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Dublin High School PFSO Gael Gazette 11-1-2013

Important updates for Dublin High School parents from the Dublin High PFSO. Prior updates available here. Contact the Dublin High PFSO at dublinhighpfso@dublinhighpfso.com.

Dublin High School Events Calendar November 2013

  • 11/1/ NO SCHOOL- Staff Development Day
  • 11/1 End of first quarter
  • 11/1 RAISE YOUR CLASS Gaela, 6:30p.m. Shannon Center
  • 11/4 Athletic Boosters Meeting 7 p.m. Staff Lounge
  • 11/6 Collaboration Day, release time 1:48p.m.
  • 11/8 1st Quarter Report Cards mailed
  • 11/8 Make-up Date for Senior Cap/Gown/Announce
  • 11/11 NO SCHOOL- Veteran’s Day
  • 11/13 ASVAB Career Exploration Test 8a.m.-Noon
  • 11/18 Band Booster Meeting 6:30p.m. Career Center
  • 11/18 PFSO Meeting, 7 p.m. Staff Lounge
  • 11/20 Collaboration Day, release time 1:48p.m.
  • 11/25 – 29 NO SCHOOL Thanksgiving Break
  • 11/30 CSU/UC Application Deadline for Seniors

News from the Counseling Department

Just a reminder that applications for the Alameda County District Attorney’s Academy are due on November 4th. This is a six-month learning and paid work experience for high school students ages 16-18. There will be seminars covering a wide variety of topics in the fields of criminal justice, social justice, law, and the courts. When the school year is over, students are placed in a summer internship related to their interest. For more information and the application, see http://www.alcoda.org.

Seniors- are you unsure about what you should major in during college? We will be giving the “College Major Scorecard” after school on November 5th in the Career Center. This paper inventory matches your likes and dislikes to over 49 college majors, and it only takes 20 minutes to complete!

Signups going on now for ASVAB aptitude test

The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery, the most widely used multiple aptitude test battery in the world, assesses a student’s ability to learn new skills and is a predictor of success in training and education programs.

The ASVAB Career Exploration Program offers more than just a test. It includes an interest-inventory and other activities and resources designed to help students explore the world of work and gain confidence in making career decisions.

Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors can sign up in the Career Center for the ASVAB given on November 13th during 1st-3rd periods. This is a great career/interest inventory for everyone, but is required for any students wanting to enlist in any branch of the military in the future. Scores are not released to the military unless the student specifically requests it. There will be an interpretation of the ASVAB results in December.

Ongoing Fundraiser

Regal movie tickets will be on sale every Friday directly in front of Student Activities at lunch. Ticket prices are $8 per ticket for non-pass-restricted movies. Parents who want to buy tickets in bulk can contact Cyber Stacey at dublinhighpfso@dublinhighpfso.com. Movie ticket sales benefit the Class of 2014.

E-Scrip Renewal

Please remember to visit http://www.escrip.com/ and renew your account to benefit Dublin High PFSO. Each year your Escrip account must be renewed by November 1st in order for the school to receive monies through your Safeway purchases.

Northern California Special Olympics Soccer Competition Coming to DHS

DHS is hosting this very special event for Grades 6-12 on Thursday 11/7 at our very own Gael Stadium. The Opening Ceremony is at 9:30 a.m. followed by games at 10:00 a.m. Come on out to cheer on these inspiring athletes!

Want to Stop Using Alcohol, Tobacco or Marijuana? Need Help?

DHS will be offering free, confidential services to help students who want to reduce or stop their use of alcohol, all types of tobacco products, or marijuana. Interested students —or their parents—can contact counselor Gloria DaSilva for more information (925) 833-3300 x7004 or email her at dasilvagloria@dublin.k12.ca.us Be sure to type “dpride” in the subject line to avoid the spam filter.

Students Recognized for Integrity in Action

The following students were identified by their teachers as having demonstrated the Integrity in Action trait “I Am Responsible”. The PFSO would like to acknowledge these students:

  • Adrian Vargas-Loaiza
  • AJ (Andrew) Montoya
  • Aminah Muhammad
  • Andes Nguyen
  • Carley Reger
  • Daniel Perry
  • Emily Brekke
  • Erial Pree
  • Feng “Steven” Xie
  • Hannah Clingerman
  • Jennifer Lee
  • Joanne Pak
  • Kaila Cortez
  • Kaylee Childers
  • Kimberli Zhong
  • Nadia Park
  • Rachel Wong
  • Steven Wheeler
  • Trenton Torain
  • Zoe Magin
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