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Wednesday– November 13, 2019


Regular Schedule Gold (B) Day

Periods 1 / 5

7:40 - 9:10


9:10 - 9:15

Periods 2 / 6

9:20 - 10:50

1st Lunch

10:50 - 11:25

Early 3 / 7

10:55 - 12:25

Late 3 / 7

11:30 - 1:00

2nd Lunch

12:25 - 1:00

Periods 4 / 8

1:05 - 2:35


Events & Activities


Wednesday, Nov. 13

~ Canned Food Drive

~Booster Club Meeting

Thursday, Nov. 14

~Canned Food Drive

~College/Career Fair

Friday, Nov. 15

~Canned Food Drive

~PVL Playoff Game vs Colfax- Home (Added)

Saturday, Nov. 16

~Canned Food Drive

~Girls Basketball  Scimmage @ Valley High

Events and Activities are subject to change, please check the calendars on our website @ for up to date information


New News:

Our annual canned food drive has started. Please turn in cans and non-perishable food items at lunch to the boxes assigned to your class. Whichever class donates the most food gets class points toward class for the year. 


Don't miss NaNoWriMo in the library on Thursday during both lunches


Something exciting is happening in the Library! Meghan, our Sacramento County Youth Librarian will be here Thursday, November 21st for our NaNoWriMo month. She will be giving pointers, tips, and tricks for writing, she will also be talking about the Sacramento Publication program at the library. You don't want to miss it! 


Computer Science Club meets after school today in room 300


Continuing News:


FBLA will hold it's November meeting this Thursday in Room 500.  We are still accepting applications for membership. Stop by for networking and some fun. Mrs. Cummings


Krispy Kreme donuts will be available for purchase on Friday, November 15th before school in front of the Hum building. Price will be $1 for 1 donut or $10 for a dozen.


"Our Fall College/Career Fair will be on Thursday, Nov. 14 during both lunches. Meet with local Community Colleges and Universities such as Sac State and UC Davis. AVID Seniors will be presenting information about out of state colleges as well. All grade levels are welcome. See Mr. Camarena for questions".