Wednesday, February 4, 2009

MHS Bulletin

Patriotism belongs to the men and women who are the conscience of a nation.
- Guy D. Goff

Friday, January 30
€ PAC ­ MCHS production 7pm (Sat 7pm/Sun 2pm)
€ Varsity Basketball vs. Leggett HOME 5/6:30

Saturday, January 31
€ MCHS Play Production PAC 7pm (Sun. 2pm)

Monday, February 2
€ JOIN the knitting group! Monday12:15-12:45 in the library.
€ Spring sport practice begins ­ sign up in the office

Tuesday, February 3
€ Improv Club rehearsal 3:40-5:30 PAC
€ Basketball HOME vs. Round Val Exc JVG 2:30 3:30/5/6:30/8

Wednesday, February 4
€ Staff Meeting 3PM, Room 10
€ Poetry Out Loud ­ PAC Tutorial

Thursday, February 5
€ Improv Club rehearsal 3:40-5:30 PAC
€ MCHS field trip to San Francisco

Friday, February 6
€ Interested students & staff please join MCDHospital rep in theatre during
advisory for presentation/information on staph infections.
€ Basketball AT Potter Valley 3:30/5/6:30/8
€ MCHS field trip to San Francisco

Saturday, February 7
€ ACT at Point Arena

Monday, February 9
€ JOIN a knitting group! Monday12:15-12:45 in the library.
€ Club Cardinal meeting, 6:30, Library
€ Improv Club rehearsal 3:35-5:30 PAC

Tuesday, February 10
€ Improv Club rehearsal 3:40-5:30 PAC
€ Varsity Basketball AT Geyserville 5:30/7 Exc 1:45, Lv 2
€ Registration Deadline 3/14 SAT

February 2009
11, 12 Improv Club Performances-PAC 7pm $5/$3
24 3rd Quarter Deficiency Notices Due
27 Registration Deadline 4/4 ACT PAHS
28-3/1 Model UN Conf. Berkeley

New website:

Poetry Out Loud National Recitation Contest school finals. Hear great poems
performed by Mendocino High and Community High School students Wednesday
February 4, Advisory, 10am-10:48am, Matheson Performing Arts Theatre.

February 6, during advisory € Interested students & staff please join
MCDHospital rep in theatre for presentation/information on staph infections.

When recycling, please REMEMBER to remove bottle caps, leave no liquid and
do not put any food in bins. It will not be picked up.

The Mendocino Community High School presents ³Sylvia,² a play about a dog, a
man, and his wife. Directed by Senior Laurel Livezey, this pedigreed play
centers around the stray dog that Greg found while trying to avoid work.
Immediately, he grows attached to the feisty and loud mutt, while his wife,
Kate, does just the opposite. As Greg falls head over heels for Sylvia, Kate
watches her perfectly organized life and suitable marriage slowly unravel.
One word of caution. Although a delightful and light comedy, Sylvia isn¹t
the best for young children. But, four letter words aside, this reading is
energetic and full of physical comedy. It runs on January 23, 24, 30, and 31
at 7:00 PM, and January 25 and February 1 at 2:00 PM. It will be performed
at the Matheson Performing Arts Center, and there is a $5 suggested
donation. For more information, call Kamala at 937-0138.

AE Week at the Art Center - $100 suggested contribution:
January $25 February $25 March $25 April 1 $25
(only 2 spaces left in ceramics & 2 in blacksmithingŠ)

College/Career/Scholarship Information

ADVANCE PLACEMENT EXAMS for interested and qualified students are given in
May. Doing well on these exams can save $ on college classes. Pick up a
Student & Parent Bulletin from your teacher or the office. See Barb in the
office to order your exam(s). Deadline is March 27. Fee reductions may be

See Noah in the Career Center if you have any questions on the following:

MARK YOUR CALENDAR: Wednesday, March 18 students and parents invited to an
evening of job and career information at College of the Redwoods, Fort
Bragg. Info 964-9000

Scholarship: Body by Milk and the USA Today's Sammy 2009 Award Program
Amount: 25 - $7500 scholarships
Go to <>

Bamboo Garden School of Massage's Health and Wellness
Amount: $1,000 towards one of their massage programs
Contact: Autumn Stuckey @ 962-0781 or see Noah
Deadline: 3/31/09
Award: Diller Teen Tikkun Olam Awards 2009
Amount: $36,000
Contact: Nomination forms are available at
or call 415-512-6432 Deadline: 02/17/09

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