Announcements Week 03/18/19-03/22/19

Chinese Culture Club 3/18-3/22

Are you interested in art? Come to Chinese Culture Club at U14 this Friday to learn about Chinese painting!

French 3/15-3/22

Interested in hosting a teacher from France? We have placed all our students and are now looking for hosts for the two English teachers for two weeks from Mar 31 - Apr 14. Contact Mme Burton if interested,

Math Club 3/18-3/19

There is a math contest on Tuesday at lunch. Calculators are allowed.

Tutoring Center 3/18-3/22

What? The quarter ends Friday? Tutoring can help this week in any subject as well as test prep, project completion and study tips! We can help in all areas, including writing, so please seek support! Open every 0 period and after school Mon-Thurs 3:20-4:25 pm.

College and Career Center 3/18-3/20

Come to your College and Career Center during lunch this Thursday to speak to a student ambassador from Yale University. Check your email for the link to register your attendance.

College and Career 3/18

Interested in working in the trades when you graduate?? See Mrs Rasor today in your College and Career Center for more information.

Leadership 1 3/18-3/22

​Kindness week is this week. You can make friendship bracelets in the quad on​​Tuesday and Wednesday​. ​You can help create a chalk mural in the quad on Thursday and Friday. Come celebrate kindness week!

Dance Club 3/18-3/22

Auditions for Advanced and Intermediate Dance 2019-20 year will be held on March 19 and 22nd in the dance studio from 3:30 -5:30pm. You should commit to being present on both days. Open to all students and eighth graders, all genders and ages.

PTA Reflections Art Contest

Exciting news Scots! Our own Cindy Chen, 11th grade, has won Best Interpretation in the State level round of the PTA Reflections Art Contest! She will be honored at the PTA Convention in May. If you see her around, give her a high five!!

AP Seminar 3/19-3/22

Hey there Sophomore! That's right, this announcement is JUST for you sophomores! Please don't forget about AP Seminar when you're choosing your classes for next year. AP Seminar is a perfect first AP class for you, where you're guaranteed to improve your researching, collaboration, and presentation skills. This class is the first year of a new two year program called AP Capstone. If you have questions, come see Mrs. Shusterman in C14, or email her at

Got Your Grad Night 2019 Ticket?

Attention Senior Parents/Guardians,

 Grad Night 2019 tickets are still available for purchase. Save $15 if you purchase a ticket now through Mar 24th at the $125 price. Why? Because the price goes up to $140 on Mar 25th!

Don't delay, purchase today: Grad Night Registration and WaiverLinks to an external site. 

Questions? Interested in Volunteering? Please contact either of the Grad Night 2019 Co-Chairs, Ivy Franaszek or Kathryn Zorb at

2019-2020 registration begins February 11

Please review information on this document and monitor your SEQ accounts for your personal counselor appointment to select classes for next school year. If you have questions, please communicate with your counselor. to an external site.

CAASPP Assessment Information

Please see the following document for standardized assessments administered in March and April:

2019 CAASPP Assessment InformationLinks to an external site.

San Mateo County Youth Commission Human Rights Committee Public Events-2nd Annual "Young Women's Mentorship Night" and April "Unheard Voices" Poetry Slam

April 26th Unheard Voices Poetry Slam

Brief Description:

In celebration of National Poetry Month and of the great diversity in youth voices our county has, the human rights committee has decided to host our first-ever poetry slam. This is in collaboration with the San Mateo County Arts Commission. We hope to have students share about anything relating to human rights. Students can write an original poem or read a poem that inspires them. We politely ask that poems be kept around 1-3 minutes long, maximum of 7 minutes to allow time for many different perspectives.

When: Friday, April 26, 2019, National Poetry Month 6:00-9:00 pm Room 100

Who: Any San Mateo County youth!

Why: To provide an opportunity for youth in our county to share their opinions and unique perspectives on current topics. And to bring together youth from different schools to meet and enjoy listening to the voices of their peers over free food and free entry.

To submit a poem or RSVP using this link: to an external site.  or click here.Links to an external site.

SBAC: English and GMRT Testing Schedule

Wednesday, March 20, 2019

0 - 8-8:55am

1 - 9:02-10:47am

Break 10:47-11:05am

3 - 11:05-12:50pm

Lunch 12:50-1:30pm

5 - 1:30-3:15pm

Thursday, March 21, 2019

0 - 8-8:55am

2 - 9:02-10:47am

Break 10:47-11:05am

4 - 11:05-12:50pm

Lunch 12:50-1:30pm

6 - 1:30-3:15pm