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New book about Mission High

A new book about Mission High on sale in August at MissionHighBook.com

To kick things off, Mission High School is hosting a book launch celebration at the school with many of the amazing students and teachers from the book. There will be some readings, books for sale, music, and snacks. We’d love to see you there. Bring your friends!

When/Where

Thursday, August 6, 6 – 8PM
Mission High
3750 18th St.San Francisco, CA 94114

Mission High Book by Kristina Rizga
This book is a godsend … a moving portrait for anyone wanting to go beyond the simplified labels and metrics and really understand an urban high school, and its highly individual, resilient, eager and brilliant students and educators.
MISSIONHIGHBOOK.COM

All-You-Can-Eat-Pancakes – March 14

Mission PTSA Spring All-You-Can-Eat-Pancakes Breakfast!!

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where: @ Mission H.S. Café, 3750 18th and Dolores St.
when: Saturday, March 14, from 9am – 12:30pm
cost: $5 per person in advance, $10 per person/$20 per family of 4 at the door
(Visa/Mastercard accepted)

Breakfast includes:
Pancakes, Eggs, Sausage, Fruit, Coffee/Tea, and Juice

This is a benefit fundraiser for the Mission High School PTSA

Buy your tickets in advance at eventbrite


https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mission-high-school-pancake-breakfast-fundraiser-tickets-15478805524?aff=es2&rank=1

(or search for “Mission Pancake Breakfast” on eventbrite.com)

Contact Rick DeCost for information at rickdecobb@gmail.com

for assistance in Spanish or Chinese, call 415-241-6240

Mission HS Drama Presents – Voiceless

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“CAN ANYBODY HEAR US? HEY! WE ARE TALKING TO YOU! HEY!”

VOICELESS
A sequence of scenes Directed and Written by Mission High School Students to communicate issues that teens experience in their lives to teens and adults

 

**FREE ADMISSION**

ONE SHOW ONLY!

When:
Friday, October 24, 2014, 7pm

Where:
Mission High School Auditorium
3750 18th St.
San Francisco, Calif.

For more information contact:
Tadd Scott
Mission HS VAPA Drama Teacher
415-241-6240 or email scottt@sfusd.edu

Event flyer

Back to School Night – Tuesday, September 30

Mission High School parents and guardians are cordially invited to come out for the Back to School Night on Tuesday, September 30, 5:30-7:30pm.

This is a great opportunity for you to meet with your student’s teachers, administrators, and staff members. Parents will also receive important information on courses, curriculum, student resources and programs, upcoming school events, and more!

When you arrive:

Parents must pick up your student’s “Classroom Locater Card” at the Sign In Table located on the Main Floor Hallway when you arrive. Parents will also receive a “Welcome sheet,” listing the following locations to visit during the night! Room location # numbers and floors will be listed on both forms.

Computer labs will also be open to parents during Back to School Night so that you may sign up for School Loop. School Loop is a great program that allows parents to receive updates from your student’s teachers as well as school updates that are sent directly to your email.

Translation assistance will also be proved to parents registering in the computer labs.

Places to Visit During the Event:

  • Visit our 9th to 12th Grade Student Counselors (General Ed and ELL Counselor)
  • College & Career Center, Room 213, 2nd Floor
  • School Media Center Program, Main Library, 4th Floor
  • Visit our Guest Information & Resource Tables, Main Floor
  • Visit our Parent Information Tables! Feel free to pick up information on volunteering, or information about our many parent groups such as the (PTSA,SSC, ELAC, AAPAC).
  • School Loop Registration Assistance – Stop by if you need to register or if you have any questions!
  • Visit our many Community Partner programs on the main lobby, who will provide you with a wealth information on college and academic supports, student internships, health and wellness support, and more!
  • Student Culinary Program Food Tasting Tables, Main Floor. “Free Food Tasting from our amazing cooking classes, and picked from our own school garden!”

Feedback from members on possible events

At the General PTSA meeting on the Sept. 4th, the attendees were asked to fill out a form, putting check marks next to events that sounded interesting to them putting and check marks next to events you might be willing to volunteer for.

Here are the results in order of interest + willingness. The general association of Mission High School PTSA have spoken, and here is where the interest lies:

Teacher Appreciation 23
Pancake Breakfast 18
Silent Auction 17
School Event Concession 16
Spirit Wear Sales 16
Gift Wrapping 15
Community Flea Market 15
Bake Sales 15
Community Craft Fair 14
Family Portraits 10
Movie Night 10
Valentines 8
Halloween 7

Welcome to the 2014-2015 school year at Mission High!

Hello Mission Families,

My name is Kathy Sabatino and I will be serving as your Mission High PTSA President. We have a board of dedicated parents who have already been working to make this year a success. We welcome anyone who is interested in helping to join us. My goal is to include as many families, students, staff and the community as members of our PTSA. I hope to make information easy for all to access. Checkout the calendar to see upcoming meeting dates.

Please feel free to contact me with any questions at (415) 577-5060 or president@missionptsa.com

Please join us to help make all of our students successful.

Yahoo Group: Mission High SF
Subscribe by emailing: MissionHighSF-subscribe@yahoogroups.com

Facebook: To join Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/MissionPTSA/

Sincerely,
Kathy Sabatino
PTSA President (2014-2015)