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Daily Bulletin

Daily Bulletin

October 22, 2018


The MCAL Coaches in Girls Golf awarded the “Spirit of the Game” award to Izzy Gold! Congratulations!


Halloween Wednesday October 31st.  Message from Mrs. Dunlap: in one week we will be celebrating Halloween.  Students and staff are encouraged to wear costumes.  That said, I fully expect all costumes worn on our campus to be appropriate, in good fun and suitable for high school age students. Fake weapons of any type are not allowed, nor are excessively revealing costumes.  Clown costumes are also not permitted.  Students wearing costumes deemed inappropriate by Terra Linda High School administration will be directed to remove their costume and wear regular clothes- no exceptions or arguments.  It should be a fun day!


The Culinary Club meeting has been changed to next Monday October 29th.


Interested in joining the mountain bike team? Stop by Mr. Schoengart’s room 204 Tuesday at lunch to learn more.


Come to the Activism Club tomorrow at lunch in room 307 to help plan upcoming events such as a rally to raise awareness of climate change.  Use your voice to make change in our community.


The last home game for our Water Polo team is this evening against San Marin.  Varsity Boys @5pm, JV Boys @6pm, JV Girls @7pm and Varsity Girls @ 8pm.  It is Senior Night.


Bell Game shirts are here! if you ordered a Bell Game/Stenberg Memorial shirt, there will be an athletic boosters table set up in the courtyard this Wednesday during brunch and lunch.  Please be sure to come and get your shirt as this will be the only time to get them. If you did not order a shirt, but would like to purchase one, there are a limited number of small, medium and large available for purchase also on Wednesday for $15 each.  There will also be TL spirit wear available for purchase for this Friday’s TL Pride day.  Cash, check and credit card accepted.


What’s up Trojans! This week is Red Ribbon week. This is a whole week dedicated to being high on life and not on drugs. Tuesday is Twin Day; Wednesday wear Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness; Thursday wear Red promoting Drug Awareness and Friday TL Pride (wear your Trojan Spirit, blue and gold).


Jitters is this week Wednesday evening.  It is an open-mic, low-key talent show held in the cafeteria.  $2 gets you in! and food will also be sold.  If you are interested in being the MC for this event, see Mr. Lubamersky in room 51.  If you want to perform, the sign-up sheets are in your 4th period class or in the main office.


Hey TL, need some motivation to clean out those chaotic closets? Or your overflowing garage? Well you are in luck, because it is time for the annual fall AVID Rummage Sale.  Bring donations of shoes, clothes, electronics, furniture and other household items to Mrs. Rose in room 301. Join us at the rummage sale to support our TL AVID program on Saturday November 3rd from 8am – noon in the cafeteria. 


2019 Senior quotes are due this Friday October 26th.  Find an appropriate quotation that represents you and submit your form to the Yearbook advisor, Mrs. King in room 307 before the 26th.

News from the CCC:


University of Miami, Florida will be here today at 2:15

University of British Columbia and Dominican University will visit on Tuesday October 23rd at lunch and Brown University and The American University of Rome is here at 2pm.

Scripps Women’s College (of the Clairmont Colleges) is here on Wednesday at lunch and Northwestern University at 1pm. 

Thursday UC Berkeley will be here at lunch for Juniors and Seniors only, the US AirForce will be in the quad at lunch and Seattle University will visit at 2pm.


Energy Conservation Competition: TL has been entered in the energy conservation competition for 80 high schools to compete in reducing the most amount of energy.  The school that achieves the largest percentage reduction in electricity usage from October 24th through November 13th will win the grand prize of $900.  Here are 5 ways you can help:

  1. Reduce air conditioning and heating usage.
  2. Use shades on hot days.
  3. Turn off lights when you leave a room.
  4. Use a smart power strip when charging your devices.
  5. Unplug your device when not in use.

Do your part to help TL win!!! 

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