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Today in History:  1993 - Janet Reno was appointed to the position of attorney general by U.S. President Clinton. She was the first female to hold the position. 


      Top of the News:                                             

  • Tonight: Boys Basketball @ Napa High, JV at 5:30, Varsity at 7:00. Our theme is "classy attire - blackout and bow-ties."  Wear as much black clothing as possible and add a bow-tie for good measure. (Neal 2/11)


  • Tomorrow, Friday, 2/12: Girls Basketball vs. Napa High, Crusher Gym, JV at 5:30, Varsity at 7:00. Our theme is "patriotic attire - red, white and blue." It's time to celebrate America and Crusher Nation as we cheer our girls on to victory. (Neal 2/11)


  • Saturday, 2/13: Good luck to our Varsity Wrestlers as they will be at Rodriguez High School for the MEL Championships. Also, a big shoutout to Alyvia Fiske - she's undefeated at 31-0 for the season and ranked #1 in the state.  She will be joined by Kelly Swanson, Faith Stokes and Hope Stokes at the Girls Master's Tourney next weekend (February 19 & 20). (Neal 2/11)


  • The last day to purchase a senior page in the yearbook is February 15th. See Mr. Rutherford if you have any questions. (Rutherford 2/11)


  • Disneyland Trip Announcement: Seniors! Your February Senior Trip payment is DUE NOW! Please make your payment in Activities! All final balances are due by March 11th - you must pay your balance in full by this date in order to go on the trip. (Housley 2/11)


  • Attention 9th, 10th and 11th graders:  Make sure you bring your Course Request Card to school each day this week and talk to your teachers about classes to take for next year. All course cards must be completed and turned in to the counselors NEXT week!  10th graders on TUESDAY, Feb 16; 9th graders on Wednesday, Feb 17th and 11th graders on Thursday, Feb. 18th.  (Brainerd 2/11)


  • What’s up Juniors and Seniors! Want o win a prom ticket valued at $70.00? Dance on over the stage at milk break to enter a drawing. You have until Thursday the 11th to enter. The winning ticket will be drawn at the boys Varsity Basketball game halt time on the 12th. Good luck! (2/11)


  • Attention Seniors! Stop by the counseling office to check the spelling of your name. This is very important as it is what will be printed on your diploma! (McMurray 2/11)


  • Hey Crushers!  Help save a life and get a free t-shirt- sign up for the Blood Drive in the Activities Office.  You only have 2 more days so sign up now!  The blood drive will be in the Practice Gym on Tuesday, February 16th from 8:30 am-1:30 pm.  Sixteen year students need a signed BCP permission slip to donate. (Housley 2/11)
  • Generation Forward will be meeting in Mr. Auld’s room S7, next Tuesday during lunch! There will be pizza! Don’t miss out! ( Auld 2/16)



      Don’t Forget!:                                      

  • Juniors: If you still need to get your PSAT results, please go to the College Career Center and see Ms. Watkins. (Watkins 2/10)


  • Attention 10th graders:  The PSAT 10 will be given on the VHS campus on Saturday, February 27th and will be held in the Little Theater and the Library.  Check in time is 7:30am and will be over by noon.  The cost is $15.00.  Payments are to be made in the Activities office, cash or check only.  The last day to sign up is February 23rd.  We have ordered 200 exams, so these exams are being sold on a first come first served basis. (Aitchison 2/8)*


  • If you have signed up to take an AP exam, your balance MUST be paid in full by March 4th at the Activities office – cash or check only. (Aitchison 2/8)*


  • This year, living near Napa Premium Outlets, a Simon center, could help a graduating senior pay for college. Simon Youth Foundation, a national nonprofit that provides educational opportunities for at-risk high school students, has begun looking for a graduating senior who lives within fifty miles of Napa Premium Outlets. The application period has begun and ends on March 1, 2016. Students can apply online by visiting syf.org/scholarships. (Gonzalez 2/8)


  • A reminder to ALL students: The Activities Office is only open for student business before school, after school and during Milk Break and Lunch. The office is not open for student business during 5th and 6th periods. Please come to Activities to conduct business only during posted times - thank you. (DeLuca 2/8)


  • Hey Crushers, are you feeling paws-itively awful? Stop by the Little Theatre Feb. 22-26 at lunch and go for a walk with the K9 comfort dogs. You will get some dog-gone good information. I promise they will make you feel better if you are feeling ruff. You never know, if you attend we may even toss you a bone and provide different snacks throughout the week like pizza, cookies, and donuts. So don’t get left in the doghouse with everyone who doesn’t attend. You will be rolling over with excitement if stop by and see the comfort dogs. So turn and bark at your friend about this excellent opportunity! (Housley 2/5)



      Lunch Special for today:

  • Hot ham & cheese with tomato soup


      Happy Birthday to You:            

  • Sarah Franklin, Richard Hardwick, Gissell Mendez, & Michael Nugent


      Events for today:      

  • Boys Basketball @ Napa High, 5:30/7:00pm (BIG GAME)



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