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Tuesday, May 9th 2017

Students, don't wait until Friday to sign up to enjoy the prom. No, you don't have to spend a bunch of money on a suit or dress, no, you aren't expected to rent a limo. Just come as you are even if you're not sure about bringing a date. You will have a good time. But, you won't be allowed to join the festivities without a signed parent permission form and you won't be able to bring a guest from another KHSD school if they've not been cleared. 

 

It is important to remember, however, this is a school activity and all rules for Nueva and the Kern High School District will be enforced. Yes, there will be two police officers in attendance and the goal is to give them nothing to do- law enforcement wise, for the evening. 

 

The evening begins at 6 and unless you have made arrangements with Mr. Weir ahead of time, you will not be allowed to enter after 7:30 pm. There will be a DJ, food, and plenty of water and punch to quench your thirst. 

 

Nueva hopes to see you Friday evening. Please see Mr. Weir if you have any questions. 

 

If you need your yearbook photo taken today, please stop by and see Mrs. Guerra to get your photo taken.  Today is the last day to take pictures if you want your picture in the yearbook.

Have you ordered your Yearbook yet?  Friday is the last day!  You can give a deposit and pay the rest when they get here.  Please see Mrs. Gabion

Seniors, if you plan on attending this year’s senior trip to the Santa Monica Pier, make sure to get your slips in as soon as possible.  The trip will be on May 23rd from 9-8.

 

If you know for sure that you won’t attend summer school, let Mrs. Elias know so she won’t schedule you.

For lunch today we will have orange chicken and rice bowl, shaved turkey and cheese sandwhiches, or a veggie and hummus salad

 

Happy Teacher’s Appreciation Week!  Students, remember to thank your teachers for all they do.

Our Quote of the day is from Bob Talbert "Teaching kids to count is fine, but teaching them what counts is best."