On Monday, April 24 at 7:00pm in the High School Library the PTSA Forum will offer a panel to inform the community on the process of preparing our kids for college.
Our panel will have insightful views on the process of preparing our kids for college. They will inform you on the recent news PCC is granting a tuition free first year for local high school students. The benefits of our internship program for students will be discussed while one of our counselors and two current seniors will explain the process from this year. We hope you can join us and tell a friend!
Please watch the programming powerpoint with a voiceover to review the requirements for SPHS 2017 - 2018 programming and to fully understand the process to select an alternate course. Alternate course selection closes April 28, 2017. (You must select a course from the open course list.) All documents including the course list, revised 4yr plan and powerpoint are located on our counseling page.
SPHS will present Peter Pan at the SPHS Auditorium Friday, April 28 (7 pm), Saturday, April 29 (7 pm) and Sunday April 30 (2 pm). Select this link for ticket information
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society is the largest charity funding research, education, and access to treatments for blood cancer patients across the U.S. and Canada. Over the next four weeks, our school will join 29,000 others across the country in using our size, privilege, and voice to support this community. www.lls.org
IN-CLASS: EVERY 4th period, collect donations in your classroom box and send a student to turn in the day’s donations to the SAC room and bring the box back. Cash, coins, and checks (made out to “Leukemia & Lymphoma Society” with the memo “South Pasadena High School”) are all appreciated!
ONLINE: Anyone with the link can donate via credit card or PayPal, generally or with a specific classroom name (to add to in-class collections) http://events.lls.org/pages/calso/SouthPasadenaHighSchool-2017
The 4th period class that raises the most money in relation to the number of students wins a free Olive Garden lunch. Second and third place classes win other treats. Classes that raise $100+ receive a bronze pennant, $200+ a silver, and $300+ a gold. SCORESHEET: goo.gl/qnrbfF
In one 7-hour school day, 140 people in the U.S. will be diagnosed with a blood cancer and 42 of them will lose their life to the disease. With 1452 students at SPHS, our goal this year is to top $7000, or at least $5 per student. If everyone contributes, this is be beyond doable. Every penny counts.