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									                                            BGHS
                                        DAILY BULLETIN #65
                                                  DECEMBER 16, 2009



     Calendar                 HOLIDAY TRIVIA:
12/16 ... Coaches Mtg
12/16                         Which was the last U.S. state to declare an official holiday for
             STRIPES/Tutori
            al                Christmas?
12/17 ... Holiday Concert
12/21-1/1 Winter Break
1/4 ....... Welcome Back      STAFF & STUDENTS:
1/6 ....... Staff Meeting
1/6 ....... Club/Activity &   Don’t forget that the White Tiger’s Giving Tree is collecting new unwrapped gifts for
            Tutorial Time     ‘Bridge the Gap’ to benefit Clark County Head Start Programs. Gifts will be
1/7 ....... SIG 2:30          collected until Thursday, December 17. Pull a tag and bring in a gift.
1/12 ..... Dept Chair Mtg
            2:15
1/13 ..... Tutorial Time
1/13 ..... ASB Mtg –          STUDENTS:
            Library
1/18 ..... MLK Day
            (Observed)
                              PSAT results are back and you can pick them up in the Counseling
1/20                          Office.
             STRIPES/Tutori
            al Time           Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all from the Student Store. For your
1/27 ..... Tutorial Time      planning this week before the break, we want you to know that the Student Store
2/2 ....... Tolo Lunch time   will be open through Thursday, December 17 but we will be closed on Friday,
            Assembly          December 18 to complete year end inventory. As always, thanks for your support.
2/3 ....... Staff Meeting     Have a fun filled break; we’ll see you next year!
2/3 ....... Club/Activity &
            Tutorial Time
2/4 ....... Early Release                             SENIOR SECTION
            (periods 1-3)     Now is the time to continue to complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Student
2/4 ....... SIG 2:30          Aid) on line at www.fafsa.ed.gov or go to Career Cruising and find the link. Summit
2/5 ....... Early Release     your application starting January 1, 2010. The FAFSA is the form the federal
            (periods 4-6)     government uses to determine your eligibility for financial assistance at the school,
2/6 ....... Tolo 8-11PM       college or university you plan to attend.
2/9 ....... Dept Chair
2/9 ....... Parent/Alumni     Also, remember many colleges, and universities have deadlines early in the New
            Concert 7:00PM    Year for application for admission, and their scholarships. Be sure to check these
2/10 ..... ASB Meeting-       deadlines at the potential school’s website. For further assistance, see your
            Library           counselor or the College and Career Center staff.
2/10 ..... Tutorial Time
2/12 ..... Furlough Day –     Grad Night will be $75 if paid by March 1, 2010, $90 if paid by June 8, 2010, or
            School Reform     $100 cash on Graduation Night. If you did not receive these forms, please see Mrs.
            Prof Dev.         Shrider in the Counseling Office, or contact Roxy Rak at 360-624-3024.
                  COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER SECTION
Seniors, have you not finished your Culminating Project? The College and Career Center is open before school,
during your lunch and after school. Get it done now, February 5 is approaching quickly.

Careercruising.com now offers a College Planning Timeline. This provides a wealth of information to help students
from grade 8 – 12 manage the college planning process. There are reminders for deadlines for test registrations and
a financial aid application, recommendations for high school courses and questions to ask teachers and counselors.
It also is full of tips for using Career Cruising’s assessments, databases, and portfolio to manage all the information
necessary for college applications. The College Planning Timeline can be accessed in the “Explore Schools”
section. User name is “bground” password is “tigers”.

Children’s Dental Health Day on February 6 at Clark College Dental Hygiene Clinic, 1933 Fort Vancouver Way.
Appointments are necessary and can be scheduled by calling 397.8020, 397.8010 or 397.8000 ext. 7371. Children
ages 2-19 ONLY with NO dental insurance will qualify. Services provided are: X-rays, sealants, fluoride treatment,
fillings and extractions. There will be no cleanings provided.




Answer to Trivia:           Oklahoma




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