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					 Monday-10/16             Tuesday-10/17            Wednesday-10/18              Thursday-10/19              Friday-10/20
        EVEN                      ODD                       EVEN                        ODD                       EVEN

 Crazy Hat & Sock Day          Nerd Day                 Black Tie Day                Mardi Gras               Homecoming!
                                                       OBSERVANCES
October 1-31=Character Education MonthOctober 1-31=Computer Learning MonthOctober 1-31=Crime Prevention
MonthOctober 1-31=Disabilities Employment Awareness MonthOctober 1-31=Filipino American History MonthOctober
2=Yom KippurOctober 3=Back-to-School Night Middle SchoolOctober 4=Back-to-School Night High SchoolOctober 7-
8=SukkotOctober 8-14=Fire Prevention WeekOctober 8-14=National Metric WeekOctober 9-13=National School Lunch
WeekOctober 9=Columbus Day October 15-21=National School Bus Safety Week October 16=National Bosses
Day October 23-27=Red Ribbon Week October 23-31=National Red Ribbon Week October 24=United Nations
DayOctober 28=Make a Difference DayOctober 29=Standard TimeOctober 31=Halloween
                                                    SCHOOL WIDE GOALS
Communicate effectively through reading, writing, speaking, using technology, & active listening. Critical thinking utilizing
problem solving, reasoning & calculating. Career awareness by researching & setting realistic educational & vocational goals.
Citizenship & tolerance of diverse cultures & individual differences.


                                             ACTIVITIES OFFICE

HELLO BRUINS Make sure your wearing your ID & lanyard around your neck
at all times.

DON’T FORGET Friday is a reversed minimum day. We begin with Block 8
and end with Block 2. Fair starts at 12:32pm. If you are unscheduled Block
8 – school begins for you at 8:48am.

HOMECOMING FOOTBALL GAME Pre-game parade will start at 6pm. Kick-off
is 7pm. Tickets go on sale Tuesday at the Banker. Come early, we ALWAYS
sell-out. We are designating the East-side of the Visitor's side of the Stadium
as Bruin seats for overflow.

FRIDAY IS HOMECOMING Dress like a pirate or Sailor. YOU must go big or
nothing - this means that you must be able to tell you are a sailor or a pirate.
Be conservative, NO bandanas and weapons of any kind. This is NOT a free-
dress day! Absolutely NO denim or jeans.

DO YOU HAVE SPIRIT Show your Mardi Gras spirit on Thursday - with
colorful beads and crowns.

GOT YOUR TICKETS Everything: Football, Fair tickets and Dance tickets go
on sale Tuesday at Activities!!

HOMECOMING LINEUP:
Fair & Rally – 12:32-2:00 in the Quad.




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Pre-game Parade– 6:00pm in the Stadium. Come see the Homecoming
     Court, our Senior Football and Cheer Parents, Class councils and our
     own Pirate Ship – Captain Woody’s Revenge.
Football Game vs. Jordan– 7:00pm. Tickets are $6.00 adults and $3.00
     students with ID.
Homecoming Dance – 9-11pm – in the Quad. Tickets are $5.00 presale and
     $7.00 at the door.
YOHO, Arghh mateys see you there!

                              CLUB MEETINGS

INVISIBLE CHILDREN Children alert! Students needed to help change the
future of the war-stricken children in Uganda. Join Invisible Children in room
408 on Mondays at lunch to impact children’s lives by helping raise money in
Uganda. Student’s who participate will be given service hours. 10/18

CRAZY CREW Hey all Crazy Crew members! Meeting Thursday at lunch! Be
there! 10/18

BEST BUDDIES MEETING Come to room 106 or 407 tomorrow and Friday to
see if you are a peer buddy or associate member. If you came to an interest
meeting and turned in your application, you must come look at this list and
get the information. We can’t wait to get started! 10/20

SPEECH & DEBATE Attention all Speech & Debate policy debates. We will
have a meeting today at lunch in room 410 with our policy coach. See you
there! 10/18

LATIN AMERICAN CLUB There is a meeting today in room 351 at lunch for
members who are a part of the decorating committee. We will begin doing
the decorations. Don’t miss out! 10/18

COMIC BOOK CLUB Do you have a favorite superhero or villain? Do you
collect comics or mangas? Then Comic Book club is for you! First meeting is
on Thursday in 536 at lunch. 10/18

KEY CLUB Meeting this Thursday at lunch in 510. Please remember your
dues because they are due! If you volunteered to bring decorations for our
booth please remember to bring them. We will be discussing our plans for
our Homecoming Booth! 10/18

FOOD & RECIPE CLUB There is no Food & Recipe club meeting this Friday due
to Homecoming. 10/18




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COME JOIN THE INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL CLUB Do you want to travel to
England, Scotland, Ireland and possibly France? Come join the International
Travel club in C-16 Tuesday at lunch. 10/18

                          OTHER WILSON BUSINESS

DIPPIN DOTS are here every Tuesday & Thursday at lunch in front of the
Media Center for only $3.

PHOTOS FOR YEARBOOK Wilson Campanile needs your photos. Bring in your
fun pics from summer or you at your job. This will increase your chances of
having your picture in the yearbook. Hurry because space is limited! 10/27

“RUNAWAYS” IS COMING 2 weeks from tomorrow night Wilson’s mighty
Drama Department opens it’s 2006-2007 Season of shows with “Runaways”.
get ready for greatness!

ATTENTION ALL 10TH, 11TH & 12TH GRADE STUDENTS GOT GOOD GRADES?
Then come to Ms. Lindahl's Office, Counseling Center, 3 pm to 3:30 pm to
register for CSF / NHS . You need your report card from the Spring semester
2006 and $2.00 fopr each membership... this is your last chance until next
semester.. DON'T MISS OUT !!!! 10/20

ATTENTION ALL 9TH & 11TH GRADE STUDENTS The PSAT as this Saturday
Oct. 21, 2006. Be on the C-Side at 7:15 a.m. If you have not paid yet, there
is still time until Oct. 19th at 3:00 is the deadline....see Ms. Lindahl for more
info 10/20

CONGRATULATIONS TO JULIANNE BULLOCK AND EMILY SOPO for being
honored as outstanding writers by the National Council of Teachers of
English (NCTE). They are among only 606 students in the entire United
States and its possessions to receive this award which honors excellence in
writing. Congratulations girls, your teachers, Ms. Burke and Mrs. Garcia, and
everyone here at Wilson is very proud of you.

CSU APPLICATION WORKSHOP Need help filling out your Cal State
Application? Have questions and need answers? The Career Center will be
holding an application workshop today at 1:15. Stop by and sign up to
attend.

ATTENTION ALL BUILDING BRIDGES YL'S Don't forget! There will be a very
important Human Relations meeting in room C-18 tomorrow, Thursday, Oct.
19. Be sure to look at and think about the "Mix It UP" email that Valerie sent




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to you from the NCCJ office. See you Thursday at lunch. Come with creative
ideas.

                  THE FOLLOWING ARE COMMUNITY SERVICE-
            LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES CONTACT MR. AXELSON IN C-1

                             UPCOMING SPORTS/ACTIVITIES
GIRLS GOLF              Tuesday     10/17/06   Millikan                     Recreation Park     2:00pm

GIRLS TENNIS            Tuesday     10/17/06   Poly                         Wilson              3:00pm

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL        Tuesday     10/17/06   Compton                      Wilson              3;00pm      F/JV

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL        Tuesday     10/17/06   Compton                      Wilson              4:30pm        V

BOYS WATERPOLO          Tuesday     10/17/06   Foothill                     Belmont             6:15pm       ALL

GIRLS GOLF              Wednesday   10/18/06   Knabe Cup Tournament         Lakewood            1:00pm

GIRLS GOLF              Thursday    10/19/06   Poly                         Recreation Park     2:00pm

FOOTBALL                Thursday    10/19/06   Jordan                       Wilson              3:00pm        F

FOOTBALL                Thursday    10/19/06   Jordan                       Jordan              3:00pm       JV

BOYS WATERPOLO          Thursday    10/19/06   Poly                         Poly                3:00pm       ALL

GIRLS TENNIS            Thursday    10/19/06   Cabrillo                     Cabrillo            3:00pm

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL        Thursday    10/19/06   Cabrillo                     Wilson              3:00pm      F/JV

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL        Thursday    10/19/06   Cabrillo                     Wilson              4:30pm        V

FOOTBALL                Friday      10/20/06   Jordan                       Wilson              7:00pm        V

CROSS COUNTRY           Saturday    10/21/06   Mt. SAC Invitational         Mt. SAC               TBA

BOYS WATERPOLO          Saturday    10/21/06   Coronado                     Coronado              TBA       JV/V



                                    PAST ANNOUNCEMENTS

STUDENTS ARE REMINDED that only white, gold or cardinal sweatshirts are allowed, NO
EXCEPTIONS! Also undershirts may only be white and cannot exceed the length of your
collared shirt. Please continue to follow the dress code and show Bruin Pride! 10/20

BUILDING BRIDGES HUMAN RELATIONS CAMP learn more about others, who you are, and
what we can be together...and learn it in the great outdoors of the San Bernardino Mountains!
December 15th through 17th. See Ms. Fletcher in room C-18 or Ms. Ilmanen in room 162 for
more information. Thanks so much! 10/18

SENIOR WOMEN’S CLUB MEETINGS There will be a mandatory meeting for all senior women’s
club to discuss homecoming. At lunch on Wednesday, October 18th in room C-9. 10/18

AHOY    MATEYS Your shipboard mates have found gold. Stop by room 131 to taste delicious
candy   apples. The price is 50 cents for a small bite and $1.00 for a delicious Carmel apple.
There   will be no scurvy aboard our ship. Together for Christ will be selling candy apples all
week.    Thank-you for your support. 10/18




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