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Daily Bulletin

May 19, 2017


The custodians wanted you to know: it is not their responsibility to pick up your litter.  Show pride in your school and respect for your custodians and pick up your trash.


Trojans, do you need community service hours? Ushers are needed for tomorrow’s performances of “Harvey” at 2pm and 7:30pm in the Performance Center.  Help out by monitoring the doors, seeing people in, and ripping tickets.  To sign up, simply write your name and phone number on the sign-up sheet outside of Mr. Pryor’s room (802) and more information will be sent to you.


Cartoon club meeting in room 309 today at lunch.  We are watching “Teen Titans”.


Attention all Dance Club members, please come to Gym 1 today during lunch to discuss some important events.


Calling all Senior Procrastinators! If you have not purchased your cap and gown, the company will be here May 30th for any late orders.  It will be $55 cash. You cannot walk across the stage without a cap and gown.


Seniors: if you are interested in auditioning to speak at graduation, the tryouts will be Monday May 22nd at lunch.  Please sign up with Mrs. Tremolada in the front office.  If you have any questions see Mr. Celli in the main office.


Seniors if you would like to perform at graduation or sing the National Anthem, auditions will be Friday May 26th at lunch.


Also Seniors, if you are planning to walk across the stage at graduation, you need to turn in your commencement paperwork.  It also tells me how many tickets you will need at graduation.  Yes you do need tickets for graduation.


Nick Slanec would like the Seniors to know: Have you been recorded for the Senior Video? If not, meet at the amphitheater at lunch with an idea of what you are going to do.  The recordings will be 1-2 seconds.


Students taking AP Environmental Science next year, stop by Ms. Frack’s room 201, to introduce yourself and pick up a copy of the summer assignment.


The Music Department is having a Spring Concert featuring Wind Ensemble, Orchestra, Jazz Band and Choir at 7pm May 24th.  It will be in the Performance Center and it is free.


Ticket sales for the Spring comedy, “Harvey”, are on sale now in the student store for $5 for students $10 for adults.  Performances are this evening at 7:30 and Saturday at 2pm and 7:30pm in the Performance Center.


Senior Ball.  WE have a limited number of tickets remaining for sale.  It is a first come first served deal.  Once they are gone they are gone.  No exceptions, so get ‘em while they last.  $125 single $250 couple. 


Prom can be stressful and expensive! If you are on free and reduced lunch, Next Generation Scholars has everything you need from corsages to tuxedos and dresses. If you are interested contact:


Reminder to all athletes: all uniforms & equipment are now due to the athletic office.  Bills for $250 have been prepared and will be going out in the mail on Friday.


Girls interested in Golf in the Fall, there is a meeting today at lunch in the athletic office DP2.



Students are you considering a career in film, journalism, television, video or just want to take a cool college class for credit? Sign up for the College of Marin Film 150 class to be taught in the Fall at TL on Wednesdays from 3:10-6pm.   COM concurrent enrollment flyer in the CCC.


Attention Juniors and Seniors: 3 paid Marin internships are still available with Metropolitan Transit Commission.  You must live and go to school in Marin, have completed 10th grade and be at least 16 by June 22nd.  Get paid $14 an hour to learn about the role of transportations agencies in the community and provide transit agencies and traffic engineers with entry-level assistance.  Flyer in the CCC and is due May 22nd.  Act now for a full-time summer job!



Trojans, there will be a Habitat restoration at Phoenix Lake this Saturday, May 20th from 9am till noon.  Join the crew to remove invasive French Broom plants.  It is advised that you wear closed-toe shoes, long pants and bring your own lunch.  Tools and snacks will be provided.


The Mountain Play needs volunteer to work as ushers, ticket takers, hike guides and more on Sundays, from May 21st to June 18th for their showings of Beauty and the Beast as well as their Magic Mountain Music Festival on June 10th.

For more information on these opportunities pick up a flyer in the CCC.

The daily bulletin provides important information about student activities, athletics, school deadlines, contest or scholarship opportunities, and college representative visits. The daily bulletin will be read during the announcement period before 4th period Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday and before 5th period on Wednesday. 

If students miss the reading of the daily bulletin it will be posted here. It is the student’s responsibility to keep up with the information contained in the daily bulletin.