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DAILY BULLETIN FOR THURSDAY, February 22, 2018

 

                                                                       

SPECIAL NOTICES

LAST CHANCE TO VOTE

Let your voice be heard, juniors, sophomores and freshmen! You can vote online until 11:00 TONIGHT for next year’s ASB president, vice-president, and commissioners of athletics plus your class presidents and vice-presidents. Go to pvphs.com and find the links for each class under “Panther Picks.” Or you can click on these links to vote: Juniors vote here; sophomores vote here; and freshmen vote here.

DON’T MISS THE CHILI DOGS

Only two more chances to enjoy chili dogs and chips! Come to the food cart at the library TODAY and next Tuesday before it’s gone. Next month, it’s Italian--lasagna and garlic knots.

LUNCH MENU ON APP

Don’t forget! You can check out the school lunch menu anytime on the iPantherTime app. Just hold down the top left hamburger tab and then press on “lunch menu.” It’s easy!

 

GENERAL

ARTS CLASSES INFO

There is an extensive array of artistic opportunities at Pen. Do you know about them all? Find out more TODAY when you come to the Bradbury Smith Art Gallery at lunch. You can talk with our visual and performing arts teachers and learn more.  Check it out!

THINK GRAD NITE

In just a few months, it will be time for Seniors to choose Grad Nite, a drug and alcohol free celebration of graduation. Tickets are $175.00 until March 1. Click here for the consent form which must be completed and turned in with payment (cash or check only) to the Student Store where the attendees list if posted.

RECYCLABLES NEEDED

Help the marching and concert bands buy new instruments by bringing your recyclables to Pen starting Monday, Feb. 26 through Friday, Mar. 2. Drop off boxes are located in front of the Main Office and the Kelly Johnson Fieldhouse. Your help is appreciated!

 

CLUBS AND MEETINGS

BEST BUDDIES

Come to our meeting TODAY in P207 at lunch. See you there!

MODEL UN MEETING

There is a MUN meeting TODAY at lunch in the PAC.

PLAY CARDS AND BOARD GAMES

Join the members of Breaking Down the Walls at lunch TOMORROW and play cards and board games in P123. It’s a fun way to end the week!

LINK CREW LEADERS NEEDED

Are you kind, compassionate, enthusiastic, and responsible? Then you could be one of Pen’s Link Crew leaders next year! Come to the information session at lunch on Monday, Feb. 26 in P103 when Ms. Dibble will give an overview of the program and hand out applications. There will be another session on Monday, March 5.

 

COLLEGE CAREER CENTER

PANTHER DAY AT MARYMOUNT

If you are interested in attending Marymount California University, then come to Panther Day next Tuesday, Feb. 27 from 3:00 to 6:00 pm. You’ll be able to tour the campus and learn about the curriculum. Seniors are able to submit applications for the 2018 fall semester and receive an instant decision plus talk about financial aid and scholarships.  Please RSVP on the CCC page of Pen’s website.

 

COUNSELING OFFICE

ELECTIVE SCHEDULING

Come to H35 TODAY at lunch if you want to find out more about AP Biology for next year.

COURSE SELECTION 2018-2019

The Aeries window for students to submit course requests for next year is open only through TOMORROW, Feb. 23. Information has already been mailed home about course selection. All scheduling paperwork is due in the Counseling Office no later than 3:00 pm tomorrow. You must have your own Aeries account to select classes; you cannot use your parents’ account. Contact Mrs. Heimer at the Counseling Office if you need to set up an account.

BOEING SUMMER INTERNSHIPS

Juniors—applications are now available for the Boeing summer internships. See Mr. Wanmer in the Attendance Office for applications and more information. Deadline to apply is March 12.

SCROC NINE WEEK COURSES

Expand your horizons! SCROC is now enrolling for classes in Adobe Suite, Business Entrepreneur, plus Banking and Financial Services. Each course takes nine weeks and start on April 9. Deadline to enroll is Thursday, Mar. 29. You can get more information and sign up in the Counseling Office.

 

ATHLETICS

ISPE MEETING

There is a mandatory mid-quarter meeting for all Independent Study Physical Education students TOMORROW, Feb. 23 at lunch in the main gym.

ONGOING GIRLS’ LACROSSE TRYOUTS

Ongoing girls’ lacrosse tryouts continue on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:00 to 5:00 pm at the softball field.

 

Palos Verdes Peninsula High School

DAILY BULLETIN FOR WEDNESDAY, February 21, 2018

 

ASB Election Schedule

Period 0:  7:05 to   7:55                                                                                   Period 4: 11:25 to 12:16

Period 1:  8:00 to   8:51                                                                                   LUNCH:  12:16 to 12:51

Period 2:  8:57 to   9:53                                                                                   Period 5: 12:57 to   1:48

Period 3:  9:59 to 11:19                                                                                   Period 6:   1:54 to   2:45

                                                                                                                       

SPECIAL NOTICES

SPECIAL PERFORMANCE

Come to the amphitheater TODAY during lunch and enjoy the Black Student Union’s performance to commemorate Black History Month. The BSU has a terrific step routine you won’t want to miss!

DON’T MISS THE CHILI DOGS

Only two more chances to enjoy chili dogs and chips! Come to the food cart at the library TOMORROW and Tuesday before it’s gone. Next month, it’s Italian with lasagna and garlic knots.

LUNCH MENU ON APP

You can check out the school lunch menu anytime on the iPantherTime app. Just hold down the top left hamburger tab and then press on “lunch menu.” It’s easy!

LAST CHANCE TO AUDITION

Interested in being part of Pen’s award winning music department for 2018-2019? Go to pvphsmusicboosters.com for all the information on how to sign up online for your audition. All instrumental and vocal groups require an audition. Don’t wait!

 

GENERAL

ARTS CLASSES INFO

There is an extensive array of artistic opportunities at Pen. Do you know about them all? Find out more TODAY when you come to the Bradbury Smith Art Gallery at lunch. You can talk with our visual and performing arts teachers and learn more.  Check it out!

HAPPY CHINESE NEW YEAR

Celebrate the lunar Year of the Dog by ordering at Fu Yuan Low Restaurant TODAY between 11:30 am to 2:30 pm and again from 5:00 to 9:00 pm. Mention Peninsula PTSA when you sign in at the register clipboard and 20% of your order will be donated to the PTSA. Happy New Year!

THINK GRAD NITE

In just a few months, it will be time for Seniors to choose Grad Nite, a drug and alcohol free celebration of graduation. Tickets are $175.00 until March 1. Click here for the consent form which must be completed and turned in with payment (cash or check only) to the Student Store where the attendees list if posted.

 

CLUBS AND MEETINGS

TSA MEETING

There is a Technology Students’ Association meeting TODAY in P210 during lunch.

BEST BUDDIES FUNDRAISER

Support Disabilities Awareness Week by having supper at The Habit TODAY between 4:00 and 10:00 pm. Tell your server you are a supporter of Pen’s Best Buddies and 20% of your check will go to the campaign. Good meal, good cause!

 

COUNSELING OFFICE

ELECTIVE SCHEDULING

AP Spanish, both literature and language, will be the topic in P122 at the lunch meeting TODAY. If you are interested in scheduling AP European history or English 2 Honors Block for next year, come to P102-103 TODAY at lunch to find out more. Come to H35 TOMORROW at lunch if you want to find out more about AP Biology for next year.

COURSE SELECTION 2018-2019

The Aeries window for students to submit course requests for next year is now open through this Friday, Feb. 23. Information has already been mailed home about course selection. All scheduling paperwork is due in the Counseling Office no later than 3:00 pm on Friday. You must have your own Aeries account to select classes; you cannot use your parents’ account. Contact Mrs. Heimer at the Counseling Office if you need to set up an account.

BOEING SUMMER INTERNSHIPS

Juniors—applications are now available for the Boeing summer internships. See Mr. Wanmer in the Attendance Office for applications and more information. Deadline to apply is March 12.

 

ATHLETICS

EARLY DISMISSAL

Please excuse all varsity boys’ soccer team members at 9:45 am for the bus to Santa Barbara High School. Go Panthers!

ISPE MEETING

There is a mandatory mid-quarter meeting for all Independent Study Physical Education students this Friday, Feb. 23 at lunch in the main gym.

 

Palos Verdes Peninsula High School

DAILY BULLETIN FOR TUESDAY, February 20, 2018

 

SPECIAL NOTICES
CHILI DOGS AND CHIPS
It's the February special at the food cart outside the library. Get it while you can! Only available on Tuesdays and Thursdays this month.
AUDITIONS
Interested in being part of Pen's award winning music department for 2018-2019? Go towww.pvphsmusicboosters.com for all the information on how to sign up online for your audition. All instrumental and vocal groups require an audition. Start practicing now!
 
GENERAL
ARTS CLASSES INFO
There is an extensive array of artistic opportunities at Pen. Do you know about them all? Find out more TODAY when you come to the Bradbury Smith Art Gallery at lunch. You can talk with our visual and performing arts teachers and learn more. Check it out!
 
HAPPY CHINESE NEW YEAR
Celebrate the lunar Year of the Dog by ordering at Fu Yuan Low Restaurant next Wednesday, Feb. 21 between 11:30 am to 2:30 pm and again from 5:00 to 9:00 pm. Mention Peninsula PTSA when you sign in at the register clipboard and 20% of your order will be donated to the PTSA. Happy New Year!
THINK GRAD NITE
In just a few months, it will be time for Seniors to choose Grad Nite, a drug and alcohol free celebration of graduation. Tickets are $175.00 until March 1. Click here for the consent form which must be completed and turned in with payment (cash or check only) to the Student Store where the attendees list if posted.
CLUBS AND MEETINGS
TSA MEETING
There is a Technology Students' Association meeting TOMORROW, Feb. 21 in P210 during lunch.

BEST BUDDIES FUNDRAISER
Support Disabilities Awareness Week by having supper at The Habit TOMORROW, Feb. 21 between 4:00 and 10:00 pm. Tell your server you are a supporter of Pen's Best Buddies and 20% of your check will go to the campaign. Good meal, good cause!
 
COUNSELING OFFICE
ELECTIVE SCHEDULING
All Engineering courses being offered next year will be the topic TODAY at a lunch meeting in T102. On Tuesday, come to the CCC at lunch if you are interested in AP Chemistry, TSA and the Science Bowl.
COURSE SELECTION 2018-2019
The Aeries window for students to submit course requests for next year is now open through Friday, Feb. 23. Information has already been mailed home about course selection. All scheduling paperwork is due in the Counseling Office no later than 3:00 pm on Friday, Feb. 23. You must have your own Aeries account to select classes; you cannot use your parents' account. Contact Mrs. Heimer at the Counseling Office if you need to set up an account.
 
BOEING SUMMER INTERNSHIPS
Juniors-applications are now available for the Boeing summer internships. See Mr. Wanmer in the Attendance Office for applications and more information. Deadline to apply is March 12.
 
SCROC NINE WEEK COURSES
Expand your horizons! SCROC is now enrolling for classes in Adobe Suite, Business Entrepreneur, plus Banking and Financial Services. Each course takes nine weeks and start on April 9. Deadline to enroll is Thursday, Mar. 29. You can get more information and sign up in the Counseling Office.
 
COLLEGE CAREER CENTER
PRACTICE SAT AND ACT TESTS
Mark your calendar! The practice SAT and ACT tests are coming on Saturday, Feb. 24 in the CCC starting at 8:30 am. These tests do not count in any way, but give students a chance to simulate the testing environment. Sign-ups begin Tuesday, Feb. 13 and continue through Tuesday, Feb. 20 in the CCC. Registration fee is $20, payable at the time of registration. Seats are limited; don't delay.
ATHLETICS
ISPE
There is a mandatory mid-quarter meeting for all Independent Study Physical Education students this Friday, Feb. 23 at lunch in the main gym.

ONGOING GIRLS' LACROSSE TRYOUTS CHANGE
Ongoing girls' lacrosse tryouts continue on Tuesdays and Thursdays at the new time, 3:00 to 5:00 pm, at the softball field.
 
WINTER ATHLETES SWIM TEAM TRYOUTS
Attention winter sports athletes! If you are interested in trying out for the girls or boys' swim team, contact Coach Helmrich at helmrichb@pvpusd.net

 

Palos Verdes Peninsula High School

DAILY BULLETIN FOR FRIDAY, February 16, 2018

 

REMINDER: No School Monday, Feb. 19.

 

SPECIAL NOTICES

YOGA FOR STRESS RELIEF

Come to the North Dance Hall during lunch TODAY to practice yoga with Ms. Myrick. Doors close promptly at 12:20 pm. Sponsored by the Wellness Aware at Your Library grant, the yoga sessions will continue on Fridays through the end of the school year.

 

GENERAL

ARTS CLASSES INFO

There is an extensive array of artistic opportunities at Pen. Do you know about them all? Find out more TODAY when you come to the Bradbury Smith Art Gallery at lunch. You can talk with our visual and performing arts teachers and learn more. They will also be available same time, same place next Tuesday, Feb. 20.  Check it out!

HONORARY SERVICE AWARDS

It’s time to start thinking of those people who have made significant contributions to Pen to promote students’ education and welfare. The HAS Committee will meet soon and would appreciate your input. Please download the form here and return to the PTSA mailbox at the Hawthorne Office by TODAY.

HAPPY CHINESE NEW YEAR

Celebrate the lunar Year of the Dog by ordering at Fu Yuan Low Restaurant next Wednesday, Feb. 21 between 11:30 am to 2:30 pm and again from 5:00 to 9:00 pm. Mention Peninsula PTSA when you sign in at the register clipboard and 20% of your order will be donated to the PTSA. Happy New Year!

THINK GRAD NITE

In just a few months, it will be time for Seniors to choose Grad Nite, a drug and alcohol free celebration of graduation. Tickets are $175.00 until March 1. Click here for the consent form which must be completed and turned in with payment (cash or check only) to the Student Store where the attendees list if posted.

 

CLUBS AND MEETINGS

POETRY NIGHT

Come to Poetry Night TONIGHT at 7:00 pm at the PAC. Members of the Drama Club, Poetry Club and National English Honor Society will read. Admission is free!

 

COUNSELING OFFICE

ELECTIVE SCHEDULING

All Engineering courses being offered next year will be the topic TODAY at a lunch meeting in T102. On Tuesday, come to the CCC at lunch if you are interested in AP Chemistry, TSA and the Science Bowl.

AP EXAM SIGNUPS

Get ready now for the AP exam signups which start on Monday, Feb. 26. The cost is $100, but if you believe you may qualify for a fee reduction, see Mrs. Shafer in the CCC. Deadline to apply for the fee reduction is TODAY.

COURSE SELECTION 2018-2019

The Aeries window for students to submit course requests for next year is now open through Friday, Feb. 23. Information has already been mailed home about course selection. All scheduling paperwork is due in the Counseling Office no later than 3:00 pm on Friday, Feb. 23. You must have your own Aeries account to select classes; you cannot use your parents’ account. Contact Mrs. Heimer at the Counseling Office if you need to set up an account.

BOEING SUMMER INTERNSHIPS

Juniors—applications are now available for the Boeing summer internships. See Mr. Wanmer in the Attendance Office for applications and more information. Deadline to apply is March 12.

SCROC NINE WEEK COURSES

Expand your horizons! SCROC is now enrolling for classes in Adobe Suite, Business Entrepreneur, plus Banking and Financial Services. Each course takes nine weeks and start on April 9. Deadline to enroll is Thursday, Mar. 29. You can get more information and sign up in the Counseling Office.

 

COLLEGE CAREER CENTER

PRACTICE SAT AND ACT TESTS

Mark your calendar! The practice SAT and ACT tests are coming on Saturday, Feb. 24 in the CCC starting at 8:30 am. These tests do not count in any way, but give students a chance to simulate the testing environment. Sign-ups begin Tuesday, Feb. 13 and continue through Tuesday, Feb. 20 in the CCC. Registration fee is $20, payable at the time of registration. Seats are limited; don’t delay.

 

ATHLETICS

ONGOING GIRLS’ LACROSSE TRYOUTS CHANGE

Winter sports athlete tryouts are rescheduled for TODAY from 3:00 to 5:00 pm at the softball field. Ongoing girls’ lacrosse tryouts continue on Tuesdays and Thursdays at the new time, 3:00 to 5:00 pm, at the softball field.

BOYS’ SWIM TEAM TRYOUTS

Attention boys’ winter sports athletes! If you are interested in trying out for the boys’ swim team, contact Coach Helmrich at helmrichb@pvpusd.net for details.