Taking the AP exam?
Please attend a MANDATORY pre-session on Monday April, 24th at lunch OR After school.
(School Loop Ms. Mack if you have any questions)
Dear Parents and Guardians,
Do you know of any graduating seniors that could use some FREE MONEY towards college? If so, please have them apply to the Superintendent's 21st Century Scholarship!
Deadline to submit application: Friday, April 28, 2017
To apply: http://bit.ly/1T4G6yM
Questions? Please contact Karwin Sui, Public Relations Assistant at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SFUSD is committed to helping all students develop strong academic knowledge and skills, as well as increasing their curiosity and engagement, activating their full potential for learning, and preparing them for life, work, and study beyond their secondary school years. Our goal is for every SFUSD students to possess these capacities, our Graduate Profile, by the time they graduate.
SFUSD encourages students to be in school every day and we are committed to keeping them safe and fostering learning. We recognize that there are times when students and their families may choose to participate in activities such as demonstrations or strikes outside of school during the regular school day. While we respect and support our students' rights to express their views, please note that participation in a demonstration, walkout or strike will not be counted as an excused absence.
So close, yet so far away. From 1910 to 1940, many Angel Island Immigration Station immigrants experienced these feelings upon reaching America, but were detained from entering San Francisco. On May 7, 2017 (12:00-3:00), the San Francisco Public Library Main Library will celebrate Asian Pacific Islander American Heritage Month by spotlighting personal immigrant stories from those who went through Angel Island.
Look forward to educational games and craft activities for all ages, a display of Angel Island family histories, books, news articles, and photos. The first 50 children ages 12 and under will receive a goody bag.
Co-sponsors: the Asian American Studies Department at San Francisco State University, TACT (The Association of Chinese Teachers), the Angel Island Immigration Station Foundation, and the Square and Circle Club.
The RAMS Summer Bridge program is currently accepting applications for its summer program for youth ages 16 to 20 interested in the field of psychology.
The program meets Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from June 13th through August 3rd at 1453 Mission St in San Francisco's SOMA district. Participants will learn about the field of psychology and the various careers within the mental health field, including the path to becoming a therapist, psychologist, social worker, psychiatrist, etc. Delicious and diverse lunches (pupusas! Indian pizza!) are served everyday and a $600 stipend is provided upon program completion.
Application is attached and is due Friday, May 4th.
The program is run by RAMS, the nonprofit mental health agency that staffs the therapists in the Wellness Centers. It is in collaboration with the Mental Health Services Act, whose aim is to bring people from historically underrepresented backgrounds into the mental health field.
For more information, feel free to contact Danni Biondini, Summer Bridge program coordinator and therapist at Wallenberg High School. Email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
More information available here: http://www.ramsinc.org/summerbridge.html