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Student bulletin Friday November 1
Posted 11/1/19

 

STUDENT BULLETIN           FRIDAY                                November 1, 2019  

 


Attention Juniors.  Start your summer off right with a trip to the East Coast. Enrollment is now open for the History and College trip through EF Tours.  You and your friends will explore famous sites and colleges in New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and DC.  Visit efexploreamerica.com and enter tour #2234389hp to register.  Or see Dr. Alves in B-36 for more information.

 

 

What is Civicore? Is a user-friendly solution that helps FUSD schools in managing and tracking parent volunteers. All data entered are stored in central repository and is well-protected which allows school administrators the ability to control user permissions to make certain only those volunteers with the proper documentations are allowed to perform volunteer work.

 

No more forms to fill.  All applications and required documents can now be done electronically, and parents will have the benefit to update, renew, and opt out at any time.

 

Visit Civicore to get started.

 

 

 

FUSD is seeking volunteers to serve on its Local Control and Accountability Advisory Committee for a 2-year term beginning August 2019 and ending June 2021.
    
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LCAAC is required to have a majority of parents on the committee.  We currently have three (3) parents and are seeking an additional seven (7) from the following:

  • One (1) from American Attendance Area
  • Two (2) from Irvington Attendance Area
  • One (1) from Kennedy Attendance Area
  • One (1) from Mission Attendance Area
  • Two (2) from Washington Attendance Area

We are asking for your assistance to do outreach with your parent population by posting this notice in your newsletters and any other form of communication that you have available. More information, including the application, can be found here.

 

 

 

ATTENTION PARENTS

 

Parents are allowed to use the assigned Palm Ave campus drop off in the morning. Visitor parking is only allowed in the horseshoe. The entire campus parking lot is closed to anyone who does not have a valid MSJ 2019-2020 parking permit from 8:15 to 3:30 Monday –Friday.

 

Make your parents happy! Please come and get your shoes, swim bags, glasses, lunch boxes, pencil cases, glasses, jackets and more!

 

 

As a friendly reminder, we cannot accept food on campus from outside delivery services.  If food is delivered to the front office from an outside delivery service, the food will be confiscated and the student will be referred to their Assistant Principal.

 

LOST AND FOUND WILL BE DONATED ON THE LAST DAY OF EACH MONTH. PLEASE COME AND FIND YOUR GLASSES, LUNCH BOXES, CLOTHING, SHOES, PENCIL POUCHES AND MORE BEFORE THE END OF EACH MONTH!

 

News from the College & Career Center:

 

 

Seniors: the FAFSA & California Dream Act Application opened October 1st for students who are applying to college Fall 2020. By filing FAFSA, you automatically apply to Cal Grant and the UC’s Middle Class Scholarship.

 

The following colleges will have admissions representatives visiting Mission students during the month of November:

 

Clarkson Univ                                                            Mon, Nov 4th at lunch                                   

UC Davis                                                                   Mon, Nov 4th  immediately after school

CSU East Bay on the Spot                                      Tues, Nov 5th by appt only (see below)

Rhode Island School of Design                               Fri, Nov 22nd at 3:05 pm

All visits will be at the College & Career Center unless otherwise noted.  Visits are limited to students only.

 

Seniors:  Are you applying to CSU East Bay? Would you like to know right away if your application has been accepted? CSU East Bay will be on campus Tuesday, Nov 5th, to make it happen.  Please contact Mrs. Castillou to sign up for a time to meet with our rep for 10 minutes. Space is limited.

UC Berkeley’s Tau Beta Pi, the engineering honor society, is organizing an Overnight Host Program for high schoolers this November. Their goal is to give high schoolers a real experience of what Berkeley engineering is like, and empower them to study engineering, if interested. Applications can be found here: //forms.gle/5i1qBXJ4HiJyFL2t7 and the deadline to apply is November 1

 

Teen Volunteer - Clerical Support the Alameda County Library Foundation (ACLF) has a need for on-going clerical support. Tasks may include filing, preparing mailings for various Fundraising Campaigns and/or light data entry occasionally. Ideally teens would commit to working 2-4 hours per week between Monday and Thursday. Work hours would be approximately 3:30pm – 5:00pm.  Visit them online for more info: www.aclf.org

 

Please stop by the College & Career Center for more information.​