San Mateo High School
Thursday, January 22, 2015
Poly Club Meeting- Today - Lunch – A008
Model UN Meeting- Today - Lunch – A234
Christian Club Meeting- Today – Lunch – A142
Craft Club Meeting – Today – Lunch – C111
Math Team Meeting – Today – Lunch – A162
Interactive Coding Club Meeting - Today – Lunch – B102
Red Cross Club Meeting – Today – Lunch – A232
Art Club Meeting – Today – Lunch – C107
A Message from Ms. Shiu regarding: African American Students’ Day at Hewlett Packard
If you are interested in attending African American Students’ Day at Hewlett Packard, please see Ms. Shiu for a packet. You must have at least a 2.0 GPA and complete the field trip packet. Each school in the district is limited to 5 spots. First come, first served.
A Message from Mr. Freiberg
DRUGS /ALCOHOL AND INTERVENTIONS
BP 5131.6 Students Alcohol and Other Drugs
The Board of Trustees believes that the use of alcohol or other drugs adversely affects a student’s ability to achieve academic success, is physically and emotionally harmful, and has serious social and legal consequences. The Board desires to keep district schools free of alcohol and other drugs in order to help prevent violence, promote school safety and create a well-disciplined environment conducive to learning.
Students possessing, using or selling alcohol or other drugs or related paraphernalia shall be subject to disciplinary procedures including suspension or expulsion and/or referral to law enforcement in accordance with law, Board policy and administrative regulations. In addition, such students may be referred to an appropriate counseling program, transferred to an alternative placement, and/or be restricted from school-sponsored activities or extracurricular activities, including athletics, graduation, and dances.
- · 1st Offense: 5 day suspension or 1 day suspension with alternative to suspension drug and alcohol counseling program; and student contract/formal reprimand/ recommendation for expulsion
- · 2nd Offense: 5 day suspension and formal reprimand/recommendation for expulsion.
DISRUPTION AND/OR DEFIANCE
Students must respond to the authority of all school personnel and follow their directions. Students are expected to conduct themselves and behave properly and appropriately before, during, and after school, and at school sponsored events and activities held on or off campus. Student who disrupt the orderly educational procedures of the school or refuse to comply with reasonable requests or directions of school staff will result in a referral to the Dean of Students.
A Message from Mrs. Torres regarding CSF – California Scholarship Federation:
CSF starts Tuesday, January 20th. Applications can be picked up in Mrs. Torres office, (Counseling Office). Last day to turn in applications is Saturday, January 31, 2015.
Town Hall/Spring Elections
Interested in joining student government? Learn about positions at the Town Hall, a lunch meeting in the library on Wednesday, January 28th. Class council and ASB Officers will speak.
A message from The Grad Night Committee:
Free Ewaste Recycling: Bring your used electronic items to SMHS parking lot on Saturday, January 31, and support Grad Night!
A message from Yearbook- Winter Break Photos
If you have photos from Winter Break that you want to see in the 2014-2015 yearbook, Check School loop for the link and additional details. Photos must be submitted by Friday, January 23, 2015
Baseball Tryouts will run February 2nd to 4th. Download the Baseball FAQs for details.
Sport Events for the Day
Thursday, January 22, 2015
Girls Soccer – Carlmont at SM - V 3:00; JV 4:30 (Release V-1:45)
Bay Area Online Sports Network will be broadcasting our basketball games on Fridays at 6:15pm and 7:45pm on www.BAOSN.tv. Spectators will be able to log onto www.BAOSN.tv and watch for free. Watch our broadcast from your iPad or mobile device! Check on line for future games.
There will be regular schedule the rest of the week. Friday - no Tutorial –Rally schedule.