January 18, 2017 10:43 AM
Breakfast: Corned Beef
School Lunch: Cheeseburger
Plate Lunch: Mushroom Chicken
Breakfast: Portuguese Sausage
School Lunch: Beef Stew
Plate Lunch: Honey BBQ Chicken
Summer School Early Registration
Early registration for current students begins TODAY, Wednesday, January 18. Specific dates and times are as follows:
Use your student login on NetClassroom to register at the appointed time. Please review the Early Registration Tutorial ahead of time to prepare for registration. For course information, view the Summer School catalog at http://www.midpac.edu/summerschool/.
Admissions Interviews on Wednesday and Thursday
Please note that we will be holding interviews on Wednesday and Thursday, and we ask that the Bakken Auditorium area be kept clear and quiet from 3:30pm to 5:30 pm for our guests. Parents and students should make alternate arrangements if this is your designated pick-up location. Thank you for cooperation!
Become a Summer School TA
Applications are now being accepted for Summer School TA positions. Most positions are volunteer and will provide community service hours that you can add to your resume. Paid positions are limited and preference will be given to graduates and seniors. To apply, please complete the form at https://goo.gl/forms/QvuQofLoXLtJskJI3. Please email email@example.com with any questions.
Shriners Hospitals for Children® - Honolulu announces it "Under the Sea" Art Contest to help inspire the design for its new EOS imaging system. Submissions fo the art contest will be accepted from January 20 - February 21, 2017. For the official entry form, visit ShrinersHonolulu.org. View the flyer for more information.
Lost and Found
Found items can be claimed during lunch periods. Unclaimed items will only be held for 14 days from date found. Afterwards, the items will be donated. Please check with security during the lunch periods to claim your item(s).
Mrs. Zawalski's MPX 10 class has created a temporary interactive mural outside of A102. Our aim was to channel MLK Jr. and publicly announce what we, as young people, will take a stand for in our country as active citizens. We invite all students and teachers to come by, and bring a marker to draw their own representation of what they will stand up for in 2017.
SAT Test, January 21
If you have registered to take the SAT on January 21, check-in begins at 7:15am at the Weinberg Media Zone (road side entrance). Doors close at 8:00 a.m. Latecomers will not be allowed in. Please review the College Board SAT Test Day Checklist for more information. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Nakahara at firstname.lastname@example.org or 973-5042. What to Bring:
Middle School Anime Club - first meeting of the new year is TODAY, Wednesday, January 18, at lunch in room B5.
Smith College Summer Precollege Programs for High School Girls offers intellectually stimulating and unique opportunities for high school girls (entering grades 9 - 12 in Fall 2017) who wish to pursue their academic interests in the classroom and beyond. Here, young women are taken seriously and inspired to excel -as scholars, scientists, writers, researchers and leaders. Students must have a strong record of academic achievement, a high level of motivation and a willingness to explore. For more information and to register, visit https://www.smith.edu/summer/.
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute PREFACE Summer Program 2017 is a two-week residential summer experience for talented high school sophomores and juniors who will enter 11th or 12th grade in Fall 2017, from groups that have been historically and traditionally underrepresented or underserved in science, engineering, and technological fields, and are interested in pursuing careers in engineering and technological professions. For more information and to apply, visit http://doso.rpi.edu/update.do.
The University of Arizona's Summer Program 2017 (UA Advantage First Year Experience) combines a five-week summer program that allows your student to get a 6-credit head start on their first year of college with peer advising that lasts their entire freshman year. By participating in the program, they will learn what academic life is like at University of Arizona while working with peer advisors, resident assistants and tutors. UAdvantage also allows you to live in a residence hall before other freshmen even arrive on campus and gives you a comprehensive introduction to all UA has to offer so that when other freshmen are just learning the ropes, you'll already feel like an expert. You'll meet faculty and staff who are committed to your success and get to know your new home away from home - the UA campus and the city of Tucson. For more information and to apply, go to http://uadvantage.arizona.edu. Questions: (520) 621-5773 or email@example.com.
We encourage you to attend the visits. They are an excellent opportunity to learn more about what colleges have to offer. New college visits are added daily. You can find the most updated list of college visits on Naviance (Family Connection) connection.naviance.com/midpac (under "Colleges" tab and click on "view all upcoming college visits"). If you will be missing a class, you must first ask your teacher for permission AND sign up at least two days in advance on Naviance. You will be responsible for any work missed. Please check the Daily Bulletin and Family Connection for updates and new additions. All juniors and seniors are welcome to attend. If you have any questions, please stop by the College Counseling Office.
The bold italic events are #Pueo Pride events. Go Owls!