Daily Bulletin, April 26

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JUNIOR INTERVIEWS are TODAY and TOMORROW in the Bronco Student Center!  Your white slip is your pass to and from
your interview. Also, remember to dress for success and show up 5 minutes early to your interview!  
BRONCO FOOTBALL MANDATORY MEETING:    Mandatory player and parent meeting TODAY.  The informational meeting
will begin at 6pm in the Bronco Student Center.  All Bronco football players are required to attend.  Important information
on spring football, summer practice, program expectations, and fundraising will be delivered.   
ASB 2017‐2018 : If you want to be a part of ASB next year you need to submit an application. There are 4 Cabinet seats for
each grade level as well as 10 Commissioner seats available. Pick up an application from Mr. Rowan starting on Thursday
April 27th. Applications are due no later than Friday May 5th to Mr. Rowan.  
TUNE IN TUESDAYS!  Throughout May, the BSC offers Tuesday Lunch Seminars: Skype chats with working professionals,
performing artists, graduate students, entrepreneurs, and BUHS alums. See Mr. Thornburg in the BSC for more detail and a
registration form; his daughter Abigail, a Dartmouth math grad working in medical research headed for medical school
leads off next Tuesday May 2.
HONORS ENGLISH PLACEMENT TESTING:  Testing will be held Monday, May 8th at 2:30 pm in the English building. To be
placed in English 10 Honors, AP English 11 or AP English 12 if you are not already in AP 11, you must participate in this
assessment.  Questions? See your English teacher.  
NATIONAL POEM IN YOUR POCKET DAY:  “Oh, may your silhouette never dissolve on the beach;/ may your eyelids never
flutter into the empty distance./ Don’t leave me for a second, my dearest.” Did it work? Did you get all mushy? Think it
must’ve worked for Pablo. Bring your poem this TOMORROW: National Poem in Your Pocket Day.
INTERACT MEETING TOMORROW!  Elections for next year’s officers, and anyone (regardless of grade or Interact
membership) can come sign up to work the Choo Choo Swap Meet on May 6 to get community service!  
BOOK ROOM:  Carly and Celica have each pulled some sweet books for display down in the Book Room. Come check their
choices: Carly’s got a sports display, Celica’s shows off music, art, and poetry.
SENIOR SLIDE SHOW:  If you have any picture you want included, please email to Ms. Stout or drop off at her office for
scanning by Friday, May 5th.  ([email protected])
 TICKETS:  Save and buy prom tickets before Friday, April 28th!   $40 with ASB/$45 without.  Save $10!  Purchase
tickets in Mr. Rowan’s room before school, at break, during lunch, and after school.
 GUEST PASS FOR PROM?  All forms must be turned in for approval on Monday, May 8th.    Remember, no Jr. High
students or anyone over 21!   Don’t forget to attach a copy of your guest’s ID.
 CLEARED TO BUY A PROM TICKET or TO BRING A GUEST?  If you owe a student bill, a detention or a Saturday
School, you won’t be!  Take care of these matters or risk the horror of being denied!
DRESS CODE.    Be mindful of dress code expectations.   There are “school clothes” and “non‐school clothes” – check your
student handbook for guidelines.  If you are bringing a second top/outfit to change into in case you are “dress coded”, you
probably should just wear the 2nd top/outfit to school.  Thank you.
SENIORS ONLY!!  LADWP is offering a summer student worker program.  You must have at least a 2.0 GPA.  Applications are
in the guidance office.  See Mrs. Kane if you have questions.  Deadline is Thursday, May 11.
COMMUNITY SERVICE!  Sign up in the guidance office.  20 hrs. of service is a grad requirement.
 Northern Inyo Hospital:  Help with the Healing garden.  
 TRI‐COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS NEEDS YOU!  Contact 760‐873‐3588 to join the volunteer list for various upcoming
events.  Table set up/take down, event prep, ticket sales, answering phones, etc.
SENIOR SCHOLARSHIPS (visit the Guidance webpage for application links & more/current information)
 The Knights of Columbus, Monsignor Maloney Council 8628 Scholarship:  To a practicing Catholic Senior,
technical/vocational, academic or religious study. 2.5 minimum GPA. Postmark Deadline: April 28
 Morkal Foundation: for students “with commitment to a Christian way of life and the pursuit of goals consistent with
such” Deadline: May 1
 Bishop Elks Lodge: those pursuing post‐secondary education. Deadline May 1
 Pine Cone Foundation:  For IEP students who plan to attend CA Community College. Deadline: May 1
 AARP / Don Owen: for those who plan to pursue a medical career. Deadline May 2
 Inyo County Republican Women – vocational scholarship: not just for girls!  This is for vocational students who plan to
return to the Owens Valley. Deadline May 3
 Professional Engineers in CA Government:  for those who plan to pursue Engineering, land Surveying or landscape
architecture. Deadline: May 5th
 Eastern Sierra Audubon Society: for student who future studies, current and future volunteer work or career
ambitions will promote the mission of the Audubon Society (on website) Deadline : May 10th  
CLUB MEETINGS & OTHER WEEKLY/MONTHLY EVENTS:  DRAMA CLUB:  Tuesdays at lunch in the Green Room.
 LATINO CLUB:   Tuesdays in room 302 at lunch!
 DETENTION CLUB:  Tuesdays (Mrs. Helfrich Holland, room 206); Wednesdays (Mrs. Greene, room 209); Thursdays
(Mrs. Gianopoulos, room 205); Fridays (Mrs. Tonseth, room 133) arrive no later than 3:20 PM.
 HOMEWORK HELP:  Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday, in the Tech Center.  4:30 Bus available!
 OUTDOOR CLUB:  Every Tuesday in room 204 at lunch!
 AFTER SCHOOL MATH SUPPORT!  3:25 – 4:30 in the BSC. Tuesdays & Thursdays  
 LANGUAGE & CULTURE CLUB: Every Wednesday at lunch in Mrs. Greene’s room (209).
 E‐GAMING CLUB:  Thursdays in the Tech Center, 3:30 – 5:30.
 HUGS CLUB:  Open Mic on Thursdays, Front steps and Club Meetings on Fridays in room 209!