Tamalpais High School Bulletin for Tuesday, April 22, 2014
Todayis Earth Day!!
An Earth Day Reminderabout Smoking & the Environment
Smoking has a massive impact on the earth by: polluting the airand water with toxic chemicals, destroying forests in order to grow tobacco ormanufacture tobacco products, starting bushfires and killing animals.
Improperlydiscarded cigarette butts end up in the water supply, where it’s beenscientifically proven to have devastating consequences on aquatic andavian life who mistake the cigarette butts for food and are poisoned by thechemicals.
Cigarette butts can takeup to five years to break down in sea water, and they’ve been found inthe stomachs of young birds, sea turtles and other marine creatures.
Help save the planet bynot smoking. ---ValerieDavis-Rucker, TUPE coordinator
Promtickets will go on salestarting Wednesday April 23rd for $105 in the Budget secretary's office, Room120, Wood Hall. Dance guest forms arerequired for non-Tam students. Pleasepurchase your tickets during breaks, lunch, or before/after school.
A representative from the US Marines will be in the College andCareer Center during lunch on Wednesday to meet with students.
CTE/ TAM Drama's Final Show for 2014: Beauty And The Beast! All performancesbegin at 7:00 P.M. at the Caldwell Theatre. Tickets are $5/ Students and Sr. Citizensand $12/ Adults. Open seating is available when doors open at 6:30. For furtherinformation visit the website: www.ctetam.org. Join us for this final show of our season. Enjoyment for all ages!
Italian Night and the senior auction isSaturday, April 26 from 6 pm- 9pm in the Student Center. The eveningwill include dinner catered by local restaurants, a silent auction and variousTam student performances. Admission is $20for adults and $10 for students. Pleasesupport the senior class!
FutureFocused is a RHS clubwith a mission to inspire girls to think about their futures and motivate themto achieve their goals and ambitions. Allhigh school girls and their mothers are invited to attend the guest lectureseries. The first speaker is Maureen Bunney, Chief Product Strategist andPartner from the company Mighty Play. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for details ifyou would like to attend.
Body Image group: The counseling departmentwill be offering a group about body image for freshmen and sophomore girlsstarting on April 25 during tutorial. The group will focus on offering ahealthy look at how we view ourselves and what influences our beliefs about bodyimage, food, exercise. We will look at the myths surrounding how we are“supposed to be”.
Sophomores interested in applying to the Team Program for your junior year,don't forget the last Team Orientation is Monday, April 28th at TamiscalHigh School from 6-7:30pm. Make sure to bring at least one parent with you, andcheck out the website - www.theteamprogram.org.
CALLING ALL GUYS: 10,000 Degrees is sponsoring an all-male college day tourto Sacramento State on May 15. Male students from low income families areeligible to apply. Applications and more information are in the Collegeand Career Center.
Creative WritingWorkshops: Every Wednesday from 7:00-8:30 PM inthe Creekside Room at the Mill Valley Public Library. For more info, visit www.millvalleylibrary.net/youngadults
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