asf9 The Preuss School UCSD Daily Bulletin “B” Day Thursday

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Daily Bulletin “B” Day
Archangel N. An Angel Of High Rank. Sat Word: Thursday,
August 18, 2016
Chelsea’s Light Peer Corps Inspirational Quote Of The Day: “Man's mind, once
stretched by a new idea, never regains its original dimensions.”
– Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr.
SAT WORDS: Exploit verb 1. make full use of and derive benefit from* 2. use a situation or
person in an unfair or selfish way
New Items:
Students Interested In Running Cross Country This Year: If you are running cross country
this year, there will be a meeting this Friday (8/19) during high school lunch in room E201. Please
bring any completed physicals to this meeting. (8/19 Ms. Anderson)
Reminder Items:
Schedule Changes:
Students the deadline for schedule changes is August 19th. Schedule change forms are located in the
front office. Thank you. (8/19 Ms. Nieto)
Reminder Items:
Students-Lunch: Students must eat lunch every day at school. If you do not want to eat the cafeteria
lunch, you must bring a lunch from home. In addition, all students must eat in the amphitheater, or
at a designated table or bench. No food upstairs. -Selleck
Students-The Preuss School has a dress code to establish a neat appearance and avoid disruptions in
the school environment. All students will dress according to the Dress Code. This is an important
part of your commitment to your family and school community. The Dress Code identifies you as a
student willing to work hard to achieve your dreams –Selleck
Students-Bus regulations: Students must obey the bus rules and instructions given by the bus
driver. Failure to follow bus safety rules can lead to a loss of transportation privileges. -Selleck
UC/CSU Eligibility Policy:
The mission of The Preuss School is to prepare students for acceptance to a 4-year university. In order
for seniors to take advantage of the school’s mission, students from grades 8-11 need to be on track to
be UC/CSU college eligible.
In order to be on track towards college eligibility, students in grades 8-11 need to pass their Math,
English, Science, and History classes with a C- or better.
Students earning lower than a C- need to take advantage of Preuss’ many academic supports to
improve their academic performance.
Students earning lower than a C- who DO NOT take advantage of Preuss’ supports will have the
opportunity to get back on track towards college eligibility by repeating an entire grade.
Students, if you don’t want to repeat a grade, pass your classes with at least a C- or take advantage of
the school’s supports, including SEA, tutoring, tutorials, test corrections, counseling, and summer
school. Bottom line: if you want to go to a 4-year college, work hard and we’ll help get you there!
(8/26 Mr. Ramos)
The Preuss School UCSD
(858) 822-3000
After School Programs Begin
Late Activities buses will be available
Picture Day
8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., Walton Center
Back to School Night
6:00-6:45 PTA Family Dinner Fundraiser
6:45 – 7:00 Principal’s Welcome
7:00 – 8:45 Classroom Visitations
View Performance of “Gypsy” Musical, 9:00AM-1:30 PM
Old Town-Cygnet Theater, 50 HS students
Thurs. & Fri.
8/18 & 19
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