CERES HIGH SCHOOL

MAXIMIZING EVERY STUDENTS POTENTIAL

PAW PRINTS - November 2018

THE BULLDOG WAY: BE SAFE, BE RESPECTFUL, BE RESPONSIBLE

Principal’s Corner

Welcome back Bulldogs! The school year is off to a strong start and we are excited to have over 1700 students at Ceres High this year. Thank you for entrusting your students to us.

We strive to make improvements each and every year for the benefit of our students and our families. This year, I am very excited to announce our Principal’s Coffee! This event will be held each month in the Ceres High School Library. All parents/guardians are welcome to attend. This is a great opportunity to interact with the Principal of Ceres High and be informed on everything that is occurring at your student’s school while enjoying a cup of coffee and a donut. Our first Principals Coffee was at the end of August and we had 12 parents/guardians attend. I was very encouraged by this and would love to see more of you at our next meeting on November 27th at 1:00 pm! Superintendent, Dr. Scott Siegel, will be joining us to present on the benefits of continuing higher education.

Also, be sure to sign up for Parent Square!

We look forward to partnering with you this school year to maximize every student’s potential. It’s always a great day to be a BULLDOG!

Sincerely,

Linda Stubbs, Principal

Short-Term Independent Study

Students who are going to be absent between 5 and 10 days of school may request to be placed on a Short Term Independent Study contract. The student and guardian must meet with his/her Learning Director at least 7 school days prior to the scheduled absence and complete the independent study contract. It will be the students’ responsibility to speak with their teachers to collect any homework. All work must be submitted on the day that the student returns in order to receive credit.

Ceres High is serious about college!

CSU and UC college applications are due November 30, 2018. There are upcoming workshops during and after school for students who need support with completing their applications. Please check Google Classroom for dates and times. See Ms. Soares or Ms. Salinas with any questions.

A work permit will be granted to a student based on the following criteria:

1. Students must be eligible each quarter in order to have a work permit. (2.0 GPA and no more than 1 “F”)

2. Students must have a job before applying for a work permit.

3. The employer must meet the California and Federal Labor Codes for students enrolled in school. (Applications and information are available in the Dog House)

Work permits may be revoked at any time at the discretion of an administrator or a parent.

November

11/22-11/23 - Thanksgiving Break- School Closed

11/27 - Principals' Coffee @ 1:00 pm

11/28 - ASVAB test - 12:30 pm in Rm 56

11/29 - Progress Report #2 mailed home

11/30 - 4.0 Student Breakfast @ 7:30 am in the Student Center

11/30 - CSU/UC college applications due


December

12/8 - Winter Formal

12/18 - 1st & 2nd period finals

12/19 - 3rd & 4th period finals

12/20 - 5th & 6th period finals (No zero per.)

12/20 - Principals' Coffee @ 9:00 am

12/20 - End of Fall Semester

12/21 - 1st Semester Report Cards mailed, eligibility posted

12/21-1/7 - Winter Break- School Closed

POINTS

REDEMPTION LIST - CLICK HERE

The HERO Redemption Table will be available to all students on Tuesday’s and Thursday’s. Monday, Wednesday, and Friday's there will be activities for all students at the amphitheater. These activities are cornhole, giant jenga, giant connect four, and much more.

Do you drive to school? If so, in order to park in the student lot, you must have a school-issued parking permit. Please bring the following to the Discipline Office:

  • Driver’s license
  • Current proof of insurance
  • Completed parking permit application

Any questions, please contact Mr. Julio.

Have you received a Detention for being tardy to school?

Did you know you could use your HERO points to serve a detention for being tardy to school? For just 30 HERO points, you may receive credit towards a detention for being tardy to school.

See either the OCS campus supervisor or Mr. Julio to redeem the HERO points.


Front of the line lunch passes are available to all students. These passes cost:

10 HERO points

You may redeem the points with any campus supervisor, Mr. Pelfrey, or Mr. Julio.

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