Anacapa's Weekly Student Bulletin

Week beginning Monday, March 29, 2021

Hello Islanders,

There are 2 weeks left in Quarter 3. Make sure you are getting your work in, let's finish strong so we can celebrate you at Renaissance!



Period 1 - 9:00

Period 3 - 10:00

Period 5 - 11:30


Period 0 - 8:00

Period 2 - 9:00

Period 4 - 10:00

Period 6 - 11:30


SEL Class - 10:00


Period 1 - 9:00

Period 3 - 10:00

Period 5 - 11:30

Friday - No School


Saturday School

The next Saturday Attendance Academy will be taking place on Saturday, April 17th. Please reach out to Leah Murphy at to sign up.

Yearbooks - Sales happening now Pre-sale Dates: 3/15/21 - 4/13/21

Yearbooks are now for sale. Pre-orders only, you must order your yearbook by April 13th, there will be no extras to sell at the end of school. The yearbooks will be paperback, approximately 40 pages, and will cost $25.00.

Order your yearbook online through the Jostens Site: Josten's Ordering Link

ASB Elections

Interested in running for ASB next year? Go to the ASB section below for more details.

March Art Contest

Congratulations to the March Art Contest Winners:

  • Lily Beck (1st place)
  • Jacqueline Ortiz-Rodriguez (2nd place)
  • Maysa Kennedy (3rd place)​

8th Grade Information

8th Graders - This is for you!


It was great seeing so many families on Saturday! If you did not pick up your yard sign, you are welcome to come by the office this week between 8 and 4.

Buena High Dance Team

If you are attending Buena next year and would like to try out for the dance team, try-outs are happening April 15th - 17th. You will receive PE Credits for being on the dance team. If interested, complete this sign up form: Sign up HERE

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Buena Cheer Team

Buena's Cheer Team will be having tryouts and an informational meeting on April 19th at 6:00pm on Zoom. This meeting is for STUDENTS ONLY. There will be a parent meeting scheduled in the future. Zoom Meeting ID: 838 3648 0487 Zoom Passcode: 524948

Questions: Contact Lauren Lanski at

Virtual Math Tutoring is now available!

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Math Tutoring Links

Click on the links below to access Math Tutoring:

6th Grade Tutoring Zoom Link Meeting ID: 844 0128 7184 Passcode: 626699

7th Grade Tutoring Zoom Link Meeting ID: 846 6881 1944 Passcode: 009389

8th Grade Tutoring Zoom Link Meeting ID: 846 6881 1944 Passcode: 009389

Saturday School Opportunity

Would you like to learn more about the film industry? Consider joining Mr. Margulies Film Criticism class. See the flyer below for more information. You can also email Mr. Margulies for more information:

Click here to sign up

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This week - we would like to share information with you on how to improve picture taking on a Chromebook, as well as a refresher on how to add those in Canvas. See the links below:

Chromebook Photo Tip - Click Me

Adding Images and Video to Canvas Assignments - Click Me

Ms. Morefield's Extra Tip - Photograph your work in daylight, in front of a lamp, or with you facing a window. Lighting matters, and will improve your ability to share your work clearly with your teacher.

Anacapa Clubs

Be sure to click on the link below to check out all of the great clubs happening at Anacapa.We are certain there is something there that you will enjoy!

Anacapa Clubs

Click Here for list of Clubs.


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Click here to see what is happening!


Library Drop-in Times

Ready to check out a book? Don't forget that the LMC is open every Monday from 2 to 5 for you to drop in and pick up a book?

See you soon!

Library Order Form

If you have any questions, please reach out to Mrs. Carr @

Counselor's Corner

Anacapa's Counselors are here for you. Go the the Counselors webpage for information about our Counseling Club, to schedule an appointment with a counselor, and for other helpful information.
Counseling Page

Click here to access the page.

Upcoming Dates

April 1st - Last Day of Quarter 3

April 2 - District Holiday - NO SCHOOL

April 5 - 9 - SPRING BREAK

Anacapa Middle School

The Anacapa School community provides a safe, nurturing, and positive learning environment where students are encouraged to reach their full potential. All students are challenged academically and feel a personal connection to the school. Students are taught to understand the importance of accepting others and to be responsible members of our culturally diverse society. Through example, the Anacapa staff teaches students the positive resolve of maintaining personal integrity. The entire school community takes pride in the reality that, working together, we can succeed and make a difference.