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Friday, January 18, 2019

 

Regular Day Schedule Gold (B) Day

Periods 1 / 5

7:40 - 9:10

Break

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

 

Friday, January 18

~Girls Basketball @ Bear River 5:30pm

Saturday, January 19

~Wrestling JV & Girls @ Del Oro 9:00 am

~Wrestling Varsity Duals @ Placer 9:00 am

 

Events & Activities at a Glance

 

Monday, January 21

~No School

~Boys Soccer vs Marysville- Home 4:30pm

~Girls soccer @ Marysville 4:30pm

Tuesday, January 22

~Boys Basketball @ Marysville 4:00pm

Wednesday, January 23

~Wrestling @ Foothill

~Girls Basketball vs Marysville- Home 4:00pm

~Boys Soccer @ Lindhurst 4:30pm

~Girls Soccer vs Lindhurst- Home 4:30pm

~Wrestling Duals @ Foothill 5:00pm

Thursday, January 24

~Girls Basketball @ Foothill- 5:30pm

Friday, January 25

~Boys Basketball @ Lindhurst- Home 4:00pm

Saturday, January 26

~Team Wrestling CIF-SJS- 9:00am

Events and Activities are subject to change, please check the calendars on our website at Centerhigh.org for up to date information

 

New News:

Seniors in search of community service: 

The Placer County SPCA offers community service projects.  For more information, go to their website at:    http://placerspca.org/education/community-service/  Contact Jenny at:  (916) 872-6175 or email humaneedu@placerspca.org.  Your project needs to be approved before verification of hours will be granted. 

 

The Freshmen boys basketball team needs a manager. If interested, see Coach Gagnon in room 404. - Coach Gagnon

 

Continuing News:

"Please join us on Thursday January 24 to meet and greet Roxanne Luppino from American River College. She will be providing information about American River College Career Education Programs. She will also be available to answer general questions about admissions and financial aid. Ms. Luppino will be here both lunches in the quad and after school in the library. If you have any questions please see Mr. Camarena at the Career Center." 

Baseball parent information meeting is scheduled for Monday January 28th in the library at 6:00 pm

 

Summer Paid-Internship Opportunity:

The Bank of America Charitable Foundation’s Student Leaders Program is accepting applications for the 2019 Student Leaders program. This eight-week paid internship is for High School juniors and seniors. The program helps students gain a greater understanding of how nonprofits create impact in the community and helps develop students as the next generation of community leaders. The application deadline is February 1, 2019. For more information please see Mr. Camarena at the Career Center. 

 

Scholarship of the Month:

Attention All Seniors - the Physicians for Social Responsibility (PSR)  Sacramento Chapter is pleased to announce the opening of its 2019 High School Scholarship Essay Contest. It is open to high school seniors in Sacramento and surrounding counties. A total of $15,000 in scholarships will be awarded to 12 winners. Deadline for students to enter the contest is on Saturday, March 23 2019. For more information please come and see Mr. Camarena at the Career Center. 

 

The EngineerGirl writing contest is open now. First prize is $500.Write a story about women and girls saving the day with their wits, skill, and whatever resources they can find to solve the problem. Stories that inspire EngineerGirl readers to think, “I want to be able to do that” or “I can do that.” Open to both boys and girls, deadline is Feb 1st.  Go to www.engineergirl.org  or see Ms. Stout for more info.

 

Interested in playing Tennis in the spring?  Conditioning will be Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:00 to 4:30 from Tuesday, January 15th to Thursday, January 31st.  Tennis tryouts begin on February 4th and we meet every day from 2:50 to 5:00 p.m.

 

March for the Dream, the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.  Walk on January 21st is looking for volunteers to help set up and tear down before and after the event. Opportunities for community service can be had by going to the website at:

http://marchforthedream.org/volunteer/   Remember seniors, if you plan on completing the walk, it counts as a two community service hours and two political service hours.  Details, parking, maps and schedules are on the website.