7:55 AM - 12:30 PM CST
7:55 AM - 12:30 PM CST
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM Boys Soccer Awards - Wed, May 22nd 5PM
7:55 AM - 12:30 PM CST
11:30 AM - 12:25 PM Senior Panoramic Picture
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM POWDER PUFF @ Excelsior 6:30 pm
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM Senior Awards Night
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Thanks to Della Robertson of the Millennium Project, our AP Biology students genetically barcoded 16 tissue samples collected from rock fish. Athalie Caro, Lauren D'Lucas, Gisselle Delfin, and Roxy Dulay went to Coastal Marine Biolabs and learned how to edit nucleotide sequences. This lab's goal is to identify all species of life on earth by sequencing a 650 base pair region of a mitochondrial gene that codes for a subunit of an enzyme involved in cellular respiration. DNA barcodes are at the BOLD (Barcode of Life Database) at the University of Guelph in Ontario, Canada. Congratulations! Click title for sample pictures and reports. DISCLAIMER: This opportunity was made possible through the Barcoding Life's Matrix program, a science innovation project hosted by Coastal Marine Biolabs with funding support from the National Science Foundation (DRL-1030083). (CLICK TITLE)
Students will be able to enter both Disneyland and California Adventure. Special Grad Nite event 10:00 am -3:00 am. Tickets are $80.00. Down payment for tickets will be April 23 - May 3 with final payment May 28-June4. NO REFUNDS (tickets are limited)You must complete a Grad Night clearance form to get a Grad Night contract. Come to the finace office on April 23 to get your clearnce form for Grad Night.
On Friday, May 17th at 5:00 - 7:00 PM, the Fine Arts department presents "Artscape". Artscape is an art-inspired production where student art, fashion, music and food come together in one venue. The event starts promptly at 5:00 PM in the NHS Career Center. Tickets are $3 dollars at the door. For volunteer opportunities, please email Ms. Fabritz at email@example.com.
By Josh Dulaney Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org @JoshDulaney on Twitter Published: Apr 28, 2013 Sophia Clark, a master's degree candidate in German studies at Cal State Long Beach, has received a Fulbright U.S. Student Award to conduct research in Vienna, Austria, during the 2013-14 academic year. Clark is a student scholar of Austrian science fiction and fantastic literature who will study narrative theory and practice in Austrian short prose works while on her Fulbright experience. Clark also recently accepted an offer of full support from Vanderbilt University's Ph.D. program and received a German Consulate L.A. Teaching Award to teach at the German Summer School of New Mexico this summer. She earned bachelor's degrees in German and studio art as a double major and was President's Scholar at CSULB. Clark aims to interview several Vienna-based authors and publishers of German-language science fiction and fantastic literature. - Joshua Dulaney
Seniors! Panoramic picture will be Thursday, MAY 23, 11:30 am on the field weather permitting. The photographer will take your order form and money at the panoramic picture location. Pictures will be mailed to your home. Pick up the form in the activities office.
Juniors, on-campus SAT prep classes have already begun, but it's not too late to sign up. Go to the Activities Office to pay $20 for the book and classes. Then stop by Room 359 to pick up your book. Classes are before and after school Monday-Thursday.
Prior to the beginning of the season, the Girls’ Varsity Basketball team was not even officially ranked. However, after building up an impressive 11-1 league record, the Lady Lancers have proven that they should be considered an elite team worthy of competing in the playoffs.
At the recent SkillsUSA competition held at the Los Angeles Trade Tech Community College, Norwalk High's Culinary member was left with burned arms. For Culinary club, seven individuals competed into three different categories: Culinary; Baking; and Promotional Bulletin Board for Culinary.
The NHS Annual Spring Choral Concert will be this Friday, May 10th in the MPR @ 6:00, children under 12 are free. This year’s concert will feature a special guest appearance by “Par Four” the NHS men’s acappella quartet. Come out and support your friends and enjoy a great evening of music. Detention credits will be offered when you sign in and out.
Attention all students, the Violet Richardson Award is a scholarship for young ladies who volunteer in the community. Attached is the registration and information packet. For further information please see your assigned counselor. (Click title for attachment).
Graduating seniors of the Class of 2013 who are planning to attend a four year college or university for Fall 2013, your application period to register is NOW! through November 30 th for the CSU’s and UC’s. (See your counselor or refer to the particular college website for exact registration deadline date and those college particular requirements). Either the SAT or the ACT is also required if you are planning to apply to a CSU (California State University), UC (University of California) or any private college or university.