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Please come and support our BG Staff vs. BG Police Dept. on November 7, 2019 at 5:30 pm. Tickets are $5.00. Come and cheer for your favorite BGHS staff members. 

Posted 10/29/19

Congratulations! We are proud of your dedication to pursue a 4 year college/university education. 

Posted 10/29/19

October 29, LEO Club invites you for treats in Room 502 this TUESDAY during NUTRITION. Regular  Weds lunch meetings resume next week. Pathways, AVID students and prospective members are especially welcome!

Posted 10/28/19

Join us November 1st, 2019 for our 1st After-School All-Star Dia de Los Muertos Celebration !!!

 

Our Dia de Los Muertos Celebration will celebrate the life of those who have passed on with a community Altar.

 

Pictures and ofrendas welcomed!  Students and community can take part in a skull decorating booth as well as face-painting.

 

There will be cotton candy and popcorn for those students who sign in to the All-Stars sheets, don't miss it! 

Posted 10/28/19

MEChA De BG returns back today and meets every other Friday in room 414 at lunch. Come join the club that promotes Higher Education, Cultural and Political Awareness . Everyone is welcome to attend! Tentative Future Events : Arsalyn Conference, Raza Youth Conference at UCLA, and LMU. More info contact Melissa Ochoa President or Citlaly Rodriguez Vice President or Mr. Lianoz, Advisor, Mecha De B.G.. room 414

Posted 10/25/19

Let's get ready for Friday's Pumpkin Painting Party Social in room 313 from 3:00-4:15!

 

*If you already signed up and are still coming, please remember your $2 donation. 

 

*If you can not make it, please come by room 313 and cross your name off the list by Thursday during lunch. We will be buying the pumpkins and snacks that afternoon and would like a head count of how many/much to purchase. 

 

*If you did not get a chance to sign up and would still like to participate, come to room 313 and put your name on the list.

 

Thank you!

Ms. Anaya

Room 313

 

 

Posted 10/22/19

BGHS will promote the following days for Red Ribbon 

Week to increase School wide participation...

 

Wed 10/23 Put a Lid on Drugs! (Caps/hats), Thurs. 10/24 Sock it to Drugs! (Wear Crazy Socks), and Fri. 10/25 Proud To Be Drug Free! (Wear Red) class with most red will receive a catered breakfast!

Posted 10/22/19

All are welcome on Nov 7, 2019 to join us for a worthy cause, Hoops for Hope. BGPD vs. BGHS Basketball game at 5:30 pm at the BGHS Big gym for only $5.00. Help us find a cure!

Posted 10/21/19

New Life Christian Fellowship meets every Monday at lunch at the  UPPEROOM 414, everyone is always welcome to attend! Come join our fellowship that will change your life! Come as you are!  join us for our weekly bible study, hearing the  WORD OF GOD.!bibles are provided. Thanks to everyone for your attendance weekly at Bible Study about 35-40 students weekly!Tentative upcoming events: Advent Calendar sale, Para Los Ninos Outreach, Winter Jam The Road Show, Spirit West Coast Christian Concerts at Toyota Arena in Ontario. LIT Youth Christian Conference at Biola University in La Mirada, Hillsong L.A. Church/U.S.C. Village field trip, Christian Movie Night. 2019-20 New Life Officers are Adrain Barranza, Daniel Nogal Co Presidents, Estefany Hurtado, Vice President, Melissa Ochoa , Secretary, Citlaly Rodriguez, Treasure. more info in room 414 or contact Mr Lianoz, New Life Christian Fellowship Advisor.

Posted 10/18/19
Posted 10/17/19

CSF Members-

Please meet at Petruzzi Gate tomorrow at 12:40 to take the yearbook photo. No formal meeting.

Posted 10/16/19
Posted 10/15/19

Young Legislators

Assemblymember Cristina Garcia, California State Assembly, 58th District

Overview of Program

Inspired by Assemblymember Cristina Garcia’s desire to educate — and enrich the lives of — adolescents within her district, the Young Legislators Program seeks to provide high school students with the opportunity to become acquainted with the legislative process and to integrate themselves within their local communities through service. Upon completion of this program, participating individuals will have cultivated a thorough understanding of legislative politics and will be well-equipped with the means necessary to become “leaders of tomorrow.”

The Young Legislators Program consists of both legislative education and community service. By means of the former, students will be able to learn about the process by which proposed bills become laws. And so, participants will routinely discuss among each other possible ideas for legislation and learn how to draft, submit and ultimately win approval for these ideas. On the other hand, the latter portion of the program will give Young Legislators the hands-on experience of working within their communities through attendance of local events hosted by Asm. Garcia’s district office. Moreover, all students who complete the program will travel to Sacramento to hold mock committee meetings and a floor session at the State Capitol building.

Please note that application to — and participation in — the Young Legislators Program is free of cost.

 

Link to apply to program:

 

https://a58.asmdc.org/young-legislators

 

 

Deadlline is Oct. 31, 2019

 

 

 

 

 

Posted 10/15/19

Dear LEO Club, and BG Community (AVID, Pathways and other clubs): 

 

This Saturday, October 19, 2019, the Leo Club invites new and potential  members to join us as we help other Leos of Southern California at a beach clean up sponsored by the Lions Club. Come to today's  Tuesday meeting (10/15/19) , during lunch, in ROOM 502. Pick up permission slips and find out details. We will leave the school in a district bus at 8 am sharp and return by 3 p.m. The beach is Seal Beach. 

 

Only 50 student spots available for this FREE field trip/community service opportunity. Don't miss out. We will provide lunch and games after we do our clean up. Wear hats, sunscreen, appropriate footwear. Bring a towel if you want to get wet or suntan. 

 

If you miss the meeting, contact Mr. W. Rodriguez after school in Room C-8. 

 

 

 

Posted 10/14/19
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Hey juniors, 

 

Join the remind app to keep up with events concerning your class!

 

Text ecfg8g2d to 81010 or download the remind app and use code ecfg8g2d

 

Only juniors please!!

                                          sincerely,

                                                      Your Junior Class President

Posted 10/8/19

Swing by the ASB room to view our Freshmen shirts. On sale for $10.00 during nutrition, lunch, and after school. 

Senior gear is also available to view...come and pre-order your merchandise $15 Senior Shirts/ $25 Hoodies during nutrition, lunch, and after school. 

 

 

Posted 10/6/19

Posted 10/4/19

COME AUDITION FOR OUR 1ST SHOW/WINTER PERFORMANCE! AUDITIONS WILL TAKE PLACE IN ROOM 32 DURING 6TH PERIOD AND AFTER SCHOOL ON WED., THURS., FRIDAY OF THIS WEEK.

NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY; HOWEVER, COMMITMENT AND TIME-MANAGEMENT REQUIRED.

1ST SHOW: AGATHA CRISTIE'S MOUSETRAP

SPRING SHOW: MEAN GIRLS

 

Posted 10/1/19

Freshman Class Shirt 

Sale starts 10/3/19

ASB Store during Nutrition and Lunch

$10.00

Class of 2023 gets your quick!

First come first serve!

Posted 10/1/19

Grand Opening!!

Lancer Cafe will sell Refreshing Strawberry Lemonade on Thursday  10/03/19

$3 each lemonade or 

***SPECIAL 2 Lemonades for $5***

During lunch and After School in C-7

 

 

Posted 10/1/19

Tryouts are this Thursday Oct 3rd at 3pm in the big gym. Bring athletic clothing, water, and a print out of your school loop grades. Any questions see Coach Ware in room 404.

Posted 10/1/19

All students 9-12th grade are welcome

Saturday, October 12, 2019

7pm-11:30pm

$45.00

888 Montebello Blvd,

Rosemead, Ca. 91170

 

Dinner included

No jeans allowed 

Swing by the ASB room for more details!

Posted 9/30/19

Big Gym 3:15 to 4:15.  All grade levels are welcome.  

Posted 9/24/19

Come out and nominate someone who has made you feel welcomed to BGHS! All students are encouraged to participate. 

 

Homecoming Court is composed of  ladies and gentlemen who were nominated then voted for by their respective classes           (9th-12th).

 

The court will then be honored at the Homecoming Game (10/11/19) and Homecoming Dance (10/12/19). 

 

9th-11th graders need an ID 

12th graders need a prior year ID/ Class Schedule w ID# /California ID / Driver’s License

 

Posted 9/22/19

All 9th grade students are invited to an informational meeting regarding this year's Homecoming float. The meeting will be on 9/23 in room 112 during lunch. Please attend to find out this year's float theme and to show your school spirit. 

Posted 9/20/19

Come join us for our weekly bible study at lunch on Mondays in the UPPEROOM 414, be part of a uplifting and embracing Christian Fellowship Club on campus thanks to the "48 STUDENTS"who came out last week to hear Gods word."Come as you are!" Everyone is always welcome to attend students and staff! "Take one step forward towards him and the living GOD and Creator will take 10 steps towards your heart"! bibles are provided (NLT Translation) and light snacks will be provided. Upcoming Tentative events, L.I.T. Teen Conference at Biola University(January), Winter Jam, The Road Show, Spirit West Coast Christian Concerts Dates TBA at Toyota Arena in Ontario, Hillsong L.A Church /U.S.C Village Field Trip. More Info contact Joseph Lianoz, New Life Christian Fellowship Club Advisor, room 414.

Posted 9/20/19

Interesting Hispanic Heritage Month Facts: http://www.softschools.com/facts/holidays/hispanic_heritage_month_facts/786/

 

  • National Hispanic Heritage Month is meant to celebrate the long history of Latino and Hispanic Americans heritage, customs, legacies, achievements, and contributions to the United States and to the world.
  • National Hispanic Heritage Month is observed in the United States, Canada, and Latin America.
  • National Hispanic Heritage Month begins on September 15th, which is the date the anniversary of the independence of Nicaragua, Honduras, Guatemala, El Salvador, and Costa Rica. The length of National Hispanic Heritage Month goes until October 15th, a few days day past the date that Christopher Columbus discovered America, October 12th.
  • Mexico celebrates its independence on September 16th.
  • Chile celebrates its independence on September 18th.
  • Belize celebrates its independence on September 21st.
  • The first year that Hispanic heritage was celebrated on a national level was 1968, when it began as a week-long celebration. It was approved by former United States President Lyndon Johnson.
  • President Ronald Reagan expanded it to its present length in 1988. It became law on August 17th, 1988.
  • Celebrations for National Hispanic Heritage Month include film screenings, concerts, festivals with food and crafts and other goods, and museum exhibits.
  • Spanish is the second most spoken language in the United States and the 4th most spoken language in the world.
  • There are approximately 53 million individuals of Hispanic ancestry in the United States today.
  • Hispanics are the largest ethnic or race minority in the United States, making up approximately 17% of the population.
  • It is estimated that by the year 2060, the Hispanic population in the United States will constitute approximately 31% of the population.
  • Of the Hispanic population in the United States, approximately 65% are from a Mexican heritage.
  • The following states all have a Hispanic population of at least 500,000 = Washington, Virginia, Texas, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, New York, New Mexico, New Jersey, Nevada, Massachusetts, Illinois, Georgia, Florida, Colorado, California, and Arizona.
  • There are approximately 1.1 million veterans of the United States armed forces who are Hispanic or Latino.
  • Famous writers and journalists with Hispanic heritage include Isabel Allende, Julia Alvarez, Rudolfo Anaya, Sandra Cisneros, Oscar Hijuelos, Maria Hinojosa, Geraldo Rivera, Louis Santeiro, and Gary Soto.
  • Famous actors and actresses with Hispanic heritage include Desi Arnaz, Lynda Carter, Sammy Davis Jr., Cameron Diaz, Emilio Estevez, America Ferrera, Andy Garcia, Salma Hayek, Rita Hayworth, Raul Julia, Jennifer Lopez, Anthony Quinn, and Charlie Sheen.
  • Famous singers with Hispanic heritage include Linda Ronstadt, Jennifer Lopez, Sammy Davis Jr., Christina Aguilera, Gloria Estefan, Trini Lopez, Ricky Martin, Carlos Santana, Selena, and Rita Moreno.
  • Famous athletes with Hispanic heritage include Roberto Alomar, Jose Canseco, Oscar De La Hoya, Scott Gomez, Pedro Martinez, Sammy Sosa, Alex Rodriguez and Nancy Lopez.
  • Leaders and Activists with Hispanic heritage include Joan Baez, Cesar Chavez, David Barkley, Linda Chavez-Thompson, and Ernesto Galarza.
  • Famous scientists with Hispanic heritage include Severo Ochoa, Luis Walter Alvarez, and Mario Molina (Nobel Prize winners), and Ellen Ochoa, Franklin Chang-Diaz, and Carlos Noriega (astronauts).

 

For more information and/or fun activities:

https://www.census.gov/newsroom/facts-for-features/2019/hispanic-heritage-month.html

https://www.hispanicheritagemonth.org/index.php/classroom

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Hispanic_Heritage_Month

Posted 9/18/19

Interesting Hispanic Heritage Month Facts: http://www.softschools.com/facts/holidays/hispanic_heritage_month_facts/786/

 

  • National Hispanic Heritage Month is meant to celebrate the long history of Latino and Hispanic Americans heritage, customs, legacies, achievements and contributions to the United States and to the world.
  • National Hispanic Heritage Month is observed in the United States, Canada, and Latin America.
  • National Hispanic Heritage Month begins on September 15th, which is the date the anniversary of the independence of Nicaragua, Honduras, Guatemala, El Salvador, and Costa Rica. The length of National Hispanic Heritage Month goes until October 15th, a few days day past the date that Christopher Columbus discovered America, October 12th.
  • Mexico celebrates its independence on September 16th.
  • Chile celebrates its independence on September 18th.
  • Belize celebrates its independence on September 21st.
  • The first year that Hispanic heritage was celebrated on a national level was 1968, when it began as a week-long celebration. It was approved by former United States President Lyndon Johnson.
  • President Ronald Reagan expanded it to its present length in 1988. It became law on August 17th, 1988.
  • Celebrations for National Hispanic Heritage Month include film screenings, concerts, festivals with food and crafts and other goods, and museum exhibits.
  • Spanish is the second most spoken language in the United States and the 4th most spoken language in the world.
  • There are approximately 53 million individuals of Hispanic ancestry in the United States today.
  • Hispanics are the largest ethnic or race minority in the United States, making up approximately 17% of the population.
  • It is estimated that by the year 2060, the Hispanic population in the United States will constitute approximately 31% of the population.
  • Of the Hispanic population in the United States, approximately 65% are from a Mexican heritage.
  • The following states all have a Hispanic population of at least 500,000 = Washington, Virginia, Texas, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, New York, New Mexico, New Jersey, Nevada, Massachusetts, Illinois, Georgia, Florida, Colorado, California, and Arizona.
  • There are approximately 1.1 million veterans of the United States armed forces who are Hispanic or Latino.
  • Famous writers and journalists with Hispanic heritage include Isabel Allende, Julia Alvarez, Rudolfo Anaya, Sandra Cisneros, Oscar Hijuelos, Maria Hinojosa, Geraldo Rivera, Louis Santeiro, and Gary Soto.
  • Famous actors and actresses with Hispanic heritage include Desi Arnaz, Lynda Carter, Sammy Davis Jr., Cameron Diaz, Emilio Estevez, America Ferrera, Andy Garcia, Salma Hayek, Rita Hayworth, Raul Julia, Jennifer Lopez, Anthony Quinn, and Charlie Sheen.
  • Famous singers with Hispanic heritage include Linda Ronstadt, Jennifer Lopez, Sammy Davis Jr., Christina Aguilera, Gloria Estefan, Trini Lopez, Ricky Martin, Carlos Santana, Selena, and Rita Moreno.
  • Famous athletes with Hispanic heritage include Roberto Alomar, Jose Canseco, Oscar De La Hoya, Scott Gomez, Pedro Martinez, Sammy Sosa, Alex Rodriguez and Nancy Lopez.
  • Leaders and Activists with Hispanic heritage include Joan Baez, Cesar Chavez, David Barkley, Linda Chavez-Thompson, and Ernesto Galarza.
  • Famous scientists with Hispanic heritage include Severo Ochoa, Luis Walter Alvarez, and Mario Molina (Nobel Prize winners), and Ellen Ochoa, Franklin Chang-Diaz, and Carlos Noriega (astronauts).

 

For more information and/or fun activities:

https://www.census.gov/newsroom/facts-for-features/2019/hispanic-heritage-month.html

https://www.hispanicheritagemonth.org/index.php/classroom

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Hispanic_Heritage_Month

Posted 9/18/19

Our next meeting is Thursday, 9/19 at lunch in room 108.

Please bring completed application and grade report for SPRING 2019.

Posted 9/17/19

Credit Recovery permission slips will be available on 9/17/19 for 12th grade students only. After that, 11th grade students can pick-up permissions slips.

 

Classes will begin on Monday, September 23, 2019  and all coursework must be completed by Friday, December 13, 2019.

 

 

Credit Recovery registration will be done during NUTRITION, LUNCH, BEFORE or AFTER-SCHOOL.

 

Registration for 12th grade students:  Wed., Sept.. 18 and Thurs. Sept. 19 with their counselors.

 

Registration for 11th grade students: Mon. Sept. 23th and Tues. Sept. 24th with their counselors.

 

Registration for everyone else: Wed. Sept. 25 and after or until classes are full.

 

Only students with completed permission slips and All-Star applications will be enrolled into classes.

 

 

 

Classes available in Credit Recovery:

 

-English 1, 2, 3, 4; and American Lit. 1, 2\

 

-World Hist./Geog 1, 2; US Hist 1, 2; and Ethnic Studies

 

-Coordinated Science 1, 2, 3, and 4

 

-Algebra 1 (1st sem or 2nd sem.); Geometry 1, 2;

 

- Health

 

Student CANNOT take classes they are currently enrolled in

 

Subject

Teacher

Room

Days

Times

English

Ms. Pedregon

108

TWThF

6:45-7:45 am

English

Mr. G. Rodriguez

32

Wednesdays

3:00-7:00 pm

English

Dr. Villalobos

112

Tuesdays

3:00-7:00 pm

History

Ms. Kocharian

502

Monday

3:00-7:00 pm

History

Mr. Valadez

42

T&Th

3:00-5:00 pm

Health

Dr. Almaguer

403

Wed. and Thurs.

3:00-5:00 pm

Math

Mr. Torres

412

Thursdays

3:00-7:00 pm

Science

Mr. Jarquin

211

T&Th

3:00-5:00 pm

 

 

Posted 9/17/19
Posted 9/9/19

New Life Christian Fellowship Club meets every Monday at Lunch In the UPPEROOM 414.Come join us for a bible study and fellowship, Bibles provided!bring your lunch snacks provided   Our current bible study includes The Wisdom Series from the book of Proverbs.  Everyone is. welcome to attend!, Come as you are!Tentative future events  Winter Jam,  The Road Show , Spirit West Coast Christian Concerts at Toyota Arena in Ontario, Christian Movie Fellowships,  L.I.T.Youth Christian Conference at Biola University, HILLSONG L.A. CHURCH field trip. any questions and info contact  Mr. Lianoz, in the UPPEROOM 414, NEW LIFE Christian Fellowship Club Advisor. 

Posted 9/6/19

Monday (09-09-19) will be the first 2019/2020 school year meeting for the Lancer Cafe Club. This meeting will take place in room C-5 @ lunch!!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted 9/3/19

Monday (09-09-2019) The Lancer Cafe Club will have its first 2019 school year meeting. The meeting will take place in C-5 @ lunch!!!

Posted 9/3/19

Attention all Sophomore's, Juniors, and Seniors! Are you in need of Elective or Fine Arts credits to meet your A-G requirements? I am offering a course in Computer Graphics through ROP that meets on Mondays and Wednesdays from 3:15pm - 5:45pm in room 30. My class has already begun but I still have a few slots available so please don't miss out on this opportunity. You can either sign up in the Career Center or come straight to class today 8/28/19.

 

I'm looking forward to seeing you in class.

 

 

Mr. Ortiz

Posted 8/28/19

BGHS Staff and Students:

 

The Club and Sports Fair will be next Friday, August 30th during lunchtime in the Horseshoe area; the event will begin at 12:22 pm.  This is a great opportunity for students to learn about how they can get involved in school activities.  

 

Staff: Please designate 2-3 students who will set-up your organization's table and give them a note excusing them at 12:00 pm from their 4th period classes.  After the lunch bell rings, your group will need to clean their areas.  If needed, I will give your students a late note to 5th period.

 

If you want to participate, please email Ms. Larios at  larios_susana@montebello.k12.ca.us   the name of your group only.  For this event, the Counseling Office will NOT be providing tables, so please ask at the Principal's Office for tables or bring your own. Also, feel free to bring visuals, music, give-aways, candy, fliers, etc. for students.

 

Have a great week!!

 

Counseling Office

Posted 8/26/19

It's that time again! AVID seniors are available again this year during their AVID period (5th or 6th) to help you with your college door to display at Back to School Night.

 

Beginning Tuesday, Sept. 3, they will

1-cut and hang butcher paper and 

2-cut letters to place on your door.

(please provide scissors and masking tape)

 

From there, you can add photos, diplomas, information, and other college memorabilia. Have fun! Represent! Thank you for promoting a college-going culture at BGHS!

 

See last year's doors on the BGHS AVID website.

https://bhs-montebellousd-ca.schoolloop.com/cms/page_view?d=x&piid=&vpid=1319540408988&no_controls=t&group_id=1319264655936

 

Posted 8/26/19
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New Life Christian Fellowship will begin the school year with a bible study in the "UPPERROOM" 414 at lunch Everyone is welcome to attend!. Our Bible study will be on 'Wisdom" come join us for the month long Wisdom Series from the Book of Proverbs in the Old Testament. Bibles are provided NLT Translation. Upcoming events include Bible Studies, Teen Christian Conference at Biola University, Winter Jam, Road Show, Spirit West Coast  Concerts at Toyota Arena in Ontario, Fundraisers, Hillsong L.A. Church and more, any questions on club or events contact Mr. Lianoz, New Life Christian Fellowship Club Advisor, room 414.

Posted 8/23/19

Attention Seniors, Juniors, and Sophomores!!
Are you interested in a class that provides hands on training and preparation to join today’s
workforce?
Then ROP is for you! Stop by today and pick up one of our Fall schedules in the Career Center. Please let
us know if you have any questions. We are here to help you and guide you on your road to success.

Classes begin Saturday, August 24th . Don’t procrastinate because space is limited. Come in and sign up
today! We look forward to seeing you helping you here in the Career Center.

 

Click on the image below to view or Fall 2019 Schedule.

 

Posted 8/22/19

Click on the link below to access the Quizlet account for your class period.

 

Turn It In.com account information will be shared in class.

Posted 8/21/19

Join us on Thursday Aug. 29, @ 5:30 pm to watch a film about what is in your water and kitchen ware.

Community Service hours will be given. Register now using the link https://bit.ly/30rvjHM

See Ms. Jimenez in room 309 if you have any questions.

Posted 8/18/19

Estudiantes, estoy subiendo de nuevo al sistema la tarea de verano.Por favor no se olviden de hacerlo.

Posted 7/16/19

Any boys interested in playing boys basketball next year need to participate in the summer skills camp. Camp is on Monday and Wed night from 6pm-8pm. Camp starts Wed July 3rd. Please bring water and athletic clothing. Any boys wishing to sign up for camp and tryout for the team need to see Coach Ware in room 404.

Posted 7/2/19

Hello Lancers!

 

The Cross Country and Track and Field Coaches would like to invite interested students to join us on July 1, 2019, to come and work out with us at our Cross Country and Track and Field Summer Camp.  Come meet with us, ready to work out in running attire and good supportive running shoes.  We are award-winning teams ready to take on all newcomers and running veterans to the sport. We will have our first meeting at the east end of the bleachers, 1:00 PM on Monday.   See you there!

Posted 6/25/19

Click on the link on the BGHS homepage to see your English summer assignment which is due the first week of school in August. If you have any questions, please email Mrs. Pedregon or see her in room 108 during summer school hours.

Posted 6/17/19

Hello future AP Biology Students!

 

All students taking AP Biology are responsible for the biochemistry material covered in the three handouts. There will be an exam the first week of school. 

 

* You will be able to check out the textbook two weeks before school begins, however you can get a head start by studying the Power Points, websites, activities, and videos.

 

You will find the assignment and materials in Ms. Anaya's AP Biology School Loop website.

 

Thank you, 

We look forward to a great year in AP Biology!

 

-AP BIO Teachers

Posted 6/11/19

Posted 6/10/19

Please make sure you follow the link, read the short story and answer all the questions. Do not forget to write exactly as it is suggessted to do.

Link 

https://www.literatura.us/rulfo/perros.html

Due date:  2nd day of class

 

All the writing is to be done en español

Posted 6/10/19

Hello Seniors!

 

Activities just for you next week  June 10 - 13

 

Monday June 10

Panorama in the BIG GYM at 9:00 am - come ready with your cap & gown

Extra tassels on sale in BIG GYM FOR $15

 

Tuesday June 11

Hypnotist Show in the auditorium.  THE SHOW OF THE YEAR !!!  9:45 am sharp  FREE ADMISSION

 

Wednesday June 12

  • Graduation Practice 8:00 am at our football field. Wear comfortable clothing in case of warm weather- don't wear black clothing.  Bring water.  
  • Must attend practice to graduate !!
  • Mr. Herrera will also inform you of  graduation info for you and your family

Thursday June 13

6:00 PM  GRADUATION AT EAST LOS ANGELES COLLEGE STADIUM

 

Posted 6/7/19

On June 5, the City of Commerce Public Library teen librarian Erik Jackiw was on campus to award the top prizes to these three seniors, who wrote and submitted their essays for the 2019 Essay Contest on the topic "My Brand New Holiday." Shown in the photo are  Brandon Ortiz (Second Place), Yesenia Morales (First Place) and Cristian Ayala (Third Place). They were honored with certificates, books and gift cards. Jobs well done! Their English teachers this year are Mr. Rodriguez, Ms. Calabrese and Mrs. Cowley. 

Posted 6/6/19

All current 9th graders that will be enrolled in AP World History as 10th graders during the 2019-20 school year must attend "SUMMER READING ASSIGNMENT ORIENTATION MEETING". The summer reading assignment for AP World History will be on "AP World Religions", It will consist of Religion Readers, Summer Writing Assignments and Religion Topic Research Paper(Sample Writing). Please plan to attend an Orientation  meeting that will last approximately 30 minutes and summer assignment will be distributed. All students AVID/Non AVID are required to do summer reading assignment. Choose one of the meetings to attend in room 414. the meeting will take place after school at 315pm on Thursday June 6th, or Friday June 7th. other dates as needed will be on Final Exam week Monday June10th at 1230 pm. Limit 40 per meeting, first come first serve! more info see or contact Mr. Lianoz , AP World History Teacher in room 414.

Posted 6/4/19

Attention all Seniors,

 

Jostens will be distributing caps and gowns TUESDAY!  If you have already placed your order for your cap and gown package AND you are paid in full, thank you very much. You can quit reading this message right here.

 

 If you HAVE NOT placed your order, here is what you need to do.

-Order online at www.jostens.com

-Order by phone 1-800-JOSTENS (567-8367) Se habla español

-Order with Jostens on campus for $60 cash (On Tuesday)

If you need to pay the remaining balance of your order, here is what you need to do before you can pick up your cap and gown.

-Pay online at https://orders.jostens.com/lookupOrder.mvc

-Pay by phone 1-800-JOSTENS (567-8367) Se habla español

If you have any questions, please contact Jostens directly by calling 1-800-JOSTENS (567-8367) or by emailing www.jostens.com/contact

Thank You! Go class of 2019!

Jostens

Posted 5/31/19

Our final fellowship meeting will take place Monday June 3rd at lunch in room 414. Our final event will be Spirit West Coast Christian Concert Festival featuring "King and Country, Red Collective and Four other Christian Artist" on Saturday June 8th from 4pm -1130pm, at the Ontario Citizen Bank Arena. we are almost sold out! We willl carpool and leave by 2pm from BGHS, Pizza tailgate before concert and Late dinner after concert at In n out Burger in Chino .Cost $25.Few tickets left! More info contact Mr. Lianoz, Youth Club Adviser room 414.

Posted 5/31/19