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Friday October 31, 2014 #58 “B” Day
SPORTS: TEAM OPPONENT LOCATION TIME LEVEL N/A MEETINGS: CLUB LOCATION TIME Dumbledore’s Army 505 Lunch MENU: BREAKFAST: Choice of: Chocolate Chip Breakfast Bar, Cinnamon pastry, Burrito, PBJ Wafer Bar, Pop Tarts, Parfait. ALL MEALS INCLUDE: Fresh Fruits, White or Chocolate Milk BREAKFAST PRICES: Paid $1.00 – Reduced $0.30 LUNCH: FOOD CARTS: Hot & cold sandwiches-­‐Chicken, Ham & Cheese, Peanut Butter & Jelly Teriyaki Chicken Rice Bowl, Pizza, Burrito FIESTA BAR: Monday, Wednesday, Friday – Taco or Nacho w/Pork or Beef PIZZA BAR: Tuesday & Thursday – Pepperoni & Cheese, Salad PATIO GRILL: Chicken Nuggets w/Baked Fries, Teriyaki Chicken Rice Bowl, Sandwich ALL LUNCH MEALS INCLUDE: Fresh Fruits & Vegetables, White or Chocolate Milk LUNCH PRICES: Paid $2.00 – Reduced $0.40 WORD OF THE DAY: CONSTANT constancy inconstantly con•stant adjective happening regularly or all the time: • There was a constant stream of visitors to the house. 2 staying at the same level for a long period of time: • driving at a constant speed. CHARACTER COUNTS QUOTE: “It takes a long time to grow young.” – Pablo Picasso STUDENT NEWS v MUSTANGS…RING IT TWICE! Dress-­‐up days for BELL WEEK are as follows: Monday: Time Travel (50’s, 60’s, 70’s, etc…) Tuesday: Wildlife (Safari) Wednesday: International Day (Cultures) Thursday: Cartoon Day Friday: Extreme Spirit v RED RIBBON WEEK STATISTICS: -­‐ Alcohol use is the number one drug problem among young people. -­‐ Youth who drink alcohol are 7.5 times more likely to use any illicit drugs and 50 times more likely to use cocaine than young people who never drink alcohol -­‐ 62% of suicides tested positive for toxic substances v CONGRATULATIONS TO TULARE WESTERN'S GIRLS TENNIS team for defeating Sunnyside High School 5-­‐4 in the quarter finals of the team division III tennis championships. They are now in the semi-­‐finals and play @ Immanual High School on Wednesday November 5, 2014. v SENIOR CLASS MEETING: Our next senior class meeting will be Monday, November 3 in room 309. Several important items up for discussion. This is also a great time to place your senior sweatshirt order!!!! :) v SUMMER 2016 TRIP TO ITALY AND SPAIN! Are you interested in Art and Architecture? Have you ever wanted to visit Europe? Meeting in room 814 at 12:30 pm!! Find out specifics and pick up an Introduction letter to bring home to share with your family about this amazing opportunity! v ATTENTION ALL STAFF AND STUDENTS: Planning on attending the 50th annual Bell Game? Don’t forget to buy your official "50th Annual Bell Game T-­‐shirt" on sale Friday, after school from 330-­‐500 outside the Leo Barker Center. That's this Friday, October 31st from 330-­‐500 outside the Leo Barker Center. Go Mustangs! v ASVAB INTERPRETATION DAY: TODAY in the Career Center, we will have the ASVAB Interpretation Day. All takers of the ASVAB test this past month should have received a pass to attend this event. THIS IS ONLY FOR THOSE STUDENTS WHO TOOK THE ASVAB TEST ON OCTOBER 10, 2014. Please come to the Career Center, after getting your approval signature, at 11:00 sharp! Questions? Ask Ms. Rhea! v SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY COLLEGE: SJVC will be here on Tuesday, November 4th. Please come to the Career Center to sign up and get your questions answered by their school representative! v HARVESTING HOPE: Please see Mr. Houser room 504 to order t-­‐shirts or be placed on a list for notifications ASAP. Also, concerning Saturday’s Veteran’s Day parade. v SENIOR CLASS: Class of 2015 sweaters are now available for pre-­‐order! Go to room 304 or 309 to pay for your 2015 sweatshirt. $40 if paid in full by November 8. Price goes up to $45 afterwards. v ARE YOU PLANNING ON ATTENDING COS IN THE FALL? Come to the Career Center and get signed up to complete your application to attend COS in the Fall of 2015. This is your first step towards being a college student and it must be completed in order for you to take the placement tests coming next. Questions? See Ms. Rhea v WANT TO WIN A FREE YEARBOOK? Or maybe some gift cards? All you have to do is wear your costume on Friday! This Friday is Equestrian Yearbooks 4th annual Halloween costume contest during lunch. All you have to do to be entered is show up! Prizes awarded for Scariest, Funniest, Most Creative, and Best Overall. See Mr. Archibald for more info. (please do not wear masks until the contest begins during lunch) v BOYS BASKETBALL: Official tryouts for athletes not in a fall sport will begin Monday November 3 at 5:30 PM. Must have your athletic clearance packet turned into the nurse in order to participate. Any questions please see Coach Rickard. v ATTENTION STUDENTS: Tuesday November 4th during lunch we will have a group session discussing Addiction to Drugs and Alcohol & how to deal with them. Please join us in the counseling office conference room & bring a friend. Lunch will be provided!! v TULARE WESTERN SENIORS!!! THE SCHOLARSHIP PAGE IS NOW AVAILABLE ON THE TW WEBSITE! PLEASE GO TO THE FRONT PAGE, OR THE COUNSELING LINK, AND LOOK FOR THE LINK ON THE RIGHT SIDE THAT SAYS SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION......CHECK OUT ALL THE SCHOLARSHIPS CURRENTLY AVAILABLE TO APPLY FOR AND INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO USE THE PAGE. QUESTIONS? SEE MS. RHEA. v ATTENTION COMMUNITY SERVICE STUDENTS: 12 week evaluations will be due by Friday, October 31st. Please make sure you pick up a blank one and get it to your supervisor THIS WEEK so they have time to fill it out and return it to you by the 31st. ALL TIME SHEETS MUST BE CAUGHT UP AND TURNED IN BY THE 31ST. You will not pass this grading period if your paperwork is not complete! Questions or concerns? See Ms. Rhea. v BASKETBALL IS SELLING PRE-­‐ORDERED AMIGO'S ENCHILADAS -­‐ cheese, beef or chicken a DOZEN for $15. They will be delivered to school on Friday Nov. 21st from 3:30 -­‐ 6:00, if interested please see Hilda Denney in library or call 759-­‐2808 @ Keith Rickard or Mendy Verissimo @ 759-­‐4704. v ATTENTION SENIORS PLANNING ON ATTENDING COS AFTER GRADUATION: COS is offering an opportunity to take the English placement test in November. If you test into English I, you can take that class in the Spring, on the TW campus, in place of your current English 4 class and get college/high school credit combined. If you test into English 251, you can take that class in the Spring on the TW campus, after school. This will then give you a jump start and you will be ready for English I in the fall at COS. PLEASE COME TO THE CAREER CENTER TO SIGN UP IF YOU ARE INTERESTED!!! v HOW HAS YOUR SUMMER BEEN? Tulare Western Yearbook wants to know if you have done anything interesting this summer and if you want to share it. Go to RM 834 with pictures of your adventures and tells us about it! v INTERESTED IN ENGINEERING? Students that would like to study in the field of Engineering and/or Construction Management, Fresno State is having an Open House. The Lyles College of Engineering will be hosting the event at CSU Fresno in November and this would be a great opportunity to get an insider look at all they have to offer, meet professors and get a tour of the labs and student projects. Come to the Career Center to pick a flyer with all the information! v ATTENTION MUSTANGS: On November 14th the African American Educational and Academic Success Conference will be held on the CSU Fresno campus. If you are interested in more information, come to the Career Center to pick up a flyer. v JUNIORS AND SENIORS PLANNING ON TAKING THE ACT AND SAT EXAMS: You must register on-­‐line at for the ACT and for the SAT. Next upcoming date will be as follows: ACT Exam Date: 12/13/14 Registration Deadline: 11/07/14 Late Deadline: 11/21/14 SAT Exam Date: 12/06/14 Registration Deadline: 11/21/14 Late Deadline: 11/24/14 ACT and SAT exams will be administered at Tulare Western High School on the two dates above. Junior and seniors on free or reduced lunch may be eligible for a fee waiver. Talk to your counselor to see if you qualify. *Mission Oak will be offering the SAT exam on the following date if you are interested: SAT Exam Date: 11/8/14 Registration Deadline: 10/24/14 Late Deadline: October 28, 2014 STAFF NEWS v STAFF REMINDER: Please join the counseling office in supporting our seniors during College Application time! Wear a College shirt on Mondays till Nov. 30th. v GREAT NEWS FROM AFLAC! Aflac now has disability insurance available to all certificated staff. Call (559-­‐736-­‐0248) or email ([email protected]) to set an appointment. Our next available date on campus is Wednesday, November 5th. If you have any questions or claims you need assistance with, we are here to help. v HAPPY BIRTHDAY to the following individuals. May this birthday bring you much joy and happiness!