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:2A 'Wednesday, March 31,2010 Feather River Bulletin Regarding non-emergency messages There has been an influx of non-emergency type messages received at the office lately. We are not able to continue the service of taking messages, tracking down the student and de- livering these types of messages. We suggest the following guidelines: If your student needs to leave school during the day, please send them to school with a note explaining, in detail, what time they need to leave, when they will return (or not), and the reason for the absence. They are then responsible for ob- taining their own off-campus pass before school starts. If you have undecided issues about appointments, rides or personal requests, please ask your student to call you during nutrition or lunch break to get the information they need. We can no longer deliver messages regarding non-emergency issues. Please note, any student leaving campus for any reason must have an off-campus pass or they will receive a cut. This not only an attendance issue, but one of student safety and school liability. Our office works shortened hours and is extremely understaffed, so your cooperation is greatly appreciated. Thank You! Quincy High Has AVID: Advancement Via Individual Determination AVID is an academic elective class for students who have an university degree as their goal. The mission of AVID is to en- sure that all students, especially those in the middle who are capable of completing a college preparatory path: Will succeed in the most rigorous curriculum; Will enter activities and programs of the school; Will increase their enrollment in four-year universities; Will become educated and responsible participants and leader in a democratic society. Participants in AVID have a GPA of about 2.2-3.5, have satis- factory school citizenship, have a good attendance record, are willing to commit to a minimum of 1 hour of homework every night, and want to have the option of attending a 4 year col- lege or university after graduating from high school. What is taught in an AVID class: Study Skills, Time Management, Goal Setting, Financial Aid, College Admissions, Test Taking Skills, Reading Strategies, Critical Thinking, Career Planning/Teambuilding. There will be an informational meeting regarding AVID in room 24 on Monday, April 12th, 2010. The meeting will be held during senior high lunch, 12:00. Parents are welcome to attend. Calendar 4/2nd End of third quarter I I I I m .  ==. ==. m =ii ' FREE!!! : I I Ice Cream Cone I with any order over $10 Expires 3/31/1 | I Hours: llam - 8pm 7 days a week,,., i I 2o43 70, 283-2600o V' L ,,m =.=. =-= ===  . =-- ..=. -...== ,m ==. =II / HE HAS RISEN! Calvary Chapel of Quincy invites you to Easter Services ~ Have you thought about God lately? ~ Have you ever wondered if He thinks about you? ~ If you've never been active in a local church, have you thought about visiting one? ~ Were you attending a church and just stopped going? God does think about you and He cares for you very much! There is no better time than Easter to get acquainted or reacquainted with God and His Son Jesus Christ. 2335 To send or inquire about having an obituary printed in our newspaper, please send your email here: typesetting @plumasnews.com Sunday, April 4, 2010 Sunrise Service 7:30am Ryan Turner (ISIS), Edie O'Connor (SWEET coordinator), Gina Rangel, Deb Levine (executive director of ISIS), Katie Hewitt and Chris DeHart pause during their busy schedule of events in San Francisco. Photo submitted ' 00outh travel tc, SF .c, 00nference OK, what is SWEET? And, what is Sex::Tech? Sierra West End Education- al Theatre or SWEET is a group of Plumas County young people learning to be peer health educators. Sex::Tech is an annual con- ference put on by ISIS, a non- profit that develops technolo- gy for promotion of sexual transmission. Its mission is to provide leadership, innova- tion, educational resources and research in online sexual health promotion. For the local youth, 15 - 20, this was an amazing op- portunity. Many of these young people had never been to San Francisco. Be- sides attending the confer- cabs; rode the cable car; went to Fisherman's Wharf and so much more. The SWEET youth had the opportunity to meet and in- teract with youth from a similar group in Berkeley called PASSHEN. The PASSHEN group works at Berkeley High School and provides a two-day course in physiology, as well as games and activities to make learn- ing health-related facts fun. There, ninth-grade students learn about STDs, HIV and birth control from PASSHEN educators. SWEET members also at- tended sessions on all sorts of technology and how to utilize Facebook, MySpace and Twit- health and healthy relation- ence they ate in wonderful sexual health information ter, among others, to promote I ships, and to prevent disease restaurants; rode in taxi that includes anatomy and healthy behaviors by youth. ' SAT prep closes 'FRC offers free interview woops at FRC. Harris is currently a copy editor and writer for the Pop- Sugar Network, an online magazine for young women. Upward Bound is not just for seniors; the sooner a par- ticipant is accepted into the program the more assistance UB can provide throughout high school. After April 1, UB will focus on eighth-grade recruitment. Any ninth- to llth-grade stu- dent who would benefit from college preparatory services, including a yearly summer academic program and col- lege tour, must submit an ap- plication by the April 1 dead- line as well. For more information on tle Upward Bound program or the SAT prep courses, con- tact Louise Biggs at 283-0202, ext. 266. Rico taught three years at Edison High School in Hunt- ington Beach. He also has extensive teach- ing experience through the University of Michigan's Summer Engineering Acade- my program, where he spent four summers teaching high school students mechanical engineering concepts in a "hands-on" environment. The English prep class will be held the following Satur- day, April 24, and will be taught by Mandy Harris. She is a Bay Area resident who has been teaching the SAT and ACT for several years, and served as the Northern California regional director for Ivy West Educational Ser- vices, a test preparation tutor- ing company. She has previously taught SAT/ACT workshops and DAVID gQeeee, e 16th Annual .. -. o . ." % Spnng Fling ..- One ,' Ad- |'' - dozen eggs "%: .... UIIL . ....... . , nlooen In plain .. Egg Hunt : sight, containing :  gifts and discount . April 2nd : coupons and "The Grand ; lOam-Spin " Golden Egg" (participants must be =- 18 yrs ... older or one egg per person) Open Mon.-Sat. 10-5 Sun. 10-4 Hwy 89, Crescent Mills 284-6016 Transportationfrom the outlying areas of Portola, Westwood, Chester and Greenville will be provided. The math and English test preparation classes will be conducted Saturdays at Feather River College from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. Completing the UB application is required to benefit from this service. The math prep class will be held Saturday, April 17, and will once again be taught by Jos Rico III, mathematics and physics instructor at Feather River College. Rico came to FRC from Taft College where he also taught mathematics. Prior to that, P ]) Feather River College's TRiO Upward Bound program will again offer free SAT prep classes for juniors and moti- vated sophomores. Students who want to par- ticipate in the test prep cours- es must complete and turn in a UB application and sign up at the high school offices of Chester, Greenville, Portola, Quincy or Westwood by April 1. Applications are available from school counselors and in the o/'fices of those schools. Participants will be pre- sented with a test prep book, as well as a scrumptious lunch from Backdoor Catering. {.osT SI[RRP, aelsS :r s 22 S;/n:al s Opening for the season Saturdays & Sundays: 10-3 SPRING TIME DEALS! Downtown Graeagle "on the green" 836-1708 WE'RE : 2010 SPRING SE