CHS Daily Bulletin

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4/23/14 Wednesday Bulletin

by Michelle Orr

THIS WEEK: 
Wednesday 4/23: ACT SPECIAL SCHEDULE
Thursday 4/24: B Day-Dept. Mtg/Master Sched/Sec.
Friday 4/25: A Day

NEXT WEEK:
Monday 4/28: B Day-Equity Team Mtg.
Tuesday 4/29: A Day
Wednesday 4/30: B Day-TUTORIAL
Thursday 5/1: A Day-TUTORIAL/AVID Team Mtg.
Friday 5/2: B Day

ALL SCHOOL:
BATTLE OF THE BANDS!
4/24, 6pm in the Cleveland auditorium. Come and see Cleveland’s finest musical talents compete for the title of best Cleveland band.

Thursday, April 24th is National Poem in Your Pocket day.  Join us in helping to infuse daily life with poetry.  Carry a favorite poem in your pocket and be prepared to read it to whoever asks.  You might even offer a reading to an unsuspecting audience…

For students who have experienced a significant death-related loss in their life, Camp Erin might be for you.  Camp Erin is a summer, weekend-long overnight camp for children and teens who are grieving the death of someone close to them.  It is a traditional, fun, high-energy camp combined with grief education and emotional support.  It is offered at no charge to participants.  If interested, visit www.providence.org/CampErin.

BOOK DRIVE!! Key Club is hosting a book drive!!! Do you have any used books collecting dust on your shelf? Bring them to the library so they can be given to children and young adults who don’t have resources of their own. We are accepting ALL types of books. Just plop your books in the big yellow box in the library by 4/25 to make a world of difference.

FINAL CALL to sign up for Asian American Youth Leadership Conference on 5/23 at Concordia University!! It’ll be fun to meet new and old friends across Oregon and SW Washington as well as food and learning about Asian culture and ourselves! * You don’t have to be Asian to attend* Please get the form outside room 315 and return with $5 to Business Office ASAP this week!!

Rotary Youth Exchange – Attn Freshman: Spend your Junior year abroad with Rotary Youth Exchange. Are you interested in living in France, Japan, or one of 20 other countries during your Junior year? Rotary Youth Exchanges are full academic-year exchanges where students live with one to four host families while attending a local high school. Rotary picks up most of the cost of the exchange, making Rotary Youth Exchange one of the most affordable — and best supported — exchange programs. Come learn more about Rotary Youth Exchange at the Multnomah Village Lucky Lab on Wednesday, 4/23 at 6:30 PM. Pizza and soft drinks will be provided. RSVP to markapennington@gmail.com or just show up!

Guest passes for prom are now available from Vicki in the Vice Principal’s office. Please bring the school phone and fax number for your guest.

SENIORS - Apply for the Portland Association of Teachers scholarship. Applications available in Mr. Graham’s room or online at: www.pdxteachers.org. Deadline for submitting completed applications is 4:30pm, Friday, 5/9 in person at the PAT office or postmarked no later than 5/9/14.

CAREER NEWS:
April Career Day Days: 
Career day applications are available in the SSC on a first-come, first-serve basis. Apply TODAY – these events fill up fast!

April 29: Portland International Airport Career Day: Participate in an emergency drill simulation at the Portland International Airport. This career day is open to juniors and seniors interested in fire and emergency response, wildlife management, media relations, public affairs, retail management and more!

ACTIVITIES:
Do you or somebody you know have tons of school spirit, passion, commitment and a desire to be a part of a great program? Then cheerleading is the sport for you!!
Tryouts for the 2014-2015 cheer team is open to boys and girls of ALL skill levels. There will be a two-day material clinic on 4/23 and 4/24 from 4-7 pm in the Cleveland High School gym. During this clinic you will learn proper jump and motion technique, a cheer, chant and sideline dance that you will perform in groups of three to four for our panel of judges on 4/25 from 6-8 pm. The tryout packet can be downloaded from the ihigh website on the cheerleading page. Contact Coach Brianna McCain at with any questions.

NHS honor cords are available for purchase through the business office for $12.

UPCOMING EVENTS:
4/23: ACT testing-Special Schedule (see below)

4/23: Cheer tryouts-4-7 pm-Gym
4/24: Battle of the Bands-6:00 pm-Auditorium
4/30: College Night for Juniors-7 pm
5/1: Senior Prom

ATHLETICS:
Wednesday 4/23/14:
Baseball Var vs Grant@Sckavone                         4:30 pm/Release 2:45
Softball Var vs Grant@Wilshire                              4:00 pm/Release 2:15
Softball JV vs Grant@Wilshire                                4:00 pm/Release 2:15
Girls Tennis vs Franklin@Irving Park                  4:00 pm/Release 2:45

Thursday 4/24/14:
Track Wilson Classic@Wilson                                  4:00 pm/Release 2:00
Girls Golf PIL@Heron Lakes                                    12:20 pm/Release 11:15
Softball Var vs Franklin@Clinton Park                4:00 pm/Release TBA
Boys Tennis Var vs Madison@PTC                        4:15 pm/Release 3:00
Girls Tennis Var@Madison                                        4:15 pm/Release 2:45
Boys Golf PIL@Eastmoreland                                  1:00 pm/Release 12:00
Girls Lacrosse JV/Var vs Hood River@Home    6/7:30 pm

Friday 4/25/14:
Boys Lacrosse JV @Hood River                                5:00 pm/Release 2:15
Boys Lacrosse JV/Var @Hood River                      7:00 pm
Softball JV vs Jefferson@Woodstock                     4:00 pm/Release 2:45

Saturday 4/26/14:
Baseball JV vs Horizon Christian@Powell Park  12:00 pm

ACT TESTING DAY 4/23 SPECIAL SCHEDULE:
8:10 am – JUNIORS report to assigned ACT test room NO LATER than 8:10 am
8:15 am – Seniors/Juniors not testing/Sophomores – Report to assigned (by last name) location
Last names beginning with: A-G to gym; H-N to library; O-Z to auditorium
8:15 am – Freshmen report to academy class

ALL STUDENTS REPORT TO:
Lunch – 12:45-1:25
Period 3 – 1:30-2:20
Period 4 – 2:25-3:15

4/22/14 Tuesday Bulletin

by Michelle Orr

THIS WEEK: 
Tuesday 4/22: SPECIAL SCHEDULE-SEE BELOW
Wednesday 4/23: ACT SPECIAL SCHEDULE
Thursday 4/24: B Day-Dept. Mtg/Master Sched/Sec.
Friday 4/25: A Day

NEXT WEEK:
Monday 4/28: B Day-Equity Team Mtg.
Tuesday 4/29: A Day
Wednesday 4/30: B Day-TUTORIAL
Thursday 5/1: A Day-TUTORIAL/AVID Team Mtg.
Friday 5/2: B Day

ALL SCHOOL:
BATTLE OF THE BANDS!
4/24, 6pm in the Cleveland auditorium. Come and see Cleveland’s finest musical talents compete for the title of best Cleveland band.

For students who have experienced a significant death-related loss in their life, Camp Erin might be for you.  Camp Erin is a summer, weekend-long overnight camp for children and teens who are grieving the death of someone close to them.  It is a traditional, fun, high-energy camp combined with grief education and emotional support.  It is offered at no charge to participants.  If interested, visit www.providence.org/CampErin.

Students and Staff. . .  here are your 2014 Cleveland Verselandia Slam Poetry winners!
1st Place:   Abby Winn (11th grade)
2nd Place:  Sarah Weaver (12th grade)
3rd Place:  Kendall Marlia-Cooper (11th grade)
And remember:  Let’s support our Cleveland Slam poets at the All District Slam! Where: Gerding Theatre at the Armory on 128 NW Eleventh Avenue Portland, Oregon 97209 | 503-445-3700 (Portland Center Stage)
When: Tuesday, April 29th, 2014 7-9pm; Tickets at the door are $10

BOOK DRIVE!! Key Club is hosting a book drive!!! Do you have any used books collecting dust on your shelf? Bring them to the library so they can be given to children and young adults who don’t have resources of their own. We are accepting ALL types of books. Just plop your books in the big yellow box in the library by 4/25 to make a world of difference.

FINAL CALL to sign up for Asian American Youth Leadership Conference on 5/23 at Concordia University!! It’ll be fun to meet new and old friends across Oregon and SW Washington as well as food and learning about Asian culture and ourselves! * You don’t have to be Asian to attend* Please get the form outside room 315 and return with $5 to Business Office ASAP this week!!

Rotary Youth Exchange – Attn Freshman: Spend your Junior year abroad with Rotary Youth Exchange. Are you interested in living in France, Japan, or one of 20 other countries during your Junior year? Rotary Youth Exchanges are full academic-year exchanges where students live with one to four host families while attending a local high school. Rotary picks up most of the cost of the exchange, making Rotary Youth Exchange one of the most affordable — and best supported — exchange programs. Come learn more about Rotary Youth Exchange at the Multnomah Village Lucky Lab on Wednesday, 4/23 at 6:30 PM. Pizza and soft drinks will be provided. RSVP to markapennington@gmail.com or just show up!

Guest passes for prom are now available from Vicki in the Vice Principal’s office. Please bring the school phone and fax number for your guest.

SENIORS - Apply for the Portland Association of Teachers scholarship. Applications available in Mr. Graham’s room or online at: www.pdxteachers.org. Deadline for submitting completed applications is 4:30pm, Friday, 5/9 in person at the PAT office or postmarked no later than 5/9/14.

College Visits this week in the CCC:
Tuesday, 4/22, 12:15am — Humboldt State University

**Juniors and seniors, sign up on Naviance to attend a college visit and print your confirmation page as your pass to leave class.

CAREER NEWS:
April Career Day Days: 
Career day applications are available in the SSC on a first-come, first-serve basis. Apply TODAY – these events fill up fast!

April 29: Portland International Airport Career Day: Participate in an emergency drill simulation at the Portland International Airport. This career day is open to juniors and seniors interested in fire and emergency response, wildlife management, media relations, public affairs, retail management and more!

April 24: McKinstry Sustainable Building Career Day: Take a tour of this full-service design, build, operations and maintenance firm. This career day is open to juniors and seniors interested in design, architecture, and construction and engineering.

ACTIVITIES:
Do you or somebody you know have tons of school spirit, passion, commitment and a desire to be a part of a great program? Then cheerleading is the sport for you!!
Tryouts for the 2014-2015 cheer team is open to boys and girls of ALL skill levels. There will be a two-day material clinic on 4/23 and 4/24 from 4-7 pm in the Cleveland High School gym. During this clinic you will learn proper jump and motion technique, a cheer, chant and sideline dance that you will perform in groups of three to four for our panel of judges on 4/25 from 6-8 pm. The tryout packet can be downloaded from the ihigh website on the cheerleading page. Contact Coach Brianna McCain at with any questions.

NHS honor cords are available for purchase through the business office for $12.

UPCOMING EVENTS:
4/22: Special Schedule due to ACT testing on 4/23 (see below)
4/23: ACT testing-Special Schedule (see below)

4/23: Cheer tryouts-4-7 pm-Gym
4/24: Battle of the Bands-6:00 pm-Auditorium
4/30: College Night for Juniors-7 pm
5/1: Senior Prom

ATHLETICS:
Tuesday 4/22/14:
Baseball JV2 vs Wilson@Jackson MS                  4:30 pm/Release 2:05
Boys Tennis vs Wilson@PTC                                    4:15 pm/Release 3:00
Girls Tennis @Wilson                                                 4:15 pm/Release 2:45

Wednesday 4/23/14:
Baseball Var vs Grant@Sckavone                         4:30 pm/Release 2:45
Softball Var vs Grant@Wilshire                              4:00 pm/Release 2:15
Softball JV vs Grant@Wilshire                                4:00 pm/Release 2:15
Girls Tennis vs Franklin@Irving Park                  4:00 pm/Release 2:45

Thursday 4/24/14:
Track Wilson Classic@Wilson                                  4:00 pm/Release 2:00
Girls Golf PIL@Heron Lakes                                    12:20 pm/Release 11:15
Softball Var vs Franklin@Clinton Park                4:00 pm/Release TBA
Boys Tennis Var vs Madison@PTC                        4:15 pm/Release 3:00
Girls Tennis Var@Madison                                        4:15 pm/Release 2:45
Boys Golf PIL@Eastmoreland                                  1:00 pm/Release 12:00
Girls Lacrosse JV/Var vs Hood River@Home    6/7:30 pm

Friday 4/25/14:
Boys Lacrosse JV/Var @Hood River                     5/7 pm/Release TBA
Softball JV vs Jefferson@Woodstock                     4:00 pm/Release 2:45

Saturday 4/26/14:
Baseball JV vs Horizon Christian@Powell Park  12:00 pm

SPECIAL SCHEDULE 4/22:
Period 5 – 8:15-9:15
Period 6 – 9:20-10:20
Period 7 – 10:25-11:25
Lunch – 11:25-12:00
Period 8 – 12:05-1:05
Period 1 – 1:10-2:10
Period 2 – 2:15-3:15

ACT TESTING DAY 4/23 SPECIAL SCHEDULE:
8:10 am – JUNIORS report to assigned ACT test room NO LATER than 8:10 am
8:15 am – Seniors/Juniors not testing/Sophomores – Report to assigned (by last name) location
Last names beginning with: A-G to gym; H-N to library; O-Z to auditorium
8:15 am – Freshmen report to academy class

ALL STUDENTS REPORT TO:
Lunch – 12:45-1:25
Period 3 – 1:30-2:20
Period 4 – 2:25-3:15

4/21/14 Monday Bulletin

by Michelle Orr

THIS WEEK: 
Monday 4/21: A Day-Dept. Lrg. Team
Tuesday 4/22: SPECIAL SCHEDULE-SEE BELOW
Wednesday 4/23: ACT SPECIAL SCHEDULE
Thursday 4/24: B Day-Dept. Mtg/Master Sched/Sec.
Friday 4/25: A Day

NEXT WEEK:
Monday 4/28: B Day-Equity Team Mtg.
Tuesday 4/29: A Day
Wednesday 4/30: B Day-TUTORIAL
Thursday 5/1: A Day-TUTORIAL/AVID Team Mtg.
Friday 5/2: B Day

ALL SCHOOL:
Students and Staff. . .  here are your 2014 Cleveland Verselandia Slam Poetry winners!
1st Place:   Abby Winn (11th grade)
2nd Place:  Sarah Weaver (12th grade)
3rd Place:  Kendall Marlia-Cooper (11th grade)

And remember:  Let’s support our Cleveland Slam poets at the All District Slam! Where: Gerding Theatre at the Armory on 128 NW Eleventh Avenue Portland, Oregon 97209 | 503-445-3700 (Portland Center Stage)
When: Tuesday, April 29th, 2014 7-9pm; Tickets at the door are $10

BOOK DRIVE!! Key Club is hosting a book drive!!! Do you have any used books collecting dust on your shelf? Bring them to the library so they can be given to children and young adults who don’t have resources of their own. We are accepting ALL types of books. Just plop your books in the big yellow box in the library by 4/25 to make a world of difference.

Guest passes for prom are now available from Vicki in the Vice Principal’s office. Please bring the school phone and fax number for your guest.

SENIORS - Apply for the Portland Association of Teachers scholarship. Applications available in Mr. Graham’s room or online at: www.pdxteachers.org. Deadline for submitting completed applications is 4:30pm, Friday, 5/9 in person at the PAT office or postmarked no later than 5/9/14.

College Visits this week in the CCC:
Monday, 4/21, 10am — Central Washington University
Tuesday, 4/22, 12:15am — Humboldt State University

**Juniors and seniors, sign up on Naviance to attend a college visit and print your confirmation page as your pass to leave class.

CAREER NEWS:
April Career Day Days: 
Career day applications are available in the SSC on a first-come, first-serve basis. Apply TODAY – these events fill up fast!

April 29: Portland International Airport Career Day: Participate in an emergency drill simulation at the Portland International Airport. This career day is open to juniors and seniors interested in fire and emergency response, wildlife management, media relations, public affairs, retail management and more!

April 24: McKinstry Sustainable Building Career Day: Take a tour of this full-service design, build, operations and maintenance firm. This career day is open to juniors and seniors interested in design, architecture, and construction and engineering.

ACTIVITIES:
NHS
honor cords are available for purchase through the business office for $12.

UPCOMING EVENTS:
4/22: Special Schedule due to ACT testing on 4/23 (see below)
4/23: ACT testing-Special Schedule (see below)

4/23: Cheer tryouts-4-7 pm-Gym
4/24: Battle of the Bands-6:00 pm-Auditorium
4/30: College Night for Juniors-7 pm
5/1: Senior Prom

ATHLETICS:
Monday 4/21/14:
Softball Var vs Benson@Woodstock                        4:00 pm/Release 2:30
Softball JV vs Wilson@Rieke                                       4:00 pm/Release2:15
Baseball Var vs Lincoln@Sckavone                         4:30 pm/Release 3:00
Baseball JV2 vs Grant@Powell Park                        4:30 pm
Girls Lacrosse V/JV @Grant                                      6/7:30 pm

Tuesday 4/22/14:
Baseball JV2 vs Wilson@Jackson MS                  4:30 pm/Release 2:05
Boys Tennis vs Wilson@PTC                                    4:15 pm/Release 3:00
Girls Tennis @Wilson                                                 4:15 pm/Release 2:45

Wednesday 4/23/14:
Baseball Var vs Grant@Sckavone                         4:30 pm/Release 2:45
Softball Var vs Grant@Wilshire                              4:00 pm/Release 2:15
Softball JV vs Grant@Wilshire                                4:00 pm/Release 2:15
Girls Tennis vs Franklin@Irving Park                  4:00 pm/Release 2:45

Thursday 4/24/14:
Track Wilson Classic@Wilson                                  4:00 pm/Release 2:00
Girls Golf PIL@Heron Lakes                                    12:20 pm/Release 11:15
Softball Var vs Franklin@Clinton Park                4:00 pm/Release TBA
Boys Tennis Var vs Madison@PTC                        4:15 pm/Release 3:00
Girls Tennis Var@Madison                                        4:15 pm/Release 2:45
Boys Golf PIL@Eastmoreland                                  1:00 pm/Release 12:00
Girls Lacrosse JV/Var vs Hood River@Home    6/7:30 pm

Friday 4/25/14:
Boys Lacrosse JV/Var @Hood River                     5/7 pm/Release TBA
Softball JV vs Jefferson@Woodstock                     4:00 pm/Release 2:45

Saturday 4/26/14:
Baseball JV vs Horizon Christian@Powell Park  12:00 pm

SPECIAL SCHEDULE 4/22:
Period 5 – 8:15-9:15
Period 6 – 9:20-10:20
Period 7 – 10:25-11:25
Lunch – 11:25-12:00
Period 8 – 12:05-1:05
Period 1 – 1:10-2:10
Period 2 – 2:15-3:15

ACT TESTING DAY 4/23 SPECIAL SCHEDULE:
8:10 am – JUNIORS report to assigned ACT test room NO LATER than 8:10 am
8:15 am – Seniors/Juniors not testing/Sophomores – Report to assigned (by last name) location
Last names beginning with: A-G to gym; H-N to library; O-Z to auditorium
8:15 am – Freshmen report to academy class

ALL STUDENTS REPORT TO:
Lunch – 12:45-1:25
Period 3 – 1:30-2:20
Period 4 – 2:25-3:15

4/18/14 Friday Bulletin

by Michelle Orr

THIS WEEK: 
Friday 4/18: B Day

NEXT WEEK:
Monday 4/21: A Day-Dept. Lrg. Team
Tuesday 4/22: SPECIAL SCHEDULE-SEE BELOW
Wednesday 4/23: ACT SPECIAL SCHEDULE
Thursday 4/24: B Day-Dept. Mtg/Master Sched/Sec.
Friday 4/25: A Day

ALL SCHOOL:
Students and Staff. . .  here are your 2014 Cleveland Verselandia Slam Poetry winners!
1st Place:   Abby Winn (11th grade)
2nd Place:  Sarah Weaver (12th grade)
3rd Place:  Kendall Marlia-Cooper (11th grade)

And remember:  Let’s support our Cleveland Slam poets at the All District Slam! Where: Gerding Theatre at the Armory on 128 NW Eleventh Avenue Portland, Oregon 97209 | 503-445-3700 (Portland Center Stage)
When: Tuesday, April 29th, 2014 7-9pm; Tickets at the door are $10

Guest passes for prom are now available from Vicki in the Vice Principal’s office. Please bring the school phone and fax number for your guest.

SENIORS - Apply for the Portland Association of Teachers scholarship. Applications available in Mr. Graham’s room or online at: www.pdxteachers.org. Deadline for submitting completed applications is 4:30pm, Friday, 5/9 in person at the PAT office or postmarked no later than 5/9/14.

College Visits this week in the CCC:
Monday, 4/21, 10am — Central Washington University
Tuesday, 4/22, 12:15am — Humboldt State University

**Juniors and seniors, sign up on Naviance to attend a college visit and print your confirmation page as your pass to leave class.

CAREER NEWS:
April Career Day Days: 
Career day applications are available in the SSC on a first-come, first-serve basis. Apply TODAY – these events fill up fast!

  • April 23: Nike Design Career Day: Explore the creative development team process with Nike’s Design Team. This career day is open to seniors interested in design, creative writing, production and more!
  • April 29: Portland International Airport Career Day: Participate in an emergency drill simulation at the Portland International Airport. This career day is open to juniors and seniors interested in fire and emergency response, wildlife management, media relations, public affairs, retail management and more!
  • April 24: McKinstry Sustainable Building Career Day: Take a tour of this full-service design, build, operations and maintenance firm. This career day is open to juniors and seniors interested in design, architecture, and construction and engineering.

ACTIVITIES:
Attention Key Clubbers
and those interested in volunteer opportunities! There will be a lunch meeting this Friday discussing involvement in service projects this weekend and in the near future. If you are interested in doing any volunteer work this Saturday or later in the year, come to room 281 at lunch this Friday 4/18!

UPCOMING EVENTS:
4/18: Cap & Gown delivery@lunch-Cafeteria
4/22: Special Schedule due to ACT testing on 4/23 (See below)
4/23: ACT testing-Special Schedule
(See below)
4/24: Battle of the Bands-6:00 pm-Auditorium

ATHLETICS:
Friday 4/18/14:
Boys Golf PIL@Heron Lakes                                           11:00 am/Release 9:30
Girls Golf PIL@Eastmoreland                                       12:00 pm/Release 11:00
Girls Lacrosse JV/V vs Wilson@Home                        6/7 pm
Boys Lacross @Redmond                                                  Release 12:00

Monday 4/21/14:
Softball Var vs Benson@Woodstock                        4:00 pm/Release 2:30
Softball JV vs Wilson@Rieke                                       4:00 pm/Release2:15
Baseball Var vs Lincoln@Sckavone                         4:30 pm/Release 3:00
Baseball JV2 vs Grant@Powell Park                        4:30 pm
Girls Lacrosse V/JV @Grant                                      6/7:30 pm

SPECIAL SCHEDULE 4/22:
Period 5 – 8:15-9:15
Period 6 – 9:20-10:20
Period 7 – 10:25-11:25
Lunch – 11:25-12:00
Period 8 – 12:05-1:05
Period 1 – 1:10-2:10
Period 2 – 2:15-3:15

ACT TESTING DAY 4/23 SPECIAL SCHEDULE:
8:10 am – JUNIORS report to assigned ACT test room NO LATER than 8:10 am
8:15 am – Seniors/Juniors not testing/Sophomores – Report to assigned (by last name) location
Last names beginning with: A-G to gym; H-N to library; O-Z to auditorium
8:15 am – Freshmen report to academy class

ALL STUDENTS REPORT TO:
Lunch – 12:45-1:25
Period 3 – 1:30-2:20
Period 4 – 2:25-3:15

4/17/14 Thursday Bulletin

by Michelle Orr

THIS WEEK: 
Thursday 4/17: A Day-Academy/Tutorial
Friday 4/18: B Day

NEXT WEEK:
Monday 4/21: A Day-Dept. Lrg. Team
Tuesday 4/22: SPECIAL SCHEDULE-SEE BELOW
Wednesday 4/23: ACT SPECIAL SCHEDULE
Thursday 4/24: B Day-Dept. Mtg/Master Sched/Sec.
Friday 4/25: A Day

ALL SCHOOL:
Guest passes for prom
are now available from Vicki in the Vice Principal’s office. Please bring the school phone and fax number for your guest.

PCC FIELD TRIP:REMINDER:  Don’t forget to turn in your field trip permission slips to your counselor ASAP for this Friday’s field trip to PCC!

BATTLE OF THE BANDS! April 24th, 6pm in the Cleveland auditorium. Come and see Cleveland’s finest musical talents compete for the title of best Cleveland band.

Travel to Peru in June 2015 and earn college credit! Final info meeting at lunch, Wednesday 4/30 at 10:50am in Douglas’s Room 233. Come grab a free donut and learn about the trip with Mr. Sinner and an EF tours representative. RSVP through email-ksinner@pps.net .This is a service learning travel experience abroad and is open to all students.

ATTENTION SENIORS: The time has come to pick up your Announcement orders and cap and gown packages. Jostens will be here on Thursday 4/17, during lunch, in the CAFETERIA to deliver your products. Be sure to pick them up. Orders need to be paid in full.

SENIORS - Apply for the Portland Association of Teachers scholarship. Applications available in Mr. Graham’s room or online at: www.pdxteachers.org. Deadline for submitting completed applications is 4:30pm, Friday, 5/9 in person at the PAT office or postmarked no later than 5/9/14.

CAREER NEWS:
April Career Day Days: 
Career day applications are available in the SSC on a first-come, first-serve basis. Apply TODAY – these events fill up fast!

April 23: Nike Design Career Day: Explore the creative development team process with Nike’s Design Team. This career day is open to seniors interested in design, creative writing, production and more!

April 29: Portland International Airport Career Day: Participate in an emergency drill simulation at the Portland International Airport. This career day is open to juniors and seniors interested in fire and emergency response, wildlife management, media relations, public affairs, retail management and more!

April 24: McKinstry Sustainable Building Career Day: Take a tour of this full-service design, build, operations and maintenance firm. This career day is open to juniors and seniors interested in design, architecture, and construction and engineering. 

Multnomah County’s Office of Diversity and Equity and the City of Portland’s Office of Neighborhood Involvement are happy to announce recruitment for the 2014-15 Multnomah Youth Commission. Youth interested in policy, activism, community organizing, or making the community better can apply to be Youth Commissioners.  Youth Commissioners serve a one-year term and commit up to 15 hours per month to help advise the County & City on issues that impact the lives of their peers.  Youth Commissioners are also in charge of implementing “Our Bill of Rights: Children + Youth,” the nation’s first Bill of Rights written by and for young people.  Apply at www.ourcommission.org/apply by April 28.

ACTIVITIES:
Attention Key Clubbers
and those interested in volunteer opportunities! There will be a lunch meeting this Friday discussing involvement in service projects this weekend and in the near future. If you are interested in doing any volunteer work this Saturday or later in the year, come to room 281 at lunch this Friday 4/18!

NHS Induction is scheduled in the auditorium on Thursday 4/17 from 7-8.

UPCOMING EVENTS:
4/17: Cap & Gown delivery@lunch-outside of main office
4/17: NHS Induction-7:00 pm – Auditorium
4/17: PTA Meeting-7:00 pm – Library
4/22: Special Schedule TBA due to ACT testing on 4/23 (See below)
4/23: ACT testing-Special Schedule
(See below)
4/24: Battle of the Bands-6:00 pm-Auditorium

ATHLETICS:
Thursday 4/17/14:
Softball V/JV vs Roosevelt@Woodstock Park        4:00 pm/Release 2:15
Baseball JV2 vs Grant@Irving Park                             4:30 pm
Boys Tennis @Franklin                                                      4:15 pm/Release 3:00
Girls Tennis vs Franklin@PTC                                         4:15 pm/Release 3:00
Boys Lacross V/JV @Newberg                                        5:45/8 pm

Friday 4/18/14:
Boys Golf PIL@Heron Lakes                                           11:00 am/Release 9:30
Girls Golf PIL@Eastmoreland                                       12:00 pm/Release 11:00
Girls Lacrosse JV/V vs Wilson@Home                        6/7 pm
Boys Lacross @Redmond                                                  Release 12:00

STAFF:
It’s time to shop at Schoolhouse Supplies! This Tuesday – Thursday (April 15-17) is our shopping week at the Free Store for Teachers!  Schoolhouse Supplies is open Tuesday through Thursday, 1-7pm, and is located in the lower parking lot of Madison High School, near the athletic field.  Reminder: please only shop once during your scheduled week. This week’s specials:

  • April is Arts month! Look for a fresh stock of art supplies
  • Flash drives
  • New supply pencils & glue sticks!
  • Copy paper – limit 5 reams!
  • Disinfecting wipes
  • Awesome science equipment & supplies

SPECIAL SCHEDULE 4/22:
Period 5 – 8:15-9:15
Period 6 – 9:20-10:20
Period 7 – 10:25-11:25
Lunch – 11:25-12:00
Period 8 – 12:05-1:05
Period 1 – 1:10-2:10
Period 2 – 2:15-3:15

ACT TESTING DAY 4/23 SPECIAL SCHEDULE:
8:10 am – JUNIORS report to assigned ACT test room NO LATER than 8:10 am
8:15 am – Seniors/Juniors not testing/Sophomores – Report to assigned (by last name) location
Last names beginning with: A-G to gym; H-N to library; O-Z to auditorium
8:15 am – Freshmen report to academy class

ALL STUDENTS REPORT TO:
Lunch – 12:45-1:25
Period 3 – 1:30-2:20
Period 4 – 2:25-3:15

4/16/14 Wednesday Bulletin

by Michelle Orr

THIS WEEK: 
Wednesday 4/16: B Day-TUTORIAL
Thursday 4/17: A Day-Academy/Tutorial
Friday 4/18: B Day

NEXT WEEK:
Monday 4/21: A Day-Dept. Lrg. Team
Tuesday 4/22: SPECIAL SCHEDULE-SEE BELOW
Wednesday 4/23: ACT SPECIAL SCHEDULE
Thursday 4/24: B Day-Dept. Mtg/Master Sched/Sec.
Friday 4/25: A Day

ALL SCHOOL:
Congratulations to the choir,
the District Champion of the PIL Choral Festival!!

Students and Staff!  Come join us this evening, Wednesday April 16th, for Cleveland HS Verselandia Slam Poetry contest!!  It all happens tonight here at Cleveland at 7PM, in room 268 (Drama room).  Come hear some amazing and gut-wrenching student performances and cheer on you favorites!  1st, 2nd & 3rd places will be awarded.

PCC FIELD TRIP:REMINDER:  Don’t forget to turn in your field trip permission slips to your counselor ASAP for this Friday’s field trip to PCC!

BATTLE OF THE BANDS! April 24th, 6pm in the Cleveland auditorium. Come and see Cleveland’s finest musical talents compete for the title of best Cleveland band.

Travel to Peru in June 2015 and earn college credit! Final info meeting at lunch, Wednesday 4/30 at 10:50am in Douglas’s Room 233. Come grab a free donut and learn about the trip with Mr. Sinner and an EF tours representative. RSVP through email-ksinner@pps.net .This is a service learning travel experience abroad and is open to all students.

ATTENTION SENIORS: The time has come to pick up your Announcement orders and cap and gown packages. Jostens will be here on Thursday 4/17, during lunch, in the CAFETERIA to deliver your products. Be sure to pick them up. Orders need to be paid in full.

SENIORS - Apply for the Portland Association of Teachers scholarship. Applications available in Mr. Graham’s room or online at: www.pdxteachers.org. Deadline for submitting completed applications is 4:30pm, Friday, 5/9 in person at the PAT office or postmarked no later than 5/9/14.

This year’s annual Asian American Youth Leadership Conference is coming up fast! It’ll be fun with new and old friends, food, learning more about Asian culture and about ourselves! Please sign up Ms. Yang in room 315 and pay $5 to the business office ASAP!!

CAREER NEWS:
April Career Day Days: 
Career day applications are available in the SSC on a first-come, first-serve basis. Apply TODAY – these events fill up fast!

April 23: Nike Design Career Day: Explore the creative development team process with Nike’s Design Team. This career day is open to seniors interested in design, creative writing, production and more!

April 29: Portland International Airport Career Day: Participate in an emergency drill simulation at the Portland International Airport. This career day is open to juniors and seniors interested in fire and emergency response, wildlife management, media relations, public affairs, retail management and more!

April 24: McKinstry Sustainable Building Career Day: Take a tour of this full-service design, build, operations and maintenance firm. This career day is open to juniors and seniors interested in design, architecture, and construction and engineering. 

Multnomah County’s Office of Diversity and Equity and the City of Portland’s Office of Neighborhood Involvement are happy to announce recruitment for the 2014-15 Multnomah Youth Commission. Youth interested in policy, activism, community organizing, or making the community better can apply to be Youth Commissioners.  Youth Commissioners serve a one-year term and commit up to 15 hours per month to help advise the County & City on issues that impact the lives of their peers.  Youth Commissioners are also in charge of implementing “Our Bill of Rights: Children + Youth,” the nation’s first Bill of Rights written by and for young people.  Apply at www.ourcommission.org/apply by April 28.

ACTIVITIES:
Boys Lacrosse:
A required 15 minute meeting at the start of lunch TODAY in Mr. Burns’ room 344.

NHS Induction is scheduled in the auditorium on Thursday 4/17 from 7-8.

UPCOMING EVENTS:
4/16: Verselandia- 7:00 pm – room 268
4/17: Cap & Gown delivery@lunch-outside of main office
4/17: NHS Induction-7:00 pm – Auditorium
4/17: PTA Meeting-7:00 pm – Library
4/22: Special Schedule TBA due to ACT testing on 4/23 (See below)
4/23: ACT testing-Special Schedule
(See below)
4/24: Battle of the Bands-6:00 pm-Auditorium

ATHLETICS:
Wednesday 4/16/14:
Track vs. Roosevelt@Home                                        4:00 pm/Release 3:00
Softball Var vs Madison@Glenhaven                       4:00 pm/Release 2:15
Softball JV vs Madison@Rose City                            4:00 pm/Release 2:15
Girls Golf Var PIL@Rose City                                      11:45 pm/Release 10:00

Thursday 4/17/14:
Softball V/JV vs Roosevelt@Woodstock Park        4:00 pm/Release 2:15
Baseball JV2 vs Grant@Irving Park                             4:30 pm
Boys Tennis @Franklin                                                      4:15 pm/Release 3:00
Girls Tennis vs Franklin@PTC                                         4:15 pm/Release 3:00
Boys Lacross V/JV @Newberg                                        5:45/8 pm

Friday 4/18/14:
Boys Golf PIL@Heron Lakes                                           11:00 am/Release 9:30
Girls Golf PIL@Eastmoreland                                       12:00 pm/Release 11:00
Girls Lacrosse JV/V vs Wilson@Home                        6/7 pm
Boys Lacross @Redmond                                                  Release 12:00

STAFF:
It’s time to shop at Schoolhouse Supplies! This Tuesday – Thursday (April 15-17) is our shopping week at the Free Store for Teachers!  Schoolhouse Supplies is open Tuesday through Thursday, 1-7pm, and is located in the lower parking lot of Madison High School, near the athletic field.  Reminder: please only shop once during your scheduled week. This week’s specials:

  • April is Arts month! Look for a fresh stock of art supplies
  • Flash drives
  • New supply pencils & glue sticks!
  • Copy paper – limit 5 reams!
  • Disinfecting wipes
  • Awesome science equipment & supplies

 

SPECIAL SCHEDULE 4/22:
Period 5 – 8:15-9:15
Period 6 – 9:20-10:20
Period 7 – 10:25-11:25
Lunch – 11:25-12:00
Period 8 – 12:05-1:05
Period 1 – 1:10-2:10
Period 2 – 2:15-3:15

ACT TESTING DAY 4/23 SPECIAL SCHEDULE:
8:10 am – JUNIORS report to assigned ACT test room NO LATER than 8:10 am
8:15 am – Seniors/Juniors not testing/Sophomores – Report to assigned (by last name) location
Last names beginning with: A-G to gym; H-N to library; O-Z to auditorium
8:15 am – Freshmen report to academy class

ALL STUDENTS REPORT TO:
Lunch – 12:45-1:25
Period 3 – 1:30-2:20
Period 4 – 2:25-3:15

4/15/14 Tuesday Bulletin

by Michelle Orr

THIS WEEK: 
Tuesday 4/15: A Day
Wednesday 4/16: B Day-TUTORIAL
Thursday 4/17: A Day-Academy/Tutorial
Friday 4/18: B Day

NEXT WEEK:
Monday 4/21: A Day-Dept. Lrg. Team
Tuesday 4/22: SPECIAL SCHEDULE-SEE BELOW
Wednesday 4/23: ACT SPECIAL SCHEDULE
Thursday 4/24: B Day-Dept. Mtg/Master Sched/Sec.
Friday 4/25: A Day

ALL SCHOOL:
Congratulations to the choir,
the District Champion of the PIL Choral Festival!!

BATTLE OF THE BANDS! April 24th, 6pm in the Cleveland auditorium. Come and see Cleveland’s finest musical talents compete for the title of best Cleveland band.

Travel to Peru in June 2015 and earn college credit! Final info meeting at lunch, Wednesday 4/30 at 10:50am in Douglas’s Room 233. Come grab a free donut and learn about the trip with Mr. Sinner and an EF tours representative. RSVP through email-ksinner@pps.net .This is a service learning travel experience abroad and is open to all students.

Attention Seniors:  The time has come to pick up your Announcement orders and cap and gown packages.  Jostens will be here on Thursday 4/17, during lunch, outside the main office, to hand them out.  Be sure to pick up your orders.  Orders need to be paid in full to deliver our products.

SENIORS - Apply for the Portland Association of Teachers scholarship. Applications available in Mr. Graham’s room or online at: www.pdxteachers.org. Deadline for submitting completed applications is 4:30pm, Friday, 5/9 in person at the PAT office or postmarked no later than 5/9/14.

This year’s annual Asian American Youth Leadership Conference is coming up fast! It’ll be fun with new and old friends, food, learning more about Asian culture and about ourselves! Please sign up Ms. Yang in room 315 and pay $5 to the business office ASAP!!

CAREER NEWS:
April Career Day Days: 
Career day applications are available in the SSC on a first-come, first-serve basis. Apply TODAY – these events fill up fast!

April 23: Nike Design Career Day: Explore the creative development team process with Nike’s Design Team. This career day is open to seniors interested in design, creative writing, production and more!

April 29: Portland International Airport Career Day: Participate in an emergency drill simulation at the Portland International Airport. This career day is open to juniors and seniors interested in fire and emergency response, wildlife management, media relations, public affairs, retail management and more!

April 24: McKinstry Sustainable Building Career Day: Take a tour of this full-service design, build, operations and maintenance firm. This career day is open to juniors and seniors interested in design, architecture, and construction and engineering. 

Multnomah County’s Office of Diversity and Equity and the City of Portland’s Office of Neighborhood Involvement are happy to announce recruitment for the 2014-15 Multnomah Youth Commission. Youth interested in policy, activism, community organizing, or making the community better can apply to be Youth Commissioners.  Youth Commissioners serve a one-year term and commit up to 15 hours per month to help advise the County & City on issues that impact the lives of their peers.  Youth Commissioners are also in charge of implementing “Our Bill of Rights: Children + Youth,” the nation’s first Bill of Rights written by and for young people.  Apply at www.ourcommission.org/apply by April 28.

ACTIVITIES:
Boys Lacrosse:
A required 15 minute meeting at the start of lunch on Wednesday in Mr. Burns’ room 344.

NHS Induction is scheduled in the auditorium on Thursday 4/17 from 7-8.

UPCOMING EVENTS:
4/16: Verselandia- 7:00 pm – room 268
4/17: Cap & Gown delivery@lunch-outside of main office
4/17: NHS Induction-7:00 pm – Auditorium
4/17: PTA Meeting-7:00 pm – Library
4/22: Special Schedule TBA due to ACT testing on 4/23 (See below)
4/23: ACT testing-Special Schedule
(See below)
4/24: Battle of the Bands-6:00 pm-Auditorium

ATHLETICS:
Tuesday 4/15/14:
Softball Var vs Franklin@Woodstock Park               4:00 pm/Release 2:15
Softball JV vs Grant@Wilshire                                       4:00 pm/Release 2:15
Baseball Var @Grant                                                         4:30 pm/Release 2:45
Baseball JV2 vs Madison@Powell Park                      4:30 pm
Boys Tennis @Roosevelt                                                   4:15 pm/Release 2:45
Girls Tennis vs Roosevelt@PTC                                      4:15 pm/Release 3:00
Boys Golf PIL@Rose City                                                1:00 pm/Release 11:20
Girls Lacrosse V/JV @Lincoln                                     6/7:45 pm
Boys Lacrosse Var Valley Cath@Home                      8:00 pm

Wednesday 4/16/14:
Track vs. Roosevelt@Home                                        4:00 pm/Release 3:00
Softball Var vs Madison@Glenhaven                       4:00 pm/Release 2:15
Softball JV vs Madison@Rose City                            4:00 pm/Release 2:15
Girls Golf Var PIL@Rose City                                      11:45 pm/Release 10:00

Thursday 4/17/14:
Softball V/JV vs Roosevelt@Woodstock Park        4:00 pm/Release 2:15
Baseball JV2 vs Grant@Irving Park                             4:30 pm
Boys Tennis @Franklin                                                      4:15 pm/Release 3:00
Girls Tennis vs Franklin@PTC                                         4:15 pm/Release 3:00
Boys Lacross V/JV @Newberg                                        5:45/8 pm

Friday 4/18/14:
Boys Golf PIL@Heron Lakes                                           11:00 am/Release 9:30
Girls Golf PIL@Eastmoreland                                       12:00 pm/Release 11:00
Girls Lacrosse JV/V vs Wilson@Home                        6/7 pm
Boys Lacross @Redmond                                                  Release 12:00

STAFF:
**** If you are a room supervisor or proctor for the ACT, please attend the meeting TODAY at 3:30 p.m. in Kari Freeman’s room, 325.  This is required and we appreciate your cooperation.

It’s time to shop at Schoolhouse Supplies! This Tuesday – Thursday (April 15-17) is our shopping week at the Free Store for Teachers!  Schoolhouse Supplies is open Tuesday through Thursday, 1-7pm, and is located in the lower parking lot of Madison High School, near the athletic field.  Reminder: please only shop once during your scheduled week. This week’s specials:

  • April is Arts month! Look for a fresh stock of art supplies
  • Flash drives
  • New supply pencils & glue sticks!
  • Copy paper – limit 5 reams!
  • Disinfecting wipes
  • Awesome science equipment & supplies

SPECIAL SCHEDULE 4/22:
Period 5 – 8:15-9:15
Period 6 – 9:20-10:20
Period 7 – 10:25-11:25
Lunch – 11:25-12:00
Period 8 – 12:05-1:05
Period 1 – 1:10-2:10
Period 2 – 2:15-3:15

ACT TESTING DAY 4/23 SPECIAL SCHEDULE:
8:10 am – JUNIORS report to assigned ACT test room NO LATER than 8:10 am
8:15 am – Seniors/Juniors not testing/Sophomores – Report to assigned (by last name) location
Last names beginning with: A-G to gym; H-N to library; O-Z to auditorium
8:15 am – Freshmen report to academy class

ALL STUDENTS REPORT TO:
Lunch – 12:45-1:25
Period 3 – 1:30-2:20
Period 4 – 2:25-3:15

4/14/14 Monday Bulletin

by Michelle Orr

THIS WEEK: 
Monday 4/14: B Day-Building PD
Tuesday 4/15: A Day
Wednesday 4/16: B Day-TUTORIAL
Thursday 4/17: A Day-Academy/Tutorial
Friday 4/18: B Day

NEXT WEEK:
Monday 4/21: A Day-Dept. Lrg. Team
Tuesday 4/22: SPECIAL SCHEDULE-SEE BELOW
Wednesday 4/23: ACT SPECIAL SCHEDULE
Thursday 4/24: B Day-Dept. Mtg/Master Sched/Sec.
Friday 4/25: A Day

ALL SCHOOL:
DRESS CODE:
With the upcoming change in weather (we hope) a reminder of some of our dress code:
o   Clothing or accessories that could substantially interfere with the learning process or school climate or disrupt the educational process is NOT allowed.
o   Immodest clothing such as halter tops, tube tops, strapless, muscle shirts, backless tops/dresses,see-through attire for either sex is NOT allowed.
o   Clothing that is sexually suggestive (Examples include bare midriffs, visible or showing undergarments, plunging necklines, see-through materials, and sagging pants) is NOT allowed.

Congratulations to the choir, the District Champion of the PIL Choral Festival!!

BATTLE OF THE BANDS! April 24th, 6pm in the Cleveland auditorium. Come and see Cleveland’s finest musical talents compete for the title of best Cleveland band.

Attention Seniors:  The time has come to pick up your Announcement orders and cap and gown packages.  Jostens will be here on Thursday 4/17, during lunch, outside the main office, to hand them out.  Be sure to pick up your orders.  Orders need to be paid in full to deliver our products.

SENIORS - Apply for the Portland Association of Teachers scholarship. Applications available in Mr. Graham’s room or online at: www.pdxteachers.org. Deadline for submitting completed applications is 4:30pm, Friday, 5/9 in person at the PAT office or postmarked no later than 5/9/14.

Seniors: Could you use a new laptop computer? Have you been very involved in community service over the past 12 months? If so, apply for the Laptop Scholarship! Applications are available in the SSC. A Cleveland student won this two years ago! You do not need to be attending college next fall to apply.

CAREER NEWS:
April Career Day Days: 
Career day applications are available in the SSC on a first-come, first-serve basis. Apply TODAY – these events fill up fast!

April 23: Nike Design Career Day: Explore the creative development team process with Nike’s Design Team. This career day is open to seniors interested in design, creative writing, production and more!

April 29: Portland International Airport Career Day: Participate in an emergency drill simulation at the Portland International Airport. This career day is open to juniors and seniors interested in fire and emergency response, wildlife management, media relations, public affairs, retail management and more!

April 24: McKinstry Sustainable Building Career Day: Take a tour of this full-service design, build, operations and maintenance firm. This career day is open to juniors and seniors interested in design, architecture, and construction and engineering. 

Multnomah County’s Office of Diversity and Equity and the City of Portland’s Office of Neighborhood Involvement are happy to announce recruitment for the 2014-15 Multnomah Youth Commission. Youth interested in policy, activism, community organizing, or making the community better can apply to be Youth Commissioners.  Youth Commissioners serve a one-year term and commit up to 15 hours per month to help advise the County & City on issues that impact the lives of their peers.  Youth Commissioners are also in charge of implementing “Our Bill of Rights: Children + Youth,” the nation’s first Bill of Rights written by and for young people.  Apply at www.ourcommission.org/apply by April 28.

Lion Tamer, Juggler, or Tight Rope Walker Needed!  Well, not really…but, we are seeking Cleveland High School students to come and help run games and activities at The Llewellyn Elementary School Carnival.  We have activities like a rock-climbing wall, 3-legged races, sack hops, bean bag toss, spin art, button making, and lots more.  We are looking for volunteers on June 6th, 5:30-8pm.  No experience is needed.  It’s a super fun way to build the community service portion of your resume.  Sign-up on-line at http://www.llewellyncarnival.com or email Rachel Ginocchio, Ringmaster, at rhsginocchio@yahoo.com. Thanks!

UPCOMING EVENTS:
4/16: Verselandia- 7:00 pm – room 268
4/17: Cap & Gown delivery@lunch
4/17: NHS Induction-7:00 pm – Auditorium
4/17: PTA Meeting-7:00 pm – Library
4/22: Special Schedule TBA due to ACT testing on 4/23
4/23: ACT testing-Special Schedule

4/24: Battle of the Bands-6:00 pm-Auditorium

ATHLETICS:
Monday 4/14/14:
Softball Var vs Lincoln@Woodstock                           4:00 pm/Release 2:30
Baseball JV2 vs Benson@Powell Park                         4:30 pm
Girls Tennis @Wilson                                                          4:00 pm/Release 3:00

Tuesday 4/15/14:
Softball Var vs Franklin@Woodstock Park               4:00 pm/Release 2:15
Softball JV vs Grant@Wilshire                                       4:00 pm/Release 2:15
Baseball Var @Grant                                                         4:30 pm/Release 2:45
Baseball JV2 vs Madison@Powell Park                      4:30 pm
Boys Tennis @Roosevelt                                                   4:15 pm/Release 2:45
Girls Tennis vs Roosevelt@PTC                                      4:15 pm/Release 3:00
Boys Golf PIL@Rose City                                                1:00 pm/Release 11:20
Girls Lacrosse V/JV @Lincoln                                     6/7:45 pm
Boys Lacrosse Var Valley Cath@Home                      8:00 pm

Wednesday 4/16/14:
Track vs. Roosevelt@Home                                        4:00 pm/Release 3:00
Softball Var vs Madison@Glenhaven                       4:00 pm/Release 2:15
Softball JV vs Madison@Rose City                            4:00 pm/Release 2:15
Girls Golf Var PIL@Rose City                                      11:45 pm/Release 10:00

Thursday 4/17/14:
Softball V/JV vs Roosevelt@Woodstock Park        4:00 pm/Release 2:15
Baseball JV2 vs Grant@Irving Park                             4:30 pm
Boys Tennis @Franklin                                                      4:15 pm/Release 3:00
Girls Tennis vs Franklin@PTC                                         4:15 pm/Release 3:00
Boys Lacross V/JV @Newberg                                        5:45/8 pm

Friday 4/18/14:
Boys Golf PIL@Heron Lakes                                           11:00 am/Release 9:30
Girls Golf PIL@Eastmoreland                                       12:00 pm/Release 11:00
Girls Lacrosse JV/V vs Wilson@Home                        6/7 pm
Boys Lacross @Redmond                                                  Release 12:00

STAFF:
It’s time to shop at Schoolhouse Supplies! This Tuesday – Thursday (April 15-17) is our shopping week at the Free Store for Teachers!  Schoolhouse Supplies is open Tuesday through Thursday, 1-7pm, and is located in the lower parking lot of Madison High School, near the athletic field.  Reminder: please only shop once during your scheduled week. This week’s specials:

  • April is Arts month! Look for a fresh stock of art supplies
  • Flash drives
  • New supply pencils & glue sticks!
  • Copy paper – limit 5 reams!
  • Disinfecting wipes
  • Awesome science equipment & supplies

 SPECIAL SCHEDULE 4/22:
Period 5 – 8:15-9:15
Period 6 – 9:20-10:20
Period 7 – 10:25-11:25
Lunch – 11:25-12:00
Period 8 – 12:05-1:05
Period 1 – 1:10-2:10
Period 2 – 2:15-3:15

ACT TESTING DAY 4/23 SPECIAL SCHEDULE:
8:10 am – JUNIORS report to assigned ACT test room NO LATER than 8:10 am
8:15 am – Seniors/Juniors not testing/Sophomores – Report to assigned (by last name) location
Last names beginning with: A-G to gym; H-N to library; O-Z to auditorium
8:15 am – Freshmen report to academy class

ALL STUDENTS REPORT TO:
Lunch – 12:45-1:25
Period 3 – 1:30-2:20
Period 4 – 2:25-3:15

4/10/14 Thursday Bulletin

by Michelle Orr

THIS WEEK: 
Thursday 4/10: A Day- Building PD
Friday 4/11: PLANNING-NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS

NEXT WEEK:
Monday 4/14: B Day-Building PD
Tuesday 4/15: A Day
Wednesday 4/16: B Day-TUTORIAL
Thursday 4/17: A Day-Academy/Tutorial
Friday 4/18: B Day

ALL SCHOOL:
DRESS CODE:
With the upcoming change in weather (we hope) a reminder of some of our dress code:

o   Clothing or accessories that could substantially interfere with the learning process or school climate or disrupt the educational process is NOT allowed.
o   Immodest clothing such as halter tops, tube tops, strapless, muscle shirts, backless tops/dresses,see-through attire for either sex is NOT allowed.
o   Clothing that is sexually suggestive (Examples include bare midriffs, visible or showing undergarments, plunging necklines, see-through materials, and sagging pants) is NOT allowed.

BATTLE OF THE BANDS! April 24th, 6pm in the Cleveland auditorium. Come and see Cleveland’s finest musical talents compete for the title of best Cleveland band.

Verselandia Poets!! Practice/Rehearsals are AGAIN today  4/10 during tutorial in the auditorium… please plan on attending so you can get a practice run in with your poems in front of a microphone.

Support the 4 Worlds United Soccer Alliance by going through your basements and garages to donate your unwanted sporting equipment and apparel. There will be a donation box in the main office this week. Your donation will give children without the resources to play sports a chance to participate. For more information visit: 4worldsunited.org

SENIORS - Apply for the Portland Association of Teachers scholarship. Applications available in Mr. Graham’s room or online at: www.pdxteachers.org. Deadline for submitting completed applications is 4:30pm, Friday, 5/9 in person at the PAT office or postmarked no later than 5/9/14.

Seniors: Could you use a new laptop computer? Have you been very involved in community service over the past 12 months? If so, apply for the Laptop Scholarship! Applications are available in the SSC. A Cleveland student won this two years ago! You do not need to be attending college next fall to apply.

CAREER NEWS:
April Career Day Days: 
Career day applications are available in the SSC on a first-come, first-serve basis. Apply TODAY – these events fill up fast!

April 17: Providence Health Marketing Career Day: Meet the marketing team at Providence Health Care. This career day is open to juniors and seniors interested in marketing and business.

April 23: Nike Design Career Day: Explore the creative development team process with Nike’s Design Team. This career day is open to seniors interested in design, creative writing, production and more!

April 29: Portland International Airport Career Day: Participate in an emergency drill simulation at the Portland International Airport. This career day is open to juniors and seniors interested in fire and emergency response, wildlife management, media relations, public affairs, retail management and more!

April 24: McKinstry Sustainable Building Career Day: Take a tour of this full-service design, build, operations and maintenance firm. This career day is open to juniors and seniors interested in design, architecture, and construction and engineering. 

UPCOMING EVENTS:
4/10: End of the 3rd Quarter
4/11: PLANNING DAY-NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS
4/16: Verselandia- 7:00 pm – room 268
4/17: Cap & Gown delivery@lunch
4/17: NHS Induction-7:00 pm – Auditorium
4/17: PTA Meeting-7:00 pm – Library
4/22: Special Schedule TBA due to ACT testing on 4/23
4/23: ACT testing-Special Schedule

ATHLETICS:
Thursday 4/10/14:
Baseball Var vs Roosevelt@Sckavone                         4:30 pm/Release 3:00
Boys Tennis vs Benson@PTC                                            4:15 pm/Release 3:00
Girls Tennis vs Benson@PTC                                            4:15 pm/Release 3:00
Boys Golf Var PIL@Heron Lakes                                     1:00 pm/Release 11:45
Girls Golf Var pIL@Eastmoreland                                  3:00 pm/Release 2:15
Girls LAX JV/V@OES                                                           6/7:30 pm

Friday 4/11/14:
Baseball JV2 vs Lincoln@Powell Park                           4:30 pm
Boys LAX JV/V@Oregon City                                             6/8 pm
Boys Tennis Reschedule vs Wilson@Gabriel Park     3:00 pm
Softball JV vs Madison@Woodstock Park                    4:00 pm/Release 2:15

Monday 4/14/14:
Softball Var vs Lincoln@Woodstock                           4:00 pm/Release 2:30
Baseball JV2 vs Benson@Powell Park                         4:30 pm
Girls Tennis @Wilson                                                          4:00 pm/Release 3:00

Tuesday 4/15/14:
Softball Var vs Franklin@Woodstock Park               4:00 pm/Release 2:15
Softball JV vs Grant@Wilshire                                       4:00 pm/Release 2:15
Baseball Var @Grant                                                         4:30 pm/Release 2:45
Baseball JV2 vs Madison@Powell Park                      4:30 pm
Boys Tennis @Roosevelt                                                   4:15 pm/Release 2:45
Girls Tennis vs Roosevelt@PTC                                      4:15 pm/Release 3:00
Boys Golf PIL@Rose City                                                1:00 pm/Release 11:20
Girls Lacrosse V/JV @Lincoln                                     6/7:45 pm
Boys Lacrosse Var Valley Cath@Home                      8:00 pm

STAFF:
Young, Gifted and Black is a recognition event that highlights the success of black students throughout PPS. Launched in 2010 by Reiko Williams in her then-role as family engagement director, the tribute tells the counter story of our outstanding black youth in a deficit-focused society.   This year PPS will recognize 20 black students across all grade levels. Professional photographer Marquis Stoudamire will create portrait photographs of each student to accompany their inspirational stories. The portraits will be shared at the event, which will include music, food and a keynote speaker. We are pleased to invite your nominations for the fifth annual Young, Gifted and Black student recognition.

**Please use the YGB Online Form to make your nominations of students by 5 p.m. Monday, April 14.**

4/9/14 Wednesday Bulletin

by Michelle Orr

THIS WEEK: 
Wednesday 4/9: B Day-TUTORIAL
Thursday 4/10: A Day- Building PD
Friday 4/11: PLANNING-NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS

NEXT WEEK:
Monday 4/14: B Day-Building PD
Tuesday 4/15: A Day
Wednesday 4/16: B Day-TUTORIAL
Thursday 4/17: A Day-Academy/Tutorial
Friday 4/18: B Day

ALL SCHOOL:
DRESS CODE:
With the upcoming change in weather (we hope) a reminder of some of our dress code:

o   Clothing or accessories that could substantially interfere with the learning process or school climate or disrupt the educational process is NOT allowed.
o   Immodest clothing such as halter tops, tube tops, strapless, muscle shirts, backless tops/dresses,see-through attire for either sex is NOT allowed.
o   Clothing that is sexually suggestive (Examples include bare midriffs, visible or showing undergarments, plunging necklines, see-through materials, and sagging pants) is NOT allowed.

BATTLE OF THE BANDS! April 24th, 6pm in the Cleveland auditorium. Come and see Cleveland’s finest musical talents compete for the title of best Cleveland band.

Verselandia Poets!! Practice/Rehearsals are today 4/7 and Thursday 4/10 during tutorial in the auditorium… please plan on attending so you can get a practice run in with your poems in front of a microphone.  Again, practice during tutorial today and Thursday in the auditorium.

Come support Wasabi Kraken Dragon Boat team at Burgerville on 4/9! Eat burgers and fries all while helping out one of the coolest sports Cleveland students can participate in.

Student Body Cabinet election packets are available in the main office. Please pick one up if you are interested in running for office. (Especially if you applied for Junior/Senior leadership for next fall.)

Russian Leadership Conference: Today is the last day to register for the Russian Leadership Conference.  Please turn in your form to Ms. Goldbloom in room 311 and pay 10.00 to the business office.

Support the 4 Worlds United Soccer Alliance by going through your basements and garages to donate your unwanted sporting equipment and apparel. There will be a donation box in the main office this week. Your donation will give children without the resources to play sports a chance to participate. For more information visit: 4worldsunited.org

SENIORS - Apply for the Portland Association of Teachers scholarship. Applications available in Mr. Graham’s room or online at: www.pdxteachers.org. Deadline for submitting completed applications is 4:30pm, Friday, 5/9 in person at the PAT office or postmarked no later than 5/9/14.

Seniors: Could you use a new laptop computer? Have you been very involved in community service over the past 12 months? If so, apply for the Laptop Scholarship! Applications are available in the SSC. A Cleveland student won this two years ago! You do not need to be attending college next fall to apply.

CAREER NEWS:
April Career Day Days: 
Career day applications are available in the SSC on a first-come, first-serve basis. Apply TODAY – these events fill up fast!

April 17: Providence Health Marketing Career Day: Meet the marketing team at Providence Health Care. This career day is open to juniors and seniors interested in marketing and business.

April 23: Nike Design Career Day: Explore the creative development team process with Nike’s Design Team. This career day is open to seniors interested in design, creative writing, production and more!

April 29: Portland International Airport Career Day: Participate in an emergency drill simulation at the Portland International Airport. This career day is open to juniors and seniors interested in fire and emergency response, wildlife management, media relations, public affairs, retail management and more!

UPCOMING EVENTS:
4/9: Oregon University System-9:00 am – Auditorium
4/10: End of the 3rd Quarter
4/11: PLANNING DAY-NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS
4/16: Verselandia- 7:00 pm – room 268
4/17: Cap & Gown delivery@lunch
4/17: NHS Induction-7:00 pm – Auditorium
4/17: PTA Meeting-7:00 pm – Library
4/22: Special Schedule TBA due to ACT testing on 4/23
4/23: ACT testing-Special Schedule

ATHLETICS:
Wednesday 4/9/14:
Track Var@Wilson                                                                  4:00 pm/Release 2:15
Softball V/JV vs Roosevelt@Columbia Annex          4:15 pm/Release 2:00
Baseball Var@Roosevelt                                                    4:30 pm/Release 2:30

Thursday 4/10/14:
Baseball Var vs Roosevelt@Sckavone                         4:30 pm/Release 3:00
Boys Tennis vs Benson@PTC                                            4:15 pm/Release 3:00
Girls Tennis vs Benson@PTC                                            4:15 pm/Release 3:00
Boys Golf Var PIL@Heron Lakes                                     1:00 pm/Release 11:45
Girls Golf Var pIL@Eastmoreland                                  3:00 pm/Release 2:15
Girls LAX JV/V@OES                                                           6/7:30 pm

Friday 4/11/14:
Baseball JV2 vs Lincoln@Powell Park                           4:30 pm
Boys LAX JV/V@Oregon City                                             6/8 pm
Boys Tennis Reschedule vs Wilson@Gabriel Park     3:00 pm
Softball JV vs Madison@Woodstock Park                    4:00 pm/Release 2:15

STAFF:
Young, Gifted and Black is a recognition event that highlights the success of black students throughout PPS. Launched in 2010 by Reiko Williams in her then-role as family engagement director, the tribute tells the counter story of our outstanding black youth in a deficit-focused society.   This year PPS will recognize 20 black students across all grade levels. Professional photographer Marquis Stoudamire will create portrait photographs of each student to accompany their inspirational stories. The portraits will be shared at the event, which will include music, food and a keynote speaker. We are pleased to invite your nominations for the fifth annual Young, Gifted and Black student recognition.

**Please use the YGB Online Form to make your nominations of students by 5 p.m. Monday, April 14.**

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