CHS Daily Bulletin

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11/03/14 Monday Bulletin

by Michelle Orr

THIS WEEK:
Monday 11/3: All Classes 1-8
Tuesday 11/4: A Day-Staff Meeting
Wednesday 11/5: B Day
Thursday 11/6: A Day-Tutorial
Friday 11/7: B Day-Quarter 1 ends

NEXT WEEK:
Monday 11/10: Planning Day-No school for students
Tuesday 11/11: Veteran’s Day-No School
Wednesday 11/12: B Day-Grades Due by 6 pm
Thursday 11/13: A Day-Tutorial
Friday 11/14: B Day

ALL SCHOOL:
The FBLA March of Dimes paper pumpkin fundraiser continues this week.  Visit the table at lunch near the library or the business office to purchase one for $1.00.  Sign your name on the pumpkin and see it later on the wall near the main office.  Thank you for your support.

Don’t forget the LAST DAY to register for IB assessments is Tuesday, 11/4.  Forms available in SSC, IB Office (230) and online at the Cleveland website.  Please take form and payment to the business office.  Thank you.

Announcement from the Clarion! Our 2nd issue of the Clarion is available now! Featuring awesome pictures from the homecoming assembly and features on Cleveland’s drama department! Look for the Clarion in the green and yellow boxes positioned around the school. Also, there should be a newspaper suggestion envelope in your English class, we want your ideas and input! Be sure to follow us on Instagram @chsclarion, Twitter @chsclarion, or checkout our online site www.clevelandclarion.com

Senior portraits for the yearbook are due by Friday, December 5th! If you aren’t having professional senior portraits taken but still want a high quality photo for the yearbook, the Legend photo staff can take photos for you. Spots are limited and available on a first come, first serve basis. Contact Eric Levine or clevelandlegend@gmail.com to reserve a spot.

COLLEGE VISITS THIS WEEK IN THE CCC:
Monday, 11/3, 12:15pm: Earlham College
Monday, 11/3, 2pm, College of Idaho
Tuesday, 11/4, 8:15am: Gettysburg College
Tuesday, 11/4, 9am: Montana State
Tuesday, 11/4, 9am: University of Nevada, Las Vegas (in Room 224)
Tuesday, 11/4, 10am: Colby College
Tuesday, 11/4, 11am: Hendrix College
Tuesday, 11/4, 2pm: Quest University
Tuesday, 11/4, 3:30pm: Swarthmore College
Wednesday, 11/5, 9am: San Diego State
Wednesday, 11/5, 10am: Wagner College
Wednesday, 11/5, 12:15pm: Sweet Briar College
Wednesday, 11/5, 1:15pm: Pacific University
Wednesday, 11/5, 2pm: Western Washington University
Thursday, 11/6, 8:30am: American University
Thursday, 11/6, 10am: Macalester College
Thursday, 11/6, 11:45am: University of Washington
Thursday, 11/6, 1:15pm: DePauw University
Thursday, 11/6, 1:30pm: University of Puget Sound (in Room 224)
Thursday, 11/6, 2:30pm: Eckerd College
Friday, 11/7, 8:15am: Seattle University
Friday, 11/7, 10am: University of Colorado/Boulder
Friday, 11/7, 12:15pm: University of California/San Diego

**Juniors and seniors, sign up on Naviance to attend a college visit and print your confirmation page as your pass to leave class. All visits are in the CCC unless otherwise noted.

ACTIVITIES:
NHS meeting
Friday, 11/7 at lunchtime in the choir room 236.

Boys Basketball Meeting
Monday 11/3 during lunch! All boys intending to turn out for basketball on November 17 please meet in Room 135!!

UPCOMING EVENTS:
11/7-8 and 11/14-15: Urinetown-7:00 pm-Auditorium
11/10: PLANNING DAY-NO SCHOOL
11/11: VETERAN’S DAY-HOLIDAY-NO SCHOOL!
11/20-21: Jostens Cap & Gown Orders-Lunchtime
11/20: PTA Meeting-6:00 pm-Library
11/27-28: THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY-NO SCHOOL

10/29/14 Wednesday Bulletin

by Michelle Orr

THIS WEEK:
Wednesday 10/29: B Day
Thursday & Friday 10/30-31: CONFERENCES-No School for students-See schedule below!

NEXT WEEK:
Monday 11/3: All Classes 1-8
Tuesday 11/4: A Day-Staff Meeting
Wednesday 11/5: B Day
Thursday 11/6: A Day-Tutorial
Friday 11/7: B Day-Quarter 1 ends

ALL SCHOOL:
Hello Warrior Fans:
Next week is your last chance to get your Cleveland T-shirts for homecoming. Only $10 now while supplies last. If interested see Coach Harris.

Don’t forget the LAST DAY to register for IB assessments is Tuesday, 11/4.  Forms available in SSC, IB Office (230) and online at the Cleveland website.  Please take form and payment to the business office.  Thank you.

The FBLA fall fundraiser for the March of Dimes is happening in the library hall during lunch.  Purchase a paper pumpkin for $1, sign your name, and decorate our wall of fame across from the main office to help make sure every baby has a healthy start.  Paper pumpkins also available in the business office.

Announcement from the Cleveland Clarion! Our 2nd issue of the Clarion is available!  Featuring awesome pictures from the homecoming assembly and features on Cleveland’s drama department. Look for the Clarion in the green and yellow boxes positioned around the school. Also, there should be a newspaper suggestion envelope in your English class; we want your ideas and input! Be sure to follow us on Instagram @chsclarion, on Twitter @chsclarion, or checkout our online website at www.clevelandclarion.com

Calling ALL Sophomores:   Looking for the ultimate academic challenge? The IB Diploma is an internationally recognized program of study for students looking to maximize academic challenge across the curriculum. Schedule an appointment with IB coordinator, Jennifer Wiandt, to make 2-year plan and decide if full IB is for you! Appointments can be made in the SSC, the IB office (230) or by emailing Ms. Wiandt at jwiandt2@pps.net.

SENIORS:  Anyone who is planning to buy a Senior Gold Card has until the end of October to do so.  Advantages of a Gold Card: it serves as your CHS ID, it admits one to the Senior Prom for free, and it provides discounts on the All-Night Party and Senior lunch tickets.  See Rachel in the Business Office by the end of this month to ensure these savings!!!

Senior portraits for the yearbook are due by Friday, December 5th!  If you aren’t having professional senior portraits taken but still want a high quality photo for the yearbook, the Legend photo staff can take photos for you. Spots are limited and available on a first come, first serve basis. Contact Eric Levine or clevelandlegend@gmail.com to reserve a spot.

Count on finding awesome deals on winter gear at the annual Grant, Cleveland and Madison High School Ski Swap! New and gently used ski and snowboard gear, including great winter togs to keep you warm on the mountain at killer prices. You can also bring your used gear to sell on consignment (drop gear off 11/7 from 7:30-9 pm or 11/8 at 10 am). Sale Hours: 11/8 11-6 and 11/9 10-3. For more information go to www.grantclevelandskiteam.com

COLLEGE VISITS THIS WEEK IN THE CCC:
Wednesday, 10/29, 10am: Southern Oregon University
Wednesday, 10/29, 12:15pm: Bates College
Friday, 10/31, 10am: Pomona College (the CCC will be open just for this college visit)

**Juniors and seniors, sign up on Naviance to attend a college visit and print your confirmation page as your pass to leave class. All visits are in the CCC unless otherwise noted.

CAREER CENTER NEWS:
Oregon Humane Society Career Day: 11/19 (B day):
Sign up to visit the Oregon Humane Society’s new shelter and learn from a variety of Animal Professionals. Learn about volunteer opportunities and different careers in Veterinary care, Communications, Investigations, Graphic Design and more! Pick up your application in the CCC (Room 213) today!

ACTIVITIES:
Boys Basketball Meeting
Monday 11/3 during lunch! All boys intending to turn out for basketball on November 17 please meet in Room 135!!

UPCOMING EVENTS:
10/30-31: Parent Teacher Conferences-No School for Students
11/7-8 and 11/14-15: Urinetown-7:00 pm-Auditorium
11/10: PLANNING DAY-NO SCHOOL
11/11: VETERAN’S DAY-HOLIDAY-NO SCHOOL!
11/20-21: Jostens Cap & Gown Orders-Lunchtime
11/20: PTA Meeting-6:00 pm-Library
11/27-28: THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY-NO SCHOOL

ATHLETICS:
Wednesday 10/29:

*Volleyball Var vs Sprague@Home/6:30 pm

Thursday 10/30:
Football Frosh @Franklin/4:00 pm/Release 2:10

Friday 10/31:
Football Var @Franklin/7:00 pm

Saturday 11/1:
X-Country Var State Meet@Lane CC Eugene/2:25/3:00 pm
*Boys Soccer Var vs TBA/TBA
*Girls Soccer Var vs TBA@Home/TBA

*OSAA Ticket Prices for these games: $6 Adults; $4 Students-No sports passes

CONFERENCE SCHEDULE:
All conferences are arena style in the cafeteria and are held on a drop-in basis. Conference time with each teacher will be limited to 5 minutes in order to try and accommodate as many families as possible.
**Students do not attend classes on Thursday 10/30 or Friday 10/31!!

Thursday 10/30:
8:30-11:30 am-Conferences in cafeteria
11:30-1:00 pm – Lunch Break/Prep for Staff
1:00-4:00 pm-Conferences in cafeteria
4:00-5:00 pm- Dinner break for Staff
5:00-7:30 pm-Conferences in cafeteria

Friday 10/31:
8:30-11:30 am-Conferences in cafeteria

10/28/14 Tuesday Bulletin

by Michelle Orr

THIS WEEK:
Tuesday 10/28: A Day
Wednesday 10/29: B Day
Thursday & Friday 10/30-31: CONFERENCES-No School for students-See schedule below!

NEXT WEEK:
Monday 11/3: All Classes 1-8
Tuesday 11/4: A Day-Staff Meeting
Wednesday 11/5: B Day
Thursday 11/6: A Day-Tutorial
Friday 11/7: B Day-Quarter 1 ends

ALL SCHOOL:
Hello Warrior Fans:
Next week is your last chance to get your Cleveland T-shirts for homecoming. Only $10 now while supplies last. If interested see Coach Harris.

The FBLA fall fundraiser for the March of Dimes is happening in the library hall during lunch.  Purchase a paper pumpkin for $1, sign your name, and decorate our wall of fame across from the main office to help make sure every baby has a healthy start.  Paper pumpkins also available in the business office.

Announcement from the Cleveland Clarion! Our 2nd issue of the Clarion will be ready for pick up today, featuring awesome pictures from the homecoming assembly and features on Cleveland’s drama department. Look for the Clarion in the green and yellow boxes positioned around the school. Also, there should be a newspaper suggestion envelope in your English class; we want your ideas and input! Be sure to follow us on Instagram @chsclarion, on Twitter @chsclarion, or checkout our online website at www.clevelandclarion.com

Calling ALL Sophomores:   Looking for the ultimate academic challenge? The IB Diploma is an internationally recognized program of study for students looking to maximize academic challenge across the curriculum. Schedule an appointment with IB coordinator, Jennifer Wiandt, to make 2-year plan and decide if full IB is for you! Appointments can be made in the SSC, the IB office (230) or by emailing Ms. Wiandt at jwiandt2@pps.net.

SENIORS:  Anyone who is planning to buy a Senior Gold Card has until the end of October to do so.  Advantages of a Gold Card: it serves as your CHS ID, it admits one to the Senior Prom for free, and it provides discounts on the All-Night Party and Senior lunch tickets.  See Rachel in the Business Office by the end of this month to ensure these savings!!!

Senior portraits for the yearbook are due by Friday, December 5th!  If you aren’t having professional senior portraits taken but still want a high quality photo for the yearbook, the Legend photo staff can take photos for you. Spots are limited and available on a first come, first serve basis. Contact Eric Levine or clevelandlegend@gmail.com to reserve a spot.

Spanish students: Don’t miss the opportunity to take your Spanish on the road! Become an AMIGOS volunteer and travel to a Latin American country next summer! Find out more when you attend the AMIGOS Information TONIGHT at 7 PM in the Cleveland Library with a parent or guardian. You must have two years of Spanish and be 16 by Sept. 1, 2015 to qualify.

Count on finding awesome deals on winter gear at the annual Grant, Cleveland and Madison High School Ski Swap! New and gently used ski and snowboard gear, including great winter togs to keep you warm on the mountain at killer prices. You can also bring your used gear to sell on consignment (drop gear off 11/7 from 7:30-9 pm or 11/8 at 10 am). Sale Hours: 11/8 11-6 and 11/9 10-3. For more information go to www.grantclevelandskiteam.com

Lost and Found from PSAT: A calculator was left in room 368 during PSAT testing on 10/15. If it is yours, see Mr. Sorenson to collect it.

COLLEGE VISITS THIS WEEK IN THE CCC:
Tuesday, 10/28, 9am: Goucher College
Tuesday, 10/28, 9:15am: Bennington College in Room 224
Tuesday, 10/28, 10:30am: University of Rochester
Tuesday, 10/28, Noon: Lewis & Clark College
Tuesday, 10/28, 12:15pm: Northwestern University in Room 224
Tuesday, 10/28, 1pm: Wesleyan University
Tuesday, 10/28, 2pm: Wellesley college
Wednesday, 10/29, 10am: Southern Oregon University
Wednesday, 10/29, 12:15pm: Bates College
Friday, 10/31, 10am: Pomona College (the CCC will be open just for this college visit)

**Juniors and seniors, sign up on Naviance to attend a college visit and print your confirmation page as your pass to leave class. All visits are in the CCC unless otherwise noted.

ACTIVITIES:
Boys Basketball Meeting Monday 11/3 during lunch! All boys intending to turn out for basketball on November 17 please meet in Room 135!!

UPCOMING EVENTS:
10/30-31: Parent Teacher Conferences-No School for Students
11/7-8 and 11/14-15: Urinetown-7:00 pm-Auditorium
11/10: PLANNING DAY-NO SCHOOL
11/11: VETERAN’S DAY-HOLIDAY-NO SCHOOL!
11/20-21: Jostens Cap & Gown Orders-Lunchtime
11/20: PTA Meeting-6:00 pm-Library
11/27-28: THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY-NO SCHOOL

ATHLETICS:
Tuesday 10/28:

*Boys Soccer Var@Glencoe/7:00 pm
*Girls Soccer Var vs Gresham@Home/7:00 pm

Wednesday 10/29:
*Volleyball Var vs West Salem@Home/6:30 pm

Thursday 10/30:
Football Frosh @Franklin/4:00 pm/Release 2:10

Friday 10/31:
Football Var @Franklin/7:00 pm

Saturday 11/1:
X-Country Var State Meet@Lane CC Eugene/2:25/3:00 pm
*Boys Soccer Var vs TBA/TBA
*Girls Soccer Var vs TBA@Home/TBA

*OSAA Ticket Prices for these games: $6 Adults; $4 Students-No sports passes

CONFERENCE SCHEDULE:
All conferences are arena style in the cafeteria and are held on a drop-in basis. Conference time with each teacher will be limited to 5 minutes in order to try and accommodate as many families as possible.
**Students do not attend classes on Thursday 10/30 or Friday 10/31!!

Thursday 10/30:
8:30-11:30 am-Conferences in cafeteria
11:30-1:00 pm – Lunch Break/Prep for Staff
1:00-4:00 pm-Conferences in cafeteria
4:00-5:00 pm- Dinner break for Staff
5:00-7:30 pm-Conferences in cafeteria

Friday 10/31:
8:30-11:30 am-Conferences in cafeteria

10/27/14 Monday Bulletin

by Michelle Orr

THIS WEEK:
Monday 10/27: All Classes 1-8
Tuesday 10/28: A Day
Wednesday 10/29: B Day
Thursday & Friday 10/30-31: CONFERENCES-No School for students-See schedule below!

NEXT WEEK:
Monday 11/3: All Classes 1-8
Tuesday 11/4: A Day-Staff Meeting
Wednesday 11/5: B Day
Thursday 11/6: A Day-Tutorial
Friday 11/7: B Day-Quarter 1 ends

ALL SCHOOL:
Hello Warrior Fans:
Next week is your last chance to get your Cleveland T-shirts for homecoming. Only $10 now while supplies last. If interested see Coach Harris.

Performing and Visual Arts fair Tonight!  The National Association for College Admission Counseling will hold the Portland Performing and Visual Arts College Fair  at the Portland Art Museum tonight, Monday, 10/27, from 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.   The fair is free and open to the public and offers students interested in the arts the opportunity to meet face to face with performing and visual arts college representatives from throughout the country.

Calling ALL Sophomores:   Looking for the ultimate academic challenge? The IB Diploma is an internationally recognized program of study for students looking to maximize academic challenge across the curriculum. Schedule an appointment with IB coordinator, Jennifer Wiandt, to make 2-year plan and decide if full IB is for you! Appointments can be made in the SSC, the IB office (230) or by emailing Ms. Wiandt at jwiandt2@pps.net.

SENIORS:  Anyone who is planning to buy a Senior Gold Card has until the end of October to do so.  Advantages of a Gold Card: it serves as your CHS ID, it admits one to the Senior Prom for free, and it provides discounts on the All-Night Party and Senior lunch tickets.  See Rachel in the Business Office by the end of this month to ensure these savings!!!

Spanish students: Don’t miss the opportunity to take your Spanish on the road! Become an AMIGOS volunteer and travel to a Latin American country next summer! Find out more when you attend the AMIGOS Information Session next Tuesday evening at 7 PM in the Cleveland Library with a parent or guardian. You must have two years of Spanish and be 16 by Sept. 1, 2015 to qualify.

Count on finding awesome deals on winter gear at the annual Grant, Cleveland and Madison High School Ski Swap! New and gently used ski and snowboard gear, including great winter togs to keep you warm on the mountain at killer prices. You can also bring your used gear to sell on consignment (drop gear off 11/7 from 7:30-9 pm or 11/8 at 10 am). Sale Hours: 11/8 11-6 and 11/9 10-3. For more information go to www.grantclevelandskiteam.com

Lost and Found from PSAT: A calculator was left in room 368 during PSAT testing on 10/15. If it is yours, see Mr. Sorenson to collect it.

COLLEGE VISITS THIS WEEK IN THE CCC:
Monday, 10/27, 8:30am: Oberlin College
Monday, 10/27, 10am: St. Olaf College
Monday, 10/27, 12:15pm: Willamette University
Monday, 10/27, 1pm: University of LaVerne
Monday, 10/27, 2pm: Cornell College (IA)
Tuesday, 10/28, 9am: Goucher College
Tuesday, 10/28, 9:15am: Bennington College in Room 224
Tuesday, 10/28, 10:30am: University of Rochester
Tuesday, 10/28, Noon: Lewis & Clark College
Tuesday, 10/28, 12:15pm: Northwestern University in Room 224
Tuesday, 10/28, 1pm: Wesleyan University
Tuesday, 10/28, 2pm: Wellesley college
Wednesday, 10/29, 10am: Southern Oregon University
Wednesday, 10/29, 12:15pm: Bates College
Friday, 10/31, 10am: Pomona College (the CCC will be open just for this college visit)

**Juniors and seniors, sign up on Naviance to attend a college visit and print your confirmation page as your pass to leave class. All visits are in the CCC unless otherwise noted.

UPCOMING EVENTS:
10/30-31: Parent Teacher Conferences-No School for Students
11/7-8 and 11/14-15: Urinetown-7:00 pm-Auditorium
11/10: PLANNING DAY-NO SCHOOL
11/11: VETERAN’S DAY-HOLIDAY-NO SCHOOL!
11/20-21: Jostens Cap & Gown Orders-Lunchtime
11/20: PTA Meeting-6:00 pm-Library
11/27-28: THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY-NO SCHOOL

ATHLETICS:
Monday 10/27:

*Volleyball Var vs Sunset@Home/6:00 pm

Tuesday 10/28:
*Boys Soccer Var@Glencoe/7:00 pm
*Girls Soccer Var vs Gresham@Home/7:00 pm

Wednesday 10/29:
*Volleyball Var vs West Salem@Home/6:30 pm

Thursday 10/30:
Football Frosh @Franklin/4:00 pm/Release 2:10

Friday 10/31:
Football Var @Franklin/7:00 pm

Saturday 11/1:
X-Country Var State Meet@Lane CC Eugene/2:25/3:00 pm
*Boys Soccer Var vs TBA/TBA
*Girls Soccer Var vs TBA@Home/TBA

*OSAA Ticket Prices for these games: $6 Adults; $4 Students-No sports passes

CONFERENCE SCHEDULE:
All conferences are arena style in the cafeteria and are held on a drop-in basis. Conference time with each teacher will be limited to 5 minutes in order to try and accommodate as many families as possible.
**Students do not attend classes on Thursday 10/30 or Friday 10/31!!

Thursday 10/30:
8:30-11:30 am-Conferences in cafeteria
11:30-1:00 pm – Lunch Break/Prep for Staff
1:00-4:00 pm-Conferences in cafeteria
4:00-5:00 pm- Dinner break for Staff
5:00-7:30 pm-Conferences in cafeteria

Friday 10/31:
8:30-11:30 am-Conferences in cafeteria

10/24/14 Friday Bulletin

by Michelle Orr

THIS WEEK:
Friday 10/24: B Day-Homecoming Dance

NEXT WEEK:
Monday 10/27: All Classes 1-8
Tuesday 10/28: A Day
Wednesday 10/29: B Day
Thursday & Friday 10/30-31: CONFERENCES-No School for students-See schedule below!

ALL SCHOOL:
IT’S HOMECOMING WEEK!
Show your spirit by dressing up!  Friday-Formal

Military Opt out Information: The No Child Left Behind Act requires school districts to provide the name and address of all junior and senior students to military recruiters, unless the parent or student informs the school district that they do not want that information provided to the military recruiters. Students can make their own decision that they do not want their name and address provided to military recruiters. If you are a junior or senior and do not want your name and address released to the military, please inform the school office no later than Tuesday, 10/28.

Breast Cancer Awareness Coin Drive: Through 10/24, in honor of Breast Cancer awareness month, a coin drive competition between the upperclassmen, the underclassmen and the staff will be going on in the main office. Put coins in your class’s bucket to gain points and put dollars in other class’s buckets to negate their points. The winner will be announced at the football game on 10/24.

SENIORS:  Anyone who is planning to buy a Senior Gold Card has until the end of October to do so.  Advantages of a Gold Card: it serves as your CHS ID, it admits one to the Senior Prom for free, and it provides discounts on the All-Night Party and Senior lunch tickets.  See Rachel in the Business Office by the end of this month to ensure these savings!!!

Spanish students: Don’t miss the opportunity to take your Spanish on the road! Become an AMIGOS volunteer and travel to a Latin American country next summer! Find out more when you attend the AMIGOS Information Session next Tuesday evening at 7 PM in the Cleveland Library with a parent or guardian. You must have two years of Spanish and be 16 by Sept. 1, 2015 to qualify.

Lost and Found from PSAT: A calculator was left in room 368 during PSAT testing on 10/15. If it is yours, see Mr. Sorenson to collect it.

COLLEGE VISITS THIS WEEK IN THE CCC:
Friday, 10/24, 10am: Scripps College
Friday, 10/24, 12:15pm: Knox College
Friday, 10/24, 2pm: Clark University

**Juniors and seniors, sign up on Naviance to attend a college visit and print your confirmation page as your pass to leave class. All visits are in the CCC unless otherwise noted.

UPCOMING EVENTS:
10/24: Homecoming Dance-9:30 pm-Gym
10/30-31: Parent Teacher Conferences-No School for Students
11/7-8 and 11/14-15: Urinetown-7:00 pm-Auditorium
11/10: PLANNING DAY-NO SCHOOL
11/11: VETERAN’S DAY-HOLIDAY-NO SCHOOL!
11/20-21: Jostens Cap & Gown Orders-Lunchtime
11/20: PTA Meeting-6:00 pm-Library
11/27-28: THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY-NO SCHOOL

ATHLETICS:
Friday 10/24:

Football Var vs Benson@Home/7:00 pm

Friday 10/31:
8:30-11:30 am-Conferences in cafeteria

Monday 10/27:
*Volleyball Var vs Sunset@Home/6:00 pm

Tuesday 10/28:
*Boys Soccer Var@Glencoe/7:00 pm
*Girls Soccer Var vs Gresham@Home/7:00 pm

Wednesday 10/29:
Volleyball Var TBA

Thursday 10/30:
Football Frosh @Franklin/4:00 pm/Release 2:10

Friday 10/31:
Football Var @Franklin/7:00 pm

Saturday 11/1:
X-Country Var State Meet@Lane CC Eugene/2:00 pm

*OSAA Ticket Prices for these games: $6 Adults; $4 Students

CONFERENCE SCHEDULE:
All conferences are arena style in the cafeteria and are held on a drop-in basis. Conference time with each teacher will be limited to 5 minutes in order to try and accommodate as many families as possible.
**Students do not attend classes on Thursday 10/30 or Friday 10/31!!

Thursday 10/30:
8:30-11:30 am-Conferences in cafeteria
11:30-1:00 pm – Lunch Break/Prep for Staff
1:00-4:00 pm-Conferences in cafeteria
4:00-5:00 pm- Dinner break for Staff
5:00-7:30 pm-Conferences in cafeteria

10/23/14 Thursday Bulletin

by Michelle Orr

THIS WEEK:
Thursday 10/23: A Day-Tutorial
Friday 10/24: B Day-Homecoming Dance

NEXT WEEK:
Monday 10/27: All Classes 1-8
Tuesday 10/28: A Day
Wednesday 10/29: B Day
Thursday & Friday 10/30-31: CONFERENCES-No School for students-See schedule below!

ALL SCHOOL:
IT’S HOMECOMING WEEK!
Show your spirit by dressing up!
Thursday-Green & Gold; Friday-Formal

Attention all IB Juniors and Seniors:  The deadline for IB Exam Registration is just TWO WEEKS AWAY on Tuesday, 11/4.  It’s time to get those forms in, so don’t delay!  Forms are available in the the IB Office (230), the SSC and online at the Cleveland website.  Please email IB Coordinator Jennifer Wiandt at jwiandt2@pps.net or drop by the IB office with your questions.

Don’t miss your chance to see the “titanically funny” Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon, presented by the theater department, this Thursday at 4 and 7 pm.  Get there early–performances sold out last weekend!

Military Opt out Information: The No Child Left Behind Act requires school districts to provide the name and address of all junior and senior students to military recruiters, unless the parent or student informs the school district that they do not want that information provided to the military recruiters. Students can make their own decision that they do not want their name and address provided to military recruiters. If you are a junior or senior and do not want your name and address released to the military, please inform the school office no later than Tuesday, 10/28.

Breast Cancer Awareness Coin Drive: Through 10/24, in honor of Breast Cancer awareness month, a coin drive competition between the upperclassmen, the underclassmen and the staff will be going on in the main office. Put coins in your class’s bucket to gain points and put dollars in other class’s buckets to negate their points. The winner will be announced at the football game on 10/24.

COLLEGE VISITS THIS WEEK IN THE CCC:
Thursday, 10/23, 9:15am: Carroll College (Montana)
Thursday, 10/23, 12:15pm: Sterling College (Vermont)
Thursday, 10/23, 1:15pm: Bard College
Thursday, 10/23, 2:30pm: University of Redlands
Friday, 10/24, 10am: Scripps College
Friday, 10/24, 12:15pm: Knox College
Friday, 10/24, 2pm: Clark University

**Juniors and seniors, sign up on Naviance to attend a college visit and print your confirmation page as your pass to leave class. All visits are in the CCC unless otherwise noted.

The CCC is offering editing and revision help to seniors working on application essays, common app essays, and scholarship essays:
*Include your name and essay prompt with your draft
*Deliver a typed copy to the CCC by 1 pm on Tuesdays for same day editing
*Return during tutorial (2:15-3:30) for conferencing with a CCC volunteer
*If tutorial times don’t work for you, leave your essay and ask a CCC volunteer about setting up an alternate time to conference and revise

ACTIVITIES:
Calling all Writers! The first meeting of the Slammed! Poetry Club will be held Thursday 10/23 at lunch in Mr. Hillis’ room 110. Come learn the basics of slam poetry, write some poems, and gain feedback through practice performance. Open to all students! Have questions? Contact Abbie Winn or Kendall Marlia-Cooper. Hope to see you there!

UPCOMING EVENTS:
10/23: Brothers Grimm-4:00 & 7:00 pm-Room 268
10/23: Picture retakes-order forms are in the main office
10/24: Homecoming Dance-9:30 pm-Gym
10/30-31: Parent Teacher Conferences-No School for Students
11/7-8 and 11/14-15: Urinetown-7:00 pm-Auditorium
11/10: PLANNING DAY-NO SCHOOL
11/11: VETERAN’S DAY-HOLIDAY-NO SCHOOL!
11/20-21: Jostens Cap & Gown Orders-Lunchtime
11/20: PTA Meeting-6:00 pm-Library
11/27-28: THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY-NO SCHOOL

ATHLETICS:
Thursday 10/23:

Football Frosh TBA/4:00 pm
Boys Soccer JV vs Wilson@Woodstock Park/4:00 pm/Release 2:45
Boys Soccer Var vs Wilson@Home/7:00 pm
Girls Soccer JV vs Wilson@Gabriel Park/4:15 pm/Release 2:30
Girls Soccer Var @Wilson/7:00 pm
Volleyball JV/JV2 @Roosevelt/5:00 pm/Release 3:10
Volleyball Var@Roosevelt/6:30 pm/Release 3:10

Friday 10/24:
Football Var vs Benson@Home/7:00 pm

CONFERENCE SCHEDULE:
All conferences are arena style in the cafeteria and are held on a drop-in basis. Conference time with each teacher will be limited to 5 minutes in order to try and accommodate as many families as possible.
**Students do not attend classes on Thursday 10/30 or Friday 10/31!!

Thursday 10/30:
8:30-11:30 am-Conferences in cafeteria
11:30-1:00 pm – Lunch Break/Prep for Staff
1:00-4:00 pm-Conferences in cafeteria
4:00-5:00 pm- Dinner break for Staff
5:00-7:30 pm-Conferences in cafeteria

Friday 10/31:
8:30-11:30 am-Conferences in cafeteria

10/22/14 Wednesday Bulletin

by Michelle Orr

THIS WEEK:
Wednesday 10/22: B Day-Hall decs.
Thursday 10/23: A Day-Tutorial
Friday 10/24: B Day-Homecoming Dance

NEXT WEEK:
Monday 10/27: All Classes 1-8
Tuesday 10/28: A Day
Wednesday 10/29: B Day
Thursday 10/30-31: CONFERENCES-No School for students-See schedule below!

ALL SCHOOL:
IT’S HOMECOMING WEEK!
Show your spirit by dressing up!
Wednesday-Celebrity; Thursday-Green & Gold; Friday-Formal

Attention all IB Juniors and Seniors:  The deadline for IB Exam Registration is just TWO WEEKS AWAY on Tuesday, 11/4.  It’s time to get those forms in, so don’t delay!  Forms are available in the the IB Office (230), the SSC and online at the Cleveland website.  Please email IB Coordinator Jennifer Wiandt at jwiandt2@pps.net or drop by the IB office with your questions.

Don’t miss your chance to see the “titanically funny” Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon, presented by the theater department, this Thursday at 4 and 7 pm.  Get there early–performances sold out last weekend!

Military Opt out Information: The No Child Left Behind Act requires school districts to provide the name and address of all junior and senior students to military recruiters, unless the parent or student informs the school district that they do not want that information provided to the military recruiters. Students can make their own decision that they do not want their name and address provided to military recruiters. If you are a junior or senior and do not want your name and address released to the military, please inform the school office no later than Tuesday, 10/28.

Breast Cancer Awareness Coin Drive: Through 10/24, in honor of Breast Cancer awareness month, a coin drive competition between the upperclassmen, the underclassmen and the staff will be going on in the main office. Put coins in your class’s bucket to gain points and put dollars in other class’s buckets to negate their points. The winner will be announced at the football game on 10/24.

COLLEGE VISITS THIS WEEK IN THE CCC:
Wednesday, 10/22, 8:30am: Georgetown University
Wednesday, 10/22, 10am: Colorado College
Wednesday, 10/22, 12:15pm: University of Portland
Wednesday, 10/22, 2pm: Harvey Mudd College
Thursday, 10/23, 9:15am: Carroll College (Montana)
Thursday, 10/23, 12:15pm: Sterling College (Vermont)
Thursday, 10/23, 1:15pm: Bard College
Thursday, 10/23, 2:30pm: University of Redlands
Friday, 10/24, 10am: Scripps College
Friday, 10/24, 12:15pm: Knox College
Friday, 10/24, 2pm: Clark University

**Juniors and seniors, sign up on Naviance to attend a college visit and print your confirmation page as your pass to leave class. All visits are in the CCC unless otherwise noted.

The CCC is offering editing and revision help to seniors working on application essays, common app essays, and scholarship essays:
*Include your name and essay prompt with your draft
*Deliver a typed copy to the CCC by 1 pm on Tuesdays for same day editing
*Return during tutorial (2:15-3:30) for conferencing with a CCC volunteer
*If tutorial times don’t work for you, leave your essay and ask a CCC volunteer about setting up an alternate time to conference and revise

ACTIVITIES:
Calling all Writers! The first meeting of the Slammed! Poetry Club will be held Thursday 10/23 at lunch in Mr. Hillis’ room 110. Come learn the basics of slam poetry, write some poems, and gain feedback through practice performance. Open to all students! Have questions? Contact Abbie Winn or Kendall Marlia-Cooper. Hope to see you there!

UPCOMING EVENTS:
10/23: Brothers Grimm-4:00 & 7:00 pm-Room 268
10/23: Picture retakes-order forms are in the main office
10/24: Homecoming Dance-9:30 pm-Gym
10/30-31: Parent Teacher Conferences-No School for Students
11/7-8 and 11/14-15: Urinetown-7:00 pm-Auditorium
11/10: PLANNING DAY-NO SCHOOL
11/11: VETERAN’S DAY-HOLIDAY-NO SCHOOL!
11/20-21: Jostens Cap & Gown Orders-Lunchtime
11/20: PTA Meeting-6:00 pm-Library
11/27-28: THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY-NO SCHOOL

ATHLETICS:
Wednesday 10/22:

X-Country PIL Districts@Franklin/3:00 pm/Release 1:30
Boys Soccer JV2 Gold vs Roosevelt@Columbia Park/4:15 pm/Release 2:10
Boys Soccer JV2 Green vs Lincoln@Harney Park/4:15 pm/Release 2:50
Girls Soccer JV2 vs Wilson@Woodstock Park/4:15 pm/Release 2:45

Thursday 10/23:
Football Frosh TBA/4:00 pm
Boys Soccer JV vs Wilson@Woodstock Park/4:00 pm/Release 2:45
Boys Soccer Var vs Wilson@Home/7:00 pm
Girls Soccer JV vs Wilson@Gabriel Park/4:15 pm/Release 2:30
Girls Soccer Var @Wilson/7:00 pm
Volleyball JV/JV2 @Roosevelt/5:00 pm/Release 3:10
Volleyball Var@Roosevelt/6:30 pm/Release 3:10

Friday 10/24:
Football Var vs Benson@Home/7:00 pm

CONFERENCE SCHEDULE:
All conferences are arena style in the cafeteria and are held on a drop-in basis. Conference time with each teacher will be limited to 5 minutes in order to try and accommodate as many families as possible.
**Students do not attend classes on Thursday 10/30 or Friday 10/31!!

Thursday 10/30:
8:30-11:30 am-Conferences in cafeteria
11:30-1:00 pm – Lunch Break/Prep for Staff
1:00-4:00 pm-Conferences in cafeteria
4:00-5:00 pm- Dinner break for Staff
5:00-7:30 pm-Conferences in cafeteria

Friday 10/31:
8:30-11:30 am-Conferences in cafeteria

10/21/14 Tuesday Bulletin

by Michelle Orr

THIS WEEK:
Tuesday 10/21: A Day-Dept. Lrng. Teams
Wednesday 10/22: B Day-Hall decs.
Thursday 10/23: A Day-Tutorial
Friday 10/24: B Day-Homecoming Dance

NEXT WEEK:
Monday 10/27: All Classes 1-8
Tuesday 10/28: A Day
Wednesday 10/29: B Day
Thursday 10/30-31: CONFERENCES-No School for students-See schedule below!

ALL SCHOOL:
IT’S HOMECOMING WEEK!
Show your spirit by dressing up!
Tuesday-Twin Day; Wednesday-Celebrity; Thursday-Green & Gold; Friday-Formal

Attention all IB Juniors and Seniors:  The deadline for IB Exam Registration is just TWO WEEKS AWAY on Tuesday, 11/4.  It’s time to get those forms in, so don’t delay!  Forms are available in the the IB Office (230), the SSC and online at the Cleveland website.  Please email IB Coordinator Jennifer Wiandt at jwiandt2@pps.net or drop by the IB office with your questions.

Don’t miss your chance to see the “titanically funny” Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon, presented by the theater department, this Thursday at 4 and 7 pm.  Get there early–performances sold out last weekend!

Military Opt out Information: The No Child Left Behind Act requires school districts to provide the name and address of all junior and senior students to military recruiters, unless the parent or student informs the school district that they do not want that information provided to the military recruiters. Students can make their own decision that they do not want their name and address provided to military recruiters. If you are a junior or senior and do not want your name and address released to the military, please inform the school office no later than Tuesday, 10/28.

Breast Cancer Awareness Coin Drive: Through 10/24, in honor of Breast Cancer awareness month, a coin drive competition between the upperclassmen, the underclassmen and the staff will be going on in the main office. Put coins in your class’s bucket to gain points and put dollars in other class’s buckets to negate their points. The winner will be announced at the football game on 10/24.

HOMECOMING GUEST PASSES: Guest passes for homecoming are now available. Deadline for requesting passes is Tuesday 10/21 at 3:15 pm. Bring the name of your guest’s school and the school fax number to Vicki in the Vice Principal’s office. Tickets for the dance are $10 a person and CHS students must have guests approved before purchasing tickets.

COLLEGE VISITS THIS WEEK IN THE CCC:
Tuesday, 10/21, 10am: Dartmouth College
Tuesday, 10/21, 11am: Occidental College
Tuesday, 10/21, 12:15pm: Emory University in Room 224 — Alumni Conference room
Tuesday, 10/21, 12:15pm: Eastern Oregon University
Tuesday, 10/21, 1pm: Smith College
Tuesday, 10/21, 2pm: University of Chicago
Wednesday, 10/22, 8:30am: Georgetown University
Wednesday, 10/22, 10am: Colorado College
Wednesday, 10/22, 12:15pm: University of Portland
Wednesday, 10/22, 2pm: Harvey Mudd College
Thursday, 10/23, 9:15am: Carroll College (Montana)
Thursday, 10/23, 12:15pm: Sterling College (Vermont)
Thursday, 10/23, 1:15pm: Bard College
Thursday, 10/23, 2:30pm: University of Redlands
Friday, 10/24, 10am: Scripps College
Friday, 10/24, 12:15pm: Knox College
Friday, 10/24, 2pm: Clark University

**Juniors and seniors, sign up on Naviance to attend a college visit and print your confirmation page as your pass to leave class. All visits are in the CCC unless otherwise noted.

The CCC is offering editing and revision help to seniors working on application essays, common app essays, and scholarship essays:
*Include your name and essay prompt with your draft
*Deliver a typed copy to the CCC by 1 pm on Tuesdays for same day editing
*Return during tutorial (2:15-3:30) for conferencing with a CCC volunteer
*If tutorial times don’t work for you, leave your essay and ask a CCC volunteer about setting up an alternate time to conference and revise

ACTIVITIES:
Calling all Writers! The first meeting of the Slammed! Poetry Club will be held Thursday 10/23 at lunch in Mr. Hillis’ room 110. Come learn the basics of slam poetry, write some poems, and gain feedback through practice performance. Open to all students! Have questions? Contact Abbie Winn or Kendall Marlia-Cooper. Hope to see you there!

UPCOMING EVENTS:
10/23: Brothers Grimm-4:00 & 7:00 pm-Room 268
10/23: Picture retakes-order forms are in the main office
10/24: Homecoming Dance-9:30 pm-Gym
10/30-31: Parent Teacher Conferences-No School for Students
11/7-8 and 11/14-15: Urinetown-7:00 pm-Auditorium
11/10: PLANNING DAY-NO SCHOOL
11/11: VETERAN’S DAY-HOLIDAY-NO SCHOOL!
11/20-21: Jostens Cap & Gown Orders-Lunchtime
11/20: PTA Meeting-6:00 pm-Library
11/27-28: THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY-NO SCHOOL

ATHLETICS:
Tuesday 10/21:

Volleyball JV2/JV @Benson/5:00 pm/Release 3:10
Volleyball Var @Benson/6:30 pm/Release 3:10
Boys Soccer JV vs Roosevelt@Columbia Park/4:15 pm/Release 2:15
Boys Soccer Var @Roosevelt/7:00 pm
Girls Soccer JV vs Roosevelt@Woodstock Park/4:15 pm/Release 2:45
Girls Soccer Var vs Roosevelt@Home/7:00 pm

Wednesday 10/22:
X-Country PIL Districts@Franklin/3:00 pm/Release 1:30
Boys Soccer JV2 Gold vs Roosevelt@Columbia Park/4:15 pm/Release 2:10
Boys Soccer JV2 Green vs Lincoln@Harney Park/4:15 pm/Release 2:50
Girls Soccer JV2 vs Wilson@Woodstock Park/4:15 pm/Release 2:45

Thursday 10/23:
Football Frosh TBA/4:00 pm
Boys Soccer JV vs Wilson@Woodstock Park/4:00 pm/Release 2:45
Boys Soccer Var vs Wilson@Home/7:00 pm
Girls Soccer JV vs Wilson@Gabriel Park/4:15 pm/Release 2:30
Girls Soccer Var @Wilson/7:00 pm
Volleyball JV/JV2 @Roosevelt/5:00 pm/Release 3:10
Volleyball Var@Roosevelt/6:30 pm/Release 3:10

Friday 10/24:
Football Var vs Benson@Home/7:00 pm

 

10/17/14 Friday Bulletin

by Michelle Orr

THIS WEEK:
Friday 10/17: B Day

NEXT WEEK:
Monday 10/20: All Classes 1-8
Tuesday 10/21: A Day-Dept. Lrng. Teams
Wednesday 10/22: B Day-Hall decs.
Thursday 10/23: A Day-Tutorial
Friday 10/24: B Day-Homecoming Dance

ALL SCHOOL:
HOMECOMING WEEK NEXT WEEK!
Show your spirit by dressing up!
Monday-Tie Dye; Tuesday-Twin Day; Wednesday-Celebrity; Thursday-Green & Gold; Friday-Formal

CLUB APPLICATION DEADLINE IS TOMORROW!!: Students who want to start a club at Cleveland must complete the application that is available on the main office counter, in Jan Watt’s office, 228, or from Mr. Miles in his office, 218, on ‘A’ days.  Deadline is Tomorrow, Friday, 10/ 17 at 3: 15 p.m.  The application must be complete and include the signature of the staff member who agrees to be the club adviser.  NEW this year:  all clubs must participate in the landscape improvement program which is explained on the application.

STUDENT VOLUNTEERS NEEDED to help the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society for the Light the Night Walk on Saturday, October 25th.  There are several shifts available throughout the day.  You will receive community service credit, a catered meal and a T-shirt for sharing your time.  You can register online at  http://www.llsform.org/0550FS01/form5/index.htm Funds raised from this event go towards research for cures and treatments and support patients and their families.  Please see Ms. Wiandt in 230 with questions.

FINAL CALL TO PICK UP PICTURES IN THE MAIN OFFICE!! If you have not picked up pictures you ordered or a copy of your proof for review, please do so by Friday 10/17. After that picture orders will be delivered to classrooms and proofs will be no longer be available.

Military Opt out Information: The No Child Left Behind Act requires school districts to provide the name and address of all junior and senior students to military recruiters, unless the parent or student informs the school district that they do not want that information provided to the military recruiters. Students can make their own decision that they do not want their name and address provided to military recruiters. If you are a junior or senior and do not want your name and address released to the military, please inform the school office no later than Tuesday, 10/28.

Breast Cancer Awareness Coin Drive: Starting on Monday 10/6 through 10/24, in honor of Breast Cancer awareness month, a coin drive competition between the upperclassmen, the underclassmen and the staff will be going on in the main office. Put coins in your class’s bucket to gain points and put dollars in other class’s buckets to negate their points. The winner will be announced at the football game on 10/24.

HOMECOMING GUEST PASSES: Guest passes for homecoming are now available. Deadline for requesting passes is Tuesday 10/21 at 3:15 pm. Bring the name of your guest’s school and the school fax number to Vicki in the Vice Principal’s office. Tickets for the dance are $10 a person and CHS students must have guests approved before purchasing tickets.

COLLEGE VISITS THIS WEEK IN THE CCC:
Friday, 10/17, 10am: Vassar College

**Juniors and seniors, sign up on Naviance to attend a college visit and print your confirmation page as your pass to leave class. All visits are in the CCC unless otherwise noted.

JUNIORS: A FEW OPEN SLOTS REMAIN FOR THE FREE PRA!!: Practice your test-taking skills, get feedback and learn helpful strategies. The CCC is offering CHS juniors the chance to take the Princeton Review Assessment (PRA), a practice test featuring both SAT and ACT tests. The PRA will be held 8 am Monday morning, 11/10 (no school day) in the CHS cafeteria. Scored tests will be handed back on Monday, 12/ 8 at 7 pm in the library. Princeton Review personnel will go through the answers and share test-taking tips and insights at that time. Sign up now in the CCC.

ACTIVITIES:
Cleveland Cross Country Ski Team
will be having their first organizational meeting this Friday 10/17 during lunch in the cafeteria. We teach beginners excellent fundamentals of skiing and we coach advanced skiers toward their racing goals. If you are interested in joining our group please come to the meeting! We have a lot of fun!

UPCOMING EVENTS:
10/17-18 & 10/23: Brothers Grimm-4:00 & 7:00 pm-Room 268
10/23: Picture retakes-order forms are in the main office
10/24: Homecoming Dance-9:30 pm-Gym
10/30-31: Parent Teacher Conferences

ATHLETICS:
Friday 10/17:

Boys Soccer Var vs Benson@Buckman/5:00 pm
Football Var @Madison/7:00 pm

Monday 10/20:
Boys Soccer JV2 Green vs Wilson@Gabriel/4:15 pm/Release 2:30
Boys Soccer JV2 Gold vs Madison@Woodstock Park/4:15 pm/Release 2:45
Girls Soccer JV2 vs Lincoln@Delta Park/4:00 pm/Release 2:05

Tuesday 10/21:
Volleyball JV2/JV @Benson/5:00 pm/Release 3:10
Volleyball Var @Benson/6:30 pm/Release 3:10
Boys Soccer JV vs Roosevelt@Columbia Park/4:15 pm/Release 2:15
Boys Soccer Var @Roosevelt/7:00 pm
Girls Soccer JV vs Roosevelt@Woodstock Park/4:15 pm/Release 2:45
Girls Soccer Var vs Roosevelt@Home/7:00 pm

Wednesday 10/22:
X-Country PIL Districts@Franklin/3:00 pm/Release 1:30
Boys Soccer JV2 Gold vs Roosevelt@Columbia Park/4:15 pm/Release 2:10
Boys Soccer JV2 Green vs Lincoln@Harney Park/4:15 pm/Release 2:50
Girls Soccer JV2 vs Wilson@Woodstock Park/4:15 pm/Release 2:45

 

 

10/16/14 Thursday Bulletin

by Michelle Orr

THIS WEEK:
Thursday 10/16: A Day-Assembly schedule-NO TUTORIAL!!
Friday 10/17: B Day

NEXT WEEK:
Monday 10/20: All Classes 1-8
Tuesday 10/21: A Day-Dept. Lrng. Teams
Wednesday 10/22: B Day-Hall decs.
Thursday 10/23: A Day-Tutorial
Friday 10/24: B Day-Homecoming Dance

ALL SCHOOL:
PLEASE EXCUSE JR/SR LEADERSHIP
students at 9 am this morning 10/16 to prepare for the homecoming assembly.

HOMECOMING WEEK NEXT WEEK! Show your spirit by dressing up!
Monday-Tie Dye; Tuesday-Twin Day; Wednesday-Celebrity; Thursday-Green & Gold; Friday-Formal

CLUB APPLICATION DEADLINE IS THIS FRIDAY!!: Students who want to start a club at Cleveland must complete the application that is available on the main office counter, in Jan Watt’s office, 228, or from Mr. Miles in his office, 218, on ‘A’ days.  Deadline is Friday, Oct. 17 at 3: 15 p.m.  The application must be complete and include the signature of the staff member who agrees to be the club adviser.  NEW this year:  all clubs must participate in the landscape improvement program which is explained on the application.

STUDENT VOLUNTEERS NEEDED to help the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society for the Light the Night Walk on Saturday, October 25th.  There are several shifts available throughout the day.  You will receive community service credit, a catered meal and a T-shirt for sharing your time.  You can register online at  http://www.llsform.org/0550FS01/form5/index.htm Funds raised from this event go towards research for cures and treatments and support patients and their families.  Please see Ms. Wiandt in 230 with questions.

Cleveland Choir Department’s HARVEST FESTIVAL is almost here.  Join us TONIGHT, 10/16, at 7 p.m., in the auditorium for a great program.  Tickets at the door are $3 students, $5 general admission & $10 for special reserved seating.  Bring a friend & enjoy the music.

FINAL CALL TO PICK UP PICTURES IN THE MAIN OFFICE!! If you have not picked up pictures you ordered or a copy of your proof for review, please do so by Friday 10/17. After that picture orders will be delivered to classrooms and proofs will be no longer be available.

Did you ever wonder how every Brothers Grimm fairy tale could connect into one giant super story?  Come find out Friday, 10/17 (4 or 7 pm) or Saturday, 10/18 (2 or 7 pm) when the student directed and produced Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon is presented in room 268 by the drama department.  Tickets are just $5 student and $7 general admission for this “Titanically Funny” production.  Don’t miss it!

Military Opt out Information: The No Child Left Behind Act requires school districts to provide the name and address of all junior and senior students to military recruiters, unless the parent or student informs the school district that they do not want that information provided to the military recruiters. Students can make their own decision that they do not want their name and address provided to military recruiters. If you are a junior or senior and do not want your name and address released to the military, please inform the school office no later than Tuesday, 10/28.

Breast Cancer Awareness Coin Drive: Starting on Monday 10/6 through 10/24, in honor of Breast Cancer awareness month, a coin drive competition between the upperclassmen, the underclassmen and the staff will be going on in the main office. Put coins in your class’s bucket to gain points and put dollars in other class’s buckets to negate their points. The winner will be announced at the football game on 10/24.

HOMECOMING GUEST PASSES: Guest passes for homecoming are now available. Deadline for requesting passes is Tuesday 10/21 at 3:15 pm. Bring the name of your guest’s school and the school fax number to Vicki in the Vice Principal’s office. Tickets for the dance are $10 a person and CHS students must have guests approved before purchasing tickets.

COLLEGE VISITS THIS WEEK IN THE CCC:
Thursday, 10/16, 9:15am: Whitworth University
Thursday, 10/16, 10am: Barnard College
Thursday, 10/16, 11:45am: Tulane University
Thursday, 10/16, 1:15pm: Brandeis University
Friday, 10/17, 10am: Vassar College

**Juniors and seniors, sign up on Naviance to attend a college visit and print your confirmation page as your pass to leave class. All visits are in the CCC unless otherwise noted.

ACTIVITIES:
Cleveland Cross Country Ski Team
will be having their first organizational meeting this Friday 10/17 during lunch in the cafeteria. We teach beginners excellent fundamentals of skiing and we coach advanced skiers toward their racing goals. If you are interested in joining our group please come to the meeting! We have a lot of fun!

Girls Basketball Meeting. Thursday this week (10/16/2014) at Noon in Room 135. Everyone interested in playing this year please come to the meeting to get important information. (Coach Washington)

NATIONAL COMING OUT DAY & ALLIES WEEK: Come celebrate, support, enjoy. Queer-Straight Alliance will be showing a mini-documentary True Trans:  Laura Jane Grace (punk band “Against Me” comes out and documents her journey. Lunch, room 308, Thursday 10/16.

UPCOMING EVENTS:
10/16: ASSEMBLY SCHEDULE-Homecoming
10/16: Harvest Festival Choir Concert-7:00 pm-Auditorium
10/17-18 & 10/23: Brothers Grimm-4:00 & 7:00 pm-Room 268
10/23: Picture retakes-order forms are in the main office
10/24: Homecoming Dance-9:30 pm-Gym
10/30-31: Parent Teacher Conferences

ATHLETICS:
Thursday 10/16:

Football Frosh vs Roosevelt@Home/4:00 pm/Release 2:50
Boys Soccer JV vs Benson@Delta Park/4:00 pm/Release 2:05
Girls Soccer JV vs Benson@Woodstock Park/4:15 pm/Release 2:45
Girls Soccer Var vs Benson@Home/7:00 pm

Friday 10/17:
Boys Soccer Var vs Benson@Buckman/5:00 pm
Football Var @Madison/7:00 pm

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