STUDENT BULLETIN VIDEO AUG 23: Physics Club, Join Jacket, Meatless Mondays, Climate Strike, STEMinist Club + more…

Monday, August 23, 2021

Watch today’s bulletin on our @Juicethejackets Instagram

Berkeley High Events Calendar

Following & add the Berkeley High Events Calendar

Club events, performances, large school events, and other important deadlines.

Make-up School Photo on Wednesday, August 25

If you missed taking a registration week, what do I need to do? No worries, there are make-up school ID photo dates scheduled for Wednesday, August 25 during lunch and after school in the BHS Cafeteria. 

There will be one more make-up photo date on October 6th.

Visit for information on 2021-22 LifeTouch School Photos

Join a Club OR Start a Club

The BHS Student Club list is always available online on the BHS website. All student clubs are inclusive and open to new members throughout the entire school year (with only a few exceptions due to competition schedule or GPA requirements). 

BHS Student Club List

If you would like to register a NEW or RETURNING student club, then please complete a club registration form by October 31st.

Register a BHS Student Club for 2021-22

First Physics Club meeting

Come to G203 next Wednesday, August 28th, and discover the many mysteries of our universe.

Activities include: Long term project, experiments, collaboration with UC Berkeley, and more! 



First Physics Club Guest Speaker

When: 7th of September, 4:00 – 5:00 PM Pacific Time

Jonathan Wurtele: Uncovering Antimatter-Matter Asymmetry with Laser & Plasma Technology

Who: Jonathan Wurtele is a Professor of Physics at UC Berkeley. He was a Research Scientist at MIT’s Plasma Fusion Center (1984-87) and an Assistant and Associate Professor in MIT’s Physics Department (1987-95) His research has led to the first trapping of neutral antimatter in 2010.

What: The Antihydrogen Laser Physics Apparatus (ALPHA) is a collaboration at CERN. In 2010, the group used ALPHA to trap neutral antimatter for the first time. A new apparatus (ALPHA-2), was commissioned in 2014 to study matter-antimatter imbalance. Professor Wurtele will speak about his experiences working with ALPHA/plasma and laser technology and studying antihydrogen in order to learn more about the asymmetry of antimatter and matter.

Sign up here.

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 953 6186 8772

Passcode: Physics!


Come to the Youth Climate Strike this Friday in San Francisco! This is an action against environmental racism, and calling on fossil fuel divestment! We students deserve a future! DM Raven @bigravin with questions! 

This is an action by Youth vs Apocalypse 

(A Bay area youth climate group with BHS student members)



The Berkeley High Jacket Newspaper is hiring Writers, Illustrators, Photographers, and Columnists for the 2021/2022 school year!

If you are interested in joining a strong community of student journalists and help to construct our award winning paper each week, we strongly encourage you to apply.

All grades and students may apply regardless of past experience. Writer, Illustrator, and Photographer applications are due September 3, at 7pm.

Direct any questions to Jeremy Herpin at

Instagram @bhsjacket

STEMinist= STEM + Feminism

Our mission is to create a safe and encouraging environment for people who are curious about science, technology, engineering, and math as well as gender equity issues, all while bringing awareness to the underrepresentation of women in STEM. We also aim to form a supportive community at BHS in which students, especially women and non binary students, can explore, experience, learn about, and pursue STEM careers.

Every Wednesday we host guest speakers who work in the various STEM fields, who talk about their job, how to navigate the STEM field as a woman and the path to their current careers.

Email us to join an email list for more updates.

Where: Room G213

When: Wednesday’s at lunch

For more information visit:

Email us at:

or DM us on Instagram @bhs.steminist


You don’t have to go vegan to make a difference, go meatless monday! What is Meatless Monday? Simply eating vegetarian on Mondays, or any other days of the week. Our school is joining the global Meatless Monday campaign to make our impact. Why Meatless Monday? For the health of our planet, animals, and ourselves. If everyone in the U.S. ate no meat or cheese just one day a week, it would be like taking 7.6 million cars off the road! By eating 1 lb less of meat, we save more water than not taking a shower for 6 months, 16 pounds of grains, and 4 pounds of greenhouse emissions!

Find delicious FREE vegetarian food in the cafeteria, find tasty plant-based recipes at and use the Zero Waste club’s Meatless Map that shows you all the vegetarian and plant-based options around campus (! Every meal counts. Make yours today!

Here at the BHS Meatless Monday Campaign, we care a lot about food. We know food is something that many of us hold closely to our hearts. We’d love to know more about your experience with food! This is why we have created a survey to gather information about the eating habits of our community and students’ opinions on the current BHS school lunch system, so that we can create a campaign that supports students whatever their situation may be.

 We would greatly appreciate it if you help us with our mission by filling out this completely anonymous survey

 Estimated time to complete: 5-8 minutes

Instagram: @bhszerowaste

Join Redwood Literary Magazine

Interested in writing fiction or poetry? Join Redwood Literary Magazine! Redwood is published once per quarter, and our first meeting of the year is this Friday, August 27th, at lunch. We’ll be on the grass between the H building and the Little Theater. Visit or email for more information.

Fall PE Waiver due September 10

Any student, participating in a state or nationally sponsored, competitive sports activity, including a professional dance company, can request a waiver of the Physical Education requirement from the BHS Administration. Please review the entire requirements for approval of the waiver and submit the completed form by September 10, 2021. The forms are available at the Counseling Center.

Textbook Pick-Up

If you didn’t pick up your textbooks at registration, please visit the BHS library on the second floor of the D-building Monday-Thursday, 8:00-8:30 am, during lunch, or 

3:30 -4:00 pm.

The BHS LIBRARY is located on the 2ND Floor of the D-BUILDING. Here, you will have the ability to access the library on your own outside of class time, as well as during your classes with your teachers. The BHS Library is open an hour before school (7:30 – 8:30am Tue-Fri and 9:30 am on late start Mondays), during lunch, and an hour after school (3:30 – 4:30pm). Unfortunately, there is no eating or snacks allowed in the library this year, but you’re welcome to bring in a water bottle. One of the librarians, Ms. Rosenkrantz, Ms. Irby, or Ms. Fitzhugh, will always be there to support you with anything you need – finding a great new independent reading book, help printing, accessing an assignment.

You can find out more about the library on their Instagram @berkeleyhighlibrary