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Daily Bulletin

March 29, 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.

 

Congratulations Terra Linda!  The Marin Food Bank notified us that you have given 1,697 pounds of food for the food drive.  These donations will provide enough food for 1,414 meals.  Way to go Trojans!!!!

 

 “Harvey” auditions will be Thursday after school in the Performance Center.  Come out for this play about an eccentric millionaire and his best friend, a giant invisible rabbit.  Everyone is welcome.

 

Attention all mathematicians! There is still time to turn in the March Math Department Problem of the Month.  So far only one answer has been submitted, so your chances of winning a gift card a pretty high.  Dr. Foster wants you to know that there is not a single student (or teacher) in the school who cannot do it if they tried.  So for goodness sake, TRY!

 

Hey Interactors! If you are going on the Sacramento trip you must attend a mandatory meeting this Thursday at lunch in room 410.

 

Are you ready for a second Jitters? Well it’s here on Wednesday April 5th from 7-9pm. $3 w/ASB, $4 without ASB and $5 for non-Trojans.  Sign up in your 4th period class if you would like to perform. 

 

Spanish Honor Society: last call for Honor cords.  See Mrs. Gonzalez in room 402 before Thursday.

 

Marin Science Seminar is this evening in room 207 from 7:30-8:30.  The subject this time is: “Where are the Crabs Going?-Using Math to Predict the Future of Our Oceans” with Alma Yesenia Ceja of the Romberg Tiburon Center for Environmental Studies and SFSU.

 

All GSA members: come to room 411 on Thursday at lunch for our GSA meeting.  Day of Silence is approaching and we need to get this ready.  New members are always welcome.  Hope to see you there.

 

Would you like to be a part of the Voice of Poetry here at Terra Linda in the month of April?  Time and spaces are running short so if you are still interested see Ms. O’Brien in room 305 to sign up to read a poem during announcements.

 

This Sunday from 10-1pm MarinSel freshmen LEAD group is hosting a Garden Party @ the MSEL garden. If you have a green thumb and want to make the garden great please come.  Community Service hours will be given.

 

MESSAGE FROM THE CCC

Seniors: Scholarships due March 31: Marin Builders due March 30; Great Clips Cosmetology up to $1500; Mandy Parks $1,000-$5,000.

 

Juniors and Parents: come to College Night, Thursday, April 6th from 6-7:15pm in the San Rafael High Auditorium.  This is a joint event with Terra Linda.  Presenters from UC Berkeley, College of Marin, Sonoma State and Dominican University will give you a great overview of the UC, CSU and Community College systems, plus the Private College process. Spanish translation provided. Sophomores and their parents are also welcome.

 

COMMUNITY SERVICE MESSAGE FO THE WEEK.

Love Frank Lloyd Wright? Love world-class architecture? The Civic Center is looking for Frank Lloyd Wright enthusiasts to become volunteer tour docents at the historic Marin County Civic Center.  Expand and share your knowledge with visitors from all over.  This is an excellent opportunity for volunteers with good speaking voices who enjoy teaching and leading groups on fascinating and educational 1.5 hour walking tours of this national architectural treasure.  Interested individuals must attend an informational orientation and qualify for enrollment.  Expert veteran docents assist with training, and staff provides supervision. Pick up 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.