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    Daily Bulletin - FEBRUARY 22, 2019


    Tuesday, February 26, is a minimum day. School will be dismissed at 12:20 p.m. (Front Office)


    March 7 is the Spring Blood Drive which will take place in the dance room 8:00 AM- 1:00 PM! Students, parents, and teachers are all allowed to donate. If you are 16 and 17 you must fill out a permission slip. Permission slips are outside of room 114. (Dautel)


    The application window for the Student Recognition Project is now closed. If you applied, now is the time to rehearse and/or put the finishing touches on your entry/entries. All submissions are due no later than March 1st at 9am. Please see your category's directions for submission instructions.

    If you signed up to participate in a live judging category, please make sure to sign up for a judging spot as soon as possible.

    Dance, Instrumental Music, Instrumental Music-Piano, Drama, Culinary Arts and Hospitality, and Vocal Music: Sign-ups close on February 24th.

    Engineering, Entrepreneurship, and Leadership: Sign-ups close on February 28th.We look forward to seeing your entries! (Hawkins)


    Feb 27: 9th/10th Grade Student and Parent Info Night –CHS, 6 pm

    All CURRENT 9th and 10th graders and their parents are invited to this informational evening. We will be covering courses for the 2019-2020 school year, AP/Honors courses, Naviance, and more. There will also be an electives fair in the Commons from 5:00-6:00 –come by if you’re interested in learning more about the electives offered on campus. (Bellini)


    March 5: Middle School Student and Parent Info Night –CHS Event Center, 5:30 pm

    We are excited to welcome the Cal High class of 2023! All incoming 9th graders and their parents are invited to our Middle School info night to learn more about class registration for 9th grade and all the exciting things they have to look forward to as a Cal High Grizzly. (Bellini)


    Attention all students who are planning to take one or more AP tests in May: AP tests are on sale on the Cal High Web Store for $110. They will be available for purchase through March 1st.  (Hertz)


    Raspberry Pi Birthday Jam is for middle and high school student – Friday, March 1st, 4:30-8:00 in the Cal High Library. The Raspberry Pi is a powerful, yet inexpensive, micro-computer that is the perfect tool for an introduction to hardware and physical computing. At this event, we will work hands-on with various sensors, LEDs, and other components, and use programming to control our circuits.  This event will challenge students to learn more about the Raspberry Pi, and will give students an opportunity to show how versatile and powerful it can be. We will focus on digital making projects and challenges in order to expose students to this growing field in computer science.  (Raser)



    Congratulations to the mock trial team for successfully defending its Contra Costa County championship. The team beat Alhambra in a re-match of last year's finals and now advances to the 38th annual Mock Trial State Finals next month in Sacramento. (Barr)


    Physics Enthusiasts (and people who seek to improve their college apps),Congrats to all that took the F= MA contest! Those results should be available this week. It is time for another easier (and more fun) physics test called the PhysicsBowl.  For those of you unfamiliar: Each year, approximately 10,000 students take a 40-question, 45-minute timed, multiple-choice test under their school’s supervision. The 2019 exam will be given between March 27 and April 12, 2019. Exam questions are based on topics and concepts covered in a typical high school physics course. This exam has topics ranging from Newtonian physics to electricity and magnetism. DON’T FEAR. Some questions will be different based on whether it is your first year in a physics class or not!!! For division 1 (first-year students) the electricity and magnetism questions tend to be theory-based rather than calculations.  Therefore, a comprehensive overview of those topics will be very helpful. For division 2(students with more physics experience) the non-Newtonian questions are more complex and tend to have more calculations. For both divisions, from our experience, the key is conceptual understanding.  These tests assume you have only high school physics knowledge but are able to apply Newton’s Laws or E&M laws to different situations so the time limit is not as bad as it looks. If you would like the opportunity to win prizes for yourself or help win Glory for Cal, Sign up!! The test will be on a day between March 27th and April 12th (based on when it is most convenient for the people signing up) after school. Sign up in T5, the registration cost is $6.00. The deadline is Monday, February 25st. (Sater)



    About Our School

    About Us

    California High School is a comprehensive, National Blue Ribbon, fully WASC-accredited 9-12 public school of more than 2000 students, serving the rapidly growing community of San Ramon. Cal High is undergoing major construction (Measure A) to appropriately serve its rapidly growing student population.