NORMAN BULLETIN Wednesday, April 30, 2008 “Give a man a fish you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime” ~ Chinese proverb SCHEDULE FOR THE WEEK PARENTS PLEASE NOTE: MONDAY 4.28 – THURSDAY 5.1 STAR TESTING (See Schedule Below) Go to www.bhhs.beverlyhills.k12.ca.us and visit Friday: Regular Schedule ‘Counselors Corner’ for updates on College Information, Scholarships, Meeting Schedules, and General Counseling Information. Wednesday, April 30 Thursday, May 1 Grade 10 starts at 8:00 A.M. Grades 9 & 11 Start at 8:00 A.M. th Grades 9 & 11 start at 10:30 A.M. 10 Graders WITH A HISTORY CLASS START AT 8:00 A.M. Grade 12 starts at Period (3) 12:34 P.M. Grade 12 starts at Period (2) 12:39 P.M. TEST TIME MINUTES TEST TIME MINUTES th 10 Grade Life Science Prep 8:00 – 8:10 10 Pick up Materials 7:30 – 7:55 25 10th Grade Life Science Part 1 8:10 – 9:10 60 Social Studies Test Prep 8:00 – 8:10 10 In Classroom Break 9:10 – 9:15 5 Social Studies Part 1 8:10 – 9:10 60 10th Grade Life Science Part 2 9:15 – 10:15 60 In Classroom Break 9:10 – 9:15 5 Nutrition (Grade 9 & 11 arrive) 10:15 – 10:25 10 Social Studies Part 2 9:15 – 10:15 60 th Science Session 1 10:32 – 11:32 60 Nutrition (10 graders class arrive) 10:15 – 10:25 10 Return Test Materials 11:32 – 11:47 15 Science Session 2 10:32 – 11:32 60 Lunch 11:47 – 12:27 40 Return Test Materials 11:32 – 11:52 20 Period 3 12:34 – 1:04 30 Lunch 11:52 – 12:32 40 Period 5 1:11 – 1:41 30 Period 2 12:39 – 1:09 30 Period 7 1:48 – 2:18 30 Period 4 1:16 – 1:46 30 Period 8 2:25 – 2:55 30 Period 6 1:53 – 2:23 30 Period 1 2:30 – 3:00 30 STAFF DUE TO VARYING TEST SCHEDULES, the Library will be closed today and Thursday after student lunch. PRESIDENTIAL VOLUNTEER SERVICE AWARDS (Please note date correction) will take place June 5th. Please disregard previous notice. PLEASE DO NOT PARK in the visitor spots located along the building. All Staff members MUST display the BHUSD permit in their window. We will be ticketing cars without permits. Please see Annick Lejeune if you do not have a permit. CELEBRAMOS-7:00 p.m. Student Cafeteria. SENIORS ATTENTION SENIORS! If you are planning on earning your AA degree at a community college in any field or planning on attending a trade school, see Ms. Costello in the Career Center for a fantastic ROTARY Scholarship opportunity. LAST CHANCE TO BUY A YEARBOOK for this year. A very limited amount of books are available from the Student Store. You may purchase them from April 21st until the end of the month. The cost is $150. First come first served. GRADUATION SPEECH sign-ups will be held next week. If you are interested in being a speaker at Graduation, please pick-up information and sign up in House C. PROM TICKETS WILL GO ON SALE starting April 28th at lunch in the Student Store. To avoid long lines, be sure to purchase tickets well before the Friday, May 9th deadline. Have your Prom Express Payment Form completed. A reminder that you may also pay for your Cap & Gown at the same time. (Please be sure you bring your completed GRADUATION CONTRACT with you at the time of these purchases.) UCLA CENTER FOR COMMUNITY COLLEGE Partnerships is offering the Summer Intensive Transfer Experience for prospective transfer students. It is a free 6-day residential program for seniors who will be attending a community college and then transfer to a University of California campus. Please see Ms. Hale in House C for more information. Application deadline is 5.23.08. THE SMC COUNSELOR will not be here Tuesday, April 29 due to STAR testing. She will be on campus May 6 from 9:30 -11:00 a.m. to work with seniors on scheduling their classes. SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES FOR SENIORS JON CHERNEY HUMANITARIAN SCHOLARSHIP AWARD: $2500 will be awarded to one senior who exemplifies qualities of humanitarianism and making a positive difference in the lives of others. Applications are available in each of the Houses and from senior English teachers. Due date: Thursday, May 1, 2008 (Deliver completed applications to Mrs. Chamberlain in House A). BEVERLY HILLS HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIPS: Awards will be given to six (6) seniors with outstanding academic achievement and financial need. All seniors are encouraged to apply. Applications are available in House C. All submissions must be placed in Mrs. Hale’s box in House C no later than Thursday, May 1, 2008. BEVERLY HILLS HIGH SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIPS: All seniors are encouraged to apply. Financial need is a consideration for some of these awards. Applications are available in House C. All submissions must be placed in Mrs. Hale’s box in House C no later than Thursday, May 1, 2008. 10th, 11th and 12th GRADE STUDENTS: Advanced Placement Exams will begin the week of May 5th and May 12th. All test takers please arrive on time and remember that cell phone are prohibited in the testing rooms. Please leave all cell phone at home, in your car, or locker. AP proctors are not responsible for the phones potential theft of damage. ALL STUDENTS DUE TO VARYING TEST SCHEDULES, the Library will be closed today and Thursday after student lunch. ALGEBRA A remedial class in the morning and afternoon is cancelled for this week. EVERYONE COME OUT FOR NORMAN DAYS! Dodge ball, Monday, Food Eating Contest, Tuesday, Water, Wednesday & Carnival, Friday. Don’t forget to wear your grades color: Seniors-Black, Juniors-white, Sophomores-green & Freshman-Blue. COVER DESIGN CONTEST! Design the 2008-2009 cover of the Agenda Book. Color, 7 ½ X 9 ½ inches, Photoshop, Jpg, bmp & pdf are all acceptable. Due May 30th by email to firstname.lastname@example.org AP US HISTORY QUALIFYING TEST-all students who are not auto admits MUST take the test on Friday, May 2 at 3:00 p.m. in Rooms: A-M Room 284 & N-Z Room 202 INTERESTED IN AP ART HISTORY or AP Studio Art? There are still spots to fill. See Mr. Federman in Room 262 for the applications. SUMMER SCHOOL REGISTRATION begins April 28th. For course information go to: www.marymountpv.edu and click on Youth Programs. YEARBOOK is still seeking qualified applicants for next year 08-09. We are looking for Photographers and Writers preferably in AP/Honors English. Photographers must have a portfolio of work and Writers must submit a sample of their best work. Please pick up applications in any of the houses. YEARBOOK 08-09 INTERVIEWS-Students who have already applied for Yearbook please come by Mrs. Joseph’s Room 251 for list of posted interviews date and time. STUDENTS WITH PARKING PERMITS located in the Swim Gym lot can go back to parking in there TODAY. DO YOU WANT TO SEE CHARITY in action? Come to the 2nd floor patio at 2:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 1 to watch courageous & generous students and teachers cut their hair to donate to Pantene Beautiful Lengths. If you are interested in donating your hair, see Ms. Halimi in Room 279 NEED TUTORING? CSF Tutors are available every Wednesday at lunch in Room 250. YOUR STUDENT ID CARD must be carried with you at all times on campus. In addition, Seniors must bring ID CARDS to all Senior Events. If you need to replace your student ID card, please report to the Student Store. MAKE UP THOSE D’S AND F’S DURING 5 WEEKS IN THE SUMMER: See your Counselor as soon as possible to sign up for Beverly’s FREE Summer School Courses. WEST LOS ANGELES ‘JUMP START TO COLLEGE’ Program will hold an informational meeting on Thursday, May 1st at 3:00 P.M. (please note time change) in room 300 to discuss summer classes, week-end college classes, and Fall course offerings at BHHS next year. Seniors planning on attending WLA College next year should attend to hear about Senior Day NO MORNING SERVICES on Wednesday. COLOR WARS ARE COMING! Get ready to show your Norman Spirit during Norman Days May 12-May 16! Freshman, wear your blue proud! We are still selling sweatshirts in the Student Store. Sophomores wear your green. Juniors-Rep you class color by wearing white. Thermals are on sale in the Student Store. Seniors-last chance to reign supreme. Wear BLACK! CLUBS & ACTIVITIES CARNIVAL MEETING Mandatory meeting Thursday, May 1st at the beginning of lunch in room 300. You must send a Club Rep to participate. TBCA: will meet Tuesday May 6th. Please make sure you are signed up for the Revlon Run/Walk under LABCA Team 84. JEWISH CULTURE CLUB will NOT meet on Wednesday at lunch. MMA CLUB meeting has changed to 3-5:00 p.m. every day in the Wrestling Room. DUKE OF EDINBURGH participants meeting-Friday, May 2 at 1:05 p.m. in Room S211. Please be prompt and bring your record book. INTERACT meets Tuesday, May 6 at lunch in Room 118 to discuss funds raised and future good deeds, like planning H2O filters to be purchased for Panama village. Come be a part of a group that is into service for more than college applications. ATHLETICS SWIM TEAM: League Prelims on TODAY and League Finals are Friday, May 2. Both meets will be held at BHHS in the swim/gym beginning @ 3:00 p.m. VARSITY BASEBALL vs. Santa Monica (Away) Thursday, May 1 @ 3:15 p.m. JV//FROSH BASEBALL vs. Santa Monica (Home) Thursday, May 1 @ 3:15 p.m. VARSITY SOFTBALL vs. Inglewood (Home) Thursday, May 1 @ 3:15 p.m. JV SOFTBALL vs. Inglewood (Home) Tuesday, April 29 @ 5:00 p.m. VARSITY BOYS VOLLEYBALL vs. Hawthorne (Away) Thursday, May 1 @ 3:15 p.m. JV/FROSH BOYS VOLLEYBALL vs. Hawthorne (Away) Thursday, May 1 @ 4:30 p.m. LOST & FOUND LOST: Beige Leather Purse, last seen in the girls locker room Wednesday, 4.16 between 2:30 -3:00 P.M. PLEASE return to House B if found. LOST: Silver Gavel, left in the boy’s or girls bathroom sentimental value – If found please return to Mrs. Jason-Fives in room 206 LOST: Black frame glasses in a red case. Please return to Lost & Found.
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