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Daily Bulletin

Thursday, may 23rd

Join us in sending our best Bulldog wishes to Silas Fredeen as he heads into the CIF State Track and Field Championships in the pole vault this Friday and Saturday.  Go Silas!   

Summer Assignments for Honors and AP Classes:  If you are enrolled in an Honors or AP class for English or History next year, please check the THS website for the summer assignment.  All summer assignments are due the first day of school… NO EXCEPTIONS!

A Taste of Italy is a trip in the summer of 2020.  The trip is being put together by Turlock Culinary Art’s Class.  If you would like to have more information please come to our informational meeting on Tuesday at 3pm in the Bulldog Lair.

A representative from the US Naval Academy in Annapolis will be in the Career Center at lunch on Tuesday.  If you would like to hear more about the Naval Academy and/or scholarships available for the Academy, come by the Career Center at lunch!!

May is Mental Health Awareness Month.  Help HOSA collect new coloring books, fidget and other stress relief toys to donate to Monkey Business for Emanuel Children’s Cancer Center.  Bring your donations to Room E1.  Support HOSA by purchasing Phantom Firework vouchers for $10.  Get them today in Room E1. Redeemable at Village Fresh near the fourth of July.


SENIORS! Have you recorded your Commencement Shout Out yet? Say thank you to family, staff, or fellow students. Your video will be shown at graduation on the big screen. See the Activities Office for more information.

Senior Commencement Contracts are due in the Activities office by Friday, May 24th. No contract = no walking in the graduation ceremony. If you don’t plan on walking in the ceremony you must let Lara in Activities know right away!

Seniors, you may now come to the Records counter (across from attendance) and sign for the colleges you want your Final Transcripts to be sent to in June.


Verbal Alliance will be meeting today during lunch in Room L11.

Spikeball Club:  Playing Friday during lunch in the R Wing.


Bulldog Byte

“There are two primary choices in life:  To accept conditions as they exist, or to accept the responsibility for changing them.”  Denis Waitley