Daily Bulletin

Thursday, October 1, 2015

Today’s Quote:  “Change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time.  We are the ones we’ve been waiting for.  We are the change that we seek.” – Barack Obama


Attention students:  The University of the Pacific is a private university in Stockton, California.  This university is ranked 6th amongst private universities in the state of California, and offers a division 1 athletic program.  A representative will be on campus this Friday, October 2nd, for a presentation at 10:00 a.m.  If you are interested in attending, please sign up in the library or online on the Google form.  See Ms. Petroni with any questions.  (Petroni)



NHS:  Hello NHS members!  There will be a meeting during lunch on Friday, October 2nd, in Room #408.  Grab some lunch and bring it to the meeting.  The meeting will start at 12:10 p.m.  To any students thinking about joining NHS; applications are due by October 19th.  See Mr. SP in Room #408!  (Saenz-Payne)


Hope Club:  The Hope Club will meet on Friday, October 2nd, at 12:05 p.m., in the small gym.  (Garcia)


Art Club:  Members, don’t forget to come by after school on Friday, October 2nd, to work on our installation project.  Also, there is a meeting today, during lunch, in Room #45.  See you there!  (Truesdell)


Science Club:  Want to build a rocket out of a bottle?  If so, then bring an empty 2-liter bottle and come to Room #26 today during lunchtime.  We will launch them on Friday, October 2nd, during lunch.  (Gerads)



Hey Bulldogs:  Make sure to attend the food court this Friday, October 2nd.  It will be held by the big gym, from 3:07 to 5:00 p.m.  Hope to see you there!  (Cooper)


Donations:  Hey Bulldogs!  Ceres High School has organized a drive for Butte County, due to the recent wild fire tragedy that has occurred.  Please help the families in need by donating brand new packaged socks,

t-shirts, underwear, or Walmart gift cards.  Bring your donations in to the Doghouse.  This drive ends tomorrow!  (Cooper)


Students:  The ASES Sports Program is looking for volunteers to coach and teach young students skills in soccer, basketball, flag football, and volleyball, throughout the year.  This program will be held at various elementary schools throughout the district.  Practice days are on Mondays and Fridays from 3:30-4:30 p.m.  If you are interested in joining this program as a volunteer, be sure to see Mr. Luke and ask how you can get involved.  (Luke)


Hey Bulldogs:  October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month.  The Ceres Fire Department will again be wearing pink t-shirts during the month of October.  If you are interested in purchasing a pink Ceres Fire Department

t-shirt, they are available in the Doghouse for $15.00 ea. and proceeds will go toward the Bill & Elise Ahlem Cancer Endowment.  Let’s help to support this great cause.  In addition, during the month of October, we encourage everyone to wear pink on Wednesdays. (Louise)


It’s a great day to be a bulldog!


Activities/Athletics 9/28/15-10/4/15:


Thursday, 10/1

Bulldog Celebration, 4th and lunch

Band Booster Meeting, Cafeteria, 6:30pm

Choir Men at Johansen - competition - 7:30am-2:30pm

MGPT Solar Install, TBA

Girls Golf @ Los Banos, 3:30pm

Girls Tennis @ Livingston, 3:00pm

Water Polo at El Capitan, 4:00/6:30pm


Friday, 10/2

Food Court - 3:07-5:00pm

Football vs. Livingston, 5:00/7:00pm


Saturday, 10/3

Band at AppleBees fundraiser, 7am-10am

Volleyball Frosh at Orestimba, TBA




Mission Statement:

Ceres High School is a place where all students will participate in a rigorous, standards based curriculum that fosters improved reading and writing skills in all subject areas.

Ceres High School is a place where:

  • technology is integrated across the curriculum and is used as a tool for improving student achievement.
  • staff and student interaction is positive and every individual is valued as part of the school community.
  • every person accepts responsibility to achieve his/her highest potential as evidenced by student assessment.
  • every person values and takes responsibility for clear communication which enhances collaboration and decision-making.

Principal's Message:

Welcome to the 2015 -16 school year! It’s a great day to be a bulldog!

Students are receiving a quality education at Ceres High School and they are mastering the standards required by the state. We are very proud of the academic success of our students, but there is more. We are increasing the number of students who will be mentored by adults in the community. We are involving more students in Point Break, an activity designed to decrease bullying, promote civility and break down barriers between students. We will continue our activities specifically designed to connect freshmen to high school, including our ambassador peer mentoring program and our Success 101 classes.

We are also offering quarterly events for parents to increase parent involvement in our school. Our goal at Ceres High School is to ensure that Powerful Teaching and Powerful Learning occur in every classroom, every day. In addition, we want your students to become socially adjusted and productive citizens in our community. In other words, we are committed to you and your students. We look forward to working closely with you so that together, we can continue to make Ceres High School the best in the valley!

- Linda Stubbs, Principal


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   Oct 06 2015
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   Oct 11 2015
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   Oct 15 2015
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   Oct 16 2015
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   Oct 19 2015
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