Bell Schedule Pilot
As a staff we continually review our bell schedule to best meet the needs of the students and school. In Fall 2013 we adopted a four-day block schedule and the feedback from students and staff has been overwhelmingly positive. However, there are still challenges and we are exploring options to alleviate them next school year. Before we make any decisions we will be changing the class order the weeks of March 13 and March 27.
03/14 – 03/17:
03/28 – 03/31:
All start and end times remain unchanged, only the class order will be different form the normal 2016-2017 schedule. Click here for the Pilot Block Bell Schedule.
Some examples of benefits include balanced weekly instructional minutes among class periods and student athletes will not always miss the same classes in the afternoon
We appreciate our staff and students’ flexibility and openness to continuous improvement. We will evaluate the effectiveness after the trial period is completed.
California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP)
The CAASPP encompasses the online Smarter Balanced Assessment (SBAC) in English-language arts (ELA) and mathematics, and the California Science Test (CAST) pilot, for all 11th graders. Click here to view the MHUSD notice to parent/guardians regarding the CAASPP assessments and the testing window dates.
Ann Sobrato High School’s Sadie Hawkins Dance
Friday, March 24, 2017
7:00 to 10:00 pm
at Gilroy Gardens
$40.00 with and ASB card/ $45.00 without an ASB card
Tickets must be purchased by Thursday, March 23rd at 3:30 pm. Purchased tickets are NON-REFUNDABLE. Ticket required for entry. No tickets sold at the door.
From the ASB Office:
Seniors may begin ordering their 2017 Graduation tickets and preferred parking tickets now in the ASB Office. Graduation tickets are limited to 10 for each graduate; the first five tickets are free and each additional ticket (up to five additional) are $5 each. Additional tickets beyond the limit of 10 may be requested; if there are additional tickets available, they may be purchased on June 6th. Free parking will be available to everyone; Preferred Parking tickets may be purchased for $10. Order forms have been sent out electronically to each Sobrato senior. The deadline to order is graduation tickets and preferred parking tickets is April 21, 2017. Please contact the ASB Offce for more info.
After School Math Help!
Monday-Thursday 3:15 to 4:15 in Room C015
Staffed by a Sobrato math teacher each day. Come and get help in any math subject.
From the Counseling Office:
From the Sobrato Athletics Boosters:
Our next meeting is Monday, March 20th at 6:30 in the Library. Don’t’ miss this opportunity to provide input on the equipment, uniforms and other items your student’s teams need. Fundraising to follow.
Congratulations to the JV Softball team for winning the Circle of Champions Tournament in Salinas this past weekend. They beat Live Oak in the championship game. Way to go girls!
Come out and support your Bulldogs this week.
Don’t forget to buy your ticket to the South Valley Wine Auction, Athletic Boosters biggest fundraiser of the year. Come enjoy an evening of food, wine and fun, while supporting our athletics programs. http://www.southvalleywineauction.org
From the Sobrato Home & School Club:
Please join us for our next meeting on Tuesday, March 21, at 8:15 am in the conference room near the front office. All are welcome, hope to see you there!
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Click on our unique Charity link: https://smile.amazon.com/ch/47-3591962 to sign up your existing Amazon Account. After that, just enter the Amazon site through SmileAmazon and you will be earning money for Sobrato’s Home & School Club. It couldn’t be easier!
From the Sobrato Music Association:
Career Expo Day Presenters:
THANK YOU to the wonderful volunteers from our Morgan Hill community who shared their time, knowledge and expertise with our students during the Second Annual Career Expo last Monday, March 6th!
Aarian Davis – Medical Vets hospital
Alaina Roberts – Business Operations and Planning Coordinator
Albert Escobar – Animal Control
Amer Safadi – Dentist
Amy Jensen – Sakata Seeds/seed manager
Amy Steinberg – Artist
Bernice Aguilera – Social Services for at risk youth
Bev Stenehjem – HR for Mission Bell Cabinetry
Bill Murphy – Wildlife management
Bob Benevento – Sales & Service Lobo Enterprises
Brian Cooper – Rocket scientist
Brian Dady – Field Service Engineer
Brittney Sherman – MH Chamber of Commerce/Member & Community Relations Director
Caitlin Jachimowicz – Lawyer, MH City Council
Casino Fajardo – Construction Management
Cassie Witthaus – Director of low income housing
Christine Taylor – Chiropractor
Christopher Broaddus – Vintner/wine maker
Cinda Meister – Booksmart – business owner
Cristen Bonz – Sakata Seeds
Dan Newquist – R & P Financial Planning
Dani Nelson – Cosmetologist
David de la Cuesta – Small Business Owner
Debbie White – VP, Human Resources and Administration
Dharmendra Modha – IBM Chief Scientist
Dillon Davis – Parks and Recreation
Doug Klaus – Electrical Engineer
Dwight Good – Fire Marshal
Francine Giusti – Sakata Seeds
Gene Guglielmo – Guglielmo Winery / Vintner
Hannah Tool – Financial Journalism
Jacqui Duong – Judge
Janet Burbach – Santa Clara County Farm Bureau
Jason Beach – Chef
Jeff Brandon – MH Police Department and MHUSD SRO
Jenna Spark – Santa Cruz sheriff – deputy
John Anyosa – Program coordinator for youth mentoring
John MacIntosh – Sales Computer Engineer
Julie Willey – Electrical Engineer
Justin Field – Cattle Rancher / Auctioneer
Karen Stoneham – Artist
Kathy Kinney – Insurance Agent/Owner
Kathy Sullivan – Nurse
Kimberly Beare – Communications
Klein Nguyen – Coaching, presentation, building partnerships
Kylie Carreras – Home Health Case Manager
Lesley Miles and Charles Weston – Architect
Linda Zimmer – Coldwell Banker / Real estate
Marc Mullen – Water industry
Maria Mancias – Elementary school teacher
Mario Banuelos – SJ City planning
Marty Cheek – Morgan Hill Life / Newspaper Editor
Matt Van Dyke – Homeland Security FBI
Michael Aliamus – Communications Engineer
Mike Fisher – Facilities Manager
Natalie Prcevski – Solutions Engineer Manager
Nicole Yates – Police dispatch
Patti Ansuini – Author
Pete Solomon – Construction Foreman
Peter Anderson – Principal Engineering Geologist
Phong Do – Deputy Public Defender
Rob Witthaus – Field Biologist
Ryan Witthaus – Field Biologist
Sgt Bryan Winterstein – USAF/ Cryogenics
Sally Miller – State of California, Dept of Food and Ag
Sean Knudsen – Firmware Engineer/Nevro
Staff Sergeant Blas – Marine Corp
Steven Rhoads – Senior Firmware Engineer
Tim Paulus – The Ford Store
Upcoming Parent/Community Meetings:
Grad Night Committee – Tuesday, March 14, 7:00 pm in the Admin Conference Room
Sobrato Music Association – Monday, March 20 6:00 pm in the Band Room
Athletics Boosters – Monday, March 20 6:30 pm in the library
Home & School Club – Tuesday, March 21 8:15 am in the Admin Conference Room
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