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Daily Bulletin Thursday February 21, 2013 (view
Basketball CIF Playoffs - 1 st Round Come support our team! Wed, Hoover Hoover vs Oceanside Game Time is 7:00pm, doors open at 6:00pm CIF Game Schedule Sat, 2/23 Quarterfinals – Hoover Tues, 2/26 Semi-finals – Hoover Sat, 3/2 Championship – SDSU Viejas Arena Boys Varsity Soccer Congratulations to the Boys Varsity Soccer Team! City League Championship with a record of 6-1-1!! CIF Playoff Game Wed, 2/20 at Orange Glen
Clean Campus Classroom Program – MondayFeb 18HolidayNO SCHOOL – TuesdayFeb 19Room 302Chris Mena – WednesdayFeb 20Room 501Jeremy Merrill – ThursdayFeb 21Room 753John Michener – FridayFeb 22Room 200James Morgans After taking 5 th period attendance, scheduled classes are escorted to the Back Quad by their teacher. You will meet with our Environmental Specialist who will explain the task at hand. Follow-up discussion in the classroom helps everyone brainstorm how to prevent so much lunch trash in the first place.
Attention Class of 2015! CAHSEE BOOTCAMP Saturdays ~ Feb. 23 rd, March 2 nd & 9 th 8am–12pm in the GEAR UP Room #206 Field Trip Celebration on Sat. March 9 th ! Be prepared to pass the CAHSEE the 1 st time!
African American History Month African American History Month Civil Rights Era: * 1954 In Brown v. Board of Education, the Supreme Court rules unanimously against school segregation, overturning its 1896 decision in Plessy v. Ferguson Rosa Parks refuses to give up her seat on a bus to a white person, triggering a successful year-long African American boycott of the bus system Four African American college students hold a sit-in to integrate a Woolworths lunch counter in, launching a wave of similar protests across the country African American radical Malcolm X becomes national minister of the Nation of Islam. He rejects the nonviolent civil-rights movement and integration More than 200,000 people march on Washington, D.C., in the largest civil rights demonstration ever; Martin Luther King, Jr. gives his I Have a Dream speech The Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), CORE and NAACP and other groups organize a massive African American voter registration drive in Mississippi known as Freedom Summer. Black voter registration rose from a mere 7 percent to 67 percent in the following five years President Lyndon Johnson signs the Civil Rights Act, which gives the federal government far-reaching powers to prosecute discrimination in employment, voting, and education. * Condensed and paraphrased from the website
African American History Month African American History Month Civil Rights Era: * 1965 In the wake of the Selma-Montgomery March, when a shocked nation watched on tv as police clubbed and teargassed protesters, the Voting Rights Act is passed, outlawing the practices used in the South to disenfranchise African American voters Race riots break out in the Watts area of L.A. leaving 34 dead over 1,000 hurt The holiday of Kwanzaa, based on African harvest festivals, is created in the U.S. by an activist scholar, Maulana Ron Karenga Thurgood Marshall becomes the 1 st African American Justice on the Supreme Court Martin Luther King, Jr. is assassinated in Memphis, sparking a week of rioting Shirley Chisholm becomes the first African American woman elected to Congress The Rev. Jesse Jackson founds Operation PUSH (People United to Serve Humanity), a movement emphasizing economic advancement and education Fifteen African American members of Congress form the Congressional Black Caucus to present a unified African American voice in Congress. Please plan on joining us for lunch each Wednesday during February for Africans in American film and discussion in the Media Center. * Condensed and paraphrased from the website
Marcus Oliva is participating in the Muscle Walk. For those of you who do not know him, Marcus is a 10 th grader, is in ROTC, and has Muscular Dystrophy. We need staff and students to sign up for the walk! Join The Cardinals Team online at San Diego MDA Muscle Walk Sunday, February 24, :30am - 12:00pm Crown Point Mission Bay
Attention $eniors (Class of 2013)! To receive financial aid you must submit a: FAFSA Application for U.S. Citizens or Permanent Residents (must have a valid SSN) OR Dream Act Application for Non-U.S. Citizens or Non-Permanent Residents DUE March 2, 2013 For assistance, please visit the CAC team in the Counseling Center after school! NEW S
Plan on Going to a Community College? Its time to Apply! Come to the Career Center Application Workshops daily after school Complete all required applications Get FAFSA help Get the information you need Sign up for tours of colleges City, Mesa, Miramar, Grossmont, Southwestern See Ms. Welshans in the Career Center for more info.
CAHSEE Prep. Tutoring! Mondays & Wednesdays After school-4pm in Lab 259 Leadership Club Meetings Wednesdays after school in Room 206 All 9 th and 10 th graders welcome!
In the auditorium both days Sign up for an appointment in the front quad during lunch Try-Outs for Wednesday, February 20 th 1:45pm - 3:00pm Thursday, February 21 st 2:45pm - 4:00pm
Hoover vs CCPAA Thursday, Feb 21 st at 7:00 Hoover Cafeteria Mission Bay vs Hoover Thursday, Feb 28 th at 7:00 Mission Bay HS Hoover vs Clairemont Thursday, March 14 th at 7:00 Hoover Cafeteria Madison vs Hoover Thursday, March 21 st at Madison HS Hoovers Academic League Events
There will be Saturday School this Saturday February 23 rd 8:00am-12:00pm. Come and clear your detentions and get off the LOP list.
Please join us to learn about: Applying to Community College College placement tests Community College costs and financial assistance Career options COMMUNITY COLLEGE FAMILY NIGHT Present Date: Tuesday, Feburary 26, 2013 Time: 6:00pm Place: Room 1103
Hoover Wrestling Congratulations to Kenneth Moore (140 lbs.) and Moises Garcia (154 lbs.) for each placing 3rd at the Division III CIF wrestling championships last Saturday. Moises and Kenneth qualified to compete in the Masters tournament this Friday and Saturday at Eastlake HS for a chance to qualify for the state meet. Good luck this weekend!
Red Russian Kale from our Hoover Cardin Garden will be served in the salad bar for lunch TODAY! Grown by a Cardinal for a Cardinal from the Cardin Garden!
ASB is sponsoring a Blood Drive Tuesday February 26, 2013 in front of Hoover High School Students are allowed to donate without parent permission, if over 17. If 16, pick up a permission slip for parental approval in the front quad during lunch.
Hoover Cluster Meeting Monday, February 25 th 4:00 – 6:00 pm in Room 1103