June Bulletin 2018


Our 10th, 11th, and 12th grade English class Mystery Writers have completed their mystery short stories! Over 1000 pages of mystery and intrigue. Next year, our creative writers will continue their quest of solving mysteries and dabble in film/literature and fantasy/science fiction.



The final class culmination for our mystery writers at Sarah Winchester's Mystery House



We all decided that Sarah and her architect may have had a little MC Escher inspiration.




Here are students learned on their visit ~

The Winchester Mystery House has 160 rooms including 40 bedrooms, 40 staircases, 13 bathrooms, 6 kitchens, 10,000 window panes, 2,000 doors, 52 skylights, 47 fireplaces, three elevators, two basements and just one shower. Yes, you read that right. One shower.

If there are 47 fireplaces in the house, you'd think that there'd be 47 chimneys right? Wrong. There are only 17. Some of the fireplaces were wood-burning, gas, or coal.

Mrs. Winchester was OBSESSED with the number 13, and you can tell just by looking around her house.


There are 13 hooks in some closets, 13 blue and amber stones in a special window she designed, 13 ceiling panels in the Entrance Hallway, 13 windows in the 13th bathroom and even more.

One that stuck out in our minds was the room with no floor or ceiling that is tucked between her bedroom and the undeniably spooky Seance room.

Students admired the outside garden areas which are home to some curious things as well, including a $20,000 English Yew tree that towers over 12,000 boxwood hedges, 1,500 major plants, shrubs, trees -- and even greenery called Monkey Puzzle, which is native to Chile.
















Yearbook 
YOU CAN STILL BUY A YEARBOOK!!!

Hello Coast Redwood families!  Though we just had our Yearbook Release Party this past Wednesday, you can still order the 2017-18 yearbook. They will arrive later at whatever address you provide and have shipping included in the purchase.  Be aware, though the yearbook is still the original price ($31.35), ordering now will incur some tax and shipping costs.

To purchase, go to www.treering.com/validate a
nd enter our school's passcode: 1014438124483657.




SENIOR COLLEGE COMMITMENTS
The class of 2018 may be a small class, but they are mighty! We are very proud of each and every senior. Come join in celebrating their graduation from Coast Redwood High School on Friday, June 8 at 12:30 pm at the Fall Creek Outdoor Amphitheater.

Congratulations to our seniors as we wish them well as they move towards their new academic and life destinations ~

Brynna Beddell - Paul Mitchell Cosmetology College

Jacob Burgess - Cabrillo College

Jason Erwin - Cabrillo College

Justin Erwin - Cabrillo College

Daniel Halberstadt - Willamette University

Bella Hayes - Sonoma State University

Cassie Heron - Cabrillo College

Myles Laurin - College of the Siskiyous

Ben Murphy - Cabrillo College

Harmony Perna - College of the Siskiyous

Portia Simmons - Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Cameron Snider - Cabrillo College





Headwaters Outdoor School Trip
Brian and Wade will be taking 15-26 of our Coast Redwood High School students to Headwaters on Monday, September 24 through Friday, September 28. 

What is Headwaters? Headwaters Outdoor School website

At Headwaters Outdoor School in Northern California, near Mt Shasta, where the staff teaches primitive skills Earth People have used throughout time to survive in kinship with the Earth. Skills include Wilderness Survival, Tracking, Edible and Medicinal Plants, Nature Awareness, Earth Philosophy and many others.

We are excited to bring our students to Headwaters in the fall and make it an annual tradition. Marcy's program at the CR Middle School has taken a journey to Headwaters as well as the Nature Academy whose 6th-grade students make an annual trip with their teacher.

Students who are interested will be required to attend 3 Friday "conditioning workshops" on Friday, September 7, 14 and 21st. Brian and Wade will be taking students to Castle Rock, and two other parks nearby in order to prepare them for Mt Shasta's environment.

Parent Chaperons are welcome and we may need drivers!

Sign-up being taken right now. Contact your teacher for a sign-up form.

Cost: $375.00 per student includes transportation and all meals
Fundraising: Immediately in the fall we will begin our Toyota Drive for School (September) and volunteers for the Redwood Mt Faire (June)
Transportation: Vans and cars
Deposit: $150.00 due June 1st (or sooner)
Balance due: August 17




Shakespeare Festival in Ashland Oregon Trip
Kay and Amber are bringing back our annual trek up to Ashland Oregon to enjoy 3 nights and 4 days in Ashland, Oregon. Students will stay at a local hotel and enjoy 6-8 plays and workshops over three days. A visit to Southern Oregon University will be on our itinerary where we will visit their theater program and explore the campus.

Parent Chaperones are welcome and we may need drivers!

Sign-up being taken right now. Contact your teacher for a sign-up form. 

When: May 2019
Cost: dependent on our transportation arrangments but plan on raising $450.00 per student. 
Typically this trips' costs come down to around $350.00 dependent on transportation costs.
Hotel: students are arranged four to a room to keep cost down.
Transportation: Vans and cars. If we have enough students attending we will look into a charter bus.
Deposit: $150.00 due in late September.
Fundraising: Immediately in the fall we will begin our Toyota Drive for School (September)and volunteers for the 
Redwood Mt Faire (June)
Pre-requisite: Enrollment in "Chill with Will" one semester class prior to the trip



 







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