T I G E R  B E A T    Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Today’s Schedule: 

Period 1

8:00

9:10

Pass

9:10

9:17

Period 2

9:17

10:37

Nutrition

10:37

10:44

Pass

10:44

10:51

Period 3

10:51

12:01

Lunch

12:01

12:36

Pass

12:36

12:43

Period 4

12:43

1:53

Pass

1:53

2:00

Period 5

2:00

3:10

 

This week in Sports

Sport

Day

Opponent

Location

Time

Dismiss

Depart

BTN/JV

WED

SANTA YNEZ

SANTA YNEZ

3:00

12:30

12:40

BTN/V

WED

SANTA YNEZ

SLOHS

3:00

2:30

* * * *

VBA

THU

SANTA BARBARA

SANTA BARBARA

4:30

11:30

11:40

BGF

THU

NIPOMO

SLO COUNTRY CLUB

2:30

1:15

1:25

BTN/JV

THU

PIONEER VALLEY

SLOHS

3:00

2:30

* * * *

BTN/V

THU

PIONEER VALLEY

PIONEER VALLEY

3:00

1:20

1:30

TR&F

THU

PASO ROBLES

PASO ROBLES

3:30

1:20

1:30

BVB

THU

SANTA YNEZ

SANTA YNEZ

5:00/6:00

2:20

2:30

BA/JV, FR

THU

SANTA BARBARA

JV-SLOHS,

F-Taylor Field

3:30

* * * *

* * * *

SB/V

FRI

TEMPLETON

TEMPLETON

4:30

1:53

2:00

SB/JV

FRI

TEMPLETON

SLOHS

4:00

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Weekly Menu:

 

 

Wednesday: Made-to-order burritos (a new SLO High favorite!), ham and Swiss sandwiches, turkey ranch sandwiches.

Thursday: Chinese chicken rice bowls, turkey pesto sandwiches.

Friday: Western BBQ bacon burgers w/fries, apple-chicken sandwiches, veggie sandwiches, SLO turkey deli sandwiches made with freshly baked kaiser rolls. 

 

Staff: Salads can be ordered if you call in before 9 a.m. ($3.00)

 

Monday: Tuna salad (tuna, egg, cheese, lettuce, tomato)

Tuesday: Cobb salad (turkey, ham, cheese, blue cheese, egg, on a bed of salad greens.

Wednesday: Apple-chicken salad (chicken, apples, cucumbers, on a bed of salad greens with raspberry dressing)

Thursday: Chinese chicken salad (chicken, almonds, cabbage, show mein noodles.

Friday: Spinach salad (spinach, bacon, feta cheese, egg)

 

 

 
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SW&D

FRI

PASO ROBLES

PASO ROBLES

2:30

12:15

12:30

SB/V

SAT

MONACHE

SLOHS (DH)

11:00/1:00

* * * *

* * * *

SB/JV

SAT

NIPOMO

ATASCADERO

TBA

* * * *

TBA

SW&D

SAT

SLO DIVE PREVIEW

SINSHEIMER POOL

9:00

* * * *

* * * *

SW&D

SAT

FROSH/SOPH MEET

ARROYO GRANDE

9:00

* * * *

7:30

TR&F

SAT

ATASCADERO INVITE

ATASCADERO

9:00

* * * *

7:30

BVB

SAT

DOS PUEBLOS TOURNEY

UCSB-THUNDERDOME

* * * *

 

VBA

SAT

SANTA YNEZ

SLOHS

2:00

* * * *

* * * *

BA/JV

SAT

SANTA YNEZ

SANTA YNEZ

2:00

* * * *

12:00

 

 

 

Meeting TODAY AT LUNCH :

 

Comic Lovers Anonymous meets in room 305.

Interact Club meets in the Lecture Demo Room

Latin Club meets in room 136

Bicycle Club meets in room 306

Fellowship of Christian Athletes a.k.a. FCA: in room 206.

 

During winter formal, a student lost a royal blue sapphire necklace. It was a family

heirloom and means a lot to the family. If found, bring to Mr. Johnson in room 11.

There is a reward offered.

 

 

TODAY:

 

ATTENTION ALL BASKETBALL ENTHUSIASTS:  The March Madness Basketball Tournament will begin next Tuesday, March 18th.  So get your group of 5 friends together and sign up.  Packets are in front of the ASB Office and are due this Friday, March 14th.  Turn them in to room 13.  You won’t want to miss it!

 

WINTER FORMAL PHOTO’S ARE IN.  Come pick them up in room 13 before school, after school, during lunch and breaks ONLY.

National Latin Exam:   The National Latin Exam will be given TODAY, March 12, in the library during 3rd period. 

 

ATTENTION SENIORS:  Jostens will be handing out your graduation items tomorrow (Thursday, March 13th) in the New Gym Lobby during lunch.  Caps & Gowns will be delivered closer to graduation day. 

 

We’re celebrating Teen Tech Week, March 10-14th at the library! All week long we’ll be giving you quick tech tips to help you make the most of the library resources here at SLOHS.

Teen Tech Week Tip #3 - SLOHS Library-to-Go!  Search the library anytime, anywhere from your mobile device with the Destiny Quest mobile app. With this app you can view your account information, add a hold for a book you’ve been waiting for, and find new books. You can also access ETC Portal research tools with the Gale “Access My Library” app. Come in to the library for more details on these library apps and others, or visit our website at wordpress.slcusd.org/slohslibrary/. Don’t miss your daily chance to enter to win tickets to see Divergent by visiting our website!

 

           

 
 

 


                                Hey all you tigers, young and old...students and staff..  TODAY is the student -  staff basketball game. 

                        Come out and watch the Varsity girls and boys basketball teams combine to take on the SLO High staff.  Come watch

                        Mr. Stewart deny Sam Santos, Mr. Simon drain a three over Jonathan Edwards, and Mrs. Benson drive to the hoop.

Can Jessica Judge stop Mrs. Bates???  Come out TODAat 7:00 PM to find out.  Cost is free with ASB card, and $2.00 without an ASB card.  Come see who really are the king and queen of the court.

Registration for the 2014-15 school year has opened:   Yesterday during your 2nd period class, you received registration materials and directions explaining the process of selecting your courses for the 2014-15 school year.  There are two tasks you must complete by March 20th in order to successfully register for classes: 

 

1.  Fill in and complete your grade level Course Selection Card, obtain a parent signature and return the card to your 2nd period teacher by March 20th.

2.  Once you have completed your grade level Course Selection Card, log on to PowerSchool and enter your requested courses into the system by March 20th.   

 

If you have questions about specific graduation requirements, UC/CSU "a-g" subject requirements or would like to learn more about specific courses, the 2014-15 SLOHS Course Offerings Booklet is available on our website. 

 

Lastly, the window to register for courses closes on March 20th.  Enjoy exploring the many varied and exciting courses SLOHS has to offer.

 

Attention 11th Grade Students DON’T MISS OUT!:  The Early Assessment Program (EAP) exam will be given to 11th grade students TODAY, March 12th. You will either take it in your English class or in the Old Gym. For those students who do not have an English class TX3, you will test in the Old Gym during 2nd period.

 

 ANNOUNCEMENTS:

 

 

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream”  is presented by the Iambic Pentameter Club.  Come to the theatre on March 14, 20 & 21 at 6:30 p.m. or March 15 and 16 at 2:00 p.m.  Tickets are $5 for students and $7 for the general admission.

 

SCHOOL SPIRIT TASTES GREAT @  CHIPOTLE RESTAURANT on Madonna Rd. WED., MARCH 19th 4-8pm

Make a dinner a selfless act by joining us for a fundraiser to support the David Melton Memorial Math Scholarship Fund. 50% (that's half !) of the proceeds go the fund if you show a flyer, show the flyer on your phone, or tell the cashier you are from SLOHS and the MELTON Scholarship fund.  Make plans now to gather up our friends and eat at CHIPOTLE and help others. 4-8 pm only and the Madonna CHIPOTLE only

 

Eligibility - Reminder:  Step I, Declaration of Probation (for students who are ineligible), is happening MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY OF THIS WEEK, 3/10 – 3/14.  If you are ineligible, pick up the Step I form in the Counseling Office next week.

           

 
                        Hey Tigers!  Spring Fling is just around the corner and tickets are being sold this week until Friday at

                        3:30 p.m.  Avoid the lines and get your tickets now before school, at break, lunch or after school.  A

reminder that Spring Fling will be held in the quad this Saturday, March 15th from 8:00 – 11:00 p.m. 

                        IMPORTANT:  Dress is casual, but must still meet school dress code requirements.

 

LOVE ANIMALS?  Want to take action over Spring Break and make a tangible impact for SLO County’s animals?  Then Woods Humane Society’s Animal Action Camp 2014 is for you!  Students aged 12-14 years old can participate.  The cost is $250 and includes all kinds of cool things.  The date is March 24th – 28th; 10:00 – 2:00 daily.  Applications are available on-line.  Contact Kiersten @ kanderson@woodshumane.org for more information. 

 

 

FROM YOUR CAREER CENTER:

 

DID YOU KNOW: THE SLOHS website is loaded with up to date information including documents and power points about testing, how to get a job, volunteer opportunities, the College Selection Process, financial aid, scholarships and much more.  Visit it today at http://slohs.slcusd.org.

 

Attn: ANYONE INTERESTED IN THE  MILITARY ACADEMY for College West Point. Annapolis, the Air Force Academy, Merchant Marine and Coast Guard. All Service Academy Forum  will be April 15th, 5-8 PM, at Mission College Prep. All the federal military academies will be represented along with an appearance by Congresswoman Capps! For more information contact: Lieutenant Colonel David Kramer@  805-266-3946, US Army or Rachel Kondor at www.capps.house.gov

 

SCHOLARSHIPS:

 

SAN LUIS OBISPO COMMUNITY FOUNDATION, Deadline: Feb 7-May 7  There are many scholarships available to local students through the SLO Community Foundation.  Information is available in the SLOHS College & Career Center or by visiting the SLO Community Foundation Website at http://www.sloccf.org/apply-scholarships.htm

 

CABRILLO CIVIC CLUBS of CALIFORNIA, Deadline March 15 Multiple awards of $500 each awarded to students of Portuguese descent who exhibit leadership and extra curricular activities. Application online at  http://www.cabrillocivicclubs.org/Scholarship and in the College & Career Center.

 

SAN LUIS OBISPO ROTARY DAYBREAK SCHOLARSHIPS Deadline: March 31  Multiple awards for well-rounded students with futures to invest in.  NEW!  Applications are online at: http://portal.clubrunner.ca/2850  Download the application, complete and e-mail to rotarydaybreak@yahoo.com.

 

California Grocers Association Scholarship  Deadline: April 1st  CGA Educational Foundation scholarships are open to high school seniors who are the dependents of employees or are themselves employees of a CGA member.  Check it out on the web at: http://www.cgaef.org/college-scholarships/

 

CSF( California Scholarship Federation) APPLICATIONS available in the Career Center and online http://slohs.slcusd.org/counseling/csf/ Last day to submit your application is Friday, March 21st in the College & Career Center. Dues are $5. Seniors must have at least one trimester their senior year to qualify for lifetime status. See Ms. Martin if fees are a hardship for your family.

 

HARRY JESPERSEN AG SCHOLARSHIP - NEW Scholarship for student planning to pursue agriculture at a California university $2,000  DUE: Friday March 14th See Ms. Martin for online instructions for this newly endowed scholarship held at the El Dorado Community Foundation. Apply online at http://www.edc-scholarships.org

 

Kohl’s Kids Who Care Scholarship Program    Deadline: March 15 Recognize & reward 2200 young volunteers who have helped their communities become a better place. Visit www.kohlskids.com to nominate a deserving young person age 6-18 after Feb. 1st. Award: $50-$10,000

 

The Italian Catholic Federation Scholarship: Deadline: March 15 Any Roman Catholic graduating senior of Italian descent with a minimum 3.2 GPA may apply. Applicants will be judged based on scholastic achievement, financial need, leadership, recommendation and extracurricular activities. www.icf.org/scholarships.html.  200 awards of $400 each with opportunities to renew for larger amounts.

 

MOTHERS for PEACE SCHOLARSHIP: Deadline: March 15

$500 awards for graduating SLO county seniors who show involvement in issues of peace, social justice and / or the environment and whose career plans and community work demonstrate serious commitment to caring for the Earth or promoting world peace Applications available online at: www.mothersforpeace.org

 

KING DAVID’S LODGE NO. 208;  Deadline: March 15 Two(2) to four(4) $1500 scholarships are awarded each year. Not required to have Masonic relative. Selection based on GPA, community service, employment record, and long term plans to finance your education, and the 250 word biography. . Applications in the College & Career Center.

 

 

 

COAST HILLS  FEDERAL CREDIT UNION GOLD STANDARD SCHOLARSHIP; Deadline: March 31 One (1) $1000 scholarship awarded to a student from each area high school who is preferably seeking a degree in economics, business, finance, marketing or community relations. One of the 15 students will then be selected for an additional $1,000 as “Student of the County” announced at the Gold Standard Awards Night. Transcripts, Test Scores and 2 letters of recommendation required.  Information and online application at www.bankamongfriends.com.

 

SLO COUNTY CATTLE WOMEN (SLOCCW);  Deadline April 15th For students with a record of excellent achievement and strong commitment to a career in agriculture. www. cattlewomen-slo.org. 10 awards at $1,000.

 

 Volunteer Opportunities

 

VOLUNTEER BIKE VALET - contact Elissa at volunteer@slobikelane.org or come to the career center to pick up a flyer.

 

VOLUNTEER GARDENERS - One Cool Earth is looking for volunteer gardeners. To find out more, contact Greg at (760) 382-5164 or check out their website 1coolearth.org Fliers on this opportunity can be found in the career center.

 

FELINE NETWORK VOLUNTEER - Play with the kittens to increase their socialization skills.  Contact the Feline Network at

(805) 549-9228 or pick up a flyer in the career center today.

 

PACE is looking to help SLOHS students who have a GREAT proposal for community service!  The Professional Assoc. for SLO City Employees sponsors a leadership program to encourage students to take action in their community by building and implementing a project that plans to solve a problem in our community. PACE will provide the start-up funds up to $500 for your project. The program is open to individuals & campus clubs or groups. Proposals are due by March 21st to 25 Prado Rd, SLO, CA 93401. For more information e-mail Adam Basden at abasden@slocity.org or come by the College & Career Center.

 

Camp Hapitok, a camp this summer for kids with communication difficulties is now taking applications to be a volunteer counselor. MARCH 22 is the pre camp meeting. The camp runs from July 1- August 1, 2014 at Rancho El Chorro Outdoor Ed center. For more information go to www.camphapitok.org or pick up an application in the College & Career Center.

THe UCP RANCH WORK DAY: Saturday, March 29th form 1:30-4:00pm. Get outside and have fun too! The RANCH provides a variety of open air activities and agricultural opportunities for young adults with disabilities. Located at 875 Laureate Lane, off of O'Connor Way. Grab a friend and call or text Lynn Hendry ( 805-234-6455) to let her know you'll be there with your gloves and smile on!

 

Camp Reach the STARS sponsored by Jack's Helping Hand is looking for STUDENT VOLUNTEERS The camp is designed for children with cancer or who are cancer survivors. The camp is held at Rancho El Chorro across from Cuesta College on Friday, June 6th - Sunday, June 8th. Fun and a lifetime of memories.  Please call for more information: Jessica: (805) 441-3153.

e-mail: jessmarieh@yahoo.com