Daily Bulletin

November 21th, 2014




Today in History: 1620 - The Mayflower reached Provincetown, MA. The ship discharged the Pilgrims at Plymouth, MA, on December 26, 1620. 

Top of the News:   

  • Hey Crushers! Did you earn a 3.33 GPA for the 1st or 2nd progress report? If you are not sure please check the list posted on the bulletin near the activities office. If you did, please come to the table at lunch today during club day for a special treat. (Housley 11/21)
  • Track and Field will be meeting in S-1 today at lunch to discuss winter practices and the upcoming season. (Pruyn 11/21)
  • Angel week is just around the corner!  Sign up to be an angel to one of our fabulous Vintage staff and teachers!  Look out for signups on the quad today at break and lunch.  You can also sign up in Activities before and after school. (Housley 11/21)
  • Be a hero and donate blood! The blood drive is today from 8:15 am-1:15 pm. Please make sure to eat a hearty breakfast. (Housley 11/21)
  • Attention Seniors attending the Disneyland Grad Night trip:  Second $50.00 payment is now due in the Activities Office. For those who did not sign up room is still available first come first serve! (Ortega-Vidal 11/21)
  • Attention Seniors: The 2015 Kaiser Permanente Napa Valley Marathon Scholarship is now available. If you plan on volunteering or have volunteered in the past for the Napa Valley Marathon, make sure to pick up a packet in the counseling office with Mrs. Gonzalez. Applications are due by January 31st and can be worth up to $1000.00. Do not delay. (Gonzalez 11/21)
  • Attention Sophomores and Juniors there is an exciting summer program offered at UC Davis where you will live on campus and conduct research in the biological and natural sciences. If you are interested come see Ms. Watkins in the College and Career Center. (Watkins 11/21)
  • National Honor Society will meet Wednesday, December 3 in E-6 at lunch. (Thomas 12/1)







Don’t Forget!:

  • To all Seniors: The VHS Local Scholarship Program offers a variety of scholarships from Napa businesses, community organizations and individuals.  There are scholarships for students who plan to attend a 4 year college, community college, a trade or specialty school, or a career certification/training program.  There are also scholarships for students who participate in school clubs or activities and/or community or school service. Both the student and the parent must complete an application to be considered for the scholarship program. The scholarship application is now available on the VHS web site. Please follow the application directions carefully. If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Gonzalez or Ms. Watkins in the Counseling Office/Career Center. (Watkins 11/19)

Happy Birthday to You:      

  • Julie Archer, Justin Ellis, Joseph Kneeland, Cole LeTourneau, Daniela Salinas, Edgar Sweeden, & Larry Weber


Sports Scheduled for today:

  • Volleyball @ Davis 7pm – (Section Final)

“Be the Difference, Crushers"