From the Principal`s Pen

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From the Principal`s Pen
From the Principal’s Pen
Dear Hawk Parents,
As we breeze through Winter and fly into
Spring, it is obvious that El Nino has hit
Mission Oak where the Hawks have made
it REIGN in the classroom, on the stage,
on the field, on the court, and on the mat!
Here are a few highlights for the year so
far:
REIGNing on the Classroom
 Over 600 Hawks are on the Honor
Roll earning a GPA of 3.17 or above.
 122 pages from 20 students have
been submitted to the Young Writers
Conference which will be held in
April. Last year six of our talented
Hawks earned awards with two who
had soared to the top spots!
 50 Seniors will be recognized at the
College of Sequoias Luncheon in
April for earning their CSF Lifetime
Membership as a result of their academic performance over their four
years as a Hawk!
 Hawks took 1st place in the Tulare
County Science Olympiad for their
innovative robotic arm.
REIGNing on the stage
 Senior, Laura Lara, made it to the
Poetry Out Loud State Competition
placing in the top 12 as she performed three of her poems at the
State’s Capitol in Sacramento!
 Carina Wessman, Lupita Lopez, and
Juan Torres were all finalists in the
Lion's Club Speech Competition
speaking on the topic of Liberty and
Justice for All.
 Winter Color Guard and Winter Percussion both took 1st place in the
South Valley Winter Arts Association
competition held in Hanford.
Prom is
scheduled for
May 7, 2016 At the
Visalia Convention
Center
REIGNing on the field
 Boy’s Soccer are 2016 EYL Champs
and went on in playoffs to play for
the Valley Championship taking 1st
runner-up!
 Girl’s Soccer made it to playoffs and
made it to the quarter finals.
REIGNing on the court
 Girl’s Basketball had an undefeated
season and are 2016 EYL Champs.
In addition, the girls just won their
second Division III Valley Championship at Selland Arena with back-toback wins! They now move onto State
Level competition.
 Boy’s Basketball also had an undefeated season and are 2016 EYL
Champs. The boys went on in Division II playoffs making it to the semifinals.
 Volleyball went undefeated this past
fall season and came out as EYL
Champs. The girls made it to the
Division III Valley Championship
game taking 1st runner-up.
 Character Counts and Channel 24
have partnered to honor our Tennis
program led by Doug Jones and Dane
Maness.
REIGNing on the mat
 Senior, David Campbell, is the first
ever Mission Oak Boys Wrestling
State Champion!
 Mission Oak Wrestling went undefeated during the season.
Aside from all of these amazing Hawk
accomplishments, the campus culture and
community is electric with pride and
character. Mission Oak staff recently
recognized 250 students for their character through the Character Counts Pro-
School pictures will be taken on Wednesday, May
18th and Thursday, May 19th for all current
students. The
pictures will be
used for the permanent picture
identification ASB
cards for the next
school year,
2016/2017.
Students will need their ASB cards for computer
access, library and textbook checkout, lunchtime
off-campus passes and while riding the bus. It is
very important that students have permanent
picture identification cards as soon as possible.
The photographer will be returning in the fall for
retakes and picture packets. Pictures will also be
used for the yearbook.
gram with special student highlights in
local publications. Our students and staff
also participate in a number of programs
to serve the community through programs
such as Harvesting Hope, Happy Trails,
and Tulare Animal Services. There is lots
going on and still lots to do. Please review
this newsletter for information on upcoming events. Keep in touch through the
website, Parent Link, Aeries Parent Portal, and your student’s Counselor. Together we will continue to provide our students with great opportunities for success
and build a strong community.
Let it REIGN!
Michele Borges
IMPORTANT DATES
Currently Registering Sophomores
Registering Juniors & Freshman in March
Spring Break
3/21/16-3/28/16
12 Week Grading Period
4/22/16
Memorial Day
5/30/16
Minimum Days
6/1/16 & 6/2/16
Graduation
6/2/16
End of Second Semester
6/2/16
Table of Contents:
Principal’s Message
Important Dates
Pictures at Mission Oak
Prom
Summer School Information
Student Bills
P.E. Locker Information
Technology Reminder
Library Information
Dress Code Policy
Yearbook Information
Hawk’s Haven
ASB Events
EZ School Pay
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1
1
1
3
3
3
3
3
3
5
5
5
5
Sophomores leaving campus at lunch 5
Testing Information
Senior News
Senior and Junior Honor Roll
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7
9
Sophomore and Freshman Honor Roll 11
De la Pluma del Director
Estimados Padres Hawk,
¡Mientras pasamos por el invierno y nos vamos
a la primavera, es obvio que El Nino ha golpeado a Mission Oak donde los Hawks han hecho
REIGN en el salón, en el escenario, en el campo, en la cancha y en la colchoneta! Aquí presentamos algunos aspectos destacados para el
año hasta ahora:
REIGNing en el Salón
 Aproximadamente 600 Hawks están en el
Cuadro de Honor con un promedio de 3.17
o superior.
 122 páginas de 20 estudiantes han sido
enviadas a La Entrevista de Jóvenes Escritores que se llevará a cabo en el mes de
abril. ¡El año pasado seis de nuestros
talentosos Hawks obtuvieron reconocimientos con dos que se han elevado a los
lugares más altos!
 ¡50 estudiantes de último grado serán
reconocidos en la Comida de College of
Sequoias en abril por obtener su CSF
Membrecía de Toda la Vida como resultado de su desempeño académico en sus
cuatro años como Hawk!
 Hawks obtuvieron el 1er lugar en la Olimpiada de Ciencias del Condado de Tulare
por su innovador brazo robótico.
REIGNing en el Escenario
 La Estudiante de Último Grado, Laura
Lara, tuvo un gran lugar en la Competencia Estatal de Poesía Poetry Out Loud
ubicándose entre los 12 mejores ya que
ella interpretó tres de sus poemas en el
State’s Capitol en Sacramento!
 Carina Wessman, Lupita Lopez, y Juan
Torres fueron finalistas en la Competencia
de Habla del Lion's Club hablando del
tema de la Libertad y la Justicia para
Todos.
 Tanto Winter Color Guard como Winter
Percussion obtuvieron el 1er lugar en la
Competencia de la Asociación de Artes de
Invierno de South Valley que tuvo lugar
en Hanford.
REIGNing en el Campo
EL BAILE DE GRADUACIÓN ESTÁ
PROGRAMADO PARA EL 7 DE
MAYO DE 2016 EN EL CENTRO
DE CONVENCIONES DE
VisaliA
El equipo masculino de futbol son los
Campeones de 2016 EYL y fueron a los
juegos decisivos para jugar por el Campeonato Valley con el 1er subcampeón.
 El equipo femenino de futbol logró llegar a
los juegos decisivos y llegaron a los cuartos de final.
REIGNing en la Cancha
 El equipo femenino de Baloncesto tuvo
una temporada sin derrotas y son las
Campeonas de 2016 EYL. ¡Además, el
equipo acaba de ganar su Campeonato de
la segunda División III Valley en Selland
Arena con victorias consecutivas! Ahora
ellas van a la competencia a Nivel Estatal.
 El equipo masculino de Baloncesto también tuvo una temporada sin derrotas y
ahora son los Campeones de 2016 EYL. El
equipo fue a los juegos decisivos de la
División II logrando llegar a las semifinales.
 El voleibol no fue derrotado esta temporada de otoño pasada y llegaron como los
Campeones de EYL. El equipo femenino
llegó hasta la División III del juego del
campeonato del Valley con el subcampeonato.
 El Carácter Cuenta y Channel 24 han sido
socios en honrar al Programa de Tenis
liderado por Doug Jones y Dane Maness.
REIGNing en la Colchoneta
 ¡El estudiante de último grado, David
Campbell, es el primer Campeón Estatal
de Lucha Masculina de Mission Oak!
 La Lucha de Mission Oak no fue derrotada durante la temporada.
Aparte de todos estos asombrosos logros de
Hawk, la cultura del plantel y la comunidad
está llena de orgullo y carácter . El personal de
Mission Oak recientemente reconoció a 250
estudiantes por su carácter por medio del Programa el Carácter Cuenta con reconocimientos
especiales de estudiantes en las publicaciones
locales. Nuestros estudiantes y personal también participan en un número de programas
para servir a la comunidad a través de progra
Se tomarán las fotografías escolares el miércoles 18 de
mayo y el jueves, 19 de mayo a todos los estudiantes
actuales. Las fotografías se usarán para
las tarjetas ASB
identificación permanente del estudiante
para el próximo año
lectivo, 2016/2017.
Los estudiantes
necesitarán sus
tarjetas ASB para
acceso a los computadores, biblioteca y pago de textos,
pases de salida del plantel para el almuerzo y mientras
se viaja en autobús. Es muy importante que los estudiantes tengan las tarjetas de identificación permanentes con
su fotografía tan pronto como sea posible. El fotógrafo
regresará en otoño para retoma de fotografías y paquetes
de fotografías. Las fotografías también se usarán para el
anuario.
mas tales como Harvesting Hope, Happy Trails,
y Tulare Animal Services. Mucho está pasando
y hay mucho por pasar. Por favor revise este
boletín para información acerca de los eventos
próximos . Manténgase en contacto por medio
de la página web, Enlace de Padres, Portal de
Padres Aeries, y su Consejero de Estudiante.
Juntos seguiremos brindando a nuestros estudiantes grandes oportunidades para el éxito y
construiremos una comunidad fuerte. ¡Vamos a
REIGN!
Michele Borges
EC AS IMPORTANTES
Actualmente matr culas de los estudian
tes de Grado 10
Matr culas de Estudiantes de Grados 9 &
11 en mar o
acaciones de Primavera
3/21/16-3/28/16
Periodo de Cali caciones de 12 Semanas
4/22/16
D a de Recordaci n
5/30/16
D as M nimos
6/1/16 & 6/2/16
Graduaci n
6/2/16
Conten o:
Mensa e del Director
1
Fechas Importantes
1
Fotogra as en Mission Oak
1
Baile de Graduaci n
1
Informaci n de la Esc. de erano 3
Recibos de Estudiantes
3
Informaci n de Casilleros de E.F. 3
Recordatorio de Tecnolog a
3
Informaci n de Biblioteca
3
Pol tica de C digo de estuario 3
Informaci n de Anuario
5
Hawk’s Haven
5
Eventos ASB
5
Pago Escolar EZ
5
Estudiantes de Gr. 10
ue almuer an fuera del plantel
Informaci n de Pruebas
Noticias de Est. de Gr. 12
5
Cuadro de Honor de Es t. de 11 & 12
5
7
9
Cuadro de honor de Est. De 9 & 10
11
MO NEWS
SUMMER SCHOOL
This year Summer School will be held at Mission Oak High School
June 9 thru July 8 hours will be 7:15 a.m.-1:45 p.m.
Pre-registration process has changed significantly from previous years.
The deadline to apply is Friday, April 22, 2016. Registration for Summer School classes will take place at the time students meet with their
counselors to plan registration for classes for the 2016-2017 school
year. All students who apply will be notified of either their placement or non-placement by June 3rd.
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OUTSTANDING BILLS
Do you need to take care of an outstanding bill for items such as: textbook, PE
lock, club money, sports equipment or a library fine? Please do not take any
chances by waiting until the last possible moment to clear your record! All
students records will be held until all bills are cleared. Checks are not accepted after April 29th. If you have any questions please call (559)687-7308.
P.E. Lockers -Students are reminded to clean out their P.E. lockers and turn in
their locks by May 31, 2016. After this date, the lockers will be cleaned out and
the contents donated to charity. If you owe for a P.E. lock please take care of
that as soon as possible.
TECHNOLOGY REMINDER-Student data is erased at the end of
every school year, if students would like to keep their data remember to save it before the end of the school year.
All textbooks must be in good condition free of any markings and/or loose papers when returned at the end of each school year. It is the
students responsibility for any lost, stolen or damaged materials. Textbook fees range anywhere from $16.75 to $200.00. Textbooks
should be returned on or before the last day of school (June 2, 2016). Students will have the opportunity to return their textbooks, with their classes, during the last few weeks of school. If this is not possible, the Library will be open during the summer
months - June thru August- for book returns. Summer hours are 8:00 am to 2:00 pm. Special note for Seniors: If you owe any
textbook, Library and/or miscellaneous school fee's, your transcripts and diploma will be held until all books are returned
and/or fines paid in full. Seniors fines must be cleared by May 31, 2016 no later than 3:30 pm in order to receive your diploma at graduation. If you have any questions please contact Mrs. Cabrera in the Library or call (559) 687-7308 ext. #2100.
Our district campuses encourage students to dress appropriately for school and enforce a dress code for all high school students. Research has
shown that student dress and appearance affect student attitude and conduct and that appropriate grooming and dress are a part of the learning
process. We understand that students and their parents freely choose a style of dress that reflects the student's individuality, but we also believe
that there are standards of appropriateness in grooming so not to distract from the educational process. If you have any questions regarding the
dress code policy, please contact the high school administration at your convenience. It is important to note that the dress code shall apply at
school and at all school-sponsored activities.
The following guidelines are intended to define appropriate student attire:
 Student dress and appearance shall not be hazardous to the safety of anyone in the school.
 Any clothes or styles of dress that may cause a threat, have a negative effect, or disrupt the educational process will not be permitted.
 No student may wear clothing that contains words that are suggestive or has suggestive double meanings of lewdness, obscenity or vulgarity.
 Clothing advertising alcohol, drug or tobacco products is prohibited.
 Any apparel, jewelry, accessory, notebook, backpack, or manner of grooming, which, by virtue of its color, arrangement, trademark or any
other attribute, denotes membership in gangs, advocates drug use, violence, disruptive behavior or is offensive is prohibited. A behavior con
tract is enforced based on gang associated activities.
 See-through, midriff, fishnet blouses, spaghetti strap tops (straps must be one 1 1/2” or wider), low cut, revealing tops and muscle shirts that
are cut low under the arm are prohibited.
 Shirts must be worn at all school activities including sporting events. Bare midriffs will not be allowed.
 All shorts and skirts must be an appropriate length, mid-thigh or longer. Biker shorts shall not be worn as outer garments.
 Bandannas are not allowed at school or at school-sponsored events.
 Towels, T-shirts, folded shirts or any other clothing article cannot be worn around the neck, draped over the shoulder, or hanging from the
pocket.
 No lanyards hanging from pocket.
 Wearing of hats on campus is not permitted. This includes, but is not limited to, baseball-style hats, knit caps, beanies, bandannas, hair nets,
and hoods.
 For sun protection, students are allowed to wear a full brim hat that is constructed of cotton or canvas material, capable of being folded up
while in the classroom. These hats must be: Free of any type of logo or writing, Solid white or khaki color, Removed upon entering building.
 No bagging or sagging clothes are permitted. Pants must fit at the waist, hips, crotch and thighs. Belts must be tucked into the pant loops.
 Wallet chains are prohibited.
 Shoes must be worn at all times
 No Sports Jerseys are permitted to be worn on campus. (The only exceptions are school issued apparel).
MO NEWS
ESCUELA DE VERANO
Este año la Escuela de Verano tendrá lugar en la Escuela Preparatoria Mission Oak entre el 9 de junio y el 8 de julio en el horario de 7:15 a.m.-1:45
p.m.
El proceso de pre matrícula ha cambiado significativamente con respecto a
los años previos. La fecha límite para aplicar es el viernes, 22 de abril de
2016. La matrícula para las clases de la escuela de verano tendrán lugar a la
hora en que los estudiantes se reúnan con sus consejeros para planear la
matrícula para las clases del año lectivo 2016-2017. Todos los estudiantes
que apliquen serán notificados de su ubicación o no ubicación el 3 de junio.
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RECIBOS EXCEPCIONALES
¿Usted necesita tener cuidado de un recibo excepcional para cosas tales como: texto,
casillero de educación física, club de dinero, equipo deportivo o una multa de biblioteca?
Por favor no tome nuevas chances esperando hasta el último momento posible para
limpiar su registro. Se mantendrán todos los registros de los estudiantes hasta que se
paguen todas las deudas. No se aceptan cheques después del 29 de abril. Si usted tiene
alguna pregunta por favor llame a (559)687-7308.
Casilleros de Educación Física –se recuerda a los estudiantes que vacíen sus casilleros y los entreguen hasta el 31 de mayo de 2016. después de esta fecha, se
vaciarán los casilleros y se donarán sus contenidos a la caridad. Si usted tiene
asignado un casillero de E. F. tenga en cuenta esto tan pronto como sea posible.
RECORDATORIO DE TECNOLOGÍA-la información del estudiante se
borra al final de cada año lectivo, si los estudiantes desean conservar su
información recuerde grabarla antes del final del año lectivo.
Todos los libros deben estar en buen estado sin marcas ni hojas sueltas en la devolución al fin de cada año lectivo. Los estudiantes son responsables de los materiales perdidos, robados o dañados. Los pagos por libros varían entre $ 16.75 a $ 200.00. El estudiante debe devolver el texto en o antes del último día de clases (2 de junio de 2016). Los
estudiantes tendrán la oportunidad de devolver sus textos con sus clases durante las últimas semanas de clases. Si esto no es posible, la biblioteca estará abierta durante los meses de verano - junio a agosto-para las devoluciones de libros. El horario de verano es de 8:00 am a 2:00 pm. Aviso especial a los estudiantes de grado
12: si usted debe cualquier libro de texto, cuota de biblioteca y/o cuotas escolares diversas, se retendrán sus transcripciones de calificaciones y diploma
hasta la devolución de todos los textos y/o el pago de todas las multas en su totalidad. Se debe haber pagado todas las multas de los estudiantes de grado12
hasta el 31 de mayo de 2016 hasta las 3:30 para poder recibir su diploma de graduación. Si tiene alguna pregunta, por favor póngase en contacto con la señora
Cabrera en la Biblioteca o llame al (559) 687-7308 ext. # 2100.
Nuestros planteles distritales invitan a los estudiantes a vestirse apropiadamente para la escuela y cumplir con el código de vestuario para
todos los estudiantes de la escuela secundaria. La investigación ha demostrado que el vestuario y la apariencia del estudiante afectan la actitud y comportamiento del estudiante y que una apariencia y vestuario apropiado son una parte del proceso de aprendizaje. Entendemos
que los estudiantes y sus padres eligen libremente un estilo de ropa que refleja la individualidad del estudiante, pero también creemos que
hay estándares de presentación apropiada con el fin de no distraer el proceso educativo. Si tiene alguna pregunta con respecto a la política
de vestuario, por favor, contacte a la administración de la escuela secundaria a su conveniencia. Es importante tener en cuenta que el código de vestuario se aplicará en la escuela y en todas las actividades patrocinadas por la escuela.
Los siguientes lineamientos tienen por objetivo definir el vestuario adecuado del estudiante:
 La ropa y la apariencia del estudiante no debe representar peligro a la seguridad de las personas en la escuela.
 Se prohíbe cualquier tipo o estilo de ropa que cause una amenaza, tenga un efecto negativo, o interrumpa el proceso educativo.
 Ningún estudiante puede usar ropa que contenga palabras que sean sugestivas con doble significado de lascivia, obscenidad o vulgaridad.
 Se prohíbe ropa que promueva el uso de alcohol, drogas o tabaco.
 Se prohíbe cualquier accesorio, prendas, joya, cuaderno, maletín o apariencia que por virtud de su color, disposición, marca o cualquier
otro atribute impliquen pertenencia a pandillas, promocione el uso de drogas, violencia, comportamiento de interrupción o sea ofensivo. Se solicita un contrato de comportamiento con base en actividades asociadas.
 Se prohíben las transparencias, ombligueras, blusas de red, blusas con tiras tipo espagueti (las tiras deben tener 1 1/2” o más anchas),
blusas de escote amplio, reveladoras y camisetas sin mangas.
 Se deben usar camisas en todas las actividades escolares incluyendo los eventos patrocinados por la escuela. No se permiten ombligueras.
 Todos los shorts y faldas deben tener la altura adecuada, medio muslo o más largas. No se deben usar licras como prendas exteriores.
 No se permiten las pañoletas en la escuela o en los eventos patrocinados por la escuela.
 No se deberán usar, camisetas, camisas dobladas o cualquier otra prenda en el cuello, colgadas en los hombros, o del bolsillo.
 No se permiten cordones que cuelguen del bolsillo.
 No se permite el uso de sombreros en el plantel. Esto incluye, pero no se limita a, gorras de beisbol, gorros de lana o tejidos, pañoletas, gorros, pañoletas, redes para el pelo y capuchas.
 Para protección solar, se permite que los estudiantes usen sombreros de algodón de ala completa o de material de tela, que se puedan
doblar mientras se esté en el salón. Estos sombreros no deben tener ningún tipo de logo o escrito, deben ser blancos o kaki, y se deben
quitar al entrar al edificio. .
 No se permiten prendas demasiado grandes o anchas o caídos. Los pantalones deben ajustar en la cintura. Los cinturones deben estar
en los ojales del pantalón.
 Se prohíben cadenas de billetera.
 Se debe usar zapatos en todo momento.
 No se permite el uso de abrigos deportivos en el plantel. (La única excepción son las prendas brindadas por la escuela).
MO NEWS
Yearbooks are now $65, their final price. They can be
purchased with a credit card online at
www.jostens.com through May 13. They will be sold during
lunch the week of May 9-13, but this will be CASH ONLY.
If not purchased by May 13, you will have to hope that we
have some available for sale (cash only) on delivery day in
late May. A limited number of books are ordered, and once
they sell out, that's it! So don't wait, get yours now!
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The Hawk's Haven (student store) is open daily 20 min before school/at
break/ during lunch/ 20 minutes after-school. We offer services by appointment before school or after-school @ 687-7308 Ext.1501. We supply
T-Shirts, stadium chairs, hooded sweatshirts, Polo’s, jackets, hats, beanies, baby/toddler clothes also; school supplies, spirit supplies, some
healthy beverages, ice cream and snacks. Come on over to see the Happy
Hawk Headquarters.
Make payments to your student’s meal account online!
With EZSchoolPay.com, you can add money to your student’s meal account, or make other
school payments, using a Visa, MasterCard, or Discover (credit or debit). Online credits are
automatically added to your student’s meal account balance at the school within minutes!
Other abilities include online history of your student’s meal activity, and low-balance email
alerts. These abilities are free to the parent! Please contact the Mrs. Debra Rathjens if you
have any questions.
Tulare Joint Union High School District permits Sophomores who meet certain eligibility requirements to leave campus during the lunch hour starting
this Semester. Your son/daughter has earned this privilege through their academic achievement and attendance record. The District requires parent
permission for eligible students to exercise this privilege. Please note: the Open Campus Lunch privilege can be revoked for Sophomores who do not
meet eligibility standards.
Eligibility:
1)
Sophomores must have 95% attendance;
2)
Sophomores must be on track to graduate;
3)
Sophomores must have at least 90 semester credits;
4)
Sophomores cannot have any D’s or F’s on last report card.
Process for Permission being granted:
1. Pick up a permission form from the Assistant Principal's office.
2. Get signature from Counselor verifying they are on track to graduate and have at least 90 units;
3. Get signature from parents granting permission to leave campus during lunch;
4. Submit permission slip to A.P. office with all required signatures (A.P./Dean, Counselor, Parent, and Student);
5. A.P. Office will review all completed forms, check student eligibility list, and sign off on forms.
The California Standards Tests (CST) have been eliminated in preparation for the new tests based on new standards. However,
there are still some tests that will be taken this year by the sophomore class. All sophomores will take the CAASPP Life Science standards test and
all Juniors will be taking the CAASPP in ELA (English-language arts) and mathematics.
CAASPP: The California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress, or CAASPP, which has replaced the Standardized Testing and Reporting, or STAR Program, is the new state academic testing program. CAASPP is a system intended to provide information that can be used to monitor
student progress and ensure that all students leave high school ready for college and career. This year, CAASPP includes computer adaptive tests in
ELA and Mathematics. Students will receive individual score reports. Student score reports will be sent home to parents and will include an overall
score, a description of the student’s achievement level for ELA and Mathematics, and other information.
The new CAASPP System will have a direct impact on the California State University’s (CSU) Early Assessment Program (EAP). The CSU will use
CAASPP English language arts/literacy and Mathematics performance level outcomes to provide grade eleven students, their families, and their
high schools early signals about students’ readiness for college-level coursework.
AP TESTING: We have many students that are taking AP courses. As well as earning the extra grade point average, providing them the challenge
and rigor similar to one in college, these students have the opportunity to take the AP exam and possibly earn college credit. The testing window for
these AP Exams will begin May 2 and continue through May 12. Each AP test has a designated date and time. It is very important for your student
to be attending class every day since their AP teacher has been working diligently to teach them the curriculum and offer assistance in preparing
them for these important exams.
Notification of Administration of California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress The California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress, or “CAASPP” (which has replaced the Standardized Testing and
Reporting, or “STAR Program”), is the new state academic testing program. CAASPP is a system intended to provide information that can be used to monitor student progress and ensure that all students leave high school ready for
college and career. CAASPP includes computer adaptive tests in English–language arts and mathematics as well as paper-based tests for science. This year, District students will take the test in grade 11 in the spring. To learn about
the types of questions on the computer-based test, you and your child can view the practice test online at the California Department of Education (“CDE”) Smarter Balanced Practice Test Web page at
http://www.cde.ca.gov/ta/tg/sa/practicetest.asp. To learn about the types of questions on the science-based portion of the assessment, you can review information provided by the CDE at
http://www.cde.ca.gov/ta/tg/ca/caasppscience.asp. Following the spring testing, students will receive individual score reports. Student score reports will be sent home to parents and will include an overall score, a description of the
student’s achievement level for English–language arts and mathematics, and other information. It is important to note that these scores cannot be compared to scores that your child previously received on the STAR Program tests
because this test is based on the new Common Core State Standards, involves different types of test questions, and will not be reported using the STAR Program reporting categories. It should be noted, that the University of California and the California State Colleges use the 11th grade CAASPP results to determine if students are ‘ready’ to be placed in credit bearing coursework. Students who do not take this test, will have to take placement tests to determine eligibility. Pursuant to Education Code section 60615, any written request to excuse your student from participating in any or all parts of the CAASPP assessment will be granted. Pursuant to Title 5, section 852(c) of the
California Code of Regulations, you may annually submit a written request to excuse your child from participating in any or all parts of any test provided pursuant to Education Code section 60640 for the school year. For additional
information about the CAASPP assessment system, please visit the following web address at http://www.cde.ca.gov/ta/tg/sa/index.asp or feel free to contact one of your school administrators.
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Scholarship List
There are many scholarships on the
Scholarship list in Naviance. Go to
www.connections.naviance.com/
mohshawks or go to the MOHS
site>Counseling>Naviance> Log-in.
Then click the College tab, and then
click on scholarship list. We have
local scholarships coming in daily.
Local scholarships will have an asterisk before the name.
Any questions please see
Mrs. Aguilar or your Counselor.
Senior Tidbits
Earn that free money!! Fill
out those scholarships!! A
little time and effort can
SENIOR PARENTS
We are currently looking for parents who
are interested in chaperoning our Magic
Mountain Grad Night trip on May 27th.
Chaperones receive free transportation,
admission into the park and dinner. If you
are interested in being a chaperone please
email [email protected]
We are also in need of volunteers to help
out with this years Senior breakfast. The
breakfast will be held at the Heritage Complex on June 2nd and prep will be the prior
evening. We are looking for help both the
morning or and the night before. We can
never have too many parents, so if you are
interested, please email
[email protected]
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IMPORTANT DATES
April 21
Distribution of Graduation Announcements
Break and Lunch
April 22
Steps Orientation & Priority Registration COS
April 23
STEPS Orientation & Priority Registration-COS
May 4
COS Open Registration-COS
May 7
Prom-Visalia Convention Center
May 13
Senior Show
May 17
Scholarship Night
6:30 p.m. Gym
May 23
Senior Marching Practice-8:00 a.m. MO Field
May 23
Distribution of Caps & Gowns
9:30 a.m.—MO Field
May 26
Senior Marching Practice-10:15 Gym
May 26
Senior Honors Assembly
11:30 a.m. Gym
May 26
Distribution of Tickets
12:15 p.m. Wrestling Room
May 27
College Signing Celebration 12:00 p.m. Gym
May 27
Grad Night-Magic Mountain
June 2
Practice-8:00 a.m. Bob Mathias Stadium
Senior Breakfast-9:30 a.m. Heritage Complex
Graduation-8:00 p.m. Bob Mathias Stadium
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Aguilar, Vanessa
Aguilera, Alyiah
Alcantar Boren, Jordyn
Alsohybe, Sammy
Alvarado, Ruben
Alvarez, Sabrina
Ambriz, Audel
Arambula, Martha
Araujo, Jasmine
Arter, Madyson
Avalos-Lopez, Destiny
Avila, Griselda
Ayon, Jisel
Ayon, Nabor
Ayon, Stephanie
Baez, Saul
Bailly, Chase
Ballesteros, Ericka
Banuelos, Vanessa
Barajas, Tiana
Barajas, Miriam
Battles, Maekenzie
Beavers, Khira
Becerra Alvarado, Maria
Beltran, Joseph
Benavidez, Armando
Bergman, Timothy
Cabrera, Andres
Camara, Brittany
Cano, Daniel
Castaneda, Emerald
Castillo, Mariela
Clark, Jasmin
Clavijo, Jaquelyn
Correa-Gonzalez, Darian
Cortes, Miguel
Cruz, Ulices
Aguayo Velez, Karen
Aguilera, Ulices
Alba, Jassmin
Alcala, Jose
Alsohybe, Hisham
Alvarado, Diego
Alvarado Rios, Andrea
Anaya, Martha
Anaya, Julia
Arambula, Cristian
Avila, Isabella
Ayon, Zenaida
Ayon, Ernesto
Bailey, Eboni
Beltran, Carlos
Brown, Kelsey
Bustos, Alejandro
Bustos, Jacob
Caballero, Anthony
Campbell, Ukari
Cardenas, Evelyn
Cardoza, Aubrey
Castillo, Luis
Castillo, Adan
Castro, Michael
Chavarin, Jonathan
Coito, Victoria
Costa, Taylor
Cruz, Brisa
Cruz-Brito, Zuritaimir
Cuellar, Joseph
Deans, Lakiyah
Denis Romero, Alexander
Enriquez, Katherine
Enriquez, Hector
Escobar-Lopez, Jenelle
Escobar-Lopez, Jezelle
Escobedo, Gerardo
Estevez, Ivet
Fabella, Anne
Faria, Zachary
Fernandez, Noel
Fernandez Ayon, Selena
Fishbough, Steven
Fletcher, Blake
Flores, Yovanni
Franco, Ariana
Franco, Karina
Freeman, Kyleigh
Gallo, Josie
Galvan, Sheila
Gamboa, Noemi
Garcia, Angelika
Garcia, Hunter
Gomar, Kimberly
Gomez, Alexandra
Gomez, Natalia
Gonzales, Adrianna
Gonzalez, Monica
Grimmer, Matthew
Gutierrez, Renae
Gutierrez Cortez, Andrea
Hargis, Shane
Hernandez, Gilberto
Hernandez, Karely
Hernandez, Daisy
Hernandez, Kamryn
Cruz-Ambriz, Elizabeth
Cruz-Garces, Monica
Denis Romero, Ramses
Denney, Caleigh
Enriquez, Jaden
Fernandez, Mariah
Fien, Kennedy
Fish, Angelica
Galindo, Suzy
Galvez, Ernesto
Ganiron, Daniel
Garcia, Daniel
Garcia, Cristian
Garcia, Yasmeen
Garza, Rose
Gomez, Brian
Gomez, Erykah
Gonzalez, Jacquelyn
Gonzalez, Claudia
Gonzalez, Karla
Gourley, Matthew
Graff, Kevin
Guerrero, Jose
Gutierrez, Guadalupe
Gutierrez-Hermosillo Jennifer
Guzman, Nancy
Henderson, Kobe
Hernandez, Ruth
Hernandez, Selena
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Hicks, Kayla
Ibarra, Maria
Jackson, Jordan
Jimenez, Alexsa
Jimenez, Angel
Johnson, Averee
Kelly, Joshua
Lang, Taylor
Lara, Noemi
Lara Bracamontes, Laura
Lare, Shandon
Leigh, Cadynn
Lemus, Daniela
Lerio, Portia
Limon, Lizbet
Lindero, Ximena
Llamas, Edgar
Lopez, Guadalupe
Lourenco, Savana
Lujan, Brookelyn
Machado, Breanna
Mackey, Grace
Mancilla, Michelle
Martin, Yahjaira
Mason, Kyle
Matney, Kaylin
McGulpin, Simon
McJunkin, Donovan
Medina, Sandra
Medina-Purugganan, Stephanie
Medley, Anthony
Mendez, Brenda
Mendonca, Jonathan
Mendonca, Makayla
Mendoza, Jose
Meza, Heaven
Misquez, Nicholas
Molezzo, Austin
Mu'Min, Nashedah
Munguia Orozco, Dora
Murphy, Tanner
Hernandez III, Sal
Herrera, Tiffany
Huerta, Maritza
Jaime, Joel
Jimenez, Estefania
Jimenez, Miranda
Kang, Sandeep
King, Bryttneigh
Korin, Belkis
Lanting, Shyanne
Leal, Nickole
Lee, Chace
Lerio, Honey
Levan, Madisyn
Lopez, Adrian
Lopez, Andrew
Lopez, Samantha
Loza-Nunez, Mario
Lucio, Rosemary
Luna, Domingo
Machado, Michaela
Mackey, Faith
Maduena, Lizbeth
Malhi, Jaspinder
Martin, Blake
Mayorga-Gonzalez, Joel
Mazac, Trenton
Mazon, Mariah
McNear, Alexis
Mendez, Merlee
Mendonca , Joshua
Myers, Tristen
Najera, Arturo
Nambo Rodriguez, Cesar
Ngo, Jocelyn
Ngo, Katelyn
Nunez, Consuelo
Nunez, Irania
Nuno, Noemi
Ocampo, Marcos
Orozco, Nicolas
Palomares, Natalie
Parra Mayorga, Jason
Pena, Tiana
Perez, Cruz
Perez, Evelyn
Phillips, Dominic
Plascencia-Lopez, Maria
Plasencia, Yajaira
Pompa, Jacqueline
Proulx, Alyssa
Quinonez, Eduardo
Ramey, Joseph
Ramirez, Carmen
Ramos, Isaiah
Reynoso, Cristopher
Ribeiro, Gabrielle
Rios, Adrianna
Rodarte, Maria
Rossel, Cristal
Ruby, Leslie
Ruelas-Sanchez, Roselyn
Ruiz, James
Ruiz,Rodrigo
Sahagun, Thomas
Salazar, Nicholas
Saldana,Maribel
Saldana, Daniel
Saldana, Maria
Salinas, Daniel
Sanchez Campos, Cynthia
Sandoval Manuel
Mendoza, Victoria
Molezzo, Larissa
Montemayor, Zandalee
Moody, Taylor
Moody, Trase
Morales, Karly
Morales, Lorena
Moreno, Karen
Motty, Taylor
Munoz, Esmeralda
Navarro Razo, Aaron
Negrete, Yesenia
Ngo, Michael
Noe, Damon
Nunez, Daniel
Oliveira, Austin
Palomino, Nellybeth
Parra, Patricia
Parreira, Madison
Parreira, Makyden
Petty, Danae
Picazo, Marleen
Pinedo Robles, Susana
Ramirez, Jazmin
Ramirez, Stephania
Ramirez, Karen
Reed, Aliyah
Reynaga, Cassandra
Rios, Crystal
Risenhoover, Brian
Roberts, Gavin
Santiago, Miriam
Santos, Dustin
Seitz, Andrew
Setser, William
Shannon, Will
Shole, Patrick
Silva, Brittany
Soto, Berenice
Soto, Giselle
Sousa, Brandon
Sousa, Luis
Souza, Rachel
Stanley, Garrett
Stiffler, Karlisle
Suarez, Melissa
Swall, Kelsey
Tello, Christopher
Thomas, Allyssa
Tinoco, Klarissa
Torres, Juan
Torres, McCayla
Torrez, Tyler
Trejo, Miguel
Trenkmann, Anika
Valdivia, Jasmine
Valdiviez, Justice
Valencia, Danica
Van Beek, Heidi
Vander Eyk, Cornelius
Vargas, Renee
Venegas, Miguel
Villa, Michael
Villapudua, Ciera
Virgen, Zayda
Wammack, Samantha
Watson, Colton
Williams, Alicia
Willmore, Austin
Yturralde, Katherine
Zavala, Claudia
Robinson, Marcus
Rodriguez , Edith
Rodriguez , Jailene
Rodriguez , Victor
Rojas, Lupita
Ross, Tanner
Ruelas, Esmeralda
Ruvalcaba, Samantha
Saldana, Cindy
Saldivar, Cecilia
Saldivar, Adolfo
Santos, Alexandria
Shaibi, Ulyaa
Smith, Savannah
Smith, Sydney
Stafford, Lauren
Stephens, Zachary
Thompson, William
Torres, Sara
Torres, Joseline
Torrez, Richard
Tovar, Jesus
Van Allen, Kristin
Velasquez , onathan
Velazquez , arisa
Villapudua, Mariah
Wessmann, Carina
Wise, Julia
Yang, Bambi
Zuniga, Kevin
Zuniga, Majic
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Aguilera Mendoza, Lizette
Alamsi, Alla
Alba, Nancy
Aldaco, Brandon
Alsahybi, Hyfa
Alvarado, Fabian
Alvarado, ngel
Alvarado, Jade
Alves, Anna Marie
Arellano, Samantha
Arevalos, Karla
Ayon, Roman
Barham, Jared
Benitez, Justine
Boling, Chloe
Borges, McKenzie
Brown, Kaylyn
Caetano, Evan
Camarena, Jonathan
Carnes, Kyra
Carrasco, Kiana
Castillo, Harrison
Castro, Evelyn
Chavez, Selma
Clavijo, Ashley
Ambriz, Jaqueline
Ambriz, Juan
Angel, Cristian
Arias, Julianna
Avila, Xoey
Baltazar, Madalyn
Barbosa Montemayor, Leilani
Belmontes, Yvette
Bernal, Lessly
Bridges, Matthew
Briggs, Brooklyn
Brown-Tims, Meraiah
Burton, Nashia
Caballero, Lizeth
Camilo, Horeb
Campbell, Da 'Vin
Cardenas, Chloe
Carrillo, Gabriela
Ceja, Fernando
Cervantes, Angelica
Charley, Donaven
Chavarin, Yaritsa
Chee, Sarah
Clark, Alexis
Conard, Vincent
Cordova, Rebeca
Cotta, Madison
Crook, Emily
Contreras, Bryan
Cordeniz, Hope
Cortez, Cristobal
Cruz, Gisselle
Cruz, Ricky
Doherty, Preslie
Eanes, Skylar
Enriquez, Zoie
Espinoza, Emory
Espinoza, Juan
Faria, Jared
Fernandes, Hayley
Fernandes, Rhegan
Flores, Marislaysis
Fontes-Seitz, Christopher
Freitas, Evan
Galindo, Sarai
Gama-Gomez, Natalia
Garcia, Gavin
Gerardo, Kyndra
Gilmore, Bradley
Gomar, Brandy
Gomez, Makayla
Gomez, Andrea
Gonzalez, Leslie
De Leon Carrillo, Azul
Delgadillo , Andrea
Delgado, Dulce
Diaz, Bionce
Diaz, Michael
Elliott, Robert
Erling, Nicholas
Estevez, Itzel
Evans, Ean
Gaitan, Yennifer
Galvez, Evelyn
Gama-Gomez, Rudy
Garcia, Ivan
Giles, Sabrina
Ginn, Natalie
Gomez, Yulisa
Gomez, Elizabeth
Gomez, Jessika
Gonzalez, Genesis
Gonzalez, Karina
Hacker, Samantha
Harbour, Matthew
Hawn, Hope
Henderson, Zy'Aire
Hernandez, Mackenzie
Hernandez, Dayana
Hernandez, Sebastian
Herrera, Beatriz
Gonzalez, Jasmin
Graff, Jorge
Gutierrez Cortez, Marisa
Guzman Garcia, Adan
Hailey, Loren
Harrow, Brennon
Hart, Trenton
Heasley, Ukiah
Hernandez, Elizabeth
Hernandez, Jesus
Hernandez, Judith
Huerta, Randy
Iniguez, Samantha
Johnson, Brett
Langarica, Ana
Leonardo , Lauren
Leyva, Maria
Logan, Seth
Lopez, Ezekiel
Lopez, Natalie
Lopez, Angela
Lopez Ortega, Fabian
Madriz Lopez, Geraldine
Maldonado, Karissa
Martinez, Erica
Jimenez, Jorge
Jimenez, Nahyelie
Lara, Brianna
Lemus, Vanessa
Light, Hannah
Lopez, Kayleigh
Lopez, MarcoAntonio
Lopez Ortega, Raul
Loza Nunez, Monserrath
Madrigal, Halida
Martinez, Hazel
Mata, Elise
Mello, Joseph
Mendez, Luis
Mercado, Magaly
Monge Chachagua, Karla
Montejano, Elizabeth
Montero, Jacqueline
Montes Montes, Javier
Moreno, Anthony
Muller, Jada
Munoz, Lisbeth
Murillo, Corayma
Murphy, Kaylee
Nava, Filimon
Naveda, Maira
Noe, Jenna
Nunes, Faith
Martorana, Gianna
Medina, Michelle
Molano, Seth
Mondragon, Vanessa
Morin, Serena
Muela, Karen
Nevarez, Marcelina
Ney, Jenna
Nunez, Lasha
Oppedyk, Aaron
Padilla, Emiliano
Pantoja Cardenas, Teresa
Patrick, Emily
Picazo, Jaqueleen
Plasencia, Paola
Porter, Joshua
Prins, Abbigail
Puga, Amanda-Nicole
Rea, Yoselin
Reyes, Amayrani
Reyes, Karina
Rivera, Carlos
Rodriguez, Sandra
Romero, Andrea
Ruiz, Alicia
Nuno, Alejandra
Ochoa, Gisella
Oden, Matthew
Ormonde, Autumn
Osborne, Devin
Padilla, Verania
Parra, Jackeline
Parra Palomera, Dianara
Parreira, Austin
Pena III, Julian
Perkins, Britney
Perryman, Jenna
Plascencia, Alan
Plascencia, Paulina
Ramos, Elijah
Ribeiro, Mark
Rios, Arthur
Rios, Celestedelia
Robles, Naylea
Rodriguez, Savannah
Salcedo, Rogelio
Salcedo, Diana
Sanchez, Jazmine
Sanchez, Emily
Sanchez, Genesis
Sanchez, Laura
Santos, Jordan
Seaton, Ciara
Salado, Arturo
Salazar, Elizabeth
Sanchez, Joel
Sanchez, Sandra
Sanchez, Andrea
Sanchez, Jessica
Shannon, Cole
Silva, Jesse
Silva, Cameron
Soto, Jennyfer
Soto, Jesus
Sousa, Christopher
Swall, Lindsey
Tapia-Hernandez, Alan
Tello, Matthew
Thandi, Arshdeep
Tomes, Caleb
Vieyra, Arlet
Villa, Rigoberto
Villapudua, Maurice
Vitorino, Tanner
Whitmore, Grace
Segura, Nallely
Servadio, Maddison
Shaibi, Yahya
Short, Gavin
Soria, Madison
Soto, Ashley
Spear, Aaliyah
Teixeira, Nathen
Tello, Kianna
Torres Jimenez, Gustavo
Vasquez, Leonardo
Vasquez, Joseph
Vega, Andrew
Villarreal, Taiz
Vue, Savannah
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