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Audience: English 2CP(q3) Period 3, English 2CP(q3) Period 4, Mike Pilacik, English 2CP Site and Homepage

IMPORTANT INFORMATION!
I understand that the Night Theme Diary Project is due next week and some people have questions on how to format this whole thing with using Microsoft Word and Google Docs along with how to submit this project. 
1) If you remember, I told you that I need a hard copy of the project. It even says it on the layout of the project as well. So PLEASE submit a hard copy of your project on the day that it is due. Everyone submit their project by next Friday, February 24th before the end of the school day. I know there is a block schedule set for that day and there is a possible guest coming into the school that Friday. So I would like everyone to submit their projects during lunch or by the end of the day. I will be leaving campus by 4PM next Friday. If it is late or you do not do the project, it will be a zero overall. 
2) In terms of typing this out, you can format perfectly in order to create the book effect. I can give you the instructions on how to approach it through Microsoft Word and Google Docs. 
- Microsoft Word: You click onto the Page Layout Icon on the top and change the Orientation. It should be changed to Landscape instead Portrait. Following that, an icon over states "Columns" in which you put in three. From there you should be able to have a column for the Theme response, one for the picture and the other for the Chapter response. 
- Google Docs: Go to file and click onto Page Setup and switch it to landscape. After that, you go to Format and click on Columns to create three columns. Same as word in appearance overall. 
If you have any questions or concerns, just e-mail me as soon as possible. I want you to be successful and creative in your theme diaries.

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Posted by: Mike Pilacik
Published: 2/16/17

Audience: Homepage, Activities, Alumni, Counseling and Library at South San Francisco High School
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Posted by: Colleen Rudd
Published: 2/13/17

Audience: Parents of SSFHS, Assistant Principals, Associates, Parents, Principals, Staff, Students, Sys Admins, Teachers, All Grades, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12 and Homepage

Dear SSFHS Family,

Below are the upcoming testing dates for CAASPP and CAST which all 11th grade students will take.  The PSAT10 is for 10th graders. The bell schedule will be schoolwide so all students will need to follow the bell schedule.

 

Feb 23 and Feb 24:  CAASPP Interim Assessment Block (test covers English and Math)

On Thursday, Feb 23, all juniors will take the interim assessment block during their English class.  Depending on which period they have English, they will either take it Thursday or Friday.  We will be on a 2-hour class block schedule as follow:

Period 1:  8:16-10:16

Period 3:  10:22-12:22

Lunch       12:24-12:54

Period 5:  1:00-3:00

 

On Friday, Feb 24, All juniors will take the interim assessment block during their English class.  Depending on which period they have English, they will either take it Thursday or Friday.We will be on a 2 hour class block schedule as follow:

Period 2:  8:16-10:16

Period 4:  10:22-10:16

Lunch       12:24-12:54

Period 5:  1:00 -3:00

 

 

March 8:  PSAT10

On Wednesday, March 8, sophomore students who signed up for the PSAT test will be pulled from their 1st period through 4th period classes and tested in a separate testing room.  No schedule change.  Students should check with their teachers for any work they will miss.

 

**Week of March 20-24:  Bell schedule will have one rotating extended block for the entire school.  Other classes are shorten to accommodate testing schedule.

 

March 20: There is no testing.

Period 1:  8:16 -9:56  (extended period.)

Period 2:  10:02-10:49

Period 3:  10:55-11:47

Period 4:  11:53 -12:40

Lunch       12:44-1:14

Period 5:    1:20-2:02

Period 6:    2:13-3:00

 

March 21: Math Part I

On Tuesday, March 21, juniors will take the Math Part I of the CAASPP test. 

Period 1:  8:16-8:59

Period 2:  9:05-11:05(extended period.  Juniors will take Math Part I)

Period 3:  11:11-11:59

Period 4:  12:05 -12:48

Lunch    12:52-1:22

Period 5:  1:28 - 2:11

Period 6:  2:17 -3:00

 

 

March 22:  Math Part II

On Wednesday, March 22, juniors will take Math Part II of the CAASPP test. 

Period 1:  8:16-9:00

Period 2:  9:06-9:50

Period 3:  9:56-11:56 (extended period.  Juniors will take Math Part II)

Period 4:  12:00-12:44

Lunch:    12:50-1:20

Period 5:  1:26-2:10

Period 6:  2:16-3:00

 

March 23: Science

On Thursday, March 23, juniors will take the Science CAST test.

Period 1:  8:16-9:03

Period 2:  9:09-9:56

Period 3:  10:02-10:54

Period 4:  11:00-12:40 (extended period.  Juniors  will take Science CAST)

Lunch:  12:44-1:14

Period 5:  1:20-2:07

Period 6:  2:13-3:00

 

March 24:  Make ups

On Friday, March 24, juniors who did not complete the Math Part I or Math Part II or Science CAST will complete their test on this day.

 

Period 1: 8:16-8:59

Period 2: 9:05-9:48

Period 3: 9:54-10:41

Period 4: 10:47-11:30

Lunch:  11:34-12:04

Period 5:  12:10-1:32

Period 6: 1:38-3:00

 

March 27 and March 28:  English Language Arts (ELA) Part I

On Monday, March 27 and Tuesday, March 28, juniors will take ELA Part I in their English classes.  Both days are on 2-hour block schedules.  Monday will be periods 1, 3, 5.  Tuesday will be Periods 2, 4, 6. Bell schedule for those days are as follow.

 

Period 1/2:  8:16-10:16

Period 3/4:  10:22-12:22

Lunch          12:24-12:54

Period 5/6:  1:00-3:00

 

March 30 and March 31:  English Language Arts (ELA) Part II

On Thursday, March 30 and Friday, March 31, juniors will take ELA Part II in their English classes.  Both days are on 2-hour block schedules.  Thursday will be periods 1, 3, 5.  Friday will be Period 2, 4, 6. 

 

Period 1/2:  8:16-10:16

Period 3/4:  10:22-12:22

Lunch          12:24-12:54

Period 5/6:  1:00-3:00

 

Students can prepare for these tests by taking online practice tests.  You will need your 10-digit student ID.

 

http://www.caaspp.org/practice-and-training/index.html

 

https://login7.cloud1.tds.airast.org/student/V173/Pages/LoginShell.aspx?c=California_PT

 

Sincerely,

Dr. Rapaido, Principal

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Posted by: Cynthia Rapaido
Published: 2/12/17

Audience: Homepage

Course Selection Night is YOUR opportunity to choose courses and electives for school year 2017-18! 
Parents! Speak with your student's counselor and discuss the courses they need to graduate or be ready for college.

Current JUNIORS/11th graders - Tuesday February 21

Current SOPHOMORES/10 graders - Tuesday February 28

Current FRESHMEN/9th graders - Tuesday, March 7

 

Flyer is attached!

 

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Posted by: Marcie Mitchell45
Published: 1/31/17

Audience: C Aide English(q3) Period 1, C Aide English(q3) Period 2, C Aide English(q3) Period 3, C Aide English(q3) Period 4, Drama 1(q3) Period 6, Drama 3(q3) Period 6, EL Lang Lab 4(q3) Period 2, English 1CP(q3) Period 1, English 2CP(q3) Period 3, English 2CP(q3) Period 4, Mike Pilacik, Activities, Applications, ASB, Drama 1 Site, Drama 2 Site, Drama 3 Site, Drama 4 Site, English 2CP Site, Fundraisers and ICC, National Honor Society, The Warrior Post, SSFHS Teachers and Counselors, Assistant Principals, Associates, Parents, Principals, Staff, Students, Sys Admins, Teachers, All Grades, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12 and Homepage

Please see Mr. Pilacik in M-3 to pick up a schedule. A schedule will be placed on here so you can have a look. 

South Pacific Rehearsal Schedule #2

Schedule is tentative to change. Please stop by daily to M-3 to see any adjustments to the schedule.

Date

What is Going On?

Who is called in?

1/31/17

8th Grade Showcase- NO REHEARSALS

NONE

2/1/17

Dance: “I’m Gonna Wash That Man Right Out of My Hair” with blocking scene (1,6 and beginning of 1,7)

Music: “There is Nothin’ Like a Dame”

Everyone

2/2/17

Music and Dance: “Wonderful Guy”

Nellie, Nurses, Chorus

2/7/17

Music: “Some Enchanted Evening (Reprise)”-1,7

Block- After “Wash That Man” Leading into “Wonderful Guy” towards the end of the Scene

Finish up “Wonderful Guy” if Needed

Nellie, Emile, Nurses, Chorus

2/8/17

Music: “Bali Hai – Girls Chorus”

Block: 1,9; 1,10 and beginning of 1,11

Emile, Cable, Brackett, Harbison, Quale, Bloody Mary, Luther Billis, Liat, Chorus

2/9/17

Music and Block: “Younger than Springtime”

Cable, Liat, Bloody Mary, Luther Billis, Chorus

2/14/17

Music: All the songs in 1,13

Block: 1,13

Everyone

2/15/17

MUSIC DAY: Sing through of Act 1

Everyone

2/16/17

Run of all Dance numbers of Act I

Everyone

2/21/17

Music: “Happy Talk” and “Younger the Springtime (Reprise)”

Block: Top of Act II all the way to “Happy Talk”

Everyone

2/22/17

Dance: “Happy Talk”

Block: After “Happy Talk” to the beginning of “Honey Bun”

Music: “Honey Bun”

Everyone

2/23/17

Dance: “Honey Bun”

Music: “You’ve Got to be Carefully Taught” & “This Nearly Was Mine”

Everyone

2/24/17

Block: 2,4

Everyone

 

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Posted by: Mike Pilacik
Published: 1/26/17

Audience: Assistant Principals, Associates, Parents, Principals, Staff, Students, Sys Admins, Teachers, All Grades, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12 and Homepage

Dear Student and Parent,

Attached is the 2017-2018 Program Planning Handbook.  Please review the attached handbook as a family to prepare for next school year.

On Monday, February 6, during 3rd period, students will be given a Course Preview Day Form to select three elective courses they are interested in hearing about.  Students, grade 9-11, will also be given a hard copy of the 2017-2018 Program Planning Handbook.  On Wednesday, February 8, SSFHS will be on an assembly schedule.  Students in grade 9-11 will participate in the Course Preview Day to visit the three elective classes they selected.  Hopefully, after reading about the course and visiting the class, students will be able to make an informed decision of which elective course they want to sign up for Fall 2017.  Students in grade 12 will report to the football field bleachers for their senior panoramic photo. 

 

Below is the bell schedule for Feb 8:

 

 Period 1   8:16-9:04

Period 2   9:10-9:56

 

3rd Period Announcements: 10:04-10:09

Period 3:  10:09-10:52

Grades 9-11 attend 1st, 2nd, and 3rd sessions.

Grade 12 reports to Bleachers by 10:58 -11:46 for Senior Panoramic Photo

Course Preview 1st session: 10:58 – 11:10

Course Preview 2nd session: 11:16 – 11:28

Course Preview 3rd session: 11:34 – 11:46

 

Period 4    11:52-12:40

Lunch    12:43-1:13

Period 5    1:19-2:07

Period 6   2:13-3:00 

 

Sincerely,

Dr. Rapaido, Principal

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Posted by: Cynthia Rapaido
Published: 1/22/17

Audience: Parents of SSFHS, Assistant Principals, Associates, Parents, Principals, Staff, Students, Sys Admins, Teachers and Homepage
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Posted by: Cynthia Rapaido
Published: 1/22/17

Audience: Homepage

APPLICATION DEADLINE / February 28, 2017 6PM PST

 

A four week summer program for talented & motivated high school students in California & beyond.

 

31st Summer Session / July 8 - August 4, 2017

 

CLICK FOR MORE INFO

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Posted by: Marcie Mitchell45
Published: 1/11/17

Audience: Homepage

Financial Aid for Dream Act students remains legal in California.  The California Dream Act is a state law, separate and distinct from the federal DACA program.

 

Schools and County Education officials were sent a letter from Tom Torlakson, the State Superintendent of Public Instruction, and Lupita Cortez Alcalá, the Executive Director of California Student Aid Commission (CSAC) regarding the DREAM Act and Student Aid in California.

 

Please see the links below for more information, and for any questions.  We've also attached the PDF file of the original letter.

 

March 2 is the priority financial aid filing deadline for most colleges and universities and the absolute deadline for submission of the Cal Grant application (CA Dream Act Application + GPA).

 

If you need assistance, please see your counselor.

 

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Posted by: Marcie Mitchell45
Published: 1/9/17

Audience: Homepage and Grade 12
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Posted by: Marcie Mitchell45
Published: 12/15/16

Audience: Homepage

Using the SchoolLoop app on your phone?

Here's an easy link to the School Calendar!

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Posted by: Marcie Mitchell45
Published: 12/15/16

Audience: Parents of SSFHS, Assistant Principals, Associates, Parents, Principals, Staff, Students, Sys Admins, Teachers, All Grades and Homepage

Attention all:

Below are the updated and revised Early Release Dates for Spring 2017. 

 

Jan 11 - CANCELLED
Jan 18 - District Collaboration
Feb 1 -   Site Collaboration
Feb 15 - Site Collaboration
Mar 1 -   Site Collaboration
Mar 15 - CANCELLED
Mar 29 - District Collaboration
April 5 -  CANCELLED

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Posted by: Cynthia Rapaido
Published: 12/12/16

Audience: Parents of SSFHS, Assistant Principals, Associates, Parents, Principals, Staff, Students, Sys Admins, Teachers and Homepage

Encuentre respuestas a sus preguntas sobre crianza de los hijos 

 

¿Desea construir mejores relaciones con sus hijos? 

 

El Parent Project® es un curso de 12 semanas, que le da a los padres, abuelos y apoderados las herramientas para construir familias unidas y saludables.

¡Todas las clases son gratuitas!

Inscríbase al Parent Project® y obtenga:

  • Recursos para ayudarse a sí mismo y a sus hijos

  • Herramientas para mejorar la asistencia en la es- cuela y el éxito de su hijo(s)

  • Consejos para mejorar la comunicación con su hijo(s)

  • Estrategias para prevenir el uso de alcohol y drogas

  • Herramientas prácticas que trabajan para su familia

    ¡Cena y cuidado de los niños incluido!

    Cuidado de niños limitado a los primeros 20 niños que se inscriban, de 3 a 15 años y que no usan paňal.

Inicio de clases:

Jueves, 19 de Enero del 2017

5:30 pm – 9:00 pm

South San Francisco High School

400 B St South San Francisco, CA 94080 (Room B6/B7)

 

Fechas de las clases:

1/19, 1/26, 2/2, 2/9, 2/16, 2/23, 3/2, 3/9, 3/16, 3/23, 3/30, 4/13

 

Idioma de la clase:

Español

 

Inscríbase con anticipación:

Ayrnn Bautista

abautista@ssfusd.org (650) 877-8756

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Posted by: Cynthia Rapaido
Published: 12/4/16

Audience: Parents of SSFHS, Assistant Principals, Associates, Parents, Principals, Staff, Students, Sys Admins, Teachers, All Grades, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12 and Homepage

Congratulations to Ms. Dianna Ariani!

 

As many of you may know, Ms. Ariani teaches a Work Experience Class which includes inviting guest speakers and preparing students for the real world.  In the Winter 2016 Issue of the First National Bank Newsletter, an article was written about her.  Below is the typed article:

 

"When a Bank Truly Partners with the Community, Good Things Happen"

 

     Nobody knows this better than Dianna Ariani, who is the daughter of Romolo Ariani, one of the founding fathers of FNB.  Now a teacher at South San Francisco High School, her job is to help prepare her students for the "real world," including financial issues.  that's where FNB helps.

     Over the years her Work Experience class has included guest appearances by FNB CEO Tom McGraw, who explained the basics of finance and, perhaps more importantly, help students understand that success is possible even when the path may not be clear.

     "Tom's career path wasn't typical for finance," Ariani said, noting that his career includes numerous acting jobs in feature films, television series, and television commercials.  "His message is about being able to take that leap and not being afraid to try something new and to become a lifelong learner.  That's one of our goals in the class and he demonstrates that."

     Ariani meets with her students once a week to discuss their jobs and visits their work sites to speak with their supervisors.  the class covers safety on the job, taxes, personal fiance, career planning and more.

     "Tom helps students feel like they could go off and do whatever their hearts desire,' she said. 'It's confidence building.  and any time you can get a high school student to think about banking, that's good.  Banks are going to be their financial reality, and Tom helps demystify things."

     Tom McGraw, Chief Executive Officer commented, "It is refreshing to see so many bright young minds.  Dianna's class is a real dose of reality for these young adults."

 

 

 

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Posted by: Cynthia Rapaido
Published: 12/2/16

Audience: Parents of SSFHS, Assistant Principals, Associates, Parents, Principals, Staff, Students, Sys Admins, Teachers, All Grades, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12 and Homepage

Congratulations to SSFHS Jimmy Wen! 

He received 1st place/1st prize for entering a Bots competition.  Per Jimmy, "The bots were judged based on how easy it was to use, how well it addressed a social issue and how much improvement there was compared to the original bot that we made in a workshop. My team's bot addresses crimes that are within 100 feet of cars, chatting with drivers and contacting authorities if there is a problem. The actual Bot v Bot competition itself featured bots interacting with each other in front of a panel of judges and the audience. Judges decided which bot would make to the next round based on their overall language processing capabilities. I'm not allowed to go into much detail, because it's a classified idea that IBM might work with."
Way to go, Jimmy!
 
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Posted by: Cynthia Rapaido
Published: 11/29/16

Audience: Parents of SSFHS, Assistant Principals, Associates, Parents, Principals, Staff, Students, Sys Admins, Teachers, All Grades, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12 and Homepage

Congratulations to our biology teacher, Ms. Linda Hambrick!  She will be receiving  the Educator of the Year Award from the California League of High Schools (CLHS) Region 4!  She will be honored at an awards dinner on Thursday, December 15, 2016, at St. Mary's College in Moraga, California at 5:30 p.m..  If you are interested in attending the awards dinner, tickets are $45, payable to CLHS, and can be dropped off in the main office to Dr. Rapaido no later than Thursday, December 1. 

 

Please congratulate Ms. Hambrick for all that she has done for SSFHS students, the science department, faculty, staff, and the campus!

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Posted by: Cynthia Rapaido
Published: 11/27/16

Audience: Students and Homepage

Seniors, Come join us! Reserve your spot today!

Cost:$200 per student.

$100 nonrefundable/nontransferrable deposit to reserve spot

(checks payable to "SSFHS PTSA Grad Nite"

Please write class of 2017 in memo. Balance due March 27th 2017

Please dropoff payment and flyer attachment below with info completed in an envelope marked "Grad Nite 2017" to the front office.

 

Go to schoolloop Homepage Student tab then tab Gradnite 2017 for more information, updates, fundraisers, registration forms etc....

 

contact/email Joan Young & Maritza Camilo

Grad Nite Chairs 2018

ejhmyoung63@gmail.com or mdcamillo19@gmail.com

415-517-4160 or 650-826-1411

 

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Posted by: Lisa Hoo Gonzalez
Published: 10/25/16

Audience: Parents of SSFHS, Assistant Principals, Associates, Parents, Principals, Staff, Students, Sys Admins, Teachers and Homepage

Attention Latino Parents!

Come to the first Latino Parent Meeting on Oct 26 6-8 p.m. in B-3. Please see the attached flyer for all of the monthly Latino Parent Group meetings for this school year! 

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Posted by: Cynthia Rapaido
Published: 10/24/16

Audience: Parents of SSFHS, Assistant Principals, Associates, Parents, Principals, Staff, Students, Sys Admins, Teachers, All Grades, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12 and Homepage



Congratulations to James H. Coleman and Raymond Lin who have been named Commended Students in the 2017 National Merit Scholarship Program!  A Letter of Commendation from the school and National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC), which conducts the program, were presented by Dr. Rapaido to these scholastically talented seniors!

About 34,000 Commended Students throughout the nation are being recognized for their exceptional academic promise.  Although they will not continue in the 2017 competition for National Merit Scholarship awards, Commended Students placed among the top five percent of more that 1.6 million students who entered the 2017 competition by taking the 2015 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT).

"The young men and women being named Commended Students have demonstrated outstanding potential for academic success," commented a spokesperson from NMSC.  "These students represent a valuable national resource; recognizing their accomplishments, as well as the key role their schools play in their academic development, is vital to the advancement of educational excellence in our nation.  We hope that this recognition will help broaden their educational opportunities and encourage them as they continue their pursuit of academic success."
 

 

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Posted by: Cynthia Rapaido
Published: 10/17/16

Audience: Lisa Hoo Gonzalez, APUSH, Art Resources, Capstone Project: Seniors, CHROMEBOOKS, College and Career, Employment, English Resources, EXCEL and WORD, History Day, Library at South San Francisco High School, Social Studies, Students, All Grades, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12, AVID Parents 2014-2015, Parents of SSFHS, Assistant Principals, Associates, Parents, Principals, Staff, Students, Sys Admins, Teachers and Homepage

Go to smile.amazon.com to choose our school South San Francisco High PTSA to start receiving donations from all your purchases! Only purchases made at smile.amazon.com are eligible for donations not Amazon.com.

 

Our special link taking you directly to enroll is http://smile.amazon.com/ch/94-6174508

thank you for your support for all our students @SSFHS

SSFHSPTSA

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Posted by: Lisa Hoo Gonzalez
Published: 10/12/16

Audience: Parents and Homepage

Dear Senior Parents of SSFHS:


We need your help! We are looking for volunteers to be a part of the Grad Nite & Senior Breakfast Committee. We would meet once a month to discuss fundraising opportunities and brainstorming ideas. Please join us to make this year a memorable one for your child.
If interested, please contact:

 

Joan Young, ejhmyoung63@gmail.com or

 

Maritza Camilo, mdcamilo19@gmail.com


Please feel free to contact either one of us for any questions.
We look forward to hearing from you.

 


Joan Young and Maritza Camilo
Grad Nite & Senior Breakfast Committee Chairs

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Posted by: Cynthia Rapaido
Published: 9/13/16

Audience: All Grades, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12, Assistant Principals, Associates, Parents, Principals, Staff, Students, Sys Admins, Teachers and Homepage

CONGRATULATIONS!

 

Congratulations to two of SSFHS staff members, Ms. Jackie Belli and Ms. Linda Hambrick!

 

Ms. Jackie Belli is being recognized for and awarded the Menlo College's 2015-2016 Outstanding San Mateo County Counselor Award.  She is being recognized by the College for her significant work as a guidance counselor offering her expertise to their recruitment efforts in San Mateo County.

 

Ms. Linda Hambrick was recognized August 1 by Ignited (formerly IISME) and is now a Teacher Fellow! 

 

Way to go, Warriors!

 

 

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Posted by: Cynthia Rapaido
Published: 9/2/16

Audience: Parents of SSFHS, Assistant Principals, Associates, Parents, Principals, Staff, Students, Sys Admins, Teachers and Homepage

Dear Parents and Guardians,

 

This is sent to you on behalf of the AAPAC:
 
The African American Parent Advisory Committee remains dedicated to supporting the District’s African American parent community in an effort to improve academic success and educational experience for all students. The AAPAC will continue to provide a forum to share ideas, and provide information regarding community resources, policy, and school programs.  Please continue to partner with the APPAC to share your insight, ideas, and concerns.
 
The AAPAC will continue to meet on the second Tuesday of each month. Unless otherwise noted, the meetings will take place at the Westborough Middle School, Library located at 2570 Westborough Boulevard, South San Francisco, CA 94080. The meetings run from 7:00 to approximately 8:30 on those nights.
 
Dates:
September, 13, 2016 @ 6:30- CHANGED to SEPT 20
October 11, 2016 @ 7:00
November 8, 2016 @ 7:00
December 13, 2016 @ 7:00
January 24, 2016 @ 7:00
March 14, 2016 @ 7:00
April 18, 2016 @ 7:00
May 9, 2016 @ 7:00
June 13, 2016 @ 7:00
 
Upcoming Highlights:
The AAPAC Family BBQ and Meeting is scheduled for September 13 to start at 6:15. Please plan to cone and celebrate the new school year.
 
Thanks you and we look forward to seeing you at the September 13 AAPAC Kick-Off meeting.
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Posted by: Cynthia Rapaido
Published: 8/25/16

Audience: All Grades, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12, Parents of SSFHS and Homepage

Feel free to look at the webinars on college planning:

 

http://www.getcollegefunding.org/lp/monthly-webinars-schools/

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Posted by: Cynthia Rapaido
Published: 5/15/16

Audience: AVID Parents 2014-2015, Parents of SSFHS, APUSH, Art Resources, Capstone Project: Seniors, College and Career, English Resources, EXCEL and WORD, History Day, Library at South San Francisco High School, Social Studies, Students and Homepage

Support Our School Activities & Grad Nite by purchasing gift cards certificates to print Now and Always from Starbucks,JCP, Safeways, Lowes, Petsmart, Petco, gas & more! This is a year round continuous fundraiser!  Potentially if 100 families register we can make $97,000! Email relatives, co-workers, friends etc..to help support.our school. Funds raised to be distributed to each club like Boosters, Avid, Band, Folklorico, ASB etc.. 

Ex: After youy register & signup with Presto Pay, Print your Starbucks certificate & use to apply to your App on your IPhone as you always do on your purchases for coffee!

Please register at www.shopwithscrip.com/shop and use the enrollment code that is assigned to our school to receive the donations. Enrollment code:E3F7ED7248859. 

Thank you, address questions to Lisa Hoo Gonzalez & Olga Aldana at gonzalbyte@aol.com and aldanaol @wellsfargo.com

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Posted by: Lisa Hoo Gonzalez
Published: 12/9/15