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Student locker cleanout was on June 6th. All remaining items will be removed on Tuesday, June 11th. There will be no lost and found. Locker combinations will be reset this week.
If you are moving this summer and your student will no longer be attending Sobrato, please contact our Registrar (408-201-6228 or BellucciH@mhusd.org) to begin the withdrawal process. Accurate enrollment is a critical factor in our staffing allocation and impacts the design of the master schedule. Changes in enrollment during the summer may influence which courses we are able to offer students.
School ID/yearbook photos will be taken at Orientation:
You may pre-order photos at gsp-photos.com
(As seen in e-newsletters 10/29/18 & 3/6/19) Did You Know? Not only is a 2.0 GPA required for participation in the athletics program, but students must have completed the following minimum credits prior to the beginning of a semester to be eligible. This information can also be found on page 13 of the Student Handbook. Unsure if your child is eligible? Contact Athletic Director Lawrence Crawford (408-201-6240 or CrawfordL@mhusd.org).
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Note: Any aspiring student-athlete working on credit recovery classes this summer must be completed with their courses by July 18 for the credits to count toward Fall sports eligibility.
SEMI High Tech U
SEMI High Tech U is a FREE three-day high-tech career exploration program for high school students. Participants interact with hands-on math- and science-based activities and work in teams to solve real-world problems. A summer session will be held July 9-11 at SEMICON West, an event for the semiconductor and photovoltaic industries, at Moscone Center in San Francisco. Many Sobrato students have attended the Fall workshops, and this summer offering is a great opportunity for those who prefer not to miss three school days. Applications are due June 20th. Click for info: flyer and registration
Youth Leadership Conference
2019 Gavilan College Youth Leadership Conference – This summit will be held August 1-2 from 9am-4pm and aims to provide students with the skills and knowledge necessary to lead civic engagement, education reform and community organizing activities with a broader perspective on issues that impact their lives as they enter college. Click for info: flyer and registration form.
Gavilan College High Step classes are college classes that are offered on a high school campus. High school students who have a high school GPA of at least 2.0 are eligible to take these 16-week courses and earn college credits that are transferable to most colleges and universities. There is no cost to the student to take these courses and the registration fees are waived. Textbooks will be loaned to students through our library. Students entering grades 9-12 may visit the Sobrato Counseling Office to learn how to apply!
If you anticipate your child will need to take medication, use an inhaler or epipen during the 2019-2020 school year, CEC Section 49423 requires that a new physician authorization form for medication administration be filled out every school year. You may use the form below or one generated by your physician. All medication permission forms must be signed and dated by both the doctor and a parent/guardian. Click here for the form to fill out and return.
On May 29, six seniors signed letters of intent to compete in athletics at the collegiate level: Michele Adam (Seattle University / Soccer), Nathan Arnott (Sonoma State University / Soccer), Max Brown (Willamette University (OR) / Soccer), Emily Harris (Seattle University / Cross Country & Track), Jonathan Sheets (Chapman University / Football), David Sweeney (San Jose State University / Soccer), Gunnar Vereyken (Norwich University (VT) / Football). Congratulations!
Congratulations Emily Harris and Austin Hoang for winning the 2018-19 Senior Athlete of the Year Scholarships!
Click the links below to check out what our FFA students have been up to lately!
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