Friday, February 15, 2019
Attention all students, if you need help with your homework, a place to study or need to clear any unexcused absences or tardies, tutoring is a place for you! Just a reminder that tutoring is available after school every Monday, Tuesday and Thursday in the library. Tutoring is also available for all students every Wednesday at the Gear-Up office in room 184 (Martinez, continuous).
PI Day is only 4 weeks away and how many digits do you know. Allyson is up to 200 digits and has claimed her apple pie so will you be taking one of the other pies. (Schierer 2/15)
Hey everyone! If you bought an original poem Valentine’s card, they are ready for you to come pick them up. Come to room 141 during lunch to get your Valentine’s gram!
Attention KCHS, the 2019 Prom Tickets are still on sale. We have sold out of all $100 and $120 dollar tickets. We are sold out of $140.00. We will resume sales on Tuesday.
You may purchase your tickets in room # 103 during lunch or after-school. Remember to pick up a rules and regulations form in room # 103 or in the school office before purchasing a ticket.
Please remember all students attending Prom, must have at least a 2.0 GPA, not have any unexcused absences or late attendance and must not have any outstanding discipline issues. We will be checking eligibility this week. If you do not meet the eligibility requirements, you will receive a notice in your 4th period class.
If you have any questions, speak to Mr. Guerrero in Room # 103
Also, the ASBLC is selling their own original design long sleeve t-shirts for the rest of the week. Speak to an ASB Leadership student or go to room # 103 to make a purchase. [Guerrero-Ongoing]
Attention all students, are you interested in public policy? Would you like to learn more about the political world? Consider attending the Leon Panetta Lecture Series, an event where you will hear prominent speakers discuss important political topics. The next event titled, “The Mueller Investigation, the Law and the Presidency”, will take place on Monday, February 25th. If you are interested in attending or have any questions, please see Mr. Martinez in Room 121 (Martinez, continuous).
During National FFA wee the Ag. Department will be hosting various events. Starting Tuesday, February 19th through Friday, February 22nd several teachers will be competing in the Kiss the Pig competition. The teacher who raises the most money will kiss the pig on Friday. Be sure to add money to your favorite teacher’s piggy bank to see them kiss the pig. The teachers who will be participating are: Mr. Villagomez, Mrs. Persin, Maggie Nuno, Mr. Gray, Ms. Kling, Mr. Cortes, and Ms. Dominogs (Souza 2/20)
ETS Juniors there will be a SAT/ACT Prep fieldtrip on Saturday March 2, 2019. Please pick up your permission slips in the ETS office Room 121 or check your email. It's important that you attend the fieldtrip. Deadline is February 22, 2019 (Sordia 2/22)
Attention KCHS students, are you interested in learning how to plan and pay for college, prep for SATs, find local scholarships and internships? If so, make sure you attend our workshop on Wednesday, February 27th after school in Room 121. See you then! (Martinez, 2/27)
To all ETS Seniors there is a scholarship just for you stop by the ETS Office in Room 121 for more information and to pick up your application. Deadline is Friday March 22, 2019. Check your email for the application. (Sordia 3/22)
Sol Treasures new program – Women's Chorus Thursdays nights from 6-8 PM at Grace Lutheran Church located at 205 Canal St. If you are interested or for more information, please call 595-9854. (B. Pekema 2/21)
Attention Mustang Soccer and Basketball fans! Come support the Boys Soccer team here at 11:00 tomorrow morning as they compete in the first round of the CCS playoffs vs. Harbor. It’s been a long time since we have hosted a Home playoff match. Tickets are $10,00 for adults and $5.00 for students.
Then get on the bus at 3:00 and join the Boys Basketball team as they travel to The Kings Academy in Sunnyvale for their CCS playoff game. Get in line early as space on the bus is limited. Same ticket prices; $10.00 for adults and $5,00 for students.