The Friday FINALE!

THE WEEK OF February 11 - 15

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24 Shark Athletes Sign their National Letter of Intent on Wednesday!

Congratulations to our Shark Athletes who signed their National Letter of Intent to play at the next level this Wednesday in front of friends and family.


Congrats to the following athletes:


Girls Volleyball - Erin Anderson

Girls Volleyball - Kylie Metcalf

Boys Lacrosse - David Castenada

Boys Lacrosse - Ryan Richardson

Girls Golf - Emily Wang

Girls Lacrosse - Claire Knight

Girls Lacrosse - Kathryn Burr

Girls Diving - Madison DeRuyter

Boys Water Polo - Riley Rosales

Boys Water Polo - Jerry Alamo

Girls Water Polo - Mica Schiavone

Girls Water Polo - Portia Schiavone

Boys Soccer - Connor Molloy

Softball - Hana Suniga

Softball - Madison Vasquez

Softball - Estella Bennett

Girls Soccer - Emilie Peraza

Girls Soccer - Emily Reardon

Girls Soccer - Jaden Sutton

Girls Soccer - Lauren Betancourt

Girls Soccer - Madyson Bennett

Girls Soccer - Rachel Rash

Baseball - Daryl Ruiz

Baseball - Taylor Steig

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Important Events the Week of February 11 - 15


MONDAY - February 11 - NO SCHOOL - PRESIDENT'S DAY


TUESDAY - February 12 - MINIMUM DAY - WASC PREPARATION


WEDNESDAY - February 13 - PLC ALL Periods


THURSDAY - February 14 - ODD Block Office Hours


FRIDAY - February 15 - EVEN Block Office Hours

IMPORTANT SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS

PURCHASE GRAD NITE TICKETS by FEB 22!

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SUMMER REGISTRATION DATES!

Summer Registration dates are now available! Please mark your calendars and make your summer plans accordingly. If you have any questions, please contact the Shark Shop.
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PERFORMING ARTS TRY OUT INFO!

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TIME TO SIGN UP FOR NEXT YEARS CLASSES

Below is a HOW TO Link for signing up for next years classes. Contact your counselor if you have any questions. Course requests open up on February 8 and close on February 22!

HONORS/AP CONTRACTS

Honors/AP contracts are available in the Counseling Center. Please be sure to pick one up if you are planning to take honors or Advanced Placement course next year.

Congrats to our Semester 1 Honor Roll Recipients!

Congrats to our 2,495 students who received a weighted GPA of 3.00 or higher Semester 1 (67.3%).



  • Gold - 1,280 students (34.5%)
  • Silver - 706 students (19.1%)
  • Bronze - 509 students (13.7%)


Click Below to see the Full List!

Valentines Day is right around the corner.

Surprise that special someone with a Valentine Gram being sold during both lunches in the quad every Monday and Thursday until Valentines. Only $3 for card, candy, and stuffed bunny. Go all out and add a rose for $2 more. Don't miss out on surprising your bae this Valentines Day!

The California Scholarship Federation (CSF) spring membership drive is running now!

If you are a Senior, Junior or Sophomore with awesome grades you are eligible. Come see Mrs. Zeeb in room H-104 for an application. The deadline is Friday February 15th.

AP TEST REGISTRATION INFORMATION

Advanced Placement students ~ The link below will give you important A.P. exam registration information. If you need a copy of it, see your A.P. teacher. Registration begins Tues., Jan. 22, 2019.

Class of 2019 Senior Brochure

This week, our Seniors were given a Senior Brochure with all of the upcoming events for the rest of the year. Click below to see the brochure!

Wrestling Fundraiser at Chipotle on 2/11 from 5-9 pm

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CNUSD Presents: PSAT Scores Info Night

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PSAT RESULTS

Below is a snap shot of directions on how to get your PSAT results (for students/parents).

Here is where the student would log in:

https://studentscores.collegeboard.org/home

Here’s a short video from college board describing what to do with the results:

https://youtu.be/5i-bOhSzyig

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CONGRATS TO CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEES OF THE QUARTER!

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ELECTRONIC AND PAPER SHREDDING EVENT - FEBRUARY 16!

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Reflections Writing Contest Winners

Congratulations to the following students who are moving on to the District finals for Reflections Writing Contest!


Jordan Piquette

Anjali Roy

Manjari and Mikaile Ford

LUNCH AREA BOUNDARIES

Please adhere to our lunch boundaries to ensure proper supervision. Students who are outside of the area could possibly face consequences for being out of bounds. Thank you in advance and helping ensure a safe campus!
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BE A SHARK!

BE A SHARK WEEK

The Renaissance sponsored our Spring semester SHARK WEEK. Each day coincided with the five BE A SHARK values. Below are the videos students and staff watched each day this week.

Shark Week Promo Video- https://youtu.be/081BCs7mWnA

Monday; Show Responsibility- https://youtu.be/wqdhJHL4foY

Tuesday; Have Integrity- https://drive.google.com/file/d/14xfzQcSPNSPd93TZx620TaI0MzaESLp3/view?usp=sharing

Wednesday; Achieve- https://youtu.be/_tiBj-mqpVU

Thursday; Respect- https://youtu.be/eV50IEGFr2I

Friday; Know Yourself- https://youtu.be/8CU66J1xLn8

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BE A SHARK: REWARD YOUR CHILD!

We are rewarding positive BE A SHARK behaviors - be sure to look for these same qualities from your students at home and let your student know you appreciate it when they:

S - Show Responsibility
H - Have Integrity
A - Achieve
R - Respect
K - Know yourself


At the end of the first quarter, over 3500 students have received Shark Bytes for displaying BE A SHARK behaviors. Shark Bytes were redeemed at the Shark Shop this week for free ice cream, a free tardy pass, a Shark lanyard, and even a free PROM ticket. Everyday, everywhere, we want students to continue to act out the BE A SHARK values. Continue to show up on time to class and be prepared to work - that's just one behavior that we expect from all Sharks. Keep it up!

COLLEGE AND CAREER INFO

  • See Mrs. Nunes in the College & Career Center (in the Library) to sign up for college presentations here on campus.
  • Check out the General Scholarship Bulletin on the school website under Counseling - College & Career Center.

Norco College Application Workshops

Attention all seniors planning on attending Norco College: Norco College Application workshops will be held during office hours every Thursday in the College & Career Center. Please see Mrs. Nunes in you are interested in applying.

FAFSA

FAFSA free online application is priority deadline is due March 2nd. See Mrs. Nunes or your counselor for assistance. We will have FAFSA Giveaways for those seniors that apply by March 2nd priority deadline. Here are just a few we will be giving out: Free prom tickets, in-n-out gift cards, free tuxedo for prom, star bucks gift cards, and more!!! Bring your completed application confirmation page to Mrs. Nunes in the College & Career Center in the library.

The FAFSA application awards students free money and offers student loans for community college, trade school and 4 year colleges. Many colleges offer scholarships based on information students report in their application as well. This year we have two exciting changes in the FAFSA program. Those students bound for the community college can receive the Promise Grant, which will pay the first years tuition in its entirety regardless of how much parent income is. The Middle Class Grant allows students whose parents make $171,000 or less to qualify for state monies for the CSU and UC systems. In order to take advantage of these grants and others students are encouraged to complete their FAFSA application no later than March 2nd.


There is assistance available in the Santiago Career Center or Counseling Office. Just give us a call to set up an appointment or have your questions answered. We have several computers available and can help walk you through the process step by step. Although the FAFSA can be completed at any time, some grants have deadlines. One of the largest grants, which does not have to be paid back, is the Cal Grant. The priority deadline for the Cal Grant is March 2nd. If you want your student to be eligible for consideration for the Cal Grant be sure to get the application submitted prior to March 2nd.


Santiago has had some of the highest fafsa submission rates in the state. We are looking to continue this tradition so our students have as much opportunity for success in their post high school years as possible. Please take a moment prior to the March 2nd Cal Grant deadline to complete the FAFSA. It is free, takes about thirty minutes to complete and is the best way to get free money for your student’s future educational plans.

Remind Codes by Year of Graduation

Students can stay connected with important College & Career information sent through remind text messages each week!
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Santiago Canyon College Financial Aid Application Workshops

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CNUSD Parent Center

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This Week in Varsity Sports:

Monday, February 11th

TBA TBA -STU Penter Tournament Softball Varsity

3:00 PM - 5:00 PM Aquinas Tennis, Boys Varsity Aquinas


Tuesday, February 12th

TBA TBA -STU Penter Tournament Softball Varsity


Wednesday, February 13th

TBA TBA -STU Penter Tournament Softball Varsity

3:00 PM - 5:00 PM Great Oak Tennis, Boys Varsity Great Oak High School


Thursday, February 14th

TBA TBA -STU Penter Tournament Softball Varsity

2:30 PM North, J.W. -Loara Tournament Baseball Varsity North, J.W.


Friday, February 15th

TBA TBA -STU Penter Tournament Softball Varsity

3:15 PM TBA -Loara Tournament Baseball Varsity


Saturday, February 16th

3:15 PM TBA -Loara Tournament Baseball Varsity

10:00 AM Vista Murrieta Softball Varsity


*BOLD = HOME GAME



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