Knight Notes 08/25/19

The schedule for this week is:
Monday, Aug 26 - C Day
Tuesday, Aug 27 - A Day
Wednesday, Aug 28 - B Day
Thursday, Aug 29 - A Day
Friday, Aug 30 - B Day

Attention Seniors!
Homecoming Court Nominations will take place in Gov classes on Thursday and Friday, August 29th & 30th. Each senior will be able to nominate one male and one female classmate.

How to Save for College Presentation - Sep 3
Steve Shapiro, a Certified Financial Planner and Tiffany Zachmeier of Bay Federal Credit Union, will present on How to Save for College and What Good credit Really Means. The presentation will be on Tuesday, September 3, from 6:30pm to 8:00pm in the MPR.

Reducing the impact of college costs requires planning ahead and doing your homework. Even high-income families can (honestly and ethically) pay less for college with planning.
College costs have been going through the roof - UCs now cost $30,000+ per year!

At the presentation, you will learn:
1. Financial Aid Basics – what it is and how your child can get access
2. Common mistakes and how to avoid them
3. Strategies – whether your income is high or low, you can reduce college costs if you plan ahead
4. What “good credit” really means, why it’s important, and how parents can help students build good credit safely and responsibly.

Please contact Branna Banks at with any questions.

Freshmen Elections
A mandatory meeting for all candidates will be held on Monday, 8/26 at lunch in room 220. Voting will take place on 9/4.

Football Season is Here!
Come show your Knight Pride at this season’s first home game against Pajaro Valley on Saturday, September 7th. Don’t forget to purchase your Athletic Family Pass, so you can get discounted admission prices to athletic events all year for the whole family. You can purchase one here.

Club Day - Sep 9
All students! Club Day will be on Monday, September 9th. Only clubs with active status will be permitted to participate, which means all paperwork for renewing and/or starting a club has been completed. ALSO, clubs MUST have a representative at the Club Council meeting in room 312 on Wednesday, September 4th @ lunch. See Ms. Dawson if you have questions.

Homework Club
Does your student need help with homework or need somewhere to study after school? Have your student join us for Homework Club in the Room 219 for one hour after school. Hours are 2:10-3:10pm on Mondays and 2:35-3:35pm Tuesday-Friday. For every 15 hours a student spends in Homework Club they will be given one unit credit toward graduation. Questions? Contact Madeline Britton at ext 110 or Branna Banks at ext 132

Did you remember to complete the Free/Reduced Lunch application?
The benefits of receiving free/reduced lunch extend way beyond the cafeteria. Please read below and consider filling out the attached lunch application. If you qualify, our school could receive substantial funding to support teachers and programs for students, and you could be eligible for the following: FREE college applications, FREE SAT Test, FREE ACT, reduced AP Exam fees, FREE meals.  Click on the link below to complete the Free/Reduced Lunch Application:

Girls Golf Team - Players Wanted
Any girls interested in playing on the golf team please see Mr. Walters ASAP! We're hoping to field a girls team this fall. The season runs from September through October.

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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