Week of September 21, 2020 Episode 5 Student Bulletin


BERKELEY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT BULLETIN
One big, red & gold family!

Felix Mousigian, Chief of Publicity
Aaron Rumph, Chief of Publicity
Mr. V, Director of Student Activities
2020-2021 ASB Leadership
Week of September 21, 2020
The Student Bulletin Archives are always available here.
Student Bulletin Video Episodes release Monday or Tuesday
Student Bulletin messages release Monday & Thursday or Friday

Student Bulletin Episode 5
David Luu, BHS Educator

Fall 2020 Virtual Club Fair September 21-25 @1:30PM each day…link included!

BERKELEY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT CLUBS
One big, red & gold family!

Lyndon Ward, Chief of Clubs
Mr. V, Director of Student Activities
Shauna Rabinowitz, Student Body Account Technician
2020-2021 ASB Leadership

Fall 2020 Virtual Club Fair 
September 21-25
1:30 PM – 2:15 PM
>>>>>Club Fair Zoom Link<<<<<
Meeting ID: 831 3538 8442 
Password: CLUBBING
Contact johnvillavicencio@berkeley.net for any login issues



List of Attending Clubs…more to be added!
Tutoring & Outreach More Than Words Asian Pacific Islander Criminology Queer People of Color Anime & Manga Zero Waste Amnesty International NorCal Students for Biden Academic Choice Leadership Math Mentors Best Buddies Bay Area Volunteer Green Team PAW Interact MultiCultural Student Association Ultimate Frisbee
BHS Students Demand Action
Lide Haiti Surf Sunrise Hub BHS Redwood First Generation
Advocates for Equal Education STEM TEC Speech & Debate Education for a Younger Generation Immigrant Rights Tea Interesting Math 10 Bay Birds Hispanic Engineers & Scientists Homeless Support Model United Nations Rising Writers

Hello Fellow Yellow Jackets! 
I hope this post finds you well. I’m Lyndon Ward, a BIHS senior and Berkeley High’s 2020-2021 Chief of Clubs. Thank you all for being the student leaders that bring together and help shape Berkeley High’s communities. Clubs, now more than ever, represent an essential part of student life at Berkeley High for they provide space for expression, passion, ideas, and hobbies. 
Given that this year will be virtual, it is important to find new ways to stay connected to each other. With that being said an important part of connection is outreach and what better way to reach out then a club fair!

This year’s Fall Semester club fair will be held virtually and have a few key differences:
The focus days of the week will be as follows:

Monday (9/21): Academic
Tuesday (9/22): Cultural 
Wednesday (9/23): Activist
Thursday ( 9/24): Leadership
Friday  (9/25): Miscellaneous

Given that the club fair will be hosted over a week, clubs will have the chance to host club panels. These club panels will be held by the clubs that fit under the day’s “focus”. Following an introduction from the clubs at the beginning of the panel, each club will move to breakout rooms where they can interact more personally with the students attending. 

Best,
Lyndon, Chief of Clubs

BHS Student Club Resources
Current List of Student Clubs
Club Registration Form due Oct. 31st
Submit a Bulletin
BHS Leadership 

Berkeley High ASB Leadership 1980 Allston Way, Berkeley CA United States 94704 510.644.8990
Go Jackets!

Week of September 14, 2020 Episode 4 Student Bulletin


BERKELEY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT BULLETIN
One big, red & gold family!

Felix Mousigian, Chief of Publicity
Aaron Rumph, Chief of Publicity
Mr. V, Director of Student Activities
2020-2021 ASB Leadership
Week of September 14, 2020
The Student Bulletin Archives are always available here.
Student Bulletin Video Episodes release Monday or Tuesday
Student Bulletin messages release Monday & Thursday or Friday

Student Bulletin Episode 4


Monday, September 21st, is Zero Emissions DayReduce Your Carbon Footprint

My name is Zoe and I’m the Berkeley High Commissioner of Environmental Sustainability. Next Monday, September 21st, is Zero Emissions Day: a global, 24-hour break from the use of fossil fuels. The guidelines are simple: don’t use or burn oil, gas, or coal, and minimize or eliminate your use of electricity generated by fossil fuels. As the holiday approaches, we’ll be sharing some ways you can reduce your carbon footprint on the BHS leadership Instagram account (@juicethejackets). Finally, on Zero Emissions Day we’ll be having a “Bike Berkeley” event, with suggested routes to explore our city on two wheels. Stay tuned, and stay sustainable!


Hey Berkeley High!! Are you interested in helping the environment? Would you like to learn what you can do to reduce waste? Or learn about the impacts of plastic on the environment? Are you interested in creating petitions for larger businesses to reduce waste? Do you like art? If you said yes to any of those things, or you just want to hang out, come join BHS Zero Waste! We are a club dedicated to helping the community reduce waste in easy, cheap, sustainable ways. We will do a variety of fun activities, projects, and presentations throughout the school year. Meetings are on Fridays from 4:00 – 5:00 PM. Contact us at bhszerowaste@gmail.com for the zoom link or DM us on Instagram @bhszerowaste. We hope to see you there next Friday, September 18!

Environmentalists & Youth Voice Needed/ Supporting a local petition.

If you are a youth environmentalist and want to help organize and plan a virtual networking/interactive presentation event for local zero waste initiatives, then please consider joining Zero Waste Youth. We are the SF Bay Area Chapter of the international organization “Zero Waste Youth.” We strive to provide opportunities and resources for young adults and high schoolers who want to contribute to the zero waste movement. If you are interested please contact info@zerowasteyouthusa.org or reach out to the director alcoronado91@gmail.com.

Also, if you can spare a minute and sign a petition for a local campaign called “Switch for Sustainability.” This local campaign is youth-led and is centered around getting local grocery stores to rethink their practices and be more environmental-friendly. To start off, we have launched a petition to get Berkeley Bowl to switch from providing plastic produce bags to compostable produce bags. Signing this petition, you will be contributing to the improvement of our local community. 
http://chng.it/M5hdthb4vD

The BHS Jacket Student Newspaper is Back!


Visit the BHS Jacket website at www.berkeleyhighjacket.com to find local news stories, opinion pieces, features, and more! All written and produced by BHS students. New articles will be published every other week. Find us on Instagram @bhsjacket

 Virtual Student Learning Center 

Just a friendly reminder that the Virtual Student Learning Center (normally the after school tutoring and study hall in the CCC) is open this week and every week from 3:30-6:00, Monday-Thursday. You can find our Zoom link, our tutor schedule, and other info at our website and instagram https://sites.google.com/berkeley.net/virtualstudentlearningcenter/  Follow us on Instagram @bhsvirtualacademicsupport )

A few reminders from the College &  Career CenterSenior Profile: Due 9/18/20 The Senior Profile is a document that is required if you are applying to colleges/scholarships that ask for a “Counselor Recommendation”. Usually, that includes private colleges like those on the Common App. This document, once completed, will go to your Counselor and teacher recommenders. Look out for the latest email from Mary Jacobs.Link to Senior Profile Template HERE Follow on Instagram @berkeleyhighcounseling

9th Grade Mentorship Survey 

The freshman mentorship program at BHS is meant to extend the existing Link Leaders program in order to reinforce class unity and provide support to incoming freshmen throughout shelter-in-place. 
9th Grade Mentorship Survey – Take 2 Minutes! Thank you!!!!!
Freshmen who enroll will be put in pairs or groups with other students in their Hive and partnered with upperclassmen mentors who can answer questions, offer advice, or just be people to talk to in a less structured environment. It will be low impact and low commitment (once a week at lunch, then it would taper off over time).

UC Berkeley Offers Growth & Mentorship to BHS Students

We are living through rapid, multidimensional change. We are talking about climate change, increasing global inequality, the fate of our democracy, Black Lives Matter, free higher education, universal health care, gender disparities, and to top it off, we are living through a global pandemic. Who is at the nexus of it all? YOU. Young people are taking on these challenges and spearheading movements around the world. Members of UC Berkeley would like to help.
UC Berkeley is piloting a weekly panel series (via Zoom) exclusively to Berkeley High, starting on September 23rd. The panels will feature presentations from graduate students, faculty, and researchers on current social issues: the environment, poverty, democracy, race, education, health, gender, and the covid recession. Presenters will speak about their personal interest on these issues and how they are grappling with them in their work. Then they’ll answer your questions, and hear your thoughts. And they’d like to help you forge your own path! The schedule will look like this across the 8 week panel series:
September 23rd: EnvironmentSeptember 30th: Poverty/InequalityOctober 7th: DemocracyOctober 14th: RaceOctober 21st: EducationOctober 28th: HealthNovember 4th: GenderNovember 11th: COVID-19 recession

Mentorship:Following the panel discussion, if you are interested in:Hearing more about what is going on at UC BerkeleyStarting a local or global initiativeUnderstanding the relevance of calculus (or any of your classes!) to solve the climate crisis (or any other social issue!)Learning about opportunities awaiting you in collegeOr any other collaborative experience you would like to bring forward…… you can enlist the support of a UCB panelist though a mentorship program.

Please join us, Wednesdays at 4pm. (Zoom link forthcoming). Reach out to zephyrzoidis@students.berkeley.net if you have any questions.

 Apply to be a poll worker!

Will you be 16 by the November elections? Do you want to find a way to make sure every vote gets counted? Apply to be a poll worker! Even though California will be mainly voting by mail in November, some polling stations are required to stay open. If there aren’t enough people to work the polls, some will be forced to close. If this happens, it will be much more difficult for people who are relying on in-person voting. They would potentially have to rush to a polling station far away- and if they can’t make it in time, their vote may never be counted. With many older people who usually serve as poll workers are choosing to stay home this year due to COVID-19, there is a shortage of poll workers. This election, we need to show up. If we can’t vote, we need to make sure that those who are able to vote do. Sign up at www.pollhero.org and a high school or college student volunteer will connect you with Alameda county’s election official.
Follow @pollheroproject

If anyone is interested in submitting an announcement this year, there are some basic guidelines to follow:
Here are the basic guidelines for submitting a bulletin:1. It must be relevant to roughly 100 or more students or staff members. 2. It must be a message that promotes community and builds up positive school culture. 3. Please no birthday announcements or personal requests. 

Please submit your morning announcement to the Google From: http://bit.ly/bhsstudentbulletin

BHS Activities & Events
BHS Website
Follow @juicethejackets 
Student Bulletin Archive
Submit a Bulletin

Berkeley High ASB Leadership 1980 Allston Way, Berkeley CA United States 94704 510.644.8990
Go Jackets!

Week of September 7, 2020 Student Bulletin Part 2


BERKELEY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT BULLETIN
One big, red & gold family!

Felix Mousigian, Chief of Publicity
Aaron Rumph, Chief of Publicity
Mr. V, Director of Student Activities
2020-2021 ASB Leadership
Week of September 7, 2020
The Student Bulletin Archives are always available here.
Student Bulletin Video Episodes release Monday or Tuesday
Student Bulletin messages release Monday & Thursday or Friday
Student Bulletin Episode 3 Part 2

9th Grade Mentorship Survey 

The freshman mentorship program at BHS is meant to extend the existing Link Leaders program in order to reinforce class unity and provide support to incoming freshmen throughout shelter-in-place. 

9th Grade Mentorship Survey – Take 2 Minutes! Thank you!!!!!

Freshmen who enroll will be put in pairs or groups with other students in their Hive and partnered with upperclassmen mentors who can answer questions, offer advice, or just be people to talk to in a less structured environment. It will be low impact and low commitment (once a week at lunch, then it would taper off over time).

UC Berkeley Offers Growth & Mentorship to BHS Students


We are living through rapid, multidimensional change. We are talking about climate change, increasing global inequality, the fate of our democracy, Black Lives Matter, free higher education, universal health care, gender disparities, and to top it off, we are living through a global pandemic. Who is at the nexus of it all? YOU. Young people are taking on these challenges and spearheading movements around the world. Members of UC Berkeley would like to help.
UC Berkeley is piloting a weekly panel series (via Zoom) exclusively to Berkeley High, starting on September 23rd. The panels will feature presentations from graduate students, faculty, and researchers on current social issues: the environment, poverty, democracy, race, education, health, gender, and the covid recession. Presenters will speak about their personal interest on these issues and how they are grappling with them in their work. Then they’ll answer your questions, and hear your thoughts. And they’d like to help you forge your own path!
The schedule will look like this across the 8 week panel series:
September 23rd: Environment
September 30th: Poverty/Inequality
October 7th: Democracy
October 14th: Race
October 21st: Education
October 28th: Health
November 4th: Gender
November 11th: COVID-19 recession

Mentorship:
Following the panel discussion, if you are interested in:Hearing more about what is going on at UC BerkeleyStarting a local or global initiativeUnderstanding the relevance of calculus (or any of your classes!) to solve the climate crisis (or any other social issue!)Learning about opportunities awaiting you in collegeOr any other collaborative experience you would like to bring forward…… you can enlist the support of a UCB panelist though a mentorship program.

Please join us, Wednesdays at 4pm. (Zoom link forthcoming).
Reach out to zephyrzoidis@students.berkeley.net if you have any questions.

 Apply to be a poll worker!

Will you be 16 by the November elections? Do you want to find a way to make sure every vote gets counted? Apply to be a poll worker! Even though California will be mainly voting by mail in November, some polling stations are required to stay open. If there aren’t enough people to work the polls, some will be forced to close. If this happens, it will be much more difficult for people who are relying on in-person voting. They would potentially have to rush to a polling station far away- and if they can’t make it in time, their vote may never be counted. With many older people who usually serve as poll workers are choosing to stay home this year due to COVID-19, there is a shortage of poll workers. This election, we need to show up. If we can’t vote, we need to make sure that those who are able to vote do. Sign up at www.pollhero.org and a high school or college student volunteer will connect you with Alameda county’s election official.

Follow @pollheroproject



Hey folks. How good are you at creating Tik Tok videos? Do you have art or music skills?  Are you looking for something to do that will break up the monotony and give you something to get juiced about? HERO might be the peer group for you.  
If you or someone you know has been harmed by drugs, if you’re interested in learning and teaching factual information to keep drug users safe, or you believe that education and support is preferable to stigma and punishment, then HERO might be your cup of tea. 
We need people of all backgrounds and viewpoints because drugs affect all of us in different ways. You can be as involved as deeply as you want, from class presentations, to making art, to brainstorming ideas to reach the masses. The point is to make this yours, make it relevant, and make it fun. But it can’t happen without you!       

Email davidluu@berkeley.net for more information about H.E.R.O


The Alameda County Registrar of Voters (ROV) is preparing to appoint Student Election Workers to serve on the November 3, 2020, General Election.

Dear Alameda County High School Administrators, Students & Teachers, 

We are following mandates from County and State COVID-19 requirements. Personal Protective Equipment will be provided during training and voting dates.Student Election Workers are in great demand as they are needed for their knowledgeable skills in laptops, printers, and tablets.

HS Election Worker Application 

Your leadership in promoting participation on your campus is truly appreciated.Students can earn up to $475 for serving. If you have friends or family that are looking to earn extra money and community service experience, please pass on this high school application to them.If you are no longer a student in high school, you are still strongly encouraged to participate as your experience and tech-savviness will help as we introduce our new electronic voting system to our voters.The Student Poll Worker Program is truly a “Civics in Action” exercise.
High school students must meet the following criteria to participate:
Be age 16 or older on or before Saturday, October 31, 2020.
Have a GPA of 2.5 or greater
Have permission from a parent/guardian and a school administrator
Approval not needed for weekend hours from school 


If anyone is interested in submitting an announcement this year, there are some basic guidelines to follow:

Here are the basic guidelines for submitting a bulletin:
1. It must be relevant to roughly 100 or more students or staff members. 
2. It must be a message that promotes community and builds up positive school culture. 
3. Please no birthday announcements or personal requests. 

Please submit your morning announcement to the Google From: http://bit.ly/bhsstudentbulletin

BHS Activities & Events
BHS Website
Follow @juicethejackets 
Student Bulletin Archive
Submit a Bulletin

Berkeley High ASB Leadership 1980 Allston Way, Berkeley CA United States 94704 510.644.8990
Go Jackets!

Student Bulletin Episode 3 Week of September 7, 2020


BERKELEY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT BULLETIN
One big, red & gold family!

Felix Mousigian, Chief of Publicity
Aaron Rumph, Chief of Publicity
Mr. V, Director of Student Activities
2020-2021 ASB Leadership
Week of September 7, 2020
The Student Bulletin Archives are always available here.
Student Bulletin Video Episodes release Monday or Tuesday
Student Bulletin messages release Monday & Thursday or Friday

Student Bulletin Episode 3


 Virtual Cooking Class Recap Video – ICYMI!


 Friday Shout-Outs


Submit Shoutouts on Thursdays by 5:00 PM.
Look for an email from Principal Raygoza

Vote16 is accepting applications! 

Berkeley Vote16 is a group of BHS students who are passionate about democracy, voting, and politics. We hold voter registration drives, create voter information resources, and work with the local government to implement Measure Y1, which gives 16 and 17 year olds the right to vote in Berkeley school board elections. Just because some high schoolers can’t vote yet doesn’t mean we can’t make a difference! If you want to become more involved in politics and voting, Vote16 is the place for you. 
We welcome applications from any grade, small school, or hive. Applications can be found online, and are due September 4th.
For more information, follow @vote16.berkeley on instagram, or reach out to arevwalker@students.berkeley.net 

Join Berkeley High Ultimate!  

All are welcome, no experience necessary. Visit our website to learn more: berkeleyhighultimate.org
To receive information about Fall practices and activities, all new and returning players need to fill out the player information survey by September 17.  There is a link to the player survey on the Registration page of the website: berkeleyhighultimate.org/registration

Applications are open for the BHS California Scholarship Federation Chapter!

Are you a strong academic student? Interested in working with other BHS students to serve and support our community?CSF is a regional organization that recognizes and encourages academic achievement and community service. CSF members graduate with special certificates and qualify for scholarships.
Application (submit by September 19th)Please contact Emilia Feria or Nancy Mahmoud if you have any questions.


SHIFT Applications are now open! 


SHIFT is a peer education group composed of Berkeley High School students who are trained on reproductive health topics such as anatomy, STIs, HIV, and birth control options. They conduct health workshops for Berkeley High School students of all grade levels while earning a stipend! Applications are due September 23, we will also be having an info session for interested students who want to know more about it Wednesday September 16 from 2-3pm. For more information take a look at the flyers or email lupitaguerrero@berkeley.net 


Calling all gender expansive students at BHS! 

You should join AGES (Alliance Of Gender Expansive Students). This great club meets Mondays during lunch period where we have important conversations, enact positive change at Berkeley High, and have fun! More information will come in the next few weeks. We hope to hear from you soon.
Find us on Instagram @ages.club

Student voices for student choices! 

The Harm Education Response Organization at BHS is looking for students passionate about their fellow students’ safety and wellbeing around substance use. Club activities include biweekly organization and planning meetings, creating and leading games, doing class presentations, making artwork and memes, discussion circles, educational opportunities, making videos, posting on social media, moderated hang sessions, planning events, and anything else that you can think of. 
There will be a zoom info session on Wednesday, September 9th at 1:00 pm.Email Mr. Luu at davidluu@berkeley.net for more information.

Join the BHS Chapter of Amnesty International 

Kenosha, Portland, Minsk; all of these cities have seen recent abuse of human rights. Are you interested in fighting for the protection of our fellow world citizens? Join Amnesty International to fight against human rights abuse through research, advocacy, lobbying, campaign, and action. We are an international organization with over 7 million members. 
Berkeley High’s chapter has virtual meetings Tuesdays at lunch. Email us at berkeleyamnestyinternational@gmail.com for more info.

2019-2020 BHS Yearbooks are still not available for distribution. 

If you purchased or planned to purchase a 2019-2020 yearbook, the BHS Yearbook staff will send out a schoolwide message to let everyone know how to pick them up. If you ordered a yearbook to be sent to your house, they should ship out in the next week or so (as of 9.3.2020).
Similarly, more information will be shared about Senior Portraits, School Photos, and IDs once BHS has more guidance from the Berkeley Public Health Department.

If anyone is interested in submitting an announcement this year, there are some basic guidelines to follow:
Here are the basic guidelines for submitting a bulletin:1. It must be relevant to roughly 100 or more students or staff members. 2. It must be a message that promotes community and builds up positive school culture. 3. Please no birthday announcements or personal requests. 
Please submit your morning announcement to the Google From: http://bit.ly/bhsstudentbulletin

BHS Activities & Events
BHS Website
Follow @juicethejackets 
Student Bulletin Archive
Submit a Bulletin

Berkeley High ASB Leadership 1980 Allston Way, Berkeley CA United States 94704 510.644.8990
Go Jackets!

Student Bulletin Episode 2.1 Week of August 31, 2020 part 2


BERKELEY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT BULLETIN
One big, red & gold family!

Felix Mousigian, Chief of Publicity
Aaron Rumph, Chief of Publicity
Mr. V, Director of Student Activities
2020-2021 ASB Leadership
Week of August 31, 2020 part 2
The Student Bulletin Archives are always available here.
Student Bulletin Video Episodes release Monday or Tuesday
Student Bulletin Video messages release Monday & Thursday or Friday

Vote16 is accepting applications! 

Berkeley Vote16 is a group of BHS students who are passionate about democracy, voting, and politics. We hold voter registration drives, create voter information resources, and work with the local government to implement Measure Y1, which gives 16 and 17 year olds the right to vote in Berkeley school board elections. Just because some high schoolers can’t vote yet doesn’t mean we can’t make a difference! If you want to become more involved in politics and voting, Vote16 is the place for you. 
We welcome applications from any grade, small school, or hive. Applications can be found online, and are due September 4th.
For more information, follow @vote16.berkeley on instagram, or reach out to arevwalker@students.berkeley.net 

Join Berkeley High Ultimate!  

All are welcome, no experience necessary. Visit our website to learn more: berkeleyhighultimate.org
To receive information about Fall practices and activities, all new and returning players need to fill out the player information survey by September 17.  There is a link to the player survey on the Registration page of the website: berkeleyhighultimate.org/registration

Applications are open for the BHS California Scholarship Federation Chapter!

Are you a strong academic student? Interested in working with other BHS students to serve and support our community?CSF is a regional organization that recognizes and encourages academic achievement and community service. CSF members graduate with special certificates and qualify for scholarships.
Application (submit by September 19th)Please contact Emilia Feria or Nancy Mahmoud if you have any questions.


SHIFT Applications are now open! 


SHIFT is a peer education group composed of Berkeley High School students who are trained on reproductive health topics such as anatomy, STIs, HIV, and birth control options. They conduct health workshops for Berkeley High School students of all grade levels while earning a stipend! Applications are due September 23, we will also be having an info session for interested students who want to know more about it Wednesday September 16 from 2-3pm. For more information take a look at the flyers or email lupitaguerrero@berkeley.net 


Calling all gender expansive students at BHS! 

You should join AGES (Alliance Of Gender Expansive Students). This great club meets Mondays during lunch period where we have important conversations, enact positive change at Berkeley High, and have fun! More information will come in the next few weeks. We hope to hear from you soon.
Find us on Instagram @ages.club

Student voices for student choices! 

The Harm Education Response Organization at BHS is looking for students passionate about their fellow students’ safety and wellbeing around substance use. Club activities include biweekly organization and planning meetings, creating and leading games, doing class presentations, making artwork and memes, discussion circles, educational opportunities, making videos, posting on social media, moderated hang sessions, planning events, and anything else that you can think of. 
There will be a zoom info session on Wednesday, September 9th at 1:00 pm.Email Mr. Luu at davidluu@berkeley.net for more information.

Join the BHS Chapter of Amnesty International 

Kenosha, Portland, Minsk; all of these cities have seen recent abuse of human rights. Are you interested in fighting for the protection of our fellow world citizens? Join Amnesty International to fight against human rights abuse through research, advocacy, lobbying, campaign, and action. We are an international organization with over 7 million members. 
Berkeley High’s chapter has virtual meetings Tuesdays at lunch. Email us at berkeleyamnestyinternational@gmail.com for more info.

2019-2020 BHS Yearbooks are still not available for distribution. 

If you purchased or planned to purchase a 2019-2020 yearbook, the BHS Yearbook staff will send out a schoolwide message to let everyone know how to pick them up. If you ordered a yearbook to be sent to your house, they should ship out in the next week or so (as of 9.3.2020).
Similarly, more information will be shared about Senior Portraits, School Photos, and IDs once BHS has more guidance from the Berkeley Public Health Department.

If anyone is interested in submitting an announcement this year, there are some basic guidelines to follow:
Here are the basic guidelines for submitting a bulletin:1. It must be relevant to roughly 100 or more students or staff members. 2. It must be a message that promotes community and builds up positive school culture. 3. Please no birthday announcements or personal requests. 
Please submit your morning announcement to the Google From: http://bit.ly/bhsstudentbulletin

BHS Activities & Events
BHS Website
Follow @juicethejackets 
Student Bulletin Archive
Submit a Bulletin

Berkeley High ASB Leadership 1980 Allston Way, Berkeley CA United States 94704 510.644.8990
Go Jackets!