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Daily Bulletin

June 11, 2018

This is the final bulletin of the year!


Attention students enrolled in Mr. Tow’s Philosophy class next year, please come by during lunch today to introduce yourself and get a copy of the summer assignment.


Students taking AP Biology next year, please stop by Dr. Baker’s room 207 to receive your Summer Assignment and book.


AP Chemistry students for next year, please stop by Mr. Schoengart’s room 204 to check out a book and discuss the summer assignment.


Attention all Seniors: Please remember to submit a “Request for Final Transcript” for your final school of choice to the registrar.  You can get the form in the counseling office.  Don’t jeopardize your standing at your college.


Students: your library books are now due.  All library books must be returned by next Monday.  You don’t want your parents to receive a bill during the summer.  Seniors: if you have a bill you will not receive your diploma.


Attention all Seniors! Graduation cap, gown and tassels are now in the main office.  You must have a cap and gown at graduation.  If you have ordered a cap and gown but not paid for it the price is $55 cash.


Seniors: Grad Night tickets are still available! Don’t miss out on this awesome night.  Sign-up sheets are in the main office.


The finals schedule is posted on the website.  If you need a copy, they are in the front office.


Community Service Announcement:

Trojans! Interested in learning about environmental stewardship, organic farming, and sustainable living? Looking to engage in activities such as hiking and working with animals? Then look no more.  Slide Ranch is opening up for their Teen Summer camp and Junior Camp counselors program.  Deepen your connection with nature over the summer! For more information, pick up a flyer in the CCC.


Trojans, interested in the Italian Street Painting Festival here in Marin? Then sign up for the “Wonders of Space and Time” event and help out with tickets, aid photographers and sell merchandise.  This event takes place on June 23-24th in downtown San Rafael, for information pick up a flyer in the CCC.

Good luck on your finals!


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.