NORMAN BULLETIN Wednesday, April 22, 2009 "Courage is not the absence of despair; it is, rather, the capacity to move ahead in spite of despair." -Rollo May SCHEDULE FOR THE WEEK Wednesday Block Schedule Thursday Block Schedule Friday Regular Schedule Monday Regular Schedule Tuesday CST Testing Schedule **Just Added…..** CST Testing April 28th – May 1st th th For all 9 – 11 Graders – Students will be testing in their 3rd period class. (please see testing schedule below) ALL STUDENTS MATH ANALYSIS COMPUTATIONAL HONORS (MACH) - new honors analysis course for next year. There will be a meeting for interested students in Rm. S216 TODAY @ Lunch. The Vahagn Setian Charitable Foundation Fashion Show is here! If you missed it last time, you must come for special guests, high fashion, one-of-a-kind auction items and a very worthy cause. Tickets for the May 3rd show now on sale on the front lawn. Students $15, adults $20. Prices go up at the door. Juniors: TODAY at 1 PM in Room 300. University of Michigan will be here to meet with juniors who are interested in applying next year to give them information about how/when to apply and answer questions about our process. All students interested in enrolling in Summer School to make- up ―D‖ and ―F‖ grades or to take EL Courses, please see your counselors to sign up for the FREE BHHS Summer School. Sign-ups are starting now; see your counselor as soon as possible. Do you have cool photos of Coachella or the Britney Spears and Bruce Springsteen concerts? Send them to Beverlyhighlights@gmail.com and they may be featured in Highlights’ special coverage of the April concerts. You may even see them on the front cover!!! Calling all Artist and Photographers! The Literary Magazine is looking for illustrations and pictures to accompany pieces in the magazine. Please drop off any artwork or photograph cd’s to Mr. Hiatt’s Room (Rm. 386) by the end of next week! Thank you! Freshman Class Event (4/24): Help support your Freshman class by coming out to the Front Lawn this Friday @ Lunch to get 2012 class apparel, and Coffee Bean Ice Blend. 2012 Apparel $15/Ice Blends $4 SENIORS Graduation Speech sign-ups are May11th - May15th. If you are interested in being a speaker at Graduation, please pick up infomation and signup in House C. Senior BBQ TOMORROW @ Lunch! Food! Music! Car Show! To sign up for the car show, contact any Senior ASB member. Good Times! Cheap Food! Also, look for limited senior tank tops coming out soon! ATHLETICS *Please check the BHHS website for the list of sport events for this week.* CLUBS & ACTIVITIES Join the MMA Club! We are a fun and ever expanding club that teaches you how to defend yourself from the different martial arts around the world. Meetings are on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays @ 3:30 pm in the Wrestling Room. ALL STUDENTS 20th Annual Chicano/Latino Youth Conference Saturday, April 25th from 8 am – 3 pm @ UC Riverside RSVP by Friday April 17th, 2009 Come to House B for Registration Form Children’s Hospital Los Angeles is looking for current high school students who are interested in a career in healthcare and motivated to learn more, to participate in their Camp CHLA August 3 – August 7th. To get an application and Letter of Recommendation Form, please visit www.chla.org. Penn State – Information Programs Tuesday, May 19, 2009 from 7pm – 9pm Courtyard LAX 6161 W. Century Blvd. Los Angeles, Ca Registration: admissions.psu.edu/pennstate/visitsyou/infoprograms/ ―Save the Date—June 10th is the College Connections Fair! 7-9pm. Details to follow.‖ Help create a real Cinderella story! Donate gently used fancy dresses, accessories and shoes to "A Place Called Home," where girls in need are provided outfits for proms and graduations. Find Interact Club donation boxes in Attendance, House C and room 118 until Friday, April 24. Students who will be juniors or seniors next year and are interested in auditioning for Theatre Arts Workshop, please pick up audition information in room 181. Auditions will be Tuesday, June 9th. TEENLINE sign up applications are due May 6th. To qualify you must be in 9th/10th/11th grade. Community Service credit is included. Applications and more information is available @ www.teenlineonline.org AP US HISTORY applications for 2009-2010 school year are available. Sophomores stop by Rooms 284 or 202 for an application, or speak to your History Teacher. th Registration for the Marymount Summer Enrichment Program will begin on April 29 . All parents and students should visit the following website for more information: http://www.marymountpv.edu/friends/sumprog.html#BevHills or www.marymountpv.edu Click on Youth Programs Click on Beverly Hills Unified School District SENIORS Jon Cherney Humanitarian Scholarship Award: $2500 will be awarded to one senior who exemplifies qualities of humanitarianism and making a positive difference in the lives of others. Applications are available in each of the Houses and from senior English teachers. Due date: Thursday, April 30th by 3:00 p.m. (Deliver completed applications to Mrs. Chamberlain in House A). Beverly Hills High School Scholarships: All seniors are encouraged to apply. Financial need is a consideration for some of these awards. Applications are available in House C. All submissions must be placed in Mrs. Hale’s box in House C no later than Friday, May 1, 2009. Additional April scholarship opportunities are available in House C. Have a cool idea for the Senior Wall? Email Calvin Berman at email@example.com with your name and contact information. Prom Express Applications and Cap & Gown Order Forms have been distributed to all English classes. If you have any questions, contact Dr. Tedford in House C. Please bring these completed forms to the Student Store when you are purchasing these items. If you are planning to bring an underclassman or NON BHHS student as your guest, you MUST pick up a Guest Application from House C. Guest applications are due in House C by April 24th. Seniors: The deadline to submit the Beverly Hills Alumni Association Scholarship application materials is Friday, April 24th by 3:00 p.m. Please turn in to Mrs. Hale in House C. New Scholarship Opportunity for seniors: Will to Win Scholarship for high school seniors with asthma who are planning to attend a four-year college. $5,000 scholarships will be awarded to two seniors. See Mrs. Hale in House C for details. Application deadline is April 30th. Applicants must have a 3.5+ GPA. Seniors- Prom Tickets will go on sale starting 4/27 @ Lunch in the Student Store. To avoid long lines, be sure to purchase tickets before Fri., 5/8 deadline. Have your Prom Express Payment Form completed. Reminder: you may also pay for Cap & Gown at the same time. [Please be sure you bring your completed GRADUATION CONTRACT with you at the time of there purchases.] CLUBS & ACTIVITIES PHILOSOPHY CLUB will meet Fri. 4/24 @ Lunch in Rm. S216. ATHLETICS BEVERLY HILLS HIGH SCHOOL WRESTLING TEAM END OF THE YEAR BANQUET WILL BE FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 2009 FROM 6-9 P.M. AT CAFE ROBERTO, 11800 JEFFERSON BLVD., CULVER CITY, CA FAMILIES AND FRIENDS -- PLEASE COME TO SUPPORT YOUR TEAM AND COACHES COACH MEAD AND COACH MARTY WILL HAVE SOME SPECIAL THINGS TO SHARE WITH US ALL! LOST & FOUND LOST: IPOD Nano (the older ones), its greenish blue w/ a clear case and black earphones. If found please return to the Attendance Office. CST TESTING SCEDULE Monday, April 27 Regular Schedule Tuesday, April 28 - 9th,10th &11th grade testing starts at 8:30am YOU CANNOT BE LATE! - 12th grade starts at 12:47pm BELL SCHEDULE NOTE: Materials available for pick up (planetarium) 7:45 – 8:15 (30) - Breakfast is being served from Breakfast 8:00 – 8:25 (25) 8:00am-8:25am. 9th, 10th and Prep of materials 8:30 – 8:40 (10) 11th grade students are ELA Session 1 8:40 – 10:05 (85) encouraged to come for breakfast In classroom Break 10:05 – 10:10 (5) but are required to be in their ELA Session 2 10:10 – 11:35 (85) testing rooms by 8:30am. EAP Part II (juniors only; all others must remain in class) 11:35 – 11:50 (15) Return test materials 11:50 – 12:00 (10) - 12th grade students begin school Lunch 12:00 – 12:40 (40) at 12:47pm. Period 3 12:47 – 1:47 (60) Period 2 1:54 – 2:54 (60) Wednesday, April 29 - 9th,10th &11th grade testing starts at 8:30am YOU CANNOT BE LATE! - 12th grade starts at 12:52pm BELL SCHEDULE NOTE: Materials available for pick up (planetarium) 7:45 – 8:15 (30) - Breakfast is being served from Breakfast 8:00 – 8:25 (25) 8:00am-8:25am. 9th, 10th and Prep of materials 8:30 – 8:35 (5) 11th grade students are Math Session 1 8:35 – 10:05 (90) encouraged to come for breakfast In classroom Break 10:05 – 10:10 (5) but are required to be in their Math Session 2 10:10 –11:40 (90) testing rooms by 8:30am. EAP Math(juniors only; all others must remain in class) 11:40 – 11:55 (15) Return test materials 11:55 –12:05 (10) - 12th grade students begin school Lunch 12:05 – 12:45 (40) at 12:52pm. Period 4 12:52 – 1:52 (60) Period 1 1:59 –2:59 (60) Thursday, April 30 - 10th graders MUST report for testing at 8:30am! YOU CANNOT BE LATE! - 9th & 11th graders with a science class start testing at 10:50am. Being late is NOT an option! - 9th & 11th graders without a science course will start school at 12:47 - 12th grade starts at 12:47pm BELL SCHEDULE NOTE: - Breakfast is being served from Materials available for pick up(planetarium) 7:45 – 8:15 (30) 8:00am-8:25am. 10th grade Breakfast 8:00 – 8:25 (25) students are encouraged to come Prep of materials 8:30 – 8:35 (5) for breakfast but are required to Life Science Part 1 (10th grade only) 8:35 – 9:35 (60) be in their testing rooms by In classroom Break 9:35 – 9:40 (5) 8:30am. Life Science Part 2 (10th grade only) 9:40 –10:40 (60) - 9th and 11th grade students with a Nutrition (grade 9 & 11 grade arrive) 10:40 – 10:50 (10) science class will begin testing at Science Session 1 10:50 –11:50 (60) 10:50am. Return test materials 11:50 – 12:00 (10) - 9th and 11th graders without a Lunch 12:00 – 12:40 (40) science course will start school at Period 5 12:47 – 1:47 (60) 12:47pm. Period 7 1:54 – 2:54 (60) - 12th grade students begin school at 12:47pm. Friday, May 1 - 11th graders MUST report for testing at 8:30am! - 9th & 10th graders with a history class start testing at 8:30am YOU CANNOT BE LATE! - 9th & 10th graders without a history class (with a science class) will report for testing at 10:50am - 9th & 10th graders without a science class will start school at 12:47 - 12th grade starts at 12:47 BELL SCHEDULE NOTE: Materials available for pick up (planetarium) 7:45 – 8:15 (30) - Breakfast is being served from Breakfast 8:00 – 8:25 (25) 8:00am-8:25am. 9th, 10th and 11th Prep of materials 8:30 – 8:35 (5) grade students who have a Social Science Part 1 8:35 – 9:35 (60) scheduled history test are In classroom Break 9:35 – 9:40 (5) encouraged to come for breakfast Social Science Part 2 9:40 –10:40 (60) but are required to be in their Nutrition 10:40 – 10:50 (10) testing rooms by 8:30am. Science Session 2 10:50 –11:50 (60) - 9th and 10th grade students Return test materials 11:50 – 12:00 (10) without a history class who have Lunch 12:00 – 12:40 (40) a science class will begin testing at Period 6 12:47 – 1:47 (60) 10:50am. Period 8 1:54 – 2:54 (60) - 9th and 10th graders without a scheduled science or history course will start school at 12:47. - 12th grade students begin school at 12:47pm.