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LUNCH TIME CLUB MEETINGS

 

ONLY APPROVED CHARTERED CLUBS ARE POSTED ON   SIDE BAR. 

SEE ACTIVITIES DIRECTOR MARY WRIGHT IN E-101  FOR MORE INFO.

 


ACTIVE CLUBS   DAY & TIME TBD

CIMI:  D-208   AS NEEDED

THEATER/PRODUCTION:  T-100   AS NEEDED  6TH PERIOD 

ENVIRONMENTAL CLUB:  E-102   THURSDAYS OR FRIDAYS, TUTORIAL

 


MONDAY________

MUSIC CLUB: E-200

TEA CLUB:  C-104 (BRING YOUR OWN CUP)

PHOTO CLUB:  G-101

PRE-MED:  D-207

INTERACT:  C-106


TUESDAY_______

SURFRIDER CLUB:  D-107

ROBOTICS:  D-205

MSA:  I-204

RAINBOW ALLIANCE:  C-101

VISION YOUTH:  E-212

FASHION CLUB:  G-100

VIDEO GAMING: E-103

BIOLOGY CLUB: D-206

SKATE CLUB:  IN FRONT OF WEIGHT ROOM

ULTIMATE FRISBEE TEAM: WEIGHT ROOM  EVERY OTHER TUESDAY 

Red Cross: G-103


WEDNESDAY____

ANIME:  D-200  1-3 PM

MOCK TRIAL: T-100 6-8:30 PM


THURSDAY_____

DEBATE TEAM:  E-205

SKATE CLUB:  IN FRONT OF WEIGHT ROOM

YEARBOOK:  T-100  4TH PERIOD AS NEEDED

EQUALITY CLUB:  E-101


FRIDAY________

DEBATE TEAM:  LIBRARY 3-5 PM

BIOLOGY CLUB: D-206

MURAL:  G-101

 

_____MARINER BULLETIN________SUMMER 2016

 There will be NO Saturday school       


DETENTION is held on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:00 - 4:00 pm and on Wednesdays from 1:00 - 2:00 pm.  There is no detention on Fridays.


REMINDER TO ALL MARINERS...All absences must be cleared within 72 hours.  Any absences not cleared by then will result in a Saturday School. Call Attendance to clear at Ext. 5291.


 

 

Have a great Summer Mariners!

 

  • Summer school information: 1st semester: June 10th- June 23rd, 2nd semester: June 24th- July 8th at 8:30 am. For additional information call the Extended Learning Department at Ext. 5246, Room E211.

 

 

 

  • JUNIORS...Attendance and tardy issues not cleared by the end of the school year will carryover to your Senior year.

 

 

                     

____________________ATHLETICS NOTES____________________ Join a Team and Make New Friends

______________IMPORTANT SENIOR INFORMATION______________

___________________JOB OPPORTUNITIES___________________

  1. Summer is coming & boardwalk is hiring big this season! Also, now hiring 15 year olds! Variety of jobs including: Ride Operator, Food Service Operator, Ticket Cashier and Parking Lot Attendant and Games & Arcades Operator. Apply online at www.beachboardwalk.com/jobs
  2. Would you like to have a fun job working at the Beach Boardwalk this summer? MARINI'S at the BEACH is looking for energetic sales associates to hire for the season. You could gain work experience, extra money, build new relationships and be part of an awesome team. Part-time and full time seasonal shifts are open for March 21st thru September 5th. Sales associates merchandise and sell candy, nuts and beverages at 7 locations on the boardwalk. Apply in person at 400 Beach Street (next to the arcade), send an email or resume to [email protected] or pick up an application in the office (by Silvia's desk).
  3. Twisselman Enterprises at the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk is now hiring students. For great pay, flexible schedules and lifetime memories, apply at www.twisselman.com or call 426-7333 for more info. Starting pay: over 18: $11.25 16-17 year olds: $11.00 14-15 year olds: $10.25

  4. Now is your chance to get a job with the award-winning employer in Santa Cruz: Whiting's Foods has won awards for all they do to create an environment that is both engaging for students and give you real-life and necessary skills. It is truly MORE than a summer job! They are currently hiring for weekends and summer. Apply online at http://www.whitingsfoods.com

____________COMMUNITY SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES____________

NEED COMMUNITY SERVICE HOURS?

  • Volunteer opportunities at Beloved Baskets & Decor. Work with retired residence, veterans, homeless, teens, and other members within our community! Get more information at http://www.beloved-baskets-decor.com or email [email protected]

 

  • Help in the Walnut Avenue Family & Woman's Center program serving infants-preschool age children! You can volunteer in the classroom helping the teachers with art activities, reading to children, helping with lunch time, cleaning and playing with children. Call (831)426-3062 Ext: 207 or email [email protected]

 

  • Strawberry Festival volunteers needed to help with the annual event in downtown Santa Cruz on Saturday, June 25th, 2016. Call (831)426-3062 Ext: 211 or email [email protected]

 

  • Do you have an interest in working with children, early childhood development, pr, marketing, outreach or exhibit design?...Then spend some time volunteering at the Santa Cruz Museum Of Discovery.  Please see your counselor for more information!

 

 

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

Non paid Hours completed at an agency or organization will count as Community Service.

Organization Contact Person Min. Age
Volunteer Centers of Santa Cruz www.scvolunteercenter.org  
Adelante (AKA) La Manzana Community Saul Ramos/Olivia Martinez  724-2997, Ext. 202 16
City of Watsonville Site Administrator for each site N/A
City of Watsonville Volunteer Program Watsonville Civic Plaza www.ci.watsonville,ca.us  Application N/A
Community Alliance w/Family Farmers Jenny Hansen  761-8507 or c/254-3112 N/A
Elkhorn Slough Foundation Jack or Marian  728-2822 N/A
Graffiti Removal Project Jerry Shanahan   722-7771 N/A
Junior Volunteers Anna Amorim   722-6708 11
PV Children's Center Sandra/Christina   722-3737 12
PVUSD School Site      Administrator at any school site N/A
Salud Para La Gente Annette Grant   239-1796 N/A
Santa Cruz County Fair Judy/Yvette   724-5671 16
Santa Cruz Outdoor Science School Dan Dickman   728-6390, Ext. 241 16
Second Harvest Food Bank Erika Flores   662-0991 14
Watsonville First United Methodist Church Rev. Robin Mathew-Johnson   724-4434 N/A
YMCA Steve   728-9622  
YwCA Thrift Shop Ginny   724-6078  
YWCA Child Care 768-0900 16
YWCA McQuiddy Gail Knapp   763-0624 17
YWCA of Watsonville Mireya Gomez   724-6078, Ext. 104 16
Youth Center Juan Mendoza   728-6126 N/A


 

__________________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.

  • 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

UPCOMING MARINER PARENT EVENTS

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SATURDAY SCHOOL DATES

 2016 SPRING SEMESTER

January 23, 30

February 20, 27

March 5, 12, 19

April 9, 16, 23, 30

May 7, 14, 21 (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.