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September 8-11, 2015

posted Sep 8, 2015, 8:12 AM by Santana Sultans   [ updated Sep 8, 2015, 8:13 AM ]

STUDENT BULLETIN:

STUDENT PARKING PERMITS: If you drive to school, you must obtain a student parking permit.  Pick up a green application form in Mrs. King’s office, have a parent sign it and return it to her for your sticker.  You must also reapply if you obtained a parking permit from last year. 

EARLY RELEASE STICKERS: If you get out of school after period 5, please bring your ID card to Mrs. King beginning Monday and get an early release sticker on the back of it.  If you do not have an ID card yet, carry your schedule with you for early release verification.

WORK PERMITS: Effective Tuesday, September 8, your work permit is expired and not longer valid.  Students are required to renew their work permits each school year.  Even if you got your work permit last week it is still expired.  Work permit applications are available in Mrs. King’s office.  Once the application is complete, please return it to Mrs. Bingham in the front office for processing.

YEARBOOKS are now on sale for the lowest prices of the year.  Get yours online or at the finance office.

SENIOR PICTURES: Seniors, you will be graduating this year and that means it’s time to take your senior portrait now.  Schedule yours ASAP with Boyd Anderson.  The session is absolutely free, but your must be photographed there to be featured in the yearbook.  Call 619-444-1184 or go to boydanderson.com.

SUMMER PHOTOS: The yearbook staff is already at work and wants to include your voice on the summer page.  If you have any photos to share please visit hjeshare.com and enter in school code Santana for possible submission in the yearbook.  We are seeking photos of everything, vacations, concerts, summer school, playing sports or even just hanging out in Santee.  We want to show what you really did this summer.

ATTENTION SENIORS: The Parking Lot Auction will Wednesday, September 9th at 2:15 in the bus loop.  Please bring your $50 deposit. 

THE SANTANA BAND AND COLORGUARD is looking for new members.  No experience is necessary to join Colorguard.  If you play a musical instrument, especially a band instrument, we have a place for you.  We travel to parades within San Diego County, and we perform for 1500 people at the District Field Show.  We also play at all the home football games.  Please give this some thought, and if you have any questions, please see Mr. Stalmann in room 602. 

THE CLEAN WATER CLUB will begin recycling cans and bottles in your classrooms next week.  Look for the white buckets and please help us by recycling your cans and plastic bottles.  Not only does recycling help our environment, but the funds we collect help our club with activities and events, such as beach cleanups, as well as help us provide water filters for people in Fiji who do not have clean, safe water to drink. 

ART CLUB: Come to Ms. Rowland’s room (703) at lunch on Tuesday, September 8 for the first Art Club meeting of the year.  This year the Art Club will be painting a mural at local Santee Fire Station 4 and we want you to come and paint.  Don’t know how?  Never painting a mural before? Don’t worry, learning is part of the adventure and Ms. Rowland will be instructing.

THE MIGHTY PURPLE TENNIS NATION has started their season winning 2 of its first 3 matches.  The Benjamin sisters have won an amazing 16 matches in singles play with Sydney winning all 9 of her sets and Melody winning an impressive 7.  In doubles play the Purple Tennis Nation has been led by Karli Marino and Caitlyn McFadden who have won 7 of 9 matches.  JV Nation is 3-0 and been led early by the singles play of Nicole Brundage.  Great start!

CONGRATULATIONS to the Sultan men’s and women’s cross country teams for winning their division in the Vaquero Stampede Invitational competing against 16 other teams.  Kibrom Elias and Janice Deguerio place 1st in their races.  Other Sultans earning medals were:  Karen Cruz, Sarah Durham, Hannah Lockmann, Bridgett Smith, Carmen Gonzales, Joseph Rowe, Daniel Wilcox, Vincent Veletta and Zane Moore.  Way to go!

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