BIG NEWS from TLC – Fundraiser and Performance

We have two big events happening this month and we hope to see our parents, staff and students out to support our school.

Tuesday May 1st (That’s TOMORROW!!)

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AND later this month (Saturday May 12th)

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Apr. 27, 2018                                                                                                 Vol 34

Virginia Stewart

 

VERY IMPORTANT

Our new office number is (209) 290-0511

We ended up with a very short “winter” and now the Spring season at TLC has kicked off with our annual TLC Jog-A-Thon.  I has to take my hat of to all the staff and parents who helped organize such an event.  Also, congratulations to our students who did an amazing job out there.  Even with all the construction, our staff and students did not let a little dust stop this great fundraiser.  I even saw one of our crossing guards out there running a few laps!  Good job Mr. Larry!!!

Upcoming Show

Millennium High School Drama Department is pleased to announce our upcoming show, The Best of Broadway!  This production will have two showings on Saturday, May 12th at 3pm and also 7pm at the Kimball High school theater.  Tickets will be available for purchase one hour before each show at the theater box office.  Ticket prices are $10.00 for general admission and $7.00 for Students., Seniors and Kids 10 and under.  Thank you for supporting the arts and we look forward to seeing you at the show!

 

 

Lunch Menu – Week Apr. 30 – May 4

Mon. –  Pizza

Tues. –  Beef Hot Dog

Wed- Nachos

Thurs –Chicken Nuggets and Mashed Potatoes

Fri-Beef or Vegi Burger

Save the date picture flyer

TK

This week on TK island the little fishies learned all about the life cycle of a butterfly.  They even have some special visitors come to the island in the form of a caterpillar. The students are observing the caterpillars that will soon be a chrysalis. Before, we know it we will have some butterflies on TK island.

PCS

 

Phase One has a fun week learning about plants! P4 did a fun activity about eating plants. Some math groups are working on perimeter and wrote their names using blocks and had to figure out the perimeter of their name. Finally we ended the week with our 4th Annual Jog-A-Thon.

 

Congratulations for all your hard work in the 4th Annual TLC Jog-A-Thon.  So proud of all our sudents

 

 

DCS

April is almost over and it looks like the warmer weather may be here to stay.  Please keep in mind that allergy season is here; it may be helpful if your student suffers from allergies, to send tissues with them. If you would like to donate tissues to your student’s homeroom, that would be appreciated as well.

Order forms were passed out for the yearbook and the 8th grade dedication pages.  Extra copies are in the office, or students can see Ms. Rodieck for additional order forms. Parents may also email Ms. Rodieck for an on-line form as well.

State testing begins Monday, April 30th   through May 4th.  It would be beneficial if students had a good night sleep and a healthy breakfast during testing.  If your students misses school during this time, make up tests will be given the week of May 7th –May 11th.

 

 

DHSP

 

Along with an AMAZING effort in our TLC Jog-A-Thon, our DHSP students also sent a team to participate in the San Joaquin County Mock Trial Competition.

Way to represent DHSP!  We are sooo proud.

Mock Trial Team- Top Support person – Mathew Men

Top Witness – Sasha Lang
Top Attorney- Vernon Real
MVP – voted by opposing team – Round 1 – Ashleigh Garcia
Round 2 – Pierce Real
Mock Trial First Place Team… TLC – Discovery HS Prep!!!

 

 

 

MHS

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MHS Counseling News

 

 

Summer College Early Start

College Early Start forms for summer are due to the Counseling Office on May 1st.  Students who have not taken a college class before have multiple steps to complete before the form can be submitted.

For more information please visit:

https://millenniumhscounseling.weebly.com/college-early-start.html and/or email mhscounseling@tracylc.net.

 

Class of 2018 Reminders

Save the Date for the upcoming Class of 2018 Commencement Ceremony on Saturday, May 26th @ 10AM at the St. Bernard’s Holy Family Center located at 12100 W. Valpico Road.  Doors will open at 9:30am for seating and tickets are required for entry. All graduates will be given 8 tickets and detailed information regarding their rehearsal the day before and specifics on the morning of the ceremony. The tickets will be distributed to students at their Senior Breakfast on May 18, 2018 along with their cap and gown. There are no additional tickets available for request as seating is extremely limited.

 

TLC’s Comedy Central Fundraising Show

Join us for an evening of laughs at Tracy Learning Center on May 3, 2018, as some our funniest students will showcase their comedic talent. Students in grades 5-12 are welcome to participate. Interested students may pick up a participation form in the Tracy Learning Center Main Office or Millennium High School Counseling office. Forms are due by April 25, 2018. For further information please call (209) 627-8299 or email mhscounseling@tracylc.net

 

The show will take place on Thursday May 3rd @ 5pm at the TLC Main Site Room P2. $5 per person for admission.

 

Community Service Opportunities

Please see https://millenniumhscounseling.weebly.com/community-service.html for upcoming community service opportunities.

 

 

Great Community Service Opportunity!

Relay for Life – ONE DAY ONLY Saturday, April 28, 2018 Set-up: Friday afternoon from 4:00pm-7:00pm, Saturday morning from 6:00am-9:00am Event: Saturday 10:00am-11:00pm Tear-down and clean-up: Saturday from 11:00pm until finished. Location: Merrill F. West High School quad area (1775 W. Lowell Ave, Tracy) Volunteers are needed Friday night to set up and all day Saturday to staff the information booth, assist in the Accounting room, help in Kids Camp, staff the luminaria bag booth (sell luminaria bags, fill bags with sand, and set up luminaria display), assist in the Survivor tent, run games and other activities, assist other committees as needed and tear down in the evening. Contact: Kim Thomassen, Volunteer and Youth Engagement Coordinator at jkthomassen@aol.com or visit the Millennium High School Counseling Office to sign-up.

 

 

 

 

UC Berkeley Summer Experience

UC Berkeley’s Office of Undergraduate Admissions is pleased to announce our annual Berkeley Summer Experience and invites you to nominate your student! Berkeley Summer Experience is an intensive application workshop and information session that is intended to introduce prospective students to the UC application, the admissions process, as well as the UC Berkeley undergraduate experience.

 

Berkeley Summer Experience will host a residential program for both prospective Freshmen and Transfers on UC Berkeley’s campus on June 15th-17th.

 

Note: The Berkeley campus program is a residential program and is open to any rising high school junior or senior and California Community College student meeting the eligibility requirements. While the program is free of charge, transportation to the program is not covered and participants will have to provide their own transportation.

 

To be eligible for the program, each student must be a junior or senior in high school in Fall 2018 and have a GPA of 3.5 or higher; or a community-college transfer student with a GPA of 3.5 or higher and 30 or more transferable semester units by the end of Spring 2018.

 

Students who are nominated by a counselor or a Community-Based Organization will have priority consideration when we are making selections. All nominated students must also fill out an application.

 

The application for both students and counselors will be available from April 1st- April 30th. Selected students will be notified in mid-May. If you have any questions, please contact us at berkeleysummerexperience@berkeley.edu.

 

For more information on the application and nomination process, feel free to view our website.

 

TLC Parent Club Info

Thank you to all the parents that came out for our 2nd PEP Meeting.  It was small, but nonetheless productive.

We are so excited to announce Family Movie Night!!!  Admission is free.  Please join us on Friday, June 1st  at 6:30 pm.  We will be watching the movie Ferdinand under the tented area at the current high school location (1904 Corral Hollow).  Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. and the movie will start at 7:00 p.m. There will be pizza, hot dogs, nachos, drinks, and of course popcorn for sale.    We will definitely need volunteers to help work and coordinate, so be on the lookout for signup sheets.  =)

We are also kicking off a Box Tops for Education contest in the Primary classes (TK included).  The class that turns in the most Box Tops will win their choice of either a donut or ice cream party!  In the future, we will be holding a contest (once a trimester) to keep the Box Tops coming in.  You can clip Box Tops from hundreds of products, like Cheerios, Go-Gurt, Nature Valley granola bars, Kleenex Tissue Bundles, and of course, Ziploc.  There is a full list of participating products at btfe.com/participating-products.  There are millions of dollars in Box Tops products out there just waiting to be clipped. There’s no easier way to earn cash for our school.

Thank you to all the families that have signed up for our PEP. We ask that if you have not paid your $5 donation, please do so by May 15, 2018.  We need your donations in order to provide safe and family friendly events at the school, such as Movie Night.

Remember, you can join the PEP any time.  You may contact Angie, Kristy or Cynthia at pepattlc@gmail.com and they can assist you.  All families are welcome.

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Apr. 20, 2018                                                                                                                       Vol 33

Virginia Stewart

 

 

VERY IMPORTANT

Our new office number is (209) 290-0511

 

This week, I was inspired by the activities I saw in our new Primary/Discovery building.

The two-day college fair that was conducted by our 5/6 grade students was outstanding.  I was so impressed with the quality of their display boards, their knowledge and their presentation skills.  They talked well about their selected college, the career they wanted, and the necessary qualifications to be accepted.  It was wonderful to see all of the parents who came to see their work.  The only drawback was the hallway was very crowded.  Someday, we should have a gym to spread this wonderful event out so it can really be appreciated.

On the playground, I got to see the 3rd/4th graders in P 8 trying out their solar ovens.  They were using the sun and their imagined method of creating a solar oven to melt a Hersey Kiss.  It was STEM in action.  They were so proud and they liked me observing as long as I wasn’t blocking the sun!

Our Discovery students are headed out to the county Pentathlon after an entire year of studying Africa.  It was a great deal of study of literature, music, art, social studies, and science.  This may be the most challenging year we have ever had.  In the process, however, of reading and studying for this event, the students learned about the importance of clean drinking water and in an effort to help South Sudan, they raised over $5,000 to donate for a well for one of the villages.  A well means the children will no longer have to spend their day walking to the pond or lake for water and in return can have time to go to school.  The money came from recycled water bottles that came from home and school.  Even if we do not win all the medals at the event tomorrow, we have won in our hearts by helping others.

And finally, I attended the Parent meeting (PEP) on Monday.  I appreciate the effort of the parents who are working to find ways to unite our parents around our school community.  The attendance was small, but we got to meet one another and talked about ways to build community among us.  As the result of the meeting, I met several parents I did not know.   I look forward to the next meeting.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pre-PTO Message

 

 

Our next PTO meeting will be on Monday, May 21. 2018 at 6:30pm – location is in P2, our Kindergarten Room

 

 

 

 

PCS/DCS Lunch Menu – Week Apr. 23-27

Mon. –  Pizza

Tues. –  Chicken Corn Dog

Wed- No meat spaghetti

Thurs –Chicken Teriyaki Bowl

Fri- Beef or Bean Burrito

 

Save the date picture flyer

 

 

 

 

Primary Charter

 

THe Jog-a-thon is coming!!

The PCS  Jog-A-Thon is Friday, April 27th and pledge envelopes need to be turned in to teachers on Tuesday, April 24th.  We are looking forward to another fun fund raiser!

 

This week initial phase focused on Earth Day (reduce, reuse, recycle) and long and short vowels! We watched (and followed along with) this really fun exercise video about short and long vowels. Here is the link to check it out at home!

Initial Phase Vowel Song

Look at our instagram for more pictures and videos from our week! Username: p2pcs

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The students in Phase One continued learning about life cycles in science and this week they focused on frogs and chickens. P3 would like to thank all those who donated and made their classroom library AMAZING! The students and teachers love it!

 

DCS

 

It looks like spring is finally here.  There are a lot of activities going on as we race towards the end of the school year.

Saturday, April 21, 2018-DCS and DHSP are participating in Academic Pentathlon. Our students have worked very hard this year learning about the history and culture of West Africa in preparation for this. The competition will be taking place at Lathrop High School. We want to thank our parents for the support they have shown our pentathletes all year and for coming out tomorrow.

Good luck to all our students!

 

Friday, April 27 is our 4th annual Jog-A-Thon.  This is an exciting event that staff and students participate in.

State testing is the week of April 30th-May 4th.

Please continue to monitor your student’s agenda; students really need to remain focused as the end of the year draws near.

 

 

 

 

 

DHSP

 

Upcoming Dates to Remember:

Academic Pentathlon: 4/21 (This Saturday)

Jogathon Friday: 4/27

Mock Trial: 4/28

8th/9th College Trip: 5/7

CJSF College Trip: 6/6

 

CJSF:

Remember to SAVE THE DATE!!! Relay For Life is on Saturday, April 28th and the students of our Discovery High School Prep CJSF club are sponsoring a team and booth again. It’s an all day family friendly event from 9am to 9pm, but feel free to stop by and join our “relay” team for any amount of time you’re available. This is a GREAT way for 7th and 8th graders to get community service hours in well before the trimester and school year ends! The event is being held at on Lowell Ave. I look forward to seeing many of you there! (Contact Mrs. Prescott at kprescott@tracylc.net for more information.)

 

Leadership:

Spirit Week Next Week

4/23 Character Day

4/24 Powderpuff Day

4/25 Hawaiian Day

4/26 Hero/Villain Day

4/27 Athletic Day/Jogathon attire

 

Language Arts:

Students are finishing up their study of African Art this week and are preparing for both the county Academic Pentathlon, as well as the schoolwide competition. The students have truly learned so much this year about Africa.

 

 

 

 

 

MHS

 

MHS IN THE NEWS:

 

CBS 13: Millennium High Coding Class

 

Summer College Early Start

College Early Start forms for summer are due to the Counseling Office on May 1st.  Students who have not taken a college class before have multiple steps to complete before the form can be submitted.

For more information please visit:

https://millenniumhscounseling.weebly.com/college-early-start.html and/or email mhscounseling@tracylc.net.

 

Class of 2018 Reminders

Save the Date for the upcoming Class of 2018 Commencement Ceremony on Saturday, May 26th @ 10AM at the St. Bernard’s Holy Family Center located at 12100 W. Valpico Road.  Doors will open at 9:30am for seating and tickets are required for entry. All graduates will be given 8 tickets and detailed information regarding their rehearsal the day before and specifics on the morning of the ceremony. The tickets will be distributed to students at their Senior Breakfast on May 18, 2018 along with their cap and gown. There are no additional tickets available for request as seating is extremely limited.

 

TLC’s Comedy Central Fundraising Show

Join us for an evening of laughs at Tracy Learning Center on May 3, 2018, as some our funniest students will showcase their comedic talent. Students in grades 5-12 are welcome to participate. Interested students may pick up a participation form in the Tracy Learning Center Main Office or Millennium High School Counseling office. Forms are due by April 25, 2018. For further information please call (209) 627-8299 or email mhscounseling@tracylc.net

 

The show will take place on Thursday May 3rd @ 5pm at the TLC Main Site Room P2. $5 per person for admission.

 

Community Service Opportunities

Please see https://millenniumhscounseling.weebly.com/community-service.html for upcoming community service opportunities.

 

Great Community Service Opportunities!

Miss/Mr. Inspirational American Special Needs Pageant (Set-up) – American Legion Post 172 (Sponsor) Friday, April 20, 2018 Time: 6:00 pm. – 8:00 p.m. Location: American Legion Hall (1960 Tracy Blvd. across from Carl’s Jr) Volunteers needed to set up chairs and decorate for Saturday’s event. Contact: Karen Rickman at 209-612-1587 or Rickmanbkg@aol.com (when emailing please provide a contact number).

 

Miss/Mr. Inspirational American Special Needs Pageant – American Legion Post 172 (Sponsor) Saturday, April 21, 2018 Time: 3:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Location: American Legion Hall (1960 Tracy Blvd. across from Carl’s Jr) Volunteers needed to clean up and tear down chairs. This event honors both our veterans and Special Needs children; DJ, entertainment, and dignitaries will be present. Contact: Karen Rickman at 209-612-1587 or Rickmanbkg@aol.com (when emailing please provide a contact number)

 

 

 

Great Community Service Opportunity!

Relay for Life – ONE DAY ONLY Saturday, April 28, 2018 Set-up: Friday afternoon from 4:00pm-7:00pm, Saturday morning from 6:00am-9:00am Event: Saturday 10:00am-11:00pm Tear-down and clean-up: Saturday from 11:00pm until finished. Location: Merrill F. West High School quad area (1775 W. Lowell Ave, Tracy) Volunteers are needed Friday night to set up and all day Saturday to staff the information booth, assist in the Accounting room, help in Kids Camp, staff the luminaria bag booth (sell luminaria bags, fill bags with sand, and set up luminaria display), assist in the Survivor tent, run games and other activities, assist other committees as needed and tear down in the evening. Contact: Kim Thomassen, Volunteer and Youth Engagement Coordinator at jkthomassen@aol.com or visit the Millennium High School Counseling Office to sign-up.

 

 

UC Berkeley Summer Experience

UC Berkeley’s Office of Undergraduate Admissions is pleased to announce our annual Berkeley Summer Experience and invites you to nominate your student! Berkeley Summer Experience is an intensive application workshop and information session that is intended to introduce prospective students to the UC application, the admissions process, as well as the UC Berkeley undergraduate experience.

 

Berkeley Summer Experience will host a residential program for both prospective Freshmen and Transfers on UC Berkeley’s campus on June 15th-17th.

 

Note: The Berkeley campus program is a residential program and is open to any rising high school junior or senior and California Community College student meeting the eligibility requirements. While the program is free of charge, transportation to the program is not covered and participants will have to provide their own transportation.

 

To be eligible for the program, each student must be a junior or senior in high school in Fall 2018 and have a GPA of 3.5 or higher; or a community-college transfer student with a GPA of 3.5 or higher and 30 or more transferable semester units by the end of Spring 2018.

 

Students who are nominated by a counselor or a Community-Based Organization will have priority consideration when we are making selections. All nominated students must also fill out an application.

 

The application for both students and counselors will be available from April 1st- April 30th. Selected students will be notified in mid-May. If you have any questions, please contact us at berkeleysummerexperience@berkeley.edu.

 

For more information on the application and nomination process, feel free to view our website.

 

TLC Charter Chatter

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April 13, 2018                                                                                                                         Vol 31

Virginia Stewart

 

VERY IMPORTANT

Our new office number is (209) 290-0511

 

Welcome back from Spring Break. One student told me it felt he was gone as long as if it had been summer.  Well, I can understand our summers are shorter than other schools, but not quite that short.  What I did realize from the break is that time away is helpful. It does refresh us and it does give us a chance to appreciate what we have.  That is the case with us right now, we are excited to see the high school remodeling get underway and for their return to this campus next spring. We miss them on this campus.

We are also so grateful for the new buildings that we have and the great response we have gotten from students and staff about the new feel of being a school.  While I always believed that the facilities did not make a school, I do believe the facilities are now reflecting what a great school we are.

The end of the year comes quickly.  We will have state testing, and events that make the end go even faster.  High school has less than 35 days before FAST TRACK and graduation, and the rest of us have about 55 days to go until it is summer.  Oh my! But again, I know that one of the things that makes us as successful as we are, is the extra school days we give our students.  There is never a rush to get to the end of the expected curriculum, our students have less loss of learning time with a shorter summer and our curriculum really fits the amount of time we need to teach it.  The extra time and the extra hours make for better learning.

 

PEP (new name for our PTO,  PEP =Parents Empowering Parents Message

 

Our next PEP (Parents Empowering Parents) meeting will be on Monday, April 16, 2018 at 6:30pm – location is in P2, our Kindergarten Room

 

 

 

Coats/Outer Clothes

Please remember to label all of your child’s outerwear. We do not want a bunch of lost and found collected and we will not be holding lost clothing for very long

 

 

 

 

PCS/DCS Lunch Menu – Week Apr. 16-20

Mon. –  Pizza

Tues. –  Chicken Taquitos

Wed- Beef Hot Dog

Thurs –Chicken Nuggets

Fri- Chicken or Vegi Wraps

 

 

 

 

 

T K

This week on TK island. We learned how to be healthy islanders by following the food groups. They learned how to keep their bodies healthy, build strong muscles, and have lots of energy by eating protein, grains, diary, fruits, and vegetables. It was nice hearing all the the wonderful stories about their Spring break. They were just as excited to be back in class as their teachers were too!

 

 

Primary Charter

Phase One spent the week learning about butterflies and even got some caterpillars as class pets. We will watch the caterpillars grow and eventually become butterflies that we will release. P4 even learned about pollination. Some math groups are learning about measuring capacity.

 

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This week phase 2 students learned all about the scientific method! We’ve got some very curious scientists in 3rd and 4th grade! We discussed what a hypothesis is and how to collect data. We look forward to more science experiments this trimester. We also enjoyed a science presentation from the DCS students this week.

 

 

 

DCS

 

DCS

Welcome back!  We hope everyone enjoyed their time off for Spring Break.   We are back in full swing and heading towards the end of the school year. It will be here before you know it!

Teachers here at Discovery are at a loss for words….in an EXTREMELY good way!!

 

In just 13 school weeks (not counting Thanksgiving and Christmas break), which comes out to almost 4 months, our students at DCS raised $3,272.86 with their donated bags alone. The students brought in over 600 bags from home! Altogether, the whole school has raised $5019.20. Combined with the amount raised by the rest of the school and the money donated on our online Water for South Sudan Fundraiser page, we have raised a total of $5,745!!!!! Our plan was to raise $5000 by the last day of school, but our kiddos went above and beyond to hit our goal 4 months early and went over the amount we had set!! I am in awe of how our students went above and beyond our goal of $5000 by raising an extra $700.

 

In even better news, our school was recently contacted by the organization to congratulate the students for raising the $5000, and to also let them know that their money will go towards the co-sponsorship of a new Well. Our Well for the South Sudan community will be drilled by the end of May. If for any reason it does not, our Well will be the first to get drilled at the beginning of the next drilling season, which begins in December. Our school name will be placed on the Well as well and our students will be updated every step of the way. Our students are beyond excited to have their school name placed on the well and their fingers are tightly crossed that the drilling begins by May!

 

The DCS/DHSP teachers want to give a huge shout out to all our students for their donations and to all the parents who helped give support! We are speechless at how quickly we achieved our goal and cannot be any prouder of our students. They really are the best and some of the most dedicated students in our community.

 

 

 

 

DHSP

 

Charter Chatter Week of 4/9/18-4/13-/18

 

Welcome back! Third trimester is underway and students are refreshed and ready to work after their two week Spring Break!

 

General Updates:

 

  • Academic Pentathlon is 4/21 — if your student is participating as a team member or an alternate you will be receiving a letter home this week letting you know all relevant information.
  • The deadline to sign up for the Washington D.C. trip (Spring Break 2019) at a discounted rate has been extended to April 30. Contact Ms. Sabedra (asabedra@tracylc.net) with any questions about the trip or for details on how to sign up.
  • 8th grade activities are coming up! Be on the lookout for information coming soon
  • Trimester 3 Leadership is meeting Tuesdays and Thursdays in preparation for the rest of the school year. We have a lot of ideas and plans we are hoping to make happen to end this year. Starting with a Jog a Thon rally, if weather permits it.
  • 8th Grade Parent Meeting is coming in early May. Date is to be announced.
  • Jog-a-thon is Friday April 27

 

CJSF:

SAVE THE DATE!!! Relay For Life is on Saturday, April 28th and the students of our Discovery High School Prep CJSF club are sponsoring a team and booth again. It’s an all day family friendly event from 9am – 9pm, but feel free to stop by and join our “relay” team for any amount of time you’re available. Relay For Life is organized by volunteers to support the American Cancer Society. They work to raise money and awareness for cancer research and family and patient support services. To join our team or make a donation, you can go to the Relay For Life website and look up Discovery-CJSF, or just show up the day of the event and find our booth! It will be held in Tracy at West High School on Lowell Ave. We hope to see you there! (P.S. All students 7th grade and above will earn community service hours for attending. You can contact Mrs. Prescott at kprescott@tracylc.net for more information.)

 

Language Arts:

Students are continuing their work learning about various African art! We are also reading Things Fall Apart and working hard to understand this very complex and rich culture.

 

Math:

Algebra is coming around the corner and beginning to wrap up the last few units in preparation for Algebra 2 or Geometry. Mrs. Dominguez is getting excited to see how this group of students does their Davis Test in May.

Geometry is exceeding all expectations this year in their knowledge of Algebra. This group is strong and as we wrap up this unit and finish the AP curriculum, we are hopeful to do well at our competition coming up.

Math 78 has completed this years curriculum map and has started working on Algebra readiness concepts.

 

 

 

 

 

 

MHS

 

MHS Counseling News

 

Class of 2018 Reminders

Save the Date for the upcoming Class of 2018 Commencement Ceremony on Saturday, May 26th @ 10AM at the St. Bernard’s Holy Family Center located at 12100 W. Valpico Road.  Doors will open at 9:30am for seating and tickets are required for entry. All graduates will be given 8 tickets and detailed information regarding their rehearsal the day before and specifics on the morning of the ceremony. The tickets will be distributed to students at their Senior Breakfast on May 18, 2018 along with their cap and gown. There are no additional tickets available for request as seating is extremely limited.

 

TLC’s Comedy Central Fundraising Show

Join us for an evening of laughs at Tracy Learning Center on May 3, 2018, as some our funniest students will showcase their comedic talent. Students in grades 5-12 are welcome to participate. Interested students may pick up a participation form in the Tracy Learning Center Main Office or Millennium High School Counseling office. Forms are due by April 25, 2018. For further information please call (209) 627-8299 or email mhscounseling@tracylc.net

 

The show will take place on Thursday May 3rd @ 5pm at the TLC Main Site Room P2. $5 per person for admission.

 

Community Service Opportunities

Please see https://millenniumhscounseling.weebly.com/community-service.html for upcoming community service opportunities.

 

 

Flapjack Fundraiser – Volunteers needed – Great Community Service Opportunity

Tracy African American Association Flapjack Fundraiser

Date:  Saturday, April 14th

Time: 8:00-10:00 / Location: Applebee’s 3060 N. Naglee Rd. Tracy CA 95304

Volunteers should wear black pants and a white collared shirt.  Expect to help with busing tables, serving and wherever else you are needed.

Sign up at the Millennium High School Counseling Office or contact Patricia Jackson for more information at (510) 604-2255.

 

 

UC Berkeley Summer Experience

UC Berkeley’s Office of Undergraduate Admissions is pleased to announce our annual Berkeley Summer Experience and invites you to nominate your student! Berkeley Summer Experience is an intensive application workshop and information session that is intended to introduce prospective students to the UC application, the admissions process, as well as the UC Berkeley undergraduate experience.

 

Berkeley Summer Experience will host a residential program for both prospective Freshmen and Transfers on UC Berkeley’s campus on June 15th-17th.

 

Note: The Berkeley campus program is a residential program and is open to any rising high school junior or senior and California Community College student meeting the eligibility requirements. While the program is free of charge, transportation to the program is not covered and participants will have to provide their own transportation.

 

To be eligible for the program, each student must be a junior or senior in high school in Fall 2018 and have a GPA of 3.5 or higher; or a community-college transfer student with a GPA of 3.5 or higher and 30 or more transferable semester units by the end of Spring 2018.

 

Students who are nominated by a counselor or a Community-Based Organization will have priority consideration when we are making selections. All nominated students must also fill out an application.

 

The application for both students and counselors will be available from April 1st- April 30th. Selected students will be notified in mid-May. If you have any questions, please contact us at berkeleysummerexperience@berkeley.edu.

 

For more information on the application and nomination process, feel free to view our website.