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STUDENT BULLETIN           TUESDAY                            January 21, 2020  

 

 

Reminder: Tomorrow, Wednesday January 22 is NOT a late start Wednesday. Tomorrow, Thursday and Friday we are on the Final Exam Schedule. School begins at 8 AM and ends at 12:30.

 

Bio-Olympiad open exam will be held on February 5th at 3:15 pm in room P-9 and 

P-10

 

AMC 10/12A will be held after school on Jan 30 from 3pm to 4:15pm in the B wing and C wing cafeteria. 12A will report to the C wing and 10A to the B wing.

 

2020 MSJH Senior GradNite Event Registration Open Now

 

Event Time: Midnight 6/11/20 --- 6/13/20

Early Price before 1/31/20:           $280 

Regular Price:                               $310

Registration will close on 4/20/20 or 250 spaces are out. 

 

Please follow the link https://msjhsgradnite.mppfa.org/ to register. Registration is NOT counted as complete without paying the fee and dropping off the waiver form at MJHS school GradNite drop box.

 

We also accept any amount for donations for sponsorship toward this event.

 

 

SUMMER ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS:  For those students planning to apply to summer programs this year, please read our policy page entitled Summer Enrichment programs in the counseling section of the Mission San Jose High School website, go to: Summer Enrichment Programs. Important factors to remember, if you need a letter of recommendation there is a 3 school week advance time frame for requesting letters and we do not bundle applications. Teachers will send their letters directly. We also must send official transcripts directly, we do not process official transcripts for students or parents

 

 

ATTENTION PARENTS

 

Parents are allowed to use the assigned Palm Ave campus drop off in the morning. Visitor parking is only allowed in the horseshoe. The entire campus parking lot is closed to anyone who does not have a valid MSJ 2019-2020 parking permit from 8:15 to 3:30 Monday –Friday.

 

Make your parents happy! Please come and get your shoes, swim bags, glasses, lunch boxes, pencil cases, glasses, jackets and more!

 

 

As a friendly reminder, we cannot accept food on campus from outside delivery services.  If food is delivered to the front office from an outside delivery service, the food will be confiscated and the student will be referred to their Assistant Principal.

 

LOST AND FOUND WILL BE DONATED ON THE LAST DAY OF EACH MONTH. PLEASE COME AND FIND YOUR GLASSES, LUNCH BOXES, CLOTHING, SHOES, PENCIL POUCHES AND MORE BEFORE THE END OF EACH MONTH!

 

 

News from the College & Career Center:

 

The following college will have an admission representative visiting Mission students during the month of February:

 

UCSC                                                             Wed, Feb 5th promptly at lunch

 

Seniors: the FAFSA & California Dream Act Application opened October 1st for students who are applying to college Fall 2020. By filing FAFSA, you automatically apply to Cal Grant and the UC’s Middle Class Scholarship.

 

The online application for the Lam Core Values Scholarship will close on Feb. 1, 2020.

 

The requirements include:

  • TWO letters of recommendation
  • High school transcript: (unofficial transcript is fine)
  • Core Values essay: students can download a copy of the Lam Research Core
  • List of activities: students should have an outline of key activities (school, community, employment, other) including start/end dates, key responsibilities, awards, etc

Please visit the Lam Research Scholarship landing page to review all of the information at https://eastbaycf.smapply.io/prog/lam_research_core_values_scholarship

 

 

The East Bay Regional Park District has 55 openings for Life Guards this summer.  Paid training/certificates.  Must be at least 16 years old to apply at:  www.ebparks.org.

 

The East Bay Regional Park District will be hosting their 6th Annual Youth Job Fairs on Saturday, January 25th at the Hayward Senior Center, 22325 North 3rd Street, Hayward, CA 94541, and on Saturday, February 1st at the Pleasant Hill Senior Center, 233 Gregory Lane, Pleasant Hill, CA 94523.  This is a great opportunity for students to connect with Park professionals and explore summer work, career paths, gain interviewing skills with practice interviews, receive application help, and so much more

 

The City of Fremont has over 100 summer jobs available for teens.  Plan to attend their Job Fair at the Centerville Community Center on Thursday, March 5 from 5:00 – 7:30 PM.  More info is available at Fremont.gov/RecJobs or at the College & Career Center.

 

The City of Fremont is seeking volunteers for their annual Crab Feed at the Senior Center on Feb 21. Must apply by Feb 14th.  Contact Nick Jordan at njordan@fremont.gov

 

 

Please stop by the College & Career Center for more information.​

Posted 1/21/20

 

STUDENT BULLETIN           FRIDAY                                January 17, 2020  

 

AMC 10/12A will be held after school on Jan 30 from 3pm to 4:15pm in the B wing and C wing cafeteria. 12A will report to the C wing and 10A to the B wing.

 

2020 MSJH Senior GradNite Event Registration Open Now

 

Event Time: Midnight 6/11/20 --- 6/13/20

Early Price before 1/31/20:           $280 

Regular Price:                               $310

Registration will close on 4/20/20 or 250 spaces are out. 

 

Please follow the link https://msjhsgradnite.mppfa.org/ to register. Registration is NOT counted as complete without paying the fee and dropping off the waiver form at MJHS school GradNite drop box.

 

We also accept any amount for donations for sponsorship toward this event.

 

 

Bio- Olympiad is now open for registration. The registration link is https://www.usabo-trc.org/student/register.  The Exam date will be announced soon. Please check with Mrs. Sultana if you have any questions.

 

.SUMMER ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS:  For those students planning to apply to summer programs this year, please read our policy page entitled Summer Enrichment programs in the counseling section of the Mission San Jose High School website, go to: Summer Enrichment Programs. Important factors to remember, if you need a letter of recommendation there is a 3 school week advance time frame for requesting letters and we do not bundle applications. Teachers will send their letters directly. We also must send official transcripts directly, we do not process official transcripts for students or parents

 

 

ATTENTION PARENTS

 

Parents are allowed to use the assigned Palm Ave campus drop off in the morning. Visitor parking is only allowed in the horseshoe. The entire campus parking lot is closed to anyone who does not have a valid MSJ 2019-2020 parking permit from 8:15 to 3:30 Monday –Friday.

 

Make your parents happy! Please come and get your shoes, swim bags, glasses, lunch boxes, pencil cases, glasses, jackets and more!

 

 

As a friendly reminder, we cannot accept food on campus from outside delivery services.  If food is delivered to the front office from an outside delivery service, the food will be confiscated and the student will be referred to their Assistant Principal.

 

LOST AND FOUND WILL BE DONATED ON THE LAST DAY OF EACH MONTH. PLEASE COME AND FIND YOUR GLASSES, LUNCH BOXES, CLOTHING, SHOES, PENCIL POUCHES AND MORE BEFORE THE END OF EACH MONTH!

 

 

News from the College & Career Center:

 

The following college will have an admission representative visiting Mission students during the month of February:

 

UCSC                                                             Wed, Feb 5th promptly at lunch

 

Seniors: the FAFSA & California Dream Act Application opened October 1st for students who are applying to college Fall 2020. By filing FAFSA, you automatically apply to Cal Grant and the UC’s Middle Class Scholarship.

 

The online application for the Lam Core Values Scholarship will close on Feb. 1, 2020.

 

The requirements include:

  • TWO letters of recommendation
  • High school transcript: (unofficial transcript is fine)
  • Core Values essay: students can download a copy of the Lam Research Core
  • List of activities: students should have an outline of key activities (school, community, employment, other) including start/end dates, key responsibilities, awards, etc

Please visit the Lam Research Scholarship landing page to review all of the information at https://eastbaycf.smapply.io/prog/lam_research_core_values_scholarship

 

 

The East Bay Regional Park District has 55 openings for Life Guards this summer.  Paid training/certificates.  Must be at least 16 years old to apply at:  www.ebparks.org.

 

The East Bay Regional Park District will be hosting their 6th Annual Youth Job Fairs on Saturday, January 25th at the Hayward Senior Center, 22325 North 3rd Street, Hayward, CA 94541, and on Saturday, February 1st at the Pleasant Hill Senior Center, 233 Gregory Lane, Pleasant Hill, CA 94523.  This is a great opportunity for students to connect with Park professionals and explore summer work, career paths, gain interviewing skills with practice interviews, receive application help, and so much more

 

The City of Fremont is seeking volunteers for their annual Crab Feed at the Senior Center on Feb 21. Must apply by Feb 14th.  Contact Nick Jordan at njordan@fremont.gov

 

 

Please stop by the College & Career Center for more information.​

Posted 1/17/20

STUDENT BULLETIN          MONDAY             FEBRUARY 11, 2018  

 

FEB 13 IS AMC 10/12B AFTER SCHOOL. FEB 12 IS CAML 35 DURING LUNCH

 

After meeting with Federal and State Mandarin Immersion program, the 2019 MSJH Chinese Placement test will be held on two different setting.

 

  1.    02/14 (Thursday) at MSJH Flex room on 3:10 p.m. for all the students from both MSJH and Hopkins 8th graders.
  2.    Hopkins Mandarin Immersion students will be tested differently at Hopkins under MI Program in charge.

      https://goo.gl/forms/fXiYnnbShoTp0gFG3

  

 

All students planning on taking an AP test for this school year must go to 

 http://www.TotalRegistration.net/AP/050970​​ and sign up there.

The site will be open on Monday January 28 at 5 pm and will stay open until February 27 at 5 pm. After this date we are closed and cannot have any more signups.

 

Hello Students!

 

Please consider participating in Harvest Helper’s Charity Organization.  This is Mission San Jose’s very own grassroots effort to reduce food waste and prevent hunger while giving you the service hours you need to graduate!

 

There are many ways you can contribute to Harvest Helpers.  We need help with …

  • database management - logging site information, harvest data, and donation locations 
  • Media/art - posters, t-shirts, flyers, logos, website development, Instagram maintenance
  • networking - Communications to get the word out and Thank Youcards.
  • harvesters - picking the fruit from the trees

 

Why this matters?

  • No one should go without fresh fruit because they can’t afford it
  • There is plenty of fresh fruit to share - it just takes a little effort
  • Fruit tree owners often need help to harvest their fruit (they appreciate it!)
  • Feel good about yourself by caring for others

 

Please sign up for Harvest Helpers at harvesthelpersmsj.org

 

We promise it will be safe and fun and you will be glad you helped others out.​

 

 

MSJHS Grad Night 2019

All seniors of Class 2019:

It is the time to register your grad night trip for lock your seat.

Class of 2019 Grad Nite Celebration will be, Friday, June 14 through Saturday, June 15, 2019 at Disneyland® Resort and Disney California Adventure®. 

The cost will be 260$ , the deadline for registration April 8th,2019

Please see travel details and download registration forms athttps://msjhsgradnite.mppfa.org/

Please drop your check and forms at Micky Mouse box at senior attendance desk.

If you have question, please contact: lailai: explz@msn.com 5104389887;

Dana: xuehua_w@yahoo.com 5108960883

 

 

As a friendly reminder, we cannot accept food on campus from outside delivery services.  If food is delivered to the front office from an outside delivery service, the food will be confiscated and the student will be referred to their Assistant Principal.​

 

PARKING PERMITSStudents can purchase parking permits throughout the year as long as space is available.

 

RESERVE A PERMIT

Students can pick up a parking contract in C-3, fill out as much of the paperwork as possible, pay the $20 fee and a permit will be reserved for you.

 

News from the College & Career Center:

 

Seniors:  File your FAFSA. Act NOW. Deadline for CalGrant is March 2.  Check your Cal Grant status by going to https://mygrantinfo.csac.ca.gov/logon.asp to create a Webgrants 4 Students account.

 

Seniors: Looking for scholarships?  Stop by the College & Career Center or

Check out:  https://www.fremont.k12.ca.us/Page/10325

 

There will be an Ohlone College Application Workshop held at MSJ College & Career Center onTuesday, March 5 at 3:00pm. Students will receive an Ohlone ID# via email after completing their online application.

Mission Valley ROP Career & Tech Center – Program Showcase open house will be held on Thursday, February 28, at 6:30 PM.  This is a great opportunity for parents and students to tour this modern facility and learn more about the many programs offered through MVROP prior to pre-registration.  Instructors will be present.

MVROP Presentation will be held at at MSJHS C-120 during ADVISORY on Thursday, February 28th.  Interested students:  please register with Mrs. Castillou at the College & Career Center to attend.

High school students and parents are invited to the 3rd annual UC Davis High School Pre-Health Symposium, which will take place on Sunday, April 7, 2019, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at University of California, Davis. To register, go to: UC Davis Pre-Health Symposium

The cities of Newark & Fremont as well as the East Bay Regional Parks District are seeking high school students to work in Summer Recreation positions.  Current City of Newark openings:  City of Newark jobs  Current City of Fremont openings:  https://fremont.gov/336/Jobs

 

Visit the City of Fremont Teens Summer Jobs Fair at the Centerville Community Center at 3355 Country Drive on Thursday, March 14th from 5 – 7:30 pm. Bring copies of your resume; dress for success.

 

Sophomore Career Units – Feb/Mar - Sophomores will spend three periods at the College & Career Center with their English class in Feb/March to explore their strengths and career interests.  

Please stop by the College & Career Center for more information.​

 

Posted 2/10/19
Schedule

Calendar at a Glance 2019-2020 School Year Instructional Calendar (pdf)