Patrick Henry High School, 6702 Wandermere Drive, San Diego, CA 92120
Phone: 619-286-7700 Fax: 619-229-0370 Web: www.henry.sandi.net
This is the time of year we look forward to our seniors’ graduation, celebrate our students’ many achievements, and
plan for summer school and the opening of the 2010-2011 school year. I have good news about the Patrick Henry High
School budget for next year. Instead of worrying about how we will pay for all the needed student supports, next year
Patrick Henry High will qualify for federal Title I funds. This will bring an additional $178,000 to fund a number of
educational services for our students, including our additional counselor, computer lab tech, and support classes in English
and math for the High School Exit Exam. We will have enough funding to help support our band and all the supplies and
books our classes and departments need.
We are currently conducting our state testing of all grade 9-11 students, and I want to thank all of you for supporting
our students’ efforts and achievement on these exams. We need to show every student is improving his/her performance on
them. I am recognizing in this newsletter all the students in grade 11 in spring 2009 who earned an Advanced Level on at
least one of the California Standards Tests. I also want to give a big thank you to Joe Ogilvie for his help in organizing all
the tests and to our two volunteers who have donated a lot of time to help: Cathy Jaffe and Lisa Cantor. Your help is greatly
Summer School will take place as normal for D and F grade make up for grade 9-12 students. Summer School
dates are June 28-August 6, and class will be held 7:30-11:40 a.m. daily. There will be no transportation, except for
identified special education students. Please contact Terry Walsh to make sure your child is enrolled for credit make up.
Incoming Grade 9 Summer Experience classes will be offered to new Patrick Henry High students to provide
project-based activities to help prepare them for their high school education. This is a fun, hands-on, activity class
tentatively taking place from June 28 – July 16. Incoming freshmen are encouraged to sign up with Mrs. Schulze.
I want to thank our seniors for their continued excellent citizenship. Please do not encourage and “ditch days”
because they are unexcused and they cost our district valuable funds for every absence. Please encourage our seniors to
celebrate at their senior activities and graduation on June 18.
For your 2010-2011 school year calendar, please post these important registration and Link Crew dates:
New Student Enrollment August 24, 26, 31 and September 1
Grade 9 Registration August 25, 26
Grade 10 Registration August 27
Grade 11 Registration August 30
Grade 12 Registration August 31
Grade 9 Link Crew Orientation August 30
First Day of School September 7
Finally, I need to recognize some of our students’ outstanding achievements. They are all an inspiration!
Our 2010 Valedictorian and Salutatorian: Matt Abrams and Anna Kornfeld Simpson
Presidential Scholar Finalist (one of 560 in the U.S.): Anna Kornfeld Simpson
Science Fair Sweepstakes Winners: Sharona Silverstein and Anna Kornfeld Simpson
Ford Salute to Education Scholarships: Matt Abrams, Miriam Melendez, Laura Redlinger, Ilse Sosa-Pineda, Taylor
California Retired Teachers Association Scholarship: Matt Abrams and Taylor Winchell
National Merit Scholars: Arthur Huynh, Katherine Mogk, and Anna Kornfeld Simpson
The Benjamin Banneker Math Honors Award: Naziret Ali
Thank you for your continued support of our wonderful students.
Queridos padres de familia:
Éste es el momento del año en que esperamos con gusto la graduación de nuestros estudiantes seniors. Celebremos los muchos
logros de nuestros estudiantes y hagamos planes para la Escuela de Verano y para el siguiente año escolar 2010-2011. Tengo
buenas noticias sobre el presupuesto de la Preparatoria Patrick Henry para el año que viene. No tendremos que preocuparnos sobre
cómo pagar todos los apoyos que necesitamos para nuestros estudiantes, pues Patrick Henry ha calificado para recibir fondos
federales de Title I el año entrante. Esto nos traerá $178 000 adicionales para financiar varios servicios educativos para nuestros
estudiantes, incluso para nuestro consejero adicional, el técnico del laboratorio de computación, y clases de apoyo de inglés y
matemáticas para el Examen de Egreso de las Preparatorias de California. Tendremos suficientes fondos para apoyar a nuestra
banda y para todos los materiales y libros que nuestras clases y departamentos necesitan.
Actualmente, estamos llevando a cabo nuestra prueba estatal para todos los estudiantes de los grados 9 a 11, y quiero agradecer a
todos su apoyo a los esfuerzos y logros de nuestros estudiantes en estos exámenes. Necesitamos mostrar que cada estudiante está
mejorando su desempeño en las pruebas. Quiero dar un reconocimiento en esta carta a todos los estudiantes del 11º grado que
obtuvieron en la primavera de 2009 un Nivel de Avanzado en al menos una de las Pruebas de Criterios de California. Quiero
también agradecer a Joe Ogilvie por su ayuda en organizar todos los exámenes y a nuestros dos voluntarios, Cathy Jaffe y Lisa
Cantor, que donaron mucho de su tiempo para esto. Agradecemos mucho su ayuda.
La Escuela de Verano será como siempre para que los estudiantes de los grados 9 a 11 que tienen calificaciones de D y F puedan
ponerse al corriente y recuperar sus créditos. Las fechas de la Escuela de Verano serán del 28 de junio al 6 de agosto y las clases
serán diariamente de 7:30 a 11:40 de la mañana. No habrá servicio de transporte excepto para los estudiantes identificados de
educación especial. Por favor, póngase en contacto con Terry Walsh para asegurarse que su hijo/a esté inscrito para recuperar sus
Las clases de Experiencia de Verano se ofrecerán a los nuevos estudiantes de Patrick Henry que ingresarán al 9º grado para
proporcionar actividades con base en proyectos que los ayudarán a prepararse para su educación en la preparatoria. Esta es una
clase divertida de actividades prácticas que se impartirá en junio y se invita a todos los nuevos estudiantes a que se inscriban con
Quiero agradecer a nuestros seniors por su continua conducta excelente. Por favor no se ausenten de las clases o de la escuela, ni
alienten a otros a que lo hagan por que esas faltas serán injustificadas y cada ausencia le cuesta valiosos fondos a nuestro distrito.
Por favor inviten a todos los seniors a participar en las actividades de celebración de los seniors y en la graduación del 18 de junio.
Para el calendario del año escolar de 2010-2011, por favor anoten estas fechas importantes de inscripciones y del programa Link
Crew (equipo de enlace):
Inscripción de nuevos estudiantes: agosto 24, 26, 31 y septiembre 1º
Inscripción del 9º grado: agosto 25, 26
Inscripción del 10º grado: agosto 27
Inscripción del 11º grado: agosto 30
Inscripción del 12º grado: agosto 31
9º grado - Orientación Link Crew: agosto 30
Primer día de clases septiembre 7
Finalmente, quiero reconocer los extraordinarios logros de algunos de nuestros estudiantes. ¡Son toda una fuente de inspiración!
Los estudiantes que darán el discurso de partida (Valedictorian) y el de saludo (Salutatorian) a los graduados del 2010: Matt
Abrams y Anna Kornfeld Simpson.
A la finalista para ser Becaria Presidencial: Anna Kornfeld Simpson.
A los ganadores de la Lotería de la Feria de Ciencias: Matt Abrams, Miriam Melendez, Laura Redlinger, Ilse Sosa-Pineda y Taylor
La Beca de la Asociación de Maestros Retirados de California: Matt Abrams y Taylor Winchell.
Becarios al Mérito Nacional: Arthur Huynh, Katherine Mogk y Anna Kornfeld Simpson.
Premio Benjamin Banneker de Honores en Matemáticas: Naziret Ali
Agradecemos el apoyo continuo a nuestros maravillosos estudiantes y a la escuela.
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Congratulations to the Class of 2010
Matt Abrams Anna Simpson
Wearing White Robes:
Taylor Scott Winchell Jason Adam Hull
Daniel Henry Remy Manigold
Bernstein Diana Rosales
Jin Sun Oh Ryan Edward Wolf
Arthur William Evan Reed
Huynh Kevin Eugene Wright
Kellen Blumberg Tanya Marie Camper
Cherise St. Jean Haley Ray Gross
Goode Almaz Tigabu Ali
Jacob Ryan Robertson Kellie C. Livingstone
Michelle Widjaja Daniel Bryce Bettwy
David Antonio Aaron Melgreg Barranco
Gonzalez Scott J. Ridout
Laura Anne Redlinger Adrianna Dowell
Avery Cousins Jeff Ho
Hunker Margaret Ann McCormick
Rachael Mae Park Cameron Mennis
Rebecca Emily Connor Wynveen
Koppel Ashley Nicole Cook
Amy Hinds Steven William Gagniere
Jordan Elizabeth Hart Sierra Ivy
Suzanna Osuna Dayne Knudson
Kathryn Bryce Mogk Jordan Leigh Wolz
Susan Rita Redlinger Luke Anthony Diedrich
Joncarlo Linayao Tammy Vu
Putman Natalie Ann Kailulani Boyd
Meagan Jaye McLeod Cheyenne Rose Fairchild
Louis Nguyen Erin M Fink
Tess Kathleen Thaler Ryan Lo Moua
Delaney Moghanian Laura Preddy
Andrew Piliser Nicholas Tammadge
Michael Converse- Christine Boon Thiem
Rath Rodolfo Zelaya
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Summer school will be available for students who need to make up credits. It will be held at Patrick
Henry, Monday, June 28, 2010 to Friday, August 6, 2010. Applications are available in the Counseling
office, on the PHHS website, and at the end of this newsletter. Summer school is based on a first-come,
first served basis to students who need to make up (2) or more core classes. There will be (1) six week
session. Students will have the opportunity to make up (2) core subjects and/or take an online APEX
Credit Recovery course. All applications should be returned to the Counseling office including
applications for the students who plan on attending another high school for Summer School.
Transportation will not be provided during Summer School. If you have any questions, please contact
your student’s counselor.
SENIORS: Scholarship applications are winding down for the 09/10 school year. Please check the
Naviance weblink, the Bulletin or the Counseling office for any “last minute” scholarship opportunities.
Students: If you need to make a course change for the 2010/2011 school year, please contact your
counselor immediately. Course changes will not occur after the first day of school unless an error has
been made on the course schedule.
IMPORTANT DATES FROM COUNSELING
(Please check the PHHS website for details)
Monday, May 3, 2010 - Friday, May 14, 2010
Please check PHHS website and/or AP teachers/counseling office for times and locations.
Tuesday, May 11, 2010 California High School Exit Exam (English) makeup exams for 10th grade
students and any 12th grade student who has not passed the exam.
Wednesday, May 12, 2010 California High School Exit Exam (Math) makeup exams for 10th grade
students and any 12th grade student who has not passed the exam.
Tuesday, June 1, 2010 Naviance 9th -11th Grade Portfolio Assignments are due.
Senior Awards Night: Thursday, June 10, 2010 7:00 pm GYM
SAT Exam Dates: ACT Exam Dates:
May 1, 2010 June 12, 2010
June 5, 2010
The Counseling staff would like to thank the following parents for volunteering and assisting in
the Counseling office; we truly appreciate all of your help!
Marion Spence, Lisa Cantor
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HEALTH NEWS: Patrick Henry has a Student Assistance Program, which is available to
all students. The program provides support groups, which are facilitated by trained staff. Groups
are designed to help students improve communication skills, self-concept, and function more
effectively in society by recognizing their responsibilities. Some of the groups have a focus: Grief
Group, Self Esteem, Family Change, Social Skills, and Drug and Alcohol information groups.
Others are more general and deal with issues that are important to High School Students:
relationships with friends, families, teachers, conflict resolution, etc. Students may be referred to
this program by parents, teachers or they may refer themselves. Groups are currently in progress
and will continue until the end of May. Questions can be directed to the Nurse, Susan Efting 619-
WILDERNESS FIRST AID: Fifteen students and two staff members completed this
program and will receive certification. The program is American Red Cross Wilderness First Aid.
This class is intended to prepare the individual for a situation where advanced medical help will be
delayed for several hours. Wilderness First Aid is designed to prepare the First Aid Giver the tools
necessary to evaluate an emergency situation, give immediate care, check for resources and decide
how to evacuate, if necessary, to provide more advanced medical care in the case that help is
delayed. Each student received a medical back pack with some supplies as well as a list of
suggested items to be placed in the bag. The 15 students that participated are in the Bio Medical
Pathways Program. Stephanie Baron (teacher), Suzi Stone (American First Aid Instructor) and the
Nurse will be facilitating the training.
STUDENT TO STUDENT: The following students have been selected to participate in the
Student to Student program for 2009-2010. Returning Members: Joanna Kaitlyn Blair, Natalie
Ann Boyd, Erin Fink, Renee Keven, Alexandra Kichayeva, Leigh Martin, Meagan Mcleod, Delaney
Moghanian, Rasa Rafie Amanda Spendlove, Ortal Shaitrit, Daniel Straub, Kyle Thorstenson and
Aryana Vahidi. New Members: Katie Aiello, Cameron Andrew, Aaron Barranco, Jessica Berg,
Lacey Fairchild, Cherise Goode, Veronica Lua, Alanna Martin, Chris Ricario, Danielle Sanchez,
Nancy Sokhis, Shahri Taylor, Jordan Trinh and Devereaux Watson. These Students have been
trained to present smoking awareness programs to all 5th, 7th and 9th grade students in our feeder
schools and other private or district schools who request the program. The 9th Grade PE Classes
saw the program in February. We will continue to do presentations throughout the month of May.
This will be the twelfth year the program has been available.
PEER MEDIATORS: The Peer Mediators for 2009-2010 are: Returning Students: Michael
Barellano, Heaven Haile, Brandon Schuller and Devereaux Watson. New Peer Mediators: Marlee
Compton, Cambria Craig, Bronte Daniels, Eterly Jimeniz, Kelsey Johnson, Robin Kwok, Jesse
Leon, Ortal Shaitrit, Amanda Sobkowiak, Amanda Strohauer, Kyle Thorstenson and Clara
Second semester the Peer Mediators will be available every period of the school day to
assist other students with difficulties they may be having in school, present health programs in the
classroom and serve as mediators to help students resolve conflicts. Health Presentations for
second semester will include: Teen Relationship Violence in April and HIV in May.
BLUE SLIPS – LEAVING CAMPUS EARLY
Please notify the Nurse’s Office at least 24 hours in advance to request a medical blue slip,
we prefer written notice.
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Medical Blue slips must be picked up in the Nurse’s office the day of your appointment;
they will not be delivered to the classroom. If the blue slip is not picked up, please be
prepared to go to the classroom to get your student.
If your student leaves school without a Blue Slip, he/she will be marked truant. Even if the
parent has called, the student still needs to pick it up! Parents cannot excuse their student
after he/she has left campus.
If you are sick, call your parents from the Nurse’s Office; cell phones are not allowed in class
nor are they to be used during instructional time or during passing period.
Requests for Blue Slips will NOT be honored on the following days unless there is a
verifiable medical appointment and that information is presented to the Nurse’s Office for
Any testing days (Finals, AP, STAR Testing, etc.)
Fridays prior to Saturday Dances
Fridays or any day before holidays/vacations
All personal, family emergencies or requests other than medical must have a
parent/guardian come to the office to make the request with the Vice Principal.
TAKING MEDICATION WHILE AT SCHOOL
If you plan on taking a pain reliever i.e. Tylenol, Advil, please bring your own supply. We
will keep it locked up in the Health Office with you name on it. We have a limited amount
on hand for emergencies only. We will continue to notify you if your student should need
Tylenol, Motrin or Ibuprofen at school.
If you need to take a prescription medicine you will need to keep it in the Nurse’s Office.
You cannot keep it in your backpack.
If you will be taking prescription medicine on a daily basis, you will need to pick up a
medication form and have your doctor fill it out. Medication must be in its original
container, no zip-lock bags.
Do not send your child to school if he/she has a fever (measured greater than 100 degrees
with a thermometer) or is too ill to pay attention in class.
Please remember attending school on a daily basis is important for your student’s success. Try to
schedule Dental and Medical appointments after school.
We really appreciate your help in following the guidelines.
HEALTHY FAMILIES AND MED-CAL FOR FAMILIES
Information regarding this program and other medical resources can be picked up
in the Nurse’s Office.
EMERGENCY INFORMATION: Parents be sure your student’s emergency information is
updated. Health problems, which may affect your student’s school performance, should be
discussed with the nurse. Please be sure we have current home, work and emergency numbers.
Thank you for your help.
Susan Efting RN, School Nurse
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PHHS PARTNERS IN EDUCATION
PHHS has formed partnerships with 15 San Diego County companies/organizations. Our
partners provide wonderful opportunities for our students. The PHHS Partners in Education are:
San Diego Mesa College, East County YMCA, Kiwanis Club of Grantville-Allied Gardens, US
Navy, US Army, Mission Valley Rotary Club, Rick Engineering, Mission Times Courier, Chase
Bank – Lake Murray Branch, San Diego Film Commission, The San Carlos Library, Murray
Lampert Construction, San Diego State University Department of Geography/GeoTech,
Woodstock Pizza and Kyocera International. Businesses interested in becoming a Henry High
School Partner in Education – please contact Ms. Yvonne Walden, Employer Outreach
Specialist, Patrick Henry High School, (619) 286-7700 ext. 2233 or email@example.com.
PHHS partners have been very active with the school! The Kiwanis of Granville-Allied
Gardens hosts a PHHS student of the month every month! This is a wonderful opportunity for
PHHS students to receive official recognition for their hard work!
Rick Engineering, one of PHHS longest-standing partners, is very active once again this year
and can be seen all over campus! Rick Engineering has a staff member acting as a mentor for
the PHHS ACE (Architecture, Construction and Engineering) Mentoring program as well. ACE
meets after school here at Henry – 28 students are involved and 10 mentors from local
engineering, architecture and construction firms. Rick Engineering also continues to be a very
active participant on the PHHS Engineering Academy Advisory Board.
San Diego Mesa College and Rick Engineering were key participants in the 5th annual PHHS
Engineering, Math and Science Career Exploration Fair. Mesa College Engineering
department has participated in the Career Exploration Fair every year since we started the
PHHS is pleased to announce that we have entered a new partnership with Woodstock’s Pizza!
Woodstock’s Pizza opened its first California restaurant in 1985 near SDSU. They now have a
location in Pacific Beach and 3 other southern California locations. They were voted Best Pizza
in San Diego in 2004 (AOL City Guide). We are very happy about this partnership!
Woodstock’s Pizza got right on board and catered our Healthcare Pathways dinner in March!
We are building a “partnership wall” in the main office where you will be able to view
information about each partner and see the partnership plaques.
On May 5, we will celebrate our wonderful partners’ contributions to education at the annual
SDCS Community Relations event at SeaWorld.
We greatly value the wonderful contributions our partners have made! Businesses interested in
becoming a Henry High School Partner in Education – please contact Ms. Yvonne Walden,
Employer Outreach Specialist, Patrick Henry High School, (619) 286-7700 ext. 2233 or
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School-to-Career * School-to-Career * School-to-Career * School-to-Career
PATRICK HENRY HIGH EMPLOYER OUTREACH
PHHS students: Come visit our Employer Outreach Specialist, Mrs. Walden in Room #11 of the
Main Office. Her hours are 7:30 am – 3:45 pm. Looking for a part-time job, internship, job shadow,
ROP course, community service and/or volunteer opportunity, or help with career exploration or
resume? See Mrs. Walden or go to the PHHS website and click on “Departments” and then
“Employer Outreach Specialist”.
PHHS Career Exploration Fairs:
We had a Career Exploration and Resource Fair for Seniors in the PHHS Gymnasium on 4/28/10!
Over 50 exhibitors participated. Exhibitors were representatives from various companies who
were currently hiring and other resources including the Registrar of Voters, Money Management
International, the “When You Become 18” presentation by DLA Piper, as well as in-college programs
that assist students while they are students in college. Private, vocational schools were represented
as were several apprenticeship programs. We greatly appreciate the volunteer exhibitors who took
the time out to help inspire our students! All seniors attended.
Many students have been on job shadows already this year! A job shadow allows a student to see
what a career professional does on a day-to-day basis by shadowing for 2-6 hours while that
professional is performing his/her job duties. In that way, the student can get more of an
understanding of a career. Contact Mrs. Walden if you would like more information. We have had
several health-care related job shadows for students this year.
We have a number of PHHS students working in paid or unpaid internships in the areas of graphic
arts, engineering, GIS, culinary arts, and healthcare. Applications for summer internship programs
have pretty much closed with the exception of the Reuben H. Fleet internships. I am working with
a limited number of students to try to set up unpaid internships for the summer.
Career guest speakers in Healthcare Pathways, Teaching Academy,
Engineering Academy: now through June, 2010
PHHS Healthcare Pathways students tour UCSD Medical Center, 5/21/10
PHHS Healthcare Pathways students – Hip replacement surgery viewing – 5/14/10.
PHHS Healthcare Pathways students – Vascular surgery viewing - TBA
Community service is a requirement at PHHS. Need ideas on where to volunteer?
Visit the Volunteer San Diego website at: www.volunteersandiego.org
School-to-Career * School-to-Career * School-to-Career * School-to-Career
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The following seniors have earned Sealbearer status from the California Scholarship Federation.
To be Sealbearers, students must have earned membership in CSF for at least four semesters
since their sophomore year, including first semester in senior year. Membership requires that
students meet CSF’s strong academic standards (points are awarded only for A’s and B’s; D’s
and F’s disqualify a candidate) and perform community service. We are proud of our CSF
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MARK YOUR CALENDAR AND MAKE YOUR
SUMMER PLANS AROUND THESE
IMPORTANT REGISTRATION DATES!!
DAY DATE TIME EVENT
Tuesday August 24 8:00-11:00A; 1-2:30P New Student Enrollment
Wednesday August 25 8:00-11:00A Freshman Registration – A-L
Thursday August 26 8:00-11:00A Freshman Registration – M-Z
Thursday August 26 1:00-2:30P New Student Enrollment
Friday August 27 8:00-11:00A Sophomore Registration
Monday August 27 8:00-11:00A Junior Registration
Monday August 30 8:00-11:00A LINK CREW/Patriot Camp
Tuesday August 31 8:00-11:00A Senior Registration
Tuesday August 31 1:00-2:30P New Student Enrollment
Wednesday September 1 1:00-2:30P New Student Enrollment
All students should plan to attend Registration on their designated dates above. Registration
is grade-level specific so students will not be able to switch to a different day. A packet of
information and forms will be mailed to your homes early in July. Newly enrolled students
should also attend Registration but may bypass the first three stations. Registration
involves submitting required district forms, verifying your residency, receiving your school
ID card, making desired purchases like an ASB sticker, a discounted ticket to the Welcome
Back Dance in September, yearbook, and PE clothes, receiving your draft class schedule for
the new school year and your textbooks. Also, this is the ideal time for returning students
to clear up any school debts to start the year off right! Patriot Camp is a fun and
informative orientation for all new students to Patrick Henry which includes a tour to
acquaint you with the campus so your first day of school is easier for you.
The purchase of an ASB Sticker, which is mandatory for all athletes who wish to
obtain a letter, provides discounts for student activities throughout the year. This
includes dances, selected sporting events, the purchase of a yearbook and entitles
the student to a free PHHS Student Planner. Student Planners, which are optional,
will be sold for $2 otherwise.
We welcome parent volunteers to help us at the above events. In fact, 25 parents are
needed each registration day. We provide snack bags for our volunteers and instructions @
each station. Also, students of parent volunteers may start their registration process @
7:45 am before the rest of their class begins as a token of our appreciation for your help.
That's right - no standing in long lines! So please, if you are available to help any or all of
these days, contact our parent volunteer coordinator, Mary Vencill at
firstname.lastname@example.org who will be able to work out a registration/volunteer schedule
Questions about Registration? Contact Tracy Williams, Supervising Administrative Assistant
@ email@example.com. Students who do not attend Registration in August will meet in
the amphitheater the first day of school to register before going to their first period class.
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PATRICK HENRY TAKES HOME 3RD PLACE HONORS
AT DISTRICT COMPETITION
Jordan Robertson – PAO
Patrick Henry’s award winning NJROTC Patriot Battalion hosted this year’s San Diego Unified
School District JROTC Youth Physical Fitness Competition. Fondly known as the Cadet
Challenge, JROTC Units from twelve high schools within the District met to compete in the
Patrick Henry High School Naval JROTC’s Youth Physical Fitness Competition, or as it is more
fondly known: The schools in attendance included Lincoln, Crawford, San Diego, Serra, Hoover,
and Point Loma High Schools.
The competition tested cadets on their athleticism according to the standards of the Presidential
Fitness Exam. Each school fielded both a boys and girls team. All participants completed a series
of events that included: sit-ups, push-ups, shuttle runs, and the basketball throw. In order to
determine a winner the individual results of each cadet combined, thus producing individual
team and school scores.
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Henry boy’s team, included Seniors Anthony Lacey, Jacob Halladay, and Troy Leak, Junior
Niko Rounds and Sophomore Michael Gould-Moberg. In the boy’s push-up event, the Patriots
placed third, racking up an amazing 307 team push-ups, while Morse High School took first with
357 push-ups. Sophomore Michael Gould-Moberg led the team with 69 push-ups and had this to
say: “"I really enjoyed how they (the events) were run; it really gave a better feeling of
accomplishment to me and the other competitors." The shining moment for the Patriot boy’s
was the 2000 meter relay run, their superb effort, manifested in a team relay time of 5.16,
securing them a first place in the event an as a result greatly contributed to their overall third
The women’s team, made up by Junior Yesenia Hernandez and Sophomores Marisol
Villanueva, Kimberly Zaldivar, Adria Jones, and Michelle Aguilar. They too had an impressive
showing matching the boys in their overall 3rd Place finish.. Marisol Villanueva contributed a
team leading 52 push-ups to the team’s total 165. The Patriot girls finished third in sit-ups with a
team total of 351, outperforming their male counterparts. Kimberly Zaldivar led the team with 83
sit-ups. Michelle Aguilar’s stellar throw of 15 yard 23 inches allowed the Patriots to come away
second in the basketball throw event. In another shining moment, the Patriot girls took second
place in their 2000 meter relay race with a time of 6.41.
With each team taking a third place trophies the Patriot Battalion was also able to capture the
third place overall trophy for the entire competition. This success propels Patrick Henry within
reaching distance of a Stillwell competition victory. Awarded at the Brigade’s Annual Pass and
Review. The Stillwell Trophy acknowledges the successful culmination of the entire year’s
competitions. Placing for the award is determined by a series of drill meets held and competed in
throughout the year by the thirteen JROTC’s that make up the local Brigade. Patrick Henry’s has
been moving up in the ranks and their third place Cadet Challenge finish leaves them currently in
fourth place and within striking distance of the award. The final results are to be decided on May
1st when the Patriot Battalion participates in the final Drill Meet competition. Regardless of the
results Patrick Henry Commanding Officer and Cadet Challenge team member, Troy Leak, is
still proud of his cadets: “I'm proud of the team and the individual effort they put forth. In the
future, I know their efforts will pay off, as they take the competition to the national level. While I
myself may be graduating, I have faith that the Patriots will go far with the momentum we've
built this year.”
MSgt Bricke, Patrick Henry noted after the event that this was “a great showcase for the
students, it gives them an opportunity to see that the demanding PE activities they participate in
during the school week do pay off…I am so proud of them for taking home both individual and
team honors and representing their school so well.”
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The Color Guard Team has ended their Winterguard Season with a great finish! After their 6 regular
season competitions, they ended up with five 1st Place wins and one 2nd Place win. At their
Championship performance last Saturday night, the team won 2nd Place in their division out of 15 color
guards and each team member received a Silver Medal for their accomplishment. Of the 92 high school
color guards that competed in their Regional A Class across Southern California, our Patrick Henry High
School Color Guard had the 4th highest score out of the 92 color guards. The hard work of the 15 girls
and 2 boys on the team over the last 5 months has truly paid off! We are very proud of them! Look them
up on youtube to see all of their performances this season.
Director of Instrumental Music
BEANIE/HAT DRIVE: Patrick Henry ASB is collecting NEW hats and beanies for cancer patients at
San Diego’s Children’s Hospital. Collections Begin MAY 1st in Patrick Henry’s Front Office and will
continue until the end of the month!!!
PHHS ASB is asking that all donations are submitted with attached contact information of the donors, so
they can participate in a raffle at the end of May!
PROM: The dance will be held at the Westin Hotel in Horton Plaza on June 5th from 7:30-11:30. Ticket
Sales begin on May 12th, price to be determined
SENIOR END OF THE YEAR ACTIVITIES:
Graduation Rehearsal: June 17th 11:45-3:45
Graduation: June 18th The ceremony begins at 5 p.m.
*****Seniors arrive at the amphitheater at 3pm!!!!
Senior picnic: June 21st Seniors will enjoy an end of the year picnic and will pick up their hard earned
diplomas!!! South Crown Point from 11:45- 3:45
Congratulations to all the Patrick Henry singers! Our Bel Canto Ensemble went to the Chicago Heritage
Festival in March and received a silver "excellent" rating and the Chamber Singers received a silver and a
second place! The Women's Ensemble, our after school club, went to Music in the Parks recently and also
received a silver "excellent".
We are very proud of this year's students and their accomplishments. If you would like to hear these
students in a wide range of music, plan on attending our annual Spring Concert and Broadway Night on
Wednesday June 9th at 6:30pm in the cafetorium. I promise you a fun evening!
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The Finance Office can not accept any checks for the rest of the school year. Any money turned in,
including club/athletic sales, candy fundraisers, yearbook sales, prom bids, senior picnic, book fines, and
any money collected from students or parents for any reason, must be cash only or money order.
Community of Change Clothing Bin
You may have noticed the new big blue donation bin at the bottom of the school driveway
entrance ramp. Community of Change is an organization doing its part to help increase the
amount of textiles Americans recycle each year. The items donated in their drop boxes can be
given a second chance and used by less fortunate families here and around the world. The drop
off bin is emptied of any clothes and shoes every night. If you have any clothing items or shoes
that you would like to donate, please bring them to the blue bin.
Reserve Your Spot Now at “Louie’s Leopard Lounge” in celebration of Lewis Middle School’s
50th Anniversary! This year’s event will be Saturday, May 22 from 6:30 to 11 p.m. in the St.
Therese Reception Hall.
Alumni and current Lewis families will enjoy delicious appetizers, desserts and beverages
provided by some of our local community’s favorite restaurants such as San Diego Desserts, The
Trails, Fiji Yogurt, San Diego Brewing Co., Pho Express, Rubio’s and KnB Wine Cellars. Then
dance all night to the sounds of our band Bottomline.
Silent Auction highlights include Chargers and Padres packages, sports lessons, restaurant
certificates, a golf package at Grand Del Mar, a sailing cruise, Silpada jewelry, spa, salon and
medical services and much more. There will be a unique package for every budget with all
proceeds going to fund field trips, assemblies and classroom technology at Lewis Middle School!
A $35 cover charge gets you in the door and the fun begins there! Don’t miss out – contact event
co-chair Lisa Berlanga (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information or to reserve your spot. You may
also visit the “Annual Event” page of the Lewis Foundation section of the Lewis website:
PATRICK HENRY HIGH SCHOOL PROVIDES A FREE PUBLIC EDUCATION FOR ALL
STUDENTS. THERE ARE NO MANDATORY FEES FOR ANY CURRICULAR OR EXTRA-CURRICULAR
ACTIVITIES IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 5 OF ARTICLE IX OF THE STATE OF
SAN DIEGO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT Current School:__________
Date Received: Teacher Preparation and Student Support Division Summer School:__________
APPLICATION FOR ENROLLMENT Student ID:______________
2010 Summer School Counselor:_______________
Summer School is offered to those students who need to make up credits in core subjects.
Summer School begins Mon. June 28 and ends Friday, August 6, 2010.
Summer School will be one (6) week session. There will be (2) periods during the (6) week session. Bus
transportation will NOT be provided. Students may choose to attend their current school or their school of
Student’s Name__________________________________ Male/Female Birthdate
(Last) (First) (Middle) (circle one)
Address________________________________________ 09/10 Grade Level Class of
Primary Parent/Guardian Name____________________________ E-mail address
Home Phone ___________________ Cell Phone ___________________ Work Phone
Emergency Contact _____________Home Phone ___________ Cell Phone _______Wk Phone
ON-SITE: Check classes needed
_____ 1540 English 1 _____ 1541 English 2 _____ 4033 Algebra Exp. 2
_____ 1570 English 3 _____ 1571 English 4 _____ 4152 Intermediate Algebra 2
_____ 1583 Am Lit 1 _____ 1584 Am Lit 2 _____ 4142 Geometry 2
_____ 1612 Cont.. Voc 1 _____ 1613 Cont. Voc 2 _____ 4122 Unifying Algebra/Geometry 2
_____ Other _____ Other
SOCIAL STUDIES SCIENCE
_____ 6605 World Hist. 1 _____ 6606 World Hist. 2 6111 Biology 1 ___ 6112 Biology 2
_____ 6701 US History 1 _____ 6702 US Hist. 2 6211 Chemistry 1 ___ 6212 Chemistry 2
_____ 6757 Govt. _____ 6758 Economics 6311 Physics 1 ___ 6312 Physics 2
6023 Earth Science 1 ___ 6024 Earth Sci 2
_____ Other ____ Other
On-LINE CREDIT RECOVERY: Check classes failed (requesting to make-up)
(Certain restrictions apply. Online courses currently approved for SDUSD graduation requirements, San Diego State University and
University of California admission requirements. It is the student’s responsibility to verify that online courses meet admission
requirements for other public and private universities.)
_____ 1540 English 1 _____ 1541 English 2 _____ 4042 Algebra 2
_____ 1570 English 3 _____ 1571 English 4 _____ 4033 Algebra Exp. 2
_____ 1583 Am Lit 1 _____ 1584 Am Lit 2 _____ 4152 Intermediate Algebra 2
_____ 1612 Cont. Voc 1 _____ 1613 Cont. Voc 2 _____ 4142 Geometry 2
_____ Other _____ 4122 Unifying Algebra/Geometry 2
SOCIAL STUDIES NO ON-LINE SCIENCE CLASSES OFFERED
_____ 6605 World Hist. 1 ___ 6606 World Hist. 2
_____ 6701 US Hist. 1 ___ 6702 US Hist. 2
_____ 6757 Govt_____ ____ 6758 Economics
For further information, contact your High School counseling office.
Student Signature Date Parent Signature Date
Current Transcript and Schedule Must be Attached
DISTRITO ESCOLAR UNIFICADO DE SAN DIEG Escuela Actual:__________
Fecha Recibida: División de Preparación de Maestros y Apoyo para Alum Escuela de Verano:__________
Solicitud de Inscripción Identificación:______________
Escuela de Verano 2010 Consejero:_______________
La escuela de verano es para los alumnos que tienen que recuperar créditos en los cursos básicos.
La escuela de verano iniciará el lunes 28 de junio y concluirá el viernes 6 de agusto de 2010.
La escuela de verano estará compuesta de una sesión de (6) semanas. Habrá (2) periodos durante la sesión de (6)
semanas. No habrá servicio de transporte. Los alumnos pueden asistir a su escuela actual o su escuela local.
Nombre del Alumno______________________________ Masculino/Femenino Fecha de Nacimiento
(Apellido) (Nombre) (Segundo nombre) (Seleccione una opción)
Domicilio________________________________________ 09/10 Grado Escolar Año de Graduación
Nombre del Padre/Tutor____________________________ Correo Electrónico
Tel. Hogar ___________________ Tel. Celular ___________________ Tel. Trabajo
Contacto en Caso de Emergencia _____________Tel. Hogar ___________ Tel. Celular _______ Tel. Trabajo
ON-SITE: Indicar las Clases
_____ 1540 Inglés 1 _____ 1541 Inglés 2 _____ 4033 Álgebra Exp. 2
_____ 1570 Inglés 3 _____ 1571 Inglés 4 _____ 4152 Álgebra Intermedia 2
_____ 1583 Lit. EEUU 1 _____ 1584 Lit EEUU 2 _____ 4142 Geometría 2
_____ 1612 Voc. Cont. 1 _____ 1613 Voc. Cont. 2 _____ 4122 Álgebra Unificada /Geometría 2
_____ Otra _____ Otra
CIENCIAS SOCIALES CIENCIA
_____ 6605 Hist. Universal. 1 _____ 6606 Hist. Universal 2 6111 Biología 1 ___ 6112 Biología 2
_____ 6701 Hist. EEUU 1 _____ 6702 Hist. EEUU 2 6211 Química ___ 6212 Química 2
_____ 6757 Gobierno _____ 6758 Economía 6311 Física 1 ___ 6312 Física 2
6023 Ciencia Natural 1 ___ 6024 Ciencia Natural 2
_____ Otra ____ Otra
RECUPERACIÓN DE CREDITOS EN LINEA: Clases reprobadas (para recuperar créditos)
(Existen ciertas restricciones. Cursos en línea actualmente aprobados para cumplir con los requisitos de graduación de SDUSD,
requisitos de admisión a la Universidad de San Diego State y Universidad de California. Es responsabilidad del alumno verificar que
los cursos en línea cumplan con los requisitos de admisión para las universidades públicas y privadas.)
_____ 1540 Inglés 1 _____ 1541 Inglés 2 _____ 4042 Álgebra 2
_____ 1570 Inglés 3 _____ 1571 Inglés 4 _____ 4033 Álgebra Exp. 2
_____ 1583 Lit. EEUU 1 _____ 1584 Lit. EEUU 2 _____ 4152 Álgebra Intermedia 2
_____ 1612 Voc. Cont. 1 _____ 1613 Voc. Cont. 2 _____ 4142 Geometría 2
_____ Otra _____ 4122 Álgebra Unificada/Geometría 2
SOCIAL STUDIES NO HAY CLASES DE CIENCIA EN LINEA
_____ 6605 Hist. Universal 1 ___ 6606 Hist. Universal 2
_____ 6701 Hist. EEUU 1 ___ 6702 Hist. EEUU 2
_____ 6757 Gobierno_____ ____ 6758 Economía
Para más información, comuníquese con la oficina de orientación de su preparatoria.
Firma del Alumno Fecha Firma del Padre Fecha
Adjuntar el más reciente expediente y horario de clases