Bearcat Daily Bulletin 5-17-23

Bearcat Daily Bulletin



BOYS BASKETBALL- All young men interested in trying out for basketball and did not play this year please attend tryouts next Wednesday, May 24th from 3:30 to 4pm in the old gym. In order to play next year, you must play in our summer program.

RUBIOS BAND FUNDRAISER NIGHT- Come out and support the Bonita High School Band by eating at Rubio’s on Foothill in La Verne on Wednesday night, May 17th from 3pm-8pm.  Present the attached flyer to get 30% of your purchase donated to the Band program.

SENIORS- We are able to offer an additional 2 graduation tickets for purchase.  Order forms and envelopes are available in English classes as well as at the front desk.  Tickets are $10 each, cash or check made payable to Bonita High School.  Completed order forms may be turned in to Ms. Hurley in the office.  No ticket orders will be accepted after 3:30pm on Friday, May 19th.

CROSS COUNTRY There will be a parent meeting on Monday, May 22nd at 6:30-7:30pm in the new gym for all new and returning runners. Come meet the coaches as we go over the summer training schedule. The first day of summer training will be Monday, June 12th. Any students interested in joining cross country must have a completed physical and athletic clearance. If you have any questions, email Coach Osamah ( or see Coach Barrios in Room 301.


NHS RESULTS- are now posted outside room 506. For any further questions, please email Ms. Casasola at

FINANCE OFFICE- will no longer be accepting checks after Friday. May 19th.

BASEBALL BANQUET- will be held Tuesday, June 6th at 6:15 PM at Mountain Meadows Golf Course in Pomona. Tickets are $25.00 and can be made at the finance office from now until May 26th, however, if paying by check, PAYMENTS MUST BE MADE BY MAY 19TH.  The finance office is NOT accepting checks after that date.

BATTLE OF THE BANDS – is back this Friday night May 19th in the student union starting at 7pm. This year we have 7 bands performing including Mute Mind, Judgement Day, The Bixbys, the Hex Crystals, Campus Crush, Respectfully Insane, the Birdisciples and our infamous teacher band, In Danger of Failing.  Tickets are available for pre-sale for $5 and can be purchased from individual band members or from Mr. Bird in the Band room.  Pre-sale ends Wednesday and this event will sell out, so get your tickets now!

NIGHT AT THE MOVIES- Tickets are now on sale for the Bonita High School Band Program’s “Night at the Movies” which is Thursday, May 25th at 7pm at the Bonita Center for the Arts.  Come see the band perform your favorite music themes from your favorite movies while the movie is playing!  Selections will include Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2, Avatar, Spider-Man No Way Home, Black Panther, Star Trek, Megamind, How to Train Your Dragon and more! Tickets are $10 and available at  Don’t miss out on this special event!

COLOR GUARD AUDITIONS- for the fall marching band season will be held on Thursday, May 18th from 6pm -9pm in the Old Gym.  Interested participants should plan to wear appropriate clothing for working out.

BHS PARENTS- on Thursday, June 1st we will be providing a Luncheon for our Tutors as an appreciated for their time and dedication to the program. If you are able to donate food for this event, please sign up here: If you have any questions regarding the luncheon, please contact Vanessa Tilford at

ALL STUDENTS- the 2022.2023 Peer Tutoring Program will be closing this Thursday, May 18th and will be returning back in the fall! Thank you to our dedicated tutors for spending your time helping others. We appreciate your time and effort! Have a great summer!

BONITA HIGH SCHOOL CHORAL POP SHOW– Limited tickets still available! Bonita High School Choral Music will present our annual Pop Show, “Once upon a Pop Show!” in the Bonita Center for the Arts this Wednesday and Thursday, May 17th & 18th at 7:00pm. This year’s theme, “Once upon a Pop Show!” will feature your favorite storybook and fantasy musicals performed by all 200 voices of Bonita’s award winning choral department. Enjoy the sounds of Chorale, Women’s Choir, Men’s Choir, Concert Choir, and Chamber Singers conducted by Director of Choral Music, Mr. Ryan Yoder and our live Pop Show Band! General Admission is $15. Tickets are available for purchase at We hope you will join us this year to experience the music, costumes, and choreography in BHS Choral Music’s “Once upon a Pop Show!”

SENIORS- Each graduating senior will be given 5 complementary tickets to the graduation ceremony. Orders for up to 2 additional tickets are now being accepted.  Additional tickets are $10 each and must be paid in cash or check (made out to Bonita High School).  Order forms will be accepted outside the attendance office before school, at break, lunch and after school.  If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Lindsay at

SENIOR FAMILIES- the Class of 2023 will be graduating in Bonita’s stadium on June 8th. If you would like to purchase a graduation flower lei or kukui nut lei for your graduate, they are available at: at graduation you will be able to pick up your items inside the stadium. Graduates will not be allowed to wear any flowers or leis during the ceremony, once the ceremony is over they can wear flower leis, etc.  If you have questions, please contact Julie Pocino at

PROM 2023- will be on May 20th at the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach, from 7 PM-11PM. This year’s theme will be Midnight on the Marina. Permission slips are now available at the attendance counter. As always, permission slips must be signed by the library and then the administration office before tickets can be purchased with the finance office. Tickets are on sale this week from May 15th to May 17th for $115 with ASB and $125 without. The last day to purchase tickets will be May 17th. No exceptions will be made.

NO DROP OFF OR PARKING IN STAFF PARKING LOT- Please help us keep our students and campus safe by not picking up, dropping off, or parking in the staff parking lot. This applies to before and after school as well. Spaces are assigned and disrupt the work day for faculty and staff when spaces are taken or occupied. Also, cars going through that lot pose a safety concern for our campus. Students that are picked up, dropped off, parking, or grabbing items from the staff lot will receive a detention.

NO DROP OFFS- As a reminder, we do not allow any Student item drop offs. This includes food services (Uber Eats, Door Dash, etc). If you need to exchange something with your Student (Guardian or Emergency Contact in Aries), please let your student know ahead of time or via text to meet you in the main office. We are not able to call classrooms to remind Students to come up for drop offs or call them out of class. When coming in to exchange, please enter from the main office doors off of D Street. We thank you in advance for your cooperation. This allows us to keep our campus safe during the school day for all Students.

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.


LIBRARY The final literary highlight of the year is “Friends and Enemies.” Selected novels include best friend stories, making new friends, and seeing enemies with fresh eyes. Visit the library to check out the display!


D STREET TRYOUTS- Applications for D Street Dance Team are now open and available on Tryouts will take place on May 24, 25, 26th. See Coach O’Grady for more details.


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