MONDAY DAILY BULLETIN May 20, 2019
May 20 – Dodgeball Tournament – In the Quad at lunch
May 27 – Memorial Day Holiday – No School
May 28 – Senior Lunch
May 29 – Senior Slip & Slide, lunch
May 30 – Senior Goodbyes
May 20 – Girls Volleyball Tryouts, 3:30-5:30 pm, Main Gym – High School Students
May 30 & 31 – Cap/Gown Distribution, lunch/after school, Cafeteria
May 30 – Farewell Pep Rally, 9:00 am. Don Memorial Stadium
Are you having trouble keeping up with assignments? Are you just not getting what your teachers say in class? No worries, the El Rancho Tutoring Lounge has got you covered. Our capable college tutors will do their best to help you with any problem in any subject. The tutoring lounge is located inside the Library Building in room L101. We are open before school at 7:15, during lunch, and after school until 4pm. . Don't wait, come get help from the tutors.
Juniors and Sophmores: Are you looking for a zero period next year? Do you need to open up room in your schedule or need to leave school at lunch time? Are you interested in taking a fun class that analyzes films like Boyz n’ the Hood and discusses race, gender and sexuality? If so then sign up for a ZERO PERIOD Diversity in Film & Lit class. See your counselor or Mrs. Mata in room A206 to sign-up!
TEENS AGES 15-18 WORK OUT FOR FREE AT PLANET FITNESS
MAY 15TH THROUGH SEPTEMBER 1ST…..Planet Fitness invites high school teens ages 15-18 to work out for free at any of its more than 1,700 locations in the United States all summer long! New research shows 91% of teens want to stay active over the summer. Among those who work out, a majority believe exercise positively impacts their mental health (72%) and focus on schoolwork (62%)*.That's why Planet Fitness - known as the Judgement Free Zone® - is offering teens a safe place where they can get their sweat on in a healthy way. All teens who sign up are entered into Planet Fitness' Scholarship Sweepstakes! 51 lucky teens across 50 states and Washington, D.C. will be randomly selected to receive a scholarship toward academic or athletics, including a $5,000 grand prize**.
GIRLS TENNIS TRYOUTS…Monday, Wednesday and Thursday @ 3:00 pm Bring your racket.
Interested in a career in the medical field? Want to be a paramedic, firefighter, or in a public service career? And have taken Medical Core. Register for the Emergency Medical Responder class for the 2019-2020 school year. Talk to your counselor to sign up!"
Do you want to learn how to sing? Are you interested in being part of one of our Choirs next year? Come see Mr. Keilbach in Z-2 at lunch or after school. To find out which choir you should be in.
ATTENTION STUDENTS…Reminder all restroom are open all day. Thank you.
Yearbooks Are Coming!......May 17—Four thousand pounds of 2019 El Rancho Yearbooks will soon be delivered to campus. Make sure you don't miss out by reserving yours now at the Activities Office!
ID’S….If you did not take a ID Picture, you may do so on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday after school in the Activities Office.
LUNCH APPLICATIONS…Please submit your lunch application ASAP. Applications from last school have expired. Pick up from the Activities Office or submit online. Thank you.
HEY DONS…Want a customized poster to support your favorite player? Contact any ASB member for more information. Price varies on size of poster.
ATTENTION STUDENTS…The District is offering Athletic Accident Insurance for the 2018/19 school year. The District has made available for purchase, voluntary student and athletic accident insurance through the Student Insurance Company. The insurance provides broad coverage for 24-Hour, School-Time, Tackle Football and Extended Dental. All students participating in interscholastic sports (this includes cheerleaders, mascots, bands, drill teams, etc.) are required by the Education Code to have adequate accident/medical insurance. District procedures require all medical insurance interscholastic participants to certify accident/medical insurance coverage prior to participation. For more information please pick up form from the Activities Office.
STUDENTS…Please do not use $5.00 bills on the vending machines, refunds will not be issued.
LUNCH NUMBERS….If you do not remember your lunch see Jane in the Cafeteria. Freshmen may get their new lunch number from Jane BEFORE SCHOOL ONLY.
We are Dons: Respectful, Responsible, and Ready to Learn. Once a Don, Always a Don!
JUST A REMINDER ON DRESS CODE…halter, see through blouses or clothing, low necklines, open back tops and tube tops are considered inappropriate. Shorts or skirts which are shorter than mid thigh are considered too short. Printing on clothing that can be deemed offensive is not allowed. If you are found violating dress code you will have to change into school issued attire and the confiscated article of clothing will not be returned until the end of the school year. Repeated violations of dress code may result in suspension.
SAT WORD OF THE DAY…
SENIOR ACTIVITIES BULLETIN…Has been posted on the Don Page, all end of the year information is listed.
DONS 4 CHRIST…Will meet Every Wednesday and Friday at lunch in M-5.