Student Bulletin Week of December 7th



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 December 7, 2020

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Student Bulletin Episodes release by Wednesday 

TeenTechSF Global Youth Summit

Hi! My name is Emily Sidhartha, and I am TeenTechSF’s STEM Workshop Associate. We are inviting middle and high schoolers all over the world to join our TeenTechSF Global Youth Summit.

This is a gateway tech experience! Learn about Data Analysis, Intro to Video Game Design, App Development and more. No experience needed!

REGISTER NOW! The event is free, but registration is required and space is limited.


 When you see the question “how did you hear about this?”, choose “TeenTechSF Leadership Team Member, Friends/Family” and type “Emily Sidharta”. Thank you for your support! 

Instagram @teentechsf

Sustainable Gift Wrapping Contest

All you need to do is send a photo of your winning gift wrapping design to by December 18th to win the contest and get your special eco-friendly prize!

To win, here are the requirements:

– Take photo of the wrapping that clearly shows the design

– Write a caption with all supplies used in your design in the email

– Do not use plastic based tape (most tape)

– Do not use any NEW materials, only things you already own

– Must be reused or eco-friendly material

– Nothing that will end up in the landfill may be used

– Be creative!

The most sustainable, original, and resourceful wrapping will win!

We can’t wait to see what you come up with!

Find The Zero Waste Club on Instagram @bhszerowaste

Curious about whether real Christmas trees or fake ones are more eco-friendly? Check out this info graphic to help make a more informed decision!🎄

Big News for the Jacket Newspaper

The Jacket Newspaper was announced as a Columbia Scholastic Press Association Crown winner for the 2019-20 school year. Advisor Peter Rodrigues explains, “This is one of two big national student journalism awards and I couldn’t be prouder of the team.

Visit to read award winning news! 

Senior Grad & Spring Survey

BHS is asking for your feedback on the 2021 graduation as well as senior-related activities in the spring. Please share your thoughts and suggestions in a survey shared by Mr. V on Monday. We hope to share the results of the survey by winter break and/or follow up with any next steps in early January. Thank you, 

The survey will close on December 14th at 8:00 am. 


As more information about senior activities and events pops up, we will post it all on the Senior Letter, share via email and the BHS e-tree, as well as any BHS socials.

We have a new deadline for Seniors to submit their 2 senior portraits to the BHS Yearbook. You now have until midnight on January 1st to upload your photos. Seniors, check your email for the portrait guidelines and for the eShare link to upload photos. 

If you do not submit a senior portrait, BHS Yearbook may use your junior year photo instead. If you need tech support, dm us on Instagram @berkeleyearbook or email us and we can figure something out.

>>>>>>>>> Submit portraits to eShare<<<<<<<<<

Please contact BHS Yearbook directly for any specific questions. 

2019-2020 Yearbook Distribution on Dec. 15th

Dear BHS Community, 

We have been getting many questions and concerns regarding the distribution of the 2019-2020 Yearbook. We understand the confusion and frustration and we appreciate your patience. We are pleased to announce that the 2020 Yearbooks are available for a scheduled pick-up on Tuesday, December 15th at our BHS Supply Center from 1:30 pm- 3:30pm. This will take place at the glass doors on Milvia Street.

FYI There are NO 2019-2020 yearbooks available for sale at this time.

We have all of the FAQ’s attached below. 

If these days need to be canceled due to inclement weather or other factors, we will update you as soon as possible with proposed make up days. 


Tuesdays before Winter break

December 15th:

Emergency make-up day!

Only students who were not able to come to their scheduled slots should come in this make-up slot.

1:30-2:30 Last names A- Ku
2:30-3:30Last names La- Z


Between the M Gate and the Glass doors on Milvia St (between Bancroft Way & Kitteridge) to leave space between material pick up and us.

How Does the BHS Supply Center Work?

Drive up or walk-up to the school entrance at the intersection of Milvia St. & Kittredge St:

  • Please have your student’s first and last name, written legibly on a piece of paper.
  • If there is an issue finding your name you will be asked to move down the street to a further table to assist you.  
  • Please write if you are coming for yearbook or textbooks and a yearbook. 
  • Please do not open your window until we ask.
  • Our volunteers will need to be able to see the first and last name clearly to get your yearbooks at a safe 6ft distance.


  • Please arrive at your scheduled time!!

Thank you for your understanding,

BHS Yearbook Staff 

Olla Podrida

Here is an update from the College & Career Center…

CONGRATULATIONS to all of you who submitted CSU, UC, and other college applications!

Next steps…

College Portals: This is how the college will communicate with you!

Create student portals with usernames and passwords (sometimes security questions) to check your application status for all schools you applied to. To help keep track, use this cool planning tool, My College Tracker.

Senior Survey:  Please complete ASAP:

Please keep the counselors informed about your college applications or plans by completing the Senior Survey. We appreciate your few minutes of time to fill out a quick survey. Helps us to serve your needs!

Finally, Check out the 12.4 CCC email from Ms. Jacobs with the latest on Scholarships, FAFSA and Dual Enrollment at BCC for the Spring and use the dual enrollment form.

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:

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