Daily Bulletin

Monday, November 3, 2014

San Mateo High School
Daily Bulletin
Monday, November 3, 2014

CLUB/CLASS ACTIVITIES
INTERACT CLUB MEETING –
TOMORROW – lunch – Room A220
ACTS OF RANDOM KINDNESS CLUB MEETING –
TODAY – lunch – Room A232
MUSLIM FELLOWSHIP CLUB MEETING –
TOMORROW – lunch – Room A237

URINETOWN AUDITIONS ARE TODAY
Hey all you actors, singers and dancers!  Today’s the big day.  Bring your audition form and sheet music to the PAC after school TODAY for vocal auditions for our big winter musical, URINETOWN.  See you at 3:15.
— Mr. Friedman

SPIRIT WEEK DRESS CODE
Attention all Bearcats!  The school dress code still applies during Spirit Week.  Remember to dress appropriately as you celebrate our school spirit!
— Roz Jeffries/Ms. Catalli

COME DEBATE WITH US
Come to JSA TODAY during lunch in Room A220 to debate whether the government should be involved in personal health laws.  There will be cookies!
— Alex/Ms. Kalinski

GIRLS’ SOCCER TRYOUTS
The first day of Girls’ Soccer Tryouts will be Wednesday, November 12th.  You must be medically cleared before you try out.  Please download your forms from the SMHS website or see Mrs. Hickey in the Health Office.
— Mr. Scheller

PAJAMA DAY
Feeling lazy?  Come to school in your PJ’s on Monday, November 10th, for the first day of Spirit Week.  Come to the Quad to be counted.  Sophomores will sing the Fight Song!
— Roz Jeffries/Ms. Catalli

JENNIFER NATHAN TRAVEL SCHOLARSHIP
Attention current sophomores & juniors!  Would you like to travel and see the world this summer for free?  The San Mateo High School Foundation, through an anonymous restricted contribution, is presenting the Jennifer Nathan Travel Scholarship which will cover international travel expenses for one SMHS sophomore or junior and their family or friends.  The deadline for applying is November 30th.  Go to www.smhsf.org and click on the “Jen Nathan Travel Scholarship” line for more information and the application.  You can also check out the travels of last year’s recipient, Nadia Albayati, on YouTube.  This is your chance to see the world!
— SMHS Foundation

BULLYING AND CYBERBULLING
     Cyber bullying includes the transmission of communications, posting of harassing messages, direct threats, or other harmful texts, sounds, or images on the Internet, social networking sites, or other digital technologies using a telephone, computer, or any wireless communication device.  Cyber bullying also includes breaking into another person’s electronic account and assuming that person’s identity in order to damage that person’s reputation.

     Students may submit a verbal or written complaint of conduct they consider to be bullying to a teacher or administrator.  Students should 1) save and print any messages sent to them that they feel constitutes cyber bullying; and 2) notify a teacher, counselor, dean of students, or administration so matters can be investigated.  Any student who engages in cyber bullying on school premises, or off campus in a manner that causes or is likely to cause a substantial disruption of a school activity or school attendance, shall be subject to discipline with any or all of the following consequences:  1-5 day suspension, referral to School Safety Advocate, SMPD notified, Incident Review Conference (IRC), and/or possible recommendation for expulsion.

TODAY’S SPORTS
Varsity Girls’ Water Polo – PAL Tournament at Woodside – 5:00
Varsity Boys’ Water Polo – PAL Tournament (Burlingame vs. SM at Menlo Atherton – 4:45

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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