Daily Bulletin

October 30th, 2014

Thursday

 

Today in History: 1735 - John Adams, the second President of the United States, was born in Braintree, MA. His son became the sixth President of the U.S. 

Top of the News:       

  • Hey Sophomores! Come to the little gym today at lunch to be a part of the evolution of Dance in the big game rally. Show your crusher spirit! (Housley 10/30)
  • Today is the last day that Haunted House will be open. Don’t miss it! (Davis 10/30)
  • There will be a Generation Forward meeting today, in Mr. Auld’s room S-7, during lunch. There will be pizza! (Auld 10/30)
  • The University of Puget Sound, in Tacoma Washington will be here on campus today during 4th period. (Watkins 10/30)
  • Do you have a cool costume? Want to win prizes? This Friday at lunch in the quad, show up in your best Halloween disguise and compete. There are three categories: “Best Impersonation”—come as one of your teachers, a famous politician, a historical figure or other recognizable person, “Funniest”—be something that is creative and makes us laugh (or at least chuckle), and “Scariest,” of course—show us your creepiest, most frighteningly monstrous creation. One of the three winners will be named Best Costume and receive a Big Game sweatshirt! Each winner will receive a prize. Groups may compete, but must split the prize. You may compete in more than one category – And, faculty and staff, we will have a special competition for Best Costume just for you—prize is bragging rights! (Davis 10/30)
  • Hey Crushers! Big Game week is coming up soon and in order to get everyone prepared, we are giving you the theme for each Big Game dress up day so you can start planning your spirited outfit! On Monday, November 3rd get ready to show your favorite team pride by wearing athletic clothes or a sports jersey from your favorite team!  On Tuesday, November 4th show your happiest crusher spirit! That's right! Disney Day! Wear anything from Disney clothing to mouse ears! Make your spirit as magical as possible! (Housley 10/31)
  • The last day to buy the VC Superpunch is next Friday, Nov. 7th!  Superpunch saves you $3 for Big Game football this year, discounts on spirit wear, dances and you get the VC yearbook with it!  Don’t miss out on the best deal ever!!!!  Buy it in the Activities Office now. (Housley 10/31)
  • The local scholarship application will be available for all seniors starting Monday, November 3rd. You can find the scholarship application on the VHS website under the Senior Section. ALL seniors are encouraged to apply for these scholarships. Its money that can help you at the Community college, trade school, or 4- year university, come see Ms. Watkins if you have any questions. (Ms. Watkins 10/31)
  • All ladies interested in playing softball this spring for Vintage, there is an informational meeting on Monday, November 3rd in room E-9 at lunch. We will be discussing pre-season conditioning. See Mr. Neal if there are any questions. (Neal 10/31)
  • JV Baseball players--There will be an informational meeting on Nov. 12th in room E4 during lunch.  Anybody interested in being part of the team needs to attend.  Questions?  See Mr. Anderson in room E4. (Anderson 11/3)
  • Attention Crushers! Big Game Football is almost here. Come out and cheer out football players as they take on the cross town rival Napa High School. It is a Napa High School Home Game – so you must have a ticket to enter the stadium. Stop by the activities office and get yours today. Don’t miss out. Superpunch price is $3, without a supperpunch it is $6. The activities office is open before school, break, lunch and afterschool. Go Crushers! (Neal 11/3)

Don’t Forget!:

  • It’s Sock it to Napa time! Show your support for our US troops and donate $5 OR buy boot socks and bring them to the Activities Office going on now through Big Game Week, Nov. 3rd-7th.  Look for the boot to put your donations in.  We’ve won the golden boot 4 times to Napa’s one.  Let’s not give them the Big Game win or the Golden Boot! (Housley 10/29)
  • “About 842 million people in the world do not eat enough to be healthy. That means that one in every eight people on Earth goes to bed hungry each night” Be a part of our We Scare Hunger Campaign!  Help our local Napa Food Bank and bring canned foods to your 4th period class from now until Halloween.  The class who collects the most cans wins a donut party! (Housley 10/29)
  • Attention Senior Girls: The AAUW is having their Eleanor Stem-Allen Memorial Speech Contest. If you would like more information and details about the writing prompt see Mrs. Gonzalez in the counseling office. (Gonzalez 10/29)
  • Anyone interested in the nursing profession, we will have a Registered Nurse: guest speaker on campus Friday in the little theater during 4th period. Come sign up in the college and career center if you want to attend. (Watkins 10/29)
  • Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, and Straight. We are all part of the same Spectrum of humanity. Looking for a place to fit in? Need a place to hang out? Need a club that will shine on a college application? Just want to make a difference? Then come join Spectrum Tuesdays at lunch in room HM-4. (Van Deusen 10/28)

Happy Birthday to You:                                                  

  • Garrret Chavez, Danddy De Haro, Christian Ledesma, Nayeli Padilla, Brandon Paniagua, Giovanni Ruiz, & Adrian Saldivar

Sports Schedule for Today:

  • Frosh Football vs. Napa, Memorial Stadium, 6:00pm (BIG GAME)
  • Volleyball @ Rodriguez, 3:45/4:45pm (no frosh)
  • Girls Tennis hosts MEL Doubles Championships, NVTA Courts, 9:00am
  • MEL Singles Tennis - Championship Match, NVTA Courts, 10:00am

 

 

 

 

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