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									                THE DAILY BULLETIN
                        CANYON HIGH SCHOOL
                                      MONDAY, MAY 4, 2009
                                              PD/5/28/09


       THERE WILL BE NO PA ANNOUNCEMENTS DUE TO AP TESTING

                                               GENERAL

ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS & FACULTY: The library will be closed ALL day Tuesday, May 4 due to
AP Testing. We will be closed through lunch (including lunch) on Wednesday, May 5 due to AP Testing.
Teachers, please do not send students to the library at those times. Thank you.

BAJA FRESH FUNDRAISER: Spanish Honor Society is having a fundraiser at Baja Fresh on Cinco de
Mayo. Please come and support the Spanish Honor Society. Muchas Gracias.

ATTENTION ALL GIRLS SOCCER TEAMS: See Mrs. Haro in the AP Office to pick up your Soccer
certificates.

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL: There is a meeting in room B-4 on Wednesday, May 6th at lunch for anyone
interested in playing on the JV and Varsity girls’ volleyball team next year.

CHOIR FUNDRAISER: Come to Jersey Mike’s, in the Canyon Country Library shopping center, May 6
from 5 to 8 p.m., to help support our Choir.

ATTENTION CLASS OF 2010- yes that’s you juniors! Are you interested in a personalized parking
spot for your senior year? If you are come by the ASB office and pick up your application outside the
office. There are some simple requirements this year so pick up your application early! Only 75 spots
will be personalized and its first come first serve. Start your senior year off right!

AP TESTING: Students are expected to attend classes when not taking an AP test. If you are absent from
class during the morning or afternoon surrounding your AP test, the absence will not be excused. If you arrive
late, you will not be permitted to take the exam. Make sure you arrive on time!
WHAT TO BRING: 2 sharpened #2 pencils, Pens with blue or black ink, Social Security number (optional),
Calculator-AP calculus AB/BC, AP physics B/C (ruler), Statistics
WHAT NOT TO BRING: Cell phones/smartphones/bluetooth devices, PDAs, MP3 players, Books, compasses,
mechanical pencils, correction fluid, dictionaries, highlighters, notes, colored pencils, Scratch paper, Watches
that beep or have an alarm Portable listening or recording devices, Computers, Clothing with subject related
information. Food or drink (water bottles with no labels will be permitted).

HAVE YOU SEEN CANYON’S AMAZING COLOR GUARD? Well, it's time for auditions for next year.
Auditions will be from May 11th to May 15th from 3:30-5 and May 19th from 3:30-6 in the band room. Come
see Mrs. Palmer in Q-6 (Band Room) if you have any questions. No experience necessary. We hope to see you
there!
CADRE Alert – Upcoming Parent Event for May 7, 2009. Comprehensive Alcohol and Drug Reduction and
Education Program. Drug Awareness Presentation for Parents and Students--Saugus High School--
Building S Lecture Hall--7: 30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. The CADRE Program is proud to offer a free drug
awareness education presentation. The program will be presented by Lt. Tom Larentz, a respected and
well-known narcotics officer with the Glendale Police Department. Please rsvp to my e-mail
dadams@aol.com) or call my office at (661) 259-0033 x316 and leave a message that you will be
attending.
                                              MEETINGS
127 BIBLE CLUB meets today at lunch in the Choir Room.

THE YOUNG REPUBLICANS, Canyon High School's only politically sensitive organization, will meet this
coming Thursday at lunch in room A-6. On the schedule for Thursday is a formal debate dealing with the
2nd Amendment. The Young Republicans welcome open and honest debate of all of the issues, in an
intelligent fashion, so everyone is welcome, regardless of political bias or misjudgment.

                                                 SENIORS
ALAN SCHAEFFER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP: This memorial scholarship honors a wonderful and
dedicated math teacher who taught at Canyon for many years. Seniors who intend to become a teacher,
attend college in the fall, and have a 3.0 GPA or higher are encouraged to get an application for this
$250 scholarship from the counseling office. Deadline is May 12, 2009.

SENIORS: COC Bonelli Scholarship: If you plan to attend COC full time (12 units) in the fall, you could
win a $200 scholarship! Come to the counseling office TODAY and pick up an application. The
application will be judged on your participation in school, outside activities, and your response to a few
questions about your future goals. A CANYON SENIOR WILL WIN! Deadline May 6, 2009.

ANY SENIOR wishing to audition for Senior Speaker for Graduation should sign up in Assistant
Principals Office and pick up a speech/audition information sheet. Please do this as soon as
possible. Auditions sign-ups will end on May 15. Auditions are on the morning of May 20.
Sign up early to get the audition time of your choice!! If you have any questions, please see
Mr. Getz in the AP office. Thank you.

SENIOR STARS: If you have been accepted to a 4-year college or university and plan on attending
that school in the fall, please see Mrs. Hettema in the counseling office. We will make a star in your
honor and place it on the Senior Stars bulletin board. Also, if you have received notice of any
scholarships or awards, please let Mrs. Hettema know. So far, the girls are outnumbering the guys
almost 2-to-1 with stars.

CANYON THEATER GUILD: This local theater organization is offering a $500 scholarship to a
graduating senior. Please visit the counseling office for an application and more information.
Applications are due to the Canyon Theatre Guild box office by May 10th.

TIM AND DANNY RENOLDS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP: The Renolds Family is proud to award a
$500 scholarship to a senior male athlete with a GPA BETWEEN 2.5-3.0 who is planning to attend a 2 or
4-year college. Applications available in the counseling office. Deadline is May 8, 2009.
SENIORS: The Bill Tainter Scholarship Program is a program that offers high school students with
disabilities a financial opportunity to become more independent and self-sufficient through higher
education. This year the program will offer five grants in the amount of $1,000 each to seniors who
meet the following criteria: Students with a diagnosed learning or physical disability graduating /
transitioning from high school to a 2 or 4 year college or trade school; must have at least a 2.0 GPA.
Application are available at www.laccod.org Deadline is May 15.

								
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