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2/10/16 Wednesday Bulletin

by Michelle Orr

THIS WEEK:
Wednesday 2/10: B DAY/REGULAR
Thursday 2/11: A DAY/FLEX
Friday 2/12: B DAY/FLEX

NEXT WEEK:
Monday 2/15: PRESIDENT’S DAY-NO SCHOOL
Tuesday 2/16: A DAY/REGULAR
Wednesday 2/17: B DAY-EARLY DISMISSAL-1:15 pm
Thursday 2/18: A DAY/REGULAR
Friday 2/19: B DAY/REGULAR

Please call the attendance line directly at 503-916-5126 to excuse or pre-excuse any absences, tardies or appointments. Thank you!

ALL SCHOOL:
It’s Burgerville time!!  Support Cleveland HS Choirs
by eating at Burgerville TONIGHT Wednesday 2/10.   The location at 25th and Powell (across the street from Cleveland) will donate 10% of ALL sales between 5 and 8pm to the Choir department.

The last day to drop a class without a Withdrawal/Fail is Friday, February 12th.

JUNIORS ACT REGISTRATION!! Registration for the ACT test to be held here at Cleveland HS in March will be Wednesday 2/17. All juniors who wish to test need to meet in the auditorium immediately at 1:15 pm. Don’t forget to bring a book or notebook to serve as a writing surface for filling out the registration form as well as your social security number! This will be your ONLY chance to register for the free ACT exam held here at Cleveland on 3/15.

CONGRATULATIONS CHS JAZZ ENSEMBLE!! This past Saturday, February 6, the CHS Jazz Ensemble performed at the West Salem Jazz Festival.  The band did an outstanding job, and placed 3rd out of 9 bands.  In addition, the Saxophone Section was voted the outstanding Sax Section of the day. Outstanding soloist awards were awarded to:  Alexia Trettin (Flute), Olivia Fields (Alto Sax), Georgia Hastie (Tenor Sax), James Predisik (Trumpet) and Dominic Verna-Ketel (Piano).

Immunization Exclusion Day is Wednesday, 2/17. That means if the school does not have the required immunization information before 2/17, the student cannot come to school until receipt of the required immunization information.   Letters were sent out this past week to inform parents who have a “NO Record” or “Incomplete Record”.   Check with your parents.   Please see your health care provider to receive your needed immunization s. If you previously had a Non-Medical Exemption which previously was called a Religious Exemption then you need to update that exemption. Please visit the Immunization website: www.healthoregon.org/vaccine exemption. Any student who is 15 years or older may sign for their immunizations or immunization exemption. You may also contact the school nurse, Patty Locke, RN in Room 163.

The IB Extended Essay Senior Showcase has been RESCHEDULED to THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11TH at 7 pm to avoid a conflict with the community forum on air quality concerns.  Please join us in the auditorium on Thursday to celebrate research in a wide variety of student-chosen subjects and topics.  As a member of the audience, you can choose from 5 15-minutes presentations to attend.

Yearbook sales have been extended through the 12th. The only way you are guaranteed a book is if you purchase one before the 12th. Get yours at yearbooksforever.com. If you have questions contact Mr. Levine.

Are you a senior interested in performing at commencement? Auditions for commencement entertainment will be held during lunch on 2/10 in the choir room 236. Pieces must be no longer than three minutes. You must audition with the same piece you will perform. All individuals performing must be seniors attending CHS.

Would you and your family enjoy a vacation in Hawaii that is PAID for?  Airfare, hotel, car rental for 5 nights in Maui for four people!!  See Jan Watt, office 224, for raffle ticket—only $20.  This raffle is sponsored by the CHS Foundation and all proceeds are used for faculty and staff hiring!  Support a good cause and enjoy the sun in Hawaii!!

COLLEGE AND CAREER CENTER NEWS:
Cleveland will host the
 USA Gap Year Fair on Wednesday, 2/10, from 6-7:30 pm. This is a great opportunity for students to think about how to plan a Gap Year and visit with representatives from many Gap programs.

ACTIVITIES:
Embody love club
will be meeting TODAY, Wed. 2/10 in room 109 at lunch. Come to be in the yearbook photo, enjoy some snacks, and help finalize details for our love mirror campaign taking place later this month.

Outdoor School informational meeting: Calling all sophomores, juniors and seniors! 2/11 during lunch in room 320 (Schlichting). Come on in to learn about the upcoming spring session of Outdoor School! Find out how to sign up on line. Ask questions, get answers!

Animal Advocacy Club Valentine’s Day Bash. Everyone’s invited. Come check it out! Wednesday 2/10 room 329. Snacks provided! Make Valentines cards with us.

UPCOMING EVENTS:
2/11: IB Extended Essay Showcase-7 pm-DATE CHANGE!!
2/10: Gap Year Fair-6 pm-Auditorium
2/12: Hall of Fame-7:15 pm
2/15: PRESIDENT’S DAY-NO SCHOOL
2/17: EARLY DISMISSAL-1:15 PM

2/17: PTA Meeting-6:30 pm-Library
2/26-27 & 3/3-3/4-DATE CHANGE!!: Spring Musical-Fiddler on the Roof

ATHLETICS:
Wednesday 2/10/16:

Girls Basketball JV vs Benson@Home/4:00 pm
Girls Basketball Var vs Benson@Home/6:00 pm
Boys Basketball Frosh @Benson/5:45 pm/Release 2:45
Boys Basketball JV @Benson/4:15 pm/Release 2:45
Boys Basketball Var vs Benson@Home/7:30 pm

Friday 2/12/16:
Swimming Var PIL Districts@Dishman/6:00 pm
Girls Basketball JV vs Franklin@Home/4:15 pm
Girls Basketball Var vs Franklin@Home/6:00 pm
Boys Basketball Frosh vs Franklin@Eastmoreland Cts./4:00 pm/Release 2:15
Boys Basketball JV vs Franklin@Eastmoreland Cts./4:30 pm/Release 2:15
Boys Basketball Var vs Franklin@Home/7:30 pm
Wrestling Var PIL Districts@Marshall Campus/3:00 pm/Release 11:45

Saturday 2/13/16:
Wrestling Var PIL Districts@Marshall Campus/9:30 am
Swimming Var PIL Districts @Dishman/1:00 pm
Dance Var Tigard Competition@Tigard HS/11:30 am
Boys Basketball JV2 vs Grant@Home/12:00 pm

2/9/16 Tuesday Bulletin

by Michelle Orr

THIS WEEK:
Tuesday 2/9: A DAY/REGULAR
Wednesday 2/10: B DAY/REGULAR
Thursday 2/11: A DAY/FLEX
Friday 2/12: B DAY/FLEX

NEXT WEEK:
Monday 2/15: PRESIDENT’S DAY-NO SCHOOL
Tuesday 2/16: A DAY/REGULAR
Wednesday 2/17: B DAY-EARLY DISMISSAL-1:15 pm
Thursday 2/18: A DAY/REGULAR
Friday 2/19: B DAY/REGULAR

Please call the attendance line directly at 503-916-5126 to excuse or pre-excuse any absences, tardies or appointments. Thank you!

ALL SCHOOL:
CONGRATULATIONS CHS JAZZ ENSEMBLE!!
This past Saturday, February 6, the CHS Jazz Ensemble performed at the West Salem Jazz Festival.  The band did an outstanding job, and placed 3rd out of 9 bands.  In addition, the Saxophone Section was voted the outstanding Sax Section of the day. Outstanding soloist awards were awarded to:  Alexia Trettin (Flute), Olivia Fields (Alto Sax), Georgia Hastie (Tenor Sax), James Predisik (Trumpet) and Dominic Verna-Ketel (Piano).

Immunization Exclusion Day is Wednesday, 2/17. That means if the school does not have the required immunization information before 2/17, the student cannot come to school until receipt of the required immunization information.   Letters were sent out this past week to inform parents who have a “NO Record” or “Incomplete Record”.   Check with your parents.   Please see your health care provider to receive your needed immunization s. If you previously had a Non-Medical Exemption which previously was called a Religious Exemption then you need to update that exemption. Please visit the Immunization website: www.healthoregon.org/vaccine exemption. Any student who is 15 years or older may sign for their immunizations or immunization exemption. You may also contact the school nurse, Patty Locke, RN in Room 163.

The IB Extended Essay Senior Showcase has been RESCHEDULED to THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11TH at 7 pm to avoid a conflict with the community forum on air quality concerns.  Please join us in the auditorium on Thursday to celebrate research in a wide variety of student-chosen subjects and topics.  As a member of the audience, you can choose from 5 15-minutes presentations to attend.

Come show support for your unified sports team!  Our Special Olympians and partners have been hard at work preparing for their inaugural basketball game this Tuesday at 4pm in the Cleveland gym.  Go Warriors! 

Yearbook sales have been extended through the 12th. The only way you are guaranteed a book is if you purchase one before the 12th. Get yours at yearbooksforever.com. If you have questions contact Mr. Levine.

Are you a senior interested in performing at commencement? Auditions for commencement entertainment will be held during lunch on 2/9 and 2/10. Pieces must be no longer than three minutes. You must audition with the same piece you will perform. All individuals performing must be seniors attending CHS.

Come learn about the Extended Essay topics researched by our 2016 IB Diploma seniors at 7 p.m. next Tuesday, 2/9 in the CHS Auditorium. Topics vary from an examination of the mother archetype in Khaled Hosseini’s novels, to an exploration of Satanism and the stereotypes it engenders; a study of the ethical implications of the use of Performance Enhancing Drugs in the MLB, to the recovered art of Pompeii and what it reveals about the ancient Roman civilization.  There truly is something for everyone.  Choose 5 15-minute sessions to attend.

Would you and your family enjoy a vacation in Hawaii that is PAID for?  Airfare, hotel, car rental for 5 nights in Maui for four people!!  See Jan Watt, office 224, for raffle ticket—only $20.  This raffle is sponsored by the CHS Foundation and all proceeds are used for faculty and staff hiring!  Support a good cause and enjoy the sun in Hawaii!!

COLLEGE AND CAREER CENTER NEWS:
Cleveland will host the
 USA Gap Year Fair on Wednesday, 2/10, from 6-7:30 pm. This is a great opportunity for students to think about how to plan a Gap Year and visit with representatives from many Gap programs.

ACTIVITIES:
Outdoor School informational meeting:
Calling all sophomores, juniors and seniors! 2/11 during lunch in room 320 (Schlichting). Come on in to learn about the upcoming spring session of Outdoor School! Find out how to sign up on line. Ask questions, get answers!

Animal Advocacy Club Valentine’s Day Bash. Everyone’s invited. Come check it out! Wednesday 2/10 room 329. Snacks provided! Make Valentines cards with us.

UPCOMING EVENTS:
2/9: Community Air Quality meeting-7 pm-Cafeteria
2/11: IB Extended Essay Showcase-7 pm-DATE CHANGE!!
2/10: Gap Year Fair-6 pm-Auditorium
2/12: Hall of Fame-7:15 pm
2/15: PRESIDENT’S DAY-NO SCHOOL
2/17: EARLY DISMISSAL-1:15 PM

2/17: PTA Meeting-6:30 pm-Library
2/26-27 & 3/3-3/4-DATE CHANGE!!: Spring Musical-Fiddler on the Roof

ATHLETICS:
Tuesday 2/9/16:

Girls Basketball JV vs Grant@Home/5:45 pm
Girls Basketball Var vs Grant@Home/7:30 pm
Boys Basketball Frosh @Grant/4:15 pm/Release 2:30
Boys Basketball JV @Grant/5:45 pm/Release 2:30
Boys Basketball Var @Grant/7:30 pm

Wednesday 2/10/16:
Girls Basketball JV vs Benson@Home/4:00 pm
Girls Basketball Var vs Benson@Home/6:00 pm
Boys Basketball Frosh @Benson/5:45 pm/Release 2:45
Boys Basketball JV @Benson/4:15 pm/Release 2:45
Boys Basketball Var vs Benson@Home/7:30 pm

Friday 2/12/16:
Swimming Var PIL Districts@Dishman/6:00 pm
Girls Basketball JV vs Franklin@Home/4:15 pm
Girls Basketball Var vs Franklin@Home/6:00 pm
Boys Basketball Frosh vs Franklin@Eastmoreland Cts./4:00 pm/Release 2:15
Boys Basketball JV vs Franklin@Eastmoreland Cts./4:30 pm/Release 2:15
Boys Basketball Var vs Franklin@Home/7:30 pm
Wrestling Var PIL Districts@Marshall Campus/3:00 pm/Release 11:45

Saturday 2/13/16:
Wrestling Var PIL Districts@Marshall Campus/9:30 am
Swimming Var PIL Districts @Dishman/1:00 pm
Dance Var Tigard Competition@Tigard HS/11:30 am
Boys Basketball JV2 vs Grant@Home/12:00 pm

2/8/16 Monday Bulletin

by Michelle Orr

THIS WEEK:
Monday 2/8: B DAY/REGULAR
Tuesday 2/9: A DAY/REGULAR
Wednesday 2/10: B DAY/REGULAR
Thursday 2/11: A DAY/FLEX
Friday 2/12: B DAY/FLEX

NEXT WEEK:
Monday 2/15: PRESIDENT’S DAY-NO SCHOOL
Tuesday 2/16: A DAY/REGULAR
Wednesday 2/17: B DAY-EARLY DISMISSAL-1:15 pm
Thursday 2/18: A DAY/REGULAR
Friday 2/19: B DAY/REGULAR

Please call the attendance line directly at 503-916-5126 to excuse or pre-excuse any absences, tardies or appointments. Thank you!

ALL SCHOOL:
The IB Extended Essay Senior Showcase
has been RESCHEDULED to THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11TH at 7 pm to avoid a conflict with the community forum on air quality concerns.  Please join us in the auditorium on Thursday to celebrate research in a wide variety of student-chosen subjects and topics.  As a member of the audience, you can choose from 5 15-minutes presentations to attend.

Come show support for your unified sports team!  Our Special Olympians and partners have been hard at work preparing for their inaugural basketball game this Tuesday at 4pm in the Cleveland gym.  Go Warriors! 

Yearbook sales have been extended through the 12th. The only way you are guaranteed a book is if you purchase one before the 12th. Get yours at yearbooksforever.com. If you have questions contact Mr. Levine.

Are you a senior interested in performing at commencement? Auditions for commencement entertainment will be held during lunch on 2/9 and 2/10. Pieces must be no longer than three minutes. You must audition with the same piece you will perform. All individuals performing must be seniors attending CHS.

Come learn about the Extended Essay topics researched by our 2016 IB Diploma seniors at 7 p.m. next Tuesday, 2/9 in the CHS Auditorium. Topics vary from an examination of the mother archetype in Khaled Hosseini’s novels, to an exploration of Satanism and the stereotypes it engenders; a study of the ethical implications of the use of Performance Enhancing Drugs in the MLB, to the recovered art of Pompeii and what it reveals about the ancient Roman civilization.  There truly is something for everyone.  Choose 5 15-minute sessions to attend.

Would you and your family enjoy a vacation in Hawaii that is PAID for?  Airfare, hotel, car rental for 5 nights in Maui for four people!!  See Jan Watt, office 224, for raffle ticket—only $20.  This raffle is sponsored by the CHS Foundation and all proceeds are used for faculty and staff hiring!  Support a good cause and enjoy the sun in Hawaii!!

The Cleveland Clarion is proud to present another trivia contest in honor of our 100 year celebration! Try your best to answer the new question and if you answer correctly you’ll be entered into a drawing for a prize courtesy of the Clarion. The deadline to enter round three is 2/19/16. Round two’s winner was Stellan Roberts who along with three others who answered correctly was mentioned in a write up that announced the correct answer for our second trivia question. You can find the link for round three of the Clarion Trivia contest on our website clevelandclarion.com.

COLLEGE AND CAREER CENTER NEWS:
Cleveland will host the
 USA Gap Year Fair on Wednesday, 2/10, from 6-7:30 pm. This is a great opportunity for students to think about how to plan a Gap Year and visit with representatives from many Gap programs.

NW Youth Career Expo: Sign up today for the annual field trip to the NW Career Expo! The Expo is a massive event at the Oregon Convention center where you can explore hundreds of businesses and participate in hands-on activities. Find more information and pick up your field trip from in the SSC today!

Providence Career Highlights: Are you interested in a career in the medical field? Spend the day learning about different specialties and speaking with people in the medical field. Register NOW for one of the March Career Preview Days at Providence. Visit the CCC for more information.

ACTIVITIES:
Outdoor School informational meeting:
Calling all sophomores, juniors and seniors! 2/11 during lunch in room 320 (Schlichting). Come on in to learn about the upcoming spring session of Outdoor School! Find out how to sign up on line. Ask questions, get answers!

Animal Advocacy Club Valentine’s Day Bash. Everyone’s invited. Come check it out! Wednesday 2/10 room 329. Snacks provided! Make Valentines cards with us.

UPCOMING EVENTS:
2/9: Community Air Quality meeting-7 pm-Cafeteria
2/11: IB Extended Essay Showcase-7 pm-DATE CHANGE!!
2/10: Gap Year Fair-6 pm-Auditorium
2/12: Hall of Fame-7:15 pm
2/15: PRESIDENT’S DAY-NO SCHOOL
2/17: EARLY DISMISSAL-1:15 PM

2/17: PTA Meeting-6:30 pm-Library
2/26-27 & 3/3-3/4-DATE CHANGE!!: Spring Musical-Fiddler on the Roof

ATHLETICS:
Monday 2/8/16:

Boys Basketball JV2 @Sunset/7:30 pm

Tuesday 2/9/16:
Girls Basketball JV vs Grant@Home/5:45 pm
Girls Basketball Var vs Grant@Home/7:30 pm
Boys Basketball Frosh @Grant/4:15 pm/Release 2:30
Boys Basketball JV @Grant/5:45 pm/Release 2:30
Boys Basketball Var @Grant/7:30 pm

Wednesday 2/10/16:
Girls Basketball JV vs Benson@Home/4:00 pm
Girls Basketball Var vs Benson@Home/6:00 pm
Boys Basketball Frosh @Benson/5:45 pm/Release 2:45
Boys Basketball JV @Benson/4:15 pm/Release 2:45
Boys Basketball Var vs Benson@Home/7:30 pm

Friday 2/12/16:
Swimming Var PIL Districts@Dishman/6:00 pm
Girls Basketball JV vs Franklin@Home/4:15 pm
Girls Basketball Var vs Franklin@Home/6:00 pm
Boys Basketball Frosh vs Franklin@Eastmoreland Cts./4:00 pm/Release 2:15
Boys Basketball JV vs Franklin@Eastmoreland Cts./4:30 pm/Release 2:15
Boys Basketball Var vs Franklin@Home/7:30 pm
Wrestling Var PIL Districts@Marshall Campus/3:00 pm/Release 11:45

Saturday 2/13/16:
Wrestling Var PIL Districts@Marshall Campus/9:30 am
Swimming Var PIL Districts @Dishman/1:00 pm
Dance Var Tigard Competition@Tigard HS/11:30 am
Boys Basketball JV2 vs Grant@Home/12:00 pm

2/5/16 Friday Bulletin

by Michelle Orr

THIS WEEK:
Friday 2/5: A DAY/REGULAR

NEXT WEEK:
Monday 2/8: B DAY/REGULAR
Tuesday 2/9: A DAY/REGULAR
Wednesday 2/10: B DAY/REGULAR
Thursday 2/11: A DAY/FLEX
Friday 2/12: B DAY/FLEX

Please call the attendance line directly at 503-916-5126 to excuse or pre-excuse any absences, tardies or appointments. Thank you!

ALL SCHOOL:
Students, Staff and Parents, help us recognize our Counselors this week!!
Take a moment to recognize one of the amazing counselors here at Cleveland High School, Lori Butler, Neil Gibson, Heidi Tolentino, Jennifer Van Kopp, Nicholas Yoder and our career counselor, Heidi Sause! We are lucky to have such a wonderful bevy of counselors. You guys are the best! Thank you for all you do!!!

Yearbook sales have been extended through the 12th. The only way you are guaranteed a book is if you purchase one before the 12th. Get yours at yearbooksforever.com. If you have questions contact Mr. Levine.

Are you a senior interested in performing at commencement? Auditions for commencement entertainment will be held during lunch on 2/9 and 2/10. Pieces must be no longer than three minutes. You must audition with the same piece you will perform. All individuals performing must be seniors attending CHS.

 Would you and your family enjoy a vacation in Hawaii that is PAID for?  Airfare, hotel, car rental for 5 nights in Maui for four people!!  See Jan Watt, office 224, for raffle ticket—only $20.  This raffle is sponsored by the CHS Foundation and all proceeds are used for faculty and staff hiring!  Support a good cause and enjoy the sun in Hawaii!!

The Cleveland Clarion is proud to present another trivia contest in honor of our 100 year celebration! Try your best to answer the new question and if you answer correctly you’ll be entered into a drawing for a prize courtesy of the Clarion. The deadline to enter round three is 2/19/16. Round two’s winner was Stellan Roberts who along with three others who answered correctly was mentioned in a write up that announced the correct answer for our second trivia question. You can find the link for round three of the Clarion Trivia contest on our website clevelandclarion.com.

COLLEGE AND CAREER CENTER NEWS:
NW Youth Career Expo:
Sign up today for the annual field trip to the NW Career Expo! The Expo is a massive event at the Oregon Convention center where you can explore hundreds of businesses and participate in hands-on activities. Find more information and pick up your field trip from in the SSC today!

Providence Career Highlights: Are you interested in a career in the medical field? Spend the day learning about different specialties and speaking with people in the medical field. Register NOW for one of the March Career Preview Days at Providence. Visit the CCC for more information.

COLLEGE VISITS THIS WEEK IN THE CCC:
Friday 2/5 at 2 pm – Carleton 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.

UPCOMING EVENTS:
2/9: IB Extended Essay Showcase-7 pm
2/10: Gap Year Fair-6 pm-Auditorium
2/12: Hall of Fame-7:15 pm
2/15: PRESIDENT’S DAY-NO SCHOOL
2/17: EARLY DISMISSAL-1:15 PM

2/17: PTA Meeting-6:30 pm-Library
2/26-27 & 3/3-3/4-DATE CHANGE!!: Spring Musical-Fiddler on the Roof

ATHLETICS:
Friday 2/5/16:

Swimming JV PIL Districts@Dishman/6:00 pm
Wrestling Tournament@Clackamas/12:15 pm

Saturday 2/6/16:
Wrestling Tournament@Clackamas/6:30 am

Monday 2/8/16:
Boys Basketball JV2 @Sunset/7:30 pm

Tuesday 2/9/16:
Girls Basketball JV vs Grant@Home/5:45 pm
Girls Basketball Var vs Grant@Home/7:30 pm
Boys Basketball Frosh @Grant/4:15 pm/Release 2:30
Boys Basketball JV @Grant/5:45 pm/Release 2:30
Boys Basketball Var @Grant/7:30 pm

Wednesday 2/10/16:
Girls Basketball JV vs Benson@Home/4:00 pm
Girls Basketball Var vs Benson@Home/6:00 pm
Boys Basketball Frosh @Benson/5:45 pm/Release 2:45
Boys Basketball JV @Benson/4:15 pm/Release 2:45
Boys Basketball Var vs Benson@Home/7:30 pm

Friday 2/12/16:
Swimming Var PIL Districts@Dishman/6:00 pm
Girls Basketball JV vs Franklin@Home/4:15 pm
Girls Basketball Var vs Franklin@Home/6:00 pm
Boys Basketball Frosh vs Franklin@Eastmoreland Cts./4:00 pm/Release 2:15
Boys Basketball JV vs Franklin@Eastmoreland Cts./4:30 pm/Release 2:15
Boys Basketball Var vs Franklin@Home/7:30 pm
Wrestling Var PIL Districts@Marshall Campus/3:00 pm/Release 11:45

Saturday 2/13/16:
Wrestling Var PIL Districts@Marshall Campus/9:30 am
Swimming Var PIL Districts @Dishman/1:00 pm
Dance Var Tigard Competition@Tigard HS/11:30 am
Boys Basketball JV2 vs Grant@Home/12:00 pm

 

2/4/16 Thursday Bulletin

by Michelle Orr

THIS WEEK:
Thursday 2/4: B DAY/FLEX (Bridging the Gap)
Friday 2/5: A DAY/REGULAR

NEXT WEEK:
Monday 2/8: B DAY/REGULAR
Tuesday 2/9: A DAY/REGULAR
Wednesday 2/10: B DAY/REGULAR
Thursday 2/11: A DAY/FLEX
Friday 2/12: B DAY/FLEX

Please call the attendance line directly at 503-916-5126 to excuse or pre-excuse any absences, tardies or appointments. Thank you!

ALL SCHOOL:
Students, Staff and Parents, help us recognize our Counselors this week!!
Take a moment to recognize one of the amazing counselors here at Cleveland High School, Lori Butler, Neil Gibson, Heidi Tolentino, Jennifer Van Kopp, Nicholas Yoder and our career counselor, Heidi Sause! We are lucky to have such a wonderful bevy of counselors. You guys are the best! Thank you for all you do!!!

Would you and your family enjoy a vacation in Hawaii that is PAID for?  Airfare, hotel, car rental for 5 nights in Maui for four people!!  See Jan Watt, office 224, for raffle ticket—only $20.  This raffle is sponsored by the CHS Foundation and all proceeds are used for faculty and staff hiring!  Support a good cause and enjoy the sun in Hawaii!!

The Cleveland Clarion is proud to present another trivia contest in honor of our 100 year celebration! Try your best to answer the new question and if you answer correctly you’ll be entered into a drawing for a prize courtesy of the Clarion. The deadline to enter round three is 2/19/16. Round two’s winner was Stellan Roberts who along with three others who answered correctly was mentioned in a write up that announced the correct answer for our second trivia question. You can find the link for round three of the Clarion Trivia contest on our website clevelandclarion.com.

Come learn about the Extended Essay topics researched by our 2016 IB Diploma seniors. Topics vary from an examination of the mother archetype in Khaled Hosseini’s novels, to an exploration of Satanism and the stereotypes it engenders; a study of the ethical implications of the use of Performance Enhancing Drugs in the MLB, to the recovered art of Pompeii and what it reveals about the ancient Roman civilization.  There truly is something for everyone.  Choose 5 15-minute sessions to attend.  It is an inspirational evening celebrating the research of a dedicated group of young students.  This event begins at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, 2/9 in the CHS Auditorium. Please note that this event is mandatory for IB Juniors anticipating a full IB Diploma.

Attention all Russian Speaking Students: join us for the 20th annual Russian Leadership Conference at Clackamas Community College on 4/21.  See Ms. Goldbloom in room 311 for details.

COLLEGE AND CAREER CENTER NEWS:
NW Youth Career Expo:
Sign up today for the annual field trip to the NW Career Expo! The Expo is a massive event at the Oregon Convention center where you can explore hundreds of businesses and participate in hands-on activities. Find more information and pick up your field trip from in the SSC today!

Providence Career Highlights: Are you interested in a career in the medical field? Spend the day learning about different specialties and speaking with people in the medical field. Register NOW for one of the March Career Preview Days at Providence. Visit the CCC for more information.

Attention Job Seekers! Portland Parks and Recreation is hosting a job fair at Rice School from 3-7pm on Thursday, Feb. 4. Anyone age 15 and up is welcome to attend! Apply for summer jobs, participate in resume workshops and complete mock interviews – Don’t miss out!

COLLEGE VISITS THIS WEEK IN THE CCC:
Friday 2/5 at 2 pm – Carleton 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.

UPCOMING EVENTS:
2/4: Bridging the Gap 8th Grade Information Night-7 pm-Auditorium
2/9: IB Extended Essay Showcase-7 pm
2/10: Gap Year Fair-6 pm-Auditorium
2/12: Hall of Fame-7:15 pm
2/15: PRESIDENT’S DAY-NO SCHOOL
2/17: EARLY DISMISSAL-1:15 PM

2/17: PTA Meeting-6:30 pm-Library
2/26-27 & 3/3-3/4-DATE CHANGE!!: Spring Musical-Fiddler on the Roof

ATHLETICS:
Thursday 2/4/16:

Boys Basketball JV2 vs Lake Oswego@Eastmoreland Cts./2:45 pm/Release 2:30

Friday 2/5/16:
Swimming JV PIL Districts@Dishman/6:00 pm
Wrestling Tournament@Clackamas/12:15 pm

Saturday 2/6/16:
Wrestling Tournament@Clackamas/6:30 am

2/3/16 Wednesday Bulletin

by Michelle Orr

THIS WEEK:
Wednesday 2/3: A DAY/FLEX
Thursday 2/4: B DAY/FLEX (Bridging the Gap)
Friday 2/5: A DAY/REGULAR

NEXT WEEK:
Monday 2/8: B DAY/REGULAR
Tuesday 2/9: A DAY/REGULAR
Wednesday 2/10: B DAY/REGULAR
Thursday 2/11: A DAY/FLEX
Friday 2/12: B DAY/FLEX

Please call the attendance line directly at 503-916-5126 to excuse or pre-excuse any absences, tardies or appointments. Thank you!

ALL SCHOOL:
Students, Staff and Parents, help us recognize our Counselors this week!!
Take a moment to recognize one of the amazing counselors here at Cleveland High School, Lori Butler, Neil Gibson, Heidi Tolentino, Jennifer Van Kopp, Nicholas Yoder and our career counselor, Heidi Sause! We are lucky to have such a wonderful bevy of counselors. You guys are the best! Thank you for all you do!!!

Would you and your family enjoy a vacation in Hawaii that is PAID for?  Airfare, hotel, car rental for 5 nights in Maui for four people!!  See Jan Watt, office 224, for raffle ticket—only $20.  This raffle is sponsored by the CHS Foundation and all proceeds are used for faculty and staff hiring!  Support a good cause and enjoy the sun in Hawaii!!

Come learn about the Extended Essay topics researched by our 2016 IB Diploma seniors. Topics vary from an examination of the mother archetype in Khaled Hosseini’s novels, to an exploration of Satanism and the stereotypes it engenders; a study of the ethical implications of the use of Performance Enhancing Drugs in the MLB, to the recovered art of Pompeii and what it reveals about the ancient Roman civilization.  There truly is something for everyone.  Choose 5 15-minute sessions to attend.  It is an inspirational evening celebrating the research of a dedicated group of young students.  This event begins at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, 2/9 in the CHS Auditorium. Please note that this event is mandatory for IB Juniors anticipating a full IB Diploma.

Host a Chinese Exchange Student! February 14-19, students and teachers from our sister school, Suzhou No. 1, are coming to visit our school. We are looking for 18 home stay families. This will be a great opportunity for you and your children to learn about Chinese culture or to pick up some Chinese language. If you are interested in hosting an exchange student/teacher from China please contact Mandarin teacher Ms. Yan at nyang@pps.net (Room 315)

Do you love to learn about other cultures? If so, we have a great opportunity for you and your family! Cleveland high school cultural exchange program provides students with a study experience to visit our sister school in Suzhou China. This will be an exciting and memorable trip. Students get to experience 2 weeks in China learning about Chinese culture and language. Students will live with their host families and travel to different tourist cities to discover China’s unique history and culture. If you are interested in joining us for our spring trip (late April) this year please contact Mandarin Chinese teacher Ms. Yang at nyang@pps.net (Room 315)

Attention all Russian Speaking Students: join us for the 20th annual Russian Leadership Conference at Clackamas Community College on 4/21.  See Ms. Goldbloom in room 311 for details.

COLLEGE AND CAREER CENTER NEWS:
Wednesday F L E X Workshop
On Wednesday, February 3rd we’ll hear two presentations
detailing excellent career options/programs. Please join us in the CCC starting at 2:20 pm.

  • Jon Conway, ship captain and American Maritime Officer will discuss the Engineering Merchant Marine TECH Program. This is a 30 month program of combined classroom time and time onboard vessels to prepare the student to take a merchant mariner Third Engineers license exam. http://www.amo-union.org/documents/TECH-Program.pdf
  • Interested in becoming a licensed Journeyman in the electrical industry? Bridget Quinn from NECA-IBEW Electrical Training Center will be in presenting information about their apprenticeship programs. Apprentices are prepared through classroom instruction and on-the-job training. Programs provide the apprentice with requirements needed to qualify for the Oregon State Journeyman license exam. http://www.nietc.org/applications.html

The box-o-scholarships has returned to the CCC. This is a duplication of the box the SSC has, featuring local and regional scholarships. Find the box on the scholarship search table. Check back often, we add new scholarships as we get them!

Cleveland will host the USA Gap Year Fair on Wednesday, 2/10, from 6-7:30 pm. This is a great opportunity for students to think about how to plan a Gap Year and visit with representatives from many Gap programs.

Attention Job Seekers! Portland Parks and Recreation is hosting a job fair at Rice School from 3-7pm on Thursday, Feb. 4. Anyone age 15 and up is welcome to attend! Apply for summer jobs, participate in resume workshops and complete mock interviews – Don’t miss out!

COLLEGE VISITS THIS WEEK IN THE CCC:
Friday 2/5 at 2 pm – Carleton 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:
SAFER
-Come talk about the basics of body positivity today at lunch in Ms. Chapman Room 381 at lunch! We will discuss what body positivity is, what can look like and how this fits in with other topics SAFER talks about! Hope to see y’all there!!

Girls’ golf meeting for all girls interested in golfing and having a great time this spring: meet in the upper weight room for the first 15 minutes of lunch this Wednesday, 2/3.  Bring a friend along!  Beginners welcome!

Animal Advocacy Club meets every Wednesday at lunch in room 329. Important meeting February 3rd to plan next week!

All Freshmen who are interested in joining CHS Track and Field are invited to attend an informational meeting on Wednesday, February 3rd during lunch in room 115 (Nims’ room)

UPCOMING EVENTS:
2/4: Bridging the Gap 8th Grade Information Night-7 pm-Auditorium
2/9: IB Extended Essay Showcase-7 pm
2/10: Gap Year Fair-6 pm-Auditorium
2/12: Hall of Fame-7:15 pm
2/15: PRESIDENT’S DAY-NO SCHOOL
2/17: EARLY DISMISSAL-1:15 PM

2/17: PTA Meeting-6:30 pm-Library
2/26-27 & 3/3-3/4-DATE CHANGE!!: Spring Musical-Fiddler on the Roof

ATHLETICS:
Wednesday 2/3/16:

Wrestling vs Wilson@Home/6:30/7:30 pm

Thursday 2/4/16:
Boys Basketball JV2 vs Lake Oswego@Eastmoreland Cts./2:45 pm/Release 2:30

Friday 2/5/16:
Swimming JV PIL Districts@Dishman/6:00 pm
Wrestling Tournament@Clackamas/12:15 pm

Saturday 2/6/16:
Wrestling Tournament@Clackamas/6:30 am

2/2/16 Tuesday Bulletin

by Michelle Orr

THIS WEEK:
Tuesday 2/2: B DAY/REGULAR
Wednesday 2/3: A DAY/FLEX
Thursday 2/4: B DAY/FLEX (Bridging the Gap)
Friday 2/5: A DAY/REGULAR

NEXT WEEK:
Monday 2/8: B DAY/REGULAR
Tuesday 2/9: a DAY/REGULAR
Wednesday 2/10: B DAY/REGULAR
Thursday 2/11: A DAY/FLEX
Friday 2/12: B DAY/FLEX

ALL SCHOOL:
Come learn about the Extended Essay topics researched by our 2016 IB Diploma seniors. Topics vary from an examination of the mother archetype in Khaled Hosseini’s novels, to an exploration of Satanism and the stereotypes it engenders; a study of the ethical implications of the use of Performance Enhancing Drugs in the MLB, to the recovered art of Pompeii and what it reveals about the ancient Roman civilization.  There truly is something for everyone.  Choose 5 15-minute sessions to attend.  It is an inspirational evening celebrating the research of a dedicated group of young students.  This event begins at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, 2/9 in the CHS Auditorium. Please note that this event is mandatory for IB Juniors anticipating a full IB Diploma.

Host a Chinese Exchange Student! February 14-19, students and teachers from our sister school, Suzhou No. 1, are coming to visit our school. We are looking for 18 home stay families. This will be a great opportunity for you and your children to learn about Chinese culture or to pick up some Chinese language. If you are interested in hosting an exchange student/teacher from China please contact Mandarin teacher Ms. Yan at nyang@pps.net (Room 315)

Do you love to learn about other cultures? If so, we have a great opportunity for you and your family! Cleveland high school cultural exchange program provides students with a study experience to visit our sister school in Suzhou China. This will be an exciting and memorable trip. Students get to experience 2 weeks in China learning about Chinese culture and language. Students will live with their host families and travel to different tourist cities to discover China’s unique history and culture. If you are interested in joining us for our spring trip (late April) this year please contact Mandarin Chinese teacher Ms. Yang at nyang@pps.net (Room 315)

Attention all Russian Speaking Students: join us for the 20th annual Russian Leadership Conference at Clackamas Community College on 4/21.  See Ms. Goldbloom in room 311 for details.

COLLEGE AND CAREER CENTER NEWS:
Wednesday F L E X Workshop
On Wednesday, February 3rd we’ll hear two presentations
detailing excellent career options/programs. Please join us in the CCC starting at 2:20 pm.

  • Jon Conway, ship captain and American Maritime Officer will discuss the Engineering Merchant Marine TECH Program. This is a 30 month program of combined classroom time and time onboard vessels to prepare the student to take a merchant mariner Third Engineers license exam. http://www.amo-union.org/documents/TECH-Program.pdf
  • Interested in becoming a licensed Journeyman in the electrical industry? Bridget Quinn from NECA-IBEW Electrical Training Center will be in presenting information about their apprenticeship programs. Apprentices are prepared through classroom instruction and on-the-job training. Programs provide the apprentice with requirements needed to qualify for the Oregon State Journeyman license exam. http://www.nietc.org/applications.html

The box-o-scholarships has returned to the CCC. This is a duplication of the box the SSC has, featuring local and regional scholarships. Find the box on the scholarship search table. Check back often, we add new scholarships as we get them!

Cleveland will host the USA Gap Year Fair on Wednesday, 2/10, from 6-7:30 pm. This is a great opportunity for students to think about how to plan a Gap Year and visit with representatives from many Gap programs.

Attention Job Seekers! Portland Parks and Recreation is hosting a job fair at Rice School from 3-7pm on Thursday, Feb. 4. Anyone age 15 and up is welcome to attend! Apply for summer jobs, participate in resume workshops and complete mock interviews – Don’t miss out!

COLLEGE VISITS THIS WEEK IN THE CCC:
Friday 2/5 at 2 pm – Carleton 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:
Girls’ golf meeting for all girls interested in golfing and having a great time this spring
: meet in the upper weight room for the first 15 minutes of lunch this Wednesday, 2/3.  Bring a friend along!  Beginners welcome!

The Wellbeing Club will be having their picture taken for the yearbook this Tuesday 2/2! So come join! Tuesday at lunch in room 381. PS Live in the moment and love yourself!

Animal Advocacy Club meets every Wednesday at lunch in room 329. Important meeting February 3rd to plan next week!

All Freshmen who are interested in joining CHS Track and Field are invited to attend an informational meeting on Wednesday, February 3rd during lunch in room 115 (Nims’ room)

UPCOMING EVENTS:
2/2: Future Warriors Concert-7 pm-Auditorium
2/4: Bridging the Gap 8th Grade Information Night-7 pm-Auditorium
2/9: IB Extended Essay Showcase-7 pm
2/10: Gap Year Fair-6 pm-Auditorium
2/12: Hall of Fame-7:15 pm
2/15: PRESIDENT’S DAY-NO SCHOOL
2/17: EARLY DISMISSAL-1:15 PM

2/17: PTA Meeting-6:30 pm-Library
2/26-27 & 3/3-3/4-DATE CHANGE!!: Spring Musical-Fiddler on the Roof

ATHLETICS:
Tuesday 2/2/16:

Girls Basketball JV vs Lincoln@Home/5:45 pm
Girls Basketball Var vs Lincoln@Home/7:30 pm
Boys Basketball Frosh @Lincoln/4:15 pm/Release 2:30
Boys Basketball JV @Lincoln/5:45 pm/Release 2:30
Boys Basketball Var @Lincoln/7:30 pm

Wednesday 2/3/16:
Wrestling vs Wilson@Home/6:30/7:30 pm

Thursday 2/4/16:
Boys Basketball JV2 vs Lake Oswego@Eastmoreland Cts./2:45 pm/Release 2:30

Friday 2/5/16:
Swimming JV PIL Districts@Dishman/6:00 pm
Wrestling Tournament@Clackamas/12:15 pm

Saturday 2/6/16:
Wrestling Tournament@Clackamas/6:30 am

2/1/26 Monday Bulletin

by Michelle Orr

THIS WEEK:
Monday 2/1: A DAY/REGULAR
Tuesday 2/2: B DAY/REGULAR
Wednesday 2/3: A DAY/FLEX
Thursday 2/4: B DAY/FLEX (Bridging the Gap)
Friday 2/5: A DAY/REGULAR

NEXT WEEK:
Monday 2/8: B DAY/REGULAR
Tuesday 2/9: a DAY/REGULAR
Wednesday 2/10: B DAY/REGULAR
Thursday 2/11: A DAY/FLEX
Friday 2/12: B DAY/FLEX

ALL SCHOOL:
Come learn about the Extended Essay topics researched by our 2016 IB Diploma seniors. Topics vary from an examination of the mother archetype in Khaled Hosseini’s novels, to an exploration of Satanism and the stereotypes it engenders; a study of the ethical implications of the use of Performance Enhancing Drugs in the MLB, to the recovered art of Pompeii and what it reveals about the ancient Roman civilization.  There truly is something for everyone.  Choose 5 15-minute sessions to attend.  It is an inspirational evening celebrating the research of a dedicated group of young students.  This event begins at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, 2/9 in the CHS Auditorium. Please note that this event is mandatory for IB Juniors anticipating a full IB Diploma.

Night School will be holding mobile registration in the SSC on Tuesday 2/2 during LUNCH. Students can bring money to pay the registration fee along with the sign-up sheet from their counselor and save a trip to Benson for the registration process!

Are you a senior interested in performing at commencement? Auditions for commencement entertainment will be held during lunch on 2/9 and 2/10. Pieces must be no longer than three minutes. You must audition with the same piece you will perform. All individuals performing must be seniors attending CHS.

Host a Chinese Exchange Student! February 14-19, students and teachers from our sister school, Suzhou No. 1, are coming to visit our school. We are looking for 18 home stay families. This will be a great opportunity for you and your children to learn about Chinese culture or to pick up some Chinese language. If you are interested in hosting an exchange student/teacher from China please contact Mandarin teacher Ms. Yan at nyang@pps.net (Room 315)

Do you love to learn about other cultures? If so, we have a great opportunity for you and your family! Cleveland high school cultural exchange program provides students with a study experience to visit our sister school in Suzhou China. This will be an exciting and memorable trip. Students get to experience 2 weeks in China learning about Chinese culture and language. Students will live with their host families and travel to different tourist cities to discover China’s unique history and culture. If you are interested in joining us for our spring trip (late April) this year please contact Mandarin Chinese teacher Ms. Yang at nyang@pps.net (Room 315)

Attention all Russian Speaking Students: join us for the 20th annual Russian Leadership Conference at Clackamas Community College on 4/21.  See Ms. Goldbloom in room 311 for details.

COLLEGE AND CAREER CENTER NEWS:
Wednesday F L E X Workshop
On Wednesday, February 3rd we’ll hear two presentations
detailing excellent career options/programs. Please join us in the CCC starting at 2:20 pm.

  • Jon Conway, ship captain and American Maritime Officer will discuss the Engineering Merchant Marine TECH Program. This is a 30 month program of combined classroom time and time onboard vessels to prepare the student to take a merchant mariner Third Engineers license exam. http://www.amo-union.org/documents/TECH-Program.pdf
  • Interested in becoming a licensed Journeyman in the electrical industry? Bridget Quinn from NECA-IBEW Electrical Training Center will be in presenting information about their apprenticeship programs. Apprentices are prepared through classroom instruction and on-the-job training. Programs provide the apprentice with requirements needed to qualify for the Oregon State Journeyman license exam. http://www.nietc.org/applications.html

The box-o-scholarships has returned to the CCC. This is a duplication of the box the SSC has, featuring local and regional scholarships. Find the box on the scholarship search table. Check back often, we add new scholarships as we get them!

Cleveland will host the USA Gap Year Fair on Wednesday, 2/10, from 6-7:30 pm. This is a great opportunity for students to think about how to plan a Gap Year and visit with representatives from many Gap programs.

ACTIVITIES:
Girls’ golf meeting for all girls interested in golfing and having a great time this spring
: meet in the upper weight room for the first 15 minutes of lunch this Wednesday, 2/3.  Bring a friend along!  Beginners welcome!

Animal Advocacy Club meets every Wednesday at lunch in room 329. Join us to discuss topics including animal agriculture and outreach.

All Freshmen who are interested in joining CHS Track and Field are invited to attend an informational meeting on Wednesday, February 3rd during lunch in room 115 (Nims’ room)

PROJECT OPTIONS IS BACK!  Interested to know what is going on at your school?  Find out the answer to this question and give us your opinion! Project Options is here during lunch Mondays and Wednesdays in Room 277.  Come hang out, eat pizza, and get a free gift card.  Be sure to tell all your friends!

UPCOMING EVENTS:
2/2: Future Warriors Concert-7 pm-Auditorium
2/4: Bridging the Gap 8th Grade Information Night-7 pm-Auditorium
2/9: IB Extended Essay Showcase-7 pm
2/10: Gap Year Fair-6 pm-Auditorium
2/12: Hall of Fame-7:15 pm
2/15: PRESIDENT’S DAY-NO SCHOOL
2/17: EARLY DISMISSAL-1:15 PM

2/17: PTA Meeting-6:30 pm-Library
2/26-27 & 3/3-3/4-DATE CHANGE!!: Spring Musical-Fiddler on the Roof

ATHLETICS:
Monday 2/1/16:

Wrestling Frosh PIL Districts@Benson/4:00 pm/Release 2:15
Boys Basketball JV2 vs Sheldon@Eastmoreland Cts./3:45 pm/Release 2:30

Tuesday 2/2/16:
Girls Basketball JV vs Lincoln@Home/5:45 pm
Girls Basketball Var vs Lincoln@Home/7:30 pm
Boys Basketball Frosh @Lincoln/4:15 pm/Release 2:30
Boys Basketball JV @Lincoln/5:45 pm/Release 2:30
Boys Basketball Var @Lincoln/7:30 pm

Wednesday 2/3/16:
Wrestling vs Wilson@Home/6:30/7:30 pm

Thursday 2/4/16:
Boys Basketball JV2 vs Lake Oswego@Eastmoreland Cts./2:45 pm/Release 2:30

Friday 2/5/16:
Swimming JV PIL Districts@Dishman/6:00 pm
Wrestling Tournament@Clackamas/12:15 pm

Saturday 2/6/16:
Wrestling Tournament@Clackamas/6:30 am

1/29/16 Friday Bulletin

by Michelle Orr

THIS WEEK:
Friday 1/29: B DAY/REGULAR

NEXT WEEK:
Monday 2/1: A DAY/REGULAR
Tuesday 2/2: B DAY/REGULAR
Wednesday 2/3: A DAY/FLEX
Thursday 2/4: B DAY/FLEX (Bridging the Gap)
Friday 2/5: A DAY/REGULAR

ALL SCHOOL:
Pink Out at girls’ basketball game tonight,
7:30pm against Roosevelt. Wear pink and support Breast Cancer Awareness.

Students are not welcome and should not be visiting any of the local middle schools unless you are picking up a sibling.  Even if a former teacher says it’s ok to stop by, don’t.  Teachers are wonderful people and will not tell you to go away.  We do not want middle school students here at CHS during the school day; they really don’t want you hanging out there.  If you do not have direct business with the school, you may be trespassed.   You are in high school now, don’t go back.  Thanks for your cooperation!

Night School will be holding mobile registration in the SSC on Tuesday 2/2 during LUNCH. Students can bring money to pay the registration fee along with the sign-up sheet from their counselor and save a trip to Benson for the registration process!

Are you a senior interested in performing at commencement? Auditions for commencement entertainment will be held during lunch on 2/9 and 2/10. Pieces must be no longer than three minutes. You must audition with the same piece you will perform. All individuals performing must be seniors attending CHS.

Host a Chinese Exchange Student! February 14-19, students and teachers from our sister school, Suzhou No. 1, are coming to visit our school. We are looking for 18 home stay families. This will be a great opportunity for you and your children to learn about Chinese culture or to pick up some Chinese language. If you are interested in hosting an exchange student/teacher from China please contact Mandarin teacher Ms. Yan at nyang@pps.net (Room 315)

Do you love to learn about other cultures? If so, we have a great opportunity for you and your family! Cleveland high school cultural exchange program provides students with a study experience to visit our sister school in Suzhou China. This will be an exciting and memorable trip. Students get to experience 2 weeks in China learning about Chinese culture and language. Students will live with their host families and travel to different tourist cities to discover China’s unique history and culture. If you are interested in joining us for our spring trip (late April) this year please contact Mandarin Chinese teacher Ms. Yang at nyang@pps.net (Room 315)

Attention all Latino/a students:  The 26th annual Cesar Chavez Leadership Conference is around the corner.  It’s a chance to visit Western Oregon University, attend cool workshops and learn about college and work opportunities.  Plus, it’s free! You need to sign up today (Friday Jan. 29th) if you want to attend.  Please come to a lunch time meeting today 1/29 in room 132 (the door to this classroom is in the NE corner of the cafeteria) to learn more about it and to register.

Attention all Russian Speaking Students: join us for the 20th annual Russian Leadership Conference at Clackamas Community College on 4/21.  See Ms. Goldbloom in room 311 for details.

COLLEGE AND CAREER CENTER NEWS:
Wednesday F L E X Workshop
On Wednesday, February 3rd we’ll hear two presentations
detailing excellent career options/programs. Please join us in the CCC starting at 2:20 pm.

  • Jon Conway, ship captain and American Maritime Officer will discuss the Engineering Merchant Marine TECH Program. This is a 30 month program of combined classroom time and time onboard vessels to prepare the student to take a merchant mariner Third Engineers license exam. http://www.amo-union.org/documents/TECH-Program.pdf
  • Interested in becoming a licensed Journeyman in the electrical industry? Bridget Quinn from NECA-IBEW Electrical Training Center will be in presenting information about their apprenticeship programs. Apprentices are prepared through classroom instruction and on-the-job training. Programs provide the apprentice with requirements needed to qualify for the Oregon State Journeyman license exam. http://www.nietc.org/applications.html

The box-o-scholarships has returned to the CCC. This is a duplication of the box the SSC has, featuring local and regional scholarships. Find the box on the scholarship search table. Check back often, we add new scholarships as we get them!

Cleveland will host the USA Gap Year Fair on Wednesday, 2/10, from 6-7:30 pm. This is a great opportunity for students to think about how to plan a Gap Year and visit with representatives from many Gap programs.

Sophomore and Junior students interested in a career in Engineering: Spend a day exploring engineering, technology and design by participating in engineering-oriented field trips, exhibit hall, and dinner banquet.  Local engineers host students at the banquet and share their engineering experiences 1-on-1.  Wednesday, 2-25 (B-day flex) from 12:30-8:30 pm, at the Double Tree Hotel, Lloyd Center. Sign up in the CCC, room 213. First come first served, for sophomores and juniors.  Only 10 spots available.  Check out http://www.oregonengineersweek.org for all the details.

ACTIVITIES:
Come to the CHS Mall for a partner’s Super Smash Bros. tournament
starting 2/3 during flex time. Entry fee is $8 per team. Sign up in the Mall before we run out of space!

Animal Advocacy Club meets every Wednesday at lunch in room 329. Join us to discuss topics including animal agriculture and outreach.

All Freshmen who are interested in joining CHS Track and Field are invited to attend an informational meeting on Wednesday, February 3rd during lunch in room 115 (Nims’ room)

PROJECT OPTIONS IS BACK!  Interested to know what is going on at your school?  Find out the answer to this question and give us your opinion! Project Options is here during lunch Mondays and Wednesdays in Room 277.  Come hang out, eat pizza, and get a free gift card.  Be sure to tell all your friends!

UPCOMING EVENTS:
2/2: Future Warriors Concert-7 pm-Auditorium
2/4: Bridging the Gap 8th Grade Information Night-7 pm-Auditorium
2/9: IB Extended Essay Showcase-7 pm
2/10: Gap Year Fair-6 pm-Auditorium
2/12: Hall of Fame-7:15 pm
2/15: PRESIDENT’S DAY-NO SCHOOL
2/17: EARLY DISMISSAL-1:15 PM

2/17: PTA Meeting-6:30 pm-Library
2/26-27 & 3/3-3/4-DATE CHANGE!!: Spring Musical-Fiddler on the Roof

ATHLETICS:
Friday 1/28/16:

Girls Basketball JV vs Roosevelt@Home/5:45 pm
Girls Basketball Var vs Roosevelt@Home/7:30 pm
Swimming vs Wilson@Dishman/6:00 pm
Boys Basketball Frosh vs Roosevelt@Jefferson/4:15 pm/Release 2:30
Boys Basketball JV vs Roosevelt@Jefferson/5:45 pm/Release 2:30
Boys Basketball Var vs Roosevelt@Jefferson/7:30 pm

Saturday 1/29/16:
Boys Basketball JV2 vs Central Catholic@Home/12:00 pm
Wrestling @Hood River/12:00 pm

Monday 2/1/16:
Wrestling Frosh PIL Districts@Benson/4:00 pm/Release 2:15
Boys Basketball JV2 vs Sheldon@Eastmoreland Cts./3:45 pm/Release 2:30

Tuesday 2/2/16:
Girls Basketball JV vs Lincoln@Home/5:45 pm
Girls Basketball Var vs Lincoln@Home/7:30 pm
Boys Basketball Frosh @Lincoln/4:15 pm/Release 2:30
Boys Basketball JV @Lincoln/5:45 pm/Release 2:30
Boys Basketball Var @Lincoln/7:30 pm

Wednesday 2/3/16:
Wrestling vs Wilson@Home/6:30/7:30 pm

Thursday 2/4/16:
Boys Basketball JV2 vs Lake Oswego@Eastmoreland Cts./2:45 pm/Release 2:30

Friday 2/5/16:
Swimming JV PIL Districts@Dishman/6:00 pm
Wrestling Tournament@Clackamas/12:15 pm

Saturday 2/6/16:
Wrestling Tournament@Clackamas/6:30 am

 

1/28/16 Thursday Bulletin

by Michelle Orr

THIS WEEK:
Thursday 1/28: A DAY/REGULAR
Friday 1/29: B DAY/REGULAR

NEXT WEEK:
Monday 2/1: A DAY/REGULAR
Tuesday 2/2: B DAY/REGULAR
Wednesday 2/3: A DAY/FLEX
Thursday 2/4: B DAY/FLEX (Bridging the Gap)
Friday 2/5: A DAY/REGULAR

ALL SCHOOL:
Students are not welcome and should not be visiting any of the local middle schools unless you are picking up a sibling. 
Even if a former teacher says it’s ok to stop by, don’t.  Teachers are wonderful people and will not tell you to go away.  We do not want middle school students here at CHS during the school day; they really don’t want you hanging out there.  If you do not have direct business with the school, you may be trespassed.   You are in high school now, don’t go back.  Thanks for your cooperation!

Spring semester Night School registration is starting now! Students should see their counselor to sign up ASAP.

Are you a senior interested in performing at commencement? Auditions for commencement entertainment will be held during lunch on 2/9 and 2/10. Pieces must be no longer than three minutes. You must audition with the same piece you will perform. All individuals performing must be seniors attending CHS.

Cleveland’s Company of Warriors will be performing the annual Senior One Acts at 7 pm on Friday 1/22, Saturday 1/23 and Friday-Saturday 1/29-1/30. Please come and enjoy. $5 suggested donation at the door.

SAVE THE DATE for the Extended Essay Senior Showcase on Tuesday, February 9th beginning at 7 p.m. in the CHS Auditorium – just two weeks away! Learn about the research of our 2016 IB Diploma seniors. Topics vary from Harry Potter through a feminist lens, to the mathematical intricacies of gaming; a psychological examination of introversion and extroversion, to a scientific exploration of saddle fit on horses.  There is a topic to interest everyone.  Choose 5 15-minute sessions to attend.

COLLEGE AND CAREER CENTER NEWS:
Wednesday F L E X Workshop
On Wednesday, February 3rd we’ll hear two presentations
detailing excellent career options/programs. Please join us in the CCC starting at 2:20 pm.

  • Jon Conway, ship captain and American Maritime Officer will discuss the Engineering Merchant Marine TECH Program. This is a 30 month program of combined classroom time and time onboard vessels to prepare the student to take a merchant mariner Third Engineers license exam. http://www.amo-union.org/documents/TECH-Program.pdf
  • Interested in becoming a licensed Journeyman in the electrical industry? Bridget Quinn from NECA-IBEW Electrical Training Center will be in presenting information about their apprenticeship programs. Apprentices are prepared through classroom instruction and on-the-job training. Programs provide the apprentice with requirements needed to qualify for the Oregon State Journeyman license exam. http://www.nietc.org/applications.html

The box-o-scholarships has returned to the CCC. This is a duplication of the box the SSC has, featuring local and regional scholarships. Find the box on the scholarship search table. Check back often, we add new scholarships as we get them!

Cleveland will host the USA Gap Year Fair on Wednesday, 2/10, from 6-7:30 pm. This is a great opportunity for students to think about how to plan a Gap Year and visit with representatives from many Gap programs.

Sophomore and Junior students interested in a career in Engineering: Spend a day exploring engineering, technology and design by participating in engineering-oriented field trips, exhibit hall, and dinner banquet.  Local engineers host students at the banquet and share their engineering experiences 1-on-1.  Wednesday, 2-25 (B-day flex) from 12:30-8:30 pm, at the Double Tree Hotel, Lloyd Center. Sign up in the CCC, room 213. First come first served, for sophomores and juniors.  Only 10 spots available.  Check out http://www.oregonengineersweek.org for all the details.

ACTIVITIES:
Come to the CHS Mall for a partner’s Super Smash Bros. tournament
starting 2/3 during flex time. Entry fee is $8 per team. Sign up in the Mall before we run out of space!

Animal Advocacy Club meets every Wednesday at lunch in room 329. Join us to discuss topics including animal agriculture and outreach.

All Freshmen who are interested in joining CHS Track and Field are invited to attend an informational meeting on Wednesday, February 3rd during lunch in room 115 (Nims’ room)

PROJECT OPTIONS IS BACK!  Interested to know what is going on at your school?  Find out the answer to this question and give us your opinion! Project Options is here during lunch Mondays and Wednesdays in Room 277.  Come hang out, eat pizza, and get a free gift card.  Be sure to tell all your friends!

UPCOMING EVENTS:
1/22-23; 1/29-30: The Groundling Festival-7 pm-Auditorium
2/2: Future Warriors Concert-7 pm-Auditorium
2/4: Bridging the Gap 8th Grade Information Night-7 pm-Auditorium
2/9: IB Extended Essay Showcase-7 pm
2/10: Gap Year Fair-6 pm-Auditorium
2/12: Hall of Fame-7:15 pm
2/15: PRESIDENT’S DAY-NO SCHOOL
2/17: EARLY DISMISSAL-1:15 PM

2/17: PTA Meeting-6:30 pm-Library
2/26-27 & 3/3-3/4-DATE CHANGE!!: Spring Musical-Fiddler on the Roof

ATHLETICS:
Friday 1/28/16:

Girls Basketball JV vs Roosevelt@Home/5:45 pm
Girls Basketball Var vs Roosevelt@Home/7:30 pm
Swimming vs Wilson@Dishman/6:00 pm
Boys Basketball Frosh vs Roosevelt@Jefferson/4:15 pm/Release 2:30
Boys Basketball JV vs Roosevelt@Jefferson/5:45 pm/Release 2:30
Boys Basketball Var vs Roosevelt@Jefferson/7:30 pm

Saturday 1/29/16:
Boys Basketball JV2 vs Central Catholic@Home/12:00 pm
Wrestling @Hood River/12:00 pm

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