WEEK OF 01/27/2020

CALENDAR AT A GLANCE

TUTORING RESUMES AFTER SCHOOL IN THE LIBRARY

9TH GRADE VISIT TO SDSU

The 9th grade Compact for Success Visit to SDSU is scheduled for Wednesday, February 5th. The campus visit is open to ALL 9th grade students interested in attending. This is a wonderful opportunity for them to visit a university and receive a great deal of information on how to be college ready. Students will miss most of the school day and will receive lunch courtesy of SDSU. If your student is interested in attending, please return the print and return permission slip ASAP to the counseling center. Space is limited to the first 100 students that submit their permission slip. Thank you!

WHAT IS WASC

What is WASC? 

ACS WASC accreditation is a process schools use to monitor student learning and set school improvement goals. ACS WASC accreditation is an ongoing cycle of quality. Schools assess their program and the impact on student learning with respect to the ACS WASC criteria and other accreditation factors.

Every six years,* accredited schools conduct a self-study and host a self-study visit. The self-study process culminates in the refinement of a schoolwide action plan. Throughout the accreditation cycle, schools are expected to address the schoolwide action plan and demonstrate evidence of acceptable student achievement and school improvement. Appropriate reports and reviews throughout the six-year cycle of accreditation support this process.

ACS WASC accreditation is an ongoing six-year cycle of quality whereby the school demonstrates the capacity, commitment, and competence to support high-quality student learning and ongoing school improvement. The school assesses its program and its impact on student learning with respect to the ACS WASC criteria/indicators and other accreditation factors. Schools are expected to participate in self-study training provided by ACS WASC throughout the 18 months prior to the full self-study visit. This self-study process culminates in the refinement of a 3–5 year schoolwide action plan. Throughout the cycle, a school is expected to address the schoolwide action plan and demonstrate evidence of acceptable student achievement and school improvement.

Source: Accrediting Commission for Schools – Western Association of Schools and Colleges

EL STUDENT WORKSHOP ON TIME MANAGEMENT

On Wednesday, Jan 29, EL students are invited to a Time Management workshop during school in our MPR during the 9am tutorial time. Please have them sign up by clicking here

SWEETWATER SCHOOL DISTRICT S.T.E.A.M. OPPORTUNITIES

The Office of College and Career Readiness/STEAM for the Sweetwater Union High School District offers a variety of STEAM opportunities for students. For more information click on this link.

WEEK OF 01/20/2020

NO SCHOOL MONDAY IN CELEBRATION OF MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. DAY

WEEK AT A GLANCE

SCHEDULE NEXT WEEK

  • Mon 01/20/2020: No School, MLK Day
  • Tue 01/21/2020: 1-6 minimum & pro hour, dismissal 12:00pm**
  • Wed 01/22/2020 & Thu 01/23/2020 block day, dismissal 2:40PM
  • Frid 01/24/2020 Assembly day, dismissal 2:40PM

STUDENTS: MILESTONE DAYS ARE COMING UP, BRING YOUR CHARGED DEVICE!

January  22 – Grades 9 and 10 during second period ATP time

January 23 – Grades 11 and 12 during fifth period ATP time

Instructions will be posted in the Class of 20__ websites soon

Grade Level Milestones Dates to Remember:

Freshman Student – Led Conferences – Feb. 24 – 28 3 pm to 7 pm in the MPR  Schedule TBA

Sophomore Career Exploration Series – Career Panel Presentations held on Mondays from 1:30 – 2:40 starting January 27  to April 27 on designated pro-hour days

Junior Portfolio Exhibition (Note New Dates)– March 11-12 3 to 6 pm in the MPR Schedule TBA

Senior Showcase – Thursday, May 21

SPIRIT WEEK 01/21/2020

COFFEE WITH THE PRINCIPAL

SENIOR NAME CHECK FOR GRADUATION

SENIORS: Next week in your 2nd period you will receive a form to verify your name for graduation, here is a sample of the form. The form will have your name as it appears in our computers. Please return it singed by your parent no later than Friday as we start planning for graduation. Any questions please contact the registrar.

JOIN US FOR A MAGICAL NIGHT

The Performing Arts department invites Olympian HIgh School students and parents to join for a great play

PTSO OFFERS SAT PREP COURSE

UCSD MEDICAL CAREER DAY INVITATION


UCSD would like to invite your students to IHP’s Medical Career Day scheduled for Saturday, January 25th from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM at the Raza Resource Centro at UCSD.

IHP’s Medical Career Day is a unique opportunity for high school students to discover what the medical field has to offer. Students will gain hands on experience through participating in an immersive Trauma care workshop where they will learn about EKGs, how to intubate patients, and practice basic CPR skills. Students will also hear first-hand accounts from medical students and a diverse panel of medical professional in order to gain insight into the medical field. The cost to attend is completely free and includes lunch. The link to register can be found here.

All attendees are required to have a waiver signed in order to attend. If they are under 18, please have the waiver signed by their parents/guardians. Click here for the waiver.

STUDENT PARKING PERMITS

A number of students have begun driving to school this second semester.  A reminder that all students need to obtain a parking permit to park in our student parking lot. Please click on this link for more information. Please see Ms. Bumatay to apply or if you have questions.

Week of 1/15/2020

PLEASE CHECK YOUR FIRST PERIOD CLASS

Most students will have the same classes next semester but some will have different schedules. We ask all students to check for thier first period class by clicking on the FIRST PERIOD LIST so they can report to their correct class tomorrow.

WEEK AT A GLANCE

SCHEDULE THE NEXT TWO WEEKS

  • Mon 1/13/2020 & Tue 01/14/2019: No School
  • Wed 01/15/2020: Pro Hour, student dismissed at 1:03PM**
  • Thur 01/16/2020 & Fri 01/17/2019: 1-6 day, dismissal 2:40PM
  • NEXT WEEK
  • Mon 01/20/2020: No School, MLK Day
  • Tue 01/21/2020: 1-6 minimum & pro hour, dismissal 12:00pm**
  • Wed 01/22/2020 & Thu 01/23/2020 block day, dismissal 2:40PM
  • Frid 01/24/2020 Assembly day, dismissal 2:40PM

SPIRIT WEEK STARTS 01/21/2020

SENIOR ADD DEADLINE

Eagles! You only have a couple of days to get your ad placed in the yearbook. After the 16th you can no longer purchase an ad. Go to Jostens.com and search for Olympian and get that ad!

Adds can be for loved ones, school groups or friends on campus, or an add by a community memeber to advertise their business. Any questions please contact Mr. Dominguez at rick.dominguez@sweetwaterschools.org

JOIN US FOR A MAGICAL NIGHT

The Performing Arts department invites Olympian HIgh School students and parents to join for a great play

PTSO OFFERS SAT PREP COURSE

WEEK OF 12/02/2019 THROUGH 01/13/2019

A MESSAGE FROM PRINCIPAL CORDERO

Dear parents and guardians,

As we near the end of the second semester, I would like to thank you for your support and look forward to our continued partnership in providing each of our students with a quality education in a welcoming and safe school environment.

We would like to inform you that we will need to make some teacher and/or schedule changes for the second semester to reflect our enrollment needs, ensure proper placement and to meet teacher contractual class sizes.

It is now time to take a well-deserved break. I hope you get the chance to relax and spend time with your family/friends and come back excited about 2020! I wish each of you a happy holiday season!

Respectfully,
Dianne Cordero
Principal

STUDENTS RETURN WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15, 2020

CALENDAR AT A GLANCE

BLACK AND GOLD – VOLUME 2

The 2nd issue of Black and Gold, our school newspaper, is now available online. It features articles and photos of school activities, clubs, sports and performances. Enjoy.

Week of 12/16/2019

CALENDAR AT A GLANCE

WELCOME TO OUR 2ND MILITARY COUNSELOR AT OLYMPIAN HIGH

Earlier in the year we let our Military parents know the Department of Defense is providing professional licensed counselor for non-medical counseling services to Service members and their families, children and staff. Ms. Marjorie Sanchez LMFT started the year with us, and she is joined by a 2nd counselor assigned to Olympian high, Ms. Lyndsay Toner, LCSW. They can be found at our main office or you can call them at (619) 656-2400 or email at mflc.olympianhs.mhn@gmail.com. We thank them for providing this valuable resources to our students and community

A friendly reminder that a consent form must be signed for a military counselor to meet with your student.

FINALS SCHEDULE

  • PER 1 AND 2 – Wednesday, Dec. 18
  • PER 3 AND 4 – Thursday, Dec. 19
  • PER 5 AND 6 – Friday, Dec. 20

UGLY SWEATER DAY FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20

ASB would like everyone to participate in UGLY SWEATER DAY next week Friday.

DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS

Every day we make announcements, such as clubs, dances, sports and other school activities. If you miss one just pull up this page, we added a heading at the top.

WEEK OF 12/09/2019

CALENDAR AT A GLANCE


OLYMPIAN HOLIDAY SHOWCASE

The performing arts department at Olympian High School will hold it’s 14th Annual OHS VAPA Holiday Showcase. We will be featuring Dance, Drama, Choir, Guitar, Orchestra, Mariachi, and the Band program in the evening’s performances.  Come celebrate the arts being alive and well at Olympian High School Thursday evening at 6:30pm in the MPR.

FINALS ARE AROUND THE CORNER!

FINALS SCHEDULE

  • PER 1 AND 2 – Wednesday, Dec. 18
  • PER 3 AND 4 – Thursday, Dec. 19
  • PER 5 AND 6 – Friday, Dec. 20

EAGLE PRIDE POLICY

COFFEE WITH THE PRINCIPAL

PTSO would like to invite all parents and the Olympian Community to Coffee With The Principal next wee, hope you can make it.

INVITATION FOR OUR 9TH GRADE STUDENTS

Are you ready for finals? Are you sure? Come next Thursday afternoon to the school library to get ready for finals, and you get free cookies and chocolate on top of that. See you here.

POSADA NIGHT AT OLYMPIAN HIGH

Please join us next Friday for our annual Posada Night at Olympian High School

PTSO Opportunities to prepare for the SAT

The Olympian PTSO offers mini sessions and classes to prepare students for the college placement exams, please review the flyers bellow. Joining PTSO is easy, and it does not mean you are volunteering for anything, just follow this link

Week of 11/25 and 12/02

CALENDAR AT A GLANCE

HAPPY THANKSGIVING

The Olympian family wishes the Olympian students, family and community a Happy Thanksgiving.

STUDENT CAN CHOOSE TO USE THEIR OWN LAPTOP THROUGH OUR PERSONAL DEVICE PROGRAM (PDP)

Dear Parents, Caregivers and Students,

The district is piloting a Personal Device Program (PDP) at Olympian High School that will allow Students to use their home devices on our filtered Wifi server. Students that have a school laptop will return the device to the library if they wish to use their home device.

Platform requirements: Windows 10, MAC OS 10.1.2 or higher, and IOS 11.0 or higher

A consent and wavier form is required to sign up, you can click here to download it or pick up a copy from the Assistant Principal’s Office. Students over 18 may sign for themselves.

A couple of points to review from this consent form:

  • The school is not liable for personal devices.
  • There is no actual technical support available for home devices from the library or our technician that usually deal with school devices. However, if you do have issues please come by and see Mr. Govea in the office to see if there is something you need.
  • You are agreeing to the district established use of technology terms and conditions.
  • Personal devices will not be filtered at home.
  • Once online, the student will return the school device checked out to them.

Please return agreement to the Assistant Principal’s office. Once processed students will receive an email and parents will receive instructions on how to download the appropriate software for onboarding your home device.

Any questions please contact me via Jupiter Grades, or at michael.govea@sweetwaterschools.org at the office at (619) 656 – 2400.

Thank you

Mr. Govea

SPIRIT WEEK AFTER THE BREAK!

CREATING A POSITIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT: OLYMPIAN TEACHER AND CLASSROOM FEATURED ON TELEVISION

It is with great joy that we inform the Olympian community that our own Ms. Savino was featured in an article for helping create a positive learning environment in her classroom. You can read and see the interview using this link. Thank you for all you do for the Olympian students.

LOOKING FOR CAREER PANEL PRESENTERS

Mr. Patterson is looking for Career Panel Presenters for students., it is an opportunity to students to interact with professionals in a wide
variety of career areas to learn about what it takes to prepare for a specific job and what it takes to be successful. If interested in presenting to our students the dates and categories are listed in the sign-up page.

PTSO HAND SANITIZER AND TISSUE DRIVE

STUDENT OF THE MONTH FOR NOVEMBER: ISABELLA MOJICA

Jasmari Aquino, our ASB President, started the student of the month and is proud to let us know that Isabella Mojica was nominated by Mr. Tsuda, who wrote, “This is a sophomore in my AP Biology class, who plays on the Girl’s tennis team. She is a quiet, unsuspecting student. However, she is a perfect example of a student-athlete demonstrating the “Eagle way” because she lives out the motto, “student first and athlete second.“ She has found a way to handle her athletic duties on the court while putting in a tremendous amount of time into her studies. Over the last six weeks, I have observed this person putting in over 16 hours of study time at both Saturday school and after school tutoring for her latest AP Bio test. As a result of her hard work and dedication, she aced her test with the second highest grade in the class. Furthermore, she has inspired others to come to tutoring to achieve the same kind of success in AP Bio. She is a pleasure to have in class and her ability to inspire others only reassures my reasons for her nomination. I would proudly recognize her as Eagle of the Month for November”

Congratulations from Olympian High School

ENGLISH LEARNER AWARDS

Congratulations to the students that participated in the EL AWARDS night with Ms. Savino. Students were recognized for a variety of achievements in their classes, Olympian High School is proud of the students’ academic success.

WEEK OF 11/18/2019

CALENDAR AT A GLANCE

SENIORS: PLEASE CHECK YOUR PICTURE!

Olympian High School Community,

It has come to our attention that there are multiple issues in regards to yearbook photos. In a final step in correcting the situation, we are asking parents and students to help us in ensuring that all the students of Olympian High School have the proper portrait in the yearbook created for the school year 2019-2020.

For the time period of 11/20/2019  to 12/1/2019, digital and physical prints of all the portraits of 12th graders who took a formal photo, will be made available in room 358 and the ASB office during school hours for students and parents to review. A digital version of these files will be made available at the following website:

https://tinyurl.com/OHSPortraits

A sheet will accompany the hard copies of the portraits to take information regarding any errors found with a students portrait.

If there are issues with a student portrait and you are viewing the digital version, please email your corrections to OHSportraits@gmail.com with the following information:

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  • STUDENT NAME
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  • WRONG PHOTO
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  • NAME INCORRECT
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  • DUPLICATE PHOTOS
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  • OTHER ISSUE (Please describe in detail)

After 12/1/2019, Olympian High School Yearbook (OHSYrbk) will collect all the information and make corrections to the portraits. OHSYrbk will then be free of any liability regarding the above stated issues, if the issues were identified after 11:59pm on 12/1/2019. A refund will not be given on yearbook purchases due to an error that was not reported during the period of announcement to date of closure. 

OHSYrbk appreciates your cooperation and understanding in helping us to do our best in creating a yearbook that has as much student representation with as few errors as possible. We can only do this with your help.

Rick Dominguez

OHS Yearbook Advisor

9, 10 & 11 GRADE: PLEASE CHECK YOUR PICTURE!

Olympian High School Community,

It has come to our attention that there are multiple issues in regards to yearbook photos. In a final step in correcting the situation, we are asking parents and students to help us in ensuring that all the students of Olympian High School have the proper portrait in the yearbook created for the school year 2019-2020.

For the time period of 11/18/2019  to 12/1/2019, digital and physical prints of all the portraits of students grades 9 to 11 will be made available in room 358 and the ASB office during school hours for students and parents to review. A digital version of these files will be made available at the following website:

https://tinyurl.com/OHSPortraits

A sheet will accompany the hard copies of the portraits to take information regarding any errors found with a students portrait.

If there are issues with a student portrait and you are viewing the digital version, please email your corrections to OHSportraits@gmail.com with the following information:

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  • STUDENT NAME
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  • GRADE LEVEL
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  • STUDENT ID
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  • What is the issue with the photo
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    • WRONG PHOTO
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    • NAME INCORRECT
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    • GRADE INCORRECT
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    • DUPLICATE PHOTOS
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    • PHOTO MISSING
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    • OTHER ISSUE (Please describe in detail)
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After 12/1/2019, Olympian High School Yearbook (OHSYrbk) will collect all the information and make corrections to the portraits. OHSYrbk will then be free of any liability regarding the above stated issues, if the issues were identified after 11:59pm on 12/1/2019. A refund will not be given on yearbook purchases due to an error that was not reported during the period of announcement to date of closure. 

OHSYrbk appreciates your cooperation and understanding in helping us to do our best in creating a yearbook that has as much student representation with as few errors as possible. We can only do this with your help.

Rick Dominguez

OHS Yearbook Advisor

SCHOOL NEWSPAPER 2019 FIRST ISSUE

Mr. Exum and his student staff of writers have announce the first volume of the Black and Gold school newspaper. Thank you to the students and Mr. Exum for an excellent edition.

HELP OLYMPIAN KEEP US SAFE

Bullying, substance abuse, relationship violence, and gang activity thrive in environments where bystanders tolerate activities that they know are wrong. There are real and serious consequences that can result from these activities. Speaking out can make a difference in one person’s life or even your whole school.

Click to: Report an Incident Anonymously Now

or Call us Today!
888-580-8477

You can also download the P3 App to have access on your phone at all times. CLICK BELOW TO DOWNLOAD:

FOR ANDROID

IPHONE

For more information contact their office at (619) 275-8240 or info@sdcrimestoppers.org Students Speaking Out is a program of Crime Stoppers.

SMART SOCIAL MEDIA APP REVIEW FOR PARENTS

The SmartSocial.com team scours the internet to find the good and bad teen apps you need to know about.  Their Parent App Guides are based on real questions they get from parents and educators all over the world. Instead of keeping their research private, they share a Parent App Guide which helps parents know safety risks of some of those Apps.

STUDENT, PARENTS & COMMUNITY: YOU CAN BUY AN ADD IN OUR YEARBOOK

Parents, Senior Ads are ready for you to use and design for this year’s yearbook. Visit https://www.jostens.com/apps/jcom/router.mvc?affiliateId=1661839 to create your ad online.


Seniors and and all Eagles! Senior Ads aren’t just for parents, create a lasting memory for you and your family with a Senior Ad in the yearbook. Get your clique together and carve out your own space in the yearbook by buying a spot as a group or go solo. Underclassmen buy your favorite senior an ad to show how much you love them. Ask a yearbook creator for info or look for our posters around campus. You can also visit https://www.jostens.com/apps/jcom/router.mvc?affiliateId=1661839 to purchase an ad.

If you have questions or need more information please contact Mr. Dominguez at rick.dominguez@sweetwaterschools.org

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR EAGLE TENNIS TEAM

Congratulations to coach Erick and his team of athletes for winning our first ever Division Championship for Olympian High School. They were featured in an article in the Chula Vista Star News. Olympian High and the Chula Vista Community is proud of our girls Tennis team.

 PARENT GUIDE TO CHECK ATTENDANCE AND STUDENT RECORDS

Parents that would like to check attendance can do so by going to the Infinite Campus Portal . Basic instructions can be found bellow. If you have any questions please call and ask for attendance at (619)656 – 2400

WEEK OF 11/12/2019

WEEK AT A GLANCE

CELEBRATING VETERANS DAYS

Olympian High School thanks all veterans for serving in our armed forces, including our own Ms. Magaraci, Mr. Claudio, Mr. Collins, Ms. Kumar and our Military Counselor, Ms. Sanchez. We are proud of your service to our country.

LIBRARY OPENS FROM 7:00AM TO 7:23AM

Staff will open the library from 7:00AM until the bell rings. Students can do homework, print assignments or just get out of the cold.

COFFEE WITH THE PRINCIPAL

On Wednesday, Nov 13 at 7:30AM parents are invited to join the principal for coffee and discussions about the school. Additionally, the same evening PTSO will have a meeting at 6pm. Remember, you don’t have to volunteer to help out, join PTSO

COMMUNITY SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

The minimum requirement as part of the high school graduation requirements is to complete 30 hours of community service.  However, we encourage you to do more! We will leave a link at the top of this newsletter in case you are looking for opportunities to serve the community now or in the future.

WINTER SPORTS TRYOUT SCHEDULE

JOIN US FOR AN EVENING OF FUN

The Olympian High School Drama Department invites all students and parents for a fantastic night of fun and excitement. Hope to see you there.

COME ENJOY THE THE DANCE CONCERT

Our own Olypian High School Dance Department wants to invite everyone to come enjoy some great performances while supporting our OLH dancers. Hope you can make it.

LIFECHANGER OF THE YEAR NOMINEE

It is our pleasure to announce to the Chula Vista community that our very own Olympian teacher, Ms. Savino, from our English Deparment, has been entered as LIFECHANGER OF THE YEAR NOMINEE. You can read about her and vote using this link. We are proud and honored to have her as a teacher at Olympian High School.

STEM RESEARCH FAIR

The Sweetwater STEM Research Fair (SSRF) has been showcasing district Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math  projects since 1998, when 50 students from 6 schools participated.  Since then, the STEM Research Fair has grown to 200+ students with 180+ projects representing 12 district schools.  Through the years over 2,200 students have participated, with more than 500 going on to the Greater San Diego Science and Engineering Fair (GSDSEF).

The 2019-20 Sweetwater STEM Research Fair will take place at Sweetwater High School on Thursday, February 6, 2020, please click on this link for additional information

KidsWrite! SD: A Unique Children’s Writing Contest

Students from 6 to 18 years of age can participate in a creative writing contest centered on the theme of freedom and sponsored by the San Diego Writers Festival in partnership with The San Diego Union-Tribune. The submission categories are poetry, reflective essay, short story, and graphic novella. There is a Special Writers division for writers with special needs. There will be cash prizes for winners in each category and the top entries may be published in The San Diego Union-Tribune. The submission deadline is Jan. 2. Visit the KidsWrite! contest webpage for more information.

Teacher and Student Recognition and Incentive Programs

The programs below accept nominations throughout the school year. Check out the details on the San Diego County Office of Education’s Celebrate School Stars webpage, and nominate a school star or two!

Class Acts 

Nominate a deserving teacher to win $200 to use on supplies or classroom projects. Radio station Jam’n 95.7 and Mission Federal Credit Union visit a classroom every Tuesday throughout the school year with great prizes and a fun time. Self-nominations are accepted.

NBC San Diego Inspirational Student and Teacher of the Month 

SDCOE and NBC 7 San Diego are looking for inspirational students and teachers who are outstanding individuals on campus and within their community. Surprise a stellar junior or senior student or a dedicated educator with a visit from NBC 7 for a segment on a weekday newscast recognizing what makes them special.

Teachers are Heroes 

Nominate a K-5 teacher who goes above and beyond for their students with a surprise recognition and award for the teacher and their whole class. Self-nominations are not accepted.

USD Torero Achievement Club  Teachers of grades 3 through 8 can take their class or some star students on a campus tour of the University of San Diego followed by a Torero home game, including a voucher for concessions.

WEEK OF 11/4/2019

CALENDAR AT A GLANCE

ART 4 CHANGE NIGHT TO RAISE FUNDS FOR EARTH GUARDIANS.

See the flyer bellow, hope you can join us on Thursday

In the next couple of weeks students throughout the district will be taking the CORE SEL Survey in their classrooms, we wanted to inform parents in case this comes up in conversation with students.

STAFF PUTS ON A SHOW FOR THE STUDENTS FOR HALLOWEEN

You might have heard from your students about our yearly assembly for Halloween, we had many departments take part and we thank our staff for the great memories for the students.

HELMETS FOR STUDENTS RIDING BICYCLES REQUIRED

The Chula Vista Police Department is partnering with schools to help promote and enforce the wearing of helmets by bike riders. We ask all parents to please talk to their students in helping us keep them safe on the way to and from school. The police department will start enforcement efforts throughout the community, we ask all students to think safety first.

STUDENTS TO LOCK UP THEIR SKATEBOARDS AND SCOOTERS

In October, the school posted on this newsletter that students are expected to lock up their skateboards and scooters. A friendly reminder that the school will start enforcing this new rule in the upcoming weeks. We ask all skateboarders and scooter riders to please bring a lock and use the rack provided.

PLEASE HELP SONNY IN THE PARKING LOT

We ask all drivers to please take caution while driving in our school parking lot. Please watch your speed and be aware of students or other cars while on campus. Lets help Sonny in keeping all of us safe.

CANINE AMBASSADORS TO VISIT OLYMPIAN AGAIN

The Humane Society’s Canine Ambassadors is having its second visit to Olympian on Wednesday November 6th. This session is full but we are taking applications for the next session on Wednesday December 4th. You must have a parent or guardian sign a waiver form, available in rooms 609, 401, and in the counseling center. Return the form to the box in the counseling center. Students will be given a pass with their timeslot next week.

PLEASE HELP THE SURF CLUB RAISE MONEY

The Olympian Surf Club is raising money to go surfing by selling hoodies for $30. Students or parents can order by printing the Order Form, or picking one up at the Assistant Prinicipal’s Office, and dropping it off with payment to Mr. Govea.

MILITARY COUNSELOR

Earlier in the year we let our Military parents know the Department of Defense is providing professional licensed counselor for non-medical counseling services to Service members and their families, children and staff. The Military liaison is Ms. Marjorie Sanchez LMFT. She can be found at our main office or you can call her at (619) 656-2400 or via email at mflc.olympianhs.mhn@gmail.com.

A friendly reminder that a consent form must be signed for her to see the student.

ACHIEVEMENT RECOGNITION FOR OLH GIRL SCOUT

It is our honor to celebrate our very own Olympian Eagle, Sofia Perez Valles, for having received the highest award available by the San Diego Girls Scouts. We are very proud of her achievement, you can look at the awards and information at the Gold Award Ceremony web page.

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