Knight Notes 04/29/18


The schedule for this week is:
Monday, April 30 - C Day
Tuesday, May 1 - A Day
Wednesday, May 2 - B Day
Thursday, May 3- A Day
Friday, May 4 - B Day

Spring Musical - Apr 27
The Soquel High Knights of the Square Stage are proud to announce their spring musical: Little Shop of Horrors. Performances are May 3, May 4, and May 5 at 7pm. All shows are in the Soquel High School MPR.

Little Shop of Horrors is a comedic rock musical about a lonely florist who discovers a plant the feeds on human blood. The plant promises to make our hero’s dreams come true, but at what cost? Blending sixties doo-wop with eighties synth, this rock musical is a true crowdpleaser!

Attention Future Auto Mechanics!
Students interested in becoming a licensed auto mechanic in high school have the opportunity to take a course in Engine and Light Repair. The course is taught everyday at Santa Cruz High, period 1. There is great opportunity for job placement! If interested, speak to your counselor.

Soquel High Fund Meeting - May 9
All parents welcome! Please join the SHF, Principal Atlansky and our amazing Student Leadership Representative for our short, monthly meeting to discover what is happening at your student’s school and learn how you can support our students. The meeting is on Wednesday, May 9th from 7-8pm in the SHS Library.

Class Competition is Heating Up!
A $200 prize goes to the class that recruits the most registrants for the annual golf tournament, happening on Friday, May 11th. These funds will help the class offset the cost of their prom. To register as a golfer or sponsor (or both!), please go to the Golf Tournament page of the SHS website, and please be sure to indicate on the registration form which class (9th, 10th, 11th or 12th) referred you. If interested in volunteering to help with the tournament, please contact Christie at christieadonaldson@gmail.com

Community Service for Saturday School Hours - May 11
Your student can earn credit for Saturday School hours by volunteering to clean up at the Soquel High Golf Tournament. The tournament is Friday, May 11th at Delaveaga. We will need volunteers from 5:00 p.m - Approx. 8:30 p.m. Transportation will not be provided. Sign up with Cheryl in the office by Monday, May 7th.

Music Day Celebration - May 12
Smith Renaissance Society at the University of California, Santa Cruz invites the youth of the Soquel High School to attend their annual Music Day celebration! This event is specific for high school and middle school aged youth from adverse backgrounds, encouraging them to seek higher education! Smith Renaissance Society is a group of students who are familiar with the difficulties of coming from a disadvantaged background where support is limited and who would love to reach out and act as a resource for other adverse youth in areas near UCSC. Please see our website link for more information on our society. https://smithsociety.ucsc.edu/

Junior Class Parents - May 16
Please come out to help plan for next year’s senior class Grad Night. The meeting will be held on Wednesday, May 16th in the Soquel High Library. Let’s plan a memorable night for our 2019 grads!

Cap/Gown Delivery - May 17
Seniors/Grads- Cap/Gown/Tassel pick up will be Thursday, May 17. If you have not ordered your cap/gown yet you may stop by and see the Jostens Rep on Tues. May 1st during lunch at the tables in front of the Front Office.

College Fair - May 30
The WACAC College Fair will take place on Wednesday, May 30 from 6-8pm at the Monterey Conference Center. The fair is an opportunity for students to meet with College and University representatives from across the country and take advantage of various admissions and financial aid workshops. Admission to the event is free. To pre-register, to to wacaccollegefair.com and print a personalized code to be scanned by colleges at the fair. For more information, email montereywacacfair@gmail.com

School Prom Transportation Information
Prom season is fast approaching, so this is a good opportunity to remind students and parents of the potential problems that can occur when hiring an unlicensed transportation carrier. Unlicensed carriers operate illegally; fail to demonstrate compliance with insurance, safety, and driver requirements; and are less likely to operate safe vehicles. While there is no guarantee that a ride with a licensed carrier will be problem-free, parents and students are less likely to encounter problems with a licensed company.  Make sure that you receive a written contract for the transportation and check the company’s license (TCP) number at www.cpuc.ca.gov/MoveAndRide

Bell Schedule and Events Calendars
Please check the ABC Day and Bell Schedule and Soquel High Events calendars on the website to stay current with what’s happening!

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