Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Today’s quote:  “They that can give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.” – Benjamin Franklin


Attention students:  Are you interested in a career in Education?  Oneida Escobar, will be here from CSU Stanislaus, for a career workshop, on Tuesday, April 14th, during lunch.  Please sign-up!  Print your name and your 4th period class on the sign-up sheet in the library in order to attend.  (Narayan)



PHAST:  The PHAST meeting scheduled for this week is canceled.  There will be a PHAST Club meeting when we come back from break on Friday, April 17th at 12:00 p.m. in Room #40.  (Azevedo/Alvarez)


Safe Club:  Members, we are having a mandatory meeting today at lunch, to discuss important food court information.  Bring your lunch to Room #1 at 12:10 p.m.  See you there!  (Figueroa)


Mu Alpha Theta:  Members, see Mr. Maestas to sign up for t-shirts.  The deadline to purchase or sign up for t-shirts is Friday, April 2nd.  (Maestas)



Girls Tennis:  Players, please come to the Doghouse today at lunchtime to pick-up your certificates and patches.  Be in the Doghouse at 12:15 p.m.  Please be on time!  (Amaral)



Hey Bulldogs:  Tie-dye your way into culture at our lunch activity today on the amphitheater stage.  Hopefully you brought your white tees to tie-dye!  (Cooper)


Seniors:  Senior trip tickets to Magic Mountain are now available to purchase in the Doghouse.  Tickets are available to purchase during lunch or after school only.  Don’t miss out!  (Amaral)


Prom:  Permission slips for the Prom are now available in the Doghouse.  You must have a completed permission slip and your CHS ID with you in order to sign-up for your prom bus on April 14th.  (Amaral)


Hey Bulldogs:  The Art Club will be painting faces on Multi-Culture Day.  Make sure to come and support your Art Club.  Paintings are 50 cents each.  (Tomao)


Students:  If you do not have a parking sticker on your vehicle, you are not allowed to park on campus.  See the discipline office for an application to get your official CHS student parking sticker.  Also, please be advised that on April 13th, beanies/knitted hats and hoodies will no longer be authorized to wear.  Reminder:  Hats of any kind are not to be worn during school hours.  Staff will confiscate these items and turn them into the discipline office.  (Luke)


Class of 2017:  Hey Sophomores!  Are you ready for an amazing Prom next year?  Well, we need your help!  Come to Room #10 to pick up your carwash tickets to sell for our carwash on April 11th.  See you there!  (Krisko)


It’s a great day to be a bulldog!


Activities/Athletics 3/30/15-4/5/15

Multi-Culture Week

Manufacturing Snack Sale, 3/30-4/2

Senior Trip Tickets go on sale at lunch



Baseball vs. Los Banos, 4:00pm

Girls Soccer @ Pacheco, 4pm

Track vs. Patterson, 3:30pm

Boys Tennis vs. Delhi, 3:30pm

AP Night, Cafeteria, 6:30pm

Say Something Assembly - 1st and 2nd period for 9th and 10th graders

Lunch Activity: Make your own Tie Dye shirt by the Doghouse



Multi Culture Day - A - B Schedule

Baseball at Los Banos, 4:00pm

Softball vs. Patterson, 4:00pm

Boys Tennis at Los Banos, 3:00pm

Boys Golf at El Capitain, 3:30pm





Saturday, April 4th

FFA @ CUSD Blaker Farm, 11am-7pm


Monday, April 6th - 9th

Baseball - McRae Tournament


Thursday, April 9th - 11th

Softball @ Tracy, TBA


Saturday, April 11th

Class 2017 Car Wash, 8am-12pm



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 2014-15 school year! It’s a great day to be a bulldog!

2013-14 was a great year for students and staff! Your students are getting 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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