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SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

 

Today’s Thought

 

Success is no accident. It is hard work, perseverance, learning, studying, sacrifice and most of all, love of what you are doing or learning to do.  – Pele
 

Today’s news

 

STUDENT STORE NEWS:   If you haven’t already got a class shirt this year, now is the time to do it!  This week class shirts will be marked down by $2.00, so come by the Student Store and pick one up!  (Shupe 3/31)

 

H-I-L-A-R-I-O-U-S. Hilarious. “Boisterously merry; extremely funny.” Hilarious. THEATREworks’ mainstage production of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, promises to be a HILARIOUS good time! At The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, six mid-pubescents vie for the spelling championship of a lifetime. Six spellers enter; but only one speller leaves the Spelling Champion of Putnam County! The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee is coming NEXT WEEK to the SHELDON PAC. For more information, “like” Sheldon High School THEATREworks on Facebook or follow @SheldonTheatre1 on Twitter. Don’t miss Sheldon THEATREworks’ production of this Broadway hit!  (Howard 3/31)

 

Hey, hey, Huskies! The very last Food Faire of the year is TOMORROW! Tickets will be sold before school at 9AM and during both lunches. Don't forget!!  (Grivel 3/28)

 

"Hey Huskies, come out to Precision Drill Team auditions the first week of April.  April 3rd will be the first day in K011 dance room from 3:15-3:30.  It will be an informational meeting explaining the details of the rest of the week’s audition process.  Final auditions will be held Friday, April 7th."  (Kendro 3/31)

 

Attention all students using the Student Parking Lot – Please be reminded that the first four parking rows closest to the school are reserved for STAFF ONLY.  If you park in one of these rows without a valid STAFF PARKING PERMIT you may be towed.  Thank you for your cooperation. (Mola 3/29)

 

Class and College News

 

“ATTENTION ALL FRESHMEN WHO SIGNED UP FOR AP WORLD HISTORY NEXT YEAR!!!! There is a MANDATORY meeting tomorrow, March 29th, in the cafeteria at 3:15 with Ms. Newton and Mr. Goodwin. See you there!” (M. Newton 3/29)

 

Hey hey seniors! ball tickets are now on sale! buy yours today at the student store window for $60 with asb and $65 without.. don't miss out...   (Weaver 3/31)

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Posted by: Cheryl Sedgwick
Published: 3/28/17

Audience: Homepage

SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Monday, March 27, 2017

 

Today’s Thought

 

Ability is what you're capable of doing. Motivation determines what you do. Attitude determines how well you do it. – Lou Holtz
 

Today’s news

 

STUDENT STORE NEWS:   If you haven’t already got a class shirt this year, now is the time to do it!  Starting today, class shirts will be marked down $2.00, so come by the Student Store and pick one up!  (Shupe 3/27)

 

Hey, hey, Huskies! The very last Food Faire of the year is THIS WEDNESDAY! Tickets will be sold before school at 9AM and during both lunches. Don't forget!!  (Grivel 3/28)

 

Class and College News

 

“ATTENTION ALL FRESHMEN WHO SIGNED UP FOR AP WORLD HISTORY NEXT YEAR!!!! There is a MANDATORY meeting this Wednesday, March 29th, in the cafeteria at 3:15 with Ms. Newton and Mr. Goodwin. See you there!” (M. Newton 3/29)

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Posted by: Cheryl Sedgwick
Published: 3/27/17

Audience: Homepage

Please join us in the Sheldon Cafeteria on Wednesday, April 5th from 6:00 - 8:00PM for Junior Parent Night.  

College Information 6:00 - 7:00 

Representatives from Cosumnes River College, CSU Sacramento and UC Davis will provide:

  • Community College, CSU and UC information
  • Timelines, Tests, Admission Requirements
  • Panel Discussion

Senior Information 7:00 - 8:00 

Sheldon ASB Students will provide details about:

  • Senior Activities
  • Senior Payment Plan
  • Senior Portraits
  • Cap and Gown, Class Rings

The senior year is fun-filled and very busy... don't miss this opportunity to get important information that will help you successfully navigate the year and minimize your stress levels.  

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Posted by: Angela McCabe
Published: 3/27/17

Audience: Adv Chld Thtr Period 3, Adv Thtr H Period 3, CTE Mainstage Production Period 9, Mentoring Program Period 5, Theater 1 Period 1, Vapa Intern Period 1, Craig Howard, Adv Chld Thtr Site, Adv Thtr H Site, Mentoring Program Site, Theater 1 Site, Theater 2 Site, Theater 3 Site, Vapa Intern Site, 25th ANNUAL PUTNAM COUNTY SPELLING BEE Cast and Crew, 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee Production Staff, Advanced Theatre 2016-2017, Advanced Theatre 2017-2018, Artswork Academy, Ashland...Oregon Shakespeare Festival Trip Goers 2017, Club Leadership, EGUSD Theatre, LEGALLY BLONDE Spring 2016, Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing - Spring Production, TEAM Husky 16-17, The HEART of ROBIN HOOD Cast and Crew, The Miracle Worker Cast and Crew, Assistant Principals, Associates, Parents, Principals, Staff, Students, Sys Admins, Teachers, All Grades, Grade 07, Grade 08, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12 and Homepage

How do you spell H-I-L-A-R-I-O-U-S?

Sheldon High School THEATREworks is proud to present its SPRING production of the hit Broadway Musical

THE 25TH ANNUAL PUTNAM COUNTY SPELLING BEE

Sheldon High School Performing Arts Center
April 7, 8, 20, 21, and 22 @ 7:00 pm
April 22 @ 2:00 pm

 


 

At The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, an eclectic group of six mid-pubescents vie for the spelling championship of a lifetime. While candidly disclosing hilarious and touching stories from their home life, the tweens spell their way through a series of [potentially made-up] words hoping to never hear the soul-crushing, pout-inducing, life un-affirming "ding" of the bell that signals a spelling mistake. Six spellers enter; one speller leaves! At least the losers get a juice box.

Winner of the Tony and the Drama Desk Awards for Best Book, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee has charmed audiences across the country with its effortless wit and humor. A riotous ride, complete with audience participation, Spelling Bee is a delightful den of comedic genius and a fast-paced crowd pleaser and an instant theatre patron favorite.

This production of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee is directed by Craig Howard, assisted by Royea Fox, with choreography by Katie Rogers, musical direction by Stafford Hebert and Justin Bunselmeier, costumes by Denise Lorenz, technical direction by Larry Fox, and design by Larry Fox and Steven Adkins.

Opening night of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee is Friday, April 7, at 7:00 PM. The production runs April 8, 20, 21, and 22. Show time is 7:00 PM on Thursday through Saturday. A matinee will be performed on Saturday, April 22, at 2:00 PM in addition to the 7:00 PM show. The production will be held at the PERFORMING ARTS CENTER THEATRE to the North of the Sheldon campus, 8333 Kingsbridge Drive. Ticket prices are $12.00 general admission, $10 children under 10. Tickets go on sale March 27th. For ticket reservations and additional information, call (916)681-7500, ext. 43682, email jchoward@egusd.net, or find us on BrownPaperTickets.com.

Don’t miss Sheldon THEATREworks’ production of this Broadway hit!
It’s H-I-L-A-R-I-O-U-S!

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Posted by: Craig Howard, Teacher, Sheldon High School
Published: 3/25/17

Audience: Homepage

SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Friday, March 24, 2017

 

Pledge

 

I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. 

 

Today’s news

 

STUDENT STORE NEWS:  This week’s Student Store Special is Original Cheddar Baked Cheetos for only 50 cents, while supplies last.    Also - If you haven’t already got a class shirt this year, now is the time to do it! Starting Monday, class shirts will be marked down $2.00, so come by the Student Store and pick one up next week!  (Shupe 3/24)

 

“Japan Club is still going to the Cherry Blossom Festival and forms are available now in E-001 for pick-up. This applies to students who are currently in Japanese or have been in one of the classes but an exception will be made if all spots are not filled. There will be an optional meeting on April 5th for those going to the trip to brief about what to expect and bring. Spots are still limited so get your form while you still can.”  (Montague 3/24)

 

Hey, hey, Huskies! The very last Food Faire of the year is NEXT WEDNESDAY! Tickets will be sold before school at 9AM and during both lunches. Don't forget!!  (Grivel 3/24)

 

“More than 13 million people in Syria need humanitarian assistance due to the violent war that began in 2011, according to World Vision. 470,000 have already been killed and millions of children have been forced to quit school. Currently, Project Serving Humanity is collecting donations to help the Syrian Refugees Crisis. We need YOUR help so please come out on TODAY, Thursday, and Friday during lunch and donate in the quad. Our goal is to raise $1000. SAY WHAT? 1000 dollars? Yes, because with a school of 2400 hearts, yes we can! So come on out and serve humanity. Come on out and help humanity. Come on out and be a part of humanity!"  (Goodwin 3/24)

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Posted by: Cheryl Sedgwick
Published: 3/24/17

Audience: Homepage

SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Thursday, March 23, 2017

 

Today’s Thought

 

Beware of little expenses. A small leak will sink a great ship. – Benjamin Franklin

 

Today’s news

 

STUDENT STORE NEWS:  “This week’s Student Store Special is Original Cheddar Baked Cheetos for only 50 cents, while supplies last.”  (Shupe 3/24)

 

“Japan Club is still going to the Cherry Blossom Festival and forms are available now in E-001 for pick-up. This applies to students who are currently in Japanese or have been in one of the classes but an exception will be made if all spots are not filled. There will be an optional meeting on April 5th for those going to the trip to brief about what to expect and bring. Spots are still limited so get your form while you still can.”  (Montague 3/24)

 

Hey, hey, Huskies! The very last Food Faire of the year is NEXT WEDNESDAY! Tickets will be sold before school at 9AM and during both lunches. Don't forget!!

 

“More than 13 million people in Syria need humanitarian assistance due to the violent war that began in 2011, according to World Vision. 470,000 have already been killed and millions of children have been forced to quit school. Currently, Project Serving Humanity is collecting donations to help the Syrian Refugees Crisis. We need YOUR help so please come out on TODAY, Thursday, and Friday during lunch and donate in the quad. Our goal is to raise $1000. SAY WHAT? 1000 dollars? Yes, because with a school of 2400 hearts, yes we can! So come on out and serve humanity. Come on out and help humanity. Come on out and be a part of humanity!"  (Goodwin 3/24)

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Posted by: Cheryl Sedgwick
Published: 3/23/17

Audience: Homepage

Monday - Superhero Day

  • Dress up as your favorite superhero and save the world.

Tuesday - Group Day 

  • The world is ending. Team up together and dress up as characters with your group of friends

Wednesday - Dress your BEST

  • Dress to impress. 

Thursday - GLOW ALL OUT!

  • The only way to prepare for the apocalypse is to glow out and go crazy with neon.

Friday - TEAL, BLACK, WHITE apparel 

  • Show your husky pride.  Dress in black for a Black Out at the rally.
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Posted by: Craig Grivel
Published: 3/23/17

Audience: Homepage

Buy your tickets at the student store on March 29th in the morning or during your lunch

  • Each ticket is 50 cents
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Posted by: Maliyah Chai Almazan
Published: 3/23/17

Audience: Homepage

SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

 

Today’s Thought

 

The price of greatness is responsibility. – Winston Churchill

 

Today’s news

 

STUDENT STORE NEWS:  “This week’s Student Store Special is Original Cheddar Baked Cheetos for only 50 cents, while supplies last.”  (Shupe 3/24)

 

“Japan Club is still going to the Cherry Blossom Festival and forms are available now in E-001 for pick-up. This applies to students who are currently in Japanese or have been in one of the classes but an exception will be made if all spots are not filled. There will be an optional meeting on April 5th for those going to the trip to brief about what to expect and bring. Spots are still limited so get your form while you still can.”  (Montague 3/24)

 

Each day, 750 pints of blood need to be collected in order to serve over 40 hospitals in Northern and Central California.  It is up to donors like you to help Blood Source meet these requirements in order to help individuals who have been affected by car accidents, cancer, surgery, and genetic blood disorders.   Donors must be 16 and weigh 110 pounds.  Donate Tuesday, April 4th & receive a t-shirt, candy, food, and other prizes!   CONSENT FORMS available in D119.  (Cecil 3/22)

 

"More than 13 million people in Syria need humanitarian assistance due to the violent war that began in 2011, according to World Vision. 470,000 have already been killed and millions of children have been forced to quit school. Currently, Project Serving Humanity is collecting donations to help the Syrian Refugees Crisis. We need YOUR help so please come out on TODAY, Thursday, and Friday during lunch and donate in the quad. Our goal is to raise $1000. SAY WHAT? 1000 dollars? Yes, because with a school of 2400 hearts, yes we can! So come on out and serve humanity. Come on out and help humanity. Come on out and be a part of humanity!"  (Goodwin 3/24)

 

Attention La RAZA members we will be having a meeting TODAY, Wednesday March 22nd in the Career center after school.  There will be a special presentation by Sacramento City College regarding Students in A Global Economy (SAGE) Program.  Please arrive immediately after school, GRACIAS!  (Cortez 3/22)

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Posted by: Cheryl Sedgwick
Published: 3/22/17

Audience: Homepage

Project R.I.D.E. offers therapeutic recreational horseback riding instruction to over 500 riders with disabilities. 

The Project R.I.D.E. Summer Leadership Institute is a special summer volunteering program geared toward highly motivated and mature high school student volunteers who would like t learn more about horses and working with kids with special needs.

Interested rising high school sophomores thru seniors can submit an application.  Preference is given to applicants 16 and older but younger applicants may be considered based on maturity level.  Volunteers will be selected by competitive application/interview process.

You must commit to serving at least 100 hours during your 10-11 week assignment.

Visit the website and view the attached application for more details.  This is not an EGUSD sponsored program and the district accepts no liability or responsibility for this program/activity.

Application Deadline : April 28, 2017, 4:00PM

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Posted by: Angela McCabe
Published: 3/21/17

Audience: Homepage

SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

 

Today’s Thought

 

Only I can change my life. No one can do it for me. – Carol Burnett
 

Today’s news

 

STUDENT STORE NEWS:  “This week’s Student Store Special is Original Cheddar Baked Cheetos for only 50 cents, while supplies last.”  (Shupe 3/24)

 

“Japan Club is still going to the Cherry Blossom Festival and forms are available now in E-001 for pick-up. This applies to students who are currently in Japanese or have been in one of the classes but an exception will be made if all spots are not filled. There will be an optional meeting on April 5th for those going to the trip to brief about what to expect and bring. Spots are still limited so get your form while you still can.”  (Montague 3/24)

 

Each day, 750 pints of blood need to be collected in order to serve over 40 hospitals in Northern and Central California.  It is up to donors like you to help Blood Source meet these requirements in order to help individuals who have been affected by car accidents, cancer, surgery, and genetic blood disorders.   Donors must be 16 and weigh 110 pounds.  Donate Tuesday, April 4th & receive a t-shirt, candy, food, and other prizes!   CONSENT FORMS available in D119.  (Cecil 3/22)

 

 

"More than 13 million people in Syria need humanitarian assistance due to the violent war that began in 2011, according to World Vision. 470,000 have already been killed and millions of children have been forced to quit school. Currently, Project Serving Humanity is collecting donations to help the Syrian Refugees Crisis. We need YOUR help so please come out on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday during lunch and donate in the quad. Our goal is to raise $1000. SAY WHAT? 1000 dollars? Yes, because with a school of 2400 hearts, yes we can! So come on out and serve humanity. Come on out and help humanity. Come on out and be a part of humanity!"  (Goodwin 3/24)

 

Attention La RAZA members we will be having a meeting on Wednesday March 22nd in the Career center after school.  There will be a special presentation by Sacramento City College regarding Students in A Global Economy (SAGE) Program.  Please arrive immediately after school, GRACIAS!  (Cortez 3/22)

 

W-A-C-K-Y. Wacky. “Odd or irrational; crazy.” Wacky. THEATREworks’ mainstage production of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, promises to be a WACKY good time! At The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, six mid-pubescents vie for the spelling championship of a lifetime. Six spellers enter; but only one speller leaves the Spelling Champion of Putnam County! The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee is coming soon to the SHELDON PAC. For more information, “like” Sheldon High School THEATREworks on Facebook or follow @SheldonTheatre1 on Twitter. Don’t miss Sheldon THEATREworks’ production of this Broadway hit!  (Howard 3/21)

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Posted by: Cheryl Sedgwick
Published: 3/21/17

Audience: Homepage

SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Monday, March 20, 2017

 

Today’s Thought

 

We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them. – Albert Einstein
 

Today’s news

 

“Japan Club is still going to the Cherry Blossom Festival and forms are available now in E-001 for pick-up. This applies to students who are currently in Japanese or have been in one of the classes but an exception will be made if all spots are not filled. There will be an optional meeting on April 5th for those going to the trip to brief about what to expect and bring. Spots are still limited so get your form while you still can.”  (Montague 3/24)

 

Each day, 750 pints of blood need to be collected in order to serve over 40 hospitals in Northern and Central California.  It is up to donors like you to help Blood Source meet these requirements in order to help individuals who have been affected by car accidents, cancer, surgery, and genetic blood disorders.   Donors must be 16 and weigh 110 pounds.  Donate Tuesday, April 4th & receive a t-shirt, candy, food, and other prizes!   CONSENT FORMS available in D119.  (Cecil 3/22)

 

Attention La RAZA members we will be having a meeting on Wednesday March 22nd in the Career center after school.  There will be a special presentation by Sacramento City College regarding Students in A Global Economy (SAGE) Program.  Please arrive immediately after school, GRACIAS!  (Cortez 3/22)

 

W-A-C-K-Y. Wacky. “Odd or irrational; crazy.” Wacky. THEATREworks’ mainstage production of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, promises to be a WACKY good time! At The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, six mid-pubescents vie for the spelling championship of a lifetime. Six spellers enter; but only one speller leaves the Spelling Champion of Putnam County! The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee is coming soon to the SHELDON PAC. For more information, “like” Sheldon High School THEATREworks on Facebook or follow @SheldonTheatre1 on Twitter. Don’t miss Sheldon THEATREworks’ production of this Broadway hit!  (Howard 3/21)

 

Class and College News

 

Who's ready for ball? Senior ball guest passes are now out! Pick up your guest pass in the AO today! They are due Friday March 24th by 3:07pm in the AO. Be there or be square!  (Weaver 3/20)

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Posted by: Cheryl Sedgwick
Published: 3/20/17

Audience: Homepage

SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Friday, March 17, 2017

 

Pledge

 

I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. 

 

Today’s news

 

“Japan Club is still going to the Cherry Blossom Festival and forms are available now in E-001 for pick-up. This applies to students who are currently in Japanese or have been in one of the classes but an exception will be made if all spots are not filled. There will be an optional meeting on April 5th for those going to the trip to brief about what to expect and bring. Spots are still limited so get your form while you still can.”  (Montague 3/24)

 

Each day, 750 pints of blood need to be collected in order to serve over 40 hospitals in Northern and Central California.  It is up to donors like you to help Blood Source meet these requirements in order to help individuals who have been affected by car accidents, cancer, surgery, and genetic blood disorders.   Donors must be 16 and weigh 110 pounds.  Donate Tuesday, April 4th & receive a t-shirt, candy, food, and other prizes!   CONSENT FORMS available in D119.  (Cecil 3/22)

 

Attention all Running for Rhett runners!  We will be taking our training to the staff vs. students kickball game.  Come on out behind the gym at 3:30  to support “TEAM STUDENTS!”  See you next Monday for training in room D204.  (Ramondini 3/17)

 

The student store is going to help propel you into the final term with a week-long sale on Black Cherry and Berry Propels, for only one dollar!  (Shupe 3/17)

 

The apocalypse is near! Save yourself. Friday, March 31st is the Blacklight Dance. The fallout shelter is filling up fast, so buy your tickets now. $10 with ASB and $15 without.  (Dolinar 3/17)

 

Attention La RAZA members we will be having a meeting on Wednesday March 22nd in the Career center after school.  There will be a special presentation by Sacramento City College regarding Students in A Global Economy (SAGE) Program.  Please arrive immediately after school, GRACIAS!  (Cortez 3/22)

 

W-A-C-K-Y. Wacky. “Odd or irrational; crazy.” Wacky. THEATREworks’ mainstage production of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, promises to be a WACKY good time! At The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, six mid-pubescents vie for the spelling championship of a lifetime. Six spellers enter; but only one speller leaves the Spelling Champion of Putnam County! The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee is coming soon to the SHELDON PAC. For more information, “like” Sheldon High School THEATREworks on Facebook or follow @SheldonTheatre1 on Twitter. Don’t miss Sheldon THEATREworks’ production of this Broadway hit!  (Howard 3/21)

 

Sheldon Madness 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament

Sponsored by Sheldon High AVID

Sheldon Madness is a 3 on 3 basketball tournament where you must pick 3 to 4 players from your lunch period to participate.  There is no rule on gender or grade. However, If you played Basketball this year at Sheldon High at any level, you ARE eligible to participate, but you can only have 1 basketball player per team. This year the first 8 teams per lunch to bring me their completed Registration forms will be sponsored by a teacher on our campus!!!! Parent Permission is required by every member and the forms must be handed in TOGETHER for all members to be eligible to participate. Team entry is on a first come, first serve basis. The first 8 teams each lunch will be selected. The forms must be filled out by every team member and turned in to Mr. Berry By Tuesday March 21st during the Lunch you are registering for. You can turn in all completed forms as soon as you complete them, However, Tuesday, March 21st will be the LAST day you can turn in your forms. Forms are available in Mr. Berry’s Classroom (Room 333 by the Tennis Courts) during your Lunch! Games will be during Lunch Starting on Wednesday, March 22nd , Those who advance will play each day to the Championships on Friday, March 24th after school in the Main Gym. The winners of each lunch will compete in an All Campus Championship Game Friday! Good Luck and let the Madness Begin!!!!!!!!  (Berry 3/17)

 

Class and College News

 

Seniors: How would you like to contribute to saving lives through traffic safety efforts?

 

The Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) is currently looking for two student interns, for a non-compensated position, to assist in developing a Teen Traffic Safety Cultural Survey. OTS will provide you with education on traffic safety issues.  This internship will be in place of a fourth period for this last quarter. The successful candidate must be able to go to the office with his or her own transportation located at 2208 Kausen Dr. in Elk Grove, right off of Laguna and Interstate 5. Contact Mrs. Vranesic in the Business department Room C-03 or school loop as soon as possible to change your class schedule and set up an interview.   (Vranesic 3/17)

 

Who's ready for ball? Senior ball guest passes are now out! Pick up your guest pass in the AO today! They are due Friday March 24th by 3:07pm in the AO. Be there or be square!  (Weaver 3/20)

 

Seniors!  Do you have a strong community service record?  The Ose Community Service Award will provide $1,000 for college to 1 2017 Sheldon graduate.  Requires a minimum 2.5 GPA and a Community Service Record that indicates continuous, sustained service with an organization.  Check your loopmail for details and the application, or see Ms. McCabe in the Career Center.  (McCabe 3/17)

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Posted by: Cheryl Sedgwick
Published: 3/17/17

Audience: Homepage

SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Thursday, March 16, 2017

 

Today’s Thought

 

Memories of our lives, of our works and our deeds will continue in others. – Rosa Parks

 

Today’s news

 

Each day, 750 pints of blood need to be collected in order to serve over 40 hospitals in Northern and Central California.  It is up to donors like you to help Blood Source meet these requirements in order to help individuals who have been affected by car accidents, cancer, surgery, and genetic blood disorders.   Donors must be 16 and weigh 110 pounds.  Donate Tuesday, April 4th & receive a t-shirt, candy, food, and other prizes!   CONSENT FORMS available in D119.  (Cecil 3/22)

 

Attention all Running for Rhett runners!  We will be taking our training to the staff vs. students kickball game.  Come on out behind the gym at 3:30  to support “TEAM STUDENTS!”  See you next Monday for training in room D204.  (Ramondini 3/17)

 

The student store is going to help propel you into the final term with a week-long sale on Black Cherry and Berry Propels, for only one dollar!  (Shupe 3/17)

 

The apocalypse is near! Save yourself. Friday, March 31st is the Blacklight Dance. The fallout shelter is filling up fast, so buy your tickets now. $10 with ASB and $15 without.  (Dolinar 3/17)

 

Sheldon Madness 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament

Sponsored by Sheldon High AVID

Sheldon Madness is a 3 on 3 basketball tournament where you must pick 3 to 4 players from your lunch period to participate.  There is no rule on gender or grade. However, If you played Basketball this year at Sheldon High at any level, you ARE eligible to participate, but you can only have 1 basketball player per team. This year the first 8 teams per lunch to bring me their completed Registration forms will be sponsored by a teacher on our campus!!!! Parent Permission is required by every member and the forms must be handed in TOGETHER for all members to be eligible to participate. Team entry is on a first come, first serve basis. The first 8 teams each lunch will be selected. The forms must be filled out by every team member and turned in to Mr. Berry By Tuesday March 21st during the Lunch you are registering for. You can turn in all completed forms as soon as you complete them, However, Tuesday, March 21st will be the LAST day you can turn in your forms. Forms are available in Mr. Berry’s Classroom (Room 333 by the Tennis Courts) during your Lunch! Games will be during Lunch Starting on Wednesday, March 22nd , Those who advance will play each day to the Championships on Friday, March 24th after school in the Main Gym. The winners of each lunch will compete in an All Campus Championship Game Friday! Good Luck and let the Madness Begin!!!!!!!!  (Berry 3/17)

 

Class and College News

 

Seniors: How would you like to contribute to saving lives through traffic safety efforts?

 

The Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) is currently looking for two student interns, for a non-compensated position, to assist in developing a Teen Traffic Safety Cultural Survey. OTS will provide you with education on traffic safety issues.  This internship will be in place of a fourth period for this last quarter. The successful candidate must be able to go to the office with his or her own transportation located at 2208 Kausen Dr. in Elk Grove, right off of Laguna and Interstate 5. Contact Mrs. Vranesic in the Business department Room C-03 or school loop as soon as possible to change your class schedule and set up an interview.   (Vranesic 3/17)

 

Who's ready for ball? Senior ball guest passes are now out! Pick up your guest pass in the AO today! They are due Friday March 24th by 3:07pm in the AO. Be there or be square!  (Weaver 3/20)

 

Seniors!  Do you have a strong community service record?  The Ose Community Service Award will provide $1,000 for college to 1 2017 Sheldon graduate.  Requires a minimum 2.5 GPA and a Community Service Record that indicates continuous, sustained service with an organization.  Check your loopmail for details and the application, or see Ms. McCabe in the Career Center.  (McCabe 3/17)

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Posted by: Cheryl Sedgwick
Published: 3/16/17

Audience: All Grades and Homepage

Blacklight Dance is the end of this month and parent/guardian/adult volunteers are needed who can assist with any of the following duties listed:

Date: Friday -  March 31, 2017
Location: Sheldon High School - Main Gym/Cafeteria

Event Time: 7 p.m. - 10 p.m. (Volunteers needed from 6:30 p.m. to 10:15 p.m.)

10-12 Volunteers Needed for this Event

Time(s) Needed:
Shift A - 6:30 p.m. - 10:15 p.m.
Shift B - 6:30 p.m. - 8:45 p.m.
Shift C - 8:30 p.m. - 10:15 p.m.
 

Duties: Coat check room; assisting Teachers/Admin Staff with monitoring doors and access points; walking through areas providing assistance as needed and a positive, visible presence; refreshment area; wristbands; and general supervision. We will assist with breaks throughout the evening and station changes as needed.


If you are able to assist with the Blacklight Dance, please send an email to Barb Malana at Huskyvolunteer2018@gmail.com 

 

Provide the following information:

- Shift you can work,  Email address for confirmation; AND.  Name of your student 

 

Please note: If you cannot volunteer, the ASB group hosting this event is in need of the following items. Whether you can donate one box, one case or a few items, it would be very helpful towards their fundraising efforts. Funds collected will go towards their future Junior Prom and Senior Ball dances to help keep tickets costs down.

 

Bottled water.......Small bags of chips.....Neon light bracelets/necklaces (can be found at Dollar Store).....Box of candy bars.....Arizona teas

 

Donated items can be dropped off at the Sheldon Front Office and can be tagged: Blacklight Dance; Attn: Tiana R. Please include your name unless it is an anonymous donation as the students want to ensure they Thank any assistance (volunteer time or donated goods) given.

 

Thanks in advance!

Barb Malana

Sheldon Volunteer Coordinator

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Posted by: Dorothy Davidson
Published: 3/16/17

Audience: Homepage and Grade 12

Senior Class meeting—Wednesday March 22, 8:30am-9:00am in the cafeteria

 

ALL Seniors who wish to wear any single item of personal significance and/or individual expression during the graduation ceremony must have prior approval.  The process for approval, the approval form, and information on what is allowable, will be covered at this meeting.  Approval forms must be submitted no later than April 28.  This will be the only meeting scheduled to cover the process. This meeting is intended for students, parents do not need to attend.

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Posted by: Craig Grivel
Published: 3/16/17

Audience: Homepage

Click the following link to add music to the blacklight playlist.

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Posted by: David Zekarias
Published: 3/16/17

Audience: Homepage

ATTENTION HUSKIES

Black Light Dance tickets are on sale now, $10 w/ ASB and $15 w/o. The dance is on March 31st at 7pm-10pm. Food and fun will be available ;)). Hurry up now before the fallout shelter fills up... the apocalypse is here!

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Posted by: Sophia Fernandes-Bulford
Published: 3/16/17

Audience: Homepage

SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

 

Today’s Thought

 

Man is still the most extraordinary computer of all. – John F. Kennedy

 

Today’s news

 

Hey, hey Huskies! Our very last Food Faire is on March 29th and forms are out now! They are due TODAY, March 15th so come by the AO and pick one up!  (Grivel 3/15)

 

The student store is going to help propel you into the final term with a week-long sale on Black Cherry and Berry Propels, for only one dollar!  (Shupe 3/17)

 

The apocalypse is near! Save yourself. Friday, March 31st is the Blacklight Dance. The fallout shelter is filling up fast, so buy your tickets now. $10 with ASB and $15 without.  (Dolinar 3/17)

 

Sheldon Madness 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament

Sponsored by Sheldon High AVID

Sheldon Madness is a 3 on 3 basketball tournament where you must pick 3 to 4 players from your lunch period to participate.  There is no rule on gender or grade. However, If you played Basketball this year at Sheldon High at any level, you ARE eligible to participate, but you can only have 1 basketball player per team. This year the first 8 teams per lunch to bring me their completed Registration forms will be sponsored by a teacher on our campus!!!! Parent Permission is required by every member and the forms must be handed in TOGETHER for all members to be eligible to participate. Team entry is on a first come, first serve basis. The first 8 teams each lunch will be selected. The forms must be filled out by every team member and turned in to Mr. Berry By Tuesday March 21st during the Lunch you are registering for. You can turn in all completed forms as soon as you complete them, However, Tuesday, March 21st will be the LAST day you can turn in your forms. Forms are available in Mr. Berry’s Classroom (Room 333 by the Tennis Courts) during your Lunch! Games will be during Lunch Starting on Wednesday, March 22nd , Those who advance will play each day to the Championships on Friday, March 24th after school in the Main Gym. The winners of each lunch will compete in an All Campus Championship Game Friday! Good Luck and let the Madness Begin!!!!!!!!  (Berry 3/17)

 

Class and College News

 

Who's ready for ball? Senior ball guest passes are now out! Pick up your guest pass in the AO today! They are due Friday March 24th by 3:07pm in the AO. Be there or be square! (Weaver 3/15)

 

Seniors: How would you like to contribute to saving lives through traffic safety efforts?

 

The Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) is currently looking for two student interns, for a non-compensated position, to assist in developing a Teen Traffic Safety Cultural Survey. OTS will provide you with education on traffic safety issues.  This internship will be in place of a fourth period for this last quarter. The successful candidate must be able to go to the office with his or her own transportation located at 2208 Kausen Dr. in Elk Grove, right off of Laguna and Interstate 5. Contact Mrs. Vranesic in the Business department Room C-03 or school loop as soon as possible to change your class schedule and set up an interview.   (Vranesic 3/17)

 

Our Cosumnes River College Representative will be in the Career Center TODAY, March 15th during lunch.  If you have need help or have questions about CRC, drop by during your scheduled lunch…. No appointment needed.  (McCabe 3/15)

 

Seniors!  Do you have a strong community service record?  The Ose Community Service Award will provide $1,000 for college to 1 2017 Sheldon graduate.  Requires a minimum 2.5 GPA and a Community Service Record that indicates continuous, sustained service with an organization.  Check your loopmail for details and the application, or see Ms. McCabe in the Career Center.  (McCabe 3/17)

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Posted by: Cheryl Sedgwick
Published: 3/15/17

Audience: Homepage

 

 

This week Sheldon High School is proudly hosting its annual Multicultural Rally and in order to get ready for it, we are dedicating an entire spirit week to it. The spirit days are as follows:

 

Monday: We are One day, wear Blue or Green to represent unity between one another

 

Tuesday: Multi-dye day, wear any and all tie-dye clothing articles.

 

Wednesday: Heritage day, wear clothing that represents your heritage and culture

 

Thursday: Tourist day, dress as if you were traveling to another country.

 

Friday: Husky Pride day, wear Teal, Black, and White to show your school spirit.

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Posted by: Michael Mariano
Published: 3/15/17

Audience: Homepage

SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

 

Today’s Thought

 

The best way to cheer yourself up is to try to cheer somebody else up. – Mark Twain

 

Today’s news

 

Gentlemen’s Club will be taking our group picture Wednesday morning at 9 am in room C001. Please arrive by 8:45 am. (McMorris 3/14)

 

Hey, hey Huskies! Our very last Food Faire is on March 29th and forms are out now! They are due tomorrow, March 15th so come by the AO and pick one up!  (Grivel 3/15)

 

The student store is going to help propel you into the final term with a week-long sale on Black Cherry and Berry Propels, for only one dollar!  (Shupe 3/17)

 

The apocalypse is near! Save yourself. Friday, March 31st is the Blacklight Dance. The fallout shelter is filling up fast, so buy your tickets now. $10 with ASB and $15 without.  (Dolinar 3/17)

 

Hi everyone! We are holding our Yoga exercise for all students tomorrow, March 15th at 9:00 in room E001. Come and join us for relaxation yoga for 15 minutes at 9:00 this coming Wednesday morning! We promise you that you will be energized throughout the day!  (Montague 3/14)

 

Class and College News

 

Who's ready for ball? Senior ball guest passes are now out! Pick up your guest pass in the AO today! They are due Friday March 24th by 3:07pm in the AO. Be there or be square! (Weaver 3/15)

 

Seniors: How would you like to contribute to saving lives through traffic safety efforts?

 

The Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) is currently looking for two student interns, for a non-compensated position, to assist in developing a Teen Traffic Safety Cultural Survey. OTS will provide you with education on traffic safety issues.  This internship will be in place of a fourth period for this last quarter. The successful candidate must be able to go to the office with his or her own transportation located at 2208 Kausen Dr. in Elk Grove, right off of Laguna and Interstate 5. Contact Mrs. Vranesic in the Business department Room C-03 or school loop as soon as possible to change your class schedule and set up an interview.   (Vranesic 3/17)

 

Our Cosumnes River College Representative will be in the Career Center this Wednesday, March 15th during lunch.  If you have need help or have questions about CRC, drop by during your scheduled lunch…. No appointment needed.  (McCabe 3/15)

 

Seniors!  Do you have a strong community service record?  The Ose Community Service Award will provide $1,000 for college to 1 2017 Sheldon graduate.  Requires a minimum 2.5 GPA and a Community Service Record that indicates continuous, sustained service with an organization.  Check your loopmail for details and the application, or see Ms. McCabe in the Career Center.  (McCabe 3/17)

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Posted by: Cheryl Sedgwick
Published: 3/14/17

Audience: Parents and Homepage

SHELDON HIGH SCHOOL

MARCH 2017

 

School Accountability Report Cards Available

 

The current School Accountability Report Card (SARC) is available online at the Elk Grove Unified School District website at http://www.egusd.net/academics/assessments/school-accountability-report-cards/.  Both a long detailed format and a short executive summary are posted for parents to learn more about the schools in our community. 

 

Each school’s SARC summarizes the school's mission, goals, accomplishments, and highlights the school’s unique programs.  In addition, state law requires that the SARC contain all of the following: demographic data, school safety and climate for learning information, academic data, school completion rates, class sizes, teacher and staff information, curriculum and instruction descriptions, postsecondary preparation information, fiscal and expenditure data.

 

The federal law requires that SARCs contain reports concerning the "adequate yearly progress" of students in achieving state academic achievement standards; Title I Program Improvement status; graduation rates at the secondary level; and the extent to which "highly qualified" teachers are teaching core academic subjects.

 

A hard copy of these reports can be requested by visiting your child’s school office.  Additionally, these reports have been translated in Spanish and Hmong at schools with large populations of families who speak these languages.  Any questions regarding the SARCs can be answered by your child’s principal or by contacting Learning Support Services at 686-7712.

 

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Posted by: Cynthia Lowe
Published: 3/14/17

Audience: Homepage

SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Monday, March 13, 2017

 

Today’s Thought

 

The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched - they must be felt with the heart. – Helen Keller

 

Today’s news

Hey, hey Huskies! Our very last Food Faire is on March 29th and forms are out now! They will be due March 15th so come by the AO and pick one up!  (Grivel 3/15)

 

The Runnin' for Rhett student registration has ended.  Congratulations to our 60 Sheldon High School students who will be participating in the Run Because You Can 5K walk/run on Sunday April 2nd at Sac City College. If you have not yet received your wrist band, please see Ms. Ramondini ASAP.  These Huskies are doing it the R.I.T.E. way!  (Ramondini 3/13)

 

The student store is going to help propel you into the final term with a week-long sale on Black Cherry and Berry Propels, for only one dollar!  (Shupe 3/17)

 

Hi everyone! We are holding our Yoga exercise for all students on Wednesday, March 15th at 9:00 in room E001. Come and join us for relaxation yoga for 15 minutes at 9:00 this coming Wednesday morning! We promise you that you will be energized throughout the day!  (Montague 3/14)

 

Class and College News

 

Who's ready for ball? Senior ball guest passes are now out! Pick up your guest pass in the AO today! They are due Friday March 24th by 3:07pm in the AO. Be there or be square! (Weaver 3/15)

 

Seniors: How would you like to contribute to saving lives through traffic safety efforts?

 

The Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) is currently looking for two student interns, for a non-compensated position, to assist in developing a Teen Traffic Safety Cultural Survey. OTS will provide you with education on traffic safety issues.  This internship will be in place of a fourth period for this last quarter. The successful candidate must be able to go to the office with his or her own transportation located at 2208 Kausen Dr. in Elk Grove, right off of Laguna and Interstate 5. Contact Mrs. Vranesic in the Business department Room C-03 or school loop as soon as possible to change your class schedule and set up an interview.   (Vranesic 3/17)

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Posted by: Cheryl Sedgwick
Published: 3/13/17

Audience: Homepage

SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Friday, March 10, 2017

 

Pledge

 

I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. 

 

Today’s news

 

CAFETERIA NEWS:  There will be a grab and go lunch available on Friday immediately after Finals are over.  (Garcia 3/10)

 

Hey, hey Huskies! Our very last Food Faire is on March 29th and forms are out now! They will be due March 15th so come by the AO and pick one up!  (Grivel 3/10)

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Posted by: Cheryl Sedgwick
Published: 3/10/17

Audience: Homepage

SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Thursday, March 9, 2017

 

Today’s Thought

 

Nothing in all the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity. – Martin Luther King, Jr.
 

Today’s news

 

CAFETERIA NEWS:  There will be a grab and go lunch available on Thursday and Friday immediately after Finals are over.  (Garcia 3/9)

 

“Hey Huskies! Japan Club is going to the Cherry Blossom Festival on April 8th and any students currently or have taken any Japanese class can go to E-001 before  school or during lunch to sign-up for a spot and pick-up a permission slip. Seats are limited so it will be first-come, first-serve. Reserve your spot today before there are none left!”  (Montague 3/9)

 

Hey, hey Huskies! Our very last Food Faire is on March 29th and forms are out now! They will be due March 15th so come by the AO and pick one up!  (Grivel 3/10)

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Posted by: Cheryl Sedgwick
Published: 3/9/17

Audience: Homepage

SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Wednesday, March 8, 2017

 

Today’s Thought

 

No matter what people tell you, words and ideas can change the world.  – Robin Williams
 

Today’s news

 

CAFETERIA NEWS:  There will be a grab and go lunch available on Thursday and Friday immediately after Finals are over.  (Garcia 3/8)

 

“Hey Huskies, with finals the next two days, it is now crunch time. So, swing by the Student Store today only, and Crunch Mania is only 50 cents!”  (Shupe 3/8)

 

Attention AP Students:  If you received a PINK AP invoice, you must turn in that invoice to the main office if you want to take an AP exam.  We will NOT order you an exam, unless we receive the form and YOU receive a receipt.  Thank you!  (Hidalgo 3/8)

 

“Hey Huskies! Japan Club is going to the Cherry Blossom Festival on April 8th and any students currently or have taken any Japanese class can go to E-001 before  school or during lunch to sign-up for a spot and pick-up a permission slip. Seats are limited so it will be first-come, first-serve. Reserve your spot today before there are none left!”  (Montague 3/8)

 

Attention all Runnin’ for Rhett participants!  Please contact Ms. Ramondini with all of your registration information by this tomorrow.  Also, no training this Friday due to the Final’s Day Schedule.  (Ramondini 3/8)

 

Fuel up and win!  Eat breakfast in the cafeteria during National School Breakfast Week – March 6 through March 10 and be entered to win a movie ticket.  Every day you eat counts – so eat every day!  Four students per school will win a movie ticket.  (Sedgwick 3/8)

 

Congratulations to SHS Science Olympiad team for placing 2nd at the Sacramento Regional Tournament this past Saturday and earning a trip to the NorCal Science Olympiad State Tournament.   The following are notable finishes:

 

1st place

Write it -Do it: Abigail McInnes and Tracy Ly

 

2nd place

Experimental Design: Vincent Truong, Diana Ly, and Michele Truong

Dynamic Planet: Kayleah Arreola and Emily Tran

Forensics: Saphira Tran and Abigail McInnes 

 

3rd place

Microbe Mission:  Kayleah Arreola and Dean Vo

Remote Sensing: Annie Do and Tracy Ly

Astronomy: Annie Do and Peng Xiao

Robotic Arm: Peng Xiao and Annie Do

Game On: Skyler Wong and Summer Bui

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Posted by: Cheryl Sedgwick
Published: 3/8/17

Audience: Homepage

SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Tuesday, March 7, 2017

 

Today’s Thought

 

Success is no accident. It is hard work, perseverance, learning, studying, sacrifice and most of all, love of what you are doing or learning to do. – Pele
 

Today’s news

 

“Hey Huskies! Japan Club is going to the Cherry Blossom Festival on April 8th and any students currently or have taken any Japanese class can go to E-001 before  school or during lunch to sign-up for a spot and pick-up a permission slip. Seats are limited so it will be first-come, first-serve. Reserve your spot today before there are none left!”  (Montague 3/9)

 

Attention all Runnin’ for Rhett participants!  Please contact Ms. Ramondini with all of your registration information by this Thursday.  Also, no training this Friday due to the Final’s Day Schedule.  (Ramondini 3/7)

 

Fuel up and win!  Eat breakfast in the cafeteria during National School Breakfast Week – March 6 through March 10 and be entered to win a movie ticket.  Every day you eat counts – so eat every day!  Four students per school will win a movie ticket.  (Sedgwick 3/9)

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Posted by: Cheryl Sedgwick
Published: 3/7/17

Audience: Homepage

All interested students and their parents/siblings/friends are invited to attend a briefing by the Admissions Officers from West Point, the US Military Academy and one of our nation's finest colleges.  This free event is scheduled for Thursday, April 6th from 7:00PM-9:00PM in the Community Room at American River College, 4700 College Oak Drive in Sacramento.  Parking is Free, No RSVP required.

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Posted by: Angela McCabe
Published: 3/6/17

Audience: Homepage

SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Monday, March 6, 2017

 

Today’s Thought

 

Fantasy is a necessary ingredient in living, it's a way of looking at life through the wrong end of a telescope, and that enables you to laugh at life's realities. – Dr. Seuss
 

Today’s news

 

“Hey Huskies! Japan Club is going to the Cherry Blossom Festival on April 8th and any students currently or have taken any Japanese class can go to E-001 before  school or during lunch to sign-up for a spot and pick-up a permission slip. Seats are limited so it will be first-come, first-serve. Reserve your spot today before there are none left!”  (Montague 3/9)

 

Fuel up and win!  Eat breakfast in the cafeteria during National School Breakfast Week – March 6 through March 10 and be entered to win a movie ticket.  Every day you eat counts – so eat every day!  Four students per school will win a movie ticket.  (Sedgwick 3/9)

 

Class and College News

 

Hey Juniors. You can win a free sheet of prom picture wallets if you go to Pre-Pictures in the Sheldon Cafeteria on March 11th. It starts at 4:30 PM and ends at 6PM. There will be a photographer at the venue, but we urge you to attend Pre-Pictures to avoid the long lines AND you get a FREE sheet of pictures. Pick up a prom pictures packet at the student store for prices and details! See you there!  (Mamou 3/6)

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Posted by: Cheryl Sedgwick
Published: 3/6/17

Audience: Grade 11 and Homepage

 

Date: Saturday -  March 11, 2017
Location: Masonic Temple - 1123 J St, Sacramento, CA 95814

Time of the Event: 7 p.m. - 11 p.m.

Time(s) Needed/Partial shifts available:
Shift A - 6:30 p.m. - 11:10 p.m.
Shift B - 6:30 p.m. - 9:15 p.m.
Shift C - 9:00 p.m. - 11:10 p.m.
 

Duties: Coat check room; assisting Teachers/Admin Staff with monitoring doors and access points; walking through areas providing help with refreshment area; and placing wristbands. We will assist with breaks throughout the evening and station changes; refreshments and waters will be provided to volunteers. If you can help on this Saturday event, please contact us with your name, shift you can work, email address and phone. If you have any questions, just ask!

Thanks in advance!

Barb Malana - HuskyVolunteer2018@gmail.com 

Dorothy Davidson - SheldonVolunteer@gmail.com

~Sheldon High School Volunteer Coordinators~

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Posted by: Dorothy Davidson
Published: 3/6/17

Audience: Homepage

SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Friday, March 3, 2017

 

Pledge

 

I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. 

 

Today’s news

 

“Hey Huskies! Japan Club is going to the Cherry Blossom Festival on April 8th and any students currently or have taken any Japanese class can go to E-001 before  school or during lunch to sign-up for a spot and pick-up a permission slip. Seats are limited so it will be first-come, first-serve. Reserve your spot today before there are none left!”  (Montague 3/9)

 

Hey huskies, we have a lunchtime activity coming TODAY!!! The goal of the game is to eat six cookies as fast as you can. Whoever wins gets spirit points. Whichever grade wins the most spirit points gets an Ice Cream party at the end of the year. So come out to the quad during you lunch to get a chance to win some spirit points for you class!  (Marcione 3/3)

 

Fuel up and win!  Eat breakfast in the cafeteria during National School Breakfast Week – March 6 through March 10 and be entered to win a movie ticket.  Every day you eat counts – so eat every day!  Four students per school will win a movie ticket.  (Sedgwick 3/9)

 

Class and College News

 

Hey Juniors. You can win a free sheet of prom picture wallets if you go to Pre-Pictures in the Sheldon Cafeteria on March 11th. It starts at 4:30 PM and ends at 6PM. There will be a photographer at the venue, but we urge you to attend Pre-Pictures to avoid the long lines AND you get a FREE sheet of pictures. Pick up a prom pictures packet at the student store for prices and details! See you there!  (Mamou 3/6)

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Posted by: Cheryl Sedgwick
Published: 3/3/17

Audience: Homepage

SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Thursday, March 2, 2017

 

Today’s Thought

 

Attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference. Winston Churchill

 

Today’s news

 

Hey Hmong Club Members! We have a meeting TODAY and we will be talking about upcoming events so make sure to drop by! See you all there! (Thao-Yang 3/2)

 

“Hey Huskies! Japan Club is going to the Cherry Blossom Festival on April 8th and any students currently or have taken any Japanese class can go to E-001 before  school or during lunch to sign-up for a spot and pick-up a permission slip. Seats are limited so it will be first-come, first-serve. Reserve your spot today before there are none left!”  (Montague 3/9)

 

Hey huskies, we have a lunchtime activity coming up this Friday!!! The goal of the game is to eat six cookies as fast as you can. Whoever wins gets spirit points. Whichever grade wins the most spirit points gets an Ice Cream party at the end of the year. So come out to the quad during you lunch to get a chance to win some spirit points for you class!  (Marcione 3/3)

 

Fuel up and win!  Eat breakfast in the cafeteria during National School Breakfast Week – March 6 through March 10 and be entered to win a movie ticket.  Every day you eat counts – so eat every day!  Four students per school will win a movie ticket.  (Sedgwick 3/9)

 

Warning! Warning! The end of the world as we know it is near. Save your friends, save your family. Blacklight Dance  Guest Passes are now available in the AO, and are due March 10th. I repeat Blacklight Dance Guest Passes are now available and are DUE March 10th.  (Dolinar 3/2)

 

Class and College News

 

Hey Juniors. You can win a free sheet of prom picture wallets if you go to Pre-Pictures in the Sheldon Cafeteria on March 11th. It starts at 4:30 PM and ends at 6PM. There will be a photographer at the venue, but we urge you to attend Pre-Pictures to avoid the long lines AND you get a FREE sheet of pictures. Pick up a prom pictures packet at the student store for prices and details! See you there!  (Mamou 3/6)

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Posted by: Cheryl Sedgwick
Published: 3/2/17

Audience: Homepage

SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

 

Today’s Thought

 

Education must not simply teach work - it must teach Life. W.E.B. Du Bois

 

Today’s news

 

Mock Trial results! Saturday Sheldon’s Mock Trial team advanced to the quarter finals in this year’s tournament. For the second time this year Sheldon faced Rio Americano and narrowly lost 50.5 to 49.5.  Overall Sheldon’s Mock Trial team placed 5th in this year’s tournament. At the awards ceremony individual awards included Atiab Rehman for Outstanding Clerk, Michael Pate for Outstanding Witness for the Prosecution, Mia Reed Outstanding Attorney for the Prosecution,  and Matthew Simons for Sheldon MVP.  Congratulations to the entire Mock Trial team on a great year!  (Reed 3/1)

 

Hey huskies, we have a lunchtime activity coming up this Friday!!! The goal of the game is to eat six cookies as fast as you can. Whoever wins gets spirit points. Whichever grade wins the most spirit points gets an Ice Cream party at the end of the year. So come out to the quad during you lunch to get a chance to win some spirit points for you class!  (Marcione 3/3)

 

The Sheldon High School BSU has teamed up with the United Way of Genesee County to collect donations for the Flint Water Fund.  Las year the city’s water supply in Flint, Michigan was found to be contaminated with lead and responsible for poisoning countless children.  Although, improvements have been made, the city’s water is still unsafe to drink without a proper functioning filter and many families rely on bottled water for everything from brushing their teeth to washing dishes.  The United Way of Genesee County has set up this fund for the purchase of filters, bottled water, emergency support services and prevention efforts.  Tomorrow during 2nd period, we will be having a change challenge to collect money for the Flint Water Fund.  Make sure to bring your spare change tomorrow and let’s see how Sheldon can help those in Flint.  (Mamou 3/1)

 

Warning! Warning! The end of the world as we know it is near. Save your friends, save your family. Blacklight Dance  Guest Passes are now available in the AO, and are due March 10th. I repeat Blacklight Dance Guest Passes are now available and are DUE March 10th.  (Dolinar 3/2)

 

Attention FFA Members:

Today, March 1st is an FFA meeting in the cafeteria.  We will be meeting at 3:30 and will be discussing showing opportunities.  Here’s a way to get 2 more FFA activity points.  There will be a State FFA Conference meeting following the FFA meeting in Mr. Loopers room.  (Flaherty 3/1)

 

Class and College News

Hey Juniors. You can win a free sheet of prom picture wallets if you go to Pre-Pictures in the Sheldon Cafeteria on March 11th. It starts at 4:30 PM and ends at 6PM. There will be a photographer at the venue, but we urge you to attend Pre-Pictures to avoid the long lines AND you get a FREE sheet of pictures. Pick up a prom pictures packet at the student store for prices and details! See you there!  (Mamou 3/6)

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Posted by: Cheryl Sedgwick
Published: 3/1/17

Audience: Homepage

SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Tuesday, February 28, 2017

 

Today’s Thought

 

My best friend is the one who brings out the best in me. Henry Ford
 

Today’s news

 

The Sheldon High School Combo Diversely Dixie took Third Place out of 13 other combos at the Woodcreek Jazz festival.   Big Congratulations to students Hannah Minge, Marlo Banut, Ryan Kang, Viet My Trinh, Jamey Guzman, Aaron Houston, John Cioran, Justin Nesmith, and Austin Nguyen.   (Bunselmeier 2/18)

 

Hey huskies, we have a lunchtime activity coming up this Friday!!! The goal of the game is to eat six cookies as fast as you can. Whoever wins gets spirit points. Whichever grade wins the most spirit points gets an Ice Cream party at the end of the year. So come out to the quad during you lunch to get a chance to win some spirit points for you class!  (Marcione 3/3)

 

Hey guys! Are you interested in being a member of Universal Rhythm Dance Company?  Come to the audition meeting held at 11:20 for first lunch and 1:00 for second lunch on Tuesday, February 28th in room M009, also known as the dance room. If you are not able to make it to the meeting on Tuesday, the makeup meeting is at 12:20 for first lunch and 1:30 for second lunch on Wednesday, March 1st.  Don’t be late! =)  (Roberts 2/28)

 

Warning! Warning! The end of the world as we know it is near. Save your friends, save your family. Blacklight Dance  Guest Passes are now available in the AO, and are due March 10th. I repeat Blacklight Dance Guest Passes are now available and are DUE March 10th.  (Dolinar 3/2)

 

“ATTENTION EQUITAS Academy members, our monthly meeting will be tomorrow (Wednesday) in room 303 at 3:15. See you all there!”  (Newton 2/28)

 

Class and College News

 

Seniors and Parents!  There is still time to apply for College Financial Aid.  File the FAFSA online at www.fafsa.gov by the March 2nd deadline to be considered for state and federal aid.  The last local “Cash For College” Workshop before the deadline is on Tuesday, February 28th at Cordova High School from 6-8 PM.  Trained volunteers will assist you with completing the form online.   (McCabe 2/28)

 

Congratulations to the 46 Seniors who completed Orientation Workshop for CRC on Wednesday!  Your next step to enroll at CRC is take the English and Math Assessments at CRC.  Check your Loopmail for important information.  Other seniors planning to enroll in Community College, now is the time to complete the Steps of Enrollment: Application, Orientation, Assessment and Counseling Appointment.  Check the website of the Community College you plan to attend.  To get Priority 1 Registration and the best possible selection of classes at CRC and the other Los Rios Campuses, complete the first 4 Steps of Enrollment by April 1.  Questions about how to get started? -  see your counselor or Ms. McCabe in the Career Center.  (McCabe 2/28)

 

Hey Juniors. You can win a free sheet of prom picture wallets if you go to Pre-Pictures in the Sheldon Cafeteria on March 11th. It starts at 4:30 PM and ends at 6PM. There will be a photographer at the venue, but we urge you to attend Pre-Pictures to avoid the long lines AND you get a FREE sheet of pictures. Pick up a prom pictures packet at the student store for prices and details! See you there!  (Mamou 3/6)

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Published: 2/28/17

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SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Monday, February 27, 2017

 

Today’s Thought

 

I can't change the direction of the wind, but I can adjust my sails to always reach my destination. Jimmy Dean
 

Today’s news

 

Hey guys! Are you interested in being a member of Universal Rhythm Dance Company?  Come to the audition meeting held at 11:20 for first lunch and 1:00 for second lunch on Tuesday, February 28th in room M009, also known as the dance room. If you are not able to make it to the meeting on Tuesday, the makeup meeting is at 12:20 for first lunch and 1:30 for second lunch on Wednesday, March 1st.  Don’t be late! =)  (Roberts 2/28)

 

Class and College News

 

Seniors and Parents!  There is still time to apply for College Financial Aid.  File the FAFSA online at www.fafsa.gov by the March 2nd deadline to be considered for state and federal aid.  The last local “Cash For College” Workshop before the deadline is on Tuesday, February 28th at Cordova High School from 6-8 PM.  Trained volunteers will assist you with completing the form online.   (McCabe 2/28)

 

Congratulations to the 46 Seniors who completed Orientation Workshop for CRC on Wednesday!  Your next step to enroll at CRC is take the English and Math Assessments at CRC.  Check your Loopmail for important information.  Other seniors planning to enroll in Community College, now is the time to complete the Steps of Enrollment: Application, Orientation, Assessment and Counseling Appointment.  Check the website of the Community College you plan to attend.  To get Priority 1 Registration and the best possible selection of classes at CRC and the other Los Rios Campuses, complete the first 4 Steps of Enrollment by April 1.  Questions about how to get started? -  see your counselor or Ms. McCabe in the Career Center.  (McCabe 2/28)

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Posted by: Cheryl Sedgwick
Published: 2/27/17

Audience: Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12 and Homepage

Black Light Dance guest passes are available now in the AO and are due MARCH 10TH at 3:30! No guest passes will be accepted late! 

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Posted by: Jenna Beal
Published: 2/27/17

Audience: Homepage

Juniors and Seniors! Would you like the opportunity to work in a large company and learn new things while earning cash for your summer fun?  Get experience in marketing , security, IT, landscaping, video, finance and more!

 

Must be at least 16 years of age and have a minimum 2.5 GPA. Check out the SMUD Internship Program 2017.  Details, additional requirements and application available on the website. (link attached)

 

Application Deadline: May 5, 2017

 

 

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Posted by: Angela McCabe
Published: 2/24/17

Audience: Homepage

Runnin' for Rhett!

 

Attention all students and community members. Sheldon is the only high school selected to receive a Runnin' for Rhett Youth Fitness Grant for the "Run Because You Can!" 5K walk/run held on April 2nd, 2017 at Sacramento City College.  The grant provides all SHS students with free training sessions each Monday and Friday after school from 3:30-4:15, a free t-shirt, free entrance to the walk/run, and a medal upon completion of the walk/run.  If a student is currently involved in a sport, or Physical Education class, he or she will register for the walk/run and not need to participate in the training sessions seeing that the training would occur during the sport or PE class.

 

Beth and Randy Seevers founded the Runnin' for Rhett non-profit organization for their son Rhett who was diagnosed with cerebral palsy and passed away at the age of seven.  Beth found that running was something that helped her cope with the tremendous amount of grief she was experiencing from her loss. Beth and Randy want to encourage today's youth to run because they can, seeing that their own son never could.  Rhett would have been a student here at SHS and Rhett's brother is an SHS graduate.

 

 Registration is now open for the Spring 2017 Run Because You Can race. SHS parents, family, and school community member’s are invited to sign up to participate in the Run Because You Can 5K on April 2nd.  All SHS friends and family members will receive a discount to the walk/run.

 

REGISTER FOR THE RACE:

Step 1: Go to www.runbecauseyoucan.org

Step 2: Click the blue REGISTER button on the right.

Step 3: Select 5K (9:00 AM) - I am running with a school or a child who is running with their school - $30.00

Step 4: Choose your school from the drop down menu.

Step 5: For “Coupon Code” type in S17RBYC for $10 off. Click Apply.

Step 6: Finish form and submit.

 

Registration Cost: $30 through February 28, $35 through March 31, $40 at packet pickup and day of event.

 

You may only use the coupon code online until March 31 at noon. 

 

T-shirts are guaranteed until March 19, and will be on a first come first served basis after March 19. 

Personalize your race bib for free by adding your name, phrase, or child’s school name.  Personalization is limited to 11 characters.  Deadline to personalize your bib is Feb. 25

If registered by 2/25 and you don’t personalize your bib, the school name will be added if a school is chosen in the drop down menu.

 

Thank you for your support of our Youth Fitness Program.

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Posted by: Tracy Ramondini
Published: 2/24/17

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SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Friday, February 24, 2017

 

Pledge

 

I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. 

 

Today’s news

 

“Mock Trial Results! Wednesday night lost to Jesuit 440 to 405; but Sheldon ranked high enough in the tournament to move on to the quarter finals. Wish them luck as they face Rio Americano tomorrow. Congratulations to Michael Pate who won the round 4 MVP.   (Reed 2/24)

 

Runnin’ for Rhett members will meet in D204 after school today at 3:30.  Pick-up your wristband if you have not done so already.  (Ramondini 2/24)

 

“Due to the cold rainy weather, the Student Store has decided to extend our sale on winter spirit items. Come warm up by getting scarves and beanies for $2 off, and ear bands for $1 off.”  (Shupe 2/24)

 

Although Valentine's Day has passed, it's never too late to show your appreciation and bring positivity to those around you. Come to the AO to fill in a pink That's So Sheldon slip. You can write to a friend or a teacher/staff. Please turn in these slips by February 24th in the AO. Thank you.   (Grivel 2/24)

 

 “Aloha Huskies! Pacific Islanders' club is hosting our 15th annual luau in the cafeteria on Saturday, February 25, Doors open at 6 pm performances start at 7 pm. Buy presale tickets from any club member $5 for adults $3 for kids, Presale ends on Tuesday, February 21. Tickets at the door are $10 for adults $5 for kids. Purchasing a ticket also comes with food! Mahalo, hope to see you all there!"  (Cuccinello 2/24)

 

Hey guys! Are you interested in being a member of Universal Rhythm Dance Company?  Come to the audition meeting held at 11:20 for first lunch and 1:00 for second lunch on Tuesday, February 28th in room M009, also known as the dance room. If you are not able to make it to the meeting on Tuesday, the makeup meeting is at 12:20 for first lunch and 1:30 for second lunch on Wednesday, March 1st.  Don’t be late! =)  (Roberts 2/28)

 

Class and College News

 

"Hey Hey Seniors!! if you didn't pay your senior payment last week, pay the late payment this week in the senior window in the AO! the payment is $60 and is your last and final payment!  (Weaver 2/24)

 

Hey Juniors!  Prom tickets are on sale NOW in the student store.  They are $30 w/ASB and $35 w/o and for guests.  Make sure to get your tickets now!!!  (Mamou 2/24)

 

Hey Seniors! Don't miss out on being in the senior project slideshow at the senior project celebration on May 16th. Send in a picture of you working on your senior project to Brian Pham on School Loop now!  (Mazzaferro 2/24)

 

Seniors and Parents!  There is still time to apply for College Financial Aid.  File the FAFSA online at www.fafsa.gov by the March 2nd deadline to be considered for state and federal aid.  The last local “Cash For College” Workshop before the deadline is on Tuesday, February 28th at Cordova High School from 6-8 PM.  Trained volunteers will assist you with completing the form online.   (McCabe 2/28)

 

Congratulations to the 46 Seniors who completed Orientation Workshop for CRC on Wednesday!  Your next step to enroll at CRC is take the English and Math Assessments at CRC.  Check your Loopmail for important information.  Other seniors planning to enroll in Community College, now is the time to complete the Steps of Enrollment: Application, Orientation, Assessment and Counseling Appointment.  Check the website of the Community College you plan to attend.  To get Priority 1 Registration and the best possible selection of classes at CRC and the other Los Rios Campuses, complete the first 4 Steps of Enrollment by April 1.  Questions about how to get started? -  see your counselor or Ms. McCabe in the Career Center.  (McCabe 2/28)

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SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Thursday, February 23, 2017

 

Today’s Thought

 

Truth will ultimately prevail where there is pains to bring it to light. – George Washington

 

Today’s news

 

Attention all students interested in completing a 5K walk/run while supporting our SHS community.  Space is still available for the Runnin’ for Rhett 5K on April 2nd.  This event is a memorial event for Rhett Seevers who would have been a student of SHS had he lived past the age of seven.  His older brother is a 2007 SHS graduate.  Come out and show your support.  See Ms. Ramondini, Mr. Uyeyama or Mr. Newton for an application.  (Ramondini 2/23)

 

“Due to the cold rainy weather, the Student Store has decided to extend our sale on winter spirit items. Come warm up by getting scarves and beanies for $2 off, and ear bands for $1 off.”  (Shupe 2/24)

 

Do you want to show off a part of your culture? Well now is your chance because Multicultural Fashion Show forms are out now. Please come by the activities office to pick one up and have them in no later than Friday, March 3! (Grivel 2/23)

 

Attention ASHLAND FIELD TRIP Goers! There is a mandatory meeting for you to attend this THURSDAY, February 23rd, at the beginning of your lunch in K009. You will be receiving valuable information and forms. Please do NOT be late. Talk to Mr. Howard if you have any questions or concerns.  (Howard 2/23)

 

Although Valentine's Day has passed, it's never too late to show your appreciation and bring positivity to those around you. Come to the AO to fill in a pink That's So Sheldon slip. You can write to a friend or a teacher/staff. Please turn in these slips by February 24th in the AO. Thank you.   (Grivel 2/24)

 

 “Aloha Huskies! Pacific Islanders' club is hosting our 15th annual luau in the cafeteria on Saturday, February 25, Doors open at 6 pm performances start at 7 pm. Buy presale tickets from any club member $5 for adults $3 for kids, Presale ends on Tuesday, February 21. Tickets at the door are $10 for adults $5 for kids. Purchasing a ticket also comes with food! Mahalo, hope to see you all there!"  (Cuccinello 2/24)

 

“Congratulations to Simran Thandi and Manmit Chahal  for participating in the AAUW Sacramento Speech Contest last Saturday. Simran won the award for 2nd place, and Manmit won 3rd. Way to represent Sheldon!”  (M. Newton 2/23)

 

Class and College News

 

"Hey Hey Seniors!! if you didn't pay your senior payment last week, pay the late payment this week in the senior window in the AO! the payment is $60 and is your last and final payment!  (Weaver 2/24)

 

Hey Juniors!  Prom tickets are on sale NOW in the student store.  They are $30 w/ASB and $35 w/o and for guests.  Make sure to get your tickets now!!!  (Mamou 2/24)

 

Hey Seniors! Don't miss out on being in the senior project slideshow at the senior project celebration on May 16th. Send in a picture of you working on your senior project to Brian Pham on School Loop now!  (Mazzaferro 2/24)

 

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Published: 2/23/17

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SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

 

Today’s Thought

 

I walk slowly, but I never walk backward. – Abraham Lincoln
 

Today’s news

 

Mock Trial Results! In round 3 the Sheldon Mock Trial team competed against Kennedy high school and won 415 to 278. Congratulations to Matt Simons for winning the round 3 MVP. Wish them luck as they compete against Jesuit in round 4 tonight.   (Reed 2/22)

 

“Due to the cold rainy weather, the Student Store has decided to extend our sale on winter spirit items. Come warm up by getting scarves and beanies for $2 off, and ear bands for $1 off.”  (Shupe 2/24)

 

Do you want to show off a part of your culture? Well now is your chance because Multicultural Fashion Show forms are out now. Please come by the activities office to pick one up and have them in no later than Friday, March 3! (Grivel 2/23)

 

Attention ASHLAND FIELD TRIP Goers! There is a mandatory meeting for you to attend this THURSDAY, February 23rd, at the beginning of your lunch in K009. You will be receiving valuable information and forms. Please do NOT be late. Talk to Mr. Howard if you have any questions or concerns.  (Howard 2/23)

 

Although Valentine's Day has passed, it's never too late to show your appreciation and bring positivity to those around you. Come to the AO to fill in a pink That's So Sheldon slip. You can write to a friend or a teacher/staff. Please turn in these slips by February 24th in the AO. Thank you.   (Grivel 2/24)

 

 “Aloha Huskies! Pacific Islanders' club is hosting our 15th annual luau in the cafeteria on Saturday, February 25, Doors open at 6 pm performances start at 7 pm. Buy presale tickets from any club member $5 for adults $3 for kids, Presale ends on Tuesday, February 21. Tickets at the door are $10 for adults $5 for kids. Purchasing a ticket also comes with food! Mahalo, hope to see you all there!"  (Cuccinello 2/24)

 

“Congratulations to Simran Thandi and Manmit Chahal  for participating in the AAUW Sacramento Speech Contest last Saturday. Simran won the award for 2nd place, and Manmit won 3rd. Way to represent Sheldon!”  (M. Newton 2/23)

 

Class and College News

 

"Hey Hey Seniors!! if you didn't pay your senior payment last week, pay the late payment this week in the senior window in the AO! the payment is $60 and is your last and final payment!  (Weaver 2/24)

 

Hey Juniors!  Prom tickets are on sale NOW in the student store.  They are $30 w/ASB and $35 w/o and for guests.  Make sure to get your tickets now!!!  (Mamou 2/24)

 

Hey Seniors! Don't miss out on being in the senior project slideshow at the senior project celebration on May 16th. Send in a picture of you working on your senior project to Brian Pham on School Loop now!  (Mazzaferro 2/24)

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Posted by: Cheryl Sedgwick
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SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

 

Today’s Thought

 

Nothing can stop the man with the right mental attitude from achieving his goal; nothing on earth can help the man with the wrong mental attitude. – Thomas Jefferson
 

Today’s news

 

“Due to the cold rainy weather, the Student Store has decided to extend our sale on winter spirit items. Come warm up by  getting scarves and beanies for $2 off, and ear bands for $1 off.”  (Shupe 2/24)

 

Do you want to show off a part of your culture? Well now is your chance because Multicultural Fashion Show forms are out now. Please come by the activities office to pick one up and have them in no later than Friday, March 3! (Grivel 2/23)

 

Attention ASHLAND FIELD TRIP Goers! There is a mandatory meeting for you to attend this THURSDAY, February 23rd, at the beginning of your lunch in K009. You will be receiving valuable information and forms. Please do NOT be late. Talk to Mr. Howard if you have any questions or concerns.  (Howard 2/23)

 

“Hello CSF members! Join us at our first SPRING club meeting on Tuesday, 2/21 from 3:15-3:45 in the cafeteria. We will have membership lists posted for all new members and lifetime seniors. See you in CSF!”  (Steger 2/21)

 

Attention ARTSwork Academy students! Your next guest speaker is TUESDAY, February 21st! San Francisco Shakespeare on Tour will be with us in the PAC. Please check your School Loop messages or speak with your Academy advisor to get your Required Form C, or if you have any questions. Remember, this is a required event.  (Howard 2/21)

 

Although Valentine's Day has passed, it's never too late to show your appreciation and bring positivity to those around you. Come to the AO to fill in a pink That's So Sheldon slip. You can write to a friend or a teacher/staff. Please turn in these slips by February 24th in the AO. Thank you.   (Grivel 2/24)

 

“Aloha Huskies! Pacific Islanders' club is hosting our 15th annual luau in the cafeteria on Saturday, February 25, Doors open at 6 pm performances start at 7 pm. Buy presale tickets from any club member $5 for adults $3 for kids, Presale ends on Tuesday, February 21. Tickets at the door are $10 for adults $5 for kids. Purchasing a ticket also comes with food! Mahalo, hope to see you all there!"  (Cuccinello 2/24)

 

Class and College News

 

"Hey Hey Seniors!! if you didn't pay your senior payment last week, pay the late payment this week in the senior window in the AO! the payment is $60 and is your last and final payment!  (Weaver 2/24)

 

Hey Juniors!  Prom tickets are on sale NOW in the student store.  They are $30 w/ASB and $35 w/o and for guests.  Make sure to get your tickets now!!!  (Mamou 2/24)

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Posted by: Cheryl Sedgwick
Published: 2/21/17

Audience: Assistant Principals, Associates, Parents, Principals, Staff, Students, Sys Admins, Teachers, All Grades, Grade 07, Grade 08, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12 and Homepage

Responsible parent/guardian volunteers are needed to assist with the upcoming Junior Prom event on Saturday, March 11, 2017. Please note the details below and your participation will help to make this Prom a success for all of our participating students!!

Date: Saturday -  March 11, 2017

Location: Masonic Temple - 1123 J St, Sacramento, CA 95814

Time of the Event: 7 p.m. - 11 p.m.

Time(s) Needed/Partial shifts available:
Shift A - 6:30 p.m. - 11:10 p.m.
Shift B - 6:30 p.m. - 9:15 p.m.
Shift C - 9:00 p.m. - 11:10 p.m.
 
*****Refreshments and waters will be provided to volunteers.*****
Please Note: Parent/Adult Volunteers assist the Teachers/Admin Staff with this event. We are there to support and take direction on the stations we need to cover so that the students can have a safe and fun-filled evening. 
If you can help on this Saturday event, please contact us at SheldonVolunteer@gmail.com  or HuskyVolunteer2018@gmail.com  with your name, shift you can work, email address and phone. If you have any questions, just ask!

***Thanks in advance for your help and we hope to hear from you soon!

Barb Malana - HuskyVolunteer2018@gmail.com 

Dorothy Davidson - SheldonVolunteer@gmail.com 

~Sheldon High School Volunteer Coordinators~

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Posted by: Dorothy Davidson
Published: 2/20/17

Audience: Homepage

SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Friday, February 17, 2017

 

Pledge

 

I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. 

 

Today’s news

 

LAST DAY FOR THIS WEEK’S STUDENT STORE SPECIAL!  "Get ready for the next storm by checking out our winter spirit wear accessories.  They are marked down, one to two dollars off, so come bundle up in a new scarf, beanie, or ear band, and show that Husky pride!"  (Shupe 2/17)

 

Runnin’ for Rhett runners, we are meeting today at 3:30 in room D204, RAIN OR SHINE.  Thank you!  (Ramondini 2/17)

 

"Bollywood Bollywood Very Very Jollywood!!! Come be a Husky in Bollywood by attending the Huskies in Bollywood meeting on Friday (February 17) after school in Ms. Robinson's room (D206) upstairs! We will be talking about the Bollywood Megafestival and multicultural. See ya'll there!!  (Robinson 2/17)

 

Attention Sheldon Actors! Are you itching to be part of the hottest, hippest class on campus??? Applications for the 2017-2018 ADVANCED THEATRE class are now available from Mr. Howard in K009 or Mrs. Fox in PAC1. Stop by and pick one up or get more information on being a member of Sheldon’s Award-Winning Theatre Program! Applications are due Friday, February 17th!  (Howard 2/17)

 

Good morning FFA members, February 21-24th is National FFA week. Tuesday's theme is Pajama day, Wednesday theme is FFA day, wear official dress or National Blue and Corn Gold, Thursday is career day, dress in your future work attire, and Friday is FFA Spirit day, wear your favorite FFA shirt. Make sure to stop by Mrs Flaherty room for some snacks and to get activity points during both lunches. If you dress up for three of the four days you receive an FFA Activity Point.  (Flaherty 2/17)

 

“Hello CSF members! Join us at our first SPRING club meeting on Tuesday, 2/21 from 3:15-3:45 in the cafeteria. We will have membership lists posted for all new members and lifetime seniors. See you in CSF!”  (Steger 2/21)

 

Attention ARTSwork Academy students! Your next guest speaker is TUESDAY, February 21st! San Francisco Shakespeare on Tour will be with us in the PAC. Please check your School Loop messages or speak with your Academy advisor to get your Required Form C, or if you have any questions. Remember, this is a required event.  (Howard 2/21)

 

“Mock Trial Round 2 Results. Sheldon’s Mock Trial team went up against Rio Americano Thursday night and lost 610 to 531. That puts us 1 and 1 moving into round 3 against Kennedy High School. Congratulations to Travis Nesmith for winning round 2’s MVP.”  (Reed 2/17)

 

“Aloha Huskies! Pacific Islanders' club is hosting our 15th annual luau in the cafeteria on Saturday, February 25, Doors open at 6 pm performances start at 7 pm. Buy presale tickets from any club member $5 for adults $3 for kids, Presale ends on Tuesday, February 21. Tickets at the door are $10 for adults $5 for kids. Purchasing a ticket also comes with food! Mahalo, hope to see you all there!"  (Cuccinello 2/24)

 

Class and College News

 

Seniors!  Time is running out to apply for College Financial Aid.  Complete the FAFSA before March 2nd to be considered for all types of aid.  Do you need help completing the FAFSA or the California Dream Application?  LAST CHANCE Cash For College Workshops are scheduled for February 22nd at  Luther Burbank High School, and February 28th at Cordova High School. Trained volunteers will be on hand to help you complete and submit the online form.  These are the last workshops in the Sacramento region. Check your school loop email for more details and an event flyer.  (McCabe 2/17)

 

Hey Juniors!  Prom tickets are on sale NOW in the student store.  They are $30 w/ASB and $35 w/o and for guests.  Make sure to get your tickets now!!!  (Mamou 2/24)

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SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Thursday, February 16, 2017

 

Today’s Thought

 

Patience, persistence and perspiration make an unbeatable combination for success. – Napoleon Hill

 

Today’s news

 

"Get ready for the next storm by checking out this week's Student Store Special. Our winter spirit wear accessories are marked down, one to two dollars off, so come bundle up in a new scarf, beanie, or ear band, and show that Husky pride!"  (Shupe 2/17)

 

SHS is the only high school selected to participate in the Runnin' for Rhett Run Because You Can Run on April 2nd at Sac City College.  It is free to all who are interested.  See Ramondini, Newton or Uyeyama to register.  Do the it the Husky Rite Way and sign up today!  (Ramondini 2/16)

 

"Bollywood Bollywood Very Very Jollywood!!! Come be a Husky in Bollywood by attending the Huskies in Bollywood meeting on Friday (February 17) after school in Ms. Robinson's room (D206) upstairs! We will be talking about the Bollywood Megafestival and multicultural. See ya'll there!!  (Robinson 2/17)

 

Attention Sheldon Actors! Are you itching to be part of the hottest, hippest class on campus??? Applications for the 2017-2018 ADVANCED THEATRE class are now available from Mr. Howard in K009 or Mrs. Fox in PAC1. Stop by and pick one up or get more information on being a member of Sheldon’s Award-Winning Theatre Program! Applications are due Friday, February 17th!  (Howard 2/17)

 

Good morning FFA members, February 21-24th is National FFA week. Tuesday's theme is Pajama day, Wednesday theme is FFA day, wear official dress or National Blue and Corn Gold, Thursday is career day, dress in your future work attire, and Friday is FFA Spirit day, wear your favorite FFA shirt. Make sure to stop by Mrs Flaherty room for some snacks and to get activity points during both lunches. If you dress up for three of the four days you receive an FFA Activity Point.  (Flaherty 2/17)

 

“Hello CSF members! Join us at our first SPRING club meeting on Tuesday, 2/21 from 3:15-3:45 in the cafeteria. We will have membership lists posted for all new members and lifetime seniors. See you in CSF!”  (Steger 2/21)

 

Attention ARTSwork Academy students! Your next guest speaker is TUESDAY, February 21st! San Francisco Shakespeare on Tour will be with us in the PAC. Please check your School Loop messages or speak with your Academy advisor to get your Required Form C, or if you have any questions. Remember, this is a required event.  (Howard 2/21)

 

ATTENTION LA RAZA MEMBERS!!! We will have dance practice TODAY outside of Ms. Rocha's classroom immediately after school.   GRACIAS!  (Cortez 2/16)

 

"Aloha Huskies! Pacific Islanders' club is hosting our 15th annual luau in the cafeteria on Saturday, February 25, Doors open at 6 pm performances start at 7 pm. Buy presale tickets from any club member $5 for adults $3 for kids, Presale ends on Tuesday, February 21. Tickets at the door are $10 for adults $5 for kids. Purchasing a ticket also comes with food! Mahalo, hope to see you all there!"  (Cuccinello 2/24)

 

The SHS Science Olympiad team competed in the Golden Gate Invitational this past Saturday held at UC, Berkeley.  The competition consisted of 45 teams from across the United States, including state champions.   The following are notable finishes: 

 

8th Forensics – Abigail McInnes and Saphira Tran (coached by John Little)

8th Wind Power – Vincent Truong and Summer Bui

9th Write it Do it – Abigail McInnes and Tracy Ly

10th Invasive Species – Vincent Truong and Aaron Nguyen

13th Hovercraft – Dean Vo and Peng Xiao

14th Disease Detective – Vincent Truong and Emily Tran (coached by Laura Ziegenhirt)

14th Remote Sensing – Annie Do and Tracy Ly

15th Astronomy – Annie Do and Peng Xiao (coached by Rick Uyeyama)

 

The team finished 17th amongst the 45.   Great job science Olympiad team!

 

Class and College News

 

Seniors!  Time is running out to apply for College Financial Aid.  Complete the FAFSA before March 2nd to be considered for all types of aid.  Do you need help completing the FAFSA or the California Dream Application?  LAST CHANCE Cash For College Workshops are scheduled for February 22nd at  Luther Burbank High School, and February 28th at Cordova High School. Trained volunteers will be on hand to help you complete and submit the online form.  These are the last workshops in the Sacramento region. Check your school loop email for more details and an event flyer.  (McCabe 2/17)

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Attention Sheldon Actors and Technicians! Are you itching to be part of the hottest, hippest class on campus??? Applications for the 2017-2018 ADVANCED THEATRE class are now available from Mr. Howard in K009 or Mrs. Fox in PAC1, or by opening the attachment below. Stop by and pick one up or get more information on being a member of Sheldon’s Award-Winning Theatre Program!

 

Applications are due Friday, February 17th!

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Posted by: Craig Howard
Published: 2/16/17

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The US Coastguard Academy Introduction Mission (AIM) Program challenges and inspires rising high school seniors (current juniors) interested in serving their country and exploring technical degree programs.  During six action-packed days, you'll immerse yourself in Coast Guard tradition and Academy life with Cadet leaders:

  • in the engineering lab
  • on the playing fields
  • on the parade grounds
  • on the water

You rise early.  You study, compete, and create.  You test your mind, body, and spirit as you build lasting friendships with students from around the nation. 

Attend one of three sessions in July.

Tuition $475. (Need-based scholarships available)

Learn more and apply at www.uscga.edu/AIM (link attached)

Deadline to apply: April 1

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Audience: Acadeca 2016-2017, Incoming AP 11 Students 2016-2017, TEAM Husky 16-17 and Homepage

Hey Juniors! Click on the link below to request songs that you want to hear on Prom night. Remember: Tickets are on sale till March 3rd, $30 w/ ASB and $35 w/o! 

See you under the CityLights! 

 

 

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Published: 2/16/17

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SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

 

Today’s Thought

 

No legacy is so rich as honesty. – William Shakespeare

 

Today’s news

 

"Get ready for the next storm by checking out this week's Student Store Special. Our winter spirit wear accessories are marked down, one to two dollars off, so come bundle up in a new scarf, beanie, or ear band, and show that Husky pride!"  (Shupe 2/17)

 

A free 5K race at Sac City College on April 2nd is available to all who are interested. See Ramondini, Newton or Uyeyama to register.  Feel the husky pride!  (Ramondini 2/15)

 

"Bollywood Bollywood Very Very Jollywood!!! Come be a Husky in Bollywood by attending the Huskies in Bollywood meeting on Friday (February 17) after school in Ms. Robinson's room (D206) upstairs! We will be talking about the Bollywood Megafestival and multicultural. See ya'll there!!  (Robinson 2/17)

 

Attention Sheldon Actors! Are you itching to be part of the hottest, hippest class on campus??? Applications for the 2017-2018 ADVANCED THEATRE class are now available from Mr. Howard in K009 or Mrs. Fox in PAC1. Stop by and pick one up or get more information on being a member of Sheldon’s Award-Winning Theatre Program! Applications are due Friday, February 17th!  (Howard 2/17)

 

Good morning FFA members, February 21-24th is National FFA week. Tuesday's theme is Pajama day, Wednesday theme is FFA day, wear official dress or National Blue and Corn Gold, Thursday is career day, dress in your future work attire, and Friday is FFA Spirit day, wear your favorite FFA shirt. Make sure to stop by Mrs Flaherty room for some snacks and to get activity points during both lunches. If you dress up for three of the four days you receive an FFA Activity Point.  (Flaherty 2/17)

 

After a brief hiatus due to technical difficulties, the Young Musicians Club is back and in effect.  Please come to Mr. Diehl’s Room 332 on Wednesday after school to collaborate on making music with your peers.  All skill levels and musical instruments are welcome.  If you show up, we will all get better.  (Diehl 2/15)

 

Attention ARTSwork Academy students! Your next guest speaker is TUESDAY, February 21st! San Francisco Shakespeare on Tour will be with us in the PAC. Please check your School Loop messages or speak with your Academy advisor to get your Required Form C, or if you have any questions. Remember, this is a required event.  (Howard 2/21)

 

ATTENTION LA RAZA MEMBERS!!! We will have dance practice Thursday outside of Ms. Rocha's classroom immediately after school.  Also, TODAY wed Feb 15th, yearbook will be taking our picture in the PAC our time is scheduled for 3:45pm, please meet immediately after school in Ms. Rocha's class and we will head over together.  GRACIAS!  (Cortez 2/15)

 

Class and College News

 

Seniors!  Time is running out to apply for College Financial Aid.  Complete the FAFSA before March 2nd to be considered for all types of aid.  Do you need help completing the FAFSA or the California Dream Application?  LAST CHANCE Cash For College Workshops are scheduled for February 22nd at  Luther Burbank High School, and February 28th at Cordova High School. Trained volunteers will be on hand to help you complete and submit the online form.  These are the last workshops in the Sacramento region. Check your school loop email for more details and an event flyer.  (McCabe 2/17)

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SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

 

Today’s Thought

 

Love is the only force capable of transforming an enemy into a friend. - Martin Luther King, Jr.
 

Today’s news

 

Hey huskies! Looking to tell your loved ones something special? Pick up a ThatsSoSheldon slip and write to them! Find these slips at the AO or The sound system and come pick some up! Have them turned in to the AO by Tuesday the 14th!  (Grivel 2/14)

 

Would you like to participate in a 5K run at Sac City College? If you are currently in PE or an after school sport, your entrance fees will be paid for the Runnin' for Rhett Run Because You Can Run on April 2nd.  If you can make it to the race, you will receive a free t-shirt, free medal and will feel the pride of completing a 5K just for the health of it.  See Ramondini, Newton or Uyeyama to register.  (Ramondini 2/14)

 

"Bollywood Bollywood Very Very Jollywood!!! Come be a Husky in Bollywood by attending the Huskies in Bollywood meeting on Friday (February 17) after school in Ms. Robinson's room (D206) upstairs! We will be talking about the Bollywood Megafestival and multicultural. See ya'll there!!  (Robinson 2/17)

 

Attention Sheldon Actors! Are you itching to be part of the hottest, hippest class on campus??? Applications for the 2017-2018 ADVANCED THEATRE class are now available from Mr. Howard in K009 or Mrs. Fox in PAC1. Stop by and pick one up or get more information on being a member of Sheldon’s Award-Winning Theatre Program! Applications are due Friday, February 17th!  (Howard 2/17)

 

Attention badminton club members, please try to get to the gym tomorrow morning by 8:20 for the tournament.  Thank you!  (Ramondini 2/14)

 

After a brief hiatus due to technical difficulties, the Young Musicians Club is back and in effect.  Please come to Mr. Diehl’s Room 332 on Wednesday after school to collaborate on making music with your peers.  All skill levels and musical instruments are welcome.  If you show up, we will all get better.  (Diehl 2/15)

 

Attention ARTSwork Academy students! Your next guest speaker is TUESDAY, February 21st! San Francisco Shakespeare on Tour will be with us in the PAC. Please check your School Loop messages or speak with your Academy advisor to get your Required Form C, or if you have any questions. Remember, this is a required event.  (Howard 2/21)

 

ATTENTION LA RAZA MEMBERS!!! We will have dance practice today and Thursday outside of Ms. Rocha's classroom immediately after school.  Also, tomorrow wed Feb 15th, yearbook will be taking our picture in the PAC our time is scheduled for 3:45pm, please meet immediately after school in Ms. Rocha's class and we will head over together.  GRACIAS!  (Cortez 2/14)

 

“Congratulations to Sheldon’s Academic Decathlon team for earning 5th place in this year’s competition. This year, Sheldon students walked away with 11 medals!

  • Jamey Guzman: Gold medal for her interview, bronze medal for music.
  • Manmit Chahal: Bronze medal for art, medal for being Sheldon’s top scorer.
  • Connor Randolph: Bronze medal for math, bronze medal for economics, silver medal for super quiz, and medal for team leadership.
  • Catalina Nguyen: Silver medal for super quiz.
  • Nicolette Le: Silver medal for super quiz.
  • Ranya Odeh: 8th overall alternate.

Great work decathletes!”

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SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Friday, February 10, 2017

 

Pledge

 

I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. 

 

Today’s news

 

Hey huskies! Looking to tell your loved ones something special? Pick up a ThatsSoSheldon slip and write to them! Find these slips at the AO or The sound system and come pick some up! Have them turned in to the AO by Tuesday the 14th!  (Grivel 2/14)

 

"Rose grams are on sale during both lunches in the Cafeteria for $1.50 each! Get your someone special a rose before they are gone"  (Weaver 2/10)

 

"Bollywood Bollywood Very Very Jollywood!!! Come be a Husky in Bollywood by attending the Huskies in Bollywood meeting on Friday (February 17) after school in Ms. Robinson's room (D206) upstairs! We will be talking about the Bollywood Megafestival and multicultural. See ya'll there!!  (Robinson 2/17)

 

Attention Sheldon Actors! Are you itching to be part of the hottest, hippest class on campus??? Applications for the 2017-2018 ADVANCED THEATRE class are now available from Mr. Howard in K009 or Mrs. Fox in PAC1. Stop by and pick one up or get more information on being a member of Sheldon’s Award-Winning Theatre Program! Applications are due Friday, February 17th!  (Howard 2/17)

 

STUDENT STORE NEWS!!  Come by the student store and check out this week’s special.  If you spend $3 or more, you get a free pack of Goldfish.  Limit one per person each day.  (Shupe 2/10)

 

Hey Huskies! Universal Rhythm Dance Company would like to announce our 19th Annual Mainstage production. We’ve been preparing for months to create an unforgettable show this year and we can’t wait to showcase our efforts. Tickets will be $8 presale and $10 at the door. You can purchase tickets at lunch outside M09.  Come see us and get your tickets. We’d love for all of you to share in this year’s mainstage experience and there are 3 opportunities for you to do that. Our remaining show dates are Friday February 10th at 7pm and Saturday February 11th at 7pm. We will see you there!  (Child 2/10)

 

Attention all Runnin’ for Rhett participants.  Just a reminder that we start our training program Friday February 10th.  Please meet in room 340 at 3:30.  Bring your permission slip.  If you are still interested in the free 5K run and training program, please get an information packet from  Ms. Ramondini, Mr. Newton or Mr. Uyeyama.  Run because you can!  (Ramondini 2/10)

 

Class and College News

 

"Rain drop.. drop top Pay your senior payment before you get droppED droppED..$55 is due this week for Senior Ball. Pay today at the senior window." (Weaver 2/10)

 

Hey Huskies! Prom Ball Expo is this Friday.  Stop by in the Cafeteria and check out the suits and dresses. There will also be a raffle where we will be giving away free tickets to prom, ball, the blacklight dance, and other prizes!! We hope to see you there!!" (Weaver 2/10)

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At the Decathlon banquet, Sheldon students walked away with 11 medals!

 

Jamey Guzman: Gold medal for her interview, bronze medal for music.

Manmit Chahal: Bronze medal for art, medal for being Sheldon’s top scorer.

Connor Randolph: Bronze medal for math, bronze medal for economics, silver medal for super quiz, and medal for team leadership.

Catalina Nguyen: Silver medal for super quiz.

Nicolette Le: Silver medal for super quiz.

Ranya Odeh: 8th overall alternate.

 

Overall Sheldon took home the medal for 5th place!  Congratulations to the entire team for your great showing.

 

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Posted by: Craig Grivel
Published: 2/10/17

Audience: Acadeca, Acadeca 2016-2017, AP 11 Fall 2016 students, APUSH 2015-2016, Biotech Academy, Club Leadership, MSA, National Honor Society, TEAM Husky 15-16 and Homepage

HEY HUSKIES!

 

Are you looking for community service hours? Do you want to meet students from other schools and make new friends? Do you want to be more involved in your community and be a leader?

 

Come to the Teen Unity Day! This day is planned and organized by the Teen Action Committee of Elk Grove. We are a diverse group of teens dedicated to bringing forth YOUR ideas and putting them into action. The purpose of this day is to "create a safe, fun space for teens to express themselves and learn how to become a leader in their community". 

 

In short:

 

What: Teen Action Committee “Unity Day”
Who: Teens in the Elk Grove Community
Where: Pavilion in Elk Grove Park, 9950 Elk Grove-Florin Road
When: Saturday, Feb. 18
Time: 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Cost: FREE

* Community Service Hours for Attendance
* Free Continental Breakfast & Lunch

 

If you plan to participate, PLEASE RSVP BY FEB. 14th AT THE LINK ATTACHED! 

 

For questions, feel free to reach me through loop mail.

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Posted by: Jasleen Kaur
Published: 2/10/17

Audience: Acadeca 2016-2017, AP Chem Summer Workshop - Session 1, AP Chemistry, Biology Summer school, Biotech Academy, Club Leadership, Incoming AP 11 Students 2016-2017, MSA, Multicultural Assembly, National Honor Society, TEAM Husky 16-17 and Homepage

Come to the meeting of Project Serving Humanity in Mr. Goodwin's room on Wednesday before school at 8:30 A.M.

 

See you then!

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Published: 2/10/17

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SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Thursday, February 9, 2017

 

Today’s Thought

 

Knowledge is power. Information is liberating. Education is the premise of progress, in every society, in every family. – Kofi Annan

 

Today’s news

 

Attention Sheldon Actors! Are you itching to be part of the hottest, hippest class on campus??? Applications for the 2017-2018 ADVANCED THEATRE class are now available from Mr. Howard in K009 or Mrs. Fox in PAC1. Stop by and pick one up or get more information on being a member of Sheldon’s Award-Winning Theatre Program! Applications are due Friday, February 17th!  (Howard 2/17)

 

STUDENT STORE NEWS!!  Come by the student store and check out this week’s special.  If you spend $3 or more, you get a free pack of Goldfish.  Limit one per person each day.  (Shupe 2/10)

 

Hey Huskies! Universal Rhythm Dance Company would like to announce our 19th Annual Mainstage production. We’ve been preparing for months to create an unforgettable show this year and we can’t wait to showcase our efforts. Tickets will be $8 presale and $10 at the door. Ticket sales begin January 30th at lunch outside M09.  Come see us and get your tickets. We’d love for all of you to share in this year’s mainstage experience and there are 3 opportunities for you to do that. Our Show dates are Thursday February 9th at 6pm, Friday February 10th at 7pm and Saturday February 11th at 7pm. We will see you there!  (Child 2/9)

 

Attention all Runnin’ for Rhett participants.  Just a reminder that we start our training program Friday February 10th.  Please meet in room 340 at 3:30.  Bring your permission slip.  If you are still interested in the free 5K run and training program, please get an information packet from  Ms. Ramondini, Mr. Newton or Mr. Uyeyama.  Run because you can!  (Ramondini 2/10)

 

"There is still an opportunity to sign up to go to Costa Rica this summer! If you are interested in going or have already signed up to go to Costa Rica, please come to an informational meeting TONIGHT in the Library at 6:30. Please bring a parent. See you there!" (Newton 2/9)

 

Class and College News

 

"Rain drop.. drop top Pay your senior payment before you get droppED droppED..$55 is due this week for Senior Ball. Pay today at the senior window." (Weaver 2/10)

 

Hey Huskies! Prom Ball Expo is this Friday.  Stop by in the Cafeteria and check out the suits and dresses. There will also be a raffle where we will be giving away free tickets to prom, ball, the blacklight dance, and other prizes!! We hope to see you there!!" (Weaver 2/10)

 

Hey Juniors!!! Do you want to take someone to prom who does not go to Sheldon? Make sure to grab your guest pass in the Activities Office and turn them in by Friday at 3:07 in the AO!  Time is running out!  (Mamou 2/9)

 

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Published: 2/9/17

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SHS ACADEMY GROUP PHOTOS

--Yearbook is taking group photos of each academy to be published in this year’s book.

 

--We also need any pictures of academy activities that you may have taken with your phones. Share any pictures in an email with your name and what the activity was to ashupe@egusd.net.

 

--Picture date and times. We will follow this schedule. If you are late or miss the date there are no makeups.

 

---TUESDAY FEB 14

-------STEPS OF THE PAC

 

EQUITAS: 315-3:20

ARTSWORK: 3:20-3:25

BUILDING TRADES: 3:25-3:30

BIOTECH 3:30-3:35

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Published: 2/9/17

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SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Wednesday, February 8, 2017

 

Today’s Thought

 

People may hear your words, but they feel your attitude. – John C. Maxwell

 

Today’s news

 

Attention Sheldon Actors! Are you itching to be part of the hottest, hippest class on campus??? Applications for the 2017-2018 ADVANCED THEATRE class are now available from Mr. Howard in K009 or Mrs. Fox in PAC1. Stop by and pick one up or get more information on being a member of Sheldon’s Award-Winning Theatre Program! Applications are due Friday, February 17th!  (Howard 2/17)

 

Hey Huskies! Universal Rhythm Dance Company would like to announce our 19th Annual Mainstage production. We’ve been preparing for months to create an unforgettable show this year and we can’t wait to showcase our efforts. Tickets will be $8 presale and $10 at the door. Ticket sales begin January 30th at lunch outside M09.  Come see us and get your tickets. We’d love for all of you to share in this year’s mainstage experience and there are 3 opportunities for you to do that. Our Show dates are Thursday February 9th at 6pm, Friday February 10th at 7pm and Saturday February 11th at 7pm. We will see you there!  (Child 2/9)

 

Attention all BSU members.  If you are interested in performing in the multicultural assembly, please stop by Ms. Mamou’s room (R007) by Thursday for information.  Don’t miss out on being a part of SHS history.  (Mamou 2/8)

 

"There is still an opportunity to sign up to go to Costa Rica this summer! If you are interested in going or have already signed up to go to Costa Rica, please come to an informational meeting this Thursday in the Library at 6:30. Please bring a parent. See you there!" (Newton 2/9)

 

Class and College News

 

"Rain drop.. drop top Pay your senior payment before you get droppED droppED..$55 is due this week for Senior Ball. Pay today at the senior window." (Weaver 2/10)

 

Hey Huskies! Prom Ball Expo is this Friday.  Stop by in the Cafeteria and check out the suits and dresses. There will also be a raffle where we will be giving away free tickets to prom, ball, the blacklight dance, and other prizes!! We hope to see you there!!" (Weaver 2/10)

 

Hey Juniors!!! Do you want to take someone to prom who does not go to Sheldon? Make sure to grab your guest pass in the Activities Office and turn them in by Friday at 3:07 in the AO!  Time is running out!  (Mamou 2/9)

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SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Tuesday, February 7, 2017

 

Today’s Thought

 

Keep your face to the sunshine and you cannot see a shadow. – Helen Keller

 

Today’s news

 

Runnin’ for Rhett permission slips are due tomorrow and training starts Friday for the 5K run or walk.  See Ms. Ramondini, Mr. Newton or Mr. Uyeyama for more information.  Run because you can!  (Ramondini 2/7)

 

Attention Sheldon Actors! Are you itching to be part of the hottest, hippest class on campus??? Applications for the 2017-2018 ADVANCED THEATRE class are now available from Mr. Howard in K009 or Mrs. Fox in PAC1. Stop by and pick one up or get more information on being a member of Sheldon’s Award-Winning Theatre Program! Applications are due Friday, February 17th!  (Howard 2/17)

 

BEYONCE HAS TWINS!! Hello Class of 2018! PROM Guest Passes are out NOW and are due next Friday, February 10th. Guest passes are $35. You can pick them up in the AO. Remember  that prom is on March 11th from 7-11 PM.   (Mamou 2/10)

 

Hey Huskies! Universal Rhythm Dance Company would like to announce our 19th Annual Mainstage production. We’ve been preparing for months to create an unforgettable show this year and we can’t wait to showcase our efforts. Tickets will be $8 presale and $10 at the door. Ticket sales begin January 30th at lunch outside M09.  Come see us and get your tickets. We’d love for all of you to share in this year’s mainstage experience and there are 3 opportunities for you to do that. Our Show dates are Thursday February 9th at 6pm, Friday February 10th at 7pm and Saturday February 11th at 7pm. We will see you there!  (Child 2/9)

 

Attention all BSU members.  If you are interested in performing in the multicultural assembly, please stop by Ms. Mamou’s room (R007) by Thursday for information.  Don’t miss out on being a part of SHS history.  (Mamou 2/8)

 

"There is still an opportunity to sign up to go to Costa Rica this summer! If you are interested in going or have already signed up to go to Costa Rica, please come to an informational meeting this Thursday in the Library at 6:30. Please bring a parent. See you there!" (Newton 2/9)

 

Class and College News

 

"Rain drop.. drop top Pay your senior payment before you get droppED droppED..$55 is due this week for Senior Ball. Pay today at the senior window." (Weaver 2/10)

 

Attention Seniors!  Are you planning to enroll in Community College after high school?  The Los Rios application opened on February 1stCongratulations to the 50 seniors who completed the application at a CRC workshop on the 1st.  You are on your way!  The application is available on the Los Rios Website at www.losrios.edu. Those who complete the first 4 steps of enrollment before April 1, will receive higher priority when registering for classes.  Sacramento City will hold an Application Workshop on Tuesday, Feb. 7th and there are still a few seats available– See Ms. McCabe to sign up.  If you have questions about enrolling in community college, see your counselor or Ms. McCabe in the Career Center.  (McCabe 2/7) 

 

“Attention Seniors…Your Yearbook Senior Class Photo will be taken Wednesday morning at 9:00 AM in the main gym. There will not be makeups and we would like all of the senior class there. Wednesday, 9:00 AM in the main gym for the senior class photo. Try to wear senior shirts or teal, black, or white.”  (Shupe 2/7)

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SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Monday, February 6, 2017

 

Today’s Thought

 

If you don't like something, change it. If you can't change it, change your attitude. – Maya Angelou

 

Today’s news

 

Permission slips are due this Wednesday for the Runnin’ for Rhett 5K.  Come out and join the cause.  See Ms. Ramondini, Mr. Newton or Mr. Uyeyama for permission slips. Run because you can!  (Ramondini 2/6)

 

Attention Sheldon Actors! Are you itching to be part of the hottest, hippest class on campus??? Applications for the 2017-2018 ADVANCED THEATRE class are now available from Mr. Howard in K009 or Mrs. Fox in PAC1. Stop by and pick one up or get more information on being a member of Sheldon’s Award-Winning Theatre Program! Applications are due Friday, February 17th!  (Howard 2/17)

 

Mock Trial Round 1: Wednesday night the Sheldon Mock Trial team competed against last year’s championship team Elk Grove. After all the points were calculated, Sheldon beat Elk Grove 261 to 258. Also, congratulations to Amber Calceta for winning round 1 MVP. Wish Sheldon Mock Trial luck in round 2!  (Reed 2/6)

 

Food Services Announcement:   Chinese food will be served in the speed line starting TODAY and will continue until further notice.  (Gracia 2/6)

 

BEYONCE HAS TWINS!! Hello Class of 2018! PROM Guest Passes are out NOW and are due next Friday, February 10th. Guest passes are $35. You can pick them up in the AO. Remember  that prom is on March 11th from 7-11 PM.   (Mamou 2/10)

 

Hey Huskies! Universal Rhythm Dance Company would like to announce our 19th Annual Mainstage production. We’ve been preparing for months to create an unforgettable show this year and we can’t wait to showcase our efforts. Tickets will be $8 presale and $10 at the door. Ticket sales begin January 30th at lunch outside M09.  Come see us and get your tickets. We’d love for all of you to share in this year’s mainstage experience and there are 3 opportunities for you to do that. Our Show dates are Thursday February 9th at 6pm, Friday February 10th at 7pm and Saturday February 11th at 7pm. We will see you there!  (Child 2/9)

 

Attention all BSU members.  If you are interested in performing in the multicultural assembly, please stop by Ms. Mamou’s room (R007) by Thursday for information.  Don’t miss out on being a part of SHS history.  (Mamou 2/8)

 

 

Class and College News

 

Attention Seniors!  Are you planning to enroll in Community College after high school?  The Los Rios application opened on February 1stCongratulations to the 50 seniors who completed the application at a CRC workshop on the 1st.  You are on your way!  The application is available on the Los Rios Website at www.losrios.edu. Those who complete the first 4 steps of enrollment before April 1, will receive higher priority when registering for classes.  Sacramento City will hold an Application Workshop on Tuesday, Feb. 7th and there are still a few seats available– See Ms. McCabe to sign up.  If you have questions about enrolling in community college, see your counselor or Ms. McCabe in the Career Center.  (McCabe 2/7) 

 

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Audience: Adv Chld Thtr Period 3, Adv Thtr H Period 3, CTE Mainstage Production Period 9, Mentoring Program Period 5, Theater 1 Period 1, Vapa Intern Period 1, Craig Howard, Adv Chld Thtr Site, Adv Thtr H Site, Mentoring Program Site, Theater 1 Site, Theater 2 Site, Theater 3 Site, Vapa Intern Site, Advanced Theatre 2016-2017, Artswork Academy, Ashland...Oregon Shakespeare Festival Trip Goers 2017, Club Leadership, EGUSD Theatre, TEAM Husky 16-17, 25th ANNUAL PUTNAM COUNTY SPELLING BEE Cast and Crew, Assistant Principals, Associates, Parents, Principals, Staff, Students, Sys Admins, Teachers, All Grades, Grade 07, Grade 08, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12 and Homepage

Time for LENAEA!
LENAEA Theatre Festival February 10-12
Three Stages @ Harris Center for the Performing Arts, Folsom Lake College

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Friday, February 10
12:30-9:00 PM: One-Acts, Duets, Monologues, Musical Theatre

Saturday, February 11
SHELDON MUSICAL THEATRE
PERFORM 11:00AM 

SHELDON DUET SCENE
PERFORM 1:15PM 

SHELDON MONOLOGUES
PERFORM 7:30PM 

SUNDAY February 12
SHELDON ONE-ACT (PANDORA)
PERFORM 10:00AM Stage One

WINNERS/ 5:00PM Stage One
COMMAND PERFORMANCES
AWARDS 6:30PM Stage One

The Full Lenaea Schedule can be found at:
http://lenaea.org/festival/schedule/ 

Sheldon’s Advanced Theatre class will be performing at the annual LENAEA Theatre Festival February 11th and 12th. The LENAEA Festival is a three day event where high school students from throughout the western states present their one-act plays, monologues, scenes, and musical theatre solos in competition. For many years the Lenaea Festival took place at CSU Sacramento, but for the fifth year will be held at the gorgeous 3 Stages Facility at the Harris Center for the Performing Arts at Folsom Lake College. The Festival also provides on-going educational outreach, workshops, and networking opportunities.

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Posted by: Craig Howard, Teacher, Sheldon High School
Published: 2/5/17

Audience: Adv Chld Thtr Period 3, Adv Thtr H Period 3, CTE Mainstage Production Period 9, Mentoring Program Period 5, Theater 1 Period 1, Vapa Intern Period 1, Craig Howard, Adv Chld Thtr Site, Adv Thtr H Site, Mentoring Program Site, Theater 1 Site, Theater 2 Site, Theater 3 Site, Vapa Intern Site, Advanced Theatre 2016-2017, Artswork Academy, Ashland...Oregon Shakespeare Festival Trip Goers 2017, Club Leadership, EGUSD Theatre, TEAM Husky 16-17, 25th ANNUAL PUTNAM COUNTY SPELLING BEE Cast and Crew, The HEART of ROBIN HOOD Cast and Crew, Assistant Principals, Associates, Parents, Principals, Staff, Students, Sys Admins, Teachers, All Grades, Grade 07, Grade 08, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12 and Homepage

Sheldon's entries at the LENAEA Theatre Festival
Advanced Theatre One Act production, PANDORA
by Wim Coleman

+ Monologues, Duos, and Musical Theatre 

ADMISSION = FREE
We will gladly accept donations at the door.

 


 

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Posted by: Craig Howard, Teacher, Sheldon High School
Published: 2/5/17

Audience: APUSH 2015-2016, Club Leadership, TEAM Husky 15-16, TEAM Husky 16-17 and Homepage

National School Counseling Week, February 6-10, focuses on the the tremendous impact school counselors have in helping students achieve school success and plan for future careers. In honor of it, Sheldon High School will be showing immense appreciation for our counselors! To kick off the week, let's learn more about our wonderful counselors and what they enjoy most about their job...


Cassella
Cassella: I love meeting 9th graders for the first time and seeing their growth throughout high school and handing them their diplomas as they walk the stage!


Zehnder-Olson
Zehnder-Olson: I enjoy making connections with high school students and helping them. I am so inspired by helping students face the opportunities they have in front of them


Ward
Ward: I enjoy seeing the students I’ve worked with succeed!


Watkins

Watkins: I enjoy watching kids go across the stage that didn’t think they were going to make it, make it! It’s a special feeling seeing them achieve their goals


Cortez

Cortez: I enjoy getting to know the story of my students!


Gardner

Gardner: I enjoy getting to connect with students and letting them know that I truly care about them!


Hidalgo

Hidalgo: Working with students! I’m a people person so I enjoy working with students and it's rewarding to help high school students and see their progress


Grimm

Grimm: I enjoy helping kids and being with students every day. Every day is fun and rewarding!


McCabe

McCabe: I enjoy seeing the students succeed, and knowing that I can play a small part in that! I enjoy helping provide them the information they need and seeing them come back and share with me their success stories!


Tweedy

Tweedy: I enjoy getting to know the students and helping them, especially chatting with them!

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Published: 2/4/17

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SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Friday, February 3, 2017

 

Pledge

 

I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. 

 

Today’s news

 

Come out and join the fitness fun!  Come and train to complete a 5K run or walk.  See Ms. Ramondini, Mr Newton or Mr. Uyeyama for more information and permission slips.  Race day is April 2nd.  Run because you can!  (Ramondini 2/3)

 

Hey, hey, Huskies! Food Faire is NEXT WEDNESDAY during both lunches. Tickets will be sold before school at the student store and during both lunches. Don't forget!!  (Grivel 2/3)

 

Attention Sheldon Actors! Are you itching to be part of the hottest, hippest class on campus??? Applications for the 2017-2018 ADVANCED THEATRE class are now available from Mr. Howard in K009 or Mrs. Fox in PAC1. Stop by and pick one up or get more information on being a member of Sheldon’s Award-Winning Theatre Program! Applications are due Friday, February 17th!  (Howard 2/17)

 

Aloha huskies! There will be a Pacific Islanders' Club meeting this Friday, February 3, 2017 in room D118. We are going to talk more about luau, and distribute tickets! See you all there at 3:15, Mahalo!  (Cuccinello 2/3)

 

ATTENTION LA RAZA MEMBERS!  We will have dance practice this week on Tuesday and Thursday after school outside of MS. Rocha’s classroom, please be on time.  Also, this Friday February 3rd we will be having a meeting in Ms. Rocha’s classroom immediately after school.  Gracias!  (Cortez 2/3)

 

Food Services Announcement:   Chinese food will be served in the speed line starting Monday and will continue until further notice.  (Gracia 2/6)

 

“Hey Outdoors Club members we have two big reminders for this week.  First reminderThe Helping Hands Homeless event is this Saturday February 4th and we are in need of lightly used coats, blankets, gloves, scarves, and hats.  Take your donations to D-204 or D-206 by this Friday.  Second reminderwe are making a second order of the ODC Hoodies, the hoodies are $28 and can be purchased at the student store by this Friday.  For more updates check out www.shsodc.com!”  (Uyeyama 2/3)

 

Hey Huskies! Universal Rhythm Dance Company would like to announce our 19th Annual Mainstage production. We’ve been preparing for months to create an unforgettable show this year and we can’t wait to showcase our efforts. Tickets will be $8 presale and $10 at the door. Ticket sales begin January 30th at lunch outside M09.  Come see us and get your tickets. We’d love for all of you to share in this year’s mainstage experience and there are 3 opportunities for you to do that. Our Show dates are Thursday February 9th at 6pm, Friday February 10th at 7pm and Saturday February 11th at 7pm. We will see you there!  (Child 2/9)

 

Class and College News

 

Are you thinking about a Career in the Arts?  The Academy of Art University will give a presentation in the Career Center on Tuesday, February 14th.  If you would like to know more about the Academy of Art, sign up in the Career Center.  (McCabe 2/3)

 

Attention Seniors!  Are you planning to enroll in Community College after high school?  The Los Rios application opened on February 1stCongratulations to the 50 seniors who completed the application at a CRC workshop on the 1st.  You are on your way!  The application is available on the Los Rios Website at www.losrios.edu. Those who complete the first 4 steps of enrollment before April 1, will receive higher priority when registering for classes.  Sacramento City will hold an Application Workshop on Tuesday, Feb. 7th and there are still a few seats available– See Ms. McCabe to sign up.  If you have questions about enrolling in community college, see your counselor or Ms. McCabe in the Career Center.  (McCabe 2/7) 

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SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Thursday, February 2, 2017

 

Today’s Thought

 

Only you can control your future.  – Dr. Seuss

 

Today’s news

 

Would you like to train to run or walk a 5K with the Runnin’ for Rhett program,  receive a free t-shirt, a free medal and have your race fees paid for all while hanging out with other cool SHS students?  See Ms. Ramondini, Mr. Newton or Mr. Uyeyama for permission slips.  Race day is April 2nd.  Run because you can!  (Ramondini 2/2)

 

Hey, hey, Huskies! Food Faire is NEXT WEDNESDAY during both lunches. Tickets will be sold before school at the student store and during both lunches. Don't forget!!  (Grivel 2/3)

 

Attention Sheldon Actors! Are you itching to be part of the hottest, hippest class on campus??? Applications for the 2017-2018 ADVANCED THEATRE class are now available from Mr. Howard in K009 or Mrs. Fox in PAC1. Stop by and pick one up or get more information on being a member of Sheldon’s Award-Winning Theatre Program! Applications are due Friday, February 17th!  (Howard 2/17)

Interested in Engineering or Solar power?  We are looking for students who would like to participate in the SMUD Solar Car Race.  For this competition, high school students design, construct and race model cars powered by a solar module.  Go to Room 335 this Thursday at 3:15 to get more information or to sign up.  Schoolloop Mr. Weaver if you have any questions.  (Weaver 2/2)

 

Aloha huskies! There will be a Pacific Islanders' Club meeting this Friday, February 3, 2017 in room D118. We are going to talk more about luau, and distribute tickets! See you all there at 3:15, Mahalo!  (Cuccinello 2/3)

 

ATTENTION LA RAZA MEMBERS!  We will have dance practice this week on Tuesday and Thursday after school outside of MS. Rocha’s classroom, please be on time.  Also, this Friday February 3rd we will be having a meeting in Ms. Rocha’s classroom immediately after school.  Gracias!  (Cortez 2/3)

 

Hey photo club members! I know it's been a while but we haven't forgotten about you, we will be having a meeting this Thursday February 2nd in room J006 at 3:15. You'll have the chance to take some rad pictures using pinhole cameras, so stop by and check it out! Everyone's welcome!  (Coates 2/2)

 

“Hey Outdoors Club members we have two big reminders for this week.  First reminderThe Helping Hands Homeless event is this Saturday February 4th and we are in need of lightly used coats, blankets, gloves, scarves, and hats.  Take your donations to D-204 or D-206 by this Friday.  Second reminderwe are making a second order of the ODC Hoodies, the hoodies are $28 and can be purchased at the student store by this Friday.  For more updates check out www.shsodc.com!”  (Uyeyama 2/3)

 

Hey Huskies! Universal Rhythm Dance Company would like to announce our 19th Annual Mainstage production. We’ve been preparing for months to create an unforgettable show this year and we can’t wait to showcase our efforts. Tickets will be $8 presale and $10 at the door. Ticket sales begin January 30th at lunch outside M09.  Come see us and get your tickets. We’d love for all of you to share in this year’s mainstage experience and there are 3 opportunities for you to do that. Our Show dates are Thursday February 9th at 6pm, Friday February 10th at 7pm and Saturday February 11th at 7pm. We will see you there!  (Child 2/9)

 

 

Class and College News

 

Are you thinking about a Career in the Arts?  The Academy of Art University will give a presentation in the Career Center on Tuesday, February 14th.  If you would like to know more about the Academy of Art, sign up in the Career Center.  (McCabe 2/3)

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Come feel what we feel everyday at Sheldon High School, and dance your way through our campus with our very own students! 

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Posted by: Nicholas Garcia
Published: 2/2/17

Audience: 2015 BT Biology, Biotech Academy, Incoming AP 11 Students 2016-2017 and Homepage

Hey huskies our Junior Prom theme is Citylights! Junior Prom guest passes are now out and due February 10th. Ticket sales start on the 14th of February and are $35 w/o ASB and $30 w/ASB but Guest Pass tickets are $35. You can pick up a guest pass in the AO or print one here (attached file). See you on Prom Night, March 11th from 7-11 PM!

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Published: 2/2/17

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SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

 

Today’s Thought

 

There are many ways of going forward, but only one way of standing still. – Franklin D. Roosevelt

 

Today’s news

 

Attention Sheldon Actors! Are you itching to be part of the hottest, hippest class on campus??? Applications for the 2017-2018 ADVANCED THEATRE class are now available from Mr. Howard in K009 or Mrs. Fox in PAC1. Stop by and pick one up or get more information on being a member of Sheldon’s Award-Winning Theatre Program! Applications are due Friday, February 17th!  (Howard 2/17)

 

Attention ARTSwork Academy students! Your next guest speaker is this Wednesday, February 1st! The Broadway Tour of KINKY BOOTS will be presenting a Makeup Lecture/Demonstration in the STUDIO THEATRE during 2nd period. Please check your School Loop messages or speak with your Academy advisor to get your Required Form C and Release Form, or if you have any questions. Remember, this is a required event.  (Howard 2/1)

 

Sheldon participated in the State bridge building contest this past Saturday at Sacramento State.  Congratulations to Samson Nguyen, James Chairez, and Osiris Brown-el for placing 3rd and Julissa Malana, Noel Magana, Shaira Soliva for placing second!  Congratulations!   (Weaver 2/1)

 

Interested in Engineering or Solar power?  We are looking for students who would like to participate in the SMUD Solar Car Race.  For this competition, high school students design, construct and race model cars powered by a solar module.  Go to Room 335 this Thursday at 3:15 to get more information or to sign up.  Schoolloop Mr Weaver if you have any questions.  (Weaver 2/2)

 

There will be a Japan Club meeting TODAY after school in room E001 from 3:15-3:45.  See you there!  (Montague 2/1)

 

ATTENTION LA RAZA MEMBERS!  We will have dance practice this week on Tuesday and Thursday after school outside of MS. Rocha’s classroom, please be on time.  Also, this Friday February 3rd we will be having a meeting in Ms. Rocha’s classroom immediately after school.  Gracias!  (Cortez 2/3)

 

Hey photo club members! I know it's been a while but we haven't forgotten about you, we will be having a meeting this Thursday February 2nd in room J006 at 3:15. You'll have the chance to take some rad pictures using pinhole cameras, so stop by and check it out! Everyone's welcome!  (Coates 2/2)

 

“Hey Outdoors Club members we have two big reminders for this week.  First reminderThe Helping Hands Homeless event is this Saturday February 4th and we are in need of lightly used coats, blankets, gloves, scarves, and hats.  Take your donations to D-204 or D-206 by this Friday.  Second reminderwe are making a second order of the ODC Hoodies, the hoodies are $28 and can be purchased at the student store by this Friday.  For more updates check out www.shsodc.com!”  (Uyeyama 2/3)

 

Hey Huskies! Universal Rhythm Dance Company would like to announce our 19th Annual Mainstage production. We’ve been preparing for months to create an unforgettable show this year and we can’t wait to showcase our efforts. Tickets will be $8 presale and $10 at the door. Ticket sales begin January 30th at lunch outside M09.  Come see us and get your tickets. We’d love for all of you to share in this year’s mainstage experience and there are 3 opportunities for you to do that. Our Show dates are Thursday February 9th at 6pm, Friday February 10th at 7pm and Saturday February 11th at 7pm. We will see you there!  (Child 2/9)

 

Class and College News

 

Are you thinking about a Career in the Arts?  The Academy of Art University will give a presentation in the Career Center on Tuesday, February 14th.  If you would like to know more about the Academy of Art, sign up in the Career Center.  (McCabe 2/3)

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SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Tuesday, January 31, 2017

 

Today’s Thought

 

The great aim of education is not knowledge but action. – Herbert Spencer

 

Today’s news

 

Attention Sheldon Actors! Are you itching to be part of the hottest, hippest class on campus??? Applications for the 2017-2018 ADVANCED THEATRE class are now available from Mr. Howard in K009 or Mrs. Fox in PAC1. Stop by and pick one up or get more information on being a member of Sheldon’s Award-Winning Theatre Program! Applications are due Friday, February 17th!  (Howard 2/17)

 

Attention ARTSwork Academy students! Your next guest speaker is this Wednesday, February 1st! The Broadway Tour of KINKY BOOTS will be presenting a Makeup Lecture/Demonstration in the STUDIO THEATRE during 2nd period. Please check your School Loop messages or speak with your Academy advisor to get your Required Form C and Release Form, or if you have any questions. Remember, this is a required event.  (Howard 2/1)

 

Sheldon participated in the State bridge building contest this past Saturday at Sacramento State.  Congratulations to Samson Nguyen, James Chairez, and Osiris Brown-el for placing 3rd and Julissa Malana, Noel Magana, Shaira Soliva for placing second!  Congratulations!   (Weaver 2/1)

 

Interested in Engineering or Solar power?  We are looking for students who would like to participate in the SMUD Solar Car Race.  For this competition, high school students design, construct and race model cars powered by a solar module.  Go to Room 335 this Thursday at 3:15 to get more information or to sign up.  Schoolloop Mr Weaver if you have any questions.  (Weaver 2/2)

 

Want to know more about attending the California State FFA Conference?  Tuesday from 6-6:25 before back to school night there is a mandatory parent meeting to talk about the future trip to the CA state FFA conference in classroom D101. Your parents must go to this meeting if you’re planning on going to state conference.   (Flaherty 1/31)

 

ATTENTION LA RAZA MEMBERS!  We will have dance practice this week on Tuesday and Thursday after school outside of MS. Rocha’s classroom, please be on time.  Also, this Friday February 3rd we will be having a meeting in Ms. Rocha’s classroom immediately after school.  Gracias!  (Cortez 2/3)

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Attention Sheldon Actors! Are you itching to be part of the hottest, hippest class on campus??? Applications for the 2017-2018 ADVANCED THEATRE class are now available from Mr. Howard in K009 or Mrs. Fox in PAC1, or by opening the attachment below. Stop by and pick one up or get more information on being a member of Sheldon’s Award-Winning Theatre Program!

 

Applications are due Friday, February 17th!

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Published: 1/31/17

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SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Monday, January 30, 2017

 

Today’s Thought

 

Peace is its own reward. – Mahatma Gandhi
 

Today’s news

 

Attention Sheldon Actors! Are you itching to be part of the hottest, hippest class on campus??? Applications for the 2017-2018 ADVANCED THEATRE class are now available from Mr. Howard in K009 or Mrs. Fox in PAC1. Stop by and pick one up or get more information on being a member of Sheldon’s Award-Winning Theatre Program! Applications are due Friday, February 17th!  (Howard 2/17)

 

Attention ARTSwork Academy students! Your next guest speaker is this Wednesday, February 1st! The Broadway Tour of KINKY BOOTS will be presenting a Makeup Lecture/Demonstration in the STUDIO THEATRE during 2nd period. Please check your School Loop messages or speak with your Academy advisor to get your Required Form C and Release Form, or if you have any questions. Remember, this is a required event.  (Howard 2/1)

 

Class and College News

 

Hey Huskies, do you need assistance getting a job?  Attend the Southgate Recreation and Park District Job Skills Workshop Monday, January 30th from 5:00 – 7:00PM at the Fruitridge Community Center on Fruitridge Road.  This is a free event for teens and young adults interested in working with SRPD.  The workshop will include mock interviews, assistance with the online job application, and the chance to meet and speak directly with program supervisors.  Pick up a flyer in the Career Center for more details including a list of open positions or visit www.southgaterecandpark.net    (McCabe 1/30)

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Are you interested in swimming for Sheldon....join the only sport that will save your life if you fall off a boat. 

 

Informational meeting will be held February 3rd

 

After school at 3:30 in the library or F5.

 

Meet the coaches, get information on the season, and get on the roster.  Practice will start the following week.

 

Dont forget to attend the new athlete parent meeting if this will be your first sport at Sheldon.

 

Tania Landeros- Head Coach

tanialanderos94@yahoo.com

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Published: 1/28/17

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SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Friday, January 27, 2017

 

Pledge

 

I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. 

 

Today’s news

 

Do you know what’s happening this Saturday?

 

No. What?

 

Winter Homecoming!!!

 

What’s at homecoming?

 

Well they have a live dj, that’ll be using a playlist the school selected!

 

That sounds cool!

 

That's not all; they also have live bands and video games at the cafeteria!!!

 

What time?

 

It’ll be from 7 to 11 PM.   (Marcione 1/27)

 

Aloha Huskies! There will be a Pacific Islanders’ Club meeting TODAY January 27, 2017 in room D118. We will be discussing more about Luau and any upcoming practices. The meeting will start at 3:15. Hope to see you all there, Mahalo!  (Cuccinello 1/27)

 

There will be a book drive to support local children shelters and elementary schools. If you have gently used books that are taking up space at your house please bring them to the collection boxes in the career center or room 316. We will be collecting books January 25 thru March 13th. Thank you for your support!!  (Ward 1/27)

 

Attention all students – Next Tuesday, January 31st is Back to School Night from 6:30 to 8:15 pm.  Please invite your parents to come out and meet your teachers.  (Sedgwick 1/27)

 

Class and College News

 

Hey Seniors! If you missed this month’s senior payment you have another opportunity.  Late Payment is going to be from Jan. 23 - Jan. 27th. This payment is for Senior Trip and is going to be $25. You can make this payment at the Senior Window during both lunches.   (Weaver 1/27)

 

Did you miss Course Selection Night???  If you did, you have one last chance to choose classes for next year!  Come to the Career Center at Sheldon High School on Saturday, January 28th from 9:00am to 11:00am.  Don’t miss out!!!   (Tweedy 1/27)

 

Hey Huskies,  do you need assistance getting a job?  Attend the Southgate Recreation and Park District Job Skills Workshop Monday, January 30th from 5:00 – 7:00PM at the Fruitridge Community Center on Fruitridge Road.  This is a free event for teens and young adults interested in working with SRPD.  The workshop will include mock interviews, assistance with the online job application, and the chance to meet and speak directly with program supervisors.  Pick up a flyer in the Career Center for more details including a list of open positions or visit www.southgaterecandpark.net    (McCabe 1/30)

 

Simpson College is a small, Christian based liberal arts college located in Indianola, Iowa.  Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.  Juniors, start your college exploration now.  Seniors, if you want to attend a 4-year college right after highschool, but still need to apply, check out Simpson.  A Simpson representative will give a presentation in the Career Center on Thursday, February 9th.  Sign up in the Career Center.  (McCabe 1/27)

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SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Thursday, January 26, 2017

 

Today’s Thought

 

It is hard to fail, but it is worse never to have tried to succeed. – Theodore Roosevelt

 

Today’s news

 

Hey Huskies, THIS week is Spirit Week:

 

Today you should be bundled up in your warmest attire

And tomorrow as always is teal, black, and white day

 

Don't forget that if you dress up all 5 days you will be entered into a raffle to win 2 free winter HOCO tickets for you and a friend.  (Marcione 1/26)

 

Do you know what’s happening this week?   No, what?   Homecoming!!!   Come out to homecoming this Saturday for video games, a live DJ, and live bands!!!   Bring your friends!!!  (Marcione 1/27)

 

Aloha Huskies! There will be a Pacific Islanders’ Club meeting this Friday, January 27, 2017 in room D118. We will be discussing more about Luau and any upcoming practices. The meeting will start at 3:15. Hope to see you all there, Mahalo!  (Cuccinello 1/27)

 

There will be a book drive to support local children shelters and elementary schools. If you have gently used books that are taking up space at your house please bring them to the collection boxes in the career center or room 316. We will be collecting books January 25 thru March 13th. Thank you for your support!!  (Ward 1/27)

 

Attention all students – Next Tuesday, January 31st is Back to School Night from 6:30 to 8:15 pm.  Please invite your parents to come out and meet your teachers.  (Sedgwick 1/27)

 

ATTENTION LA RAZA MEMBERS! We will be having dance practice this Thursday January 26th after school outside of Ms. Rocha’s classroom please arrive on time.  Gracias!  (Cortez 1/26)

 

Class and College News

 

“Attention sophomores, juniors and seniors! Get recognized for your hard work- Join Sheldon’s CSF Club! Applications for spring membership in California Scholarship Federation are now available in rooms 328 and 314. Applications must be turned in NO LATER than 3:30 pm on Thursday 1/26. See you in CSF!”  (Steger 1/26)

 

Hey Seniors! If you missed this month’s senior payment you have another opportunity.  Late Payment is going to be from Jan. 23 - Jan. 27th. This payment is for Senior Trip and is going to be $25. You can make this payment at the Senior Window during both lunches.   (Weaver 1/27)

 

Did you miss Course Selection Night???  If you did, you have one last chance to choose classes for next year!  Come to the Career Center at Sheldon High School on Saturday, January 28th from 9:00am to 11:00am.  Don’t miss out!!!   (Tweedy 1/27)

 

Hey Huskies,  do you need assistance getting a job?  Attend the Southgate Recreation and Park District Job Skills Workshop Monday, January 30th from 5:00 – 7:00PM at the Fruitridge Community Center on Fruitridge Road.  This is a free event for teens and young adults interested in working with SRPD.  The workshop will include mock interviews, assistance with the online job application, and the chance to meet and speak directly with program supervisors.  Pick up a flyer in the Career Center for more details including a list of open positions or visit www.southgaterecandpark.net    (McCabe 1/30)

 

Simpson College is a small, Christian based liberal arts college located in Indianola, Iowa.  Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.  Juniors, start your college exploration now.  Seniors, if you want to attend a 4-year college right after highschool, but still need to apply, check out Simpson.  A Simpson representative will give a presentation in the Career Center on Thursday, February 9th.  Sign up in the Career Center.  (McCabe 1/27)

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Friday, February 3rd, 2017 ; 8:00am - 3:00pm.

William Jessup University

Rocklin, CA

Spring Preview Day for prospective students and their parents.

At Preview Day, students and their guests will have an opportunity to tour the Jessup campus, participate in sample classes, dine in the cafe, learn about Financial Aid and Admissions.  

Students may also RSVP (by February 1st) to stay overnight with a Jessup host in one of the on-site Residence Halls.

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SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

 

Today’s Thought

 

Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving. – Albert Einstein

 

Today’s news

 

Hey Huskies, THIS week is Spirit Week:

 

Today you should be dressed to impress

Thursday bundle up in your warmest attire

And Friday as always is teal, black, and white day

 

Don't forget that if you dress up all 5 days you will be entered into a raffle to win 2 free winter HOCO tickets for you and a friend.  (Marcione 1/25)

 

Do you know what’s happening this week?   No, what?   Homecoming!!!   Come out to homecoming this Saturday for video games, a live DJ, and live bands!!!   Bring your friends!!!  (Marcione 1/27)

 

"Aloha PIC members. We have a very important meeting this friday january 27 regarding luau. Hope to see yall there!!"  (Cuccinello 1/27)

 

There will be a book drive to support local children shelters and elementary schools. If you have gently used books that are taking up space at your house please bring them to the collection boxes in the career center or room 316. We will be collecting books January 25 thru March 13th. Thank you for your support!!  (Ward 1/27)

 

Attention all students – Next Tuesday, January 31st is Back to School Night from 6:30 to 8:15 pm.  Please invite your parents to come out and meet your teachers.  (Sedgwick 1/27)

 

ATTENTION LA RAZA MEMBERS! We will be having dance practice this Thursday January 26th after school outside of Ms. Rocha’s classroom please arrive on time.  Gracias!  (Cortez 1/26)

 

Class and College News

 

“Attention sophomores, juniors and seniors! Get recognized for your hard work- Join Sheldon’s CSF Club! Applications for spring membership in California Scholarship Federation are now available in rooms 328 and 314. Applications must be turned in NO LATER than 3:30 pm on Thursday 1/26. See you in CSF!”  (Steger 1/26)

 

Hey Seniors! If you missed this month’s senior payment you have another opportunity.  Late Payment is going to be from Jan. 23 - Jan. 27th. This payment is for Senior Trip and is going to be $25. You can make this payment at the Senior Window during both lunches.   (Weaver 1/27)

 

Did you miss Course Selection Night???  If you did, you have one last chance to choose classes for next year!  Come to the Career Center at Sheldon High School on Saturday, January 28th from 9:00am to 11:00am.  Don’t miss out!!!   (Tweedy 1/27)

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SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Tuesday, January 24, 2017

 

Today’s Thought

 

Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving. – Albert Einstein

 

Today’s news

 

Hey Huskies, THIS week is Spirit Week:

 

Today you should be wearing your wackiest clothing

Wednesday is your day to dress to impress

Thursday bundle up in your warmest attire

And Friday as always is teal, black, and white day

 

Don't forget that if you dress up all 5 days you will be entered into a raffle to win 2 free winter HOCO tickets for you and a friend.  (Marcione 1/24)

 

Do you want to hear YOUR favorite tracks at winter homecoming? Then go to school loop and click the ADD TO WINTER HOCO PLAYLIST link in the news section to add songs to the playlist the DJ will use at homecoming!!!  (Marcione 1/24)

 

There will be a book drive to support local children shelters and elementary schools. If you have gently used books that are taking up space at your house please bring them to the collection boxes in the career center or room 316. We will be collecting books January 25 thru March 13th. Thank you for your support!!  (Ward 1/27)

 

Attention all Badminton Club members…please come ready to vote for club officers.  You will receive a ballot and then be able to get your doubles team ready to begin a tournament.  Thank you!  (Ramondini 1/24)

 

ATTENTION LA RAZA MEMBERS! We will be having dance practice this Thursday January 26th after school outside of Ms. Rocha’s classroom please arrive on time.  Gracias!  (Cortez 1/26)

 

Class and College News

 

Attention all 9th Graders…tonight is Course Selection Night!  Come to the Cafeteria today from 3:15pm to 6:00pm to pick classes for your sophomore year!  (Tweedy 1/24)

 

Hey Seniors! If you missed this month’s senior payment you have another opportunity.  Late Payment is going to be from Jan. 23 - Jan. 27th. This payment is for Senior Trip and is going to be $25. You can make this payment at the Senior Window during both lunches.  (Weaver 1/24)

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SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Monday, January 23, 2017

 

Today’s Thought

 

I never lose.  I either win or learn. – Nelson Mandela

 

Today’s news

 

“Do you get mostly A’s and B’s in college prep classes? Are you a sophomore, junior or a senior? Get recognized for your hard work- Join Sheldon’s CSF Club! Applications for spring membership in California Scholarship Federation are now available in rooms 328 and 314. Have questions? Come to room 328 on Monday (1/23) from 3:10-3:30 to get help filling out your application!”  (Steger 1/23)

 

Hey Huskies, THIS week is Spirit Week so show your love for the outdoors on Monday and come in hiking attire; dress in your wackiest clothing on Tuesday; dress to impress on Wednesday; Bundle up in your warmest attire on Thursday, or come in white; and like always come in teal, black and white on Friday!!!   Don't forget that if you dress up all 5 days you will be entered into a raffle to win 2 free winter HOCO tickets for you and a friend.  (Marcione 1/23)

 

Do you want to hear YOUR favorite tracks at winter homecoming? Then go to school loop and click the ADD TO WINTER HOCO PLAYLIST link in the news section to add songs to the playlist the DJ will use at homecoming!!!  (Marcione 1/24)

 

There will be a book drive to support local children shelters and elementary schools. If you have gently used books that are taking up space at your house please bring them to the collection boxes in the career center or room 316. We will be collecting books January 25 thru March 13th. Thank you for your support!!  (Ward 1/27)

 

Class and College News

 

Attention 9th Graders!  Your Course Selection Night is quickly approaching!!!  Come to Course Selection Night on Tuesday, January 24th from 3:15pm to 6:00pm in the Cafeteria to pick classes for your sophomore year!  (Tweedy 1/23)

 

Hey Seniors! If you missed this month’s senior payment you have another opportunity.  Late Payment is going to be from Jan. 23 - Jan. 27th. This payment is for Senior Trip and is going to be $25. You can make this payment at the Senior Window during both lunches.  (Weaver 1/24)

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Audience: Adv Thtr H Period 3, CTE Mainstage Production Period 9, Mentoring Program Period 5, Theater 1 Period 1, Vapa Intern Period 1, Craig Howard, Adv Chld Thtr Site, Adv Thtr H Site, Mentoring Program Site, Theater 1 Site, Vapa Intern Site, Advanced Theatre 2016-2017, Artswork Academy, Ashland...Oregon Shakespeare Festival Trip Goers 2017, Club Leadership, TEAM Husky 16-17, The HEART of ROBIN HOOD Cast and Crew, Grade 09 and Homepage


 

  • Educational data has proven that students in ARTS classes generally score higher on standardized tests.
  • Of those Arts students, Theatre Arts students consistently score the highest.
  • Students in Theatre classes have improved self confidence, social skills, and educational buy-in.
  • California is the 7th largest economy in the world, with the Entertainment Industry ranking number 1 in California.
  • Theatre is FUN!

 

Sheldon TheatreWorks is an internationally recognized High School Theatre program. Sheldon TheatreWorks has won numerous awards at the annual Lenaea Festival and the Sacramento Elly Awards. In 2001 and 2004, Sheldon’s Theatre Program was the only California school, and one of only 24 theatre programs in the nation, selected to perform at the world’s largest and most prestigious arts festival as part of the American High School Theatre Festival. Both years, 50 Sheldon students and teachers traveled to Scotland, where performers from around the globe performed at the Edinburgh International Fringe Festival.

 

We would like to invite you to select Theatre as part of your elective program at Sheldon. There are many opportunities to be involved with the Theater program at Sheldon, either by taking classes, and/or participating in the many theatrical extracurricular activities:

  • Sheldon TheatreWorks produces two major mainstage productions a year, fall & spring.
  • Freshmen courses available include Theatre One and Children’s Theatre. Theatre Two and Theatre Three are also available in the Spring for students who pass Theatre One in the Fall.
  • Other Theatre electives include:  Theatre Two, Theatre Three, Advanced Theatre, and Advanced Children’s Theatre (Advanced classes are by audition/interview only.)

Please feel free to contact Craig Howard (jchoward@egusd.net) in K009 or Royea Fox (rfox@egusd.net) in PAC 1 for more information.

 

CLASSES YOU CAN TAKE if you have never taken a theatre class….

THEATRE ONE: ACTING !! Are those stars in your eyes? Well here is where it all begins,  A great class even if it’s just to get more confident and comfortable when you have to speak in front of others. or have your name in lights…this class offers something for everyone.

THEATRE TWO: MORE ACTING!! You loved Theatre One…. You want more…. This is it! You CAN take TWO Theatre classes in a year… so you can have Theatre one in the fall and Theatre two in the spring.

CHILDREN’S THEATRE: Puppets, Masks and Acting for children!

DRAMA PRODUCTIONS: THE TECHNICAL SIDE… Lighting, Sound, Set design…not an acting course… the backstage work!

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Posted by: Craig Howard
Published: 1/23/17

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SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Friday, January 20, 2017

 

Pledge

 

I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. 

 

Today’s news

 

“Do you get mostly A’s and B’s in college prep classes? Are you a sophomore, junior or a senior? Get recognized for your hard work- Join Sheldon’s CSF Club! Applications for spring membership in California Scholarship Federation are now available in rooms 328 and 314. Have questions? Come to room 328 on Monday (1/23) from 3:10-3:30 to get help filling out your application!”  (Steger 1/23)

 

Hey Huskies, next week is Spirit Week so show your love for the outdoors on Monday and come in hiking attire; dress in your wackiest clothing on Tuesday; dress to impress on Wednesday; Bundle up in your warmest attire on Thursday, or come in white; and like always come in teal, black and white on Friday!!!   Don't forget that if you dress up all 5 days you will be entered into a raffle to win 2 free winter HOCO tickets for you and a friend.  (Marcione 1/20)

 

Wanted!!! Motivated and creative students to work on the Crew for Theatre’s mainstage production of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee!!! Technical Applications for Theatre’s Spring musical are available from Mr. Howard in K009 or Ms. Fox in PAC1. Applications are due on Friday, January 20th.  (Howard 1/20)

 

“Attention all Huskies!  Have you ever wanted to set a goal to run a 5K race?  If so, please e-mail, or see, Ms. Ramondini in the PE office to sign up. Please sign-up today!  Run for the health of it!”  (Ramondini 1/20)

 

Do you want to hear YOUR favorite tracks at winter homecoming? Then go to school loop and click the ADD TO WINTER HOCO PLAYLIST link in the news section to add songs to the playlist the DJ will use at homecoming!!!  (Marcione 1/24)

 

Please congratulate our December Athletes of the Month:

Justin Nguyen for Men’s Basketball

Roy Rangel for Men’s Soccer

Maliyah Almazon for Women’s Basketball

Noelia Nevarez for Women’s Soccer

Sue Feng Xiong for Wrestling

 

Class and College News

 

Attention 9th Graders!  Your Course Selection Night is quickly approaching!!!  Come to Course Selection Night on Tuesday, January 24th from 3:15pm to 6:00pm in the Cafeteria to pick classes for your sophomore year!  (Tweedy 1/23)

 

Hey Seniors! If you missed this month’s senior payment you have another opportunity.  Late Payment is going to be from Jan. 23 - Jan. 27th. This payment is for Senior Trip and is going to be $25. You can make this payment at the Senior Window during both lunches.  (Weaver 1/24)

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Posted by: Cheryl Sedgwick
Published: 1/20/17

Audience: Homepage and Parents

Please see the attached flyer for information regarding Open Enrollment for the 2017-2018 school year.

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Posted by: Craig Grivel
Published: 1/20/17

Audience: Homepage

SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Thursday, January 19, 2017

 

Today’s Thought

 

Change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time. We are the ones we've been waiting for. We are the change that we seek. – Pres. Barack Obama

 

Today’s news

 

“Do you get mostly A’s and B’s in college prep classes? Are you a sophomore, junior or a senior? Get recognized for your hard work- Join Sheldon’s CSF Club! Applications for spring membership in California Scholarship Federation are now available in rooms 328 and 314. Have questions? Come to room 328 on Monday (1/23) from 3:10-3:30 to get help filling out your application!”  (Steger 1/23)

 

HEY HUSKIES! Guess what's happening THIS Friday?! That's right, Winter Rally! Come on out after school and join us in discovering the Avatar, participate in fun activities and so much more. 

 

Hey Huskies, next week is Spirit Week so show your love for the outdoors on Monday and come in hiking attire; dress in your wackiest clothing on Tuesday; dress to impress on Wednesday; Bundle up in your warmest attire on Thursday, or come in white; and like always come in teal, black and white on Friday!!!   Don't forget that if you dress up all 5 days you will be entered into a raffle to win 2 free winter HOCO tickets for you and a friend.  (Marcione 1/20)

 

Looking for a summer Job? Want to be a Lifeguard?  Take the American Red Cross Entry-level Lifeguard course through Southgate Recreation and Park District, and apply for a position for the upcoming Aquatic Season.  Classes run in April and May.  The deadline to register for the course is March 3rd.  See Ms. McCabe in the Career Center for an informational flyer.   (McCabe 1/19)

 

 

ATTENTION CLUB MEMBERS. Food Faire forms are due THIS FRIDAY in the AO

 

"Hey Huskies, what's poppin'? It’s not just the popcorn in the microwave but Paw Prints just finished popping too! The updates for Paw Prints have been completely installed and now Paw Prints will be constantly updating. Now you can get our news ASAP, check your schoolloop, and more! Check it daily or subscribe to our list. Spread the news!!" (Magsig 1/19)

 

Attention Softball Players: There will be a brief mandatory meeting for anybody wishing to try out for softball on Thursday, January 19th immediately after school in room 341.   Please be prompt. Coach Truesdale  (Truesdale 1/19)

 

Attention La Raza Club members: If you are interested in dancing in the multicultural assembly, we will be having signups during both lunches on Tuesday and Wednesday.  Our first practice will be after school on Thursday in Mrs. Rocha’s room – E008.  (Rocha 1/19)

 

Wanted!!! Motivated and creative students to work on the Crew for Theatre’s mainstage production of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee!!! Technical Applications for Theatre’s Spring musical are available from Mr. Howard in K009 or Ms. Fox in PAC1. Applications are due on Friday, January 20th.  (Howard 1/20)

 

Please congratulate our December Athletes of the Month:

Justin Nguyen for Men’s Basketball

Roy Rangel for Men’s Soccer

Maliyah Almazon for Women’s Basketball

Noelia Nevarez for Women’s Soccer

Sue Feng Xiong for Wrestling

 

Class and College News

 

Attention 10th graders…don’t forget to come to Course Selection Night TODAY at 3:15pm to 6:00pm in the Cafeteria…see you there!!!  (Tweedy 1/19)

 

Attention 9th Graders!  Your Course Selection Night is quickly approaching!!!  Come to Course Selection Night on Tuesday, January 24th from 3:15pm to 6:00pm in the Cafeteria to pick classes for your sophomore year!  (Tweedy 1/23)

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SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Wednesday, January 18, 2017

 

Today’s Thought

 

The time is always right to do what is right. – Martin Luther King Jr.

 

Today’s news

 

Looking for a summer Job? Want to be a Lifeguard?  Take the American Red Cross Entry-level Lifeguard course through Southgate Recreation and Park District, and apply for a position for the upcoming Aquatic Season.  Classes run in April and May.  The deadline to register for the course is March 3rd.  See Ms. McCabe in the Career Center for an informational flyer.   (McCabe 1/19)

 

"Hey Huskies, what's poppin'? It’s not just the popcorn in the microwave but Paw Prints just finished popping too! The updates for Paw Prints have been completely installed and now Paw Prints will be constantly updating. Now you can get our news ASAP, check your schoolloop, and more! Check it daily or subscribe to our list. Spread the news!!" (Magsig 1/19)

 

Attention Softball Players: There will be a brief mandatory meeting for anybody wishing to try out for softball on Thursday, January 19th immediately after school in room 341.   Please be prompt. Coach Truesdale  (Truesdale 1/19)

 

Attention La Raza Club members: If you are interested in dancing in the multicultural assembly, we will be having signups during both lunches on Tuesday and Wednesday.  Our first practice will be after school on Thursday in Mrs. Rocha’s room – E008.  (Rocha 1/19)

 

Wanted!!! Motivated and creative students to work on the Crew for Theatre’s mainstage production of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee!!! Technical Applications for Theatre’s Spring musical are available from Mr. Howard in K009 or Ms. Fox in PAC1. Applications are due on Friday, January 20th.  (Howard 1/20)

 

Class and College News

 

Attention 10th graders…come to the CAFETERIA on Thursday, January 19th at 3:15pm to 6:00pm to pick classes for your JUNIOR year.  Mark your calendars…don’t miss out!!!  (Tweedy 1/18)

 

Seniors! Come to the Career Center to sign up for CRC and Sac City Application Workshops.  The application will open on February 1st and representatives from theses campuses will help you complete your enrollment application online.  Space is limited so sign up today.   (McCabe 1/18)

 

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Published: 1/18/17

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Yearbook needs your help and we need to know what you believe the trends of 2016-2017 are!!!

 

Please respond to the questions in the link by January 23rd!

 

Thank You,

Yearbook Staff

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Posted by: Riyakaram Sandhu
Published: 1/18/17

Audience: 2015 BT Biology, Biotech Academy, Incoming AP 11 Students 2016-2017, Homepage, Clubs, Academies and Student Activities

Monday: Adventure Day - Show off your love for nature! Wear hiking gear, fanny packs, camping gear and more.

 

Tuesday: Twisted Tuesday - The airbenders blew away all your nice clothes! Dress up in wacky and crazy attire.

 

Wednesday: Look "Fire" Day - Dress in your best attire.

 

Thursday: Blizzard Day - Bundle up in your WARMEST attire or wear ALL WHITE as you visit the water tribe in the cold North and South pole. Wear puffy jackets, scarves, gloves.

 

Friday: Teal, Black, and White Day! Show your husky pride as always. 

 

REMEMBER TO GET YOUR SPIRIT POINTS AT THE SOUND SYSTEM IN THE QUAD OR IN THE CAFETERIA (if raining). 

 

Remember that RALLY is January 20th, 2017 and homecoming is NEXT SATURDAY, Jan 28th. Tickets are still on sale for $10 w/asb and $15 w/o. 

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Posted by: Daisy Ly
Published: 1/18/17

Audience: Homepage

SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Tuesday, January 17, 2017

 

Today’s Thought

 

Kindness is the language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see. – Mark Twain

 

Today’s news

 

Looking for a summer Job? Want to be a Lifeguard?  Take the American Red Cross Entry-level Lifeguard course through Southgate Recreation and Park District, and apply for a position for the upcoming Aquatic Season.  Classes run in April and May.  The deadline to register for the course is March 3rd.  See Ms. McCabe in the Career Center for an informational flyer.   (McCabe 1/19)

 

Looking for a summer job? Want to be a Lifeguard?  Take a Lifeguard and First Aid Training Course through Southgate Recreation and Park District.  This American Red Cross course provides entry-level lifeguard skills to participants age 15 and up.  See Ms. McCabe in the Career Center for more information.  (McCabe 1/17)

 

Attention Softball Players: There will be a brief mandatory meeting for anybody wishing to try out for softball on Thursday, January 19th immediately after school in room 341.   Please be prompt. Coach Truesdale  (Truesdale 1/19)

 

Actors! Singer! Comedians! Auditions for THEATREworks’ Spring Musical, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, are scheduled for January 23-25. Audition workshops are next week - Tuesday, January 17th, and Friday, January 20th prior to the audition.   Please stop by K009 or PAC1 for more information or to check out a script. The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee is HILARIOUS!  (Howard 1/17)

 

“Do you get mostly A’s and B’s in college prep classes? Are you a sophomore, junior or a senior? Would you like to be recognized for your hard work and good grades? Join Sheldon’s CSF Club! Applications for spring membership in California Scholarship Federation are now available in rooms 328 and 314 and are due no later than Thursday, Jan. 26th at 3:30 pm. We hope to see you in CSF!”  (Steger 1/17)

 

ATTENTION ARTSWORK STUDENTS! Breakfast is served! We will meet Wednesday, January 18th, at 9:00, in Ms. Dillard’s ART room, L011. Stop by to see fellow Academy members and advisors, pick up your SWAG, and grab some BREAKFAST! We hope to see you there!  (Howard 1/17)

 

Wanted!!! Motivated and creative students to work on the Crew for Theatre’s mainstage production of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee!!! Technical Applications for Theatre’s Spring musical are available from Mr. Howard in K009 or Ms. Fox in PAC1. Applications are due on Friday, January 20th.  (Howard 1/20)

 

Attention La Raza Club members: If you are interested in dancing in the multicultural assembly, we will be having signups during both lunches on Tuesday and Wednesday.  Our first practice will be after school on Thursday in Mrs. Rocha’s room – E008. 

 

Class and College News

 

Attention 10th graders…come to the CAFETERIA on Thursday, January 19th at 3:15pm to 6:00pm to pick classes for your JUNIOR year.  Mark your calendars…don’t miss out!!!  (Tweedy 1/18)

 

This is a reminder to all 11th Graders…come to the Cafeteria after school TODAY for Course Selection Night…don’t miss out on this important opportunity!!  (Tweedy 1/17)

 

Seniors! Come to the Career Center to sign up for CRC and Sac City Application Workshops.  The application will open on February 1st and representatives from theses campuses will help you complete your enrollment application online.  Space is limited so sign up today.   (McCabe 1/18)

 

Hey seniors! Time is running out to apply for scholarships through the Elk Grove Regional Scholarship Foundation.  The deadline is January 20th! Did you know that the Judy Luna Scholarship will award $500. to a Sheldon High School Senior with a 3.0 or higher GPA, who will attend a 2- or 4-year college in the Fall, and is planning a career in either Business or Education?....And as of Jan. 11th only 2 seniors have applied?! Visit the Elk Grove Regional Scholarship Foundation Website for scholarship details and the application.  Check your loopmail or see Ms. McCabe for more information.  (McCabe 1/17)

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Posted by: Cheryl Sedgwick
Published: 1/17/17

Audience: Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12 and Homepage

Winter Homecoming is in need of adult volunteers who can assist us during the dance:

Date: Saturday -  January 28, 2017
Location: Sheldon High School - Main Gym/Cafeteria

Event Time: 7  p.m. - 11 p.m. (Volunteers needed from 6:30 p.m. to 11:15 p.m.)

15-20 Volunteers Needed for this Event

Time(s) Needed (partial shift available)
Shift A - 6:30 p.m. - 11:15 p.m.
Shift B - 6:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Shift C - 8:30 p.m. - 11:15 p.m.
 

Duties: Coat check room; assisting Teachers/Admin Staff with monitoring doors and access points; walking through areas providing assistance as needed and a positive, visible presence; refreshment area; wristbands; and general supervision. We will assist with breaks throughout the evening and station changes as needed. Please Note: Parent/Adult Volunteers assist the Teachers/Admin Staff with this event. We are there to support and take direction on the stations we need to cover so that the students can have a safe and fun-filled evening. We would love your assistance and volunteer hours during this event. Grandparents, Aunts, Uncles are also welcome to volunteer for a shift!

If you are able to assist with Winter Homecoming, please reply to Barb Malana at Huskyvolunteer2018@gmail.com

We need the following information:

- Shift you can work

- Email address for confirmation; AND

- Name of your student at Sheldon High School

 

Can't Volunteer? Please consider making a product donation to the class sponsoring the dance. Funds raised from the sales of any of these donated items will go towards the Sophomore Class for future events and activities.

Items Needed: Water (Case of 24); Small bags of chips; Gatorade/Powerade

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Posted by: Dorothy Davidson
Published: 1/16/17

Audience: Homepage

Click the following link and fill out the corresponding form to add YOUR FAVORITE SONGS to the OFFICIAL WINTER HOCO PLAYLIST.

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Posted by: David Zekarias
Published: 1/15/17

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SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Friday, January 13, 2017

 

Pledge

 

I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. 

 

Today’s news

 

Looking for a summer job? Want to be a Lifeguard?  Take a Lifeguard and First Aid Training Course through Southgate Recreation and Park District.  This American Red Cross course provides entry-level lifeguard skills to participants age 15 and up.  See Ms. McCabe in the Career Center for more information.  (McCabe 1/17)

 

Do you know what's going to happen on January 28 from 7- 11 pm?


No what is it?

Its HOMECOMING!!!!

That's right huskies homecoming is coming your way you don't want to miss the excitement. There's going to be Food, Video Games, a DJ and so much more!!!

Ticket Sales are available this week so don't be late!!!  Guest Passes are available and the due date is Friday January 13, turn them in the Student Store  (Marcione 1/13)

 

Actors! Singer! Comedians! Auditions for THEATREworks’ Spring Musical, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, are scheduled for January 23-25. Audition workshops are next week - Tuesday, January 17th, and Friday, January 20th prior to the audition.   Please stop by K009 or PAC1 for more information or to check out a script. The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee is HILARIOUS!  (Howard 1/17)

 

“Do you get mostly A’s and B’s in college prep classes? Are you a sophomore, junior or a senior? Would you like to be recognized for your hard work and good grades? Join Sheldon’s CSF Club! Applications for spring membership in California Scholarship Federation are now available in rooms 328 and 314 and are due no later than Thursday, Jan. 26th at 3:30 pm. We hope to see you in CSF!”  (Steger 1/17)

 

ATTENTION ARTSWORK STUDENTS! Breakfast is served! We will meet Wednesday, January 18th, at 9:00, in Ms. Dillard’s ART room, L011. Stop by to see fellow Academy members and advisors, pick up your SWAG, and grab some BREAKFAST! We hope to see you there!  (Howard 1/17)

 

What are you doing tomorrow, January 14th?  Come to B.S.M. at the Sheldon PAC.  Doors open at 4 pm.  Event starts at 5 pm.  Tickets are on sale now at sulekha.com/BSM.  Individual tickets are $18.00.  Groups with 8+ people can purchase tickets at a special price.  B.S.M.!  B.S.M.!  Bhangra State Mind!    (Gill 1/13)

 

Wanted!!! Motivated and creative students to work on the Crew for Theatre’s mainstage production of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee!!! Technical Applications for Theatre’s Spring musical are available from Mr. Howard in K009 or Ms. Fox in PAC1. Applications are due on Friday, January 20th.  (Howard 1/20)

 

Class and College News

 

Attention all 11th Graders…your SENIOR year is just around the corner!  Save the date and come to Course Selection Night on Tuesday, January 17th from 3:15pm to 6:00pm in the Cafeteria.  (Tweedy 1/13)

 

Attention 10th graders…come to the CAFETERIA on Thursday, January 19th at 3:15pm to 6:00pm to pick classes for your JUNIOR year.  Mark your calendars…don’t miss out!!!  (Tweedy 1/18)

 

The Sheldon Sober Grad Committee is teaming up with California Clothing Recyclers to raise funds in an environmentally friendly way.

Please clean out your closet and donate the following items to our fundraiser:    Gently used clothing, shoes, linens, towels, hats, belts, purses, and stuffed animals. No pillows please.

Donations will be accepted 1/14/17.   Donations will be distributed to developing countries.  Items may be dropped off between the hours of 10:00am – 1:00PM in the roundabout on the football field side of the Sheldon parking lot. Please bring items in neatly tied plastic garbage bags.  (Sedgwick 1/13/17)

 

Seniors! Come to the Career Center to sign up for CRC and Sac City Application Workshops.  The application will open on February 1st and representatives from theses campuses will help you complete your enrollment application online.  Space is limited so sign up today.   (McCabe 1/18)

 

Hey seniors! Time is running out to apply for scholarships through the Elk Grove Regional Scholarship Foundation.  The deadline is January 20th! Did you know that the Judy Luna Scholarship

will award $500. to a Sheldon High School Senior with a 3.0 or higher GPA, who will attend a 2- or 4-year college in the Fall, and is planning a career in either Business or Education?....And as of Jan. 11th only 2 seniors have applied?! Visit the Elk Grove Regional Scholarship Foundation Website for scholarship details and the application.  Check your loopmail or see Ms. McCabe for more information.  (McCabe 4/17)

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SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Thursday, January 12, 2017

 

Today’s Thought

 

We do not need magic to change the world; we carry all the power we need inside ourselves already. – J.K. Rowling

 

Today’s news

 

“Hey Huskies! There is an Asian Club meeting TODAY afterschool in room 311.”   (Tran 1/12)

 

Looking for a summer job? Want to be a Lifeguard?  Take a Lifeguard and First Aid Training Course through Southgate Recreation and Park District.  This American Red Cross course provides entry-level lifeguard skills to participants age 15 and up.  See Ms. McCabe in the Career Center for more information.  (McCabe 1/17)

 

Do you know what's going to happen on January 28 from 7- 11 pm?


No what is it?

Its HOMECOMING!!!!

That's right huskies homecoming is coming your way you don't want to miss the excitement. There's going to be Food, Video Games, a DJ and so much more!!!

Ticket Sales are available this week so don't be late!!!  Guest Passes are available and the due date is Friday January 13, turn them in the Student Store  (Marcione 1/13)

 

Actors! Singer! Comedians! Auditions for THEATREworks’ Spring Musical, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, are scheduled for January 23-25. Audition workshops are next week - Tuesday, January 17th, and Friday, January 20th prior to the audition.   Please stop by K009 or PAC1 for more information or to check out a script. The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee is HILARIOUS!  (Howard 1/17)

 

ATTENTION LA RAZA MEMBERS! If you plan on participating in the multi cultural event this year please come to the meeting TODAY, January 12th immediately after school in the career center. If you are unable to attend please sign up with Mr. Cortez in the counseling office by Thursday. GRACIAS! (Cortez 1/12)

 

Attention all students:  All overdue textbooks and library books need to be returned by Friday Jan. 13th. Failure to turn in overdue books may prevent you purchasing Winter Homecoming tickets.  (Ledford 1/12)

 

“Do you get mostly A’s and B’s in college prep classes? Are you a sophomore, junior or a senior? Would you like to be recognized for your hard work and good grades? Join Sheldon’s CSF Club! Applications for spring membership in California Scholarship Federation are now available in rooms 328 and 314 and are due no later than Thursday, Jan. 26th at 3:30 pm. We hope to see you in CSF!”  (Steger 1/17)

 

ATTENTION ARTSWORK STUDENTS! Breakfast is served! We will meet Wednesday, January 18th, at 9:00, in Ms. Dillard’s ART room, L011. Stop by to see fellow Academy members and advisors, pick up your SWAG, and grab some BREAKFAST! We hope to see you there!  (Howard 1/17)

 

What are you doing Saturday, January 14th?  Come to B.S.M. at the Sheldon PAC.  Doors open at 4 pm.  Event starts at 5 pm.  Tickets are on sale now at sulekha.com/BSM.  Individual tickets are $18.00.  Groups with 8+ people can purchase tickets at a special price.  B.S.M.!  B.S.M.!  Bhangra State Mind!    (Gill 1/13)

 

Wanted!!! Motivated and creative students to work on the Crew for Theatre’s mainstage production of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee!!! Technical Applications for Theatre’s Spring musical are available from Mr. Howard in K009 or Ms. Fox in PAC1. Applications are due on Friday, January 20th.  (Howard 1/20)

 

Class and College News

 

Attention all 11th Graders…your SENIOR year is just around the corner!  Save the date and come to Course Selection Night on Tuesday, January 17th from 3:15pm to 6:00pm in the Cafeteria.  (Tweedy 1/13)

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Winter homecoming tickets are now on sale, $10 w/ASB and $15 w/o. Tickets will also be sold at the door. Remember, Homecoming is on January 28, 2017. See you there!

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Posted by: Daisy Ly
Published: 1/12/17

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SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

 

Today’s Thought

 

Life isn’t about waiting for the storm to pass, it’s about learning to dance in the rain. – Anonymous

 

Today’s news

 

 “Hey Huskies! There is an Asian Club meeting TOMORROW afterschool in room 311.”  (Tran 1/11)

 

Welcome back Huskies! You know what else is back? FOOD FAIRE. That's right! Food Faire forms are out now in the AO and are due on January 20th. Food choices are on a first come, first serve basis.  (Grivel 1/11)

 

Do you know what's going to happen on January 28 from 7- 11 pm?


No what is it?

Its HOMECOMING!!!!

That's right huskies homecoming is coming your way you don't want to miss the excitement. There's going to be Food, Video Games, a DJ and so much more!!!

Ticket Sales are available this week so don't be late!!!  Guest Passes are available and the due date is Friday January 13, turn them in the Student Store  (Marcione 1/13)

 

Would you like a chance to let your friend know how much they mean to you? How about letting your teacher know how grateful you are for them? Come by the sound system today to pick up a That's So Sheldon slip and fill it out. Even in our rainy weather, it's never too late to bring a little sunshine to someone's day.

 

Actors! Singer! Comedians! Auditions for THEATREworks’ Spring Musical, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, are scheduled for January 23-25. Audition workshops are next week - Tuesday, January 17th, and Friday, January 20th prior to the audition.   Please stop by K009 or PAC1 for more information or to check out a script. The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee is HILARIOUS!  (Howard 1/17)

 

ATTENTION LA RAZA MEMBERS! If you plan on participating in the multi cultural event this year please come to the meeting on Thursday January 12th immediately after school in the career center. If you are unable to attend please sign up with Mr. Cortez in the counseling office by Thursday. GRACIAS! (Cortez 1/12)

 

Attention all students:  All overdue textbooks and library books need to be returned by Friday Jan. 13th. Failure to turn in overdue books may prevent you purchasing Winter Homecoming tickets.  (Ledford 1/12)

 

“ATTENTION ALL EQUITAS ACADEMY MEMBERS, our monthly meeting will be this Wednesday in room 303 at 3:15. We will be hearing from an exciting guest speaker from the Sacramento Bee.”  (Newton 1/11)

 

ATTENTION ARTSWORK STUDENTS! Breakfast is served! We will meet Wednesday, January 18th, at 9:00, in Ms. Dillard’s ART room, L011. Stop by to see fellow Academy members and advisors, pick up your SWAG, and grab some BREAKFAST! We hope to see you there!  (Howard 1/17)

 

Wanted!!! Motivated and creative students to work on the Crew for Theatre’s mainstage production of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee!!! Technical Applications for Theatre’s Spring musical are available from Mr. Howard in K009 or Ms. Fox in PAC1. Applications are due on Friday, January 20th.  (Howard 1/20)

 

Class and College News

 

Seniors, it is time to pay your January payment of the senior payment plan.  You may pay any time until January 11th at the senior window.  The cost is $20 and this pays for the senior trip.  (Weaver 1/11)

 

Did you take the PSAT in October?  Did you get your scores online?  Paper Score Reports have finally arrived.  Pick yours up in the Career Center before school, after school or during your lunch.   (McCabe 1/11)

 

Attention all 11th Graders…your SENIOR year is just around the corner!  Save the date and come to Course Selection Night on Tuesday, January 17th from 3:15pm to 6:00pm in the Cafeteria.  (Tweedy 1/13)

 

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Published: 1/11/17

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SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Tuesday, January 10, 2017

 

Today’s Thought

 

It always seems impossible until it’s done. – Nelson Mandela

 

Today’s news

 

Welcome back Huskies! You know what else is back? FOOD FAIRE. That's right! Food Faire forms are out now in the AO and are due on January 20th. Food choices are on a first come, first serve basis.  (Grivel 1/11)

 

Do you know what's going to happen on January 28 from 7- 11 pm?


No what is it?

Its HOMECOMING!!!!

That's right huskies homecoming is coming your way you don't want to miss the excitement. There's going to be Food, Video Games, a DJ and so much more!!!

Ticket Sales are available this week so don't be late!!!  Guest Passes are available and the due date is Friday January 13, turn them in the Student Store  (Marcione 1/13)

 

Attention all Badminton Club members.  We will be meeting tomorrow morning at 8:30 in the main gym.  Bring your athletic shoes and a smile!  (Ramondini 1/10)

 

Actors! Singer! Comedians! Auditions for THEATREworks’ Spring Musical, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, are scheduled for January 23-25. Audition workshops are next week - Tuesday, January 17th, and Friday, January 20th prior to the audition.   Please stop by K009 or PAC1 for more information or to check out a script. The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee is HILARIOUS!  (Howard 1/17)

 

Attention all students:  All overdue textbooks and library books need to be returned by Friday Jan. 13th. Failure to turn in overdue books may prevent you purchasing Winter Homecoming tickets.  (Ledford 1/12)

 

“ATTENTION ALL EQUITAS ACADEMY MEMBERS, our monthly meeting will be this Wednesday in room 303 at 3:15. We will be hearing from an exciting guest speaker from the Sacramento Bee.”  (Newton 1/11)

 

Class and College News

 

Seniors, it is time to pay your January payment of the senior payment plan.  You may pay any time until January 11th at the senior window.  The cost is $20 and this pays for the senior trip.  (Weaver 1/11)

 

Did you take the PSAT in October?  Did you get your scores online?  Paper Score Reports have finally arrived.  Pick yours up in the Career Center before school, after school or during your lunch.   (McCabe 1/11)

 

The Los Rios Community College Application will open February 1st. Our Sacramento City Outreach Specialist will be in the Career Center this Tuesday, January 10th during both lunches.  Drop-in during your lunch if you have questions about SCC or Community College.   (McCabe 1/10)

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Be spirited, participate! What do you want to improve and how do you want to improve yourself? Show us your resolutions by filling out this form. 


Due next Friday, Jan 20th.

** Sign on to your google account (@egusd.net)

 

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Posted by: Elizabeth Ho
Published: 1/10/17

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The Rotary Club of Sacramento is seeking teens looking to earn community service hours to assist with their Annual Pony Express Marathon on April 30th, 2017.  Volunteers are needed for water stations, handing out medals at the finish line, refreshment tables, course volunteers, set and /or clean up.  Use the attached links to get more event information or sign up to volunteer.

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Posted by: Angela McCabe
Published: 1/9/17

Audience: Homepage

SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Monday, January 9, 2017

 

Today’s Thought

 

You cannot escape the responsibility of tomorrow by evading it today. – Abraham Lincoln
 

Today’s news

 

Welcome back Huskies! You know what else is back? FOOD FAIRE. That's right! Food Faire forms are out now in the AO and are due on January 20th. Food choices are on a first come, first serve basis.  (Grivel 1/11)

 

Do you know what's going to happen on January 28 from 7- 11 pm?


No what is it?

Its HOMECOMING!!!!

That's right huskies homecoming is coming your way you don't want to miss the excitement. There's going to be Food, Video Games, a DJ and so much more!!!

Ticket Sales are available this week so don't be late!!!  Guest Passes are available and the due date is Friday January 13, turn them in the Student Store  (Marcione 1/13)

 

Attention all Badminton Club members.  We will be meeting Wednesday morning at 8:30 in the main gym.  Bring your athletic shoes and a smile!  (Ramondini 1/10)

 

Class and College News

Seniors, it is time to pay your January payment of the senior payment plan.  You may pay any time until January 11th at the senior window.  The cost is $20 and this pays for the senior trip.  (Weaver 1/9)

 

Did you take the PSAT in October?  Did you get your scores online?  Paper Score Reports have finally arrived.  Pick yours up in the Career Center before school, after school or during your lunch.   (McCabe 1/11)

 

The Los Rios Community College Application will open February 1st. Our Sacramento City Outreach Specialist will be in the Career Center this Tuesday, January 10th during both lunches.  Drop-in during your lunch if you have questions about SCC or Community College.   (McCabe 1/10)

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Published: 1/9/17

Audience: Parents and Homepage

Hi,

 

What will your students be when they grow up? Has your child had the opportunity to see a wide variety of the future career options that are available to him or her? Did you know that EGUSD offers a diverse array of career-themed academies and pathways? Here’s your chance to find answers to these questions!

 

Students in 4th through 9th grades are invited to attend EXPLORE: Map Your Future, an event for students and families to explore career academy and pathway programs. Map Your Future will take place on Thursday, January 26, 2017, at the SES Hall, 10428 E. Stockton Blvd., Elk Grove, 95624, from 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. Guests may arrive at any time during the two-hour window.

 

Also, attendees may reserve a spot on a District school bus if transportation is needed (at least one family member must ride with the student on the bus). If interested, please click here to sign up for bus service: https://goo.gl/forms/GcODUv2Gm7zMft1K3 . Or, you may sign-up at the school’s front office if you are interested.

 

For overflow parking, Elk Grove High School will be available with free shuttle service to and from the SES Hall.

 

Want to read more about academy and pathway programs? Please visit: www.EGUSDExplore.com !

 

Sincerely,

 

Paula D. Duncan

Principal

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Posted by: Cynthia Lowe
Published: 1/9/17

Audience: Homepage

SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Friday, January 6, 2017

 

Pledge

 

I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. 

 

Today’s news

 

How do you spell HILARIOUS?!?!?! Auditions for THEATREworks’ Spring Musical, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, are scheduled for January 23-25. The auditions will take place in the Studio Theatre and Choir Room immediately after school. In addition, there will be audition workshops on Tuesday, January 17th, and Friday, January 20th prior to the audition.

 

At The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, an eclectic group of six mid-pubescents vie for the spelling championship of a lifetime. While candidly disclosing hilarious and touching stories from their home life, the tweens spell their way through a series of [potentially made-up] words hoping to never hear the soul-crushing, pout-inducing, life un-affirming "ding" of the bell that signals a spelling mistake. Six spellers enter; one speller leaves! At least the losers get a juice box. This show is H-I-L-A-R-I-O-U-S!!!

 

Please stop by K009 or PAC1 for more information or to check out a script.  (Howard 1/6)

 

Class and College News

 

Seniors: Are you planning to attend Cosumnes River College after high school?  The application for CRC is available the beginning of February and you can sign up now to attend Ms. Clark’s CRC Application Workshop scheduled for February 1st!  This is a great way to get assistance with the application and be one of the first to start the CRC Enrollment process.  See Ms. McCabe in the Career Center.  (McCabe 1/6)

 

Seniors, it is time to pay your January payment of the senior payment plan.  You may pay any time until January 11th at the senior window.  The cost is $20 and this pays for the senior trip.  (Weaver 1/9)

 

Did you take the PSAT in October?  Did you get your scores online?  Paper Score Reports have finally arrived.  Pick yours up in the Career Center before school, after school or during your lunch.   (McCabe 1/10)

 

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SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Thursday, January 5, 2017

 

Today’s Thought

 

How few there are who have courage enough to own their faults, or resolution enough to mend them.  – Benjamin Franklin

 

Today’s news

 

How do you spell HILARIOUS?!?!?! Auditions for THEATREworks’ Spring Musical, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, are scheduled for January 23-25. The auditions will take place in the Studio Theatre and Choir Room immediately after school. In addition, there will be audition workshops on Tuesday, January 17th, and Friday, January 20th prior to the audition.

 

At The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, an eclectic group of six mid-pubescents vie for the spelling championship of a lifetime. While candidly disclosing hilarious and touching stories from their home life, the tweens spell their way through a series of [potentially made-up] words hoping to never hear the soul-crushing, pout-inducing, life un-affirming "ding" of the bell that signals a spelling mistake. Six spellers enter; one speller leaves! At least the losers get a juice box. This show is H-I-L-A-R-I-O-U-S!!!

 

Please stop by K009 or PAC1 for more information or to check out a script.  (Howard 1/6)

 

Class and College News

 

Seniors: Are you planning to attend Cosumnes River College after high school?  The application for CRC is available the beginning of February and you can sign up now to attend Ms. Clark’s CRC Application Workshop scheduled for February 1st!  This is a great way to get assistance with the application and be one of the first to start the CRC Enrollment process.  See Ms. McCabe in the Career Center.  (McCabe 1/6)

 

Seniors, it is time to pay your January payment of the senior payment plan.  You may pay any time until January 11th at the senior window.  The cost is $20 and this pays for the senior trip.  (Weaver 1/9)

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Published: 1/5/17

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Posted by: Angela McCabe
Published: 1/5/17

Audience: Homepage

For 31 years, the CSSSA has sought the most talented high school-aged visual, literary, media and performing artists in California.  520 selected students are designated California Arts Scholars and attend one of the country's premier summer arts programs on the campus of the California Institute of the Arts in Valencia, this year from July 8 - August 4, 2017.

Instruction is offered in the fields of Animation, Film/Video, Creative Writing, Dance, Music, Theater, and the Visual Arts. 

Applications to CSSSA are due on or before February 28, 2017, for the summer 2017 program.  To learn more about CSSSA or to apply on-line, visit www.csssa.ca.gov or call the Sacramento headquarters at 916-229-5160.

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Posted by: Angela McCabe
Published: 1/5/17

Audience: Homepage

SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Wednesday, January 4, 2017

 

Today’s Thought

 

Write it on your heart that every day is the best day in the year. – Ralph Waldo Emerson

 

Today’s news

 

How do you spell HILARIOUS?!?!?! Auditions for THEATREworks’ Spring Musical, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, are scheduled for January 23-25. The auditions will take place in the Studio Theatre and Choir Room immediately after school. In addition, there will be audition workshops on Tuesday, January 17th, and Friday, January 20th prior to the audition.

 

At The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, an eclectic group of six mid-pubescents vie for the spelling championship of a lifetime. While candidly disclosing hilarious and touching stories from their home life, the tweens spell their way through a series of [potentially made-up] words hoping to never hear the soul-crushing, pout-inducing, life un-affirming "ding" of the bell that signals a spelling mistake. Six spellers enter; one speller leaves! At least the losers get a juice box. This show is H-I-L-A-R-I-O-U-S!!!

 

Please stop by K009 or PAC1 for more information or to check out a script.  (Howard 1/6)

 

Class and College News

 

Seniors: Are you planning to attend Cosumnes River College after high school?  The application for CRC is available the beginning of February and you can sign up now to attend Ms. Clark’s CRC Application Workshop scheduled for February 1st!  This is a great way to get assistance with the application and be one of the first to start the CRC Enrollment process.  See Ms. McCabe in the Career Center.  (McCabe 1/6)

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Published: 1/4/17

Audience: Artswork Academy and Homepage

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

ARTSWORK STUDENTS

2016-2017

 

***

Breakfast is served!

 

Wednesday, January 18, 2017

9:00-9:25 AM

L011

(Ms. Dillard’s Room)

 

This will be a short meeting to…

 

· See fellow ARTSwork members and advisors

· Pick up your 2016-17 SWAG!

· Take our 2016-17 ARTSwork PHOTO!

· Grab some BREAKFAST!

 

 

We hope to see you there!

Mrs. Fox, Ms. Roberts, Ms. Tubbs, Ms. Dillard,

Mr. Howard

 

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Posted by: Craig Howard
Published: 1/4/17

Audience: Concert Choir Period 3, Intro Treb Choir Period 4, Vocal Ensemble P Period 3 and Homepage

Check out this amazing performance of Song of the Universal by the Women of the Sheldon Choirs!!!

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OjJ4dQCrUBM

 

Happy Holidays!

 

Stafford Hebert, Director

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Posted by: Stafford Hebert
Published: 12/17/16

Audience: Homepage

Mark your calendar for January 30, 2017

5:00PM - 7:00PM

Fruitridge Community Center - 4000 Fruitridge Road, Sacramento This FREE event is a don't-miss opportunity for teens and young adults interested in working with Southgate Recreation & Park District.

  • Check out booths showcasing recreation programs currently hiring for spring/summer and year-round positions
  • Participate in mock interview and receive feedback
  • Get assistance with your online job application
  • Find out how to increase your chances of getting hired
  • and More!

For more information, visit southgaterecandpark.net (link attached) or call 916-395-0601

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Posted by: Angela McCabe
Published: 12/16/16

Audience: Homepage

SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Wednesday, December 14, 2016

 

Today’s Thought

 

Success seems to be connected with action. Successful people keep moving. They make mistakes, but they don’t quit. – Conrad Hilton

 

Today’s news

 

We are having a yoga stretch practice from 7:30 to 7:45 in room E008 this Thursday and Friday. Please join us for yoga practice before taking the final exams to have a great start of final exam morning!  (Montague 12/16)

 

Attention all students – We come back from Winter break on Wednesday, January 4, 2017.  It will be a reverse minimum day and NO breakfast will be served in the cafeteria.  Please make sure to eat before you come to school that day.  (Food Services 12/14)

 

How do you spell HILARIOUS?!?!?! Auditions for THEATREworks’ Spring Musical, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, are scheduled for January 23-25. The auditions will take place in the Studio Theatre and Choir Room immediately after school. In addition, there will be audition workshops on Tuesday, January 17th, and Friday, January 20th prior to the audition.

 

At The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, an eclectic group of six mid-pubescents vie for the spelling championship of a lifetime. While candidly disclosing hilarious and touching stories from their home life, the tweens spell their way through a series of [potentially made-up] words hoping to never hear the soul-crushing, pout-inducing, life un-affirming "ding" of the bell that signals a spelling mistake. Six spellers enter; one speller leaves! At least the losers get a juice box. This show is H-I-L-A-R-I-O-U-S!!!

 

Please stop by K009 or PAC1 for more information or to check out a script.  (Howard 12/16)

 

Class and College News

 

Our CRC Outreach Specialist, Ms. Clark, will be in the Career Center TODAY, December 14th during both lunches.  Drop-in during your lunch if you have questions about CRC or Community College.   (McCabe 12/14)

 

Hey College-bound Seniors!  CSU and UC Apps are completed, and Community College enrollment doesn’t start until February.  You’ve got some extra time on your hands!  Time to complete your Financial Aid application.  You and your parent must file the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) in order to be considered for College Financial Aid.  Use the website www.fafsa.gov .  Refer to you Loopmails on Financial Aid, or see Ms. McCabe if you need assistance. Don’t miss the March 2nd deadline required for Cal Grant consideration.  (McCabe 12/14)

 

Congratulations Junior Class of 2018. Our prom theme is CITY LIGHTS! Remember, Prom is on March 11 at the Masonic Temple in Downtown. It is $30 with ASB and $35 without so save the money and save the date,  hope to see you there!  (Mamou 12/14)

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Tuesday, December 13, 2016

 

Today’s Thought

 

Success is the sum of small efforts, repeated day in and day out. – Robert Collier

 

Today’s news

 

Attention all students – We come back from Winter break on Wednesday, January 4, 2017.  It will be a reverse minimum day and NO breakfast served in the cafeteria.  Please make sure to eat before you come to school that day.  (Food Services 12/14)

 

Attention all BSU members.  We will be having a meeting on Wednesday, 12/14 at 9:00 am in room R007.  We will be discussing multicultural week and all upcoming events.  See you there BSU!  (Mamou 12/14)

 

Giving Tree gifts must be returned by the end of the day today, Tuesday December 13th.  Bring gifts to room K14 or the front office.  The gifts will be delivered after school Tuesday.  Thanks for your participation!!  (Dolinar 12/13/16)

 

How do you spell HILARIOUS?!?!?! Auditions for THEATREworks’ Spring Musical, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, are scheduled for January 23-25. The auditions will take place in the Studio Theatre and Choir Room immediately after school. In addition, there will be audition workshops on Tuesday, January 17th, and Friday, January 20th prior to the audition.

 

At The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, an eclectic group of six mid-pubescents vie for the spelling championship of a lifetime. While candidly disclosing hilarious and touching stories from their home life, the tweens spell their way through a series of [potentially made-up] words hoping to never hear the soul-crushing, pout-inducing, life un-affirming "ding" of the bell that signals a spelling mistake. Six spellers enter; one speller leaves! At least the losers get a juice box. This show is H-I-L-A-R-I-O-U-S!!!

 

Please stop by K009 or PAC1 for more information or to check out a script.  (Howard 12/16)

 

 

Class and College News

 

Our CRC Outreach Specialist, Ms. Clark, will be in the Career Center this Wednesday, December 14th during both lunches.  Drop-in during your lunch if you have questions about CRC or Community College.   (McCabe 12/14)

 

Hey College-bound Seniors!  CSU and UC Apps are completed, and Community College enrollment doesn’t start until February.  You’ve got some extra time on your hands!  Time to complete your Financial Aid application.  You and your parent must file the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) in order to be considered for College Financial Aid.  Use the website www.fafsa.gov .  Refer to you Loopmails on Financial Aid, or see Ms. McCabe if you need assistance. Don’t miss the March 2nd deadline required for Cal Grant consideration.  (McCabe 12/14)

 

Congratulations Junior Class of 2018. Our prom theme is CITY LIGHTS! Remember, Prom is on March 11 at the Masonic Temple in Downtown. It is $30 with ASB and $35 without so save the money and save the date,  hope to see you there!  (Mamou 12/14)

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How do you spell HILARIOUS?!?!?!

 


 

Auditions for THEATREworks’ Spring Musical, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, are scheduled for January 23-25. The auditions will take place in the Studio Theatre and Choir Room immediately after school. In addition, there will be audition workshops on Tuesday, January 17th, and Friday, January 20th prior to the audition.

 

At The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, an eclectic group of six mid-pubescents vie for the spelling championship of a lifetime. While candidly disclosing hilarious and touching stories from their home life, the tweens spell their way through a series of [potentially made-up] words hoping to never hear the soul-crushing, pout-inducing, life un-affirming "ding" of the bell that signals a spelling mistake. Six spellers enter; one speller leaves! At least the losers get a juice box. This show is H-I-L-A-R-I-O-U-S!!!

 

Please stop by K009 or PAC1 for more information or to check out a script.

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SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Monday, December 12, 2016

 

Today’s Thought

 

If you’re not willing to learn, no one can help you.  If you’re willing to learn, no one can stop you.

 

Today’s news

 

Attention all BSU members.  We will be having a meeting on Wednesday, 12/14 at 9:00 am in room R007.  We will be discussing multicultural week and all upcoming events.  See you there BSU!  (Mamou 12/14)

 

Giving Tree gifts must be returned by the end of the day Tuesday December 13th.  Bring gifts to room K14 or the front office.  The gifts will be delivered after school Tuesday.  Thanks for your participation!!  (Dolinar 12/13/16)

 

How do you spell HILARIOUS?!?!?! Auditions for THEATREworks’ Spring Musical, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, are scheduled for January 23-25. The auditions will take place in the Studio Theatre and Choir Room immediately after school. In addition, there will be audition workshops on Tuesday, January 17th, and Friday, January 20th prior to the audition.

 

At The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, an eclectic group of six mid-pubescents vie for the spelling championship of a lifetime. While candidly disclosing hilarious and touching stories from their home life, the tweens spell their way through a series of [potentially made-up] words hoping to never hear the soul-crushing, pout-inducing, life un-affirming "ding" of the bell that signals a spelling mistake. Six spellers enter; one speller leaves! At least the losers get a juice box. This show is H-I-L-A-R-I-O-U-S!!!

 

Please stop by K009 or PAC1 for more information or to check out a script.  (Howard 12/16)

 

 

Class and College News

 

Our CRC Outreach Specialist, Ms. Clark, will be in the Career Center this Wednesday, December 14th during both lunches.  Drop-in during your lunch if you have questions about CRC or Community College.   (McCabe 12/14)

 

Hey College-bound Seniors!  CSU and UC Apps are completed, and Community College enrollment doesn’t start until February.  You’ve got some extra time on your hands!  Time to complete your Financial Aid application.  You and your parent must file the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) in order to be considered for College Financial Aid.  Use the website www.fafsa.gov .  Refer to you Loopmails on Financial Aid, or see Ms. McCabe if you need assistance. Don’t miss the March 2nd deadline required for Cal Grant consideration.  (McCabe 12/14)

 

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Friday, December 9, 2016

 

Pledge

 

I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. 

 

Today’s news

 

Ho Ho Ho Huskies!  We still need your help!  Please take a wish ornament from the giving tree in the office to help a less fortunate child.  Purchase the gift and return the unwrapped gifts by Monday December 12th.  Please see Mrs. Dolinar if you have any questions.  The Freshman class council thanks you!  (Dolinar 12/9)

 

"Aloha Huskies! If you are interested in performing Tahitian for PIC's luau, come join us in the circle quad every Monday after school, starting on December 5th -- look for Kathy Hoang who will be teaching! ALSO, don't forget to buy your PIC club t-shirt at the student store for $11 before we go on break! Mahalo."  (Cuccinello 12/9)

 

“CSF members! We will be having a holiday-themed December club meeting Friday (12/9) after school in room 314. Please join us for a brief business meeting followed by Christmas card making for a local retirement home. See you this Friday in CSF!”  (Steger 12/9)

 

“Hey guys! KMC will be holding their 2nd Korean Music Convention this Saturday on Dec.10 from 3:30-8:00pm.  There will be delicious Korean food, vendors, and their annual dance competition.  Admission is $5, but it’s $3 for competitors.  Hope to see you all there!”  (Uyeyama 12/9)

 

Attention Staff and students La Raza would like your support in helping out one of our seniors.  We will be hosting a school supply drive on Friday December 9th from 3:30pm to 6:30pm.  Please drop off any school supplies at the roundabout near the gym. Hope to see you there.  Gracias!  (Cortez 12/9)

 

Attention all BSU members.  We will be having a meeting on Wednesday, 12/14 at 9:00 am in room R007.  We will be discussing multicultural week and all upcoming events.  See you there BSU!  (Mamou 12/14)

 

Please congratulate our Sheldon November Athlete's of the month: Graylon Lindsey for football, Hope Brown for cheer, Alyssa Le for tennis, Carmen Iturriaga and Derek Dokter for cross country.  Great job athletes!  (Aguilar 12/9)

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Thursday, December 8, 2016

 

Today’s Thought

 

No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted. – Aesop
 

Today’s news

 

Ho Ho Ho Huskies!  We still need your help!  Please take a wish ornament from the giving tree in the office to help a less fortunate child.  Purchase the gift and return the unwrapped gifts by Monday December 12th.  Please see Mrs. Dolinar if you have any questions.  The Freshman class council thanks you!  (Dolinar 12/9)

 

"Aloha Huskies! If you are interested in performing Tahitian for PIC's luau, come join us in the circle quad every Monday after school, starting on December 5th -- look for Kathy Hoang who will be teaching! ALSO, don't forget to buy your PIC club t-shirt at the student store for $11 before we go on break! Mahalo."  (Cuccinello 12/9)

 

“CSF members! We will be having a holiday-themed December club meeting Friday (12/9) after school in room 314. Please join us for a brief business meeting followed by Christmas card making for a local retirement home. See you this Friday in CSF!”  (Steger 12/9)

 

“Hey guys! KMC will be holding their 2nd Korean Music Convention this Saturday on Dec.10 from 3:30-8:00pm.  There will be delicious Korean food, vendors, and their annual dance competition.  Admission is $5, but it’s $3 for competitors.  Hope to see you all there!”  (Uyeyama 12/9)

 

Attention Staff and students La Raza would like your support in helping out one of our seniors.  We will be hosting a school supply drive on Friday December 9th from 3:30pm to 6:30pm.  Please drop off any school supplies at the roundabout near the gym. Hope to see you there.  Gracias!  (Cortez 12/9)

 

We are holding our yoga meeting this week on Thursday from 3:15 to 3:45 in room E008.

Please join us for some fun yoga exercise through relaxation!!  (Montague 12/8)

 

Please congratulate our Sheldon November Athlete's of the month: Graylon Lindsey for football, Hope Brown for cheer, Alyssa Le for tennis, Carmen Iturriaga and Derek Dokter for cross country.  Great job athletes!  (Aguilar 12/9)

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Wednesday, December 7, 2016

 

Today’s Thought

 

We make a living by what we get, we make a life by what we give. – Winston Churchill
 

Today’s news

 

Ho Ho  Ho Huskies!  We still need your help!  Please take a wish ornament from the giving tree in the office to help a less fortunate child.  Purchase the gift and return the unwrapped gifts by Monday December 12th.  Please see Mrs. Dolinar if you have any questions.  The Freshman class council thanks you!  (Dolinar 12/9)

 

"Aloha Huskies! If you are interested in performing Tahitian for PIC's luau, come join us in the circle quad every Monday after school, starting on December 5th -- look for Kathy Hoang who will be teaching! ALSO, don't forget to buy your PIC club t-shirt at the student store for $11 before we go on break! Mahalo."  (Cuccinello 12/9)

 

WINTER BREAK??! Just kidding. Food Faire is TODAY during both lunches! Tickets will be sold during both lunches for 50 cents each.  Come and be a part of SheldonsGiving.  (Grivel 12/7)

 

“ATTENTION all EQUITAS Academy members. Our next monthly meeting will be TODAY, December 7th, at 3:15 in Mrs. Newton’s room. See you there!”  (Newton 12/7)

 

Hey all of you badminton stars!  We are starting a Badminton club on campus.  If you are interested in participating, please come to the main gym TODAY December 7th and sign up.  We will begin meeting on Wednesdays from 8:30-9:00 when we return from break.  No need to be in PE clothes, just wear some tennis shoes and come on out.  Please contact Ms. Ramondini if you have any questions.  (Ramondini 12/7)

 

“Hey guys! KMC will be holding their 2nd Korean Music Convention this Saturday on Dec.10 from 3:30-8:00pm.  There will be delicious Korean food, vendors, and their annual dance competition.  Admission is $5, but it’s $3 for competitors.  Hope to see you all there!”  (Uyeyama 12/9)

 

Attention Staff and students La Raza would like your support in helping out one of our seniors.  We will be hosting a school supply drive on Friday December 9th from 3:30pm to 6:30pm.  Please drop off any school supplies at the roundabout near the gym. Hope to see you there.  Gracias!  (Cortez 12/9)

 

We are holding our yoga meeting this week on Thursday from 3:15 to 3:45 in room E008.

Please join us for some fun yoga exercise through relaxation!!  (Montague 12/8)

 

Please congratulate our Sheldon November Athlete's of the month: Graylon Lindsey for football, Hope Brown for cheer, Alyssa Le for tennis, Carmen Iturriaga and Derek Dokter for cross country.  Great job athletes!  (Aguilar 12/9)

 

“Congratulations to Sheldon’s Academic Decathlon team for another successful scrimmage. A special congratulations to Jalen Gautam for his 2nd place award in Math, to Connor Randolph for his 2nd place award in Economics, and to Manmit Singh for his 2nd place award in History. Keep up the good work Decathletes!”  (Newton 12/7)

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Tuesday, December 6, 2016

 

Today’s Thought

 

The best way to predict the future is to create it. – Peter Drucker
 

Today’s news

 

"Aloha Huskies! If you are interested in performing Tahitian for PIC's luau, come join us in the circle quad every Monday after school, starting on December 5th -- look for Kathy Hoang who will be teaching! ALSO, don't forget to buy your PIC club t-shirt at the student store for $11 before we go on break! Mahalo."  (Cuccinello 12/9)

 

WINTER BREAK??! Just kidding. Food Faire is THIS Wednesday, during both lunches! Tickets will be sold before school at 8:30AM, the day of, and during both lunches for 50 cents each.  Come and be a part of SheldonsGiving.  (Grivel 12/7)

 

“ATTENTION all EQUITAS Academy members. Our next monthly meeting will be this Wednesday, December 7th, at 3:15 in Mrs. Newton’s room. See you there!”  (Newton 12/7)

 

Hey all of you badminton stars!  We are starting a Badminton club on campus.  If you are interested in participating, please come to the main gym this Wednesday December 7th and sign up.  We will begin meeting on Wednesdays from 8:30-9:00 when we return from break.  No need to be in PE clothes, just wear some tennis shoes and come on out.  Please contact Ms. Ramondini if you have any questions.  (Ramondini 12/7)

 

“Hey guys! KMC will be holding their 2nd Korean Music Convention this Saturday on Dec.10 from 3:30-8:00pm.  There will be delicious Korean food, vendors, and their annual dance competition.  Admission is $5, but it’s $3 for competitors.  Hope to see you all there!”  (Uyeyama 12/9)

 

Attention Staff and students La Raza would like your support in helping out one of our seniors.  We will be hosting a school supply drive on Friday December 9th from 3:30pm to 6:30pm.  Please drop off any school supplies at the roundabout near the gym. Hope to see you there.  Gracias!  (Cortez 12/9)

 

We are holding our yoga meeting this week on Thursday from 3:15 to 3:45 in room E008.

Please join us for some fun yoga exercise through relaxation!!  (Montague 12/8)

 

Class and College News

 

Seniors! Senior Ball is approaching, slowly but surely... Therefore, we need your input on a ball theme.  Check your school loop mailbox for a message from Mr Weaver.  Follow that link in the message to vote on a Senior Ball Theme. Voting ends Tuesday, December 6th!!! Get your votes in today!  (Weaver 12/6)

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“Serving Humanity” is the theme for this year’s Elk Grove Rotary Speech Contest. Contestants prepare and deliver a 5-8 minute speech on the assigned theme.  Cash prizes range from $50. - $200. at the local club level.  Students who compete well, may win additional money at Semi-Finals, and up to $1,000 in the Finals competition.  See Ms. McCabe for details and an entry form or use the attached link.

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SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Monday, December 5, 2016

 

Today’s Thought

 

Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony. – Mahatma Gandhi
 

Today’s news

 

WINTER BREAK??! Just kidding. Food Faire is THIS Wednesday, during both lunches! Tickets will be sold before school at 8:30AM, the day of, and during both lunches for 50 cents each.  Come and be a part of SheldonsGiving.  (Grivel 12/7)

 

“ATTENTION all EQUITAS Academy members. Our next monthly meeting will be this Wednesday, December 7th, at 3:15 in Mrs. Newton’s room. See you there!”  (Newton 12/7)

 

Hey all of you badminton stars!  We are starting a Badminton club on campus.  If you are interested in participating, please come to the main gym this Wednesday December 7th and sign up.  We will begin meeting on Wednesdays from 8:30-9:00 when we return from break.  No need to be in PE clothes, just wear some tennis shoes and come on out.  Please contact Ms. Ramondini if you have any questions.  (Ramondini 12/7)

 

Attention Staff and students La Raza would like your support in helping out one of our seniors.  We  will be hosting a school supply drive on Friday December 9th from 3:30pm to 6:30pm.  Please drop off any school supplies at the roundabout near the gym. Hope to see you there.  Gracias!  (Cortez 12/9)

 

Class and College News

 

“Serving Humanity” is the theme for this year’s Elk Grove Rotary Speech Contest. Contestants prepare and deliver a 5-8 minute speech on the assigned theme.  Cash prizes range from $50. - $200. at the local club level.  Students who compete well, may win additional money at Semi-Finals, and up to $1,000 in the Finals competition.  See Ms. McCabe for details and an entry form.  (McCabe 12/5)

 

Seniors! Senior Ball is approaching, slowly but surely... Therefore, we need your input on a ball theme.  Check your school loop mailbox for a message from Mr Weaver.  Follow that link in the message to vote on a Senior Ball Theme. Voting ends Tuesday, December 6th!!! Get your votes in today!  (Weaver 12/6)

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Friday, December 2, 2016

 

Pledge

 

I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. 

 

Today’s news

 

HoHoHo Huskies!  Do you want to share the joy of the holidays with a less fortunate child?  Please visit the Giving Tree in the front office.  Simply choose a wish star, purchase what it asks for and return the gift to the tree by Friday December 9th!  You can buy a gift, provide a gift card or contribute to a snow trip for the kids!  Check with Mrs. Dolinar if you have any questions. Thanks for participating!  (Dolinar 12/2)

 

ATTENTION HUSKIES! Food Faire is NEXT Wednesday, December 7th, during both lunches. There will be lots of great food! Tickets are 50 cents each so come on out and get your munch on!  (Grivel 12/2)

 

Class and College News

 

HEY HEY SENIORS! I hope you enjoyed your Thanksgiving break! It's that time of the year where we need YOU to send in your senior quotes, followed with your high school achievements on school loop.

 REQUIREMENTS FOR SENIOR QUOTES/ACHIEVEMENTS:

 

-160 letter count or below (including both the quote and achievements)

-APPROPRIATE

 

 Also, if you'd like to go by a different name, please send that name in the SAME email as the quotes and achievements.  PLEASE loopmail your quote, achievements, and name corrections (if any).  (Shupe 12/2)

 

Hey Seniors!  Have you completed the application for College Financial Aid?  The FAFSA opened on October 1st.  Maximize the aid you may be considered for by filing early.  The deadline to file the FAFSA and be considered for the Cal Grant program and Middle Class Scholarship is March 2nd.  The FAFSA website is fafsa.ed.gov.  Questions?  See Ms. McCabe or your counselor.   (McCabe 12/2)

 

“Serving Humanity” is the theme for this year’s Elk Grove Rotary Speech Contest. Contestants prepare and deliver a 5-8 minute speech on the assigned theme.  Cash prizes range from $50. - $200. at the local club level.  Students who compete well, may win additional money at Semi-Finals, and up to $1,000 in the Finals competition.  See Ms. McCabe for details and an entry form.  (McCabe 12/5)

 

Seniors! Senior Ball is approaching, slowly but surely... Therefore, we need your input on a ball theme.  Check your school loop mailbox for a message from Mr Weaver.  Follow that link in the message to vote on a Senior Ball Theme. Voting ends Tuesday, December 6th!!! Get your votes in today!

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Thursday, December 1, 2016

 

Today’s Thought

 

Every day brings new choices. – Martha Beck
 

Today’s news

 

ATTENTION ALL LA RAZA MEMBERS and for any student still wanting to join La Raza.  We will be having a meeting on TODAY December 1st after school  in RM# E008, Ms. Rocha’s class.  Gracias!  (Cortez 12/1)

 

“Hey Huskies! There is an Asian Club meeting this TODAY afterschool in room 311. Be there or be square!”  (Tran 12/1)

 

HoHoHo Huskies!  Do you want to share the joy of the holidays with a less fortunate child?  Please visit the Giving Tree in the front office.  Simply choose a wish star, purchase what it asks for and return the gift to the tree by Friday December 9th!  You can buy a gift, provide a gift card or contribute to a snow trip for the kids!  Check with Mrs. Dolinar if you have any questions. Thanks for participating!  (Dolinar 12/2)

 

ATTENTION HUSKIES! Food Faire is NEXT Wednesday, December 7th, during both lunches. There will be lots of great food choices! Tickets are 50 cents each so come on out and get your munch on!  (Grivel 12/2)

 

"Hey Hmong Club members! Don't forget that TODAY, we will be having our meeting right after school in room 338! Hope to see you all there!"  (Thao Yang 12/1)

 

Class and College News

 

HEY HEY SENIORS! I hope you enjoyed your Thanksgiving break! It's that time of the year where we need YOU to send in your senior quotes, followed with your high school achievements on school loop.

 REQUIREMENTS FOR SENIOR QUOTES/ACHIEVEMENTS:

 

-160 letter count or below (including both the quote and achievements)

-APPROPRIATE

 

 Also, if you'd like to go by a different name, please send that name in the SAME email as the quotes and achievements.  PLEASE loopmail your quote, achievements, and name corrections (if any).  (Shupe 12/2)

 

Hey Seniors!  Have you completed the application for College Financial Aid?  The FAFSA opened on October 1st.  Maximize the aid you may be considered for by filing early.  The deadline to file the FAFSA and be considered for the Cal Grant program and Middle Class Scholarship is March 2nd.  The FAFSA website is fafsa.ed.gov.  Questions?  See Ms. McCabe or your counselor.   (McCabe 12/2)

 

“Serving Humanity” is the theme for this year’s Elk Grove Rotary Speech Contest. Contestants prepare and deliver a 5-8 minute speech on the assigned theme.  Cash prizes range from $50. - $200. at the local club level.  Students who compete well, may win additional money at Semi-Finals, and up to $1,000 in the Finals competition.  See Ms. McCabe for details and an entry form.  (McCabe 12/5)

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Wednesday, November 30, 2016

 

Today’s Thought

 

We should not look back unless it is to derive useful lessons from past errors, and for the purpose of profiting by dearly bought experience. – George Washington
 

Today’s news

 

CONGRATULATIONS to the winners of Talent Show 2016.  Third place went to junior Ashanti Dunbar, second place went to freshman Jordan Powe and our first place winner was senior Kelli Ferguson for her beautiful rendition of “Stone Cold”.  Great job to all of our talent show participants!!  (Mamou 11/30)

 

ATTENTION ALL LA RAZA MEMBERS and for any student still wanting to join La Raza.  We will be having a meeting on tomorrow December 1st after school  in RM# E008, Ms. Rocha’s class.  Gracias!  (Cortez 12/1)

 

“Hey Huskies! There is an Asian Club meeting this THURSDAY afterschool in room 311. Be there or be square!”  (Tran 11/30)

 

HoHoHo Huskies!  Do you want to share the joy of the holidays with a less fortunate child?  Please visit the Giving Tree in the front office.  Simply choose a wish star, purchase what it asks for and return the gift to the tree by Friday December 9th!  You can buy a gift, provide a gift card or contribute to a snow trip for the kids!  Check with Mrs. Dolinar if you have any questions. Thanks for participating!  (Dolinar 12/2)

 

ATTENTION HUSKIES! Food Faire is NEXT Wednesday, December 7th, during both lunches. There will be lots of great food choices! Tickets are 50 cents each so come on out and get your munch on!  (Grivel 12/2)

 

ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS:  DETENTION WILL BE HELD IN THE CAFETERIA TODAY.  REPEAT – DETENTION WILL BE HELD IN THE CAFETERIA TODAY.  THE DOORS WILL CLOSE PROMPTLY AT 3:20 PM.   

"Hey Hmong Club members! Don't forget that this Thursday, we will be having our meeting right after school in room 338! Hope to see you all there!"  (Thao Yang 12/1)

 

Class and College News

 

HEY HEY SENIORS! I hope you enjoyed your Thanksgiving break! It's that time of the year where we need YOU to send in your senior quotes, followed with your high school achievements on school loop.

 REQUIREMENTS FOR SENIOR QUOTES/ACHIEVEMENTS:

 

-160 letter count or below (including both the quote and achievements)

-APPROPRIATE

 

 Also, if you'd like to go by a different name, please send that name in the SAME email as the quotes and achievements.  PLEASE loopmail your quote, achievements, and name corrections (if any).  (Shupe 12/2)

 

Hey Seniors!  Have you completed the application for College Financial Aid?  The FAFSA opened on October 1st.  Maximize the aid you may be considered for by filing early.  The deadline to file the FAFSA and be considered for the Cal Grant program and Middle Class Scholarship is March 2nd.  The FAFSA website is fafsa.ed.gov.  Questions?  See Ms. McCabe or your counselor.   (McCabe 12/2)

 

Our CRC Outreach Specialist, Ms. Clark, will be in the Career Center TODAY, Wednesday, November 30th during both lunches.  Drop-in during your lunch if you have questions about CRC or Community College.  (McCabe 11/30)

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SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

 

Today’s Thought

 

The future rewards those who press on. I don't have time to feel sorry for myself. I don't have time to complain. I'm going to press on. – President Barack Obama
 

Today’s news

 

ATTENTION ALL LA RAZA MEMBERS and for any student still wanting to join La Raza.  We will be having a meeting on Thursday December 1st after school  in RM# E008, Ms. Rocha’s class.  Gracias!  (Cortez 12/1)

 

“Hey Huskies! There is an Asian Club meeting this THURSDAY afterschool in room 311. Be there or be square!”  (Tran 11/30)

 

HoHoHo Huskies!  Do you want to share the joy of the holidays with a less fortunate child?  Please visit the Giving Tree in the front office.  Simply choose a wish star, purchase what it asks for and return the gift to the tree by Friday December 9th!  You can buy a gift, provide a gift card or contribute to a snow trip for the kids!  Check with Mrs. Dolinar if you have any questions. Thanks for participating!  (Dolinar 12/2)

 

ATTENTION HUSKIES! Food Faire is NEXT Wednesday, December 7th, during both lunches. There will be seniorita bread, churros, hot chocolate, and much more! Tickets are 50 cents each so come on out and get your munch on!  (Grivel 12/2)

 

"Hey Hmong Club members! Don't forget that this Thursday, we will be having our meeting right after school in room 338! Hope to see you all there!"  (Thao Yang 12/1)

 

Class and College News

 

HEY HEY SENIORS! I hope you enjoyed your Thanksgiving break! It's that time of the year where we need YOU to send in your senior quotes, followed with your high school achievements on school loop.

 REQUIREMENTS FOR SENIOR QUOTES/ACHIEVEMENTS:

 

-160 letter count or below (including both the quote and achievements)

-APPROPRIATE

 

 Also, if you'd like to go by a different name, please send that name in the SAME email as the quotes and achievements.  PLEASE loopmail your quote, achievements, and name corrections (if any).  (Shupe 12/2)

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SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Monday, November 28, 2016

 

Today’s Thought

 

As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them. – John F. Kennedy
 

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SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Friday, November 18, 2016

 

Pledge

 

I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. 

 

Today’s news

 

Aloha P. I.C members. We would like to tell you that we have a meeting this friday. We will be decorating cookies so get ur artistic side on. Also, our club shirt are now on sale at the student store, so buy them quick (especially if ur performing in one of our dances) see you guys this friday!!!  (Cuccinello 11/18)

 

Hey Hmong Club Members! Instead of having a meeting on Thursday, we decided to have a meeting on Friday followed by a potluck. Make sure to come by and bring food to share along with your other fellow members. Hope to see you all there!  (Thao-Yang 11/18)

 

Talent Show 2016 is on Friday, November 18 at 7:00 in the PAC.  Come support your fellow Huskies with an amazing night of song, dance and extraordinary talent.  Tickets are on sale in the student store for $5 with ASB and $7 without.  Adult prices are $7, so please bring your families.  Children under 10 are FREE!  Tickets will also be sold at the door on Friday.  Come one, come all and see you there!!!  (Mamou 11/18)

 

Attention Husky Football Fans:  Presale tickets for the Folsom playoff game are available online at SHELDONHUSKIES.com on the Athletics page.   There is also a t-shirt available for purchase.  Come on out and cheer on our team!  (Aguilar 11/18)

 

Class and College News

 

Good Morning Seniors. If you missed the November payment of the Senior Payment Plan you have one more opportunity to pay.  The November Late payment is for your yearbook and it starts Monday November 14th and goes through Friday November 18th.  The payment is $85 dollars.  If you don't pay you will be removed from the senior payment plan.   (Weaver 11/18)

 

Attention all 9th Graders applying to an Academy!!

The deadline to apply is approaching.  All applications are due by Monday, Nov. 28.  Turn them in as soon as possible to the Counseling Office.   See Ms. Grimm if you have any questions.  (Grimm 11/18)

 

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SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Thursday, November 17, 2016

 

Today’s Thought

 

Let us move from the era of confrontation to the era of negotiation. – Richard M. Nixon

 

Today’s news

 

Aloha P. I.C members. We would like to tell you that we have a meeting this friday. We will be decorating cookies so get ur artistic side on. Also, our club shirt are now on sale at the student store, so buy them quick (especially if ur performing in one of our dances) see you guys this friday!!!  (Cuccinello 11/18)

 

Hey Hmong Club Members! Instead of having a meeting on Thursday, we decided to have a meeting on Friday followed by a potluck. Make sure to come by and bring food to share along with your other fellow members. Hope to see you all there!  (Thao-Yang 11/18)

 

ATTENTION LA RAZA OFFICERS!!! PLEASE MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR OUR NEXT MEETING TODAY NOVEMBER 17 IN MS. ROCHA’s CLASSROOM E008.  PLEASE TRY TO ATTEND!!! GRACIAS!!!!  (Cortez 11/17)

 

Talent Show 2016 is on Friday, November 18 at 7:00 in the PAC.  Come support your fellow Huskies with an amazing night of song, dance and extraordinary talent.  Tickets are on sale in the student store for $5 with ASB and $7 without.  Adult prices are $7, so please bring your families.  Children under 10 are FREE!  Tickets will also be sold at the door on Friday.  Come one, come all and see you there!!!  (Mamou 11/18)

 

Thank you to everyone who participated in the Kids Can Food Drive.  We were able to collect close to 5,000 cans campus wide – over 60 loaded boxes were picked up and delivered to the Elk Grove Food Bank.  Woo hoo!!  The results are now in for the First period Pancake Breakfast competition:   In 3rd place we have a tie between Mr. McMorris’ and Mrs. Ziegenhirt’s classes with 10 cans per student – both will receive the muffins, juice/milk reward.  In 2nd place is Mr. Fendall’s class with 14 cans per student – receiving the muffins, juice/milk reward as well.  We have two outstanding classes tied for the first place reward – Mrs. Vranesic and Mr. R. Miller’s classes both collected 21 cans per student.   Way to go huskies!!   (Ward 11/17)

 

Class and College News

 

Good Morning Seniors. If you missed the November payment of the Senior Payment Plan you have one more opportunity to pay.  The November Late payment is for your yearbook and it starts Monday November 14th and goes through Friday November 18th.  The payment is $85 dollars.  If you don't pay you will be removed from the senior payment plan.   (Weaver 11/18)

 

Attention all 9th Graders applying to an Academy!!

The deadline to apply is approaching.  All applications are due by Monday, Nov. 28.  Turn them in as soon as possible to the Counseling Office.   See Ms. Grimm if you have any questions.  (Grimm 11/18)

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SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

 

Today’s Thought

 

The noblest search is the search for excellence. – Lyndon B. Johnson

 

Today’s news

 

Hey Hmong Club Members! Instead of having a meeting on Thursday, we decided to have a meeting on Friday followed by a potluck. Make sure to come by and bring food to share along with your other fellow members. Hope to see you all there!  (Thao-Yang 11/18)

 

ATTENTION LA RAZA OFFICERS!!! PLEASE MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR OUR NEXT MEETING ON THURSDAY NOVEMBER 17 IN MS. ROCHA’s CLASSROOM E008.  PLEASE TRY TO ATTEND!!! GRACIAS!!!!  (Cortez 11/17)

 

Talent Show 2016 is on Friday, November 18 at 7:00 in the PAC.  Come support your fellow Huskies with an amazing night of song, dance and extraordinary talent.  Tickets are on sale in the student store for $5 with ASB and $7 without.  Adult prices are $7, so please bring your families.  Children under 10 are FREE!  Tickets will also be sold at the door on Friday.  Come one, come all and see you there!!!  (Mamou 11/18)

 

Class and College News

 

Our CRC Outreach Specialist, Ms. Clark, will be in the Career Center this Wednesday, November 16th during both lunches.  Drop-in during your lunch if you have questions about CRC or Community College.   (McCabe 11/16)

 

Good Morning Seniors. If you missed the November payment of the Senior Payment Plan you have one more opportunity to pay.  The November Late payment is for your yearbook and it starts Monday November 14th and goes through Friday November 18th.  The payment is $85 dollars.  If you don't pay you will be removed from the senior payment plan.   (Weaver 11/18)

 

Seniors and Parents: To be considered for college financial aid, file the FAFSA as soon as possible, and no later than March 2nd.  Complete the 2017-2018 version

 

Fill it out online at www.fafsa.ed.gov.  The site is available in both English and Spanish.

 

Don’t disqualify yourself by not filing! If your family’s income is too high, you may not receive need-based aid, but you could still qualify for scholarships, work-study or low-interest student loans.  So be sure to apply- it’s also a good safety net if your financial situation suddenly changes.

If you have questions, see Ms. McCabe in the Career Center  (McCabe 11/16)

 

Attention all 9th Graders applying to an Academy!!

The deadline to apply is approaching.  All applications are due by Monday, Nov. 28.  Turn them in as soon as possible to the Counseling Office.   See Ms. Grimm if you have any questions.  (Grimm 11/18)

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SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

 

Today’s Thought

 

We become not a melting pot but a beautiful mosaic. Different people, different beliefs, different yearnings, different hopes, different dreams. – Jimmy Carter

 

Today’s news

 

Past, Current, Future Engineering Student or anyone interested in Engineering there will be a short informational meeting after school TODAY in room 335 if you are interested in participating in the Bridge Building Contest.  All are welcome.  If you cannot make the meeting but are still interested, please contact Mr. Weaver via School Loop.  (Weaver 11/15)

 

ATTENTION LA RAZA OFFICERS!!! PLEASE MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR OUR NEXT MEETING ON THURSDAY NOVEMBER 17 IN MS. ROCHA’s CLASSROOM E008.  PLEASE TRY TO ATTEND!!! GRACIAS!!!!  (Cortez 11/17)

 

Talent Show 2016 is on Friday, November 18 at 7:00 in the PAC.  Come support your fellow Huskies with an amazing night of song, dance and extraordinary talent.  Tickets are on sale in the student store for $5 with ASB and $7 without.  Adult prices are $7, so please bring your families.  Children under 10 are FREE!  Tickets will also be sold at the door on Friday.  Come one, come all and see you there!!!  (Mamou 11/18)

 

Class and College News

 

Our CRC Outreach Specialist, Ms. Clark, will be in the Career Center this Wednesday, November 16th during both lunches.  Drop-in during your lunch if you have questions about CRC or Community College.   (McCabe 11/16)

 

Good Morning Seniors. If you missed the November payment of the Senior Payment Plan you have one more opportunity to pay.  The November Late payment is for your yearbook and it starts Monday November 14th and goes through Friday November 19th.  The payment is $85 dollars.  If you don't pay you will be removed from the senior payment plan.   (Weaver 11/15)

 

Seniors and Parents: To be considered for college financial aid, file the FAFSA as soon as possible, and no later than March 2nd.  Complete the 2017-2018 version

 

Fill it out online at www.fafsa.ed.gov.  The site is available in both English and Spanish.

 

Don’t disqualify yourself by not filing! If your family’s income is too high, you may not receive need-based aid, but you could still qualify for scholarships, work-study or low-interest student loans.  So be sure to apply- it’s also a good safety net if your financial situation suddenly changes.

If you have questions, see Ms. McCabe in the Career Center  (McCabe 11/16)

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SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Monday, November 14, 2016

 

Today’s Thought

 

It is not how much we have, but how much we enjoy, that makes happiness. – Charles Spurgeon

 

Today’s news

 

ATTENTION LA RAZA OFFICERS!!! PLEASE MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR OUR NEXT MEETING ON THURSDAY NOVEMBER 17 IN MS. ROCHA’s CLASSROOM E008.  PLEASE TRY TO ATTEND!!! GRACIAS!!!!  (Cortez 11/17)

 

Talent Show 2016 is on Friday, November 18 at 7:00 in the PAC.  Come support your fellow Huskies with an amazing night of song, dance and extraordinary talent.  Tickets are on sale in the student store for $5 with ASB and $7 without.  Adult prices are $7, so please bring your families.  Children under 10 are FREE!  Tickets will also be sold at the door on Friday.  Come one, come all and see you there!!!  (Mamou 11/18)

 

Class and College News

 

Good Morning Seniors. If you missed the November payment of the Senior Payment Plan you have one more opportunity to pay.  The November Late payment is for your yearbook and it starts Monday November 14th and goes through Friday November 19th.  The payment is $85 dollars.  If you don't pay you will be removed from the senior payment plan.   (Weaver 11/15)

 

Seniors and Parents: To be considered for college financial aid, file the FAFSA as soon as possible, and no later than March 2nd.  Complete the 2017-2018 version

 

Fill it out online at www.fafsa.ed.gov.  The site is available in both English and Spanish.

 

Don’t disqualify yourself by not filing! If your family’s income is too high, you may not receive need-based aid, but you could still qualify for scholarships, work-study or low-interest student loans.  So be sure to apply- it’s also a good safety net if your financial situation suddenly changes.

If you have questions, see Ms. McCabe in the Career Center  (McCabe 11/16)

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The District’s Visual and Performing Arts (VAPA) Executive Advisory Committee would like you to please complete a survey on line. Please copy and paste the web address below into your browser address bar to  access the survey.

 

VAPA Parent & Community (English): https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/VAPA_Parent_Community

 

VAPA Parent & Community (Spanish): https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/VAPA_Parent_Community_Spanish

 

VAPA Parent & Community (Hmong): https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/VAPA_Parent_Community_Hmong

 

VAPA Parent & Community (Vietnamese): https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/VAPA_Parent_Community_Vietnamese

 

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Posted by: Cynthia Lowe
Published: 11/14/16

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Come see some of your fellow huskies' amazing talents this Friday night from 7 to 9 in The PAC. Tickets are $7 for adults and $5 for students and children under 7. Tickets can be purchased in the student store and at the door. Remember Friday November 18th, 7-pm to 9-pm Sheldon High School's annual Talent Show come and have a great time!

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Posted by: Israel Blackshire
Published: 11/13/16

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Community Hours Opportunity: Work at the Elk Grove Lion's Club Crab Feed - keeps you busy, lots of fun, teamwork environment. Help us to give back to an organization that provides thousands of hours to our community. Elk Grove Lions Club helps out with spaghetti dinners, pancake breakfasts, lunches and other events - many benefit students in the Elk Grove Unified School District. Volunteer details below:

 

Date: December 3, 2016 (Saturday)

Time: Approx. 5:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.

Location: SES Portuguese Hall 10427 E. Stockton Blvd. in Elk Grove

Number of Volunteers Needed: 35 Students

Students encouraged to volunteer with friends. Lions Club will feed EVERY student volunteer pasta and salad before they assist guests in the dining area.

 

Contact Dorothy Davidson at SheldonVolunteer@gmail.com with your email address and phone number - confirmations/reminders will be sent prior to the actual date of the event. Thanks in advance!

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Plenty of tickets available for ALL performances. See online ticket link below, or reserve at jchoward@egusd.net or 916-681-7500 x8109.

 


 


 

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SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Thursday, November 10, 2016

 

Today’s Thought

 

Government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the Earth. – Abraham Lincoln

 

Today’s news

 

Do you want a pancake and bacon breakfast? Bring in your cans today! This is the last week for the kids can food drive. Bring in cans to your first period class and help us reach our goal of collecting 8,000 cans. In the breakfast competition, 1st place is Ms. Vranesic, in 2nd place is Mr. R Miller, in 3rd place is Mr. Fendall. Challenging for a place in top 3 are: Ms. Abbott, Ms. Ziegenhirt, and Mr. McMorris. We are short of our goal, and the less fortunate need your help; so Let’s Go Huskies. We all can for Kids Can.  Remember, Today is the last day to bring in cans!!!  (Ward 11/10)

 

Come and join us for fitness and relaxation through Yoga TODAY, November 10th at 3:15 to 4:00 pm in room E008.  Please come and get the parent consent form to start learning Yoga forms to promote health and well being.  (Montague 11/10)

 

Football will be competing in their first play-off game at Napa High School on Friday November 11th at 7:00 p.m. Come out and support your Huskies!!  (Seliger 11/10)

 

Hey Huskies! Students Helping Students wants you to know that sniffing (huffing) highly concentrated amounts of chemicals in solvents or aerosol sprays can directly induce heart failure and even DEATH! Ecstasy damages brain neurons. These brain neurons play a key role in the regulation of mood, memory, sleep, and appetite. These drugs can kill you and you only live ONCE! Keep your brain healthy. This week was spirit week. Today is college spirit wear day. Thank you to all of those who participated in the Red Ribbon Spirit week! DRUG FREE IS THE WAY TO BE!!  (Ward 11/10) 

 

ATTENTION LA RAZA OFFICERS!!! PLEASE MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR OUR NEXT MEETING ON THURSDAY NOVEMBER 17 IN MS. ROCHA’s CLASSROOM  E008.  PLEASE TRY TO ATTEND!!! GRACIAS!!!!  (Cortez 11/17)

 

The Heart of Robin Hood had a fantastic opening weekend! 3 performances remain…get your tickets now!

Thursday, November 10th @ 7PM

Saturday, November 12th @ 2PM and 7PM  (Howard 11/10)

 

Class and College News

 

The Elk Grove Youth Commission is hosting a workshop titled “Shape Your Future: Learn. Plan. Succeed.”   The event will be held this Saturday, November 12 from 10am – 2pm at the Wackford Community Complex on Bruceville Road.  Learn to balance your budget, prepare for college, build a resume and more!  RSVP for this event online at www.elkgrovecity.org/youth-commission  (McCabe 11/10)

 

Good Morning Seniors. If you missed the November payment of the Senior Payment Plan you have one more opportunity to pay.  The November Late payment is for your yearbook and it starts Monday November 14th and goes through Friday November 19th.  The payment is $85 dollars.  If you don't pay you will be removed from the senior payment plan.   (Weaver 11/15)

 

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Wednesday, November 9, 2016

 

Today’s Thought

 

There is more power in unity than division. – Emanuel Cleaver

 

Today’s news

 

Do you want a pancake and bacon breakfast? Bring in your cans today! This is the last week for the kids can food drive. Bring in cans to your first period class and help us reach our goal of collecting 8,000 cans. In the breakfast competition, 1st place is Ms. Vranesic, in 2nd place is Mr. R Miller, in 3rd place is Mr. Fendall. Challenging for a place in top 3 are: Ms. Abbott, Ms. Ziegenhirt, and Mr. McMorris. We are short of our goal, and the less fortunate need your help; so Let’s Go Huskies. We all can for Kids Can.  Remember, Tomorrow is the last day to bring in cans!!!  (Ward 11/10)

 

Hey Outdoors Club members - Don't forget to bring your backpack and all your items to the next meeting on November 9th.  Also our Outdoors Club hoodies are being sold at the student store for $25 so hurry before they sell out! The deadline to buy them is today!  Thanks again and don't forget to seek adventure!  (Newton 11/9)

 

Come and join us for fitness and relaxation through Yoga on Thursday, November 10th at 3:15 to 4:00 pm in room E008.  Please come and get the parent consent form to start learning Yoga forms to promote health and well being.  (Montague 11/10)

 

Football will be competing in their first play-off game at Napa High School on Friday November 11th at 7:00 p.m. Come out and support your Huskies!!  (Seliger 11/10)

 

Hey Huskies! Students Helping Students what you to know that if you drink alcohol you put yourself and others at risk.  Every 15 minutes, someone dies as the result of an alcohol related traffic collision. Don’t drink and drive, or better yet, don’t drink at all! Alcohol can cause: headaches, blackouts, slurred words, vomiting, loss in coordination, and many other side effects. This week is spirit week! Today is wacky Wednesday, and tomorrow is college day, support bring drug free by wearing your dream college or just college wear. Come by the black box at lunch on Wednesday to pledge to be drug free so that you can stay healthy make it to College! Drug free is the way to be!!  (Ward 11/9) 

 

ATTENTION LA RAZA OFFICERS!!! PLEASE MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR OUR NEXT MEETING ON THURSDAY NOVEMBER 17 IN MS. ROCHA’s CLASSROOM  E008.  PLEASE TRY TO ATTEND!!! GRACIAS!!!!  (Cortez 11/17)

 

The Heart of Robin Hood had a fantastic opening weekend! 4 performances remain…get your tickets now!

Wednesday, November 9th @ 4PM (great option for teachers and students!)

Thursday, November 10th @ 7PM

Saturday, November 12th @ 2PM and 7PM  (Howard 11/10)

 

Class and College News

 

The Elk Grove Youth Commission is hosting a workshop titled “Shape Your Future: Learn. Plan. Succeed.”   The event will be held this Saturday, November 12 from 10am – 2pm at the Wackford Community Complex on Bruceville Road.  Learn to balance your budget, prepare for college, build a resume and more!  RSVP for this event online at www.elkgrovecity.org/youth-commission  (McCabe 11/10)

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Published: 11/9/16

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Come to Map Your Future: K-12 Career Pathways Exposition on Thursday, January 26, 2017, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m., at the SES Hall, 10428 E. Stockton Blvd., Elk Grove, 95624.

Learn about careers you can pursue through high school academies and pathways.  At this event, career academy and pathway representatives will be available to answer questions and share information with students and parents.

This event includes engaging interactive activities for students and exposes them to a variety of career paths.

Attached is a flyer for information or go to www.EGUSDExplore.com (link attached).

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Posted by: Angela McCabe
Published: 11/8/16

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WHEN
Saturday, November 12
10am-2pm

WHERE
Wackford Community Complex Ballroom
9014 Bruceville Road
Elk Grove, CA 95758

WHY?
The Elk Grove Youth Commission is hosting a Workshop titled “Shape Your Future: Learn. Plan. Succeed.” Join us & listen to our speakers as they teach you to balance your budget, prepare for college, build a resume and more!

 FREE Lunch and earn community service hours

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Posted by: Angela McCabe
Published: 11/8/16

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SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Tuesday, November 8, 2016

 

Today’s Thought

 

Nobody will ever deprive the American people of the right to vote except the American people themselves and the only way they could do this is by not voting. – Franklin D. Roosevelt
 

Today’s news

 

"Hey photo club members, our next meeting is TODAY, November 8th after school in J006.  We will be working with digital cameras and talk about upcoming events. Hope to see you all there!”  (Coates 11/8)

 

Do you want a pancake and bacon breakfast? Bring in your cans today! This is the last week for the kids can food drive. Bring in cans to your first period class and help us reach our goal of collecting 8,000 cans. In the breakfast competition, 1st place is Ms. Vranesic, in 2nd place is Mr. R Miller, in 3rd place is Mr. Fendall. Challenging for a place in top 3 are: Ms. Abbott, Ms. Ziegenhirt, and Mr. McMorris. We are short of our goal, and the less fortunate need your help; so Let’s Go Huskies. We all can for Kids Can.  Remember, Thursday is the last day to bring in cans!!!  (Ward 11/10)

 

Hey Outdoors Club members - Don't forget to bring your backpack and all your items to the next meeting on November 9th.  Also our Outdoors Club hoodies are being sold at the student store for $25 so hurry before they sell out! The deadline to buy them is November 9th!  Thanks again and don't forget to seek adventure!  (Newton 11/9)

 

Come and join us for fitness and relaxation through Yoga on Thursday, November 10th at 3:15 to 4:00 pm in room E008.  Please come and get the parent consent form to start learning Yoga forms to promote health and well being.  (Montague 11/10)

 

Hey Huskies! This week Students Helping Students is organizing a campaign for Red Ribbon Week. Here are some facts for you! Smoking kills 440,000 Americans each year. More than one million young people start smoking each year! ⅓ of these smokers will die from tobacco related diseases, as well as heart diseases, emphysema, and other serious illnesses. There are more than 10 types of cancer that come from smoking. This week is also spirit week! Today is pajama day and tomorrow is character day, dress up as your favorite character. Come pledge to be drug free at lunch by the black box on Wednesday. Drug free is the way to be!!  (Ward 11/8) 

 

ATTENTION LA RAZA OFFICERS!!! PLEASE MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR OUR NEXT MEETING ON THURSDAY NOVEMBER 17 IN MS. ROCHA’s CLASSROOM  E008.  PLEASE TRY TO ATTEND!!! GRACIAS!!!!  (Cortez 11/17)

 

The Heart of Robin Hood had a fantastic opening weekend! 4 performances remain…get your tickets now!

Wednesday, November 9th @ 4PM (great option for teachers and students!)

Thursday, November 10th @ 7PM

Saturday, November 12th @ 2PM and 7PM  (Howard 11/10)

 

Class and College News

 

The Elk Grove Youth Commission is hosting a workshop titled “Shape Your Future: Learn. Plan. Succeed.”   The event will be held this Saturday, November 12 from 10am – 2pm at the Wackford Community Complex on Bruceville Road.  Learn to balance your budget, prepare for college, build a resume and more!  RSVP for this event online at www.elkgrovecity.org/youth-commission  (McCabe 11/10)

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Monday, November 7, 2016

 

Today’s Thought

 

Experience teaches us that it is much easier to prevent an enemy from posting themselves than it is to dislodge them after they have got possession.  – George Washington
 

Today’s news

 

"Hey photo club members, our next meeting is on Tuesday November 8th after school in J006.  We will be working with digital cameras and talk about upcoming events. Hope to see you all there!”  (Coates 11/8)

 

Hey Outdoors Club members - Don't forget to bring your backpack and all your items to the next meeting on November 9th.  Also our Outdoors Club hoodies are being sold at the student store for $25 so hurry before they sell out! The deadline to buy them is November 9th!  Thanks again and don't forget to seek adventure!  (Newton 11/9)

 

The Aussies are coming, and you could be a host. Sheldon will be hosting 39 Australians in January and we need great families to take them in. If you are interested visit SheldonHuskies.com for more information. There is a meeting Thursday night at 6pm in the cafeteria to pick the student you would like to host - parents and student must attend. (Grivel 11/10)

 

Come and join us for fitness and relaxation through Yoga on Thursday, November 10th at 3:15 to 4:00 pm in room E008.  Please come and get the parent consent form to start learning Yoga forms to promote health and well being.  (Montague 11/10)

 

Hey Huskies! This week Students Helping Students is organizing a campaign for Red Ribbon Week. Here are some facts for you! Smoking kills 440,000 Americans each year. More than one million young people start smoking each year! ⅓ of these smokers will die from tobacco related diseases, as well as heart diseases, emphysema, and other serious illnesses. There are more than 10 types of cancer that come from smoking. This week is also spirit week! Today is pajama day and tomorrow is character day, dress up as your favorite character. Come pledge to be drug free at lunch by the black box on Wednesday. Drug free is the way to be!!   (Ward 11/7) 

 

 

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Hello all!

 

I am Jasleen Kaur, an active member of the Teen Action Committee of Elk Grove.

 

I would like to invite you to our next event, the Teen Forum. The Teen Forum is a fun event for teens, annually held to get feedback from you guys. For example, we really want to find out what the teens of Elk Grove want. This event will help us understand what kind of events in Elk Grove you want to see. This is all so we can plan events that YOU guys want to participate in.

 

The Teen Forum is this Thursday, November 10th, from 6-7:30 pm at the Wackford Teen Center (address on the attached flyer). 

 

In the Teen Forum, there will be fun activities planned, a Nacho Bar (yum!!), and raffle prizes (all free, of course!). PLUS YOU GET COMMUNITY SERVICE HOURS SO PLEASE BRING YOUR TIME CARDS!

 

Please register (it should take less than 40 seconds!) at the following link: http://bit.ly/2eSUfBT

 

The Teen Action Committee would simply love to see you there! Please register if you plan to come! If you would like more information or have any questions, refer to the attached flyer (and feel free to email me through school loop). 

 

THANK YOU!

 

Jasleen Kaur, Teen Action Committee 

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Friday, November 4, 2016

 

Pledge

 

I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. 

 

Today’s news

 

Hey Huskies! Students Helping Students wants you to know that next week is Red Ribbon week. We are sponsoring a spirit week to promote living a safe and drug free lifestyle. Listen closely to the following days to know what to wear. Monday is ’Pajama Day’. Tuesday is ‘Character Day’. Wednesday is ‘Wacky Wednesday’, and Thursday is ‘College Day’. Please Participate next week to show your Husky Pride! Also, come pledge to be drug free at lunch by the black box on Wednesday. Drug free is the way to be!!  (Ward 11/4)

 

Happy Diwali Huskies!! Diwali is the Indian festival of lights and to celebrate Diwali, Bollywood Club will be having a henna booth from Wednesday to Friday during lunch in the quad for only $5! Come get your henna done from Bollywood Club for as low as $5! Once again, Happy Diwali!  (Robinson 11/4)

 

“Attention Photo club members, don’t forget to go and purchase your photo club shirt!  The club shirts are on sale in the student store for $15!"  (Coates 11/4)

 

"Hey photo club members, our next meeting is on Tuesday November 8th after school in J006.  We will be working with digital cameras and talk about upcoming events. Hope to see you all there!”  (Coates 11/8)

 

Hey Outdoors Club members - Don't forget to bring your backpack and all your items to the next meeting on November 9th.  Also our Outdoors Club hoodies are being sold at the student store for $25 so hurry before they sell out! The deadline to buy them is November 9th!  Thanks again and don't forget to seek adventure!  (Newton 11/9)

 

Hey Huskies!  The Kids Can Food Drive is in it’s 3rd week.  The standings in the first period breakfast competition after the first two weeks are:  tied for 3rd place are Mr. McMorris and Mr. Fendall’s first period, 2nd place is Mrs. Vranesic’s first period and in first place is Mr. Millers class with 7 cans per student!!!  Don’t forget to bring cans to your first period class.  We are asking each student to bring only 4 cans or non-perishable food items to support the less fortunate in our community.  See the flier in your classroom for food ideas.  Your class earns double points for baby food items.  The first period class with the most cans collected per student at the end of the four week food drive wins a pancake breakfast.  The next pickup will be on Friday!  We All Can for Kids Can!!!  (Ward 11/4)

 

Class and College News

 

Hey Senior Huskies!!!! This is a notice to remind you that you have a Senior Payment due this week.  This payment is for your Yearbook.  It is $80 w/ the Senior Payment Plan and the deadline to pay is this Friday.  Pay your November Senior Payment at  the Senior Window during your lunch.  Avoid the late payment fee and pay TODAY!  (Weaver 11/4)

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Thursday, November 3, 2016

 

Today’s Thought

 

The only man who never makes a mistake is the man who never does anything. – Theodore Roosevelt

 

Today’s news

 

Happy Diwali Huskies!! Diwali is the Indian festival of lights and to celebrate Diwali, Bollywood Club will be having a henna booth from Wednesday to Friday during lunch in the quad for only $5! Come get your henna done from Bollywood Club for as low as $5! Once again, Happy Diwali!  (Robinson 11/4)

 

Hey Hmong Club Members! This Thursday, we will be having a meeting after school in room 338. Make sure to be there! We will be voting on shirt designs and more. Hope to see you all there!  (Thao-Yang 11/3)

 

“Attention Photo club members, don’t forget to go and purchase your photo club shirt!  The club shirts are on sale in the student store for $15!"  (Coates 11/4)

 

!Hola Sheldon Huskies!

Have you ever wanted to travel to an exotic foreign land? Visit a rainforest adventure park? Kayak near and swim in a natural hot spring? Then Costa Rica is the place for you. Mr. and Mrs. Newton will be hosting an EF parent information night on Thursday November 3rd at 7pm in the cafeteria to discuss the upcoming Costa Rica trip. Hope to see you there.  (Newton 11/3)

 

"Hey photo club members, our next meeting is on Tuesday November 8th after school in J006.  We will be working with digital cameras and talk about upcoming events. Hope to see you all there!”  (Coates 11/8)

 

Hey Outdoors Club members - Don't forget to bring your backpack and all your items to the next meeting on November 9th.  Also our Outdoors Club hoodies are being sold at the student store for $25 so hurry before they sell out! The deadline to buy them is November 9th!  Thanks again and don't forget to seek adventure!  (Newton 11/9)

 

Hey Huskies!  The Kids Can Food Drive is in it’s 3rd week.  The standings in the first period breakfast competition after the first two weeks are:  tied for 3rd place are Mr. McMorris and Mr. Fendall’s first period, 2nd place is Mrs. Vranesic’s first period and in first place is Mr. Millers class with 7 cans per student!!!  Don’t forget to bring cans to your first period class.  We are asking each student to bring only 4 cans or non-perishable food items to support the less fortunate in our community.  See the flier in your classroom for food ideas.  Your class earns double points for baby food items.  The first period class with the most cans collected per student at the end of the four week food drive wins a pancake breakfast.  The next pickup will be on Friday!  We All Can for Kids Can!!!  (Ward 11/4)

 

 “Hey Huskies!  Trying to catch up on your community service hours?  Well…good news!  Sheldon is hosting a mathletes competition November 11th  and we would like you join us by coming to our meeting after school on Thursday November 3rd in room D107.  We shall provide more details during the course of the meeting.  See you there!  (Wallace 11/3)

 

“Are you a good public speaker or wanting to improve your skills? Would you like to win cash for your abilities? Come to Mrs. Newton’s room 303 on Thursday at 3:10 to hear more information about a speech contest where you could win up to $1500. This year’s topic is Equal Rights for Women. See you there!”  (Newton 11/3)

 

Class and College News

 

Hey Senior Huskies!!!! This is a notice to remind you that you have a Senior Payment due this week.  This payment is for your Yearbook.  It is $80 w/ the Senior Payment Plan and the deadline to pay is this Friday.  Pay your November Senior Payment at  the Senior Window during your lunch.  Avoid the late payment fee and pay TODAY!  (Weaver 11/4)

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Wednesday, November 2, 2016

 

Today’s Thought

 

There are no problems we cannot solve together, and very few that we can solve by ourselves. – Lyndon B. Johnson

 

Today’s news

 

Happy Diwali Huskies!! Diwali is the Indian festival of lights and to celebrate Diwali, Bollywood Club will be having a henna booth from Wednesday to Friday during lunch in the quad for only $5! Come get your henna done from Bollywood Club for as low as $5! Once again, Happy Diwali!  (Robinson 11/4)

 

Hey Hmong Club Members! This Thursday, we will be having a meeting after school in room 338. Make sure to be there! We will be voting on shirt designs and more. Hope to see you all there!  (Thao-Yang 11/3)

 

“Attention Photo club members, don’t forget to go and purchase your photo club shirt!  The club shirts are on sale in the student store for $15!"  (Coates 11/4)

 

!Hola Sheldon Huskies!

Have you ever wanted to travel to an exotic foreign land? Visit a rainforest adventure park? Kayak near and swim in a natural hot spring? Then Costa Rica is the place for you. Mr. and Mrs. Newton will be hosting an EF parent information night on Thursday November 3rd at 7pm in the cafeteria to discuss the upcoming Costa Rica trip. Hope to see you there.  (Newton 11/3)

 

Hey Huskies! The wait is over! Paw Print's website has been updated and you can now view your school news, as well as pictures from Homecoming Week, at our website, sheldonpawprints.com! Stay updated on your news or read your horoscope! Again, that is sheldonpawprints.com!  (Magsig 11/2)

 

Hey Outdoors Club members - Don't forget to bring your backpack and all your items to the next meeting on November 9th.  Also our Outdoors Club hoodies are being sold at the student store for $25 so hurry before they sell out! The deadline to buy them is November 9th!  Thanks again and don't forget to seek adventure!  (Newton 11/9)

 

Hey Huskies!  The Kids Can Food Drive is in it’s 3rd week.  The standings in the first period breakfast competition after the first two weeks are:  tied for 3rd place are Mr. McMorris and Mr. Fendall’s first period, 2nd place is Mrs. Vranesic’s first period and in first place is Mr. Millers class with 7 cans per student!!!  Don’t forget to bring cans to your first period class.  We are asking each student to bring only 4 cans or non-perishable food items to support the less fortunate in our community.  See the flier in your classroom for food ideas.  Your class earns double points for baby food items.  The first period class with the most cans collected per student at the end of the four week food drive wins a pancake breakfast.  The next pickup will be on Friday!  We All Can for Kids Can!!!  (Ward 11/4)

 

“ATTENTION all EQUITAS Academy members, our monthly meeting is this Wednesday November 2nd in room 303 starting at 3:15. This is a mandatory meeting.”  (Newton 11/2)

 

Hey hey Huskies! Renaissance BBQ #2 is this Friday, November 4 during both lunches. Check the list in the cafeteria to see if you are qualified or not. Freshmen ARE included this time. Remember to bring your ID card, No ID means no free food! See y’all there!  (Grivel 11/2)

 

“Hey Huskies!  Trying to catch up on your community service hours?  Well…good news!  Sheldon is hosting a mathletes competition November 11th  and we would like you join us by coming to our meeting on Thursday November 3rd in room D107.  We shall provide more details during the course of the meeting.

See you there!  (Wallace 11/3)

 

“Are you a good public speaker or wanting to improve your skills? Would you like to win cash for your abilities? Come to Mrs. Newton’s room 303 on Thursday at 3:10 to hear more information about a speech contest where you could win up to $1500. This year’s topic is Equal Rights for Women. See you there!”  (Newton 11/3)

 

Yoga is a very convenient and easy way to promote your health and well -being. We are having our second meeting this Wednesday, November 2nd  from 3:15 till 3:45 in room E 008.  (Montague 11/2)

 

Do you like to act or want to be a lawyer? Then Mock Trial is for you! If you are interested in being part of this year’s Mock Trial team come to the mandatory informational meeting on Wednesday November 2nd in room 329 right after school. There you will find out everything you need to know about this year’s auditions, competition, and case. See you there!  (Reed 11/2)

 

Class and College News

 

Hey Senior Huskies!!!! This is a notice to remind you that you have a Senior Payment due this week.  This payment is for your Yearbook.  It is $80 w/ the Senior Payment Plan and the deadline to pay is this Friday.  Pay your November Senior Payment at  the Senior Window during your lunch.  Avoid the late payment fee and pay TODAY!  (Weaver 11/4)

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Tuesday, November 1, 2016

 

Today’s Thought

 

I believe that every human mind feels pleasure in doing good to another. – Thomas Jefferson

 

Today’s news

 

Happy Diwali Huskies!! Diwali is the Indian festival of lights and to celebrate Diwali, Bollywood Club will be having a henna booth from Wednesday to Friday during lunch in the quad for only $5! Come get your henna done from Bollywood Club for as low as $5! Once again, Happy Diwali!  (Robinson 11/4)

 

“Attention Photo club members, don’t forget to go and purchase your photo club shirt!  The club shirts are on sale in the student store for $15!"  (Coates 11/4)

 

!Hola Sheldon Huskies!

Have you ever wanted to travel to an exotic foreign land? Visit a rainforest adventure park? Kayak near and swim in a natural hot spring? Then Costa Rica is the place for you. Mr. and Mrs. Newton will be hosting an EF parent information night on Thursday November 3rd at 7pm in the cafeteria to discuss the upcoming Costa Rica trip. Hope to see you there.  (Newton 11/3)

 

Hey Huskies! The wait is over! Paw Print's website has been updated and you can now view your school news, as well as pictures from Homecoming Week, at our website, sheldonpawprints.com! Stay updated on your news or read your horoscope! Again, that is sheldonpawprints.com!  (Magsig 11/2)

 

Hey Huskies!  The Kids Can Food Drive is in it’s 3rd week.  The standings in the first period breakfast competition after the first two weeks are:  tied for 3rd place are Mr. McMorris and Mr. Fendall’s first period, 2nd place is Mrs. Vranesic’s first period and in first place is Mr. Millers class with 7 cans per student!!!  Don’t forget to bring cans to your first period class.  We are asking each student to bring only 4 cans or non-perishable food items to support the less fortunate in our community.  See the flier in your classroom for food ideas.  Your class earns double points for baby food items.  The first period class with the most cans collected per student at the end of the four week food drive wins a pancake breakfast.  The next pickup will be on Friday!  We All Can for Kids Can!!!  (Ward 11/4)

 

“ATTENTION all EQUITAS Academy members, our monthly meeting is this Wednesday November 2nd in room 303 starting at 3:15. This is a mandatory meeting.”  (Newton 11/2)

 

Hey hey Huskies! Renaissance BBQ #2 is this Friday, November 4 during both lunches. Check the list in the cafeteria to see if you are qualified or not. Freshmen ARE included this time. Remember to bring your ID card, No ID means no free food! See y’all there!  (Grivel 11/2)

 

“Are you a good public speaker or wanting to improve your skills? Would you like to win cash for your abilities? Come to Mrs. Newton’s room 303 on Thursday at 3:10 to hear more information about a speech contest where you could win up to $1500. This year’s topic is Equal Rights for Women. See you there!”  (Newton 11/3)

 

Yoga is a very convenient and easy way to promote your health and well -being. We are having our second meeting this Wednesday, November 2nd  from 3:15 till 3:45 in room E 008.  (Montague 11/2)

 

Do you like to act or want to be a lawyer? Then Mock Trial is for you! If you are interested in being part of this year’s Mock Trial team come to the mandatory informational meeting on Wednesday November 2nd in room 329 right after school. There you will find out everything you need to know about this year’s auditions, competition, and case. See you there!  (Reed 11/2)

 

Attention Club and Academy Presidents! Tomorrow's ICC meeting is MANDATORY and will begin at 8:30 AM in the AO. See you all there!   (Grivel 11/1)

Class and College News

 

A Sacramento City College Representative will be in the Career Center during both lunches today.  No appointment needed, just drop-in during your lunch and get your Sac City questions answered!  (McCabe 11/1)

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SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Monday, October 31, 2016

 

Today’s Thought

 

Nobody cares how much you know, until they know how much you care. – Theodore Roosevelt
 

Today’s news

 

Happy Diwali Huskies!! Diwali is the Indian festival of lights and to celebrate Diwali, Bollywood Club will be having a henna booth from Wednesday to Friday during lunch in the quad for only $5! Come get your henna done from Bollywood Club for as low as $5! Once again, Happy Diwali!  (Robinson 11/4)

 

!Hola Sheldon Huskies!

Have you ever wanted to travel to an exotic foreign land? Visit a rainforest adventure park? Kayak near and swim in a natural hot spring? Then Costa Rica is the place for you. Mr. and Mrs. Newton will be hosting an EF parent information night on Thursday November 3rd at 7pm in the cafeteria to discuss the upcoming Costa Rica trip. Hope to see you there.  (Newton 11/3)

 

Hey Huskies! The wait is over! Paw Print's website has been updated and you can now view your school news, as well as pictures from Homecoming Week, at our website, sheldonpawprints.com! Stay updated on your news or read your horoscope! Again, that is sheldonpawprints.com!  (Magsig 11/2)

 

“ATTENTION all EQUITAS Academy members, our monthly meeting is this Wednesday November 2nd in room 303 starting at 3:15. This is a mandatory meeting.”  (Newton 11/2)

 

Hey hey Huskies! Renaissance BBQ #2 is this Friday, November 4 during both lunches. Check the list in the cafeteria to see if you are qualified or not. Freshmen ARE included this time. Remember to bring your ID card, No ID means no free food! See y’all there!  (Grivel 11/2)

 

Yoga is a very convenient and easy way to promote your health and well -being. We are having our second meeting this Wednesday, November 2nd  from 3:15 till 3:45 in room E 008.  (Montague 11/2)

 

Do you like to act or want to be a lawyer? Then Mock Trial is for you! If you are interested in being part of this year’s Mock Trial team come to the mandatory informational meeting on Wednesday November 2nd in room 329 right after school. There you will find out everything you need to know about this year’s auditions, competition, and case. See you there!  (Reed 11/2)

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Hey Huskies tomorrow is Halloween, so instead of waiting to put your costumes on come to school dressed in in it and show off your school spirit. Keep in mind fake blood, weapons, and masks are prohibited as well as costumes that resemble that of a clown. Can't wait to see your awesome costumes tomorrow.  

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SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Friday, October 28, 2016

 

Pledge

 

I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. 

 

Today’s news

 

Hey huskies,  It’s week two of kids can and we are here to let you know we are still collecting cans to support the less fortunate in our community.  We did not collect last week due to the many activities of homecoming. Our goal as a school site is to collect 8000 cans.  If every husky donates 4 cans we will reach our goal.  Just bring your cans to your 1st period class. If your class has the most cans per student by the end of our 4 weeks of collection your class will get a pancake breakfast. 2nd and 3rd place classes will receive juice and muffins.  Let’s go Huskies – WE all Can for Kids Can!!!  (Ward 10/28)

 

!Hola Sheldon Huskies!

Have you ever wanted to travel to an exotic foreign land? Visit a rainforest adventure park? Kayak near and swim in a natural hot spring? Then Costa Rica is the place for you. Mr. and Mrs. Newton will be hosting an EF parent information night on Thursday November 3rd at 7pm in the cafeteria to discuss the upcoming Costa Rica trip. Hope to see you there.  (Newton 11/3)

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Win Cash Prizes!

Local Awards up to $500

State Contest Awards up to $1,500!

The AAUW will hold their Annual Speech Contest on February 18th.  The contest is open to all EGUSD High School Students. Compose a 5-6 minute original speech answering the questions:  Is it time to pass the Equal Rights Amendment? If so, how can this be accomplished?  How can organizations such as AAUW help in getting this amendment ratified once and for all?

Attend Ms.Newton's Informational Workshop at Sheldon on Thursday, Nov. 3rd at 3:10 in Room 303 for more details.

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Thursday, October 27, 2016

 

Today’s Thought

 

A man may die, nations may rise and fall, but an idea lives on. – John F. Kennedy

 

Today’s news

 

Hey huskies,  It’s week two of kids can and we are here to let you know we are still collecting cans to support the less fortunate in our community.  We did not collect last week due to the many activities of homecoming. Our goal as a school site is to collect 8000 cans.  If every husky donates 4 cans we will reach our goal.  Just bring your cans to your 1st period class. If your class has the most cans per student by the end of our 4 weeks of collection your class will get a pancake breakfast. 2nd and 3rd place classes will receive juice and muffins.  Lets go Huskies – WE all Can for Kids Can!!!  (Ward 10/28)

 

The final day to audition for this year’s Talent Show today, 10/27.  We will be holding open auditions after school in the cafeteria.  If you did not turn in an application, this is your last chance to audition to be part of this year’s Talent Show.  Sign up at the outside tables near the cafeteria after school on Thursday.  Come share your talent!  (Mamou 10/27)

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Wednesday, October 26, 2016

 

Today’s Thought

 

Keep your face always toward the sunshine - and shadows will fall behind you. – Walt Whitman

 

Today’s news

 

A classic legend goes rogue in The HEART of ROBIN HOOD!  This raucous and thrilling production explodes off the stage with swashbuckling, comedy, romance and music. The HEART of ROBIN HOOD puts a bold new twist on the story of the world’s most infamous outlaw. Robin Hood isn’t a beloved vigilante who gives to the poor... he’s just a headstrong thief! It’s up to the brave Maid Marion to protect the kingdom and show this legendary outlaw how to be a hero. You can buy tickets at the Studio Theatre Box Office window starting October 31st. Tickets are only $10 General Admission. There are 6 performances starting November 4th and continuing on November 5th, 10th, and 12th at 7:00, with matinee performances on November 9th at 4:00, and November 12th at 2:00. For more information, like Sheldon High School THEATREworks on Facebook or follow @SheldonTheatre1 on Twitter. Don’t miss this heart-pounding, eye-popping adventure — it’s Sherwood Forest like you’ve never seen it before!  (Howard 10/26)

 

Hey huskies,  It’s week two of kids can and we are here to let you know we are still collecting cans to support the less fortunate in our community.  We did not collect last week due to the many activities of homecoming. Our goal as a school site is to collect 8000 cans.  If every husky donates 4 cans we will reach our goal.  Just bring your cans to your 1st period class. If your class has the most cans per student by the end of our 4 weeks of collection your class will get a pancake breakfast. 2nd and 3rd place classes will receive juice and muffins.  Lets go Huskies – WE all Can for Kids Can!!!  (Ward 10/28)

 

The final day to audition for this year’s Talent Show is this Thursday, 10/27.  We will be holding open auditions Thursday after school in the cafeteria.  If you did not turn in an application, this is your last chance to audition to be part of this year’s Talent Show.  Sign up at the outside tables near the cafeteria after school on Thursday.  Come share your talent!  (Mamou 10/27)

 

Hey Huskies! This week Students Helping Students is sponsoring the #Smile project in support of suicide awareness and prevention. Did you know nearly 30,000 Americans commit suicide each year and suicide is the second leading cause of death among 15 to 24 year olds? That is way too high if you ask Students Helping Students!  This week we want all Huskies to participate in our #Smile daily challenges. Today is a random act of kindness challenge and on Wednesday wear YELLOW! Just remember no one else can play your part, reach out and show you care!! (Ward 10/26)

 

Class and College News

 

Are you interested in earning college credits while still in high school?  Through Advanced Education, Sheldon Juniors and Seniors can take courses at CRC in Spring 2017 - without paying the unit fees for the class .  Spring classes begin in January and conclude in May.  If you are a junior or senior with a 2.7 GPA or higher, you could be eligible for this program.  Sign up for Ms. Clark’s Advanced Education Information meeting being held in the Career Center today at 11:00.  See Ms. McCabe today!  (McCabe 10/26)

 

Juniors and SeniorsWould you like to get a head start on College?  You can earn college credits while in high school.  Take Commuications 301, a CSU and UC transferable college course this spring, right here at Sheldon!  The course will be taught by a CRC professor on our campus on Tuesdays and Thursday from 3:20 – 4:50, beginning in January and concluding in May.  For applications and details about Comm 301 and other college courses, sign up to attend Ms. Clark’s Advanced Education Meeting on Wednesday Oct 26th, or see Ms. McCabe. (McCabe 10/26)

 

Our CRC Representative, Ms. Clark, will be in the Career Center during both lunches today.  No appointment needed, just drop-in during your lunch.  (McCabe 10/26)

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Tuesday, October 25, 2016

 

You always pass failure on the way to success. – Mickey Rooney

 

Today’s news

 

Attention all Photo Club Members - there will be a Photo Club meeting on Tuesday October 25th after school in room j006. We will be starting our first project. Hope to see you all there.  (Coates 10/25)

 

A classic legend goes rogue in The HEART of ROBIN HOOD!  This raucous and thrilling production explodes off the stage with swashbuckling, comedy, romance and music. The HEART of ROBIN HOOD puts a bold new twist on the story of the world’s most infamous outlaw. Robin Hood isn’t a beloved vigilante who gives to the poor... he’s just a headstrong thief! It’s up to the brave Maid Marion to protect the kingdom and show this legendary outlaw how to be a hero. You can buy tickets at the Studio Theatre Box Office window starting October 31st. Tickets are only $10 General Admission. There are 6 performances starting November 4th and continuing on November 5th, 10th, and 12th at 7:00, with matinee performances on November 9th at 4:00, and November 12th at 2:00. For more information, like Sheldon High School THEATREworks on Facebook or follow @SheldonTheatre1 on Twitter. Don’t miss this heart-pounding, eye-popping adventure — it’s Sherwood Forest like you’ve never seen it before!  (Howard 10/26)

 

Are you stressed? Overworked?

Would you like to learn some relaxation techniques?  Maintain healthy mind and body? Come if you are interested in being part of the Yoga Club. Our first meeting is on Tuesday, October 25th after school at 3:15 pm in room E008. Hope to see you there! (Montague 10/25)

 

Attention all BSU members.  Our next meeting is this Wednesday, 10/26, at 9:00 am in room R007.  See you there!! (Mamou 10/25)

 

Hey huskies,  It’s week two of kids can and we are here to let you know we are still collecting cans to support the less fortunate in our community.  We did not collect last week due to the many activities of homecoming. Our goal as a school site is to collect 8000 cans.  If every husky donates 4 cans we will reach our goal.  Just bring your cans to your 1st period class. If your class has the most cans per student by the end of our 4 weeks of collection your class will get a pancake breakfast. 2nd and 3rd place classes will receive juice and muffins.  Lets go Huskies – WE all Can for Kids Can!!!  (Ward 10/28)

 

Gentlemen’s Club – We get to meet all together on Wednesday at 9 am this week. Be in room C001 at 9 am. Please bring a tie and a coin.  (McMorris 10/25)

 

Hey Huskies! This week Students Helping Students is sponsoring the #Smile project in support of suicide awareness and prevention. Did you know nearly 30,000 Americans commit suicide each year and suicide is the second leading cause of death among 15 to 24 year olds? That is way too high if you ask Students Helping Students!  This week we want all Huskies to participate in our #Smile daily challenges. Today is a random act of kindness challenge and on Wednesday wear YELLOW! Just remember no one else can play your part, reach out and show you care!! (Ward 10/26)

 

Sheldon High School Sober Grad “Give Back” Fundraiser

10/25/16 5-11pm Leatherby’s Family Creamery at 8238 Laguna Blvd., Elk Grove. 20% of sales

will go towards funding the Sober Grad celebration. Please present the printed flyer or show it to the server from a mobile device. See you tonight at Leatherby’s where everyday is a Sundae! (Lowe 10/25)

 

 

Class and College News

 

Juniors and SeniorsWould you like to get a head start on College?  You can earn college credits while in high school.  Take Commuications 301, a CSU and UC transferable college course this spring, right here at Sheldon!  The course will be taught by a CRC professor on our campus on Tuesdays and Thursday from 3:20 – 4:50, beginning in January and concluding in May.  For applications and details about Comm 301 and other college courses, sign up to attend Ms. Clark’s Advanced Education Meeting on Wednesday Oct 26th, or see Ms. McCabe. (McCabe 10/26)

 

Hey Freshmen!

Tonight is the night if you are interested in joining an Academy.  Come to Academy Information Night at 6:00 pm in the cafeteria.   Don’t miss this opportunity to learn all about our ACADEMIES!  Applications will be available. (Grimm 10/25)

 

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Monday, October 24, 2016

 

Success is that old A B C – ability, breaks and courage. – Chris Luckman

 

Today’s news

 

Attention CSF Members: our October CSF meeting will be Monday, 24th at 3:15 in the Cafeteria. You must bring proof that you have paid your dues ($5 in the Student Store). Come meet your fellow club members and learn about service and scholarship opportunities. See you in CSF!”  (Steger 10/24)

 

Kids Can season is here! Donate non-perishables to your 1st period class today to earn points. The class with the most points will get an all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast hosted by the Students Helping Students program. 2nd and 3rd place will be rewarded with muffins and juice. Our goal is to donate 8,000 cans to support the less fortunate in our community. To reach our goal we only need 4 cans per students. Donations are collected every Friday for the next 4 weeks. Bring in cans today!  WE all can for Kids Can!!!  (Ward 10/24)

 

Attention all Photo Club Members - there will be a Photo Club meeting on Tuesday October 25th after school in room j006. We will be starting our first project. Hope to see you all there.  (Coates 10/25)

 

A classic legend goes rogue in The HEART of ROBIN HOOD!  This raucous and thrilling production explodes off the stage with swashbuckling, comedy, romance and music. The HEART of ROBIN HOOD puts a bold new twist on the story of the world’s most infamous outlaw. Robin Hood isn’t a beloved vigilante who gives to the poor... he’s just a headstrong thief! It’s up to the brave Maid Marion to protect the kingdom and show this legendary outlaw how to be a hero. You can buy tickets at the Studio Theatre Box Office window starting October 31st. Tickets are only $10 General Admission. There are 6 performances starting November 4th and continuing on November 5th, 10th, and 12th at 7:00, with matinee performances on November 9th at 4:00, and November 12th at 2:00. For more information, like Sheldon High School THEATREworks on Facebook or follow @SheldonTheatre1 on Twitter. Don’t miss this heart-pounding, eye-popping adventure — it’s Sherwood Forest like you’ve never seen it before!  (Howard 10/26)

 

Are you stressed? Overworked?

Would you like to learn some relaxation techniques?  Maintain healthy mind and body? Come if you are interested in being part of the Yoga Club. Our first meeting is on Tuesday, October 25th after school at 3:15 pm in room E008. Hope to see you there! (Montague 10/25)

 

Attention all BSU members.  Our next meeting is this Wednesday, 10/26, at 9:00 am in room R007.  See you there!! (Mamou 10/25)

 

 

Happy Mole Day!

 

The chemistry club would like to wish you 6 times 10 to the 23rd happy regards for Mole day. The mole is a word that means a number.  Just like dozen means 12, the mole means 6 times 10 to the 23rd.  It is always celebrated on 10-23. Hope you have a great mole day! (Laurison 10/23)

 

 

 

 

Class and College News

 

Attention all 9th Graders!

Are you interested in joining a Sheldon High School Academy?  You and your parents are invited to our Academy Information Meeting this coming Tuesday, October 25th at 6:00 pm in the cafeteria.

Applications will be available there.

If you have any questions see Mrs. Grimm in the Counseling Office.  (Grimm 10/24)

 

 

Juniors and SeniorsWould you like to get a head start on College?  You can earn college credits while in high school.  Take Commuications 301, a CSU and UC transferable college course this spring, right here at Sheldon!  The course will be taught by a CRC professor on our campus on Tuesdays and Thursday from 3:20 – 4:50, beginning in January and concluding in May.  For applications and details about Comm 301 and other college courses, sign up to attend Ms. Clark’s Advanced Education Meeting on Wednesday Oct 26th, or see Ms. McCabe. (McCabe 10/26)

 

 

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Reminder, we are on a reverse minimum day bell schedule this Thursday, 10/27/16.  Below is the bell schedule for this day:

 

Reverse Minimum Day

Period 1

10:20

11:15

Period 2

11:25

12:25

Lunch A

12:25

1:03

Period 3A

1:10

2:05

Period 3B

12:32

1:27

Lunch B

1:27

2:05

Period 4

2:12

3:07

 
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Friday, October 21, 2016

 

Pledge

 

I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. 

 

Today’s news

 

Attention CSF Members: our October CSF meeting will be Monday, 24th at 3:15 in the Cafeteria. You must bring proof that you have paid your dues ($5 in the Student Store). Come meet your fellow club members and learn about service and scholarship opportunities. See you in CSF!”  (Steger 10/24)

 

Kids Can season is here! Donate non-perishables to your 1st period class today to earn points. The class with the most points will get an all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast hosted by the Students Helping Students program. 2nd and 3rd place will be rewarded with muffins and juice. Our goal is to donate 8,000 cans to support the less fortunate in our community. To reach our goal we only need 4 cans per students. Donations are collected every Friday for the next 4 weeks. Bring in cans today!  WE all can for Kids Can!!!  (Ward 10/21)

 

Aloha huskies! If you would like to join PIC's multicultural Tahitian dance, clinics begin Monday 10/24 through Thursday and tryouts will be on Friday 10/28. It is important to attend all clinic days to learn the choreography. Come out to the circle quad after school at 3:15 in comfortable clothing, hope to see you there!  (Cuccinello 10/21)

 

Attention all Photo Club Members - there will be a Photo Club meeting on Tuesday October 25th after school in room j006. We will be starting our first project. Hope to see you all there.  (Coates 10/25)

 

Hey Huskies, do you want to see your favorite senior royalty kiss a calf this Friday? Then come out to the quad today through Thursday to vote! Voting is done by money. Coins increase a couple's chance to kiss the calf while cash decreases it. And don't forget to attend the parade and post-parade rally this friday to see who has to kiss the calf!  (Marcione 10/21)

 

Hey Huskies!! Homecoming tickets are now on sale, come buy them at the student store for $10 with ASB, and $15 without ASB! Guest tickets are $15, bring your guest pass to the student store window! Hurry and get your tickets and avoid long lines at the door!! See you guys at homecoming THIS SATURDAY.  (Weaver 10/21)

 

A classic legend goes rogue in The HEART of ROBIN HOOD!  This raucous and thrilling production explodes off the stage with swashbuckling, comedy, romance and music. The HEART of ROBIN HOOD puts a bold new twist on the story of the world’s most infamous outlaw. Robin Hood isn’t a beloved vigilante who gives to the poor... he’s just a headstrong thief! It’s up to the brave Maid Marion to protect the kingdom and show this legendary outlaw how to be a hero. You can buy tickets at the Studio Theatre Box Office window starting October 31st. Tickets are only $10 General Admission. There are 6 performances starting November 4th and continuing on November 5th, 10th, and 12th at 7:00, with matinee performances on November 9th at 4:00, and November 12th at 2:00. For more information, like Sheldon High School THEATREworks on Facebook or follow @SheldonTheatre1 on Twitter. Don’t miss this heart-pounding, eye-popping adventure — it’s Sherwood Forest like you’ve never seen it before!  (Howard 10/26)

 

Class and College News

 

Attention all 9th Graders!

Are you interested in joining a Sheldon High School Academy?  You and your parents are invited to our Academy Information Meeting this coming Tuesday, October 25th at 6:00 pm in the cafeteria.

Applications will be available there.

If you have any questions see Mrs. Grimm in the Counseling Office.  (Grimm 10/24)

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Thursday, October 20, 2016

 

Today’s Thought

 

Character is like a tree and reputation like a shadow. The shadow is what we think of it; the tree is the real thing. – Abraham Lincoln

 

Today’s news

 

Attention CSF Members: our October CSF meeting will be Monday, 24th at 3:15 in the Cafeteria. You must bring proof that you have paid your dues ($5 in the Student Store). Come meet your fellow club members and learn about service and scholarship opportunities. See you in CSF!”  (Steger 10/24)

 

Kids Can season is here! Donate non-perishables to your 1st period class today to earn points. The class with the most points will get an all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast hosted by the Students Helping Students program. 2nd and 3rd place will be rewarded with muffins and juice. Our goal is to donate 8,000 cans to support the less fortunate in our community. To reach our goal we only need 4 cans per students. Donations are collected every Friday for the next 4 weeks. Bring in cans today!  WE all can for Kids Can!!!  (Ward 10/21)

 

Aloha huskies! If you would like to join PIC's multicultural Tahitian dance, clinics begin Monday 10/24 through Thursday and tryouts will be on Friday 10/28. It is important to attend all clinic days to learn the choreography. Come out to the circle quad after school at 3:15 in comfortable clothing, hope to see you there!  (Cuccinello 10/21)

 

Attention Blood Donors-

CONSENT FORMS are still available in D119.   Be a life saver.  Each pint donated can save up to 3 lives.  

CONSENT FORMS are due Thursday October 20th, after school in D119.  (Cecil 10/20)

 

Hey Huskies, do you want to see your favorite senior royalty kiss a calf this Friday? Then come out to the quad today through Thursday to vote! Voting is done by money. Coins increase a couple's chance to kiss the calf while cash decreases it. And don't forget to attend the parade and post-parade rally this friday to see who has to kiss the calf!  (Marcione 10/21)

 

Hey Huskies!! Homecoming tickets are now on sale, come buy them at the student store for $10 with ASB, and $15 without ASB! Guest tickets are $15, bring your guest pass to the student store window! Hurry and get your tickets and avoid long lines at the door!! See you guys at homecoming THIS SATURDAY.  (Weaver 10/21)

 

A classic legend goes rogue in The HEART of ROBIN HOOD!  This raucous and thrilling production explodes off the stage with swashbuckling, comedy, romance and music. The HEART of ROBIN HOOD puts a bold new twist on the story of the world’s most infamous outlaw. Robin Hood isn’t a beloved vigilante who gives to the poor... he’s just a headstrong thief! It’s up to the brave Maid Marion to protect the kingdom and show this legendary outlaw how to be a hero. You can buy tickets at the Studio Theatre Box Office window starting October 31st. Tickets are only $10 General Admission. There are 6 performances starting November 4th and continuing on November 5th, 10th, and 12th at 7:00, with matinee performances on November 9th at 4:00, and November 12th at 2:00. For more information, like Sheldon High School THEATREworks on Facebook or follow @SheldonTheatre1 on Twitter. Don’t miss this heart-pounding, eye-popping adventure — it’s Sherwood Forest like you’ve never seen it before!  (Howard 10/26)

 

Class and College News

 

Attention all 9th Graders!

Are you interested in joining a Sheldon High School Academy?  You and your parents are invited to our Academy Information Meeting this coming Tuesday, October 25th at 6:00 pm in the cafeteria.

Applications will be available there.

If you have any questions see Mrs. Grimm in the Counseling Office.  (Grimm 10/24)

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Hey Huskies! Attached below is Sheldon's tan and black hats that are on sale in the Student Store! We have a very limited number so come and buy them as soon as you can. It's $20 w/ASB and $23 w/o and open to teachers and students!

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Wednesday, October 19, 2016

 

Today’s Thought

 

It is amazing what you can accomplish if you do not care who gets the credit. – Harry S. Truman
 

Today’s news

 

Kids Can season is here! Donate non-perishables to your 1st period class today to earn points. The class with the most points will get an all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast hosted by the Students Helping Students program. 2nd and 3rd place will be rewarded with muffins and juice. Our goal is to donate 8,000 cans to support the less fortunate in our community. To reach our goal we only need 4 cans per students. Donations are collected every Friday for the next 4 weeks. Bring in cans today!  WE all can for Kids Can!!!  (Ward 10/21)

 

Aloha huskies! If you would like to join PIC's multicultural Tahitian dance, clinics begin Monday 10/24 through Thursday and tryouts will be on Friday 10/28. It is important to attend all clinic days to learn the choreography. Come out to the circle quad after school at 3:15 in comfortable clothing, hope to see you there!  (Cuccinello 10/21)

 

Attention Blood Donors-

CONSENT FORMS are still available in D119.   Be a life saver.  Each pint donated can save up to 3 lives.  

CONSENT FORMS are due Thursday October 20th, after school in D119.  (Cecil 10/20)

 

Hey Huskies, do you want to see your favorite senior royalty kiss a calf this Friday? Then come out to the quad today through Thursday to vote! Voting is done by money. Coins increase a couple's chance to kiss the calf while cash decreases it. And don't forget to attend the parade and post-parade rally this friday to see who has to kiss the calf!  (Marcione 10/21)

 

Hey Huskies!! Homecoming tickets are now on sale, come buy them at the student store for $10 with ASB, and $15 without ASB! Guest tickets are $15, bring your guest pass to the student store window! Hurry and get your tickets and avoid long lines at the door!! See you guys at homecoming THIS SATURDAY.  (Weaver 10/21)

 

A classic legend goes rogue in The HEART of ROBIN HOOD!  This raucous and thrilling production explodes off the stage with swashbuckling, comedy, romance and music. The HEART of ROBIN HOOD puts a bold new twist on the story of the world’s most infamous outlaw. Robin Hood isn’t a beloved vigilante who gives to the poor... he’s just a headstrong thief! It’s up to the brave Maid Marion to protect the kingdom and show this legendary outlaw how to be a hero. You can buy tickets at the Studio Theatre Box Office window starting October 31st. Tickets are only $10 General Admission. There are 6 performances starting November 4th and continuing on November 5th, 10th, and 12th at 7:00, with matinee performances on November 9th at 4:00, and November 12th at 2:00. For more information, like Sheldon High School THEATREworks on Facebook or follow @SheldonTheatre1 on Twitter. Don’t miss this heart-pounding, eye-popping adventure — it’s Sherwood Forest like you’ve never seen it before!  (Howard 10/26)

 

Class and College News

 

We still have a few more opportunities to attend college presentations in the Career Center.

Next week’s College visits include:

University of Northern British Columbia (attend college in Canada!)

UC Merced

See Ms. McCabe in the Career Center for more information and to sign up.  (McCabe 10/19)

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Tuesday, October 18, 2016

 

Today’s Thought

 

This world of ours... must avoid becoming a community of dreadful fear and hate, and be, instead, a proud confederation of mutual trust and respect. – Dwight D. Eisenhower
 

Today’s news

 

Aloha huskies! If you would like to join PIC's multicultural Tahitian dance, clinics begin Monday 10/24 through Thursday and tryouts will be on Friday 10/28. It is important to attend all clinic days to learn the choreography. Come out to the circle quad after school at 3:15 in comfortable clothing, hope to see you there!  (Cuccinello 10/21)

 

Be a Life Saver and Donate Blood- every day, 800 pints of blood need to be collected in order to serve over 40 hospitals in Northern and Central California.  It is up to donors like you to help Blood Source meet these requirements in order to help individuals who have been affected by car accidents, cancer, surgery, and genetic blood disorders.  Consent forms are available in D119.  The Sheldon Blood Drive is next Tuesday, October 25th.   Sign up now to get your spot.  (Cecil 10/18)

 

Hey Huskies, do you want to see a senior royalty couple kiss a calf this Friday? Then come out to the quad today through Thursday to vote! Voting is done by money. Coins increase a couple's chance to kiss the calf while cash decreases it. And don't forget to attend the parade and post-parade rally this Friday to see who has to kiss the calf!  (Marcione 10/21)

 

Hey Huskies!! Homecoming tickets are now on sale, come buy them at the student store for $10 with ASB, and $15 without ASB! Guest tickets are $15, bring your guest pass to the student store window! Hurry and get your tickets and avoid long lines at the door!! See you guys at homecoming on October 22nd!!!!!!!!!  (Weaver 10/18)

 

Class and College News

 

Hey Juniors and Seniors!  Not sure what to do after high school?

The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) is a test used by the military to assess students’ academic and occupational development.  The results provide information on readiness for advanced academic education, along with other personal information to identify areas for Career Exploration.  The ASVAB is FREE, takes about three hours, and will be administered by representatives of the Federal Government at:

Sheldon High School on Thursday, October 27th,  7:00 am – 10:00 am.

Sign up in the Career Center.    (McCabe 10/18)

 

We still have a few more opportunities to attend college presentations in the Career Center.

Next week’s College visits include:

University of Northern British Columbia (attend college in Canada!)

UC Merced

See Ms. McCabe in the Career Center for more information and to sign up.  (McCabe 10/19)

 

Please be reminded that Wednesday, October 19th will be a reverse minimum day for the administration of the PSAT to all 10th grade students and any 9th and 11th grade students who choose to pay to take the exam.  School will start at 7:30 am for those students taking the PSAT and 11:30 am for students NOT taking the PSAT.    (Mola 10/18)

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Monday, October 17, 2016

 

Today’s Thought

 

Nobody cares how much you know, until they know how much you care. – Theodore Roosevelt
 

Today’s news

 

Be a Life Saver and Donate Blood- every day, 800 pints of blood need to be collected in order to serve over 40 hospitals in Northern and Central California.  It is up to donors like you to help Blood Source meet these requirements in order to help individuals who have been affected by car accidents, cancer, surgery, and genetic blood disorders.  Consent forms are available in D119.   (Cecil 10/17)

 

Hey Huskies!! Homecoming tickets are now on sale, come buy them at the student store for $10 with ASB, and $15 without ASB! Guest tickets are $15, bring your guest pass to the student store window! Hurry and get your tickets and avoid long lines at the door!! See you guys at homecoming on October 22nd!!!!!!!!!  (Weaver 10/17)

 

Class and College News

 

Hey Juniors and Seniors!  Not sure what to do after high school?

The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) is a test used by the military to assess students’ academic and occupational development.  The results provide information on readiness for advanced academic education, along with other personal information to identify areas for Career Exploration.  The ASVAB is FREE, takes about three hours, and will be administered by representatives of the Federal Government at:

Sheldon High School on Thursday, October 27th,  7:00 am – 10:00 am.

Sign up in the Career Center.    (McCabe 10/18)

 

We still have a few more opportunities to attend college presentations in the Career Center.

Next week’s College visits include:

University of Northern British Columbia (attend college in Canada!)

And UC Merced

See Ms. McCabe in the Career Center for more information and to sign up.  (McCabe 10/19)

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Friday, October 14, 2016

 

Pledge

 

I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. 

 

Today’s news

 

Hey Huskies!  Statistics show that 28% of students in the United States experience bullying as early as grade six and it can continue through grade 12.  Today is the last day of our Bullying Prevention week at Sheldon, but Students Helping Students wants to remind you that every day should be a great day to be a Husky for all Sheldon students.  We encourage you to stand up every day against bullying and continue to make Sheldon a safe place for all.  We would like to challenge each of you to do a random act of kindness today and reach out to someone you think needs a positive boost!!!  Thanks for all you efforts during UNITE against bullying week and don’t forget – Be a Buddy, Not a Bully.  (Ward 10/14)

 

Hey Huskies! Our first rally of the year is just around the corner. It will be this Friday, October 14th after school in the Main Gym.  Bring your friends and find out who our Homecoming royalty nominees will be this year along with exciting performances. It’s gonna be lit so be there or be square!  (Grivel 10/14)

 

Be a Life Saver and Donate Blood- every day, 800 pints of blood need to be collected in order to serve over 40 hospitals in Northern and Central California.  It is up to donors like you to help Blood Source meet these requirements in order to help individuals who have been affected by car accidents, cancer, surgery, and genetic blood disorders.  Consent forms are available in D119.   (Cecil 10/17)

 

Heeeelllloooo Huskies, do you wanna earn more spirit points for your class?? This Friday, you’ll have the chance at our first rally by downloading the Five Star Students app. Just have the app open on your smartphone when you’re in the event and check in to automatically get your points. Again download the Five Star Students App to get your points.  See ya there!  (Grivel 10/14)

Hey Huskies!! Homecoming tickets are now on sale, come buy them at the student store for $10 with ASB, and $15 without ASB! Guest tickets are $15, bring your guest pass to the student store window! Hurry and get your tickets and avoid long lines at the door!! See you guys at homecoming on October 22nd!!!!!!!!!  (Weaver 10/17)

 

Class and College News

 

Hey Juniors and Seniors!  Not sure what to do after high school?

The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) is a test used by the military to assess students’ academic and occupational development.  The results provide information on readiness for advanced academic education, along with other personal information to identify areas for Career Exploration.  The ASVAB is FREE, takes about three hours, and will be administered by representatives of the Federal Government at:

Sheldon High School on Thursday, October 27th,  7:00 am – 10:00 am.  Sign up in the Career Center.    (McCabe 10/18)

 

UCLA is making a last minute visit to Sheldon this Friday, Oct. 14th.  If you are interested in learning more about UCLA, see Ms. McCabe in the Career Center for a pass.  (McCabe 10/14)

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Thursday, October 13, 2016

 

Today’s Thought

 

Hope is being able to see that there is light despite all of the darkness. – Desmond Tutu

 

Today’s news

 

Students Helping Students wants you to know that only 36% of students who are bullied each year actually report it.  Be the friend your friend needs and make sure someone knows that can help the situation get better.  We cannot help what we do not know so reach out and let us help make Sheldon a safe place for all.  Today will be the last day to come out during lunch and pledge to stand up against bullying!  We will see you during lunch to complete your pledge and make your orange handprint mark!!!  Be a Buddy, Not a Bully Huskies!!!   (Ward 10/13)

 

Hey Huskies! Our first rally of the year is just around the corner. It will be this Friday, October 14th after school in the Main Gym.  Bring your friends and find out who our Homecoming royalty nominees will be this year along with exciting performances. It’s gonna be lit so be there or be square!  (Grivel 10/14)

 

Attention Women’s Soccer: The first day of conditioning will be TODAY, October 13th. Bring water and wear your running shoes. Meet by 3:30 on the basketball courts. Email Coach Shane with any questions.  (Shane 10/13)

 

Hey Huskies, are you looking for a goulish way to earn community service hours?  Volunteer with the Elk Grove Historical Society Haunted House! They need volunteers in Halloween Costumes or dressed in all black.  There is a policy of “You touch nothing and nothing will touch you”.   Additionally, you will be asked not to use a cell phone while volunteering.  A break will be provided and water will be available.  Volunteers are needed on Oct. 14 & 15, Oct. 21 & 22, and Oct. 28 & 29 from 4:30pm-9:15pm.  Interested students contact Annaclare Entrican at 916-686-8238 or aentrican@comcast.net.  Questions?.. see Ms. McCabe (McCabe 10/13)

 

Gentlemen! Come to the meeting TODAY during your lunch at room C001… BOTH LUNCHES! We will be planning homecoming week activities and talking about jackets and tie knots and how you can change the world. Join us!   (McMorris 10/13)

 

Heeeelllloooo Huskies, do you wanna earn more spirit points for your class?? This Friday, you’ll have the chance at our first rally by downloading the Five Star Students app. Just have the app open on your smartphone when you’re in the event and check in to automatically get your points. Again download the Five Star Students App to get your points.  See ya there!  (Grivel 10/14)

 

Hey Huskies!! Homecoming tickets are now on sale, come buy them at the student store for $10 with ASB, and $15 without ASB! Guest tickets are $15, bring your guest pass to the student store window! Hurry and get your tickets and avoid long lines at the door!! See you guys at homecoming on October 22nd!!!!!!!!!  (Weaver 10/17)

 

Hey members of Pacific Islanders Club. We have a LUAU tinikling practice afterschool TODAY at the circle quad... hope to see all of you there.  (Cuccinello 10/13)

 

Attention La Raza Members! We will be having a meeting after school TODAY, October 13th in Ms. Rocha’s classroom E008.  Please show up on time.  Gracias!  (Cortez 10/13)

 

Class and College News

 

UCLA is making a last minute visit to Sheldon this Friday, Oct. 14th.  If you are interested in learning more about UCLA, see Ms. McCabe in the Career Center for a pass.  (McCabe 10/14)

 

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Bring your friends, co-workers, neighbors and families to our Simply Spectacular Vendor/Craft Fair This Saturday

 

Unique items, handcrafted jewelry and specialty decor, one of a kind baby gifts. Homecoming ideas!!!! 

 

Free Entertainment from the students in our award winning Music Program.

 

Jimboy's Taco Truck on-site in addition to our Snack Bar which will be selling food and refreshments!!

 

For a full list of our booths and additional information:

http://sheldonhighmusic.weebly.com/simply-spectacular-vendorcraft-fair-highlights.html


 

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SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Wednesday, October 12, 2016

 

Today’s Thought

 

Most folks are as happy as they make up their minds to be. – Abraham Lincoln

 

Today’s news

 

Students Helping Students will be reminding you each day this week to UNITE against bullying and make Sheldon a safe space for everyone.  Pledge to stand up against bullying during your lunch today or Thursday in front of the black box theater.   TODAY everyone should be wearing orange to show we are UNITED against bullying.  Remember, be a buddy, not a bully!!!  (Ward 10/12)

 

Hey Huskies!! Homecoming tickets are now on sale, come buy them at the student store for $10 with ASB, and $15 without ASB! Guest tickets are $15, bring your guest pass to the student store window! Hurry and get your tickets and avoid long lines at the door!! See you guys at homecoming on October 22nd!!!!!!!!!   (Weaver 10/13)

 

Attention Women’s Soccer: The first day of conditioning will be this Thursday, October 13th. Bring water and wear your running shoes. Meet by 3:30 on the basketball courts. Email Coach Shane with any questions.  (Shane 10/13)

 

Hey Huskies, are you looking for a goulish way to earn community service hours?  Volunteer with the Elk Grove Historical Society Haunted House! They need volunteers in Halloween Costumes or dressed in all black.  There is a policy of “You touch nothing and nothing will touch you”.   Additionally, you will be asked not to use a cell phone while volunteering.  A break will be provided and water will be available.  Volunteers are needed on Oct. 14 & 15, Oct. 21 & 22, and Oct. 28 & 29 from 4:30pm-9:15pm.  Interested students contact Annaclare Entrican at 916-686-8238 or aentrican@comcast.net.  Questions?.. see Ms. McCabe (McCabe 10/13)

 

Gentlemen! Come to the meeting on Thursday during your lunch at room C001… BOTH LUNCHES! We will be planning homecoming week activities and talking about jackets and tie knots and how you can change the world. Join us!   (McMorris 10/13)

 

Hey members of Pacific Islanders Club. We have a LUAU tinikling practice this thursday afterschool at the circle quad.. hope to see all of you there.  (Cuccinello 10/13)

 

Hey Huskies, do you want to win your high school athletic department $1500??  Live at the Game, a company devoted to bringing the communities of Sacramento and Elk Grove the buzz and atmosphere of high school football is holding a contest in partnership with the Elk Grove Auto Mall to give $1500 to the winning school with the most votes.  The winning school’s football team will also get to meet former NFL star and Elk Grove area football legend Lance Briggs.  To win, simply vote for your Sheldon Huskies at LiveAtTheGame.com   Voting on Fridays counts twice.  Voting starts Friday, October 7th and runs through October 29th.  Remember to tune in Fridays with your Sheldon reporter Jake Hargis as he brings you live updates, photos, and videos from the game.  GO HUSKIES!!   (Duncan 10/12)

 

Attention La Raza Members! We will be having a meeting after school this Thursday, October 13th in Ms. Rocha’s classroom E008.  Please show up on time.  Gracias!  (Cortez 10/13)

 

Class and College News

 

Our CRC Representative, Ms. Clark, will be in the Career Center during both lunches this Wednesday.  No appointment needed, just drop-in during your lunch.  (McCabe 10/12)

 

UCLA is making a last minute visit to Sheldon this Friday, Oct. 14th.  If you are interested in learning more about UCLA, see Ms. McCabe in the Career Center for a pass.  (McCabe 10/14)

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SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Tuesday, October 11, 2016

 

Today’s Thought

 

“You make a living by what you get. You make a life by what you give.”  – Winston Churchill
 

Today’s news

 

Students Helping Students will be reminding you each day this week to UNITE against bullying and make Sheldon a safe space for everyone.   Fact of the day:   Every single day there are approximately 160,000 teens who skip school just because of bullying.   Pledge to stand up against bullying during your lunch today, tomorrow and Thursday in front of the black box theater.   Wednesday we would like everyone on campus to wear orange to show we are UNITED against bullying.  Remember, be a buddy, not a bully!!!  (Ward 10/11)

 

Hey Huskies!! Homecoming tickets are now on sale, come buy them at the student store for $10 with ASB, and $15 without ASB! Guest tickets are $15, bring your guest pass to the student store window! Hurry and get your tickets and avoid long lines at the door!! See you guys at homecoming on October 22nd!!!!!!!!!   (Weaver 10/13)

 

Attention Women’s Soccer: The first day of conditioning has been moved to this Thursday, October 13th. Bring water and wear your running shoes. Meet by 3:30 on the basketball courts. Email Coach Shane with any questions.  (Shane 10/13)

 

Hey Huskies, are you looking for a goulish way to earn community service hours?  Volunteer with the Elk Grove Historical Society Haunted House! They need volunteers in Halloween Costumes or dressed in all black.  There is a policy of “You touch nothing and nothing will touch you”.   Additionally, you will be asked not to use a cell phone while volunteering.  A break will be provided and water will be available.  Volunteers are needed on Oct. 14 & 15, Oct. 21 & 22, and Oct. 28 & 29 from 4:30pm-9:15pm.  Interested students contact Annaclare Entrican at 916-686-8238 or aentrican@comcast.net.  Questions?.. see Ms. McCabe (McCabe 10/13)

 

Hey Huskies, do you want to win your high school athletic department $1500??  Live at the Game, a company devoted to bringing the communities of Sacramento and Elk Grove the buzz and atmosphere of high school football is holding a contest in partnership with the Elk Grove Auto Mall to give $1500 to the winning school with the most votes.  The winning school’s football team will also get to meet former NFL star and Elk Grove area football legend Lance Briggs.  To win, simply vote for your Sheldon Huskies at LiveAtTheGame.com   Voting on Fridays counts twice.  Voting starts Friday, October 7th and runs through October 29th.  Remember to tune in Fridays with your Sheldon reporter Jake Hargis as he brings you live updates, photos, and videos from the game.  GO HUSKIES!!   (Duncan 10/12)

 

Track CONDITIONING starts TODAY, October 10th at 3:30 pm in the stadium.  (Aguilar 10/10)

 

Attention La Raza Members! We will be having a meeting after school this Thursday, October 13th in Ms. Rocha’s classroom E008.  Please show up on time.  Gracias!  (Cortez 10/13)

 

Class and College News

 

Our CRC Representative, Ms. Clark, will be in the Career Center during both lunches this Wednesday.  No appointment needed, just drop-in during your lunch.  (McCabe 10/12)

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HEY HUSKIES! Campus for Christ is meeting this Wednesday in Room 308 (first lunch) and Room C002 (second lunch)! All are welcome! Hope to see you there! :-) If you have any questions, feel free to email me!

 

-Alyssa Fletcher

2016/2017 President of Campus For Christ

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Published: 10/11/16

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SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Monday, October 10, 2016

 

Today’s Thought

 

We can't help everyone, but everyone can help someone. – Ronald Reagan
 

Today’s news

 

Hey Huskies!  Students Helping Students wants you to know that this week is UNITE against Bullying week at Sheldon.  Did you know that there are over 3.2 million students who are victims of bullying each year?  In support of UNITE against Bullying week, come out during your lunch to the front of the Black box theater to sign a pledge to stand up against bullying and help to make Sheldon a safe space for all students.  We will be out there during lunch Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, so don’t forget!!  And remember – be a buddy, not a bully!!!  (Ward 10/10)

 

Hey Huskies!! Homecoming tickets are now on sale, come buy them at the student store for $10 with ASB, and $15 without ASB! Guest tickets are $15, bring your guest pass to the student store window! Hurry and get your tickets and avoid long lines at the door!! See you guys at homecoming on October 22nd!!!!!!!!!   (Weaver 10/13)

 

Hey Huskies, do you want to win your high school athletic department $1500??  Live at the Game, a company devoted to bringing the communities of Sacramento and Elk Grove the buzz and atmosphere of high school football is holding a contest in partnership with the Elk Grove Auto Mall to give $1500 to the winning school with the most votes.  The winning school’s football team will also get to meet former NFL star and Elk Grove area football legend Lance Briggs.  To win, simply vote for your Sheldon Huskies at LiveAtTheGame.com   Voting on Fridays counts twice.  Voting starts Friday, October 7th and runs through October 29th.  Remember to tune in Fridays with your Sheldon reporter Jake Hargis as he brings you live updates, photos, and videos from the game.  GO HUSKIES!!   (Duncan 10/12)

 

Track CONDITIONING starts TODAY, October 10th at 3:30 pm in the stadium.  (Aguilar 10/10)

 

Attention La Raza Members! We will be having a meeting after school this Thursday, October 13th in Ms. Rocha’s classroom E008.  Please show up on time.  Gracias!  (Cortez 10/13)

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SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Friday, October 7, 2016

 

Pledge

 

I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. 

 

Today’s news

 

Hey Huskies, do you want to win your high school athletic department $1500??  Live at the Game, a company devoted to bringing the communities of Sacramento and Elk Grove the buzz and atmosphere of high school football is holding a contest in partnership with the Elk Grove Auto Mall to give $1500 to the winning school with the most votes.  The winning school’s football team will also get to meet former NFL star and Elk Grove area football legend Lance Briggs.  To win, simply vote for your Sheldon Huskies at LiveAtTheGame.com   Voting on Fridays counts twice.  Voting starts Friday, October 7th and runs through October 29th.  Remember to tune in Fridays with your Sheldon reporter Jake Hargis as he brings you live updates, photos, and videos from the game.  GO HUSKIES!!   (Duncan 10/12)

 

Track CONDITIONING starts next Monday, October 10th at 3:30 pm in the stadium.  (Aguilar 10/10)

 

Attention La Raza Members! We will be having a meeting after school on Thursday October 13th in Ms. Rocha’s classroom E008.  Please show up on time.  Gracias!  (Cortez 10/13)

 

Class and College News

Attention Senior Huskies on the Senior Payment Plan.  Your Senior Payment is due October 3rd  – 7th.  This payment is for your Sober Grad Ticket.  The price is  $80  Pay at the Senior Window before or after school. Avoid the $5 late payment penalty and pay today.   (Weaver 10/7)

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SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Thursday, October 6, 2016

 

Today’s Thought

 

Success is simple. Do what's right, the right way, at the right time. – Arnold H. Glasow
 

Today’s news

 

Calling all Gentlemen! Our meeting this week will be AFTER SCHOOL TODAY.  Meet in room C001 at 12:15. Bring a tie if you want to learn how to tie a new knot.  (McMorris 10/6)

 

Hey Huskies, do you want to win your high school athletic department $1500??  Live at the Game, a company devoted to bringing the communities of Sacramento and Elk Grove the buzz and atmosphere of high school football is holding a contest in partnership with the Elk Grove Auto Mall to give $1500 to the winning school with the most votes.  The winning school’s football team will also get to meet former NFL star and Elk Grove area football legend Lance Briggs.  To win, simply vote for your Sheldon Huskies at LiveAtTheGame.com   Voting on Fridays counts twice.  Voting starts Friday, October 7th and runs through October 29th.  Remember to tune in Fridays with your Sheldon reporter Jake Hargis as he brings you live updates, photos, and videos from the game.  GO HUSKIES!!   (Duncan 10/12)

 

Track CONDITIONING starts next Monday, October 10th at 3:30 pm in the stadium.  (Aguilar 10/10)

 

Attention La Raza Members! We will be having a meeting after school on Thursday October 13th in Ms. Rocha’s classroom E008.  Please show up on time.  Gracias!  (Cortez 10/13)

 

Class and College News

 

Attention Senior Huskies on the Senior Payment Plan.  Your Senior Payment is due October 3rd  – 7th.  This payment is for your Sober Grad Ticket.  The price is  $80  Pay at the Senior Window before or after school. Avoid the $5 late payment penalty and pay today.   (Weaver 10/7)

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Wednesday, October 5, 2016

 

Today’s Thought

 

When angry count to ten before you speak. If very angry, count to one hundred. – Thomas Jefferson
 

Today’s news

 

Cafeteria News:  We will be doing Flashback Fridays every Friday in October.  Any student who purchases a meal (including free lunch students) on Friday will receive a free wrapped elementary size Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookie – just like they had in grade school.  Come enjoy a fun treat!!  (Cafeteria 10/5)

 

Calling all Gentlemen! Our meeting this week will be AFTER SCHOOL Thursday.  Meet in room C001 at 12:15. Bring a tie if you want to learn how to tie a new knot.  (McMorris 10/6)

 

Attention ALL talented people.  Talent Show 2016 is coming up in November and auditions will be this month.  Start getting your acts together NOW.  We are looking for singers, dancers, bands, comedians, poets…basically anyone with a talent to share with the Sheldon community.  Start getting your act together and stay tuned for audition dates and times.  Talent Show Auditions will be held on October 13 and 14.  Applications are out now in the AO or in room R007.  (Mamou 10/5)

 

Hey Huskies, SHELDON hats are finally available! You can purchase them when you stop by the student store! The colors are black & tan so please check them out! The prices are $20 with ASB and $23 without!  (Mamou 10/5)

 

“Attention EQUITAS Academy members, our monthly meeting is TODAY, October 5th in room 303 at 3:15.”  (Flaherty 10/5)

 

Hey Huskies, do you want to win your high school athletic department $1500??  Live at the Game, a company devoted to bringing the communities of Sacramento and Elk Grove the buzz and atmosphere of high school football is holding a contest in partnership with the Elk Grove Auto Mall to give $1500 to the winning school with the most votes.  The winning school’s football team will also get to meet former NFL star and Elk Grove area football legend Lance Briggs.  To win, simply vote for your Sheldon Huskies at LiveAtTheGame.com   Voting on Fridays counts twice.  Voting starts Friday, October 7th and runs through October 29th.  Remember to tune in Fridays with your Sheldon reporter Jake Hargis as he brings you live updates, photos, and videos from the game.  GO HUSKIES!!   (Duncan 10/12)

 

Attention La Raza Members! We will be having a meeting after school on Thursday October 13th in Ms. Rocha’s classroom E008.  Please show up on time.  Gracias!  (Cortez 10/13)

 

Class and College News

 

Sheldon will host the EGUSD District-Wide College and Career Fair TODAY, October 5th.  The event will run from 6:30 – 8:00 in the Main Gym and Cafeteria.  Students and parents, this is a great way to explore college and career options, with over 70 college, military, career and business organizations in attendance.  Don’t miss this once a year event!

 

Seniors and parents: in addition we will host a Free “Cash For College” Workshop in the Library from 6:00 – 8:00, on Wednesday.  Trained volunteers will be on hand to help you complete the FAFSA or California Dream Application.  This is the first step in securing financial aid for college.  Check your Loopmail, or visit the student section on https://www.cash4college.csac.ca.gov/  for a list of information needed to complete the form.   (McCabe 10/5)

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Homecoming is approaching... October 22nd at 7pm!! 

Buy your homecoming ticket now at the student store window for $10 w/ASB and $15 w/o

                 Don't miss out on a great night and buy your ticket ASAP!!! 

 

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Published: 10/5/16

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SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Tuesday, October 4, 201