SLOHS Connect, Friday, May 16, 2014

Winter Rally 17

From the desk of Leslie O’Connor, May 16, 2014


¨ Throughout the incredibly hot days this week with Advanced Placement exams, SBAC testing, major sporting events and
cheerleading try-outs, our staff and students stayed upbeat and positive. Great job Tiger family!

¨ As you may have heard, there was an inverter failure and small fire yesterday in the parking lot on one of the solar canopies.
Senior Travis Beckett needs to be recognized for his pro-active approach in notifying the administrative team about the smoking
inverter box. Our team with the assistance of Jeff Leebrick, Jim Johnson, John Franklin, David Sprague, Mike Lara
and the custodian crew were awesome in getting the students and their cars out and allowing the fire department to do their
job. The students are to be commended for following directions and helping us all by staying calm and exiting the lot in a timely
and methodical manner. District M&O with the Sun Edison technician last night shut down ALL of the systems at all sites in our
District as a precaution. Until we know the reason for the failure, and we can be sure this was an isolated issue, the systems
will remain off.

¨ ““Legalllly Bllonde:: The Musiicall”” Friday the 16th, 17th with curtain call @ 7PM. Tickets are $6 students/$8 general admission;
faculty & staff are free. Come see the last show of the year!

¨ Congratulations to Boys Track, Boys Golf, & Boys Tennis teams for winning PAC 7 league championships. Our Girls’ Swim
team finished 2nd and Boys Swim team finished 3rd in the recent PAC 7 Championships. Diver Blake Griffith was the PAC
Champion and finished runner-up at the CIFSS diving championships. Jamie Stampf and Sabrina Semsler both finished in
the top 10 at the same CIFSS diving championships. Boys’ Volleyball finished 2nd in PAC 7 and lost at Santa Barbara in the
play-offs. Congratulations to Michael Daigle for qualifying in CISS Individuals in Boys’ Golf. Congratulations to Girls’ Softball
for defeating St. Joe’s & Boys’ Baseball for defeating top ranked Paso Robles.

¨ Good luck to our student-athletes in Boys & Girls Swim and Boys & Girls Track & Field as they travel to compete this weekend
in CIF prelims. Go Tigers!

¨ Thank you ASB for hosting a Bike to School Barbecue on Wednesday. All students and staff who rode their bike to school
were treated to a BBQ cheeseburger and drink.

¨ Come out and support our Choir Car Wash at the Sunset North Car Wash – 2110 Broad street from 9am-4pm on Saturday,
May 17. Choir gets a percentage of their profits for the day.

¨ MONDAY: TCT for staff in J-2. 1st period starts at 9:30AM

¨ TUESDAY: Senior Recognition Assembly in the New Gym at 9:00Am. Seniors report to wresting room at 8:50AM Parents of
seniors are welcome to attend. SENIORS : Please wear your college t-shirt or sweatshirt. AVID, Military, National Merit, &
CSF will be honored at the Assembly. 8th graders will be on our campus touring after the Senior Recognition Assembly.

¨ WEDNESDAY: Tiger Fest Farmers Market Style Open House from 5:00-6:45PM with a complimentary BBQ. The Golden
Tiger Excellence Awards will be held from 7:15-8:30PM in the NEW GYM.

¨ THURSDAY: Spring Sports Awards Banquet at 6:30pm in the New Gym to celebrate the successes of our Spring Athletes.

¨ FRIDAY: ASB will sponsor a Blood drive is Friday May 23rd, Parents are welcome to come to the old gym and donate blood
from 8:15- 2:30PM. Our students have multiple forms to complete if they wish to donate.

¨ SAT & SUN: Our School will host “The 24 Hour Relay.”

Enjoy your cooler weekend!