March 24, 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.
If you have signed up to donate blood today, please remember to bring you ID with you. If you have forgotten it at home stop by the main office to have the ladies print out a face sheet for you.
“Harvey” auditions will be Thursday after school. See fliers for more information.
Today is the LAST to turn in your application for Leadership next year. Any questions, see Mr. Lubamersky in room 51.
Varsity girls volleyball and varsity boys basketball players go to athletic office at lunch to pick up letters & certificates from playing season.
Hey Dance Club members, don’t forget we have a meeting today during lunch in Gym 2. Hope to see you there.
Come watch Mordecai and Rigby slack off in “Regular show” today at lunch in room 309 with Cartoon Club. All are welcome.
Tickets for the Hallway dance this evening will be $35 at the door. You will enter through the 100 hall door facing the staff parking lot. The dance is from 7pm till 10pm. NO GUEST PASSES WILL BE ACCEPTED AT THE DOOR. There will be random screening of students entering the dance. Please make good decisions. There will be delicious Grilled Cheese sandwiches available for $2.00.
Hello students and staff: would you like to be a part of the Voice of Poetry at Terra Linda? If you would like to recite a poem during the daily announcements during April, National Poetry Month, please sign up with Ms. O’Brien in room 305 to reserve a day. First come, first serve, so sign up early.
MESSAGE FROM THE CCC
Scholarships for Seniors: Children of Police Officials- Youth Scholarship program, $1,000 due March 24. Golden Gate Women Engineers-amounts up to $10,000 due March 24. Check Naviance online or in the CCC.
Attention Juniors and Seniors: want to hear from last year’s graduates what college is really like? Come to the TL Alumni panel on Tuesday March 28th at 7pn in the library to hear from freshmen at UCLA, UC Santa Barbara, UCF and other schools. Parents also welcome.
On April 1st the county of Marin will be hosting their first ever “Hackathon” for local students: “Hack4Health”. This is an opportunity for students to work with technology to address real world problems and come up with creative, technology-based solutions. It is being put on by the County of Marin’s IST team in partnership with the Department of Health and Human Services and the Marin County Office of Education. While this event will be of particular interest to students engaged in Computer Science and tech, being technically oriented or having specific experience is not a prerequisite. There is room for all creative problem solvers. A panel of Judges will award $2,000 for the “Best Solution Supporting a Healthier Community”, $1,000 for “Best Mobile/Web App”, and $500 for “Best Use of Open Data”. Students and teams of students can sign up to participate: http://www3.hackathon.marincounty.org/.
COMMUNITY SERVICE MESSAGE FO THE WEEK.
Trojans, how would you like to join OneTam, Marin County Parks and other volunteers as they identify and document every living species they see at their Bioblitz. It’s a great way to “contribute valuable data about the region’s biodiversity” as well as develop one’s own naturalist skills. The Bioblitz will take place this Saturday, March 25th from 9 till 3 at Roy’s Redwoods. Sign up online at OneTam.org/calendar.