Daily Bulletin

Monday, October 6, 2014

San Mateo High School
Daily Bulletin
Monday, October 6, 2014

CLUB/CLASS ACTIVITIES
JSA MEETING –
TODAY – lunch – Room A220
RANDOM ACTS OF KINDNESS CLUB MEETING –
TODAY – lunch – Room A232
INTERACT CLUB MEETING –
TODAY – lunch – Room A220

TARDY SWEEPS
Regular and prompt attendance is necessary for student success.  Students should be on time each and every day.  Tardy Sweeps will be conducted beginning today.  Any student caught in a Tardy Sweep will be assigned one hour detention after school.  Bearcats – if you don’t want a Tardy Sweep Detention, be on time to class!
— Mr. McKenzie

SPIRIT GEAR
The first Black Out game is this Friday!  Are you in need of a black hoodie?  Buy your spirit gear on Wednesday, October 8th, during lunch in the Leadership Room!
— Leadership/Ms. Catalli

INTERNATIONAL CLUB AND FOOD FAIRE
The International Club Food Faire has been postponed until October 15th during lunch in the Quad.  If any clubs would like to participate in the International Club’s Food Faire, please pick up a form in Room A001.  Thanks!
— Griselda Madrigal/Ms. Catalli

GIRLS’ GOLF NEWS
The San Mateo Girls’ Golf Team defeated Burlingame this past Thursday by a score of

223-238.  Aman Sangha shot a 1-under par 34, her sister Kiran shot a 1-over par 36 and Lisa Sasaki added a 42.  This victory puts the Lady Bearcats in a tie for first place in the Bay Division.  Congratulations girls!!
— Coach Ikeda

DRESS CODE/GROOMING REMINDER!The San Mateo Union High School District recognizes that the type of clothing, jewelry, personal items, and style of hair are a matter of personal choice.  Three primary factors influence the District’s expectations for what is acceptable.  Students are expected to dress in a manner which is not disruptive to the learning process, is safe, and does not construe gang affiliation.  Violations will result in a change of clothing.  Students may be required to go home and parents will be notified.  Repeated violations will result in disciplinary actions. Listed below are examples of what the school district considers inappropriate.  This list is representative but not all-inclusive.

  • Suggestive, revealing, or transparent attire that could divert attention from the learning process or may contribute to inappropriate conduct. (Examples:  front or back cleavage exposure, short skirts/shorts/high-slit skirts, spaghetti straps, halter or strapless clothing.)
  • Clothing that does not cover undergarments completely (Examples:  baggy or low cut pants or tops that expose undergarments.  Straps should be one inch.)
  • Clothing that does not cover midriff (Examples:  shirts that rise and expose skin around the waist/back, or cropped tops.)
  • Clothing that promotes obscenity, drugs, alcohol, tobacco, sex, or violence
  • Clothing that demeans others with regard to gender, race, sexual orientation, religion, etc.
  • Clothing that indicates gang involvement as determined by the school administration and based on consultation with the local law enforcement agency (examples:  Hair nets, do-rags)
  • Clothing, jewelry or accessories which are potentially dangerous (Example:  spiked rings, necklaces, or bracelets, or sharp studs on clothing.)
  • Clothing should be free of writing, pictures, insignia which are crude, vulgar, profane
  • Being barefoot.

Consequences:

  • 1st Offense:  warning, parent notified, change of clothes
  • 2nd Offense:  warning, parent notified, change of clothes, 2 hour detention
  • 3rd Offense:  in-house suspension for defiance, parent notified 

TODAY’S SPORTS
Girls’ Golf – San Mateo vs. Menlo Atherton at Poplar Creek – 3:00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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