UP to DATE: May 10 – 14

Janelle White and Leslie Tello

CC: So first off, we have a little reminder. If you did not see your personal note- your personal “smiley”,  then you can go to the Padlet in the transcription and you can find your personal note.

CC: May 18. Graduation. As a senior myself, it’s kind of crazy that I’m finally here. But here’s everything you need to know.

CC: It’s going to be at Silverado High and it’s going to be from [5] to 7PM. You must arrive at 4:30 or earlier. Everyone must wear masks and you have to stay six feet apart.

CC: For all my seniors out there: Graduation Practice. On the day of Graduation at 9AM to 11AM. You must arrive at 8:30.

CC: And another thing to seniors out there: You must attend practice for real graduation.

CC: And one final thing, everyone is limited to 5 tickets per person, [and] tickets cannot be purchased. But some good news is that there will be livestreaming. So if you don’t have a ticket to watch in person, then you can watch online.

CC: May 14th is the seniors’ last day. For non-seniors out there, May 24th is the last day of school. It will be a minimum day.

CC: This end off this week: some words of wisdom.

CC: “To acquire knowledge, one must study; but to acquire wisdom, one must observe.” – Marilyn vos Savant

Other announcements:

To check the status on materials checked out to you from the library, visit https://destiny.vvuhsd.org. Click on Log In at the upper right corner. Your username and password are both your six-digit ID – don’t add your birth year. If a warning pops up to change your password, ignore it. Click on My Info along the top menu. Under “Items Out,” you will find materials from this year. Under “Fines” you may see outstanding items from previous years. If there is a charge listed as “Out of District” under Fines, these are fines from outside our district.