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Jets! It's Time to Get Involved~ Listen to 4th Per. Announcements to Learn How!

Media Center Is now Open

After School! 

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Monday-Thursday 3:05-6pm

Closed on Fridays

Hispanic Scholarship Fund’s College 101 Workshop

Would you, or someone you know, like to find out what it takes to prepare for college?  The Hispanic Scholarship Fund has created a FREE, BILINGUAL program just for you!  Please join the Hispanic Scholarship Fund’s College 101 workshop on October 22, 2014.  The program is open to ALL high school students and their families. 

There you can learn all about the courses a student needs to take during high school, the resources available for financial aid – e.g., the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) –  the requirements for, and the process of, applying to college, and how to apply for an HSF scholarship. Presentations will be delivered in both English and Spanish, and a light dinner and refreshments will be provided. 

REGISTER HERE (Space is limited)

http://hsf.net/en/events/2014-college-101-bay-area

Tobacco Use Prevention Education Peer Educators

 

The goal of the TUPE or Tobacco Use Prevention Education is 

to develop a cadre of peer educator to lead efforts to reduce and 

eliminate drug use among Encinal’s students. Peer Educators 

would be involved with:

- Planning, promoting and facilitating Red Ribbon Week 

(late October), the Great American Smoke-Out 

(November) and Kick Butts Day (March)

- Presentations to Current Life and Junior Jets Advisory 

classes on e-cigs/e-hookahs, and two drug myths: 

1)marijuana is “natural” so it isn’t harmful; 2)teen drug 

use doesn’t affect relationships

- Posters and social media campaign on pledging to be 

drug free

- Public Service Announcement promotion and contest 

submittals

- (optional)Apply to the Youth Advisory Board which 

plans the peer educator conference and PSA parameters

- Peer Educators would meet twice a month with additional 

planning meetings as needed

- The first meeting is Friday Oct 10th

 in room 303 @ lunch

Community Service Opportunity

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Otis Elementary School is seeking cast members for their haunted house. 

Do you have what it takes to act in a Haunted House? Currently casting tour guides, werewolves, wolves, corpse, vampires, witches, wizards, zombies, nannies, mummies, scientists, skeletons, insane asylum inmates, plus many scary characters.  Must have talent, commitment, and availability on Saturday, October 25.  Community service hours earned for all selected actors.

Send an email to annaleemintz@gmail.com and drama_guru20002@yahoo.com with subject Otis Haunted House for more information.

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