Weekly Announcements 2-14-16

February 14th, 2016

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Weekly Verdugo Hills HS Update

14 February 2016   

Hello! This is Dr. Trimis with your weekly few announcements! There is not school Monday and Tuesday is a Late Start Day.

Hola Comunidad de Verdugo! Este es el Dr. Trimis con tus semanales algunos anuncios! No hay escuela el lunes y martes es un día de finales de Inicio.

Congratulations to our Students Run LA Team led by Coach Mojica who ran in the LA Marathon this morning! Congratulations also to all of our Winter Sports Teams who completed their regular seasons this week and especially Boys Wrestling who had their play-off match in Carson yesterday. We are moving into the Winter play-off season as we also prepare for Spring Sports. See our website for more information.

Did you complete the School Experience Survey?  Though the deadline has passed, we can still collect surveys and it may still be available online. Go to our website for more information.

This is the last week of the grading period before Progress Reports are sent home. Students should be sure to communicate with their teachers about work that needs to be completed and upcoming exams.

There is always so much going on art Verdugo, please be sure to check out website regularly at www.verdugohs.org and go to our Facebook Page or follow-us on Twitter for timely updates.

And now, a special Presidents Day Message.

George Washington was born in February 22, 1732 in Virginia, USA and was a natural leader, instrumental in creating a united nation out of a conglomeration of struggling colonies and territories. Washington was the first president of the United States of America and is affectionately honored as “the father of his country.” Celebrated on the third Monday in the month of February, Washington’s Birthday is a special day for the young nation of the United States of America.

Until 1971, both February 12 and February 22 were observed as federal holidays to honor the birthdays of Abraham Lincoln on February 12 and George Washington on February 22. In 1971 President Richard Nixon proclaimed one single federal public holiday, and called it the President’s Day. The Presidents Day is to be observed on the third Monday of February each year and honors all past presidents of the United States of America.

Take Care,

Dr. Edward Trimis, Principal

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