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Daily Bulletin

March 20, 2018



Show your spirit and support for World Down Syndrome Day buy wearing your fun and funky socks tomorrow!


Hello Fashionistas! Hope you had a great weekend.  We are going to keep today’s meeting short and informational so don’t miss it.  New members are always welcome. Come to room 310 for lunch!


Hey Students did you know you can pre-register to vote? If you are 16-18 come to room 302 this week @ lunch and register to vote.  It is Easy. It is Free and it Matters.  There will be food.  So far there are over 115 students registered.


Friendship club meets today at lunch in room 23.  Come hang out with some awesome friends and find out how to volunteer with Special Olympics track and field.


Attention all Geometry students: the next helper clinic is this week.  This week’s focus is on graphing lines, so if you struggled with problem number #2, this is the clinic for you.  It is Thursday at lunch in room 108.  Bring your lunch and come get the help you need. Again, that’s this Thursday at lunch in room 108.


After School Improv with David Abrams will be today at 3:45 in the Studio theater.  All are welcome.


Want to help support the students at TL? Link Crew applications are available at the office or with Mr. Pryor for Sophomores and Juniors who want to make a difference.


The Culinary Academy has room for more students! Pick up an application form with Mrs. Galbreath or the counseling office.  The next meeting is March 28th to celebrate the coming of spring with our cuisine.  See you in the kitchen!


If you are planning to take one or more AP Exams, fill out the form and return it with payment by check, cash or credit card to Ms. Barone in the Student Store no later than Wednesday March 21st.  It is very important the name if the exam is correct to ensure we order the proper exam.  Online purchases may be made at, then click on the Student Store link and follow the login instructions.


Our Pennies for Patients drive will be ending this. The class that raises the most money will receive a Pizza Party provided by ASB.


Kaiser Health Forum applications are out the CCC.  The deadline to apply is TODAY.  Applying does not guarantee selection to the event.


Potential Journalists: please come to a lunch meeting in room 307 on Friday March 23rd to meet our current staff, ask questions and generate ideas! We want journalists that represent all communities within our big Terra Linda family and to cover stories that reach everyone.  Want to be an arts and entertainment writer?  Sports journalist? Want to cover issues in the LGBTQ community, MarinSel, Drama, Special Ed and more? Care about politics (on ALL sides) and social justice? There’s a column with your name on it.  307 on Friday at lunch.


Senior who want to apply to College of Marin, SRJC or other community colleges please come to the CCC to sign-up in the white binder.  COM reps will help you apply during tutorial on Wednesday March 21st in the library computer lab.  You can also sign up for the COM placement tests being held on April 25th.


For the Month of March, the Feminism club will be recognizing a notable woman from history each day.  Today’s notable woman is: Marsha P. Johnson was an African American trans woman who advocated for LGBT rights.  She was one of the most prominent figures of the Stonewall uprising in 1969 and a founding member of the Gay Liberation Front.  She was also an AIDS activist with ACT UP.



Community Service:

Trojans, do you love animals? Would you like to help restore the native habitats of animals here in Marin? If you are interested join family and other volunteers at the Marin Stables this Saturday March 24th for some habitat restoration.  For more information, 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.