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Bearcat Daily Bulletin

 

TUESDAY, JANUARY 29, 2019 – Regular Day; Student Release 2:35 pm

 

STUDENTS

 

SENIORS Interested in attending Citrus College next year? Citrus College will be here on Friday February 8th for an Application Workshop from 12:30-2:30pm in the Library.  Attendance is MANDATORY! Students will receive PRIORITY REGISTRATION and FREE Tuition if enrolling as a full-time student.  No sign-ups needed!

 

STUDENTS Students that need help with their 2018 tax returns may see Mrs. Sekhri  in room 906.

 

STUDENTS & PARENTS-  We are no longer selling parking permits; the student parking lot is full.

 

STUDENTS – Important reminder to ALL STUDENTS…Please do not park at the Methodist church across the street from the high school. They have informed us that they will tow vehicles parked in their parking lot.

 

STUDENTS-

SPLASH at Harvey Mudd College

What is Splash, you ask?

Splash is a once-a-year (FREE!!!) event where high school students come to the Claremont Colleges and Claremont Colleges students teach classes on literally (yes literally) anything (math, poetry, long boarding, socks….)

https://claremont.learningu.org/

Last year’s catalog:  https://claremont.learningu.org/learn/Splash/2018_Spring/catalog

High School Students: Click on https://claremont.learningu.org/learn/index.html to get started! Student registration for Splash 2019 OPENS at 12:00 AM January 29th! Deadline to register for classes is February 19, 11:59 pm.

When: Saturday, February 23rd, 2019

Where: Harvey Mudd College, Claremont California

 

ATTENTION JUNIORS:  The list of students registered for the March 6th SAT is posted on the Attendance Office window.  If you registered, please check to see your name on the list.  Only students listed will be able to participate in the March 6th SAT.  There will be a pre-administration session taking place in February – more info to follow.

 

PARENTS

 

FREE TAX HELP – If you had a job last year, get your taxes electronically filed FREE. Receive your refund within a few weeks. Mrs. Sekhri’s Accounting class is filing free tax returns for students and tax payers with income below $55,000.  Get an intake sheet from Mrs. Sekhri and bring it in along with your W-2, Social Security card, and if possible, a copy of last year’s tax return along with any 1099’s you received.

 

PARENTS USING REMIND APP – We’re sorry to write with disappointing news. Recently, we learned that Verizon will be charging Remind a new fee that makes it impossible for us to continue supporting free text messaging for anyone who has Verizon Wireless as their phone carrier. Beginning January 28, 2019, students & parents who normally get Remind messages as texts will no longer receive these messages if they have Verizon Wireless as their phone carrier. What can you do? To make sure you continue receiving your messages, download the mobile app or enable email notifications—both of which are free of charge. Please download the mobile app so that you will still be able to receive information regarding your students classes. We will provide any updates that we receive from REMIND.

 

PARENTS- We do not accept drop off/forgotten items in the front office. If you need to get an item to your student, please coordinate with your child to meet in the school office during break or lunch. We will not be able to make exceptions. We appreciate your understanding.

 

SCHOLARSHIPS

 

ATTENTION SENIORS First District PTA Commemorative Scholarship applications are available.  Scholarships being awarded are in the amount of $750. Student eligibility:  Must be a 2019 graduating high school senior, resident of California, current member of Bonita PTSA in good standing, and plan to attend a college, university, trade or tech school in the fall (2019).  Deadline to turn in application is 3/22/19.(See attachment for more information and application).

 

ALL SENIORSThere are many scholarship opportunities available to seniors. Please see the attached Scholarship Newsletter and College Bound Scholarship 2019 document for the many available options as well as links to other sites offering help finding scholarships.

 

STUDENTS – La Verne Rotary Club – Dan Stover Music Competition:  Must be a La Verne resident of high school age, have a reasonable ability to play a musical instrument, and plan to  use the scholarship for future educational expenses.  Applications must be turned in by 2/22/19.  Contest will be held 2/28/19 at Hillcrest Homes in La Verne.  The winner of the competition will be awarded $150, the 2nd runner-up will be awarded $75, and the 3rd runner up will be awarded $50.  The winner will go on to compete for a $5,000 regional award. (See both attachments for more information and application).

 

PTSA

 

The PTSA is still selling personalized pavers. They make great graduation gifts too! Thank you for your continued support of the PTSA.  (Flyer attached)

 

CAREER CENTER

 

STUDENTS- After school tutoring is available Monday through Thursdays until 3:45 and Tuesday and Wednesday evenings 6pm-7. For more information please see Mrs. O’Grady in the Career Center.

 

STUDENTS- Please see Mrs. O’Grady in the Career Center to pick up work permits, tutor applications and sign up for college presentations during intervention and lunch.

 

ATHLETICS

 

BONITA ONLINE STORE- Please visit https://sideline.bsnsports.com/schools/california/laverne/bonita-high-school  and order your custom gear!

Please refer to the Bonita High School athletic site for all Sports Schedules and Athletic updates: www.gobearcats.org.

 

 

Eileen Brauner

Receptionist

Bonita High School

(909) 971-8220 ext. 2012