EAST NICOLAUS HIGH SCHOOL – DAILY BULLETIN March 15, 2012
· The academic E-Application is out. The Academic E celebrates the well-rounded student, one who is involved both on and off campus, within the community, and additionally succeeds in his/her academics, showing all of the ESLRs. Please make sure you pick one up in Mrs. Heinberger’s room as soon as you can because they are due April 1st.
· Our school joins 25,000 schools nationwide in the Pennies for Patients Program. For the next few weeks, we will help people who are sick with blood
cancers like leukemia, lymphoma, and myeloma. All you have to do is collect coins and other donations and put them in your class collection box. Remember that every penny counts. Our school goal is $1,500.00. Make sure to look for your class boxes.
· Congratulations to Shelby Wilson on being accepted at UC Santa Cruz! Good job seniors! Who's next?
· Be sure to exude your school spirit by wearing Red and White on Friday.
· Did you know that around 2 billion pennies would be needed to make a line of pennies around the Earth? Last year, students across the country raised over $26 million dollars. Stacked on top of one another, that’s enough pennies to make it around the world 1.3 times! Freshmen are still winning with $86.71, sophomores are back in second with $23.87, seniors are in third with $15.91 and juniors are still behind with $12.56.
· Seniors: The Hope of America application deadline has been moved up a day to today, Thursday, March 15th, by 3:15pm to the Counseling Office.
· Sophomores & Juniors: If you're interested in attending the University of Oregon, they are hosting a reception for prospective students on Saturday, March 24 from 11am to noon @ the Hilton Sacramento Arden West. RSVP online @ admissions.uoregon.edu/jduckby Wednesday, March 21st.
· Mira Loma High School is hosting a Spring College Fair, Sunday, April 15, 2012 from 1:00pm - 4:00pm @ Mira Loma High School. The event and parking are free. There will be representatives from over 150 colleges, universities, technical/specialty schools and military academies/ROTC, as well as Financial Aid workshops and SAT/ACT information. You can register at www.wacac.org/collegefairs. This is a great opportunity for sophomores and juniors to begin their college search!