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Weekly Bulletin - The Week of September 05, 2022
Weekly Schedule Monday September 5 is the Labor Day holiday, there is NO SCHOOL.
Tuesday, September 6 is a B day
Wednesday, September 7 is an A day
Thursday, September 8 is a B day
Friday, September 9 is an A day.
Transportation News! For transportation information and the application, please complete this form. CLICK HERE
Athletic News! Girls Basketball **Looking for more players. If you are a 6th grader that is interested in playing, see Mrs. Lopez for more details. ::Soccer players please turn in your signed completed paperwork to Mrs. Lopez TODAY!
The first Soccer game is this week, Thursday, September 8 @ Lawrence Jones School in Rohnert Park.
STUDENT/PARENT BULLETIN Picture retake day is Wednesday, September 28. All students who need a retake or missed picture day (August 11) will be excused by grade level in an announcement over the PA System.
Library News! If you have not seen Mrs. Little to trade in your Chromebook for a touch screen Chromebook, please bring her your old one and the charger.
STUDENT BULLETIN Student who wish to make an appointment to meet with Mrs. Murray, School counselor. You may scan the QR code around campus or click the link here.
PARENT/STUDENT BULLETIN This week on Thursday, September 8 is the first PTO (@5:30 pm) and ELAC (@6:30 pm) Parent meetings. These meetings are held in the Altimira Library. We encourage all parents to get involved and attend a meeting.
STUDENT BULLETIN Quotes worth repeating:
“Mathematics knows no races or geographic boundaries; for mathematics, the cultural world is one country.” – David Hilbert
STUDENT BULLETIN Tech Tip for this week:
It is very important to never share your password or your Chromebook with another student. If you are having trouble, check in with Mrs. Little in the Library.
STUDENT BULLETIN-Birthdays This week's birthdays:
Happy Birthday on Thursday, September 8 Sofia Osorio Torres
Saturday, September 10 Bella Crews, Liliana Montes Sotelo
Sunday, September 11 to Sofi Rosado Cauich, Leonardo Gutierrez-Tellez
STUDENT BULLETIN Fun History Facts:
31 BC Battle of Actium: a decisive naval battle that effectively ends the Roman Republic.
1666 The Great Fire of London begins at 2am in Pudding Lane, 80% of London is destroyed
1192 Sultan Saladin and King Richard the Lionheart of England sign treaty over Jerusalem, at end of the Third Crusade
1798 First bank robbery in the US: Bank of Pennsylvania robbed of $162,821 at Carpenter's Hall, Philadelphia
1859 A solar superstorm affects electrical telegraph service.
1900 The Telegraph between Germany & US began for communications.
1936 NFL Game: Chicago All-Stars v. Detroit Lions ended in a 7:7 tie
1971 Teenage debutants Chris Evert & Jimmy Connors win their first matches at the US Open Tennis Championships at Forest Hills
1931 American crooner Bing Crosby makes his solo radio debut on his "15 Minutes with Bing Crosby"
1972 Rod Stewart's 1st #1 hit single in the UK "You Wear it Well" hit the charts
Labor Day is a federal holiday in the United States of America. It’s celebrated every year on the first Monday in September. The purpose of Labor Day is to celebrate the laborers who worked to build the United States. into what it is today. It also recognizes the importance of the labor movement in society.
1422 Henry VI becomes King of England at the age of 9 months
1837 Ralph Waldo Emerson gives his famous "The American Scholar" speech at Harvard University declaring American literary independence from Europe.
1842 Micah Rugg patents a nuts & bolts machine
1850 California pioneers organized at Montgomery & Clay Streets in San Francisco.
1886 1st major earthquake recorded in eastern US, at Charleston, South Carolina
1894 Phillies, Billy Hamilton steals 7 bases
1895 1st pro football game (QB John Brallier paid $10 & won 12-0)
STUDENT BULLETIN PACK PAW WINNERS
6th Grade - Melia Suazo
7th Grade- Alivia Plexico
8th Grade- Jalayah Linarte