The Daily Bulletin

Wednesday NOVEMBER 20, 2019 “A” day Minimum Day *Out at 12:41PM

Reminder … check the LOST & FOUND before Thanksgiving Break.

RC club for remote control fanatics on Friday, November 22 at lunch in room 24.

Catholic Club on Thursday, November 21 during lunch in Fenton’s classroom room #23.

Art Club has been moved to Thursday at lunch in the art room (room 25).

Argonaut Drama proudly presents their Solo Showcase on Thursday night at 6:30pm in the MPR.  Admission is free with donations gratefully accepted. Come see students compete to attend two regional theater festivals with monologues from classic and contemporary plays.

SENIORS

  • SENIOR QUOTES FOR THE YEARBOOK ARE DUE TO MRS. TALLIA BY 3:11P ON MONDAY 11/25. 
  • Deadline to submit the CSU and UC application is November 30th!  Please see your counselor for any assistance on your application!
  • Apprenticeships are when you learn a trade from a skilled employer but may not require any college training.  It’s a great way to get into a Career after high school.  The best way to find an apprenticeship is at: https://www.dir.ca.gov/databases/das/aigstart.asp  Check it out and ask Ms. Putnam if you want more information.

Congratulations to the Argonaut cross country team for their performance at the Sac-Joaquin Section Finals this past Saturday in Folsom. The freshman and sophomore boys team earned 4 medals. Colton Faist took 7th in his freshman D5 race, while Spenser Schultz took 5th, Ian Rose took 4th, and Keith Upton took 3rd individual finishes in the D5 sophomore race. The Frosh/Soph girls team, consisting of Madelynn Ballard, Rachel Flagg, Lana Bayer, Madison Atwood, and led by captain Peyton Clark took home the silver, finishing second as a team, and Payton took home the gold, claiming the title of Frosh /Soph D5 girls sac Joaquin section champion!  The varsity boys, despite being shorthanded at the end of the season, still placed in the top ten of the section, finishing 9th, led by captain Michael Alcoriza and lead runner Nick White. Finally, on the Varsity girls team, led by Captain Jocelyn Bravo, Anna Rose took home the silver medal and qualified for the state meet for the second year in a row!! Congrats to all the runners for all their hard work this season. Just Run!!

JUNIORS/SENIORS: A representative from the University of Nevada, Reno will be on campus tomorrow Thursday, November 21st at 2pm in the Library.  If you are interested in attending, please obtain a pass from your 8th period teacher on the day of the presentation.  If you have any questions please see your counselor.  

Share the Warmth: Argonaut INTERACT Club is hosting its annual coat drive–there will be boxes to collect new or gently used coats, gloves, beanies and scarves in the school office and library until December 13.

Schedule change forms for next semester will be available in the counseling office beginning Monday, November 25th.  The deadline to submit the Schedule Change form will be Friday, December 13th. Please turn in to Laura. If you have any questions, please put in a request to see your counselor.

Students, are you interested in starting a GSA Club at Argonaut? Genders and Sexualities Alliance Club is a student-initiated and student-run club in a public school or community. The goal of a GSA is to provide a safe, supportive environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning and straight allied youth to meet and discuss sexual orientation and gender identity issues and to work to create a school environment free of discrimination, harassment and intolerance. The first meeting will be held Monday, November 25th at lunch in Mrs. Varni’s room (Room 11).

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