Monday, October 12, 2015
Today’s Quote: “Let every nation know, whether it wishes us well or ill, that we shall pay any price, bear any burden, meet any hardship, support any friend, oppose any foe, to assure the survival and success of liberty.” – John F. Kennedy
Attention Students who are taking the PSAT on Wednesday, October 14th. Please arrive to your testing room between 7:30-7:45 a.m., so that we can get started promptly. Be sure to bring a calculator for section 4 Math. You will not be allowed to use your phone calculator, or any other electronic device. You will also need your address and student ID information for the information section.
Students not testing in their 1st period class will receive a pass on Tuesday with the designated testing room. If you receive a pass, please report to the designated testing room and not to your 1st period on Wednesday morning at 7:30 a.m. If you have any questions about the PSAT, please see Mrs. Narayan. (Narayan)
Hello Students: If you are interested in a career in hairdressing or cosmetology, Paul Mitchell School will be having a career workshop on Wednesday, October 21st, in the library. Please sign up in the library by Monday, October 19th. (Narayan)
Criminal Justice Club: There will be a Criminal Justice Club meeting during lunch in Room #411, on Wednesday, October 14th. We will select this year’s hoodie and t-shirt design. (Cerny)
Hey Bulldogs: Today’s “Every Monday Matters” quote is “You make each day a special day. You know how? By just being you.” – Fred Rogers. (Cooper)
Hey Ambassadors: We will be having a meeting on Tuesday, October 13th, in the small gym, at lunch, to hand out October call logs and discuss activities going on in October. Make sure you bring your September call logs with you to turn in, if you haven’t already done so. (Cooper)
Class of 2017: Hey Juniors! We will be having a class meeting today, in Room #10, at lunchtime. We will be discussing fundraisers, our class shirts, and our community service project. Hoope to see you there! (Guerini)
It’s a great day to be a bulldog!
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.
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Welcome to the 2015 -16 school year! 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
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