New Spirit Wear With A Purpose!
Acalanes! Check out the new spirit wear available and order by Monday, October 12th. There are a few cancer awareness items, an Acalanes bucket hat (highly requested by students) and our Acalanes anti-racist shirt. Orders will be available for pick-up October 29th.
Looking for CARE Leaders
Acalanes is continuing our education around issues of equity. One of the ways we will do this is through CARE Week & CARE Workshops, which are student-led. We are looking for 55 students to lead a workshop in Monday cohort about on campus discrimination, bias and lived student experience at Acalanes and in our community. We are looking for students who are versed in the protocol (compass and agreements) as well as students who can be comfortable leading uncomfortable conversations. Apply here.
Monday, Oct 5 – Class Shirt, Spirit Wear and Yearbook Pick-up
Stop by room 314 from 7:30-8:45am or 1:30-3pm to pick up your class shirt, spirit wear order or yearbook if you have yet to do so.
Tuesday, Oct 6 – Volunteer Service Awards Informational Meeting
Join us for a Zoom meeting all about volunteer service on Tuesday at lunch. Zoom link will be sent out via canvas. College & Career Advisor Wendy Reicher and APC Volunteer Program liaison Diane Archer will join me in answering questions about the awards program and ways to give back to you community. Here are the 2020-2021 volunteer forms.
Club meetings continue this week. Encourage your student to attend even if they missed the first meeting last week. Check out our 44 clubs!
ACA-Fire Relief Fund
Fires continue to plague our state and our local community. Together, as an Acalanes community, we wanted to support our first responders and those who have been affected. Consider contributing to the Acalanes Fire Relief Fund. If everyone at Acalanes donates $1, we would be at $1,400 total. Let’s do this Dons!
Tomorrow, Oct 5 – Last Day To Drop Off School Supplies for Stege
Acalanes is holding a supplies drive for Stege Elementary School, our sister school since 2013. Each year we make personal bags for every student at Stege and work with their administration to hand them out. This year we are collecting pencils, erasers, crayons and colored pencils between now and October 5. There are bins at the flagpole.
If I can ever do anything to help you or your student, don’t hesitate to reach out!
Katherine Walton, Student Activities Director