Wednesday, March 14, 2018

          FROM THE DEN – DAILY BULLETIN          
Anderson Union High School
Wednesday~ March 14, 2018

Attention All Students: Its Sadie Hawkins spirit week. We will hold our Sadie Hawkins rally Thursday, March 15th, and our Sadie Hawkins dance Saturday, March 17th.
·         Today, is 50’s vs. the 70’s: Grease back your hair and be a greaser from the 50s or put on your platform boots and dress up like you belong in the 70s.
·         Tomorrow, is Blue vs. Gold: Pick a side, are you going to bleed blue or stay golden?
·         Friday, is Gender Bender: Classic gender bender day. Guys dress up as girls and the girls dress up as guys.

AUHS Students: Leadership would like to introduce you to the Sadie Hawkins Dance and Carnival. There will be dancing, carnival games, food, and prizes. The Sadie Hawkins dance is the ladies turn to ask men to enjoy a night of entertainment. Leadership will be selling pre-sale tickets at a discount for the rest of the week during lunch, near the cafeteria. NEW Pre-sale ticket prices are $4 w/ ASB and $5 w/o ASB, $6 for couple. All tickets sold at the door will be $7. Don't delay, see the leadership team at lunch today and order early to save money.

Students:  A Hunters Education Class will be offered on Saturday, March 17th from 10:00 AM-2:00 PM in room 311 right here at Anderson High School.  The cost is $15 at the door.  Register online at:  If you have any questions contact Joe Hale at 530-744-8474.

Upward Bound Students: It’s time for a road trip! On March 29th we will visit three universities:  Sacramento State, William Jessup University, and UC Davis. If you are interested in going on this exciting college tour, pick up a permission slip from Miss Ronda or Miss Sheila in the GO Center. We have limited space available. Applications are due Tuesday, March 20th

Cub Connection: Thursday is our second annual Amazing Race event. Stop by the Cub Connection room for all the details. Prizes will be given to the winner.

Attention Wrestlers: Any wrestler who has not turned in their gear needs to do so promptly. Bills will for equipment will be submitted Wednesday. Please give your gear to coach Penick or Coach Stout.
Juniors:  There will be an SAT/ACT test preparation workshop offered on March 24.  Please sign up with Mrs. Esparza if you are interested in participating in this FREE workshop to help prepare you for the SAT /ACT. Space is limited

Today is a Collaboration Day please see the following schedule:
PLC/Collaboration Day Bell Schedule
First Bell                  7:40 am

Period 1                  7:45 - 8:26 am         (41)
Period 2                   8:31 - 9:11 am         (40)
Period 3                   9:21 - 10:01 am      (40)
Period 4                  10:06 - 10:46 am     (40)
Period 5                  10:51 -11:31 am      (40)
Lunch                      11:31 - 12:01 pm     (30)
Period 6                  12:06- 12:46 pm     (40)
PLC                          12:51- 2:33 pm

Tomorrow we will be on the following Rally Schedule:
4th Period Rally Schedule
First Bell                 7:40 am

Period 1                  7:45 - 8:32 am         (47)
Period 2                  8:37 - 9:23 am         (46)
Period 3                  9:33 - 10:19 am        (46)
Period 4                  10:24 - 11:10 am      (46)
Rally                       11:15 - 11:45 am       (30)
Lunch                     11:45 - 12:15 pm       (30)
Period 5                  12:20 - 1:06 pm       (46)
Period 6/RTI          1:11- 2:33 pm           (82)

Leadership would like to thank all students and staff participating in our dress up spirit days. With special thanks to our staff that is participating in the Sadie Hawkins Staff Royalty Week. In the upcoming rally, our students will be invited to vote for Staff King and Staff Queen while they enjoy the teacher presentations. The Staff Royalty Nominees are Mr. Jones, Mr. Bell, Mr. Penick, Mr. Long, Mrs. Lyford, Mrs. Lynn, Mrs. Wehunt, and Mrs. Hill.

It’s Safety Awareness Week
SAFETY TIP OF THE DAY: “Foot surgeons who regularly treat foot pain describe flip flop shoes as “dangerous” and injuries are on the rise. Wearing these shoes should be limited to beachwear and replaced with shoes that hold the foot in place. Flip flops can lead to joint pain, shin splints and twisted ankles, not to mention stubbed toes, broken nails, infections from split skin, and injuries from dropped items. Also, when people wear flip flops, they are repeatedly scrunching up their toes like a claw. Your feet may be pretty now, but don’t expect that to last if you wear flip flops more than once or twice a week.” Please report all safety hazards to the principal’s office or Safety Sam at ext. 20050.

Cubs Sports Weekly Schedule

Boys Golf
NAL Preseason Meet
Anderson-Tucker Oaks
Anderson Cubs Open
Var. Baseball
Mar 15-17
Hamilton City Tourney
Hamilton City
Mar 16/17
Enterprise JV Tourney
Mar 16/17
Cub Classic Varsity Tourney
Big League Dreams