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Morning Meeting 10-17-2016 Monday

Larry Dang, All School Secretary

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College Counseling – Tania

  • Any student interested in Cornell, we have an alumni interviewer who will hold an info session this Wednesday at 4 pm at the dimond public library
  • Grades 9-11 – we have drop in hours at lunch Thursday
  • Drew, Lewis and Clark, Lee high, brown, boulder, Minerva schools, Bart, Princeton, and Tulane

Blakeley – Sports

  • Softball – if you plan to play softball, see me
  • I want winter athletes to remember the season starts November 7th
  • 3 home volleyball
    • Tuesday redwood Christian
    • Thursday big match v st. joes to determine league
    • Friday varsity at 4 pm v. cps and honoring volleyball seniors
    • Congrats to jv volleyball for finishing 2nd in tournament
  • Jv soccer home game Friday v redwood Christian
  • Varsity soccer game has a game Wednesday

Elections – Ms. McKenna and Women’s Affinity Group (WAG) and MS simulation

  • Video about the election
  • There are lots of good reasons to vote
  • WAG talking about the election today at lunch in the institute
  • MS will have candidates say stuff on fake platforms – it’s a simulation

Dr. Bradley – More Elections Stuff

  • The history department has been working on a bunch of activities about the election
    • Starts Monday, October 31st
  • Will have brown bag lunches to talk about the election
  • Trying to encourage you to get deeply informed about this weird election
  • Will look at the biographies of our two top candidates

Simone Stevens – If You Want to Vote

  • Juniors and seniors, if you are interested in voting but are not registered to vote, you can come see me
  • I got registered to register people to vote
  • Talk to me or email me at

Henry Yeary – StuCo 9th grade elections

  • Stuco has been meeting for a couple weeks now and we don’t have any 9th graders
  • I encourage all the 9th graders who are thinking about running for a rep position to please run
  • Good way to meet people and help organize events
  • We meet Thursday lunch in the oval office in 407
  • Naoko – if you’re interested in running, come tomorrow to the 9th grade stucco meeting at lunch (Tuesday)

Flu Shots – Wednesday

  • The school will be offering free flu shots Wednesday
  • You go online to either your grade level portal or the US bulletin and download a shoo the flu permission slip (need a parent to sign if you’re under 18), and bring this to the room across from 210 on Wednesday at break, and then you can get a flu shot

Still need more world language tutors in Spanish and French

  • Contact Dr. Lisowski if you’re interested

No Food Delivery

  • We have had a stream of food deliveries to campus, and this is inconvenient
    • It brings additional confused drivers to campus
    • We have a café and you can bring your own food
  • Please don’t have food delivered here on campus

Black Student Union (BSU) – A bunch of the people in BSU

  • There are more people in BSU than just the people that introduced themselves in the announcement
  • We made a poster, and the names in the background are the names of many unarmed black people that were killed and it also includes the names of cities that are prominent
    • To display about Black Lives Matter
  • Linking arms to show bringing the community together
    • Decided against Collin Kaepernick kneeling down cos it was very controversial and we didn’t want people to ignore the message of the poster just cos of Collin Kaepernick
    • The Seattle Seahawks linked arms in response to Collin Kaepernick, and we thought that was a good symbol to use
  • Black Lives Matter started in Oakland
    • We showed this at the all school fair cos the theme was Oakland
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Morning Meeting 10-17-2016 Monday