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Daily Bulletin

April 28, 2017


The custodians wanted you to know: it is not their responsibility to pick up your litter.  Show pride in your school and respect for your custodians and pick up your trash.


To all students who are signed up to take Pre-Calc or Algebra 2H next year, you must take a placement test today at lunch in room 108 or 109 if you have not taken it yet.  If you do not take the test today you will be removed from the class.


Students taking the AP tests starting on Monday; make sure you have a good breakfast every morning and meet in the library at 7:45.  The test starts on time so don’t be late!!


Dance Club meets today at lunch in Gym 1. New members are always welcome.


Next week is Earth Week.  We have events every day at lunch.  Monday is water day so bring a reusable water bottle and get spirit points.  Tuesday there will be cool booths in the quad. Wednesday day clothing swap in room 309.  Thursday a picnic on the upper fields, so bring your lunch.  And Friday keep lights off for Energy Day!


Calling all Senior Procrastinators! A list has been posted in the Student Store window of those students who have not yet purchased a cap and gown for graduation.  The online access is no longer available.  Forms are available in the main office or online.  The deadline for late orders is May 9th


Senior Ball.  WE have a limited number of tickets remaining for sale.  It is a first come first served deal.  Once they are gone they are gone.  No exceptions, so get ‘em while they last.  $125 single $250 couple.


Want a free ticket to Senior Ball? Post your promposal to the TL senior class facebook page by May 1st for a chance to win free tickets for you and your date.  You will be refunded for your tickets if you win.

Hey Juniors! Junior Prom is May 20th. Juniors, you have NOT reached your minimum number of ticket sales. Tickets are on sale for $120 each and couples are $220.  The LAST DAY to purchase your ticket is WEDNESDAY MAY 3RD. Guest passes are in the front office.  They are pink and must be turned in by May 3rd.


Are you interested in making a change in your community? Then come join us at the 1st Marin Youth Climate Change Summit here at TL.  It is being held Saturday April 29th from 9:30-2:30.  You will experience a day full of fun, art and learning.  Hope you can join us.


Hey Trojans! Do you have any clothes you don’t wear anymore, or do you want to stock up on Summer Clothes? Then bring your clothes to Mr. Tow’s room, 309, by Monday because next week there will be a Thrift Store.  This won’t work without your help.  Break open your closet and bring over your gently used clothes.  Any questions, see Mr. Tow.



College Fair at Dominican for Sophomores, Juniors and parents. There is the WACAC College Fair at Dominican University in their Gym Wednesday May 3rd from 6-8pm.  Meet Representatives from over 150 public and private colleges and universities from all over the country.  Flyer in the CCC for pre-registration.


There are two weeks left to turn in applications for a summer internship. Opportunities in dental, construction, business, healthcare, nonprofits and many more are available.  Applications are in the CCC and the deadline is May 5th.  Contact Ms. Nunez if you have any questions.


College Success at COM Saturday May 6th from 9:00-1:00pm.  Priority registration event for graduating seniors, including separate student/parent orientations, financial aid workshop, tours and registration for summer/fall terms.  Flyer to RSVP in the CCC.


Seniors: new COM Scholarship to assist with un-meet needs.  Senior who will be enrolled with a minimum of 12 units, with an equivalent of 2.0 grade point average can apply for a $1,000 scholarship.  The flyer is in the CCC.


SRJC Doyle Scholarship and Doyle Trustee Award: the applications are online and available until June 8th


Starting on Monday and every day during AP testing, the bulletin will be emailed to teachers in the morning. If you have announcements students they must be turned in by brunch to get in the bulletin for the day. 



Trojans, do you need lots of community service hours? Well look no more because the Bay Area Human Race needs lots of volunteers to set up and work different stations on both days leading up to the race and on race day itself.  They need volunteers for things such as course set-up, community village set-up, water station support, and volunteer booth support.  For more information, pick up a flyer in the CCC.

The daily bulletin provides important information about student activities, athletics, school deadlines, contest or scholarship opportunities, and college representative visits. The daily bulletin will be read during the announcement period before 4th period Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday and before 5th period on Wednesday. 

If students miss the reading of the daily bulletin it will be posted here. It is the student’s responsibility to keep up with the information contained in the daily bulletin.