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CLARK MAGNET HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN

March 8, 2017

Café:  Wednesday – Asian Bar-Mandarin Orange chicken, teriyaki chicken, or teriyaki beef dunkers with w/g Chow Mein or Brown rice.  Meatball & cheese sandwich, beef BBQ rib on w/g Hoagie or turkey corn dog.  BBQ Grill specials:  Grilled chicken burger or grilled veggie burger or Louisiana Hot Link – all served with baked chips.  Served Daily: Vegetarian plate, hamburger/cheese burger, pizza, sandwiches and lavash wrap.  Come to the lunch lines, Window 3,  from 7:30 AM – 7:55 AM if you have questions about your account or to have breakfast. Kale soup will be served Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays!

Patriotic Quote:  Every generation imagines itself to be more intelligent than the one that went before it, and wiser than the one that comes after it.”                                            ~George Orwell

If you are taking an AP Exam, check the windows in the Main Office TODAY, 3/8 to verify the tests that the school is ordering for you.  If there are any problems or you notice an error, let us know TODAY so we be sure we are ordering the correct tests for you.  There are no refunds after the school places the order!

Applications for ASB and Class Office for 2017-2018 are available online.  Please go to the Clark website under Student Action.  Submit application by March 31st

STUDENTS!!! Summer School applications for GEF (Glendale Educational Foundation) are available.  These classes are not free of charge. See your counselor for details and recommendation.

Intramural 3 on 3 March Madness Game Schedule:    Please have one team member on game day come and pick up enrichment passes during lunch in the gym from Ms. Hutchinson. Teams that do not get enrichment passes will forfeit game.

TODAY, MARCH 8    2:30 Game:  USC VS. Arizona State and Xavier VS. Vanderbilt

2:45 Game:   Pittsburgh VS. George Town and Connecticut VS. San Diego

TOMORROW, MARCH 9 Cancelled

FRIDAY, MARCH 10 2:30 Game:  Florida VS. Kansas and  USC VS. North Carolina

2:45 Game:  Kentucky VS. Texas and  UCLA VS. Arizona State-- 

PERSONALIZE your yearbook with your name on the cover.  Last chance to have your name inscribed on the yearbook cover.  For more information, see Mr. Davis in room 1329…TODAY, March 7.

DON’T MISS OUT – ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK IN ADVANCESENIORS ….Last chance for seniors and parents of seniors to purchase a PERSONALISED page in the 2017 yearbook.  Deadline for payment and ad designs is March 16. See http://www.clarkmagnet.net/Page/698 for more info, or stop by room 1329 or e-mail Mr. Davis (cdavis@gusd.net).

PREORDER your yearbook!   Come to Room 1329 at snack only  for more information.

GCC Rep on campus at lunch on Wednesdays- TODAY, 3/8…3/15, 3/19…mark your calendar-more dates to follow.

Seniors – GCC Scholars Program - Program director and college representatives will be on campus during lunch on Friday 3/31/17You do not have to wait for the presentation – you can apply to the program now!  If you apply before April 1 and are accepted you will have PRIORITY registration in the fall.  For more information go to www.glendale.edu.

ALL LOST/FOUND ITEMS:  Students you check lost and found table and clothing rack for missing items. All unclaimed items will be donated to charity over spring break (3/20-3/24/17).

Clubs for Today – GET PASSES AHEAD OF TIME

Book Club Meeting at lunch in Mrs. McGrath’s room 1325. 

Bike Teamenrichment - Mrs. Pettegrew’s room, 1318

Chess Club-enrichment-Kassakhian’s room 4207

KATS Club -enrichment – Mrs. Sanzo, room 5213

Dance club - enrichment in front of the auditeria – Ms. Ramirez.

Auto Club -  enrichment - Mr. Zamlich’s room, 1237. Get passes from Varuzh or Chris at the top of the amphitheater during snack or lunch.

Music Club  - enrichment in Mrs. Tatevosian’s room, 1328.

 

USC Wrigley Marine Science CenterApplication packet deadline:  March 10, 2017 – THIS FRIDAY! Catalina Island is looking for high school students interested ocean sciences to attend a one-week, summer science program from July 6-13, 2017.  Selected students come from all over the United States to USC; then spend a week on Catalina Island at USC's field station.  The ideal candidate is interested in ocean sciences, willing to share their experience back in their community and ready for an adventure.  First in family to attend college and those under-represented in STEM fields encouraged to apply Travel and program costs are provided, students need to apply and include a letter of reference from a teacher.  Details can be found at https://dornsife.usc.edu/uscseagrant/summer-science-programs/.     Come see the flyer posted on the Main Office pillar!

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