Capistrano Valley High School – WILD WEST WELCOME BACK DANCE!
Capistrano Valley High School
September 16th – 20th , 2013
Monday, September 16th PLC – Traditional – Late Start
First period begins at 8:47 am
Tuesday, September 17th 0-2-T4-4-6
Wednesday, September 18th 0-1-T5 -3-5
Thursday, September 19th 0-2-T6-4-6
Friday, September 20th 0-1-T1 -3-5
The entire block schedule for the Fall Semester may be downloaded at www.cvhs.com
CAPISTRANO VALLEY HS STUDENT SELECTED TO ADVISE TRUSTEES
Leilah Rodriguez Named Student Adviser to Capistrano Unified Board
SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO—Capistrano Valley High School senior Leilah Rodriguez, founder of the Hand in Hand club, which helps children with social disabilities transition from middle school to high school, has been selected to serve as Student Adviser to the Capistrano Unified School District Board of Trustees for the 2013-2014 school year.
Rodriguez will be a voice and advocate for the District’s 50,000 students during twice monthly meetings of the Board of Trustees. She succeeds Capistrano Valley High School graduate Madison Wolfert.
Along with being the founder of Hand in Hand, Rodriguez is captain of the girls’ golf team, and a member of the National Honor Society, Club Namaste, and Colors of the Middle East Club. She has been a Girls Scout for 12 years and holds a leadership position in Model United Nations. Rodriguez is also a candidate for a full International Baccalaureate Diploma and has earned a 4.5 weighted grade point average. In addition, Rodriguez is active in her church, serving as president of her local youth group and is active in regional youth affairs.
The Student Adviser serves a one-year term and attends all meetings of the Board except for closed sessions. She may cast an advisory vote on all matters except those subject to closed session discussion. The vote is recorded in the minutes but does not affect the outcome of a vote.
RESERVED PARKING SPOTS FOR STUDENTS
Junior and Seniors:
Do you want a reserved parking spot near the front of the upper parking lot for the entire school year?
Do you want to sleep in?
Do you want to avoid that long walk from the lower lot?
The CVHS Foundation has TWO parking spots in the upper lot for auction to the highest bidders on eBay.
Here’s the link: http://tinyurl.com/kbzonpv
So, put in your bids – and good luck! The auctions closes soon – on September 21, 2013.
You must meet the school requirements for a right to have a parking spot.
Questions? Contact Jane Shafron, CVHS President on 949-742-2755 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
►Parents: Please attend our first PTSA association meeting of the year on Wednesday, September 18th at 10:15 in CVHS Room B-1. Hope to see you there!
►DB Academics SAT Boot Camp signups are going on now. Attend the Boot Camp for Saturday Sept. 28th or Sunday Sept. 29th at Capo and prepare for the SAT and PSAT. Forms are on the PTSA website or available in the office and guidance office.
►Planners ordered and not received at Registration can be picked up in the Capo Store, B-2 at lunchtime. Planners are also on sale for $8.00
College Planning Seminar
For Parents & Their Students
~ Register EARLY for guaranteed seating ~
Go to www.GCFseminars.org for your FREE “ticket”
Your ticket will register you for our raffle:
“How To Graduate From College DEBT-FREE”
Tuesday, Sept 17th | 6:30pm-8:00pm
CapoValley High School in the “Mall”
Speaker: Tom Bottorf
Founder of GetCollegeFunding
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Learn how to receive “free money” for college
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UPCOMING EVENTS / ASB
Freshmen ASB Elections Information Meeting
Monday, September 16th at lunch in room C-3
WILD WEST WELCOME BACK DANCE!
The Welcome Back Dance is on Friday, September 20th in the Capo Mall! It will start at 7:30pm and end at 10:30pm.
Make sure you come to the dance dressed up in you Western attire!
The dance is FREE for Freshmen and 5 dollars with ASB, 10 without, and15 at the door for Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors.
Make sure you bring your ID card (everyone) and your ticket (Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors) so you can show them at the door. Tickets will be on sale in the Mall and other locations during lunch.
September 16th-20th is a SPIRIT WEEK leading up to the Wild West Welcome Back Dance on Friday!
If you dress up for the spirit days you can win exciting prizes brought to you by CapoASB
►September 16th: MEOW MONDAY
(Dress in cat-fashion)
►September 17th: PATRIOTIC TUESDAY!
(Honor the stars and stripes)
►September 18th: Wher’d You Go Wednesday?
(Wear CAMO CLOTHING)
►September 19th: THRIFT SHOP THURSDAY
(Make Macklemore proud!)
►September 20th: WILD WEST FRIDAY
▀The Community Liaison for Hidden Hills Elementary school in Laguna Niguel is searching for high school students who may want to tutor students at Hidden Hills. Tutoring is normally scheduled on Thursdays from 1-2 pm, or the tutor can meet the student at a library any day of the week from 2:30 – 3:30. The plan is to start the tutoring program in November. If anyone is interested, they can contact Gabi Boulgarides by e-mail, email@example.com or by calling (949) 495-0050 ext. 2205. This does require a commitment as the tutoring will run until the end of May 2014.
▀The “Text After Driving” walkathon is an effort to raise public awareness about the dangers of texting and driving to help keep our teens safe on the road. The walkathon around Lake Mission Viejo is open to all teens (ages 12-18) and adults, and will be held on Saturday, September 28, 2013. Walkers will begin their 3-mile trek around the lake at 9:00 a.m. from Vista Del Lago on Marguerite Parkway in Mission Viejo. Balloons and signs to carry will be provided. The walk will end at the same location by 10:30 a.m. ALL walkers must submit their own registration form and donation. Contact – Lori Kelman LoriKelman@aol.com 949-633-5303 ETC HELPS, 23261 Via Ronda, Mission Viejo, CA 92691
▀The Rancho Santa Margarita Library is offering many exciting events in September and October for students grades 7-12. Contact Julie Fitch, Teen Services Librarian, at 949-459-6094 and Julie.firstname.lastname@example.org
▀Volunteer opportunity with the Keeping Kids Safe Project. They are hosting a Free Child Safety Event coming up on September 20th and 21st in Rancho Santa Margarita. It will be hosted at RSM Honda at 29961 Santa Margarita Pkwy. They are currently looking for 6-10 volunteers each day to help out with the event to serve cookies and face paint. As this event is approaching quickly, we will need volunteers to confirm as soon as possible. Please contact Madison McKone, Event Coordinator Keeping Kids Safe Project by S.I.P. Kids, 2310 Falls Ave | Ste 4 | Waterloo, IA 50701
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