Weekly Bulletin – November 14 – 18, 2016
November 14 – 18, 2016
WORD OF THE WEEK: TRANSITION: the process or a period of changing from one state or condition to another. A current example in our county is the transition of Presidents in America currently from President Barack Obama to President Elect Donald Trump.
**EMAIL ADDRESS FOR BULLETIN NOTICES: Please email bulletin notices to: email@example.com. The deadline for submitting items for the bulletin is Friday morning by 8:30am. Mrs. Grinnell
SUBSTITUTE SYSTEM: The Substitute System’s phone number: 345-0064. The on-line system remains the same. If you have any questions please let me know.
SOCIAL COMMITTEE CONTRIBUTION: Just a reminder–if you haven’t already given your social committee contribution, it’s not too late. See Bettie Grinnell in the Main Office with your $25–checks or cash welcome! Social Committee
PARKING COURTESY: Please do not block other cars in both the Bay Street and the Polk Street parking lots. If you have to block a car, do it only for a few minutes and leave your Galileo Parking Hanger in plain sight in your car. If you do not have a Galileo Parking Hanger, see Bettie Grinnell in the Main Office. Mrs. Grinnell
ASB CARD STICKERS: are sold at ASB office (room 150) @ $5.00. Discount for dances, sweatshirts, lanyards, & other school spirit items.
ASB STUDENT STORE: in room 150 is selling healthy drinks, snacks, hand towels, mugs, poms poms, and other school spirit items.
STUDENT ID CARDS: Our Student ID Card software has been updated with the latest student pictures and is now up and running. If you know any current students or new/transfer students in need of an ID card, please direct them to Ms. Rivera in the Counseling office (258E), where our ID printer is located.
For any new/transfer students, first ID card is free of charge. All replacement ID cards will cost $2.
HOLIDAY DOOR DECORATING CONTEST: is Thursday, Dec. 1 from 2:15 – 3:15 PM. The theme is “Winter Wonderland.”
HARVEST FOOD FESTIVAL: is Friday, Nov. 18 in the Courtyard during lunch time.
WINTER ASSEMBLY: is Friday, Dec. 2 in the auditorium during double period 4.
WINTER BALL: at Hyatt Hotel Fisherman’s Wharf on Dec. 14 from 6 – 10 PM. DJ music for dancing and karaoke for singing. Free ice cream dessert and drinks. Photography by Prestige/Lifetouch. Tickets are sold at ASB store (room 150) during lunch time and after school.
COLLEGE & CAREER ANNOUNCEMENTS 11/7 – 11/16
For 9th, 10th, 11th, & 12th:
11/14 Notre Dame De Namur University @ 3:15pm @ 104: Established in 1851, this is the third oldest college in California. NDNU is a Catholic, not-for-profit, coeducational university located in Belmont, which is about 15 min. of drive from SF. It has 1,000 students with dorms available. NDNU’s programs will be widely known for their innovative synthesis of liberal arts learning, professionally-oriented learning and core values.
11/16 SF Achievers Info. Session @ 10:30am @ RM 462: This is a nonprofit organization ion SF that provides mentorships and scholarships for African American male students who graduate from a SF public high school. Please come and learn about the program. Lunch will be provided.
11/16 Santa Fe University of Arts & Design @ 11:45am @ RM 104: This is a small private arts college with a wide range of art, film, and writing majors. It is located in Santa Fe, New Mexico, which is a beautiful small friendly city. We are able to nominate you for scholarships for this college.
La Petite Swim Schools is hiring Swim Teachers! This swim school for children is located in the Presidio. This can be a part-time or full-time job and they will train you. No prior swim teaching experience is required. Hourly pay is $16-$28. For more details, see posting in the Counseling Center or go towww.swimlpb.com
Mission Bit: A company where high school student can earn $300 for taking a FREE coding class in spring semester and by participating in the leadership development fellowship. As a part of the fellowship, students will learn how to code, take part in service learning projects and get an opportunity to work on issues most affecting residents in San Francisco. Please indicate if you’re interested on t
he application and they will follow up with more information. To apply online: www.missionbit.com Application deadline is 1/13/17 by 5pm.
CodeNow: This is a FREE hands-on coding experience in SF. Working closely with professional engineers, students have the opportunity to create interactive games and applications. By the end of the workshop, students will gain an understanding of essential programming concepts, 25 hours of practical experience, and insight into a career in the technology field. The program will even provide lunch, snacks, transportation stipend and giveaways. For more details or to apply: https://www.codenow.org/get-involved/apply/Application deadline is 11/16.
Thursdays @ 2:30pm-4pm @ RM 119: FREE workshops on how to save money & be an entrepreneur:Learn how to make a business plan, network with future entrepreneurs, learn about PsC and visit their offices and receive college prep support from professional. For more details, stop by Futurama in room 119.
For 11th & 12th:
Bank of America is seeking Student Leader for an 8 week paid internship at a local nonprofit organization. You will also learn valuable civic, social and business leadership skills; in addition to attending a Summit held in Washington DC (in the summer with all expenses paid) to learn how government, business and the nonprofit sector work together. For more details, see posting in the Counseling Center or call 1-800-218-9946.
11/15 College Ambassador Meeting @ 12:20pm @ RM 104: This is your weekly meeting.
Part-Time Job at an Accounting Company: If you’re interested in learning what’s it like to be an accountant or work in an accounting company, check out this part-time job at a small accounting company. This job includes basic office support and you will be trained for the job. You need to be able to pay attention to details and be able to work individually as well as in a group. For more details, please see posting in the Counseling Center.
11/14 is the registration deadline if you want to take the low cost ACT prep class from 1/4/17-4/5/17 on Wed. from 2:30-4:30pm at Galileo. Cost will range from $290-$490 per student depending on enrollment. For more details or to sign-up, please see Ms. S. Chan in room 258F.
11/16 & 11/17 College Application Workshop @ 2:15pm-4:15pm @ RM 104: Come work on your CSU Application, Common Application, UC Application or any other college applications of your choice. We can help answer questions along the way.
Young Adult Worklink is a non-profit program that provides job readiness training, job search assistance, and paid internships for young people between the ages of 17-24. To apply or for more info., contact Hai Chi Vu:firstname.lastname@example.org or call 415-752-9675. You can also read more details on the posting in the Counseling Center.
uAspire can help you with financial aid related questions, please see Michael in room 209 if you have any questions.
The Fly-In Program List is sent via SchoolLoop and posted outside of room 255: If you want to apply for a grant to visit some private colleges for FREE, check out this list and apply. Most of the colleges that offer a Fly-In Program will also provide large amount of scholarship. If you need help with the application, ask one of the advisors in room 209, or Ms. S. Chan in room 258 or ask your academic counselor. Good luck!
Scholarships: A current list is sent via SchoolLoop. A hard copy will be posted in the Counseling Center. If you’re interested, please check out the details in the attached list ASAP.
Supporting you every step of the way for the college application process, just ask for help!
Ms. S. Chan
College & Career Counselor