CHS Daily Bulletin

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5/26/15 Tuesday Bulletin

by Michelle Orr

THIS WEEK:
Tuesday 5/26: A Day
Wednesday 5/27: B Day
Thursday 5/28: A Day-TUTORIAL
Friday 5/29: B Day

NEXT WEEK:
Monday 6/1: Periods 1-8-Senior Locker Cleanout
Tuesday 6/2: A Day-School bus./Dpt.-Senior Finals
Wednesday 6/3: B Day-Senior finals/last day
Thursday 6/4: A Day-TUTORIAL
Friday 6/5: Assembly Schedule

ALL SCHOOL:
UPCOMING SCHEDULE CHANGES TO BE AWARE OF: Thursday 6/4 TUTORIAL SCHEDULE, Friday 6/5 ASSEMBLY SCHEDULE, Wednesday 6/10 B Day finals, Thursday 6/11 Full day-A Day finals-NO TUTORIAL.

DRESS CODE REMINDER: Dress for school, not the pool!! As the weather turns warmer please remember to wear appropriate school attire, thank you!

AUTODIALER CALL/ATTENDANCE UPDATE: We have received some information about a change in the autodialer system which processes and makes the calls that go home when students are late or absent to class. Apparently, you must now listen to the entire message before hanging up! If you do not listen to the entire message, the system will continue to call the number back until it registers this has happened. This also means if you have chosen to have calls go to more than one number for your student, you will need to listen to the entire message for each call, or continue to receive calls. We are sorry for any inconvenience this change has caused; we have just become aware of it ourselves. If you would like to pare down to receiving a call at just one phone number, please call the attendance line at 503-916-5126 and leave a short message letting us know which number you would like calls to go to. Thank you.

In loving memory of Benjamin Klatchko, Ms. Dierker’s class is selling t-shirts featuring Ben’s mixtape: Honor Roll. T-shirts are $5 each and any donations will be sent to a charity of the family’s choice. Go to room 113 to order your shirt!

Looking for a delicious way to support the Cleveland Clarion? On Wednesday 5/27 from 5-8 pm the Clarion will be having a fundraiser at the Burgerville on 26th & Powell. Grab a quick dinner before the Spring sports banquet or just stop by to support the Northwest’s finest news source. Hope to see you there!

THE 2014-15 LEGEND YEARBOOKS WILL BE HERE SOON: Seniors get their books first, and pre-orders will be filled before new sales are accepted. If you wish to check to confirm that you have pre-ordered a copy, please get in touch with Mr. Levine ASAP.  Extra copies have been ordered and will be sold for $60 once pre-orders have been filled. 

Tennis Fundraiser: This week and next week, fundraising for Kids N’ Tennis summer camp in memory of Ben Klatchko. Cash or checks (made out to Kids N’ Tennis) accepted in the Cleveland HS business office. Honor Ben, singles player on the boy’s tennis team with a donation. Thank You, Art Shapiro, Boy’s Tennis Coach.

SENIORS:
Seniors
who did not pick up or pay for the All-Night party or senior lunch tickets may see Jan on Friday or Tuesday in her office, 228. The PTA has set a deadline of Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. for these tickets.

Data for Donuts – Update your Naviance account (accept, deny, wait-list and final college choice) and get a Voodoo donut! On Wednesday, 5/27 come in to the CCC between 11:30 and 3:15pm — confirm with us you’ve updated your account and claim your donut!

COUNSELING AND CAREER CENTER NEWS:
Western Oregon University
has received a Federal Transportation Authority grant to offer a two-week, residential Transportation Institute to high school students entering 11th and 12th grades.  This is a free program that focuses on STEM and awareness of transportation careers. Participants will make several field trips, have hands-on lectures from college faculty and ODOT professionals, and offer fun evening activities and competitions. This website has a link to a flyer and application:  https://www.wou.edu/student/career/sti.php

Summer Opportunities: Stop by the College and Career Center to find information about different summer opportunities, including the following two free events:

1) Entrepreneurship Conference: This free event is perfect for students who are interested in an intensive, hands-on business learning experience. Hosted by Oregon Association of Minority Entrepreneurs.

2) Summer Transportation Institute: Attend a free, all expenses paid, 2-week camp at Western Oregon University to explore the science, technology, engineering and mathematics involved in the world of transportation.

Show Me the Money — Personal Banker comes to the CCC to talk finance! All students are welcome in the CCC at lunch on Tuesday, May 26th to hear Owen Dodson, a personal banker, give a presentation about personal finance, how to build savings and how to build credit. Seniors: this is a great time to get tips about how you can manage your finances on your own next year!

Hey there Cleveland Students! While you’re out in the world having some summer adventures make sure to stop by the Division Clinton Street Fair on July 25th to help support your friends in the area, raise money for charity, play fun games, and eat some awesome food! If you are looking to beef up your college resumes and are interested in volunteering and helping out in the community you can send us an email at: nchapin@tsgpdx.com

UPCOMING EVENTS:
5/26: AVID Senior Night-6:00 pm-Library
5/27: Blood Drive
5/27: Spring Sports Dessert-7:00 pm
5/28-29: Springtasia-7:00 pm-Auditorium
6/2: Spring Band Concert-7 pm-Auditorium
6/2-6/3: Senior Finals
6/3: SENIORS LAST DAY!
6/4: TUTORIAL SCHEDULE
6/5: ASSEMBLY SCHEDULE-Senior recognition
6/5: Senior Luncheon-11:30 am-Fred Meyer on SE 26th next to Powell Park
6/5: MANDATORY Graduation rehearsal-12:30-2:45 pm-Auditorium
6/7: Baccalaureate-4 pm-Moreland Presbyterian Church
6/9: MANDATORY Graduation Rehearsal-8:45 am-Memorial Coliseum
6/9: Graduation-7:45 pm-Memorial Coliseum
6/10: B DAY FINALS-FULL DAY
6/11: A DAY FINALS-FULL DAY
6/11: LAST DAY OF SCHOOL

5/22/15 Friday Bulletin

by Michelle Orr

THIS WEEK:
Friday 5/22: B Day

NEXT WEEK:
Monday 5/25: MEMORIAL DAY-NO SCHOOL
Tuesday 5/26: A Day-Learning Teams
Wednesday 5/27: B Day
Thursday 5/28: A Day-TUTORIAL
Friday 5/29: B Day

ALL SCHOOL:
UPCOMING SCHEDULE CHANGES TO BE AWARE OF: Thursday 6/4 TUTORIAL SCHEDULE, Friday 6/5 ASSEMBLY SCHEDULE, Wednesday 6/10 B Day finals, Thursday 6/11 Full day-A Day finals-NO TUTORIAL.

DRESS CODE REMINDER: Dress for school, not the pool!! As the weather turns warmer please remember to wear appropriate school attire, thank you!

AUTODIALER CALL/ATTENDANCE UPDATE: We have received some information about a change in the autodialer system which processes and makes the calls that go home when students are late or absent to class. Apparently, you must now listen to the entire message before hanging up! If you do not listen to the entire message, the system will continue to call the number back until it registers this has happened. This also means if you have chosen to have calls go to more than one number for your student, you will need to listen to the entire message for each call, or continue to receive calls. We are sorry for any inconvenience this change has caused; we have just become aware of it ourselves. If you would like to pare down to receiving a call at just one phone number, please call the attendance line at 503-916-5126 and leave a short message letting us know which number you would like calls to go to. Thank you.

Looking for a delicious way to support the Cleveland Clarion? On Wednesday 5/27 from 5-8 pm the Clarion will be having a fundraiser at the Burgerville on 26th & Powell. Grab a quick dinner before the Spring sports banquet or just stop by to support the Northwest’s finest news source. Hope to see you there!

THE 2014-15 LEGEND YEARBOOKS WILL BE HERE SOON: Seniors get their books first, and pre-orders will be filled before new sales are accepted. If you wish to check to confirm that you have pre-ordered a copy, please get in touch with Mr. Levine ASAP.  Extra copies have been ordered and will be sold for $60 once pre-orders have been filled. 

Tennis Fundraiser: This week and next week, fundraising for Kids N’ Tennis summer camp in memory of Ben Klatchko. Cash or checks (made out to Kids N’ Tennis) accepted in the Cleveland HS business office. Honor Ben, singles player on the boy’s tennis team with a donation. Thank You, Art Shapiro, Boy’s Tennis Coach.

SENIORS:
Seniors
who did not pick up or pay for the All-Night party or senior lunch tickets may see Jan on Friday or Tuesday in her office, 228. The PTA has set a deadline of Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. for these tickets.

Data for Donuts – Update your Naviance account (accept, deny, wait-list and final college choice) and get a Voodoo donut! On Wednesday, 5/27 come in to the CCC between 11:30 and 3:15pm — confirm with us you’ve updated your account and claim your donut!

COUNSELING AND CAREER CENTER NEWS:
Western Oregon University
has received a Federal Transportation Authority grant to offer a two-week, residential Transportation Institute to high school students entering 11th and 12th grades.  This is a free program that focuses on STEM and awareness of transportation careers. Participants will make several field trips, have hands-on lectures from college faculty and ODOT professionals, and offer fun evening activities and competitions. This website has a link to a flyer and application:  https://www.wou.edu/student/career/sti.php

Summer Opportunities: Stop by the College and Career Center to find information about different summer opportunities, including the following two free events:

1) Entrepreneurship Conference: This free event is perfect for students who are interested in an intensive, hands-on business learning experience. Hosted by Oregon Association of Minority Entrepreneurs.

2) Summer Transportation Institute: Attend a free, all expenses paid, 2-week camp at Western Oregon University to explore the science, technology, engineering and mathematics involved in the world of transportation.

The Northwest Asian Weekly Foundation is offering a Summer Youth Leadership Program which is an all-expenses-paid program designed for high school students and college freshmen that aims to develop leadership and communication skills. Participants have a chance to meet Asian American role models and leaders, discover Asian community resources, and build friendships with youths from other parts of the Puget Sound area. In addition students also have the opportunity to earn$200 to $500 in scholarships. See your counselor in the SSC for an application.

Show Me the Money — Personal Banker comes to the CCC to talk finance! All students are welcome in the CCC at lunch on Tuesday, May 26th to hear Owen Dodson, a personal banker, give a presentation about personal finance, how to build savings and how to build credit. Seniors: this is a great time to get tips about how you can manage your finances on your own next year!

Second Annual Junior Jumpstart 5/26-6/5: Juniors–come on in to the CCC and see us about how you can earn a prize!  Complete a graduation requirement, explore college options or begin the application process.  Let us help you get a jumpstart on your senior year!

The Summer Transportation Institute program is a 2-week course on the Western Oregon University campus designed to introduce high school students to all modes of transportation and to transportation careers. The Office of Service Learning & Career Development (SLCD), will host the Summer Transportation Institute. This is a free program that focuses on STEM and awareness of transportation careers.  The program will include classroom instruction, hands-on demonstrations, field trips, guest speakers, and group and individual projects. Participants will have an opportunity to explore all areas of transportation from bridge construction to airplane design. They will also have opportunities to participate in various after-hours and weekend sports and recreation activities.  The program will run from July 5-July 18, 2015.  Visit https://www.wou.edu/student/career/sti.php to apply or see your counselor in the SSC.

Hey there Cleveland Students! While you’re out in the world having some summer adventures make sure to stop by the Division Clinton Street Fair on July 25th to help support your friends in the area, raise money for charity, play fun games, and eat some awesome food! If you are looking to beef up your college resumes and are interested in volunteering and helping out in the community you can send us an email at: nchapin@tsgpdx.com

ACTIVITIES:
General NHS meeting this Friday,
5/2, at lunch in the choir room-speeches and voting occurs. NHS seniors: purchase those commencement cords- $12 in the business office- limited supply.

Attention students:  The 5th annual African Leadership Conference is at PCC (NE Portland Cascade Campus) on Wednesday, May 27th.  Please see Ms. Goldbloom in room 311 by Friday to register.

UPCOMING EVENTS:
5/25: Memorial Day-No School
5/26: AVID Senior Night-6:00 pm-Library
5/27: Blood Drive
5/27: Spring Sports Dessert-7:00 pm
5/28-29: Springtasia-7:00 pm-Auditorium
6/2: Spring Band Concert-7 pm-Auditorium
6/3: SENIORS LAST DAY!
6/4: TUTORIAL SCHEDULE
6/5: ASSEMBLY SCHEDULE-Senior recognition
6/5: Senior Luncheon-11:30 am-Fred Meyer on SE 26th next to Powell Park
6/5: MANDATORY Graduation rehearsal-12:30-2:45 pm-Auditorium
6/7: Baccalaureate-4 pm-Moreland Presbyterian Church
6/9: MANDATORY Graduation Rehearsal-8:45 am-Memorial Coliseum
6/9: Graduation-7:45 pm-Memorial Coliseum
6/10: B DAY FINALS-FULL DAY
6/11: A DAY FINALS-FULL DAY
6/11: LAST DAY OF SCHOOL

ATHLETICS:
Friday 5/22/15:

State Track Meet @Eugene/All Day

5/21/15 Thursday Bulletin

by Michelle Orr

THIS WEEK:
Thursday 5/21: A Day-TUTORIAL
Friday 5/22: B Day

NEXT WEEK:
Monday 5/25: MEMORIAL DAY-NO SCHOOL
Tuesday 5/26: A Day-Learning Teams
Wednesday 5/27: B Day
Thursday 5/28: A Day-TUTORIAL
Friday 5/29: B Day

ALL SCHOOL:
DRESS CODE REMINDER:
Dress for school, not the pool!! As the weather turns warmer please remember to wear appropriate school attire, thank you!

AUTODIALER CALL/ATTENDANCE UPDATE: We have received some information about a change in the autodialer system which processes and makes the calls that go home when students are late or absent to class. Apparently, you must now listen to the entire message before hanging up! If you do not listen to the entire message, the system will continue to call the number back until it registers this has happened. This also means if you have chosen to have calls go to more than one number for your student, you will need to listen to the entire message for each call, or continue to receive calls. We are sorry for any inconvenience this change has caused; we have just become aware of it ourselves. If you would like to pare down to receiving a call at just one phone number, please call the attendance line at 503-916-5126 and leave a short message letting us know which number you would like calls to go to. Thank you.

Benjamin Klatchko service information: Funeral service open to any CHS student and family member who would like to attend, Thursday 5/21 4:00 pm/Ahavai Shalom Cemetery. Memorial service open to all will be held Sunday 5/31 2:00 pm/Kaul Auditorium Reed College. Detailed information can be found in the main office.

THE 2014-15 LEGEND YEARBOOKS WILL BE HERE SOON: Seniors get their books first, and pre-orders will be filled before new sales are accepted. If you wish to check to confirm that you have pre-ordered a copy, please get in touch with Mr. Levine ASAP.  Extra copies have been ordered and will be sold for $60 once pre-orders have been filled. 

Tennis Fundraiser: This week and next week, fundraising for Kids N’ Tennis summer camp in memory of Ben Klatchko. Cash or checks (made out to Kids N’ Tennis) accepted in the Cleveland HS business office. Honor Ben, singles player on the boy’s tennis team with a donation. Thank You, Art Shapiro, Boy’s Tennis Coach.

SENIORS:
ALL NIGHT PARTY & LUNCHEON
tickets will be on sale tomorrow Thursday 5/21 in senior hall during lunch time.

Data for Donuts – Update your Naviance account (accept, deny, wait-list and final college choice) and get a Voodoo donut! On Wednesday, 5/27 come in to the CCC between 11:30 and 3:15pm — confirm with us you’ve updated your account and claim your donut!

COUNSELING AND CAREER CENTER NEWS:
Summer Opportunities:
Stop by the College and Career Center to find information about different summer opportunities, including the following two free events:

1) Entrepreneurship Conference: This free event is perfect for students who are interested in an intensive, hands-on business learning experience. Hosted by Oregon Association of Minority Entrepreneurs.

2) Summer Transportation Institute: Attend a free, all expenses paid, 2-week camp at Western Oregon University to explore the science, technology, engineering and mathematics involved in the world of transportation.

The Northwest Asian Weekly Foundation is offering a Summer Youth Leadership Program which is an all-expenses-paid program designed for high school students and college freshmen that aims to develop leadership and communication skills. Participants have a chance to meet Asian American role models and leaders, discover Asian community resources, and build friendships with youths from other parts of the Puget Sound area. In addition students also have the opportunity to earn$200 to $500 in scholarships. See your counselor in the SSC for an application.

Show Me the Money — Personal Banker comes to the CCC to talk finance! All students are welcome in the CCC at lunch on Tuesday, May 26th to hear Owen Dodson, a personal banker, give a presentation about personal finance, how to build savings and how to build credit. Seniors: this is a great time to get tips about how you can manage your finances on your own next year!

Second Annual Junior Jumpstart 5/26-6/5: Juniors–come on in to the CCC and see us about how you can earn a prize!  Complete a graduation requirement, explore college options or begin the application process.  Let us help you get a jumpstart on your senior year!

The Summer Transportation Institute program is a 2-week course on the Western Oregon University campus designed to introduce high school students to all modes of transportation and to transportation careers. The Office of Service Learning & Career Development (SLCD), will host the Summer Transportation Institute. This is a free program that focuses on STEM and awareness of transportation careers.  The program will include classroom instruction, hands-on demonstrations, field trips, guest speakers, and group and individual projects. Participants will have an opportunity to explore all areas of transportation from bridge construction to airplane design. They will also have opportunities to participate in various after-hours and weekend sports and recreation activities.  The program will run from July 5-July 18, 2015.  Visit https://www.wou.edu/student/career/sti.php to apply or see your counselor in the SSC.

ACTIVITIES:
General NHS meeting this Friday,
5/2, at lunch in the choir room-speeches and voting occurs. NHS seniors: purchase those commencement cords- $12 in the business office- limited supply.

Attention students:  The 5th annual African Leadership Conference is at PCC (NE Portland Cascade Campus) on Wednesday, May 27th.  Please see Ms. Goldbloom in room 311 by Friday to register.

UPCOMING EVENTS:
5/21: SENIOR All Night Party & Lunch tickets sold during lunch time
5/25: Memorial Day-No School
5/26: AVID Senior Night-6:00 pm-Library
5/27: Blood Drive
5/27: Spring Sports Dessert-7:00 pm
5/28-29: Springtasia-7:00 pm-Auditorium
6/2: Spring Band Concert-7 pm-Auditorium
6/3: SENIORS LAST DAY!
6/5: ASSEMBLY SCHEDULE-Senior recognition
6/5: Senior Luncheon-11:30 am-Fred Meyer on SE 26th next to Powell Park
6/5: MANDATORY Graduation rehearsal-12:30-2:45 pm-Auditorium
6/7: Baccalaureate-4 pm-Moreland Presbyterian Church
6/9: MANDATORY Graduation Rehearsal-8:45 am-Memorial Coliseum
6/9: Graduation-7:45 pm-Memorial Coliseum

ATHLETICS:
Friday 5/22/15:

State Track Meet @Eugene/All Day

5/20/15 Wednesday Bulletin

by Michelle Orr

NO LATE OPEN FOR CLEVELAND HIGH SCHOOL TOMORROW!!
**In order to make up missed class time minutes, Cleveland will not observe the district wide late open tomorrow. Classes will begin at 8:15 am and we will follow a regular B day schedule.

THIS WEEK:
Wednesday 5/20: B Day-NO LATE OPEN-CLASS BEGINS AT 8:15
Thursday 5/21: A Day-TUTORIAL
Friday 5/22: B Day

NEXT WEEK:
Monday 5/25: MEMORIAL DAY-NO SCHOOL
Tuesday 5/26: A Day-Learning Teams
Wednesday 5/27: B Day
Thursday 5/28: A Day-TUTORIAL
Friday 5/29: B Day

ALL SCHOOL:
DRESS CODE REMINDER:
Dress for school, not the pool!! As the weather turns warmer please remember to wear appropriate school attire, thank you!

AUTODIALER CALL/ATTENDANCE UPDATE: We have received some information about a change in the autodialer system which processes and makes the calls that go home when students are late or absent to class. Apparently, you must now listen to the entire message before hanging up! If you do not listen to the entire message, the system will continue to call the number back until it registers this has happened. This also means if you have chosen to have calls go to more than one number for your student, you will need to listen to the entire message for each call, or continue to receive calls. We are sorry for any inconvenience this change has caused; we have just become aware of it ourselves. If you would like to pare down to receiving a call at just one phone number, please call the attendance line at 503-916-5126 and leave a short message letting us know which number you would like calls to go to. Thank you.

Benjamin Klatchko service information: Funeral service open to any CHS student and family member who would like to attend, Thursday 5/21 4:00 pm/Ahavai Shalom Cemetery. Memorial service open to all will be held Sunday 5/31 2:00 pm/Kaul Auditorium Reed College. Detailed information can be found in the main office.

THE 2014-15 LEGEND YEARBOOKS WILL BE HERE SOON: Seniors get their books first, and pre-orders will be filled before new sales are accepted. If you wish to check to confirm that you have pre-ordered a copy, please get in touch with Mr. Levine ASAP.  Extra copies have been ordered and will be sold for $60 once pre-orders have been filled. 

Tennis Fundraiser: This week and next week, fundraising for Kids N’ Tennis summer camp in memory of Ben Klatchko. Cash or checks (made out to Kids N’ Tennis) accepted in the Cleveland HS business office. Honor Ben, singles player on the boy’s tennis team with a donation. Thank You, Art Shapiro, Boy’s Tennis Coach.

SENIORS:
ALL NIGHT PARTY & LUNCHEON
tickets will be on sale tomorrow Wednesday 5/20 and Thursday 5/21 in senior hall during lunch time.

If you ordered a cap and gown package and did not pick it up, do so ASAP! Go to the business office and retrieve your garb.

Data for Donuts – Update your Naviance account (accept, deny, wait-list and final college choice) and get a Voodoo donut! On Wednesday, 5/27 come in to the CCC between 11:30 and 3:15pm — confirm with us you’ve updated your account and claim your donut!

COUNSELING AND CAREER CENTER NEWS:
The Northwest Asian Weekly Foundation is
offering a Summer Youth Leadership Program which is an all-expenses-paid program designed for high school students and college freshmen that aims to develop leadership and communication skills. Participants have a chance to meet Asian American role models and leaders, discover Asian community resources, and build friendships with youths from other parts of the Puget Sound area. In addition students also have the opportunity to earn$200 to $500 in scholarships. See your counselor in the SSC for an application.

Show Me the Money — Personal Banker comes to the CCC to talk finance! All students are welcome in the CCC at lunch on Tuesday, May 26th to hear Owen Dodson, a personal banker, give a presentation about personal finance, how to build savings and how to build credit. Seniors: this is a great time to get tips about how you can manage your finances on your own next year!

Second Annual Junior Jumpstart 5/26-6/5: Juniors–come on in to the CCC and see us about how you can earn a prize!  Complete a graduation requirement, explore college options or begin the application process.  Let us help you get a jumpstart on your senior year!

The Summer Transportation Institute program is a 2-week course on the Western Oregon University campus designed to introduce high school students to all modes of transportation and to transportation careers. The Office of Service Learning & Career Development (SLCD), will host the Summer Transportation Institute. This is a free program that focuses on STEM and awareness of transportation careers.  The program will include classroom instruction, hands-on demonstrations, field trips, guest speakers, and group and individual projects. Participants will have an opportunity to explore all areas of transportation from bridge construction to airplane design. They will also have opportunities to participate in various after-hours and weekend sports and recreation activities.  The program will run from July 5-July 18, 2015.  Visit https://www.wou.edu/student/career/sti.php to apply or see your counselor in the SSC.

ACTIVITIES:
General NHS meeting this Friday,
5/2, at lunch in the choir room-speeches and voting occurs. NHS seniors: purchase those commencement cords- $12 in the business office- limited supply.

Attention students:  The 5th annual African Leadership Conference is at PCC (NE Portland Cascade Campus) on Wednesday, May 27th.  Please see Ms. Goldbloom in room 311 by Friday to register.

UPCOMING EVENTS:
5/20: NO LATE OPEN FOR CLEVELAND-CLASSES BEGIN AT 8:15 AM

5/20-21: SENIOR All Night Party & Lunch tickets sold during lunch time
5/20: PTA Meeting-6:30 pm-Library-DATE CHANGE!!
5/25: Memorial Day-No School

5/26: AVID Senior Night-6:00 pm-Library
5/27: Blood Drive
5/27: Spring Sports Dessert-7:00 pm
5/28-29: Springtasia-7:00 pm-Auditorium
6/2: Spring Band Concert-7 pm-Auditorium
6/3: SENIORS LAST DAY!
6/5: ASSEMBLY SCHEDULE-Senior recognition
6/5: Senior Luncheon-11:30 am-Fred Meyer on SE 26th next to Powell Park
6/5: MANDATORY Graduation rehearsal-12:30-2:45 pm-Auditorium
6/7: Baccalaureate-4 pm-Moreland Presbyterian Church
6/9: MANDATORY Graduation Rehearsal-8:45 am-Memorial Coliseum
6/9: Graduation-7:45 pm-Memorial Coliseum

ATHLETICS:
Friday 5/22/15:

State Track Meet @Eugene/All Day

5/19/15 Tuesday Bulletin

by Michelle Orr

NO LATE OPEN FOR CLEVELAND HIGH SCHOOL ON WEDNESDAY!!
**In order to make up missed class time minutes, Cleveland will not observe the district wide late open next Wednesday. Classes will begin at 8:15 am and we will follow a regular B day schedule.

THIS WEEK:
Tuesday 5/19: A Day-Learning Teams
Wednesday 5/20: B Day-NO LATE OPEN-CLASS BEGINS AT 8:15
Thursday 5/21: A Day-TUTORIAL
Friday 5/22: B Day

NEXT WEEK:
Monday 5/25: MEMORIAL DAY-NO SCHOOL
Tuesday 5/26: A Day-Learning Teams
Wednesday 5/27: B Day
Thursday 5/28: A Day-TUTORIAL
Friday 5/29: B Day

ALL SCHOOL:
THE 2014-15 LEGEND YEARBOOKS WILL BE HERE SOON:
Seniors get their books first, and pre-orders will be filled before new sales are accepted. If you wish to check to confirm that you have pre-ordered a copy, please get in touch with Mr. Levine ASAP.  Extra copies have been ordered and will be sold for $60 once pre-orders have been filled. 

Attention students:  The 5th annual African Leadership Conference is at PCC (NE Portland Cascade Campus) on Wednesday, May 27th.  Please see Ms. Goldbloom in room 311 by Friday to register.

Seniors- If you ordered a cap and gown package and did not pick it up, do so ASAP! Go to the business office and retrieve your garb.

ACTIVITIES:
Audition Announcement:
Auditions for next Fall’s production of “Night of Ashes” will be held after school May 19th, 20th and 21st from 3:45 PM to 6:00 PM “Night of Ashes” is an original Action adventure based on the Role Playing Game, Pathfinder, a version of Dungeons and Dragons. The production requires a cast of twenty actors, musicians and students capable of extended stage combat sequences and stunt work. There will be some combat training over the summer, but rehearsals begin in September. Please see Mr. Beckett in room 268 to sign up for an audition slot or if you have any questions.

UPCOMING EVENTS:
5/20: NO LATE OPEN FOR CLEVELAND-CLASSES BEGIN AT 8:15 AM

5/20-21: SENIOR All Night Party & Lunch tickets sold during lunch time
5/20: PTA Meeting-6:30 pm-Library-DATE CHANGE!!
5/25: Memorial Day-No School

5/26: AVID Senior Night-6:00 pm-Library
5/27: Blood Drive
5/27: Spring Sports Dessert-7:00 pm
5/28-29: Springtasia-7:00 pm-Auditorium
6/2: Spring Band Concert-7 pm-Auditorium
6/3: SENIORS LAST DAY!
6/5: ASSEMBLY SCHEDULE-Senior recognition
6/5: Senior Luncheon-11:30 am-Fred Meyer on SE 26th next to Powell Park
6/5: MANDATORY Graduation rehearsal-12:30-2:45 pm-Auditorium
6/7: Baccalaureate-4 pm-Moreland Presbyterian Church
6/9: MANDATORY Graduation Rehearsal-8:45 am-Memorial Coliseum
6/9: Graduation-7:45 pm-Memorial Coliseum

ATHLETICS:
Friday 5/22/15:

State Track Meet @Eugene/All Day

5/18/15 Monday Bulletin

by Michelle Orr

NO LATE OPEN FOR CLEVELAND HIGH SCHOOL ON WEDNESDAY!!
**In order to make up missed class time minutes, Cleveland will not observe the district wide late open next Wednesday. Classes will begin at 8:15 am and we will follow a regular B day schedule.

THIS WEEK:
Monday 5/18: Periods 1-8
Tuesday 5/19: A Day-Learning Teams
Wednesday 5/20: B Day-NO LATE OPEN-CLASS BEGINS AT 8:15
Thursday 5/21: A Day-TUTORIAL
Friday 5/22: B Day

NEXT WEEK:
Monday 5/25: MEMORIAL DAY-NO SCHOOL
Tuesday 5/26: A Day-Learning Teams
Wednesday 5/27: B Day
Thursday 5/28: A Day-TUTORIAL
Friday 5/29: B Day

ALL SCHOOL:
Seniors-
If you ordered a cap and gown package and did not pick it up, do so ASAP! Go to the business office and retrieve your garb.

ACTIVITIES:
Audition Announcement:
Auditions for next Fall’s production of “Night of Ashes” will be held after school May 19th, 20th and 21st from 3:45 PM to 6:00 PM “Night of Ashes” is an original Action adventure based on the Role Playing Game, Pathfinder, a version of Dungeons and Dragons. The production requires a cast of twenty actors, musicians and students capable of extended stage combat sequences and stunt work. There will be some combat training over the summer, but rehearsals begin in September. Please see Mr. Beckett in room 268 to sign up for an audition slot or if you have any questions.

UPCOMING EVENTS:
5/20: NO LATE OPEN FOR CLEVELAND-CLASSES BEGIN AT 8:15 AM

5/20-21: SENIOR All Night Party & Lunch tickets sold during lunch time
5/20: PTA Meeting-6:30 pm-Library-DATE CHANGE!!
5/25: Memorial Day-No School

5/26: AVID Senior Night-6:00 pm-Library
5/27: Blood Drive
5/27: Spring Sports Dessert-7:00 pm
5/28-29: Springtasia-7:00 pm-Auditorium
6/2: Spring Band Concert-7 pm-Auditorium
6/3: SENIORS LAST DAY!
6/5: ASSEMBLY SCHEDULE-Senior recognition
6/5: Senior Luncheon-11:30 am-Fred Meyer on SE 26th next to Powell Park
6/5: MANDATORY Graduation rehearsal-12:30-2:45 pm-Auditorium
6/7: Baccalaureate-4 pm-Moreland Presbyterian Church
6/9: MANDATORY Graduation Rehearsal-8:45 am-Memorial Coliseum
6/9: Graduation-7:45 pm-Memorial Coliseum

ATHLETICS:
Monday 5/18/15:

Boys Golf State Tournament@Eugene/All Day

Friday 5/22/15:
State Track Meet @Eugene/All Day

5/15/15 Friday Bulletin

by Michelle Orr

NO LATE OPEN FOR CLEVELAND HIGH SCHOOL NEXT WEDNESDAY!! In order to make up missed class time minutes, Cleveland will not observe the district wide late open next Wednesday. Classes will begin at 8:15 am and we will follow a regular B day schedules.

THIS WEEK:
Friday 5/15: B Day

NEXT WEEK:
Monday 5/18: Periods 1-8
Tuesday 5/19: A Day-Learning Teams
Wednesday 5/20: B Day-NO LATE OPEN-CLASS BEGINS AT 8:15
Thursday 5/21: A Day-TUTORIAL
Friday 5/22: B Day

ALL SCHOOL:
Registration for summer school has begun.  See your counselor in the SSC to sign up.

Blood Drive Reminder. This week is the last week to sign up to donate blood on 5/27. All students and staff 16 and older are eligible to donate. Please sign up with any GNHS member, or on the sign-up sheet outside room 229. Sign-ups end on 5/15. Donating blood really is a matter of life and death.

CAREER CENTER NEWS:
Volunteer at the Woodmere Carnival this weekend:
Woodmere Elementary School is looking for fun students to help run games and sell raffle tickets at their annual carnival this Saturday, 5/16. Volunteers can sign up for a one-hour shift or help all day, from 12-3 pm. See Ms. Sause in the SSC (room 226) if you’re interested.

Portland Metro Fire Camp for Girls: Ladies! Apply today to participate in the FREE Portland Metro Fire Camp! Fire Camp runs from July 17-19. Participants will l use tools and equipment to practice fire and rescue work, learn about teamwork and how to prepare for an interview. Pick up more information in the CCC today!

ACTIVITIES:
NHS News:
NHS meeting in the choir room 5/15, Friday at lunchtime.

UPCOMING EVENTS:
5/20: NO LATE OPEN FOR CLEVELAND-CLASSES BEGIN AT 8:15 AM

5/20-21: SENIOR All Night Party & Lunch tickets sold during lunch time
5/20: PTA Meeting-6:30 pm-Library-DATE CHANGE!!
5/25: Memorial Day-No School

5/26: AVID Senior Night-6:00 pm-Library
5/27: Blood Drive
5/27: Spring Sports Dessert-7:00 pm
5/28-29: Springtasia-7:00 pm-Auditorium
6/2: Spring Band Concert-7 pm-Auditorium
6/3: SENIORS LAST DAY!
6/5: ASSEMBLY SCHEDULE-Senior recognition
6/5: Senior Luncheon-11:30 am-Fred Meyer on SE 26th next to Powell Park
6/5: MANDATORY Graduation rehearsal-12:30-2:45 pm-Auditorium
6/7: Baccalaureate-4 pm-Moreland Presbyterian Church
6/9: MANDATORY Graduation Rehearsal-8:45 am-Memorial Coliseum
6/9: Graduation-7:45 pm-Memorial Coliseum

ATHLETICS:
Friday 5/15/15:

Tennis all District Finals@Gabriel Park/1:00 pm/Release 11:00
Softball JV2 vs Clackamas@Woodstock Park/4:00 pm/Release 2:30

5/14/15 Thursday Bulletin

by Michelle Orr

NO LATE OPEN FOR CLEVELAND HIGH SCHOOL NEXT WEDNESDAY!! In order to make up missed class time minutes, Cleveland will not observe the district wide late open next Wednesday. Classes will begin at 8:15 am and we will follow a regular B day schedules.

THIS WEEK:
Thursday 5/14: A Day-TUTORIAL
Friday 5/15: B Day

NEXT WEEK:
Monday 5/18: Periods 1-8
Tuesday 5/19: A Day-Learning Teams
Wednesday 5/20: B Day-NO LATE OPEN-CLASS BEGINS AT 8:15
Thursday 5/21: A Day-TUTORIAL
Friday 5/22: B Day

ALL SCHOOL:
Registration for summer school has begun.  See your counselor in the SSC to sign up.

Blood Drive Reminder. This week is the last week to sign up to donate blood on 5/27. All students and staff 16 and older are eligible to donate. Please sign up with any GNHS member, or on the sign-up sheet outside room 229. Sign-ups end on 5/15. Donating blood really is a matter of life and death.

CAREER CENTER NEWS:
Volunteer at the Woodmere Carnival this weekend:
Woodmere Elementary School is looking for fun students to help run games and sell raffle tickets at their annual carnival this Saturday, 5/16. Volunteers can sign up for a one-hour shift or help all day, from 12-3 pm. See Ms. Sause in the SSC (room 226) if you’re interested.

Portland Metro Fire Camp for Girls: Ladies! Apply today to participate in the FREE Portland Metro Fire Camp! Fire Camp runs from July 17-19. Participants will l use tools and equipment to practice fire and rescue work, learn about teamwork and how to prepare for an interview. Pick up more information in the CCC today!

ACTIVITIES:
NHS News:
NHS folks needed to work at Burgerville for a fundraiser 5/13, 5-9 pm. Seniors purchase your NHS commencement cord in the business office for $12. NHS meeting in the choir room 5/15, Friday at lunchtime.

UPCOMING EVENTS:
5/20: NO LATE OPEN FOR CLEVELAND-CLASSES BEGIN AT 8:15 AM

5/20-21: SENIOR All Night Party & Lunch tickets sold during lunch time
5/20: PTA Meeting-6:30 pm-Library-DATE CHANGE!!
5/25: Memorial Day-No School

5/26: AVID Senior Night-6:00 pm-Library
5/27: Blood Drive
5/27: Spring Sports Dessert-7:00 pm
5/28-29: Springtasia-7:00 pm-Auditorium
6/2: Spring Band Concert-7 pm-Auditorium
6/3: SENIORS LAST DAY!
6/5: ASSEMBLY SCHEDULE-Senior recognition
6/5: Senior Luncheon-11:30 am-Fred Meyer on SE 26th next to Powell Park
6/5: MANDATORY Graduation rehearsal-12:30-2:45 pm-Auditorium
6/7: Baccalaureate-4 pm-Moreland Presbyterian Church
6/9: MANDATORY Graduation Rehearsal-8:45 am-Memorial Coliseum
6/9: Graduation-7:45 pm-Memorial Coliseum

ATHLETICS:
Thursday 5/14/15:

Softball Var vs Lincoln@Erv Lind/4:00 pm/Release 2:15
Softball JV @Benson/4:00 pm/Release 2:15
Track Var Districts@Lincoln/3:45 pm/Release 2:00
Boys Tennis Var Districts@Gabriel Park/1:00 pm/Release 11:00 am

Friday 5/15/15:
Tennis all District Finals@Gabriel Park/1:00 pm/Release 11:00
Softball JV2 vs Clackamas@Woodstock Park/4:00 pm/Release 2:30

5/13/15 Wednesday Bulletin

by Michelle Orr

NO LATE OPEN FOR CLEVELAND HIGH SCHOOL NEXT WEDNESDAY!! In order to make up missed class time minutes, Cleveland will not observe the district wide late open next Wednesday. Classes will begin at 8:15 am and we will follow a regular B day schedules.

THIS WEEK:
Wednesday 5/13: B Day
Thursday 5/14: A Day-TUTORIAL
Friday 5/15: B Day

NEXT WEEK:
Monday 5/18: Periods 1-8
Tuesday 5/19: A Day-Learning Teams
Wednesday 5/20: B Day-LATE OPEN
Thursday 5/21: A Day-TUTORIAL
Friday 5/22: B Day

ALL SCHOOL:
Registration for summer school has begun.  See your counselor in the SSC to sign up.

Blood Drive Reminder. This week is the last week to sign up to donate blood on 5/27. All students and staff 16 and older are eligible to donate. Please sign up with any GNHS member, or on the sign-up sheet outside room 229. Sign-ups end on 5/15. Donating blood really is a matter of life and death.

CAREER CENTER NEWS:
Volunteer at the Woodmere Carnival this weekend:
Woodmere Elementary School is looking for fun students to help run games and sell raffle tickets at their annual carnival this Saturday, 5/16. Volunteers can sign up for a one-hour shift or help all day, from 12-3 pm. See Ms. Sause in the SSC (room 226) if you’re interested.

Portland Metro Fire Camp for Girls: Ladies! Apply today to participate in the FREE Portland Metro Fire Camp! Fire Camp runs from July 17-19. Participants will l use tools and equipment to practice fire and rescue work, learn about teamwork and how to prepare for an interview. Pick up more information in the CCC today!

ACTIVITIES:
NHS News:
NHS folks needed to work at Burgerville for a fundraiser 5/13, 5-9 pm. Seniors purchase your NHS commencement cord in the business office for $12. NHS meeting in the choir room 5/15, Friday at lunchtime.

Audition Announcement: Auditions for next Fall’s production of “Night of Ashes” will be held after school 5/19, 5/20 and 5/21 from 3:45 pm-6:00 pm. “Night of Ashes” is an original Action adventure based on the Role Playing Game, Pathfinder, a version of Dungeons and Dragons. The production requires a cast of twenty actors, musicians and students capable of extended stage combat sequences and stunt work. There will be some combat training over the summer, but rehearsals begin in September. Please see Mr. Beckett in room 268 to sign up for an audition slot or if you have any questions.

UPCOMING EVENTS:
5/20: NO LATE OPEN FOR CLEVELAND-CLASSES BEGIN AT 8:15 AM

5/20-21: SENIOR All Night Party & Lunch tickets sold during lunch time
5/20: PTA Meeting-6:30 pm-Library-DATE CHANGE!!
5/25: Memorial Day-No School

5/26: AVID Senior Night-6:00 pm-Library
5/27: Blood Drive
5/27: Spring Sports Dessert-7:00 pm
5/28-29: Springtasia-7:00 pm-Auditorium
6/2: Spring Band Concert-7 pm-Auditorium
6/3: SENIORS LAST DAY!
6/5: ASSEMBLY SCHEDULE-Senior recognition
6/5: Senior Luncheon-11:30 am-Fred Meyer on SE 26th next to Powell Park
6/5: MANDATORY Graduation rehearsal-12:30-2:45 pm-Auditorium
6/7: Baccalaureate-4 pm-Moreland Presbyterian Church
6/9: MANDATORY Graduation Rehearsal-8:45 am-Memorial Coliseum
6/9: Graduation-7:45 pm-Memorial Coliseum

ATHLETICS:
Wednesday 5/13/15:

Boys Lacrosse Var @OES/7:30 pm
Softball JV2 vs Centennial@Centennial MS/4:30 pm/Release 2:45
Track Var Districts@Lincoln/3:45 pm/Release 2:00
Girls Tennis Var Districts@Gabriel Park/1:00 pm/Release 11:00

Thursday 5/14/15:
Softball Var vs Lincoln@Erv Lind/4:00 pm/Release 2:15
Softball JV @Benson/4:00 pm/Release 2:15
Track Var Districts@Lincoln/3:45 pm/Release 2:00
Boys Tennis Var Districts@Gabriel Park/1:00 pm/Release 11:00 am

Friday 5/15/15:
Tennis all District Finals@Gabriel Park/1:00 pm/Release 11:00
Softball JV2 vs Clackamas@Woodstock Park/4:00 pm/Release 2:30

5/12/15 Tuesday Bulletin

by Michelle Orr

NO LATE OPEN FOR CLEVELAND HIGH SCHOOL NEXT WEDNESDAY!! In order to make up missed class time minutes, Cleveland will not observe the district wide late open next Wednesday. Classes will begin at 8:15 am and we will follow a regular B day schedules.

THIS WEEK:
Tuesday 5/12: A Day
Wednesday 5/13: B Day
Thursday 5/14: A Day-TUTORIAL
Friday 5/15: B Day

NEXT WEEK:
Monday 5/18: Periods 1-8
Tuesday 5/19: A Day-Learning Teams
Wednesday 5/20: B Day-LATE OPEN
Thursday 5/21: A Day-TUTORIAL
Friday 5/22: B Day

ALL SCHOOL:
Blood Drive Reminder.
This week is the last week to sign up to donate blood on 5/27. All students and staff 16 and older are eligible to donate. Please sign up with any GNHS member, or on the sign-up sheet outside room 229. Sign-ups end on 5/15. Donating blood really is a matter of life and death.

Congratulations to Evan Billups and Quinn Gonzales. They have been elected to be the Student representatives to the 2015/16 Site council. Thank you to all of our candidates and to all students who voted.

Congratulations to Ana Guzenko, Anastasia Guzenko and Sulamita Kayan for their awesome performance at the Russian Speaking Youth Leadership Conference!  They, along with their peers at Franklin took first place in the competition with their skit about unity.

Congratulations to Amanda Riler/Bass Viol, Melissa Paterson/Euphonium and Oliva Fields/Alto Sax for their excellent performances at the OSAA State Solo Contest Saturday. Olivia Fields medaled and came in 4th place in the State of Oregon on Alto Sax.

CAREER CENTER NEWS:
Portland Metro Fire Camp for Girls:
Ladies! Apply today to participate in the FREE Portland Metro Fire Camp! Fire Camp runs from July 17-19. Participants will l use tools and equipment to practice fire and rescue work, learn about teamwork and how to prepare for an interview. Pick up more information in the CCC today!

ACTIVITIES:
NHS News:
NHS folks needed to work at Burgerville for a fundraiser 5/13, 5-9 pm. Seniors purchase your NHS commencement cord in the business office for $12. NHS meeting in the choir room 5/15, Friday at lunchtime.

Audition Announcement: Auditions for next Fall’s production of “Night of Ashes” will be held after school 5/19, 5/20 and 5/21 from 3:45 pm-6:00 pm. “Night of Ashes” is an original Action adventure based on the Role Playing Game, Pathfinder, a version of Dungeons and Dragons. The production requires a cast of twenty actors, musicians and students capable of extended stage combat sequences and stunt work. There will be some combat training over the summer, but rehearsals begin in September. Please see Mr. Beckett in room 268 to sign up for an audition slot or if you have any questions.

A week to help eliminate Maternal/Neonatal Tetanus? Count Cleveland in! A $1.80 donation gives 3 vaccines to save a mother and her future children from this disease! Key Clubbers will be distributing ELIMINATE bottles throughout the school in classrooms. Every little penny counts, and together we can be KEY in eliminating MNT from the face of the planet! #elimn8

UPCOMING EVENTS:
5/20: NO LATE OPEN FOR CLEVELAND-CLASSES BEGIN AT 8:15 AM

5/20-21: SENIOR All Night Party & Lunch tickets sold during lunch time
5/20: PTA Meeting-6:30 pm-Library-DATE CHANGE!!
5/25: Memorial Day-No School

5/26: AVID Senior Night-6:00 pm-Library
5/27: Blood Drive
5/27: Spring Sports Dessert-7:00 pm
5/28-29: Springtasia-7:00 pm-Auditorium
6/2: Spring Band Concert-7 pm-Auditorium
6/3: SENIORS LAST DAY!
6/5: ASSEMBLY SCHEDULE-Senior recognition
6/5: Senior Luncheon-11:30 am-Fred Meyer on SE 26th next to Powell Park
6/5: MANDATORY Graduation rehearsal-12:30-2:45 pm-Auditorium
6/7: Baccalaureate-4 pm-Moreland Presbyterian Church
6/9: MANDATORY Graduation Rehearsal-8:45 am-Memorial Coliseum
6/9: Graduation-7:45 pm-Memorial Coliseum

ATHLETICS:
Tuesday 5/12/15:

Softball Var/JV @Franklin/4:00 pm/Release 2:30
Softball JV2 vs Century@Woodstock Park/4:00 pm/Release 2:30
Baseball Var vs Grant@Powell Park/4:30 pm
Baseball JV @Grant/4:30 pm/Release 3:00
Boys Tennis Var Districts@Gabriel Park/1:00 pm/Release 11:00

Wednesday 5/13/15:
Boys Lacrosse Var @OES/7:30 pm
Softball JV2 vs Centennial@Centennial MS/4:30 pm/Release 2:45
Track Var Districts@Lincoln/3:45 pm/Release 2:00
Girls Tennis Var Districts@Gabriel Park/1:00 pm/Release 11:00

Thursday 5/14/15:
Softball Var vs Lincoln@Erv Lind/4:00 pm/Release 2:15
Softball JV @Benson/4:00 pm/Release 2:15
Track Var Districts@Lincoln/3:45 pm/Release 2:00
Boys Tennis Var Districts@Gabriel Park/1:00 pm/Release 11:00 am

Friday 5/15/15:
Tennis all District Finals@Gabriel Park/1:00 pm/Release 11:00
Softball JV2 vs Clackamas@Woodstock Park/4:00 pm/Release 2:30

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