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Daily Bulletin

Daily Bulletin March 15, 2019

Congratulations to Girls LaCrosse for beating San Domenico 16-11 and Boys Tennis for beating Marin Catholic.  Go Trojans!!!

 

The TL Scholarship Foundation link for seniors is up on the Terra Linda Home page, under Parents/Community tab. Seniors may apply for up to three scholarships worth $1,000.  The Deadline is Monday March 18th at 9pm.  No exceptions.

 

Attention Seniors: Senior speech auditions will be held Tuesday April 2nd during lunch.  See Mrs. Dunlap or Mrs. Inman if you have any questions.

 

Attention Seniors: There are still outstanding Diploma name cards needing to be returned to the Registrar’s office.  Please review and return to the Registrar by TODAY at lunch. Please make changes ONLY if we do NOT have your legal name listed correctly.

 

Hey Juniors! Are you ready to finish out the Smarter Balanced Assessment with a bang? Give the last stretch of the test your ALL NEXT THURSDAY, March 21st. To find your testing location, please check the blue board in the 100 Hallway.

For all other students, classes begin at 11:10.  Check it out on the front page of the website or you can pick up a copy of the schedule in the main office.

 

Attention all students signed up to take the Placement test for Honors Courses: since there is no school on Monday, this serves as your last reminder that the test is Tuesday. You’ve got time for one more study party over the weekend.  See your teacher or Mrs. Reid in room 108 if you didn’t receive the room assignment for your test.  Best of luck Mathematicians.

Want to join ASB class or run for an ASB officer position? All applications are due by March 22nd.  Stop by the office or room 51 to pick one up.

 

There is a relay race today at lunch on the track.  Come out and join the fun for prizes and candy.  Show off your speed.

K-Pop club meets today at lunch in room 309.  We have some cool plans for today so see you there!

 

March 20th – March 22nd, Wednesday through Friday, the TL Mental Health therapists, teachers from the Mental Health Action Tea (MHAT) and the Academic Counseling team are encouraging students and all TL staff to come to the main office, take a post it note and jot down something that brings you happiness and “Post Your Joy”.  The poster will be displayed during the 1st week of spring. The idea behind this event is: to recognize and validate changes that come with changes of the seasons, encourage gratitude and focus on the positive, to bridge the communication gaps between staff and students, instill a sense of inclusiveness for students and encourage students to take part in influencing school culture and climate.

 

NEWS FROM THE CCC

Seniors: if you are going to COM or SRJC in the fall, please check the CCC for new scholarships.

Also if you still want to apply to COM, or if you need to finish your applications, please come to the CCC on Wednesday March 20th during tutorial.  You will need your COM ID# to complete pre-registration on April 5th.

 

Career Talk at Lunch is Wednesday March 20th in the CCC, room 21. Bring your lunch and come hear about Biomedical Robotics & Mechanical Engineering

 

Volunteers needed this Saturday to plant organic fruit trees at San Pedro Elementary from 9-2pm.  The fruit will be used in the SRCS meal program.  All skill levels needed.  Flyers in the CCC.

 

Volunteer at the YMCA’s “Safety Around Water Week” Help children learn water safety skills and instructing basic swim lessons and in the classroom through fun games and activities over Spring Break: April 9-13. Pick up an application in the CCC.  Turn the application into the Y by March 18th

 

There is going to be a Black light dance on March 29th from 7-10pm.  Tickets are $15. Guest passes are in the main office.  Tickets will be sold at the Student Store beginning March 20th but are available now online @ the Student Store website. One ticket per person and you will have to purchase your Guest ticket at the Student Store.

NO SCHOOL MONDAY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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