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LUNCH TIME CLUB MEETINGS

CLUBS LISTED BELOW WERE ACTIVE LAST SCHOOL YEAR.  SEE MS. WRIGHT FOR MORE INFO ON NEW AND LAST YEAR'S CLUBS THAT ARE STILL ACTIVE.

 


ACTIVE CLUBS W/TIME & PLACE TBD

CSF: D-202 AS NEEDED

CIMI: D-208 AS NEEDED

OPI: D-208 AS NEEDED

SNOW CLUB:  TBD

BEACH BALL:  TBD


MONDAY

TRIATHLON CLUB: 1ST/3RD MONDAY - POOL

SPEECH TEAM:  E-212

ARCHERY:  3:00 PM   (BEHIND POOL)

INTERACT:  C-106

CROSS COUNTRY: MONDAY THRU FRIDAY  3:15 PM

YOUNG ENTREPRENEURS: C-100

PRE MED:   D-207

PHOTO:  G-101


TUESDAY

BRIDGE PROJECT: E-207

LITERARY MAGAZINE: E-200

REP: D-105

SURF TEAM:  Weight Room

"G" CLUB:  E-212

GSA:  C-101

MSA:  I-204

ROBOTICS:  D-200  

FIDM: G-100  

MARINATOR/CARNIVORE:  WEIGHT ROOM                         


WEDNESDAY

ANIME:  D-200  1-3 pm


THURSDAY

DEBATE TEAM:  E-212

RISE ABOVE:  E-204

HIP-HOP DANCE: NEW GYM WRESTLING ROOM


FRIDAY

AGUILAS GUERRERAS:   E-202

DEBATE TEAM:  E-212  after school   

SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH:  D-202

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______________IMPORTANT SENIOR INFORMATION______________

ATTENTION SENIORS

IF YOU NEED COMMUNITY HOURS FOR GRADUATION, SEE THE COMMUNITY SERVICE SECTION FOR A LIST OF VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES.

 

  • Please see your Guidance Counselor for any questions and concerns about the  Running Start process:

 

Certain Required Steps are needed:

It is highly recommended that all steps be completed as early as possible, but they MUST be completed and documentation received no later than April 17, 2015, in order to participate in Running Start).

 

Important Things to Do and Know:

Cabrillo College Application (remember your password).  Submit the online Running Start Intent form.  Apply for Financial Aid.  Complete the online  Orientation (print out or keep in phone to show for proof).  Take the Assessments (we recommend taking them a couple of times) –This is done at Cabrillo’s campus.  Attend an Ed Plan Workshop

 

All of this must be done prior to April 17th.

 

The link to the Running Start web site is:  https://sites.google.com/a/cabrillo.edu/rs/

 

  1. If you are confirmed in attending San Jose State in the Fall, 2015, please fill out the scholarship application (on scholarship page) by way of Steve Ortiz and/or Cheryl Nickel.  Deadline is March 31st.
  2. Attending Cabrillo College in the  Fall 2015?  You must  take your assessments at Cabrillo and make sure you sign up for an ED Plan workshop with Cheryl in the library.  Limited space.
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  • ATTENTION JUNIORS AND SENIORS... Any unexcused absences not cleared will make you ineligible to attend Prom.  Remember Prom is on April 17th.   That leaves you 31 Calendar days to clear your unexcused absences.
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  • Cabrillo College Application is open for Seniors who will be attending in the Fall of 2015.  Please submit your application via online through Cabrillo College website:

___________________JOB OPPORTUNITIES___________________

__________________MARINER BULLETIN__________________ TUESDAY, MARCH 31, 2015

SATURDAY SCHOOL   

WILL NOT BE HELD ON SATURDAY, APRIL 2ND AND 11TH, 2015    


 

  • "Call For Entries"...for our Spring Art Show in conjunction with the Spring Choral Concert on May 1st and 2nd.  ALL students are welcome to enter artwork.  Entries will be screened based on content and space requirements, and are due to Ms. Offutt's classroom, G-100, by April 24th.  For more info...see Ms. Offutt.
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  • ATTENTION ALL WRESTLERS...PLEASE SEE COACH REGGIE AT BREAK TODAY IN I-107.
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  • Aptos High's Annual Triathlon will be held on Thursday, May 14th, starting at 12:30 pm.  Make sure to start training now.  Sign up on the Triathlon page on the website.  Contact Mr. Rubi for more info.  Volunteering opportunities will be available on Race Day and some before hand.
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  • We will be having a POETRY SLAM today, Tuesday, March 31st, at lunch, in the library. Everyone is welcome. Don't miss the opportunity to see these amazing Slammers in action.

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  • Be a leader for your class! Now is your chance to be your class President, VP, Secretary, or Treasurer. Pick up packets TODAY in ASB E101. Packets are DUE next Tuesday 3/31. Don't delay!

    Did you know that it feels good to give? It's your chance to GIVE to Project Homeless Connect. The incredible organization helps our SC County Homeless Community by providing them with services they need to live a better life. You have the chance to make a difference by donating travel-sized toiletry items like shampoo, soap, hand sanitizer, combs, and more between now and May 1st. Drop off your donations in the red tubs in the Main Office or ASB E101.

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  • NEED COMMUNITY SERVICE HOURS?...CHECK OUT THE NEW LISTINGS IN THE COMMUNITY SERVICE. SECTION.

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  • ATTENTION ALL JUNIORS...If you have any uncleared absences, there are only 3 Saturday Schools left for you to clear them.  Any uncleared absences for this school year will roll over to the next school year.  It is your responsibility to keep track of your attendance so if you have any attendance issues, please clear them up so you can start your Senior year with a clean slate.

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  • PROM BIDS...are on sale...buy them early before the price goes up.  Pick up permission slips in the office, ASB room or in the quad!

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  • SEE JOB OPPORTUNITIES FOR JOBS AT THE BOARDWALK!
  • STUDENT REMINDERS 

    *   For every 3 tardies a detention must be served and for every 5 uncleared absences a Saturday School must be served.  It is the student's responsibility to keep track of their attendance.

    *  REMEMBER MARINER STUDENTS... It is you responsibility to attend Saturday School if assigned.  Students who fail to attend their assigned Saturday School will be assigned On-Campus Suspension or Out-of-School Suspension.   Please check in at the Student Services Office if you have questions. Thank you.  Mr Slyder

  • All students who do not have a 1st, 5th or 6th period class but are at school because of bus transportation must go to the library.  Students may not “wander around” or “hang out” around the campus.  Thank you for your cooperation

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____________COMMUNITY SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES____________

NEED COMMUNITY SERVICE HOURS?


 

__________________GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT__________________ (Academic Support)

Attention students interested in Engineering:

If you are interested in exploring careers in engineering through hands-on engineering design projects, take “ENGR 5 Engineering as a Profession” course at Cabrillo College this summer.  Details:  Mon-Thurs; July 13-24, 2015; 9:30 am - 1:45 pm.  High school students will receive high school and college credit for the course.

Complete an application and register through www.cabrillo.edu   The tuition is waived for high school students.  Spots are limited to 40 students.

New Counseling Staff from PVPSA!

Hi!

We just wanted to introduce ourselves; we're the new counselors from PVPSA. We are all really excited to be here to lend our support, insight, and caring to your personal journey this school year. ...more

___________________CONGRATULATIONS___________________ Mariner Pride Winners


Show your SCHOOL PRIDE by wearing your MARINER WEAR every Friday for a chance to win $20.

___________________STUDENT REMINDERS___________________

  • DRIVING & PARKING ON CAMPUS ALERT    TICKETING IS IN EFFECT...Vehicles not adhering to all parking and driving regulations are subject to ticketing or towing!
  • ABSENCES MUST BE CLEARED WITHIN 72 HOURS   5 unexcusted absences equal 1 Saturday School so be sure to check your attendance on a regular basis. If you have 5 or more uncleared absences, just show up and sign in for Saturday School. Students are responsible for keeping track of their attendance.

UPCOMING MARINER PARENT EVENTS

____________________ATHLETICS NOTES____________________ Join a Team and Make New Friends

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SATURDAY SCHOOL DATES

  2015 SPRING SEMESTER

8:00 - 12:00 pm / Cafeteria Steps

   JANUARY 24, 31

   FEBRUARY 7, 21, 28

   MARCH 7, 14, 21, 28

   APRIL 18, 25

   MAY 2, 9, 16, 30   Discipline Only

PARKING ON CAMPUS POLICIES

Ticketing for illegal parking is in effect.  Remember that PARKING ON CAMPUS   IS A PRIVILEGE...NOT A RIGHT.  

PARKING PERMIT is required to park   on campus. If you have not purchased a parking permit, please do so ASAP. Your parking permit sticker must be affixed to your vehicle's window or a ticket will be issued.  (Mr. Slyder, AP)

Anonymous Reporting & Non-Discrimination

As members of the Aptos High School Community, it is OUR RESPONSIBILITY TO DEVELOP A POSITIVE SCHOOL CLIMATE that promotes respect for diversity, effective interpersonal and communication skills, self-esteem, conflict resolution, and personal as well as social responsibility  and well-being, and we take this charge seriously.

To support our efforts, we are asking that if you are aware of or witness any act of violence, bullying, harassment, or substance abuse on our campus or at any AHS sponsored event, please...

  1. Contact an administrator, staff member, coach or trusted adult.
  2. If you do not want to make a statement in person, then we ask that you please use the WE-TIP hotline (1-800-78-CRIME)  to provide information to AHS staff  and administration anonymously!

We need your support to create the safe and effective educational environment that we all deserve.