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May 4, 2017

 Athletics:

Sport

Level

Date

Opponent

Site

Time

Boy’s LAX

Varsity

5/4

Santana

Santana

7:00

Softball

JV & Varsity

5/4

Steele Canyon

Steele Canyon

4:00

Swim & Dive

JV

5/4

League Finals

Granite Hills

4:30

Baseball

Varsity

5/5

Granite Hills

Grossmont

4:00

Baseball

JV

5/5

Granite Hills

Granite Hills

4:00

Swim & Dive

Varsity

5/5

League Finals

Granite Hills

5:30

Track & Field

JV

5/5

League Finals

Mount Miguel

3:00

 

New News:

May is Mental Health Matters Month:  Millions across the nation will unite to spread awareness and show support for the importance of mental health issues.  Did you know half of us will have a mental health challenge over the course of our lifetime? Yet research shows that many people--particularly young people--wait a long time to get help due to fears of being labeled or stigmatized. The fact is with support and appropriate treatment people with mental health challenges can, and do, get better.  

California’s Mental Health Movement, Each Mind Matters, invites you to join Californians in spreading awareness about the importance of mental health. Stay tuned each week in May for email updates on:

  • Tips on how to achieve mental health and well-being

  • How to create a supportive community where everyone can reach out for help

  • Tools to help fight the stigma surrounding mental illness

 

Your​ Inner-Tube Water Polo Tournament is ​BACK... get your teams together! Friday, ​May ​26th at ​3​:​15​ pm​ is the BIG day! The entry fee is $​42 ​for a team.  7 students per team.  There is a “Senior Discount” of $3​5​ for an ​ALL senior team.  Pick up your Entry ​form & ​wa​ivers in ​Ms. Wilson's room, 760.  First come, first served.  Entries are due by Friday, May ​19th.  No Water Polo experience necessary!  ​Google Inner tube water polo... it is hilarious!

Seniors:  Cuyamaca College will have a representative here Monday, May 8th in the Career Center. If you have any questions regarding the priority registration process, assessment testing, or just college questions in general, he is the person to talk to. If you are interested in talking to him, sign up in the Career Center.

Girls Basketball:  Attention all girls interested in playing basketball!  We will be having open gym every Tuesday and Thursday from 5pm to 8pm. Anyone interested in playing is welcome to come out and participate.

Attention all sophomores and juniors that are interested in playing football next year: There will be a mandatory meeting TODAY at lunch in room 1461. See Coach Karlo if you have any questions.

Foothillers:  Are you interested in serving on the City of La Mesa's Youth Advisory Commission?  You must live in the city limits of La Mesa to be eligible for the position. If you are interested, stop by and see your counselor for more details.

Seniors:  Not sure what you want to do in life? Like to work with your hands? There is an apprenticeship fair on May 12, from 7:30 A.M. - 10 A.M. If you are interested in fields such as construction, plumbing, or electrical, this is a great opportunity for you! See Mrs. Thren in room 565 to register. Space is limited so hurry!

Leadership Cords:  Leadership Cord applications are available in the ASB room.  Applications are due no later than Friday, May 12th.

Attention Seniors:  Prom is May 27th. Prom bids are now on sale. All students attending Prom must have the Clearance form signed off before purchasing their bid. Clearance forms and Guest Passes are available in the Main Office, Library, and Finance Office. All fines must be cleared before your Prom bid may be purchased. Please take care of any fines immediately.

Club Meetings:

Grossmont Inclusion Club:  Come join us TODAY at lunch in Mr. G's room for a potluck. Please bring something to share with peers.  See you there!

Black Student Union Club:  Anew club, BSU (black student union), is beginning now. The first meeting is tomorrow at lunch in room 1404, Mr. Patterson's room.

Mr. Neill’s Club for Gentlemen:  Our meeting has been moved to Friday at lunch,  Get ready for Prom and check in Friday!  Room 865.

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