More March Updates

Mental Health Week March 25-29

We Support Our Students' Socio-Emotional Development

Stress, anxiety, depression, healthy relationships, boundaries, mindfulness...


Our students regularly request assistance with issues related to mental health. In order to better support their socio-emotional development, we've decided to dedicate an entire week to the topic of mental health. We will discuss wellness strategies, introduce students to the resources available on and off campus, and work to stop the stigma surrounding mental health in our school and community.


If you know of a mental health professional or organization that would like to be involved, please send me a message!

Planning for next year: LAVC Oceanography

We are planning to offer LAVC Oceanography during zero period next fall. Zero period starts at 7:00 AM.


Who is eligible?

10th graders who have earned a C or better in Marine Biology.

All 11th and 12th graders


Most 10th and 11th graders have a hard time fitting all of their requirements into the school day. Taking a college class during zero period frees up opportunities for electives, athletics, AP classes, etc.


If your child is interested in taking the zero period Oceanography class in the fall, please tell them to stop by my classroom (707) this week.

This is the last week for the See's Candy fundraiser.

Participating students need to turn in their completed order form and cash by Monday, March 18. Candy will be available for delivery by April 1.

Open House: March 21

We look forward to seeing all of you at Open House on Thursday, March 21. 6:00-8:00 PM

New website!

If you know anyone who may be interested in attending our magnet program, please share our new website with them!


http://granthumanitas.net

Humanitas Magnet for Interdisciplinary Studies