Daily Bulletin - Monday, April 23, 2018

No. 141
Monday Schedule

General

  • Friday, April 27th will be a Block B Assembly Schedule.
  • Last chance to pre-purchase yearbooks. Cost is $90 and checks can be written to AHS and given to Ms. Radford. Cut off date is Friday, April 28. Some books will be available for purchase during distribution days in June.  Questions? Email jradford@ausdk.12org.
  • Seniors: The extra graduation ticket request letter from your parent/guardian is due to the Main Office by Friday, April 27th.
  • Seniors: You might qualify for the Seal of Biliteracy, an award from the State of California and sponsored by Albany High School. These forms are available with your Foreign Language teachers and also in the Counseling Office. Please turn them in to the Counseling Office by April 27th.
  • AUSD SUMMER SCHOOL AUSD Summer School is currently enrolling students. This 4-week, free program will be held from June 25 - July 20 with a holiday taken on July 4. The program will be held at Cornell Elementary School. The courses being offered are English and History. Students who have failed an English or History class and need to make up those credits in order to graduate will be given priority enrollment. Students who have received a D in English or History may also request an opportunity to improve their grade in summer school, but enrollment to these students will be given on a first-come, first-served basis based on space in the program. Registration forms are now available in the counseling office. The deadline to register for AUSD Summer School is Friday, May 4 or before.  If you need to make up credits for English or History classes that you've earned a D or F in, please turn in your registration forms by May 4 or before. Early registration is encouraged as changes can me made up to the day Summer School begins.  Enrollment space is limited.  Forms are in the counseling office.

College and Career

  • Hey Cougars! Are you a student? Do you give great advice? Are you bored? If so, consider joining the Get Schooled Foundation's Student Advisory Board. Members of their SAB will have the opportunity to give feedback, contribute content, and earn rewards. The social media mogul in you may be just one click (or text) away. See Ms. Parrott for more information. Spots are limited and filling up fast.

Clubs and Teams

  • Stop by Feminist Club to hear a discussion with Bay Area world renowned Peggy Orenstein.