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1.    Seniors!  There will be a trip to East Los Angeles College on April 24, 2019.  This trip is for seniors who are planning to attend in the fall.  If interested sign up with Mr. Maletz in the College Center. (Mr. Maletz, 3/11-3/15)

 


2.    Listen up seniors:  If you wanted to order class rings or buy your cap & gown.  Herff Jones will be on campus on Tuesday, March 12th during lunch in the first floor lobby.  Don’t miss your chance to order!  (Mrs. Marks, 3/8-3/19)

3.    Seniors, we have the results of your Prom Court vote.  The following seniors are the nominees for Prom King & Queen:  
    For King: Adrian Hernandez, Ricardo Martinez, John McCullough, and Alexander Naves.
    For Queen: Juny Ardon, Alejandra Calvo, Yuliana, and Prescilla Rodriguez
Congratulations!  Please make sure you attend a meeting in Mrs. Marks room, March 14th, during lunch.   (Mrs. Marks, 3/14)

4.    Parent Conferences will take place next Wednesday and Thursday.  Be sure to get your Parent Conference Flyer to take home to your parent.  Period 2 teachers will have flyers to pass out beginning Thursday, 3/14/2019.   (Ms. Starling 3/4-3/13)

5.    Attention 9th graders:  Would you be interested in a 10th grade literature class that offers the best of English and Science, plus Media Studies?  Then come to an informational meeting next Thursday, March 14th in room 303 for details!  See Ms. Amrhein  (Ms. Amrhein 3/8-3/13)

6.    Bravo seniors!  If you would like your baby pictures in the yearbook, please take an original copy of your picture to Ms. Santana’s classroom in room 322 during BIC and break.  The cost for this would be $5.  Don’t miss out before it’s too late due to our limited number of spots.  Deadline is March 20th.(Mrs. Santana 3/6-3/20)

7.    Seniors, picture this you’re walking through a forest.  The setting sun shines upon you.  Orchids blossoming all around you.  Your crush invites you to dance.  Is this really happening?  Is this a dream?  No, it’s Prom 2019, “The Enchanted Forest”.
   Ticket sales will be in the student store starting:
•    March 4-8 $120;
•    March 11-18 for $125;
•    March 18-22 $130.
Guest passes will be available in the student store, main office, or Mrs. Marks in room 103.  There will be no refunds or exchanges.  Prom will be held at the Annex in Hollywood from 7:00 p.m.-    Midnight.  Watch the magic unfold on April 6th, 2019. (Ms. Marks, 3/04-3/22)

8.    Staff & Students:  Library will be closed during SBAC Testing
•    March 18-March 22Science (grade 11& 12)
•    March 25-March 29English
•    April 1-April 5   Make-Ups (Eng./Math)
•    May 20-May 24 Math (Includes Make-Ups)
 (Mr. Martinez/Mrs. Ramos)

9.    Attention all students interested in joining Vital Signs!  Please come to an informational meeting on Monday, March 18, 2019 at lunch in room 312.  You too can be part of Bravo’s Journalism Program.  See you there! (Mr. Rodriguez, 3/12-3/18)

10.    Are you interested in movies, television, or animation?  If so, please join Bravo’s Film Program.  An informational meeting will be held at lunch on Tuesday, March 19, 2019 in room 312.  See you there!  (Mr. Rodriguez, 3/12-3/18)

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Posted by: Michael Sinclair
Published: 8/17/18




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1. Start your summer off on the right foot… volunteer! A volunteer opportunity that counts for your community service hours is available here at Bravo on Saturday, June 16. The Bravo Alumni Association is holding their 2nd Annual Reunion and would appreciate having Bravo students help at the event. Please come to the Magnet Office to sign up and for more information. (Mrs. Dypiangco, 6/1 – 6/8)

2. Tuesday during lunch, at Ms. Faloppa’s room, Red Cross Club members please pick up your shirts! (Mrs. White-Holloman, 6/5)

3. Attention Juniors intending to enroll in AP English Literature next year. The summer assignment is available. Come pick it up in room 310 this week. (Mr. Marks, 6/4 -6/7)

4. Join AP Environmental Science for their first Annual Supply Drive and Locker Clean-Up on June 7th during first period. Although not mandatory, we encourage all teachers and students to participate. We’ll be collecting school supplies you no longer need, which will then be redistributed and reused by future students. Any unwanted classwork and homework can be recycled in the designated bins throughout the hallways. Please take your materials to our student-run collection stations for a chance tp win a special prize! (Ms. Ericksen, 6/1 – 6/7)

5. If you missed Cross Country tryouts, you can still try-out on Tuesday and Wednesday, Jun e 12th and 13th from 3 – 5 p.m. in the park. Remember – you need a cleared physical from the nurse and an emergency card. (Mr. Russell, 5/30 – 6/7)

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Posted by: Michael Sinclair
Published: 4/3/18




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1. Tutoring, Continues to be offered every Monday and Wednesday in Math, English, Biology and Chemistry from 3:15 – 5:15 p.m. Once you enter tutoring you must remain for the full 2 hours. Please take advantage of this valuable resource. Tutoring will end May 2, 2018. (Mrs. Williams-Wakasa, 3/7 – 4/18)

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Posted by: Michael Sinclair
Published: 12/4/17