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Thursday, May 24, 2018

Today’s Quote:  “And each man stands with his face in the light of his own drawn sword.  Ready to do what a hero can.” – Elizabeth Barrett Browning

COLLEGE/SCHOLARSHIP:

Attention college-bound seniors:  Support is available for students by appointment or after school.  College is just around the corner.  Your senior grades matter!  Finish strong!  The more prepared you are for college, the smoother your transition.  See Ms. Salinas for any questions.  (Salinas)

CLUBS:

Criminal Justice Club:  Election for Criminal Justice officers for the 2018/2019 school year will be held in room #411 on Friday, May 25th.  Stop by and vote.  (Cerny)

 

Inspire the Youth:  We will have the final Inspire the Youth meeting of the year during lunch today in room #10.  See you there!  (Garcia)

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls Volleyball:  Attention 2018-2019 volleyball players!  There is a mandatory girls volleyball meeting in the big gym on Tuesday, May 29th at 4:00 p.m.  Girls try-outs are during the summer and you must attend the meeting to try-out.  We can’t wait to get started!  (Tobler)

 

Scholar Athletes:  If you received a card last week saying that you earned a scholar athlete patch, they are now in!  Please bring your card to the Doghouse before or after school or during lunch to pick up your patch.  (Amaral) 

 

Girls Basketball:  There is a meeting for all three levels of girls basketball to discuss summer.  We’ll see you Friday, May 25th after school in the big gym.  (Gunzenhauser)

 

GENERAL:

Seniors:  This is a very important message regarding graduation practice!  Due to a scheduling conflict, practice has been changed to Thursday morning, May 31st.  Please arrive no later than 8:00 a.m. to the field with your cap & gown.  Thank you and we look forward to celebrating with you next week!  (Dunn)

 

CHS Students:  Enter the “End the Stigma” competition to win cash awards of $50, $150 or $300!  The mission of the collaboration behind this competition is to reduce stigma of people living with mental illness and promote awareness of mental health.  You can do a creative writing submission, video submission or a slogan/logo/poster creation.  Pick up you application in room #37.  Deadline for submission is June 4th.  (Azevedo)

 

Hey Bulldogs:  Tomorrow is the last day of Senior Week.  The dress-up day is Red & White.  The movie night is tomorrow at 6:30 p.m. at the school’s black top.  The Sandlot will be playing.  Seniors get in for free, everyone else is $1.  There will be a food court, so bring your money.  Be sure to bring a blanket to relax on during the movie and don’t forget your ID!  (Hamasaki)

 

 

 

Hey Seniors:  Come to room #64 during lunch this Friday to put your handprint on a banner that will be displayed at the movie night.  (Hamasaki)

 

Today is:  “Brother’s Day”

 

It’s a great day to be a Bulldog!

 

 

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Motto: IT'S A GREAT DAY TO BE A BULLDOG!
Mission Statement:

Ceres High School is a place where all students will participate in a rigorous, standards based curriculum that fosters improved reading and writing skills in all subject areas.

Ceres High School is a place where:

  • technology is integrated across the curriculum and is used as a tool for improving student achievement.
  • staff and student interaction is positive and every individual is valued as part of the school community.
  • every person accepts responsibility to achieve his/her highest potential as evidenced by student assessment.
  • every person values and takes responsibility for clear communication which enhances collaboration and decision-making.

Principal's Message:

Welcome to Ceres High School! It’s a great day to be a bulldog!

Students are receiving a quality education at Ceres High School and they are mastering the standards required by the state. We are very proud of the academic success of our students, but there is more. We are increasing the number of students who will be mentored by adults in the community. We are involving more students in Point Break, an activity designed to decrease bullying, promote civility and break down barriers between students. We will continue our activities specifically designed to connect freshmen to high school, including our ambassador peer mentoring program and our Success 101 classes. 

We are also offering quarterly events for parents to increase parent involvement in our school. Our goal at Ceres High School is to ensure that Powerful Teaching and Powerful Learning occur in every classroom, every day. In addition, we want your students to become socially adjusted and productive citizens in our community. In other words, we are committed to you and your students. We look forward to working closely with you so that together, we can continue to make Ceres High School the best in the valley!


- Linda Stubbs, Principal