This week in sports.  times and dates are subject to change.

Sport

Day

Opponent

Location

Time

Dismiss

Depart

T I G E R  B E A T    Wednesday, May 14, 2014

BTN

WED

CIF

SLOHS

3:00

1:30

-

VBA

WED

A.G.

SLOHS

4:30

* * * *

* * * *

BA/JV

WED

A.G.

ARROYO GRANDE

4:00

2:20

2:30

BA/FR

WED

A.G.

ARROYO GRANDE

4:00

2:20

2:30

SB

THU

RIGHETTI

RIGHETTI

4:00

1:53

2:00

S/Dive

THU

CIF

RIVERSIDE

-

12:01

12:10

VBA

FRI

A.G.

ARROYO GRANDE

4:30

1:53

2:00

BA/JV

FRI

A.G.

SLO

4:00

* * * *

* * * *

BA/FR

FRI

A.G.

TAYLOR FIELD

4:00

* * * *

* * * *

T/F

FRI

CIF Prelims

L.A.

-

9:10

9:20

 

 

 

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

AP TESTING SCHEDULE

 

If you are taking an AP exam in the morning, please arrive at your test site by 7:45 a.m.  If you are taking an afternoon exam, please arrive at your test site by 12:15 p.m.  Bring and eat a sack lunch PRIOR to your afternoon exam and wear layered clothing.  Please see schedule below for more information.  If you have questions, please see Mrs. Mamo-Beckius prior to your test date.

 

Date

7:45 am

12:15 pm

Subject

Test Location

Wed., May 14

X

 

US History

Old Gym

Wed., May 14

 

X

European History

Old Gym

Thursday, May 15

X

 

World History

Lib. Conf. Rm

Thursday, May 15

X

 

Macroeconomics

Old Gym

Friday, May 16

X

 

Spanish Literature

Lib. Conf. Rm

 

 

Weekly Menu:

 

Wednesday: Macaroni and cheese  with garlic bread, ham and Swiss sandwiches on freshly baked kaiser rolls, turkey ranch sandwiches.

Thursday: Asian bar (fried rice, chow mein, stir-fried veggies, and potstickers), meatball marinara subs, turkey pesto sandwiches.

Friday: Chili fries (Greta's fabulous home-made chili!), apple-chicken sandwiches, veggie sandwiches, and SLO turkey deli sandwiches, made with freshly baked kaiser rolls.

 

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

 

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


SBAC Testing - MAY 12, 13, 15, &16, 2014

BLUE

GREEN

PINK

GOLD

No Testing

Tues-Fri Bell Schedule

8:00 - 9:10

9:17 - 10:37

10:51 - 12:01

12:43 - 1:53

2:00 - 3:10

 

Wednesday

1

2

3

4

5

 

NO TESTING - REGULAR BELL SCHEDULE

 

Thursday

3

4

1

2

5

 

Friday

4

1

2

3

5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Come support our tiger baseball team and tennis team today!  Tennis starts at 3:30 so come right after school gets out and baseball plays at 4:30 here at SLOHS.  Go Tigers!

 

TODAY:  Clubs meeting today during lunch:

 

 

Comic Lovers Anonymous meets in room 305.

Interact Club meets in the Lecture Demo Room -  Election of Officers.  There will be pizza!

Bicycle Club meets in room 306

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

 

Nominations for this year's Francis Warren Teacher of the year are complete.  Congratulations to this year's Teacher of the Year Finalists:  Mr. Tedone, Mrs Nusbaum, Mr. Franklin and Mrs.  Stephens.  Now it is time for you to choose your one Francis Warren Teacher of the year.  Go to www.voting4schools.com/slohs  and vote.  Help choose this years’ winner!!

Prom Photo’s are in:  If you attended this year’s Prom and had photos taken, please stop by the ASB office to pick them up.  Room 13.

All Boys interested in playing basketball next year need to come to a mandatory meeting in Coach Decker's classroom this Wednesday, May 14, during lunch to get the summer schedule.  If you can't make it, be sure to check in with Coach Decker in Room 122 before Wednesday.

 

Attention Tigers: Coach Johnston is looking for dedicated and responsible volunteers to help the football program by taking stats, filming, equipment management, or other tasks. Come help TIGER FOOTBALL and be a part of something special. Spring football starts Wednesday, May 14, so don’t delay!  Sign up in Mr. Brandow’s office.

 

Interested in playing football next year?  Spring football drills start today Tigers.  If you haven’t played a sport yet this year, make sure you have a physical examination done.  Drills go from 3:45 – 5:15 after school on the practice field.

 

 

 ANNOUNCEMENTS:

TIGER BLOOD DRIVE: Spots for the blood drive are filling up quickly. It is first come first served on all spots. Make sure to stop by the booth at break to sign up and get the time you want. The booth is located on the grass in front of the counseling center entrance. Give the gift of life; give blood.

 

FFA Banquet:  On Friday, May 16th, the FFA will be hosting their end of the year Banquet.  This is a very important event for all FFA members that competed on teams.  It will start at 5:30 at Grace Church.  Buy tickets for $9 each for yourself and your family from the AG department.

 

From the SLOHS Library: Are you going to be spending a lot of time traveling this summer? Need some free entertainment? Sync Audiobooks is offering two free audio books each week from May 15-August 13th. Once downloaded, these titles are yours to keep! Each week features a current YA novel paired with a classic- don't miss this chance to download over 25 FREE audiobooks this summer. TEXT syncya to 25827 for alerts on the title releases, or come into the library for more information. This week's downloads are: "Warp: The Reluctant Assassin", by Eoin Colfer and "The Time Machine", by H.G. Wells.

If you are interested in volunteering in the Tiger Youth Sports Summer Camps this summer, and getting valuable community service time, be sure to see Mr. Brandow.

 

 

SENIORS:

 

Graduating Seniors!   You must request your FINAL transcript to be sent to the college you will be attending in the Fall.  Come to the Records Office WINDOW and pick up a FINAL TRANSCRIPT request form.  There is a $1.00 fee for each transcript.

 

SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS   Please bring your STAMPED thank you notes to Ms. Martin in the Career Center PRONTO!

 

ATTENTION SENIORS  Come to the College & Career Center to proudly add your name and where you have decided to go to college to the glass! Show your pride, Class of 2014!

 

Grad Night Tickets:  will be on sale Wednesdays as follows:  May 14, May 21, and May 28.  Tickets are $55 each, but if you purchase your ticket with a group of 3 or more it will then be $50.  There will be an incentive for those Seniors that either purchase their VIP ticket on campus or by mail.  They will be eligible for a drawing to win a GOPRO.  The winner will be announced before the students go to the Senior Picnic, which is Wednesday, June 4th.

 

It's not too late to apply to college. Come to the Career Center to find out more!. There are still lots of 4- year universities and colleges that have application deadlines in the late Spring. Come to the Career Center or go to the School website under Counseling/the College Admission Process and look for the flyer titled: "It's not too late to go to college". 

 

 


24 Hour Relay:  For any bands that want to perform at the relay and didn’t hand in a CD or flash drive of a song, auditions will be held Thursday, May 15th at 3:20 in the cafeteria.  Bring whatever equipment you need.

 

FROM YOUR CAREER CENTER:

 

THE MAYOR's AWARD for COMMUNITY SERVICE is FAST APPROACHING  To be eligible for the Mayors Award, any student must submit 80 hours of documented community service to the Career Center NO LATER THAN Thursday,  MAY 14TH. Both logs and Verification forms can be found on the School Website and in the Career Center. Students who qualify will be sent an invitation to the event starting at 5 PM on Tuesday, June 3rd.

 

The 2nd Annual Academic Scholars Tournament for high school students is on Saturday May 17th from 9:00 - 2:00 at Cal Poly  Members of Cal Poly Alpha Phi Omega are recruiting high school 9th, 10th & 11th graders to participate.  This is a full day of SAT Prep.  In addition to SAT/ACT Preparation, there will be Cal Poly students talking about how and why they chose Cal Poly SLO, their majors and they will also take participants on a short tour of the university campus during the lunch break.  Students will be competing in teams of 3.   Registration is now OPEN and students can register for the tournament at www.AcademicTournament.com <http://www.academictournament.com/>.

 

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.

 

Engineering Night, Friday May 16th from 6-8 pm in the Engineering Plaza at Cal Poly Engineering Night is a free community event for students who want to learn about what engineers do. Take part in dozens of hands on activities designed by Cal Poly Mechanical Engineering students that illustrate how engineers use scientific knowledge and the design process to create products. This is a great way to discover the engineer within us all.  For more information go to http://me.calpoly.edu/events/engineering-night-cal-poly/ or the Mechanical Engineering Department.

 

SCHOLARSHIPS:

 

ATHEISTS UNITED OF SLO Deadline: May 16th  One $500 scholarship to applicant who supports secular or atheists values. The successful graduation senior applicant will have a 3.0 GPA or better and represent the ideals of atheism though charitable, political, or community action. Applications available in the College & Career Center

 

CUESTA COLLEGE ANNOUNCES The CUESTA PROMISE APPLICATION DEADLINE has been EXTENDED to June 16th: SLO County high school seniors have more time to apply for the Cuesta College Promise Scholarship and obtain a fee-free fall 2014 semester. The scholarship will save the average student an estimated $626 by paying for the per unit cost of classes, health fees, Associated Students of Cuesta College fees, materials fees, Student Center fees, and the Student Rep fee. The Promise application is available online by going on line to:   www.cuesta.edu/student/aboutmoney/cuestapromise/

 

Help Wanted:

 

SLO COUNTY PARKS is looking for committed individuals to work part time as pool, lake or ocean lifeguards  Locations include:  - Hardie Pool (Cayucos), Shamel Pool (Cambria), Santa Margarita Lake Pool, Templeton Pool, San Miguel Pool, C.W. Clarke (Shandon) Pootl, Lopez Lake Recreation Area and Cayucos Beach.  APPLICATIONS available online at www.slocounty.ca.gov/hr.html. Must have required certifications. Call or e mail Aquatics coordinator Julia Posmoga at (805) 610-3516 or jposmoga@co.slo.ca.us.

 

 

 

Volunteer Opportunities

 

The Ranch SLO will be having it's 4th Annual Hoedown at The Ranch Saturday May 17th 4- 7 pm.  They need donations, Hoedown Sponsors and volunteers at the event. Tickets are $20.00 for adults /  $10.00 for children under 10.  Please email, call or text Lynn Hendry at 234-6455 to sign up to volunteer. Email: lmhslo@msn.com

 

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.

 

 

The San Luis Obispo Public Library is sponsoring a Summer Lunch Program   Working with the Food Bank, teens and adults will be providing lunches to kids who qualify for free lunch during the school year.  There are 6 weeks, and they need volunteers to commit for one full week at a time. (June 17-July 25th). Training is May 17th, so call today and volunteer for a week!  Call  the SLO library. (805) 781-5775 to sign up! Questions? EMail Amy Cote at acote@slolibrary.org

 

 

Surfing Instructors Wanted:  Project Surf Camp is back!!!  And once again, this summer, you can make a difference in the life of a child!  If you need community service hours, or would just like to volunteer, Project Surf Camp is looking for mature, energetic, and caring individuals to volunteer at their unique surf camp this summer at Coleman Park in Morro Bay.  Volunteers will assist in surf instruction and beach activities for children with special needs and individuals in foster care. Surfing experience is not required.  Surf Camps run most Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, July 9 to August 9.  If you are interested, please see Mr. Walters in room 800 for a complete schedule.