by Michelle Orr
Wednesday 4/23: ACT SPECIAL SCHEDULE
Thursday 4/24: B Day-Dept. Mtg/Master Sched/Sec.
Friday 4/25: A Day
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
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 email@example.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.
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!
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.
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
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
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
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
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