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1. Attention Students: Bravo will hold its annual Parent College Night on Wednesday, November 14, 2018 from 6 to 8 p.m. in Hernandez Hall.  This is a good time for parents and students to learn about college and university opportunities before the application period ends.  If your family is planning to attend, please stop by the college center and let Mr. Maletz know. (Mr. Maletz 11/9-11/14)


2. Attention Students:  East Los Angeles College will be offering 6 courses here at Bravo after school for the spring semester of 2019.  They are:
•    Communications 101 (Speech)                          
•    Art 201 (Drawing)
•    Psychology 1
•    Health 62
•    Health 64
•    Counseling 1 (Juniors Only)
Sign up in the College Center by November 30.  Classes begin in February 4th.  (Mrs. Marks 11/8-11/16)


3. Attention Students & Staff:  This is a reminder regarding the School Experience Survey!  The Student Survey takes about 5-7 minutes, please take this time to log on to the Bravo Website to take the Survey!  Your voice counts! (Ms. Luna 11/1-12/5)

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)

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)

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

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1. Winter Break Courses: Want to earn five credits in one week?

How? Retake one class during Winter Break.

When? Saturday, 12/16 through Friday, 12/22.

Where? Bravo MMHS.

Time: 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Courses offered: Geometry A, Algebra 2A, Chemistry B, ERWC, and Government (Counseling Office)


2. Celebrate the end of college application season and take a break before finals on December 2 at our annual ice skating fundraiser! It will be at the Pasadena Ice Skating Center from 8 – 10 p.m. for a price of $15. Tickets will be available with any senior Leadership member if interested. (Mrs. Marks, 11/8 – 12/1)


3. If you need to make a change to your 2nd semester schedule, see your counselor for a class change request form. Counselors are available in their offices before or after school, or at their supervision location during break or lunch. (Counseling Office, 11/27 – 12/1)


4. Track try-outs will be this Wednesday, November 29 and Thursday, November 30 after school. Everyone is welcome to try-out, but you must have your physical exam on file with the nurse and bring an emergency card. (Mr. Russell, 11/27 -11/30)


5. Bravo Knights, get ready for the Winter Ball, coming January 26, 2018. Make sure to buy your tickets at the student store, sales start January 8, 2018. The prices are $10 for the first week, $13 for the second week, $15 for the week of the dance and $20 at the door.  (Ms. Hee, 11/30 – 1/26/18)


6. We will be having our multi-cultural show and food fair meeting once we come back from Winter break. To any clubs or groups of students interested in performing to represent our cultural diversity, we urge you to begin practicing as soon as possible! (Ms. Mendoza, 11/30 – 12/15)


7. Attention to all clubs and sports teams. Club minutes are due next Friday, December 8 to room 420. If you have any questions, contact Ms. Mendoza. Remember, if you fail to turn in your club minutes, your club will risk termination. Don’t procrastinate and turn them in by December 8 to room 420. (Ms. Mendoza, 11/30 – 12/8)


8. Seniors: Make sure to finish your required 40 hours of community service before the end of first semester!! You will need this done in order to GRADUATE! (Ms. White-Holloman, 8/31 – 12/15)

Posted by: Michael Sinclair
Published: 10/3/17