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Principal:
Tim Schwuchow - 956-0212
Vice Principal:
Larry Oedewaldt - 956-0221
Vice Principal:
Jean Pugh - 956-0222
Administrator:
Jennifer Hudson - 956-0220
Attendance:
Kim Smith - 956-0231
Nurse:
Cindy Carter: 956-0271
Project Lead The Way:
Doug Coffin - 956-0317
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Student Bulletin

  • October 17-23, 2014

    STUDENT BULLETIN:

    FREE FLU SHOTS will be offered on Wednesday, October 29 from 10-4:00 at the Ronald Reagan Community Center, 195 E. Douglas Avenue.  Again, they are free, so get your flu shot now. 

    THE AUSSIES ARE COMING: G’Day Sultans – The Aussies are coming and we need a few good mateys to house them.  We are short on female housing, so any Sultan female interested in establishing an international friendship, please come see Mr. Lelevier in room 308.  To repeat, females that may be able to house an Aussie are highly needed, so please visit room 308 today to get more information. 

    THE CLEAN WATER CLUB meets today at lunch in room S8.  It’s an important meeting. We will be finalizing plans for Club Rush Day, so please be there.  Anyone else is welcome to come check it out or talk to Mr. Henning for more information.

    RECYCLING: Students, please continue to recycle your cans and bottles in the small, tan recycling containers in your classrooms.  The funds collected from these help the Clean Water Club provide water filters to families in Fiji who do not have clean, safe drinking water.  Paper and other recyclables can go in the blue containers, but we really need your cans and bottles.

    PEER MEDIATION: Attention students – Peer mediators are here and available for you.  This year’s mediators are Brielle Wilkerson, Tara Kyne and Deanna Aguiar.  They can help you resolve conflicts between you and someone that you are having a disagreement with.  They are also available if you just need another student to talk to.  So, if you need help resolving issues between friends, you can grab a request slip in any classroom or in the guidance office.

    PURPLE TENNIS NATION: Our Lady Purple Tennis Nation brought their season to a close last night with a tightly contested 10-8 loss to Grossmont.  In doubles, Sarah Morgan and Nevada Hutt finished a great year with a 3-game sweep and in singles, sophomore, Sydney Benjamin won an impressive 2 of 3.  Although the season was long and quite bumpy you all made your coaches proud.  If there were a league title for class, effort and sportsmanship you all would have won it hands down.  We have our last meeting today at lunch for the entire Lady Nation.

    There is a girls’ soccer meeting today at lunch in the dance room.

    All boys interested in soccer, there is a mandatory meeting today at lunch in room 311.  We will be going over tryout information, important dates, and times along with clearance information. 

    LUNCH APPLICATIONS: Lunch applications from the 2013-14 school year expired on October 13.  If you have not turned in a new lunch application for the 2014-15 school year, you will not be able to get a lunch.  Applications are available on line, in the front office, and at the cafeteria.

    PEER MEDIATION: Attention students – Peer mediators are here and available for you.  This year’s mediators are Brielle Wilkerson, Tara Kyne and Deanna Aguiar.  They can help you resolve conflicts between you and someone that you are having a disagreement with.  They are also available if you just need another student to talk to.  So, if you need help resolving issues between friends, you can grab a request slip in any classroom or in the guidance office.

    STAND UP: Are you tired of being bullied or teased and don’t know what to do?  A new group called Stand Up is being organized to address this issue.  This group will introduce strategies to stand up to bullying and different ways to make the situation better, including empowering students to feel more confident in speaking up for yourself and others you may see being targeted.  For more information, please see Mr. Anderson in the counseling office.

    PARKING PERMIT: Just a reminder - If you are driving to school, you must obtain a parking permit from Mrs. King in the Vice Principal’s Office.  If you received one last year and still have the sticker on your car, you must pick up a form and renew your permit. 

    WORK PERMITS: All Work Permits from last school year and over the summer expired on Monday, September 8.  If you are still employed and you haven’t already completed a new work permit application, you must do so.  Your work permit is no longer valid.  Please come by and see Mrs. Bingham for a new application and to ask questions.

    PEACE COUNCIL: Join Peace Council and make a difference.  Meetings are Wednesdays at lunch in room 105.

    BOOK CLUB: Hello Sultan Readers!  If you enjoy reading and would like to share your love of books with other Sultans, join Santana’s Book Club every Friday at lunch in the library.  Bring your lunch and the love of literature.

    ZOMBIE CLUB: If you want to survive the zombie apocalypse, come to room S-7 every Wednesday at lunch in Ms. Chandler’s room.  Don’t be left for dead.  We are all infected!

    KEY CLUB: Join Key Club to participate in fun community service activities.  We meet Thursdays at lunch in room S2.  Also, members that signed up for our Roadside Pride activity should meet at the Jack in the Box on Magnolia by 67 and Gillespie Field.

    CLEAN WATER CLUB: This is a reminder to the Clean Water Club and anyone else who would like to check it out that we meet today and every Friday at lunch in room S8

    DISNEY CLUB: You’ve got a friend in us.  Come join Santana’s very own Disney Club.  Have you always wanted to go to Disneyland, but lacked the time or money?  Disney Club fundraises to go to Disneyland, so come join and plan for the 2015 Disneyland trip.  Fundraising starts soon, so join before it’s too late.  They meet Tuesdays at lunch in Mr. Reilly’s room.

    Posted Oct 17, 2014, 10:24 AM by Santana Sultans
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