 7:57 AM to pick up their new spring schedules. Those enrolled in 0 period should do as instructed by their fall semester 0 period teachers in December. New enrollees should go to the Attendance Office.

Beginning at nutrition, Request to See Counselor forms will be available in the College Office and Magnet Office. Counselors will not make any changes to programs until Tuesday, at the earliest. 

Tuesday is a professional development day. School will let out at 1:34 PM. There will be no late buses. 

Credit Recover Saturday School begins this Saturday, January 16th. Classes will be from 8 AM to 12:20 PM. Counselors will send out notifications starting on Monday to those who could benefit from this opportunity. Classes will run for 15 weeks and end April 30th.

Looking ahead, there will be no school on Monday, January 18th in observance of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr’s birthday.

 

Week of December 7th:

On Tuesday, we have Financial Aid Night for Seniors at 6 PM in the MPR.

On Wednesday, the Music Department presents its Winter Concert at 6 PM in the MPR.

Thursday is Coffee with the Principal at 9:15 AM in the Parent Center.

Senior Skate Night is also 6 PM on Thursday at Skateland.

On December 11th and 12th the Drama Department presents the final two performances of  Auntie Mame in the MPR at 7 PM.  Tickets are $5 for students and $8 for adults.

Looking ahead, we will be on a minimum day schedule December 15th-17th for finals.  We will also be on a minimum day schedule on December 18th. 

 

Weeks of November 23rd and 30th:

There will be no school the week of November 23rd.  The offices will be closed.

Seniors, remember that CSU and UC applications are due Monday, November 30th.

Tuesday, December 1st is a PD day.  School lets out at 1:34 PM.  There will be no late buses.

Friday, December 4th is the fall semester Blood Drive. 

On December 4th, 5th, 11th, and 12th the Drama Department presents Auntie Mame in the MPR at 7 PM.  Tickets are $5 for students and $8 for adults.

We wish everyone a safe and healthy Thanksgiving. 

 

Week of November 16th:

Tuesday is a PD day. School lets out at 1:34 PM. There will be no late buses.

Information about the District’s three-year calendar options for 2016-2019 is available on the school web site.

Looking ahead: school will be closed the week of November 23-27.

 

Week of November 9th:

Wednesday is Veterans’ Day.  There will be no school.

On Thursday, please join us for Coffee with the Principal at 9:15 AM in the Parent Center.  There will also be a PTSA meeting at 6 PM in the Parent Center.

 

Week of October 26th:

On Tuesday, we have our School Site Council meeting at 3:15 PM in the Principal’s Conference Room.

College Night for Juniors is also on Tuesday at 6 PM in the MPR. We invite all members of the class of 2017 along with their parents or guardians to attend this important evening.

Homecoming Dance Tickets are on sale this week for $20. Ticket prices will go up next week. The dance is on Saturday, November 7th from 7-11 PM in the MPR. Details and dress code information are available in the Student Activities section of the school website.

Thank you for your patience as District maintenance workers continue to fix the water pipes in the Big Gym. There were complications with the electrical system and we hope the repairs are completed by the end of the week, if not earlier.

Week of October 19th
 
Tuesday is a PD day and school will let out at 1:34 PM.  There will be no late buses.
 
Work continues this week on the water pipes in the Big Gym.  We are sorry for the inconvenience as there were complications with the electrical system.  
 
Week of October 12th

Monday and Tuesday are regular school days.

On Wednesday, we will administer the PSAT.  All 10th grade students will take the test and will go to their testing location at 7:57 AM.  9th and 11th grade students who signed up to take the test will do the same.  Testing locations are posted in the Administration Building.  Students who are not taking the test will do the following:

  • 12th grade students signed up for the senior activity will go to the MPR.
  • All other 9th-12th grade students not testing should go to the Big Gym, unless previously notified.

Further information is available on the website.

On Thursday, we will participate in the statewide Shake Drill.

Friday is also a regular school day.

If you have not submitted a meal application, please do so.  If your son or daughter qualified last year, but hasn’t submitted an application for the new school year, please note that meal service ended September 30th if no new application is on file. 

Week of October 5th 

Tuesday is a professional development day. School lets out at 1:34 PM.  There will be no late buses.

On Thursday, we have Coffee with the Principal.  Please join us at 9:15 AM in the Parent Center.  

Saturday School will begin October 10th.  We will be offering a variety of credit recovery options.  For more information, contact the Counseling Office.

It is not too late to turn in your PTSA membership envelope.  Please drop it off in the Main Office.

If you have not submitted a meal application, please do so.  If your son or daughter qualified last year, but hasn’t submitted an application for the new school year, please note that meal service will end September 30th if no new application is on file. 

Week of September 28th

It is not too late to turn in your PTSA membership envelope.  Please drop it off in the Main Office.

If you have not submitted a meal application, please do so.  If your son or daughter qualified last year, but hasn’t submitted an application for the new school year, please note that meal service will end September 30th if no new application is on file. 

Week of September 21st:
 
Tuesday is a professional development day. School lets out at 1:34 PM. There will be no late buses.

Wednesday is an unassigned day. There will be no school.

On Thursday, we have College Night for Seniors at 6 PM in the MPR. We will have a UC, CSU, and private school representative panel session as well as a Personal Statement Workshop conducted by the English Department Chair.

Additionally, our local district invites all students to College Fest at LA Valley College on Saturday, September 26th from 9 AM-noon. This event is open to all students and their parents. There will be 80 college reps and informative workshops on topics such as the college essay, the SAT vs ACT, and financial aid.

Please remember that every meal application counts! Our Title I funding depends on it. If you have not submitted a meal application, please do so. If your son or daughter qualified last year, but hasn’t submitted an application for the new school year, please note that meal service will end September 30th if no new application is on file.

 
Week of September 14th:

Monday is an unassigned day and there will be no school.

School resumes Tuesday.  We will be on a regular day schedule.

The PTSA membership drive is under way.  Please support our organization with your $8 per person contribution.  The drive ends September 18th

Please remember that every meal application counts!  Our Title I funding depends on it. If you have not submitted a meal application, please do so.  If your son or daughter qualified last year, but hasn’t submitted an application for the new school year, please note that meal service will end September 30th if no new application is on file. 

Please remember as well that there is no on-campus student parking.  Unpermitted cars will be ticketed.

 
Week of September 7th:
 
There will be no school on Monday in observance of Labor Day.

School resumes Tuesday.  We will be on a Professional Development Day schedule and school will let out at 1:34 PM.

The PTSA membership drive is under way.  Please support this worthy organization with your $8 per person contribution.  The drive ends September 18th

Coffee with the Principal is this Thursday at 9:15 AM in the Parent Center.  We will be going over the a-g requirements for the class of 2016-2019. 

We also invite our students and parents to the PTSA general meeting at 6 PM on Thursday in the Parent Center.

In order to ensure the safety of our students, we would like to remind parents of the following:

  • Drive carefully and watch for student and adult pedestrians
  • When dropping off students, please do not allow your children to exit vehicles unless the cars are pulled over and parked parallel to the sidewalk
  • Make sure students utilize crosswalks
  • Do not double park in front of the campus at any time
  • Staff parking lots are not to be used for student drop off or pick up
  • Please remember as well that there is no on-campus student parking.  Unpermitted cars will be ticketed.