SUMMER SCHOOL: Summer School applications are now available. You can pick up an application at the attendance counter. See your counselor if you have questions. Space is limited, so turn in your application ASAP.
CLASS OFFICER: Applications are available starting today in the ASB room or Mrs. Dunne’s room – 307. If you’re interested in planning activities and raising funds for your class so your Senior Prom can be awesome, then apply to be a Class Officer. Offices available are President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Publicity and Activities. You must have at least one year of class office experience to run for Class President. Applications will be available through next Friday, May 2nd and all those running must submit their applications and attend a mandatory meeting at lunch on Monday, May 5th. If you have any questions, see Mrs. Dunne.
DODGEBALL: On your marks, get set, Dodgeball!! Save the date! The ASB Annual Dodgeball Tournament will be on Thursday, May 15. Sign-ups and more information to follow.
ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS: The Yearbook Class is looking for students interested in photography, graphic design, or journalism. No experience is necessary. Take an interesting elective, earn a varsity letter and help us make the 50th Anniversary Edition. Go to room 1410 for more information or visit the yearbook website.
SCI-FI CLUB: Have you ever envisioned flying cars, starships, even aliens? If so, the Sci-Fi Club is just the place for you. Our first meeting is on Wednesday, April 30th in room 106 at lunch. We hope to see you in the future.
WINTERGUARD: Congratulations to the Santana Winterguard team for their 4th place showing at the recent Championships in Orange County. With a score of 80.10, they improved their scores over 23 points from the first competition in February, where they scored 57.2 points. Way to go!
DANCE TEAM: Auditions are coming! If you would like to be a part of the JV or Varsity dance team, pick up an application in Mrs. King’s office in the front or download an application at www.santanadanceteam.com . Both JV and Varsity practices over the summer, goes to camp, and all teams perform at games, assemblies, pep rallies and attends competition. Being on the team is free and varsity dancers can earn a varsity letter. Don’t miss out on this exciting opportunity. Auditions are May 5th-7th and you must attend every day.
SWIM TEAM: The swim team continues to dominate in League. Both teams remain undefeated with their victory against Monte Vista last week. The swimmers of the meet were Adi Dinescu and Brooke Motl for varsity, Alyssa Rose and Noah Kemp for JV, and Brooke Abrantes for dive. Today, we would also like to recognize the seniors, Sydney Ancira, Eric Bowen, Richard Boyer, Katie Galarneau, Hailey Gerry, Hannah Hippensteel, Eric Marx, Keenan Nordeen, Tommie Post Destinee Ripperger, and Griffin Rizzo who will be honored today at our meeting against El Cajon at our pool at 4:15.
GOLF TEAM: The Sultan golf team is finishing the season strong going in to the final week of league play with a 4 and 1 record. The team shot their best round on Tuesday in a victory over Monte Vista. Andy Cornish, Morgen Monroe, and Josh Fentress lead the team with scores of 44 each. Brian Spicher, Hunter Reynolds, and Matt Emory also contributed in the victory. The Sultan golf team can secure a league championship with a victory over El Capitan next week. Wish them luck!
CONGRATULATIONS to the following tracksters for their 1st place finish in yesterday’s track meet: Janice Deguerio – 800 meter, Taylor Estes – 100 and 300 hurdles, and Victoria Hilke – long jump and triple jump. Way to go!
GOT FOOTBALL?: Anyone interested in playing football this coming year – There will be an informational meeting today at lunch in the weight room. We will talk about spring football dates, times and the summer workouts.
WORK PERMITS: Are you going to need a work permit? The front office will be closed during Spring Break and no one will be available to process work permits during that time. Student, please plan accordingly and submit your work permits with enough time to be processed before Spring Break.
STAND UP TO BULLYING: A new group is being organized and students participating in this group will learn strategies for standing up to bullying and different ways to make the situation better and to become empowered. This group is part of an action research study being completed by Ms. Crandall as part of her Master’s program in School Counseling at USD. Participation in the group is voluntary and students can join the group based on interest. All students are free to end their participation in the group at any time, with no negative consequences if they no longer wish to participate. For more information, please see Ms. Crandall in the counseling office.
ATTENTION SENIORS: Grossmont and Cuyamaca Colleges are now accepting applications for the Fall Semester. Visit their websites to complete their online application. Once your complete the application, you will still need to sign up for an assessment and new student orientation in order to get priority registration for your classes.
CLEAN WATER CLUB: This is a reminder that the Clean Water Club meets each Friday at lunch in Room S-8. And, please keep recycling your cans and bottles in the tan containers in your classroom. Your recycling helps to provide clean drinking water for families in Fiji and around the world. Thank you.
WORK PERMITS: If you are currently employed you MUST have a valid work permit on file. If you are under 18 years of age and working without a work permit both you and your employer are breaking the law! Please stop by and see Ms. Bingham in the front office to pick up a work permit application.
SPORTS CLUB: Love sports? Join us every Wednesday at lunch for Sports Club. Look for the sign in front of the gym entrance for the weekly sport.
PARKING STICKER: If you drive your car to school, you must obtain a parking sticker from Mrs. King. Pick up a green application in her office, fill it out, have your parent sign it, and bring it back to her and she will give you a parking sticker. Campus Supervisors will be issuing citations if there is not a sticker on your vehicle.
PEER SUPPORT: Attention students – Are you in conflict with someone on campus? Do you need to resolve an issue with someone else? Maybe you just need someone to talk to? Have you witnessed others around you drinking, smoking, bullying, and cheating on tests? Peer supporters have been trained to help you through those difficult times and teach you how to step up and stand up for what’s right. Peer supporters can also help you and your friend in conflict resolve your issues and find peace again. If you are in need of any help, stop by the guidance office and fill out a peer supporter referral form. Peer supporters are here to help you everyday.