3 WAYS to SHOW JACKET PRIDE!!!

ASB LEADERSHIP OFFICE OFFERS BERKELEY HIGH STUDENTS & COMMUNITY MEMBERS 3 WAYS to SHOW JACKET PRIDE!!!

CHOOSE ONE OPTION OR ALL THREE!!!

The Berkeley High School Yellow Jackets are a group of unique individuals coming together to have passion, pride, and to do things with a purpose for the greater good of their community. When you watch your fellow Yellow Jackets perform on and off the field, do it in style with your cheers, chants, and Jacket gear. Yellow Jackets make exciting things happen and we want you to look good while supporting their effort.

Purchase the ASB Sticker, Spirit Pack, Jacket Gear in person at registration or in the Leadership office. Cash or check payable to “BHS ASB”. There may be a bank fee charged for any returned checks.

 

1. 2017-18 ASB STICKER (STUDENTS ONLY) $100

*Download and complete an ASB Sticker 2017.18 member form at Registration or from the Leadership office during school year. Sales end October 27.

ASB Sticker Offers Include:

  • Free “Feel the Sting” t-shirt (S – 4XL)
  • Free 2017-18 BHS Yearbook
  • Free ticket to all home games (football, basketball, soccer) *excludes playoffs
  • Discount on Dance Ticket
  • Over $200 value!

 

2. 2017-18 SPIRIT PACK (ALL COMMUNITY MEMBERS) $25

*Purchase at Registration or from the Leadership office during school year. Sales end when sold out.

Spirit Pack Includes:

  • “Feel the Sting” Pen
  • Yellow Jackets Lanyard
  • BHS Decal
  • Gold Logo t-shirt (S – 4XL)
  • Red BHS Cinch Bag
  • “Go Jackets!” Sunglasses

 

3. JACKET GEAR (ALL COMMUNITY MEMBERS) $15 – $56+

*Purchase at the Leadership office during school year. Items will be ready for pick up 2-3 weeks after sales end on September 15. May buy Jacket Gear by credit card online at order.fancloth.com/94704/267322

Items available for purchase:

  • Shirts
  • Pajama Pants
  • Hats
  • Hoodies
  • Jackets and more!
  • Brands such as Nike, Under Armour, adidas…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2017-18 ASB Leadership Events

 

Here is a list of major leadership events to take place in the 2017-18 school year. We are excited about the potential to continue building positive school culture at Berkeley High and look forward to providing activities that appeal to all students.

Please check out the LEADERSHIP! calendar on this page for the most up to date schedule of events and activities. Just a reminder, these events are tentative and subject to change.

 

Summer & Registration Week

Promote & Sell ASB Stickers (ASB Pres/VP helps choose the design for the included shirt)

Promote & Sell FanCloth Jacket Gear (Mr. V works on the items included)

Promote & Sell ​Spirit Packs by ASB Leadership (​includes shirt, cinch bag, lanyard, pen, etc…Items still pending)

 

August

21 – 25 Registration Info http://bhs.berkeleyschools.net/parents/information-for-prospective-families/

21 Senior Registration

22 Junior Registration

23 Sophomore Registration

24 Freshman Registration Last Names A – K

24 Make-Up Registration Session

25 Freshman Registration Last Names L – Z

25 First Home Football Games

29 First Day of School

31 Club Rush – lunchtime only. Clubs set up tables to promote their club.

 

September

14 Welcome Back Assembly split 2nd or 3rd period (Goals & events, community building, Behavior, expectations, paperwork, etc.)

16 Overnight ASB Leadership retreat (Point Pinole Regional Park)

18-22 Welcome Week activities (lunch time, school clean up, and open mic on Friday, etc.)  

20 Fall Club Fair 1st-3rd Period. Clubs and community organizations recruit new members and promote their causes.

22 Senior Sunrise. This is when ‘18 Spell-Out takes place.

​25 Freshman Leadership Applications Due

28 ASB Speaker Series: Homelessness in Berkeley 2nd/3rd period. Still pending.

28 Back to School Night

 

October

4 Red Cross Blood Drive #1. Students sign up for appointments.

19 Show of Unity (6th period assembly)

16-20 Unity Week (lunchtime activities and food drive)

TBD Link Leader Tutoring. Support Freshman before end of 1st Quarter

Holiday Meal Canned Food Drive begins!!! See the event link for more details!

 

November

15 Cultural Club Fair 3rd period – lunch

16 “World/Culture” Show (still pending)

TBD Thanksgiving Grams hosted by ASB Leadership

29 Red Cross Blood Drive #2. Students sign up for appointments.

 

December

8-9 Holiday Meal 2017

14 Academic Achievement Awards 3rd period. By invitation only.

TBD Holiday Grams hosted by ASB Leadership

 

January

TBD Link Leader Tutoring. Support Freshman before end of 1st Semester

27 Staff Appreciation Lunch hosted by parents, leadership, Achievers Inc.

 

February

​2 Winter Dance in Jacket Gym still pending.

5-9 Spring Spirit Week​ aka Jacket Pride Week

​8 Open House (format may change. Details in the fall)

9 Spring Spirit Assembly (Course Selection, Arts Showcase, community building)

15 Elected Leadership Applications Due

15 Red Cross Blood Drive #3 (last date!)

12 – 23 Talent Show Auditions

27 Senior Meeting for grad/prom info. All seniors from BHS, ISP, BTA with their teachers during 6th period, most likely during the first half only.

TBD Valentine Grams hosted by ASB Leadership

 

March

7 Election Convention 1st – 3rd period. For students running for an elected position and delegates representing 9th-11th grade social studies classrooms.

​16 Talent Show

​20-22 ASB Voting. All 9th-11th grade students in their 2nd period classrooms.

TBD Link Leader Tutoring. Support Freshman before end of 3rd Quarter

 

April

21 Prom at SF Galeria

24 Appointed Leadership Applications Due

 

May

1 – 4 and 8 Graduation Performer Auditions.

19 or 25 or other date. BHS Carnival (a way to celebrate end of testing season and the end of the school year) Still pending.

 

June

TBD Link Leader Tutoring. Support Freshman before end of 2nd Semester.

4-8 Locker Clean-Out & School Supplies Recycling in C-Gallery

15 Class of 2018 Graduation

 

Events not listed, but planned:

ASB Speaker Series. ASB Leadership would like to continue the speaker series into the upcoming school year with student clubs getting a chance to create their presentation and choose their own speakers. If this is not possible again, we will attempt to host a spring “symposium” of speakers around a topic of significance and high relevancy. If you are a sponsor of student club and would like to host a speaker series, please contact Mr. V.

 

Intramurals at Lunchtime hosted by ASB Leadership on Wednesday. We are planning to host regular intramural activities at lunch for 4 weeks at a time rotating between basketball, soccer, maybe volleyball or board games or other activity. If staff are interested in supporting this activity, contact Mr. V.

 

Assemblies/School Day events. ASB Leadership is assisting with a large school assembly in each of the first three months and one more in the spring. It is our belief that these events will build a student’s sense of belonging and connection to BHS. We recognize the potential for lost instructional time, but are hoping that advanced notice and split-period bell schedules will alleviate worries. Our time together as a large school is precious and significant, so we will treat it as such, knowing that staff may be making compromises on their plans.

In addition to the large school assemblies, we will host events that take students away from instructional time. For almost all events, ASB Leadership will provide a field trip permission slip that must be signed before students have period absences cleared with the attendance office. If you believe that a student has abused their privilege to participate in these events, please do not hesitate to contact Mr. V.

How you can support Art, Activism & Culture Week April 24 – 28

Dear BHS Community,

We are looking forward to hosting our annual week of activities to share in the many cultures at BHS under this year’s theme of “Art, Activism, & Culture”. We will celebrate the culture and diversity of the BHS community through art and activism. We plan to have lunchtime activities such as a student club fair and art show, as well as a show of performances to close out the week. We are open to hosting all student groups and organizations that want to get involved and also have a few specific requests for support.

How you can support Art, Activism & Culture Week April 24 – 28, 2017
  • Potluck on Friday: We would like to have a meal on Friday at lunch to build community through food and celebrate all of the participants in the week.The food could be a specific dish from a​ny​ part of the world ​that could feed from 4 – 10 people. Please contact Mr. V if you would like to share a dish.​ ​We are expecting a group of 60-70 hungry students.
  • Club Fair: We are also open to hosting community organizations that represent “Art, Activism, and Culture” during a lunchtime club fair tentatively scheduled for April 27. ​If you are a student club leader and would like to host a table at the club fair, please contact Simelia Rogers and Mr. V​.
  • Art Show: If you are an artist who would like to display images of art, activism and/or culture, please contact Melissa Gross, Simelia Rogers and Mr. V. We are collecting art now​ for a one-week display on campus.
  • Art, Activism & Culture Show: If you are or know a student interested in performing at the April 28th show, please have them contact Simelia Rogers and Mr. V. We are hosting auditions for performers (song, dance, storytelling, etc.) this week and after spring break. Audition sign-ups are outside of the leadership office in the cafeteria. Eventually we will send out an invitation for teachers to bring their classes to the show.

If you have any questions or want to get more involved in Art, Activism, & Culture Week, please contact Simelia, Melissa and/or Mr. V.

Thank you for your support!

 

Co-Commissioners of Multicultural Affairs​
​Simelia Rogers & Melissa Gross
simeliarogers@students.berkeley.net

melissagross@students.berkeley.net

​with support from

MSA (Muslim Student Association)

​& CLUV (Chicano Latino United Voices)
​Imanne C., Aamna Ahmed & Marielena Rodas​

 

​Mr. V, Director of Student Activities
johnvillavicencio@berkeley.net

 

PROM 2017 tickets on sale now

Midnight in Paris prom will take place at the Bently Reserve in SF. You can expect a beautiful setting with plenty of amenities included in the ticket price. There will be a sweet & savory crepe bar, the popular chocolate fountain, free photo booths as well as professional photos at a cost.

Seniors and juniors are welcome to purchase tickets. Please note that we do follow the attendance rule and no student with 30 or more unverified (UNV) period absences will be allowed to attend. Please consult PowerSchool and the attendance office for more details on how to clear absences. Any appeal letters must be submitted before April 14 to the attendance office or the Dean of Attendance.

2017 BHS PROM TICKET PRICES

MIDNIGHT IN PARIS APRIL 22, 2017

Ticket sales in leadership office (in cafeteria) during lunch & after school.


 

Students who qualify for

Free & Reduced Lunch*

Students with ASB Sticker**

Regular Price

Week 1: 3/27-3/31

$50

$60

$70

Week 2: 4/1-4/9

ONLINE SALES ONLY THIS WEEK

$75

Week 3: 4/10-4/16

$50

$65

$75

Week 4: 4/17-4/21

$50

$65

$75

*Free & Reduced Lunch price applies to BUSD students and in person only. Verification form available outside of leadership office.

**ASB Sticker was only sold in the fall. Students should bring their student ID to prove eligibility. Must purchase in person.

IAMSU at the Bently Reserve in San Francisco 2015 with SF Proms from SF Proms on Vimeo.


Cash or check payable to BHS ASB

ASB stands for Associated Student Body


Debit & Credit Card payments accepted online

bhsprom2017.bpt.me

Talent Show 2017 video

The Talent and Achievement Show is a special evening that intends to bring the BHS community together to celebrate our diverse array of talented and inspiring students, staff, and alums. Our community can be even stronger when we appreciate the beauty and creativity we all have to offer each other. Thank you for your contributions to this spirit of the Show.

FULL VIDEO

ACT 1 VIDEO

ACT 2VIDEO

 

OPENING ACTS

Welcome and Introduction by Masters of the Ceremony: Alex Lee & Luisana Rodriguez Sequiera

  • Ezra Blackwood performs “Need to Be” by Memphis May Fire on guitar
  • Kathryn Bun & Betty Taylor performs an original song
  • Gwendolyn Hill performs “Death of a Bachelor” by Panic! at the Disco on piano
  • Da’Leah Hodges & Bodhi Lucero-Simmons performs “New Perspective” by Panic! at the Disco
  • Ricardo Camacho & Ivan Jutamilla perform an original song
  • Winston Nguyen, Eliza Paneru, & Helene Ma Yang Perform an original dance to “Playing With Fire” by BlackPink
  • CRINGE! (Cold Room Improvisational Notorious Group Ensemble)
  • Isabella Campuzano performs an original poem “Dear Our Outside Selves,”
  • Kieran Cabezas performs “Epic Strings” on the charango
  • The band Something and Maybe Everything (SAME) performs an original song “DARE“ Dash Goss-Post-Drums, Bodhi Lucero- Simmons-Bass Guitar, Georgia Manou–Rhythm Guitar & Vocals, Ikaika Gunderson-Lead Guitar & Vocals, Ligaya Chinn- Manager

CLOSING ACTS

  • Daphne Eleftheriadou & Natalie Baehrend perform “Dancing on My Own” by Callum Scott on guitar
    Lulani Sudjian Lampkin performs “Kid in Love” by Shawn Mendez on guitar
  • Fuego aka Makaylah Ashley, Lawrence O’Neal, & Natalie Sowers perform an original step routine
    Special Guest Star..Scarecrow performs an original song “Choices”
  • Higher State of Mind aka Mashiki Mosley & Maj perform an original song “Dreaming”
  • Aldous Solano, Lulani Sudjian Lampkin & Jahlil Kelly perform an original song “How Could You Know”
    Jehni Stewart sings – “When A Woman Loves” by R. Kelly

 

Representing the Class of 2018 Leadership Team…

Lili Spencer, Abigail Golde, Kendra Bowman, Kyla Dangerfield, Tara Steckler, Winston Nguyen, Cameron Miya, Isabella Campuzano, Elijah Clarke-Nichols, Ezekiel Akil Espinoza, Molly Arzt, Shahada Vines, Kira Kiurciev, Esme Goldstein

Tech Support from… Valerie Pope & friends! Felicia Phillips