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                                     THE WEEKLY BULLETIN

Thank you to the families who participated in the Toyota Drive for Schools fundraiser. We wish you luck in winning a new car and for supporting Coast Redwood High School!

Dia de los Muertos, October 2019

On October 24th our Spanish class is going to visit the Dia de los Muertos Exhibit, “Pasajes y Puentes”--Passages and Bridges-- at the Pajaro Valley Arts Council in Watsonville. Afterward, we’ll visit a nearby bakery to try the famous “Pan de Muerto”, visit an authentic Mexican market, and if time, eat lunch in a Mexican restaurant, “Super Taqueria”.

We welcome and encourage parent drivers to accompany us.

Field Trip Permission slips attached - Contact Keidi Lewis with questions: klewis@slvusd.org

When: Thursday, October 24th. Leave P-4 at 9:15. (Or meet at 37 Sudden Street at 9:55 after letting me know). Back by 1:30 at the latest.

Where: Pajaro Arts Council, 37 Sudden St., Watsonville, California.

How: Bring your permission slip to Keidi Lewis by

Thursday, October 17th.

What to bring: Bring $ (at least $10) for Mexican treats and something to drink, maybe even lunch depending on the mood.  

(SLV) CHICAGO - and (Charter) Wizard of Oz: Get Your Kicks on Route Yellow Bricks
Click on the link for important details: Charter Theater and SLV Theater

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Details on the website: Vaping Informational Parent Night
Parent Informational Night on Vaping next 
Thursday, October 24th at 6:00 pm in the SLVHS Multi-Purpose Room
This event is for parents of students in all SLV schools, not just the high school, as sadly, this epidemic affects children in elementary and middle school as well as high school. 

Caltrans to Close Highway 9 between Felton and Santa Cruz Next Week 
Click on the Parent Corner link here for details: Parent Corner: Caltrans Road Closure Updates

Cabrillo College and Career Night 2019 
Monday, October 28, 6:00 pm 8:00 pm 
For more details click here - College and Career Night 2019
Come out and learn about the science, arts, humanities programs, and health, public service, and business programs. Meet University representatives, and explore workshops that offer valuable information in the areas of financial aid, making community college work for students and a transfer workshop.
Pizza lunch for the first 10 students who return their scavenger sheet completed to Mrs. Kay on Tuesday!
Flyer attached and Scavenger sheets in room P3.

High School students can take classes for FREE! 
Click here for more information: DUAL ENROLLMENT
Ask your Guidance/Supervising Teacher for the registration forms. Plan NOW for the second semester. 

As a reminder - students may not enroll in a Cabrillo class, as a CRHS senior and entering their second semester, in a class that is dependent on fulfilling a graduation requirement. Speak with your Supervising teacher before enrolling at Cabrillo for high school credit.

Cabrillo College Enrollment Workshop - Sign-up now to get help in registering for Cabrillo!
Visit the CRHS webpage: Cabrillo College Enrollment Workshops

FAFSA Help Night this Wednesday, October 23 at SLV High from 6:30 to 8:00 pm in Rm J4
What is FASFA?  FASFA stands for Free Application for Federal Student Aid.
This is something that every family who has a Senior should be filling out, regardless of where you think you may go to college and even if you are unsure about going to college at this point.  

As part of College and Career Week, there will be a College Financial Aid Advisor in the room J4 computer lab from 6:30 - 8:00 pm to help Senior parents and students who have FAFSA Questions or want some help filling out the Application.  
To RSVP for this event, Click Here

Visit the CRHS webpage SCHOLARSHIPS

College Application Reminders:

  • October 1st: CSU, Cabrillo College and FAFSA Applications Open

  • November 1st: UC Applications can begin to be submitted

  • November 30th: Deadline for all UC & CSU Applications

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In response to students and members of our community who are highly allergic to fragrances and scents, the SLVUSD Board of Trustees adopted a California School Board Association policy to make all district classrooms and offices fragrant neutral. CRHS has parents and/or students with respiratory issues who can have negative reactions to fragrances.


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