Tuesday & Wednesday, October 23 & 24 – Late Start Days
Monday, October 29 – PTSA Meeting at 6:00 pm, and Screening of “Angst” at 7:00 pm, in the Auditorium
Monday, November 5 – Pupil Free Day, No School
Wednesday, November 7 – Dine Out Fundraiser at Canoe House
Monday, November 12 – Veteran’s Day Holiday, No School
Please join us for our next PTSA Meeting on Monday, October 29 at 6:00 pm in the Auditorium. This will be followed by our next PTSA Forum, including a screening of the documentary “Angst.”
As of 2011-2012, more than 1 in 20, or 2.6 million, U.S. children aged 6-17 years had current anxiety or depression that had previously been diagnosed by a health care provider. (Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics).
Angst is a 43-minute film that explores anxiety, its causes, effects and what we can do about it.
Join us for a screening on 10/29 at SPHS. Parents, students, all are welcome! Appropriate for ages 10 & up.
Then join our special guest – Natasha Prime, MSW School Social Worker and Child Welfare Counselor – to answer your questions & talk about resources in our schools & district.
For the SPHS screening on 10/29, register HERE.
The goal of the Femineer program is to close the gender gap in engineering and other STEM fields. It’s a 3 year program, developed by Cal Poly Pomona College of Engineering, that includes creative robotics, wearable technology, and Raspberry Pi robotics. Girls learn to work with circuitry, soldering, programming, and more. Applications are due 10/29. Download the application HERE.
All students are invited to participate and submit original artwork in one of six categories: Dance/choreography, Literature, Photography, Film production, Music composition, or Visual arts.
Visit https://www.pta.org/home/programs/reflections for more information or to enter. Deadline is October 31.
Children age 10 and younger can participate in the Tiger Cub Run on the SPHS Football field and each junior runner receives a t-shirt and medal.
Additionally, SoPas teachers, students and families can receive a $5.00 discount by entering ‘TRun’ in the promo field when they register online at www.SPTigerRun.com
The SkillsUSA chapter at the High School is holding a used shoe drive to benefit the American Soldier Network and third world families. They are seeking donations of gently used shoes which will be shipped to developing nations where they will be refurbished and or recycled to provide jobs. Proceeds will come back to California to benefit local veterans in the form of mental health support programs to help them cope with re-entering society.
Donation boxes will be located at all school sites, and at the High School main office, and room 613. All donations need to be completed by October 31st. No flip flops please.
For additional information contact Sandra Matson-Fennell, SkillsUSA advisor at (626) 441-5820 x2613
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