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Palos Verdes Peninsula High School 

PALOS VERDES PENINSULA HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN FOR WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 2019

 

SPECIAL EVENTS

DECLARE DAY

Seniors! TODAY is Declare Day, so wear clothing that represents where you’ll be attending in the fall. Join the class of 2019 in the amphitheater during lunch and celebrate.

 

YARD SIGNS AND MUGS It’s not too late for seniors (or proud parents) to purchase mugs and graduating yard signs. Click here for the order forms and bring them to P115 anytime this week.

 

GRAD NIGHT OPENINGS

Attention seniors -- due to popular demand, 20 additional spots have opened up for Grad Nite. Don’t miss the last senior class party of the year! Register and pay online at penhighgradnite.org.

 

LAST CHORAL CONCERT OF THE YEAR

Don’t miss the chance to listen to the harmonies of Pen’s choirs at the final concert Friday, May 31 and Saturday, June 1. Both concerts start at 7:30 pm in the PAC. Tickets may be ordered by clicking on this link and are $20 for adults; $10 for students. A limited number of tickets will be available at the door.

 

RISING SENIORS PARKING PASSES

Sign-up sheets are on the counter in the Hawthorne Office for juniors to request senior parking passes for the 2019-2020 school year. Last day to sign up is Friday, July 28.

 

GENERAL

CLOTHING DONATIONS

Want to help those adversely affected by the California wildfires? Bring your gently used clothes to the box in front of Ms. Sidella’s classroom (H14) TODAY through Friday, May 24. Your generosity is greatly appreciated.

 

ATTENTION JUNIORS

If you would like to order a letterman jacket and/or a class ring, Herff Jones will be here TOMORROW, May 23 at lunch in the amphitheater. Last chance!

 

BLOOD DRIVE APPROACHING

There is still time to turn in your blood drive forms! Please give all three signed pages to any Service Learning Leadership member or put them in Ms. Myrick’s mailbox in the Hawthorne Office. Last minute forms will also be accepted on the day of the blood drive this Thursday, May 24. You can save a life!

 

DEADLINE EXTENDED

Interested in being part of PLUS Leadership next year? The deadline to apply has been extended to this Friday, May 24. Fill out the application and put it in Mr. Daley’s mailbox in the Hawthorne Office as soon as possible.

 

CLUBS

MU ALPHA THETA GRADUATION CORDS PICKUP

Attention senior Mu Alpha Theta members: remember to pick up your graduation cords TODAY or TOMORROW, May 23 during lunch in S45. Be sure to bring all the required documents. If you have any questions, email penmathteam@gmail.com.

 

CLUB 4TH QUARTER REPORTS & FORMS

If you are a club that wants to continue into the 2019-2020 school year, you must turn in the fourth quarter report and renewal forms to P115 by Friday, May 24. No exceptions will be made.

 

COLLEGE CAREER CENTER

SANTA MONICA COLLEGE

A representative from Santa Monica College will be in the CCC TODAY at 9:00 am to answer questions and help with the registration process.

 

EL CAMINO COLLEGE REP

If you are interested in attending El Camino College, a representative will be in the CCC at noon this Friday, May 24 to assist with the registration process and answer questions.

 

COUNSELING OFFICE

FINAL TRANSCRIPT REQUEST

The clock is ticking! There are only 6 school days left in this year and seniors need to order their final transcript to be sent to the college or university you’ll be attending this fall. If you are a student athlete, your final transcript also needs to be sent to the NCAA. And don’t forget to do the senior survey on Naviance! See Mrs. Juge in counseling ASAP!

 

PRIVATE SCHOOL ONLINE COURSES

If you plan to take an online course from a private school, you must complete the Out of District Course Application before enrolling. This ensures the course will be accepted onto your Pen transcript. Forms are available at the front counter of the counseling office. Deadline to turn in the form for approval is Friday, May 31.

ATHLETICS

SENIOR ATHLETES

If you are a senior competing next year for a college or university, see Mr. Yoshida as soon as possible.

 

Palos Verdes Peninsula High School 

PALOS VERDES PENINSULA HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN FOR TUESDAY, MAY 21, 2019

CAASPP TESTING SCHEDULE

Testing: 8:00 to 10:15 am

All juniors report to assigned rooms according to last name by 7:55 am.

Room assignments are posted outside the Health Office, Attendance and Counseling.

TODAY: Periods 0, 2, 4, and 6

Period 0: 10:30 to 11:00 Period 2: 11:05 to 12:03

Period 4: 12:09 to 1:07 Lunch: 1:07 to 1:42

Period 6: 1:47 to 2:45

SPECIAL EVENTS

PICNIC BASKET SPECIAL

Only four more days to get ready for those hazy, crazy days of summer with a picnic basket from the food cart at the library. Filled with a crispy drumstick, corn on the cob and a roll, it’s only available TODAY at lunch plus this Thursday and next week Tuesday and Thursday.

 

LAST CHORAL CONCERT OF THE YEAR

Don’t miss the chance to listen to the harmonies of Pen’s choirs at the final concert Friday, May 31 and Saturday, June 1. Both concerts start at 7:30 pm in the PAC. Tickets may be ordered by clicking on this link and are $20 for adults; $10 for students. A limited number of tickets will be available at the door.

GENERAL

CLOTHING DONATIONS

Want to help those adversely affected by the California wildfires? Bring your gently used clothes to the box in front of Ms. Sidella’s classroom (H14) TODAY through Friday, May 24. Your generosity is greatly appreciated.

 

DEADLINE EXTENDED

Interested in being part of PLUS Leadership next year? The deadline to apply has been extended to this Friday, May 24. Fill out the application and put it in Mr. Daley’s mailbox in the Hawthorne Office as soon as possible.

 

RECYCLE YOUR BATTERIES

TODAY is the last day to bring your used AA and AAA batteries to the recycling box outside the Main Office.

 

COLLEGE ESSAY WORKSHOP

Need help writing your college personal statement? Then consider the summer workshop taught by Denise Miller on Tuesdays, June 25, July 9, 16 and 23. Contact Ms. Miller at denisehmiller@gmail.com or call (310) 525-0967 for more information. Classes will be held in P206 and P207.

 

S.A.T. SUMMER WORKSHOP

Starting on June 23, DB Academics will offer at Pen a SAT preparation workshop for the upcoming test on August 24. The workshop will continue Monday through Friday until July 30. Classes will be held in P206 and P207. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the PTSA. Deadline to register is Wednesday, June 19. For further information contact daacad777@yahoo.com or call (310) 377-4509.

CLUBS

HARRY POTTER CLUB

Come to the final meeting of the year during lunch TODAY in S32. We’re celebrating the winners of the House Cup with pizza!

 

MU ALPHA THETA GRADUATION CORDS PICKUP

Attention senior Mu Alpha Theta members: remember to pick up your graduation cords TOMORROW, May 22 or Thursday, May 23 during lunch in S45. Be sure to bring all the required documents. If you have any questions, email penmathteam@gmail.com.

 

NEHS

Sophomores and juniors: if you are interested in joining a community of readers and writers, consider applying to the National English Honors Society. Applications are due by Wednesday, June 5. Applications are available in your English class, Counseling Office, Hawthorne Office and H66.

 

CLUB 4TH QUARTER REPORTS & FORMS

If you are a club that wants to continue into the 2019-2020 school year, you must turn in the fourth quarter report and renewal forms to P115 by Friday, May 24. No exceptions will be made.

COLLEGE CAREER CENTER

SANTA MONICA COLLEGE

A representative from Santa Monica College will be in the CCC TOMORROW, May 22 at 9:00 am to answer questions and help with the registration process.

 

EL CAMINO COLLEGE REP

If you are interested in attending El Camino College, a representative will be in the CCC at noon this Friday, May 24 to assist with the registration process and answer questions.

COUNSELING OFFICE

FINAL TRANSCRIPT REQUEST

The clock is ticking! There are only 8 school days left in this year and seniors need to order their final transcript to be sent to the college or university you’ll be attending this fall. If you are a student athlete, your final transcript also needs to be sent to the NCAA. And don’t forget to do the senior survey on Naviance! See Mrs. Juge in counseling ASAP!

 

Palos Verdes Peninsula High School 

PALOS VERDES PENINSULA HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN FOR MONDAY, MAY 20, 2019

 

CAASPP TESTING SCHEDULE

Testing: 8:00 to 10:15 am

All juniors report to assigned rooms according to last name by 7:55 am.

Room assignments are posted outside the Health Office, Attendance and Counseling.

TODAY: Periods 0, 1, 3, and 5

Period 0: 10:30 to 11:00 Period 1: 11:05 to 12:03

Period 3: 12:09 to 1:07 Lunch: 1:07 to 1:42

Period 5: 1:47 to 2:45

 

SPECIAL EVENTS

LIBRARY AND TECH LAB CLOSED

Starting TODAY, the library and tech are closed for the rest of the school year. The library is open for printing only at Panther Time and lunch.

 

SPEECH AND DEBATE PERFORMANCE

Don’t miss seeing our speech and debate team members perform their award winning skills TONIGHT at 7:00 pm in the PAC. It’s free and it might even inspire you to join speech and debate next year.

 

CHIPOTLE FUND RAISER

Come to the Chipotle in Peninsula Center TODAY between 5:00 and 9:00 pm and help our choir. Mention you’re a Pen High choir supporter at checkout and 33% of your check goes to our choir boosters.

 

RISING SENIORS PARKING PASSES

Sign-up sheets are on the counter in the Hawthorne Office for juniors to request senior parking passes for the 2019-2020 school year. Last day to sign up is Friday, July 28.

 

GENERAL

CLOTHING DONATIONS

Want to help those adversely affected by the California wildfires? Bring your gently used clothes to the box in front of Ms. Sidella’s classroom (H14) TODAY through Friday, May 24. Your generosity is greatly appreciated.

 

DEADLINE EXTENDED

Interested in being part of PLUS Leadership next year? The deadline to apply has been extended to this Friday, May 24. Fill out the application and put it in Mr. Daley’s mailbox in the Hawthorne Office as soon as possible.

 

DOCENTS NEEDED

If you would like to learn more about the nature and history of our area and assist visitors at the Point Vicente Interpretive Center, the Los Serenos de Point Vicente junior docent program is for you. The program, open to all freshmen and sophomores, has many community service opportunities. Go to Losserenos.org or LosSerenosdePointVicente.com for details.

 

RECYCLE YOUR BATTERIES

Bring your used AA and AAA batteries to the recycling box outside the Main Office.

 

CLUBS

CLUB 4TH QUARTER REPORTS & FORMS

If you are a club that wants to continue into the 2019-2020 school year, you must turn in the fourth quarter report and renewal forms to P115 by Friday, May 24. No exceptions will be made.

 

COLLEGE CAREER CENTER

SANTA MONICA COLLEGE

A representative from Santa Monica College will be in the CCC on Wednesday, May 22 at 9:00 am to answer questions and help with the registration process.

 

EL CAMINO COLLEGE REP

If you are interested in attending El Camino College, a representative will be in the CCC at noon this Friday, May 24 to assist with the registration process and answer questions.

 

COUNSELING OFFICE

PRIVATE SCHOOL ONLINE COURSES

If you plan to take an online course from a private school, you must complete the Out of District Course Application before enrolling. This ensures the course will be accepted onto your Pen transcript. Forms are available at the front counter of the counseling office. Deadline to turn in the form for approval is Friday, May 31.

 

FINAL TRANSCRIPT REQUEST

The clock is ticking! There are only 9 school days left in this year and seniors need to order their final transcript to be sent to the college or university you’ll be attending this fall. If you are a student athlete, your final transcript also needs to be sent to the NCAA. And don’t forget to do the senior survey on Naviance! See Mrs. Juge in counseling ASAP!

 

ATHLETICS

GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL TRYOUTS

Girls’ volleyball tryouts are TODAY in the gym from 3:00 to 4:30 pm. You must bring current proof of physical.

 

Palos Verdes Peninsula High School 

PALOS VERDES PENINSULA HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN FOR FRIDAY, MAY 17 2019

REMINDER: Special CAASPP Testing Schedule on Monday (May 20)

 

SPECIAL EVENTS

LAST DAY FOR AP EXAMS

Attention all AP students! AP exams finish TODAY. All exams are administered in the Kelly Johnson Fieldhouse unless otherwise noted. YOU MUST ARRIVE 30 MINUTES BEFORE THE EXAM TO CHECK IN. Bring to the exam room your Pen ID, No. 2 pencils with erasers (no mechanical pencils), pens with black or dark blue ink, a snack and calculator (if required for your exam). All these items must be in a clear, plastic bag. DO NOT BRING: electronics, bags, purses, wallets, books/study materials, paper, highlighters or whiteout. If you bring any of these items, you will have to leave and put them in your car/locker. Students with morning exams are excused from periods zero to four; students with afternoon exams are excused from periods four through six.

Today’s exams 8:00 am --- Microeconomics and Music Theory

Noon --- Computer Science and Latin

VARSITY DANCE SHOW

Don’t miss this chance to see Pen’s award winning varsity dance team perform TONIGHT at 6:00 pm in the gym. Tickets are $7 presale, $10 at the door. Presale tickets may be purchased from any of the dancers or Mrs. Hendrick.

 

LIBRARY AND TECH LAB CLOSING

Starting this Monday, May 20, the library and tech will be closed for the rest of the school year. The library will be open for printing only at Panther Time and lunch. Plan accordingly!

 

FINAL BOOK SALE

Stock up for your summer reading and visit the book sale inside the library TODAY. Hardcovers are $2; paperbacks $1. Don’t miss it!

 

SPEECH AND DEBATE PERFORMANCE

Don’t miss seeing our speech and debate team members perform their award winning skills on Monday, May 20 at 7:00 pm in the PAC. It’s free and it might even inspire you to join speech and debate next year.

 

CHIPOTLE FUND RAISER

Come to the Chipotle in Peninsula Center on Monday, May 20 between 5:00 and 9:00 pm and help our choir. Mention you’re a Pen High choir supporter at checkout and 33% of the proceeds goes to our choir boosters.

 

RISING SENIORS PARKING PASSES

Sign-up sheets are on the counter in the Hawthorne Office for juniors to request senior parking passes for the 2019-2020 school year. Last day to sign up is Friday, July 28.

 

GENERAL

PREORDERS

Preorder your literary magazine for $10 TODAY. Orders may be placed with your English teacher or Mrs. Okamoto in H65.

 

SENIOR REMINDER

Bring in your order forms for senior mugs and Class of 2019 yard signs by TODAY. Order forms are available at pvphs.com under “Panther Picks” or you can download the mug order form here and the yard sign order form here. Turn in your completed orders to P115.

 

LEIS FOR GRADUATES

Celebrate your senior’s accomplishment by ordering a Walteria Flowers lei from Girls’ Basketball. The order form was mailed home in the senior mailer and is posted on the school website. Completed order forms and checks may be mailed or dropped off in Coach Kelly’s faculty mailbox at the Hawthorne Office. Deadline to order is TODAY.

 

PRINCIPAL’S ADVISORY COUNCIL

If you would like to let Principal Kuykendall know what students think about issues affecting them at Pen, consider joining the PAC for the 2019-2020 school year. It’s a way of keeping communication open between our principal and Pen students. Applications are available in the Main Office or by clicking here for current Pen students. If you are an incoming 9th grader, click here for an application. All applications must be turned in to the Main Office by TODAY.

 

CLOTHING DONATIONS

Want to help those adversely affected by the California wildfires? Bring your gently used clothes to the box in front of Ms. Sidella’s classroom (H14) TODAY through Friday, May 24. Your generosity is greatly appreciated.

 

ATTENTION BLOOD DONORS

Donors for the annual UCLA blood drive must turn in your permission slip to any Service Learning Leadership member or put it in Ms. Myrick’s Hawthorne Office mailbox by Thursday, May 23. If you want to donate blood during third period, please write “Period 3” on the bottom of the form. Contact 1010kimly@gmail.com with questions.

 

DEADLINE EXTENDED

Interested in being part of PLUS Leadership next year? The deadline to apply has been extended to Friday, May 24. Fill out the application and put it in Mr. Daley’s mailbox in the Hawthorne Office as soon as possible.

 

 

 

BOOK BANK DONATIONS

Help out the Book Bank and donate new or gently used children’s books. The collection box is at the library. Email ninaii2001@gmail.com with questions.

 

DOCENTS NEEDED

If you would like to learn more about the nature and history of our area and assist visitors at the Point Vicente Interpretive Center, the Los Serenos de Point Vicente junior docent program is for you. The program, open to all freshmen and sophomores, has many community service opportunities. Go to Losserenos.org or LosSerenosdePointVicente.com for details.

 

RECYCLE YOUR BATTERIES

Bring your used AA and AAA batteries to the recycling box outside the Main Office.

 

COLLEGE ESSAY WORKSHOP

Need help writing your college personal statement? Then consider the summer workshop taught by Denise Miller on Tuesdays, June 25, July 9, 16 and 23. Contact Ms. Miller at denisehmiller@gmail.com or call (310) 525-0967 for more information. Classes will be held in P206 and P207.

 

S.A.T. SUMMER WORKSHOP

Starting on June 23, DB Academics will offer at Pen a SAT preparation workshop for the upcoming test on August 24. The workshop will continue Monday through Friday until July 30. Classes will be held in P206 and P207. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the PTSA. Deadline to register is Wednesday, June 19. For further information contact daacad777@yahoo.com or call (310) 377-4509.

 

CLUBS

CLUB 4TH QUARTER REPORTS & FORMS

If you are a club that wants to continue into the 2019-2020 school year, you must turn in the fourth quarter report and renewal forms to P115 by Friday, May 24. No exceptions will be made.

 

COUNSELING OFFICE

FINAL TRANSCRIPT REQUEST

The clock is ticking! There are only 10 school days left in this year and seniors need to order their final transcript to be sent to the college or university you’ll be attending this fall. If you are a student athlete, your final transcript also needs to be sent to the NCAA. And don’t forget to do the senior survey on Naviance! See Mrs. Juge in counseling ASAP!

 

Palos Verdes Peninsula High School 

PALOS VERDES PENINSULA HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN FOR THURSDAY, MAY 16 2019

 

SPECIAL EVENTS

AP EXAMS ALMOST DONE

Attention all AP students! AP exams continue TODAY. All exams are administered in the Kelly Johnson Fieldhouse unless otherwise noted. YOU MUST ARRIVE 30 MINUTES BEFORE THE EXAM TO CHECK IN. Bring to the exam room your Pen ID, No. 2 pencils with erasers (no mechanical pencils), pens with black or dark blue ink, a snack and calculator (if required for your exam). All these items must be in a clear, plastic bag. DO NOT BRING: electronics, bags, purses, wallets, books/study materials, paper, highlighters or whiteout. If you bring any of these items, you will have to leave and put them in your car/locker. Students with morning exams are excused from periods zero to four; students with afternoon exams are excused from periods four through six.

Today’s exam 8:00 am --- World History

Noon --- Statistics

 

Tomorrow’s exams: 8:00 am --- Microeconomics and Music Theory

Noon --- Computer Science and Latin

 

PICNIC BASKET SPECIAL

Get ready for those hazy, crazy days of summer with a picnic basket from the food cart at the library. Filled with a crispy drumstick, corn on the cob and a roll, it’s only available TODAY at lunch plus Tuesdays and Thursdays during May.

 

VARSITY DANCE SHOW

Don’t miss this chance to see Pen’s award winning varsity dance team perform TOMORROW, May 17 at 6:00 pm in the gym. Tickets are $7 presale, $10 at the door. Presale tickets may be purchased from any of the dancers or Mrs. Hendrick.

 

LIBRARY AND TECH LAB CLOSING

Starting Monday, May 20, the library and tech will be closed for the rest of the school year. The library will be open for printing only at Panther Time and lunch. Plan accordingly!

 

BOOK SALE

Stock up for your summer reading and visit the book sale inside the library TODAY through Friday, May 17. Hardcovers are $2; paperbacks $1. Don’t miss it!

 

SPEECH AND DEBATE PERFORMANCE

Don’t miss seeing our speech and debate team members perform their award winning skills on Monday, May 20 at 7:00 pm in the PAC. It’s free and it might even inspire you to join speech and debate next year.

 

LAST CHORAL CONCERT OF THE YEAR

Don’t miss the chance to listen to the harmonies of Pen’s choirs at the final concert Friday, May 31 and Saturday, June 1. Both concerts start at 7:30 pm in the PAC. Tickets may be ordered by clicking on this link and are $20 for adults; $10 for students. A limited number of tickets will be available at the door.

 

GENERAL

PREORDERS

Preorder your literary magazine for $10 TODAY and TOMORROW, May 17. Orders may be placed with your English teacher or Mrs. Okamoto in H65.

 

SENIOR REMINDER

Bring in your order forms for senior mugs and Class of 2019 yard signs by TOMORROW, May 17. Order forms are available at pvphs.com under “Panther Picks” or you can download the mug order form here and the yard sign order form here. Turn in your completed orders to P115.

 

LEIS FOR GRADUATES

Celebrate your senior’s accomplishment by ordering a Walteria Flowers lei from Girls’ Basketball. The order form was mailed home in the senior mailer and is posted on the school website. Completed order forms and checks may be mailed or dropped off in Coach Kelly’s faculty mailbox at the Hawthorne Office. Deadline to order is TOMORROW, May 17.

 

PRINCIPAL’S ADVISORY COUNCIL

If you would like to let Principal Kuykendall know what students think about issues affecting them at Pen, consider joining the PAC for the 2019-2020 school year. It’s a way of keeping communication open between our principal and Pen students. Applications are available in the Main Office or by clicking here for current Pen students. If you are an incoming 9th grader, click here for an application. All applications must be turned in to the Main Office by TOMORROW, May 17.

 

DEADLINE EXTENDED

Interested in being part of PLUS Leadership next year? The deadline to apply has been extended to Friday, May 24. Fill out the application and put it in Mr. Daley’s mailbox in the Hawthorne Office as soon as possible.

 

ATTENTION BLOOD DONORS

Donors for the annual UCLA blood drive must turn in your permission slip to any Service Learning Leadership member or put it in Ms. Myrick’s Hawthorne Office mailbox by Thursday, May 23. If you want to donate blood during third period, please write “Period 3” on the bottom of the form. Contact 1010kimly@gmail.com with questions.

 

 

BOOK BANK DONATIONS

Help out the Book Bank and donate new or gently used children’s books. The collection box is at the library. Email ninaii2001@gmail.com with questions.

 

RECYCLE YOUR BATTERIES

Bring your used AA and AAA batteries to the recycling box outside the Main Office.

 

DOCENTS NEEDED

If you would like to learn more about the nature and history of our area and assist visitors at the Point Vicente Interpretive Center, the Los Serenos de Point Vicente junior docent program is for you. The program, open to all freshmen and sophomores, has many community service opportunities. Go to Losserenos.org or LosSerenosdePointVicente.com for details.

 

CLUBS

MODEL U.N.

There is a meeting for all MUN members TODAY at lunch in the PAC. Attendance will be taken.

 

CLUB 4TH QUARTER REPORTS & FORMS

If you are a club that wants to continue into the 2019-2020 school year, you must turn in the fourth quarter report and renewal forms to P115 by Friday, May 24. No exceptions will be made.

 

COUNSELING OFFICE

FINAL TRANSCRIPT REQUEST

The clock is ticking! There are only 11 school days left in this year and seniors need to order their final transcript to be sent to the college or university you’ll be attending this fall.