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ORANGE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL OF THE ARTS Daily Sch ool Bulle t in Monday, October 26, 2009 BLUE Day TODAY’S ACTIVITIES SNAPSHOT TRICK OR TREAT FOR KIDS TO EAT: The Thespian Club’s “Trick or Treat for Kids to Trash Pick Up Eat” canned food drive continues today. Bring your canned food items to the Mr. St rieg l Second Harvest Food Bank barrels in the breezeway today through Friday, Early Lunch Dismissal October 30th. Hunger can be a scary thing but if every student and faculty member 7 t h & 8 t h Grad e would donate just one can to this cause we would be able to donate a minimum of 1500 cans and be a part of the solution to stamping out hunger in the United Center Stage Bistro Menu States. Daily Lunch Special: $4.00 P & D HAUNTED HOUSE AUDITIONS: The P & D department is looking for a few Hamburger, ,Chips, Fruit and drink strange and scary occupants for its Haunted House. Auditions for these creatures A la carte Items served everyday are open to 9th -12th grade students and will be held today, and Tuesday, and __________________ Wednesday of this week during lunch in the Black Box. Participants should come with what they want to use in the Haunted House ~ costume, make-up, screams, Mark Your Calendar! etc. The Haunted House will open for one time only on Friday, October 30th from 2:00 – 5:00 pm. A tour of this ghostly, scary place, if you dare, will cost $2.00 and COLLEGE NIGHT will benefit the P& D conservatory. Please note that the P&D conservatory will th Tuesday, October 27 7:00 pm, Symphony Hall gladly accept any donated materials that will help make the Haunted House extra spooky! See Mr. Kokesch or Mr. Cook if you have questions. Parent Support Organization Next Meeting: Monday, Nov. 16 TODAY’S CLUB ACTIVITIES 7:00 pm, room 707 Baked Goods Club: Room 204 ~ All members are required to attend Collaboration Club: Room 10 SAT/ACT Test Dates: GSA Club: Room 407 December 12th ~ ACT * November 7th ~ SAT * STUDENT INFORMATION *Exams are off campus ~ Students register online FINANCIAL COLLEGE NIGHT: Part two of OCHSA’s College Nights will be held ______________ tomorrow at 7:00 pm in Symphony Hall. This evening will be dedicated to discussing the FASFA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) in detail and other financial aid options. 9th – 12th grade students and their parents are invited to attend. SAT website~ HALLOWEEN BOO GRAMS: Halloween Boo Grams go on sale tomorrow, Tuesday www.collegeboard.com through Friday during lunch and 7th Block in the breezeway. These fun Boo Grams are colorful chocolate Halloween necklaces put together by the Visual Arts conservatory students. Put a smile on your friends’ faces...and yours too with this fun surprise and help Visual Arts. Boo Gram necklaces are $4 each and will be ACT website ~ delivered to students in class by the Bumblebee, the Transformer himself during www.actstudent.org block 2 and 3 this Friday! _________________ FROSH/SOPH MEETING: The next freshman/sophomore meeting will be this Wednesday, October 28th. On the agenda ~ the freshman/sophomore dance. The meeting will be held in room 22 during lunch. Come with your ideas. SCHOOL ID NUMBER/CEEB # FALL CHORAL CONCERT: This Friday, October 30th, the Opera/Choral conservatory 053266 will present its first choral concert of the season. This evening will feature OCHSA’s Chamber Singers, Women’s Chorus and Beginning Chorus. Tickets can be purchased online at the OCHSA box office (www.ocsarts.net) or at the door one hour prior to the concert and may also be. Come and enjoy the music and a fabulous reception following the concert. The concert begins at 7:30 pm in Symphony Hall. See you there! MUSIC BOOK & INSTRUMENT DRIVE: The Old Music Book and Instrument drive ends Communication at OCHSA: this Wednesday so you still have time to donate theory and songbooks and any Primary Website: unwanted instruments. A collection bin for these items is available in the www.ocsarts.net ~ general information breezeway before school, at lunch and during Block 7. Please check in your attics, and links to admissions, academics, school calendar, OCHSA Box Office, Art with your friends and neighbors and even with your conservatory teacher for these Attack and much more. treasures, and donate them to this good cause. OCHSA CLUB CARNIVAL: Come to the Club Carnival~ Trick or Treat on 10th Street Aeries Account Set-Up: this Friday and wear your best Halloween costume because the costume contest http://sis.ocsarts.net/defaulthome.htm Use to set up account to view student this year is after school at the carnival! Come out for all the fun, food, haunted records. house and games....but don’t forget to bring some dinero for the food, games, and haunted house! Student Records: BOX TOPS FOR EDUCATION: Kleenex, Cheerios, Yoplait yogurt, Ziploc bags, Hefty http://sis.ocsarts.net ~ use to check grades, attendance and to obtain trash bags, and Huggies diapers! The Parent Support Organization needs your unofficial transcripts. help! The Box Tops for Education program is an easy way for PSO to make money to benefit OCHSA students. These brand items are just a few among hundreds of Homework/Public Folders: products that are program participants. If each student and staff member clips http://sharepoint.ocsarts.net ~ use to check teacher’s folders for homework and thirty Box Tops by February 1, 2010, PSO will reach its first goal of 45,000 Box class discussions, student activities, and Tops. Ask friends and family to help! A collection box is at the front desk. PSO the daily school bulletin –the Art Attack. thanks you in advance! Tech Support Email: SENIOR INFORMATION: email@example.com ~ use when GRADUATION ORDERS: Jostens will be on campus this Wednesday, Thursday, and having trouble setting up student accounts or accessing Sharepoint. Friday during lunch to take senior graduation orders. Seniors are reminded to review their Graduation Order packet with their parents to determine their Staff Contact via Email: announcement order and Cap and Gown size. Most staff can be reached by Email. To YEARBOOK PICTURES: Senior pictures and quotes for the yearbook are due no later contact academic, conservatory and administrative staff use the following than December 1st to the Yearbook staff. Questions regarding format and delivery formula: first name.last mode of pictures should be directed to the yearbook advisor or staff. firstname.lastname@example.org. Check teacher list on (email@example.com) Sharepoint for appropriate first and last name of teacher. COLLEGE AND SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION ON CAMPUS COLLEGE PRESENTATIONS: Juniors and seniors are invited to sign up for on- Daily School Bulletin: The “Art campus college presentations in the Student Services office, room 101. Sign-ups must be Attack” is available at the OCHSA website ~ www.ocsarts.net/ArtAttack and on done no later than the day before the presentation. http://sharepoint.ocsarts.net under “public Tuesday, Oct. 27: Azusa Pacific at 10:30 am, block 5 resources” “art attack online”. Both Wednesday, Oct. 28: Northeastern University at 9:30 am, block 1 & 2 current and older bulletins can be viewed. Tuesday, Nov. 3: California College of Arts & Crafts ~ Visual Arts conservatory, Click on the “modified” arrow and click room 601, block 9 “descending” to see most current bulletin. Friday, Nov. 6: Chapman University at 12:45 pm , block 6 The Art Attack is posted everyday on floor Tues, Nov. 10: Whittier College at 10:00 am, block 5 bulletin boards and at the Information Tues. Nov. 10: Otis College of Art ~ Visual Arts, room 601, block 9 Rack in lobby. The Art Attack can also be accessed on the Aeries student page. SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION Friday’s “General JUNIOR LEAGUE OF ORANGE COUNTY SCHOLARSHIPS: Junior League of Orange County Announcements” Email : Each provides ten thousand dollars in scholarships to seniors planning to attend a two or four year Friday parents receive a “General college. Applications are available at http://www.jlocc.org/?nd=scholarships2009 . Announcements” newsletter via their Application deadline is January 30, 2010. email detailing upcoming events, HORATIO ALGER SCHOLARSHIP: The Horatio Alger scholarship is open to seniors who have important school/student information and exhibited integrity and perseverance in overcoming personal adversity and who aspire to student achievement news. Your primary email address provided to the school is pursue higher education. Applications are available at used for delivery. www.horatioalger.org/scholarships/apply.cfm . Application deadline is October 30. METROPCS COMMUNITY SCHOLARS PROGRAM: MetroPCS is offering seniors who have demonstrated a high level of volunteerism and community service and plan to attend a 2 or 4 year college the opportunity to apply for their $2.500 scholarships. Applications are available online at www.metropcs.com/scholarship starting October 1. Application deadline is November 25, 2009. COCA COLA SCHOLARSHIP: The online application for the Coca Cola Scholarship is now available to seniors. Apply at www.coca-colascholars.org. Application deadline is Saturday, October 31st. ELKS NATIONAL FOUNDATION AWARDS: Seniors, the Elks National Foundation is offering several scholarships this year to OCHSA students. Information and applications are available at www.elks.org/enf/scholars . Application deadline is November 2, 2009.
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