CAS Advisor Notification Form

IB Full Diploma Juniors,
Please find a teacher on campus that will agree to serve as your CAS advisor during your Junior year. You will need to meet with your advisor three times during your junior year… once to introduce yourself and your CAS plan and twice to check the quality and quantity of your reflections.

Please use the following Google form to let Mz. jacks know who your advisor is… https://goo.gl/forms/D79vJsvZYpgZ7mar2

IB Associate Juniors..Mz. Jacks is your CAS advisor, no need to complete the form.

All of you should follow my blog…miralomacas@wordpress.com

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Saturday Service Team at the Arcade Library

SST Meetings – 2018

Please see the attached flyer for Saturday Service Events at the Arcade Library

Breath Youth Advisory Board Seeking new Applicants

YAB Application 2018-2019

The Youth Advisory Board (YAB) is a group comprised of talented young leaders, ages 14-21, who join Breathe’s efforts in education, policy, advocacy, and research. YAB members meet with Breathe staff and Board of Directors monthly to contribute their voices to Breathe’s clean air, lung health, and tobacco prevention projects, such as:

  • Speaking on behalf of Breathe programs to the media and at events
  • Building new partnerships between Breathe California and their school and community
  • Taking part in creative fundraisers
  • Advocating for clean air and lung health policy
  • Strengthening leadership skills and utilizing these skills in planning meetings and events
  • Working with the Breathe California Board of Directors and staff on issues that impact our mission and vision of clean air, healthy lungs and a tobacco-free future
  • Making our community a healthier place to live

What we are asking of students:

 Students would be required to attend one monthly group meeting (in the evening of the second Monday of each month, Sept.-May), as well as some additional events (for example, Earth Day).

 Student benefits of participation:

Students will learn valuable leadership and professional skills, while earning volunteer hours and learning about education, policy, advocacy and research in the realms of clean air, lung health, and tobacco prevention projects.

 Recruitment timeline/details:

 Our first program formally begins at the first meeting on Sept. 10th. We are hoping to receive participant applications by the end of next week, and conduct afternoon interviews with students at our office Sept 3 -5th so that participants are prepared to take part in the first meeting on Sept 10th.

  Best wishes,

 Marissa Greenband, MPH, CHES

Program Manager

Breathe California Sacramento Region

909 12th Street

Sacramento, CA 95814

(707)-495-5850 (cell)

mgreenband@sacbreathe.org

 

 

 

 

MLHS Dance Marathon

Do YOU desperately need CAS/CS hours? 

Do you love to dance and jam out to AWESOME music? 

How about raising money for an AMAZING cause?

 Well, LOOK NO FURTHER!

 If you said YES to any of the previous questions, we’ve got JUST the event for YOU!

Mira Loma High School presents its 9th annual Dance Marathon, a 6-hour fun-filled event including games, food, music, performances, a dance JAM, and much more. With MLDM, you have the chance to be part of something bigger, the chance to fundamentally change lives through service and philanthropy. All funds raised through our event go directly to the UC Davis Children’s Hospital to provide treatment for children in the Sacramento valley, to promote research, and to establish outreach programs for local communities to promote healthier lifestyles.

If you would like to volunteer at our event and receive CAS/CS hours, fill out THIS FORM: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScFhT9cKRFu5QJkWB7zedfKhyQi1zrooxttrSwu9KB5yI8LsA/viewform?usp=sf_link

Could there be a better way to spend your Friday than jamming out to your favorite music, meeting and making new friends, eating great food, playing thrilling games, watching talented performances, all while making the world a better place?

 We don’t think so.

Invite ALL of your friends and family and come on out and do it #FORTHEKIDS. 

For more information, visit mldancemarathon.weebly.com OR contact us at mldancemarathon@gmail.com or nidhivedantam@gmail.com

Local School Volunteer Opportunities

If any students are interested in volunteer opportunities, you help is needed at Thomas Kelly Elementary School with IB PYP students. 

 Here are some events coming up:

  • Book Fair, Dec 4-8, in Library, hours vary, –  help kids find books & package after purchase
  • IB Information Night, Dec. 7, 6-7pm in A-11-  (tell parents about your experience in IB MYP or DP)
  • International Family Night, Feb. 15, 6-8pm in MP room- Facilitate craft or activity tables (Mexican bingo, Chinese masks, Japanese Origami, writing names in other languages, other craft of your choice) OR performing on stage (music, dance, theater)- we really need performers for the whole night!

If you are interested in any of these events, please contact Mrs. Jacks in room D2 or email at rjacks@sanjuan.edu and I will put you in contact with the IB Coordinator at Thomas Kelly School.

Fun Halloween Service Opportunity!

North Highlands Park and Recreation HALLOWEEN EXTRAVAGANZA

Volunteers are needed to run activity stations during our Halloween Extravaganza and Costume Parade event. 

The activities for volunteers are things like face painting, crafts, games, sidewalk chalk, and more. The shift is from 9:30am-12pm on Saturday, October 28th at the North Highlands Recreation and Park District Community Center (6040 Watt Ave., North Highlands, 95660) – check-in is at 9:30am. Volunteers will be assigned to stations during check-in on Saturday morning. Only a handful of spaces are available so they will be filled on a first come first serve basis.

If a student is interested in volunteering, they can email  sarah@nhrpd.org

 Sarah Musser

Recreation Supervisor

North Highlands Recreation and Park District

www.facebook.com/nhrpd

916.332.7440

Girls B-Ball Scorekeeper Needed!

Mira Loma Girls Basketball is in need of 2 score keepers for the upcoming season. No experience necessary, will train.

Job Description:

  • Attentively input the stats during live play of basketball games
  • Work well with time keeper, game officials and opponent’s score keeper to ensure accuracy
  • Communicate with game officials in an appropriate, respectful and punctual manner

Compensation:

  • Up to 100 Community service hours
  • Free meal from Snack Bar @ home games
  • Free Admission to all girls basketball games (home / away)

Requirements:

  • Be a student in good standing
  • Have a strong school attendance record
  • Able to commit to a min of 3 hours per game day, up to 4.5 hours
  • Able to focus and pay attention while not accessing your phone for long periods of time
  • Willing to take direction from game officials, be thorough and avoid distractions

To apply, email Coach Twitty providing your name, student number, class, why you want the position, and at least 1 teacher reference that will be checked.

Ken Twitty

Head Coach

Mira Loma Girls Basketball

Coachkentwitty@gmail.com