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Daily Bulletin

January 19, 2018

 

 

Attention all Seniors: if your college is requesting mid-year transcripts, please make sure to come by the counseling office to complete a request form.  Mid-year transcripts for Common Apps will automatically be submitted.

 

Attention all Trojans, here is your chance! If you want your club represented in this year’s yearbook please sign your club up in room 59 with Ms. Crawford.  TODAY is the last possible day to get your club photo taken.

 

Hey Trojans, make sure to check out “The Voice” website for exciting new features and columns this semester.  If you have an idea for a story, please drop by room 307 to chat with one of our friendly staff.

 

Spanish Honor Society: returning members please come to a meeting Monday at lunch in room 402 to find out about running for office.  Please be prompt.

 

We have 3 College of Marin classes here at Terra Linda this spring.  If you are interested check with your counselor to sign up.  Deadline to apply is Friday January 26. 

 

College of Marin counselors are here today at lunch to assist you in registering for Spring classes.

 

Applications for CSF, our California State Honor Roll, are now available in the counseling office and the TL website. If you have earned a minimum of three “A”’s and 2 “B”’s in your core classes and A-G electives you will be eligible.  Why join CSF? Later, in your senior year, there may be scholarships and awards connected with beginning 4, 5 or 6 semester participant in CSF. You have until February 2nd to sign up.

 

It’s that time of year! Winter Formal is here.  It will be on Friday January 26th at the B street Community Center.  Tickets are on sale for $10 with an ASB sticker and $15 without sold in the Student Store at break and lunch only.  Get your tickets now before the price goes up.  Last day to purchase tickets will be Tuesday January 23rd at lunch.  No tickets will be sold at the door. Be sure to look at flyer for information on the dress code and more!  Guest passes must be turned in by TODAY. They are available in the front office. No late passes will be accepted. 

 

Hey TL! The blood drive will be on Friday February 2nd.  You can sign up to donate and get permission slips in the front office or in your English Classes.  You must be 16 to donate and you do require a permission slip if you are 18. 

 

From the CCC:

 

Seniors: check the CCC for incoming local scholarships or look online on the Naviance website.  Eligibility is by GPA, ethnicity, income, interests.

 

Juniors: If you will be taking the SAT or ACT, there is free online test prep available at CollegeBoard.org.  You can also borrow a study guide from the CCC.

 

Community Service:

Trojans, would you love to get hands on experience with history? Would you like to spend time with local veterans and military history enthusiasts? Then help out these people by volunteering to restore the Nike Missile site, which was built back during the tense time of the old war.  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.