Bearcat Daily Bulletin 1-23-23

Bearcat Daily Bulletin



LIBRARYThe literacy highlight for January is “New Year, New You.” To go with the self-improvement and goal-setting theme, on Wednesday, January 25th, we will host a “Relaxing coloring day.” Hang out during intervention/lunch and color a positive mindset page. Designs vary from cheerful phrases to peaceful patterns. The Bookmark Making event has been postponed to Monday, January 30th. See you in the library!

NO SCHOOL- There will be no school on February 13th as we observe Lincoln’s Birthday. There is also no school on February 20th in observation of Presidents’ Day. The office will be closed both days as well.


RECYCLE EVENT- The Bonita High School Marching Bearcats will be collecting redeemable aluminum cans, glass and plastic bottles one Saturday morning each month throughout the school year.  Our January collection date is coming up this Saturday, the 21st from 9am-11am in the front teacher parking lot, so please consider donating your redeemables to support the band program.  Go Bearcats!

SPRING 2023 CSF APPLICATION- is now available to submit your Fall 2022 grades. The deadline for the application is Sunday, February 5th. No late submissions will be accepted. The link and more information can be found on our website ( Please contact Ms. Dolfi at or visit room 907 if you have any questions or need help completing the application.

LUNCH IN STUDENT PARKING LOTis NOT permitted. Students are not allowed to loiter, mingle, eat lunch and set out chairs in the parking lot at lunch so that we may maintain the safety of everyone.

PARKING PERMIT UPDATE – There are currently a few remaining parking spots available in the student parking lot. Students must have a parking permit to park on campus. Any student with a valid driver’s license may apply. If students park without a BHS permitted parking tag, they will receive a detention. If they continue to park without a permit, Saturday school will be assigned. Progressive discipline will occur if the problem persists. If you have any questions, please contact the front office.

TARDIES– As we start our 2nd semester, we wanted to go over the school tardy policy once more. In the Student handbook it states “A parent or legal guardian may clear three tardies (lates) to school per semester. The fourth (4th) tardy will result in a detention and will not be cleared. After the fifth (5th) tardy, a Saturday School will be issued.”. We will be assigning Saturday schools for five (5) tardies or more. However, if your student is late to school due to a medical, dental or court appointment, the student should bring proof of appointment so the tardy can be cleared and the note should be turned into Ms. Zago directly at attendance. Please keep in mind that if your student is issued a detention during a tardy sweep, and has not used all 3 tardies available to them, they may clear it with Ms. Zago at attendance.

LEGALLY BLONDE THE MUSICAL AUDITIONS- are coming!! Auditions are two days, with Wednesday, January 25th being a vocal audition where you bring 20-30 seconds of any song—no prior experience needed, and Thursday, January 26th is a movement and choreography audition.  Auditions will be ran in groups, starting at 4pm in the Student Union.  Please come to both auditions in order to be considered for any role.  If you have any questions, please see Mr. Frederick in room 801.


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Senior Registration is OPEN for Mt. Sac Connect 4 Program. The first workshop will be on February 3rd.

10TH – 12TH grade students can take the ASVAB Career Exploration Test to find the right career based on their skills and interests and explore all the ways to get there. Registration is now open. The ASVAB will be on February 8th.

To sign up for either event go to the Career Center or use the links on Minga and in the Bulletin.

Please check out the new newsletter for the BHS Career Center! Scholarship Newsletter: Career & College Connection January Newsletter:


SENIORS- the La Verne Chamber of Commerce is offering multiple scholarships up to $500 each.  This is for all graduating seniors whose primary residence is in La Verne, CA or attend school in La Verne, CA.  Click on the link for all the details and the application.  2023 Scholarship App