Good Morning Lions!
P – Prepare for college and career.
Attention future Spanish 2 student! Are you self-motivated, organized, good with technology, and prefer to work independently? Perhaps you should consider enrolling in Spanish 2 Hybrid next year. See Mrs. Machado for more info in room N12.
Track and Field people…your Fan Cloth Sports aparrel is here. Go see coach Boyd in room K-1 and start wearing your cool stuff!
Attention Spanish-speaking students! If you plan to enroll in Spanish or Español classes, you are required to take a placement exam. Placement exams will take place in room N12 at lunch on Mondays, Wednesdays, or Thursdays. If you are already in an Español or Spanish class this semester, you don’t need to come. See Mrs. Machado in room N12 for more information.
Do you want to fulfill university requirements, improve job opportunities, and be recognized at graduation with a seal of biliteracy, then enroll in a World Language course! 4 year programs offered in Spanish, French, Vietnamese and Espanol.
Ever thought about being an award winning Westminster High School cheerleader? Now’s your chance! Tryouts are April 8th – the 11th. Pick up your tryout materials in T1 or J25 today!
All freshman athletes. On March 26th & April 2nd you will being taking the California Physical Fitness Test. This is not optional, All freshman must take the test as it is mandated by the state. Boys you will meet at the PE Facility at 7:45am on March 26th and girls you will meet at the PE facility at 7:45am on April 2nd. Do not be late!
Seniors…because of popular demand and the fact that many people are lazy we have one more page open for Seniors to be in the Yearbook. Come in to the Yearbook room at lunch with a nice look and $15 and you are in the Senior section of the Yearbook. We have one week to finish the book. Don’t be left out or forgotten. You could be the next Debbie Green or Richard Brown.
Clubs, Clubs, Clubs…If you you want your Club photo in the Yearbook then give it to the Yearbook staff faster than the other clubs. That’s right…space is limited. The next 16 clubs to give us their photo and names of all members in the photo along with their 50 word summary of what your club did this year will be in the Yearbook. Send all photos and words to email@example.com.
Do you need information about what classes to take in World Languages? Or do you have questions about AP or Honors classes in French, Spanish, or Vietnamese? Come and meet your future teachers today at lunch in front of N6 – Abbey Square.
Lions, are you interested in taking college courses on our campus free of charge and earning college credit while you are still in high school? Please take a few moments to complete a survey to let us know how you feel about this opportunity and to let us know which courses you might be interested in taking. Check your email to find the link to the survey or go to the main page of our website.
Hey lions, GSA will have a meeting today in room E-7, Mr. Kadmiri’s room during lunch! Bring your friends and we’ll see you there!!
Students , Having trouble with your school work? need some advice about college? or
just advice in general? then Project HOPE is the program for you. We provide tutoring in
all subjects, one on one peer advising, college preparation workshops. ust come to
room L-3 every Tuesday afterschool from 3-5:30 and we can get you started. If you
have any questions, come by L3 and ask for Mr. Pham or Mr. Burns.
ASB applications for appointed positions are available in the Activities Office! Last day to turn them in to the ASB room (G1) is Thursday April 11.
Hey, batter, batter, hey batter, batter swing. I’ve got to just do my thing. Hey, batter, batter, hey batter, batter swing. You heard that song! Make your way to the Varsity Baseball game this Friday to watch them take on the Garden Grove Argonauts at our home field. See you there!