Santa Paula High School Campus Briefs

March 29, 2006
Santa Paula High School

Santa Paula High School has administered the California High School Exit Exam.

Santa Paula High School has administered the California High School Exit Exam. The state of California mandates that all students must pass this exam before receiving a high school diploma.Counselors and administrators are enrolling students for fall 2006 classes. If you have any questions regarding class scheduling contact the Counseling Office at ext. 216.SPHS students are currently enrolling for Summer School classes. If students are planning to enroll contact the Counseling Office at 525-4406 extension 252.Special congratulations to two SPHS students who received a scholarship award from the Oxnard Gold Coast Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. Adilene Amaro and Jenae R. Quintana were recognized at a breakfast meeting.Cesar Chavez Day will be celebrated at SPHS during a lunch assembly. The Cesar Chavez committee is also sponsoring an essay contest on the topic “Why We Celebrate Cesar Chavez Holiday”. The winner will be announced on March 29, during a lunch time assembly. Students can submit their essay to Ms. Gunia, the school librarian.
All Honor Roll students earning a GPA of 3.5 or a Perfect Attendance for the first semester were recognized during the month of March. SPHS recognized over 300 students at the luncheon event. Congratulations to the students and their parents.The SPHS Principals Club currently has twenty-one students on the list. In order for a student to be part of the Principals Club they must score above 1500 on the SAT exams. SPHS student SAT scores range from 1560 to 1890 on this year’s results and the list continues to grow. Students will receive special discounts on major school events.SPHS hosted their annual Career Faire on Friday, March 17, 2006. The event took place at McMahan Gymnasium. There were over 70 presenters in attendance representing universities, colleges and career opportunities. This successful event was coordinated by Ms. Lupe GalindoThe Santa Paula Fire Department is currently conducting an Emergency Response Training program for SPHS students. Fire Captain Steve Lazenby and Mr. Steve Lopez, Science Teacher, are working as a team to coordinate the program on campus. The training includes disaster preparedness, fire safety, medical triage and several other areas. The team meets on Tuesdays after school. SPHS has approximately twenty students attending these meetings. For more information contact Robin Gillette, Assistant Principal.

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