Daily Bulletin

Announcement 4/21/16


  • The James Logan Performing Arts Departments present this year’s spring musical In the Heights.  In the Heights is a 2008 Tony and Grammy Award-winning musical about life in a tight-knit community where the coffee from the corner bodega is light and sweet, the windows are always open and the breeze carries the rhythm of three generations of music. It's a community on the brink of change, and full of hopes and dreams, where the biggest struggles can be deciding which traditions you take with you, and which ones you leave behind. The groundbreaking music and lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda and book by Quiara Alegría Hudes tell the universal story of chasing your dreams and finding your true home. The performers will have audiences dancing in their seats as they present this energetic, Spanish-infused Pulitzer-prize nominated musical!  Performances are Thursday, April 21 at 4:00 p.m., Friday, April 22 at 7:00 p.m., Saturday, April 23 at 7:00 p.m.  Tickets are $12 General Admission and $10 Students (with valid ID).

CLASS (Seniors, Juniors, Sophomores, Freshmen)   

  • Juniors and Seniors participating in Powder puff, tickets will be available after school in Rm. 67. Come by and pick them up ONLY if you have turned in your permission slips. Practice starts Tuesday April 12th for both players and cheerleaders, and permission slips are due this Friday. NO EXCEPTIONS.

  • Attention all students who have been in leadership, have held a class position, and are interested for running for an ASB position for next year, Please pick up an Elections Packet from Mr. Glaze starting Monday April 25th in Rm. 67.

  • Students interested in running for a class officer position or joining Leadership next year. Please see Mr. Glaze in Rm. 67 starting Monday April 25th to discuss what steps you need to take to run.

  • Attention seniors: Achievers will be here for Cap and Gown distribution after school in the Pavilion Lobby, today for last names A-L and Friday for last names M-Z. For seniors who have early dismissal, they will be here from 2:30 until 4:00.

  • JUNIORS: Do you want to check out close to 100 colleges from across the U.S. all in one spot?  Then sign up for this year's Spring College Faire field trip happening May 5. We will be heading to Mission College in Santa Clara. Permission slips for this event are available in the Career Center and are due back in the Career Center by May 2.

  •  Attention Students!  Prom season is coming up and tickets for this year's Junior-Senior Ball tickets are on sale now.  The exclusion list is posted on the Main Office windows facing Colt Court. If you have 60 or more cuts, or have been suspended for fighting, drugs/alcohol possession or paraphernalia, possession of weapons, or harassment/threats, unfortunately you cannot participate. If you feel you are on the list in error, please see your House Principal.


  • Its that time of year again!  M.E.Ch.A is hosting its annual car show on May 6 during lunch!  If you would like to enter your car come by and see Ms. Esquivez in room 407 to pick up an application!

  • Come join the fun today after school for a photo scavenger hunt sponsored by the Youth Alive Club. Meet in room 418. All are welcome!

  • The Youth Alive Bible Club meets today after school in Room 418.  Bible Study is Friday.                                                                                                                                                                                                            


  • Remember to bring your testing ticket and current ID when taking the SAT or ACT tests.  Current ID can be a Driver's License, State ID, Passport or School ID.  School ID must be the actual ID (not a photocopy), and it must be for the current school year.

  •  Community Service count down is on: As of today you have 6 school days and 1 weekend left to complete and turn in for graduation credit, your 20 hours of community service.

  • Yearbooks are on sale for $85, $75 with ASB.

  •  Reminder to all students that if you are found selling cookies, candy, sodas, etc. (any item not approved for an authorized student fundraiser), the items and money will be confiscated. If any of you need a dress for prom the Princess Project has tons of dresses to choose from. Come see Ms. Bobadilla in room 507 or Ms. Esquivez in room 407 for more information.

  • Please support the Puente sophomore class to fundraise for their college field trip to Southern California. Buy tickets for the A's game on Sunday May 29, 2016 at 1:05pm against the Detroit Tigers. Tickets are $20, which includes a $6 food credit. You can purchase them from Puente students or with Ms. Hughes in Room 403. Thank you for all of your support.

  •  Zoe Means Life scholarships are aimed at helping students whose schooling has been affected by a serious illness endured by the student herself or himself, or by a loved one. The scholarship is offered in memory of Zoe Inciong. The due date for the scholarship is tomorrow to Mr. Angeles in House 3. Please see Mrs. B. in 507 if you have questions.