Brahma Briefing

Week Eleven - October 19 - 23, 2020

Welcome to Week Eleven!

Hello Brahma Parents & Guardians,

Welcome to Week Eleven, October 19 - 23, 2020.

At this point in the year, there are less than 8 weeks of instruction remaining in the first semester. Academic discipline and focus on assignments are vital. Time to complete assignments becomes more challenging as the instructional days lessen. I want to encourage all students to push now and keep up the hard work!

This week is Digital Citizenship Week! We are excited to highlight important videos that will be posted on our student's Grade Level Google Classrooms:

  • Monday - Teen Voices: Who are you on Social Media?
  • Tuesday - Is the Internet making you meaner?
  • Wednesday - Screen Time: How much is too much?
  • Thursday - Teen Voices: Hate Speech Online
  • Friday - Civil Discourse Online

These videos are provided from

Best Regards,

Reuben Jones


DBHS Distance Learning Resources

Important May 2021 AP Exam Information

Hello Parents and Guardians,

Please click HERE for important changes to College Board's Advanced Placement (AP) testing for the 2020-2021 school year.


  • 2021 AP Testing is scheduled for May 3 – May 14; late testing May 18 – May 21.
  • Students set up/log in to their College Board account and register
  • Students must use their personal emails
  • Students should also use their legal name
  • Students register for AP tests through AP Classroom
  • There will be no cancellation fee . . . register!
  • All tests can be purchased HERE
  • Fall Exam payments due October 30, 2020 . . . Next Friday!

If you have further questions or concerns, feel free to contact:

Jennifer Burns

Math/Science Department Chair

AP Coordinator

Diamond Bar High School

909-594-1405 ext. 33424/33602

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October Senior Bulletin #2

Find out more information on UC/CSU/Private Schools and Financial Aide/Scholarships from our GLC's October Senior Bulletin #2.

Collegewise is a free series of college planning programs and resources, carefully structured to give students and parents the tips, tools, and timelines they need to reach their college goals.

Collegeboard SENIOR Scholarships

Students and parents: We encourage seniors to sign up for the College Board Opportunity Scholarships program and start earning chances at scholarships. Students and parents can also take advantage of these resources this fall:

  • Visit Collegeboard's Class of 2021 page for college planning resources in response to covid-19 to help your senior stay on track for college.

We encourage seniors to get ahead on the FAFSA® by visiting to sign up early for Wyatt℠, a free FAFSA assistance chatbot that answers their questions by text.

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Congratulations to our 2021 Executive Board!

These student officers will take their positions second semester. One of their first tasks will be to assist with selecting the commissioners for the 2021 United Student Body!

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Join Our DBHS Girls' League Breast Cancer Awareness 5k Fundraiser!

The Girls' League Breast Cancer fundraiser is underway, and thus far we have raised over $800.

It is $10 to enter, and running, walking, or biking is optional. We just need your support!

We know these are trying times, but the fight against breast cancer goes on, and we are committed to being part of the cure.

Please join us in fighting breast cancer. Thank you for your generosity and support.



Treat a friend or yourself to a care package and make a contribution to DBHS at the same time!

After purchasing your package from the DBHS Webstore you will browse through our many options on the form and customize a care package that you or your friends will love.

*Currently there are 5 options to choose from including The Birthday Box, Arts and Crafts Box, Pamper Me Package, Missing You Box and the Boredom Buster Box. Quantities are limited! Get yours while supplies last.

Each Bundle is only $20 and all transaction fees are included.

Happy shopping! ~USB 2020 :)

Our Drama Department will present our Fall Production: "Get A Clue" – A Murder Mystery Experience" on Friday, October 23 and Saturday, October 24 at 7 p.m.

The show is inspired by the popular board game and movie, with a colorful cast of characters including Lady Raven, Colonel Dijan, Professor Magenta, Mrs. Frost, Miss Rose, Mr. and Mrs. Emerald, Mrs. Cerulean, and Ms. Marigold R.N.

The show begins with eight guests arriving at a dinner party hosted by a stranger who reveals he has been blackmailing all of them. When a series of murders take place, the guests become suspects and must work together to solve the crime.

Tickets for the virtual production are $15 (1-2 viewers) and $25 (3+ viewers) and are available at

**Only One Device will be able to access the show Per Ticket!​**

DBHS Performing Arts Director Mr. Acciani Answers Music Questions From Students

NCAA Eligibility Center

NCAA Eligibility Center

Attention Senior Student-Athletes:

If you plan on participating in college-level athletics at the NCAA Division I or II levels and are in contact with college coaches, you must be certified as an eligible athlete by the NCAA ELIGIBILITY CENTER.

*Register online at

Mr. Patterson, our NCAA GLC, will be notified by the Eligibility Center once you have registered. At that time, your transcript will be sent to the Eligibility Center by Mr. Patterson. Only students in the Class of 2021 should register at this time.



WVUSD is currently working on an action plan for student-athletes to return to campus in phases, following LA County/NFHS/CIF/State guidelines to ensure the safety of your child and family. Implementing this plan is based on our current COVID situation and LA County Health Department.


In preparation for the possibility of athletics to commence, please ensure your child is athletically cleared. Student-athletes that are not cleared will not be able to participate in athletics. Specific athletic instruction can be found HERE.

WVUSD Nutrition Services Continues Meal Services Mon - Fri 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Click HERE to read the answers from last week's FAQ.

Still have questions about Distance Learning?

Please Click HERE to log your question and we will post the answer on the above Frequently Asked Question (FAQ) link.

Stay Healthy & Take Care!

Reuben Jones,