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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

Additional Links

______________IMPORTANT SENIOR INFORMATION______________

Attention Seniors:

  • ATTENTION SENIORS...The Annual senior panorama photo will be taken this Thursday during tutorial. Please report to your tutorial and then walk with your teacher down to the stadium. Be prepared to take direction and pay attention so out photographer can get the best possible shot. Remember, any inappropriate clothing or gestures  will be removed from the photo, so keep it clean and have fun out there!
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  • Please fill out the scholarship page under Guidance -/Paying for College-Aptos High School Website.  Also, Seniors, if you are planning on attending Cabrillo College full time in the Fall, please fill out their scholarship listed on their website.  Most scholarships were due Feb 23rd, while others are March 2nd.  See Steve Ortiz for further information (library on Tuesdays)
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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:

____________________ATHLETICS NOTES____________________ Join a Team and Make New Friends

IT'S NOT TOO LATE TO JOIN THE TRACK AND FIELD TEAM.  COME MEET US AT THE BLEACHERS EVERY DAY AT 3:15 PM.

__________________MARINER BULLETIN__________________ THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 2015

SATURDAY SCHOOL   

WILL BE HELD ON SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2015    


  • Today, Thursday, February 26th, at lunch during the Club Carnival "RISE ABOVE" will have a dunk tank by the flag pole where Mr. Slyder will be waiting to be dunked!  The highest bidder will have the great honor of dunking Mr. Slyder first.  Starting at the beginning, whoever has the largest dollar amount within the first five minutes will have the reserved right to dunking Mr. Slyder.  All proceeds will go to the RISE ABOVE club.

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  • Friday, February 27th, is the deadline to complete the local scholarship application. Any applications received after that date can not be considered. Please visit the scholarship page on the AHS website to complete your application.

  • Cabrillo College is offering an outstanding opportunity for our students at Aptos High School. They will be offering a free 3-hour fun shop on Accelerated Learning Techniques for Students on Thursday, February 26th, at Cabrillo College in room 450 from 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm. This fun shop is designed to teach high school and college students how their brain learns and how they can use that information to learn more effectively. Students will leave with a variety of tools and techniques that will allow them to achieve more with less effort. Here is a link to a flyer with more information:
    http://joe-mccullough.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/Accelerated-Learning-Techniques-flyer-S15.pdf
    If you have any questions, please email Joe McCullough at 
    www.drjoemccullough.com
    or call him at 479-6521. 

  • 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!

  • Mariners!...Club Carnival is this Thursday in the Main Quad at lunch so bring money for treats and games! 

  • Tickets still available for this Friday's game at KP Arena in downtown SC...$25 per ticket, this is a fundraiser for our class...Come to G-103 tomorrow during 5th or email me back if you want your tickets delivered!...If you know anyone who wants to go, a friend, family member, etc., please let me know...Thanks!

  • Study abroad in Spain, France, Italy, Costa Rica or China for college credit.  With SPI programs, the traditional classroom takes a backseat to exciting activities around the city, conversations with locals and weekend journeys where history, art and culture come to life!  For more information, visit spiabroad.com or call 866-502-7505.  Enrollment & Scholarship Deadline: March 1, 2015.

  • PubicHealth.org recently added a resource guide to volunteering in public health and other career paths you might be interested in.  Check out http://www.publichealth.org/volunteering/ for more information.

  • SEE JOB OPPORTUNITIES FOR JOBS AT THE BOARDWALK!
  • SEE COMMUNITY SERVICE FOR COMMUNITY SERVICE HOURS.

  •  Monday, February 26  

    AP Calc Meeting, D-102,

       Lunch

     

     

     

     

     

     

  • 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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___________________JOB OPPORTUNITIES___________________

__________________GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT__________________ (Academic Support)

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

____________COMMUNITY SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES____________

NEED COMMUNITY SERVICE HOURS?

#1   I am the president of the home and school club at Bradley Elementary, a non profit organization. We need volunteers to help with our festival May 16th.  Volunteers can get at least 8 hours  (possibly more!) to help with set up (the day before as well as the day of), and to run games/booths and break down/clean up.

#2  I also am looking for someone for two hours every second Tuesday of the month to help with child care for our Home and School club meetings.  Please let me know...

Joy Flynn Wall
(831)713-7856
[email protected]

 

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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.