Wednesday, April 26, 2017
“Don’t interfere with anything in the Constitution. That must be maintained, for it is the only safeguard of our liberties.” ~Abraham Lincoln
Wed 4/26 Softball @ Lincoln 4:00
Thurs 4/27 Golf vs Lodi 3:00
Track vs West 3:30 Munsey/Hensel/Khem/Walter/Hansen/Fetzer
So Baseball vs Lincoln 3:30 Domecq-Ivy
Varsity Baseball vs Lincoln 6:30 King-Day
Frosh Baseball @ Lincoln 4:00
Tennis @ TCAL Tournament TBA
Friday 4/28 Badminton vs TCAL Tournament (Tokay) 8:00a
Tennis @ TCAL Tournament TBA
Baseball @ Lincoln 4:00
Track Distance @ Sheldon 4:00 2 Vans
TCAL Swim Meet 8:00a
Sat 4/29 TCAL Swim Meet 8:00a
BEHAVIOR REMINDER: Students, remember besides suspension there is a 45-school day social probation for anyone involved in drugs, alcohol or fighting. This means you may not participate in or attend school events, athletic games, prom, senior picnic or even the graduation ceremony. All students, and especially our seniors, pay attention and be well-behaved!
STUDENTS: Please check your attendance regularly. Excused absences must be cleared within 10 days. Saturday School will clear unexcused or past due absences. Students may have no more than three unexcused absences (in the year) to attend school events and prom. Questions? See the attendance office or ask in student services.
SENIORS: Are you going to college or into the military after graduation? Stop by the Counseling office and let us know so we can put your information on the bulletin board in the Admin hallway.
THE TIGER’S DEN will be serving Asian Bar w/ chicken chow mein or teriyaki chicken and eggroll for lunch today.
COLLEGE READY TIGERS: Jacob Gust and Deisy Acosta Rodarte have won free smoothies from Juice it Up! Come to student services to pick up your prize.
JUNIORS & SENIORS: When purchasing a prom bid you will get a nomination form for prom king and queen. Please nominate only seniors and return all nomination forms to student services. The top four boys and the top four girls will make up our prom court. Final voting will happen at prom.
AP STUDENTS: There will be a pre-administration session in the Library during today’s SSR for juniors taking AP exams.
CLASS SPEECHES for next year’s Student Government will take place in the cafeteria during SSR today with sophomores and on Thursday with juniors. Please be prompt. Online voting will take place on Friday, 4/28 during SSR or lunch in the library for students w/out a chrome book in their 3rd period class. Make sure you go to the Tokay webpage to view the link for your class for your chance to vote. If you have any questions see Mrs. Shebley in IA-14.
WHALE WARRIORS: Please stop by E 11 to get your permission slip for our tour. It is Sunday, April 30.
LIBERTY RANCH High School in Galt will open their prom closet again today from 2 – 4 pm. For more information see Mrs. Menezes in the Career Center.
SPANISH & FRENCH tutoring in the Library on Thursdays from 2:30 until 4:30. Don’t forget to bring your book.
JUNIORS & SENIORS: Friday is the last day to buy a Prom bid! Join us for Diamonds Are Forever Masquerade on Saturday, May 6th from 8pm to 11:30pm at Hutchins St. Square. Bids are $60 per couple and $35 per individual. You must have a completed prom contract to buy a bid. Don’t miss out on memories that last a lifetime!
SENIOR MOVIE NIGHT will be held on Friday, May 12th from 7 p.m. – 11:00 p.m. The cost is $5.00. Last day to purchase a ticket will be Thursday, April 27th. Tickets will NOT be sold at the door. We must have at least 100 seniors attend or the event will be cancelled so buy your ticket early.
LINK CREW applications are due in E10 by this Friday. If you are interested in helping freshmen transition into our school, pick up and submit an application with Mrs. Fetzer.
SUMMER SCHOOL APPLICATIONS are due next Friday, May 5th. Classes are filling up. Stop by the counseling office and pick up an application.
SOPHOMORES: Students In Prevention (SIP) is currently recruiting students to participate in its 2017-18 program. If you want to improve your leadership skills, help young people, or get involved in your community, SIP may be for you! Students are trained as substance abuse prevention peer educators. It’s a unique opportunity to meet new people, learn new things, and add something different to your high school transcripts or resume and get paid. Stop by the Counseling office for an application.
DEPARTMENT CHAIR MEETING: Wednesday, April 26th