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Today: 2/19/18
12:00 AM President Washington's Birthday (Holiday): No School

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Great information not only about ROP courses but career interest information and tools


 

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WORLD BOOK ONLINE


World Book Online is now available and free to use for MUSD students!  Click the icon below to access Worldbook OnlineWorld Book Online.gif
 

NO SCHOOL MONDAY 2/19/18

PRESIDENT'S DAY

National Merit Scholarship Finalists!


 

Congratulations to National Merit Scholarship Finalists,

Mitchell Saisho

Luis Martinez-Benegas

Destinee-Jade Hung

This is a tremendous accomplishment!

Spartans everywhere can be proud!!

Jr. Citizen of the Month


Congratulations to Alejandra Carrillo for winning Jr. Citizen of the Month!!

Jostens

Last two dates for Jostens to be on campus:

Thursday February 15 and Friday March 16th

After that, they need to go online or call Jostens for cap and gowns.

Jostens.com

Info:  bpoffice@jostens.com

714 496-3673

All Seniors

The FAFSA and CA Dream Act application period has begun.  Apply now, and don't lose out of free money from the state of California to further your education (2 year and 4 year college)  Sign up for assistance at the College Office

 

March 2nd Deadline approaching!

 

SHS #1 at Skills USA

Schurr High School remains #1 in our Region!

Here are the results

Mobile Electronics Technology

Damian Vazquez                     Gold

Ivan Vazquez                          Silver

 

Electronics Technology

Esteban Aldana                       Gold

Royce Jones                           Silver

Robert Flores                          Bronze

ELAC courses

Free College Classes for Schurr HS Students

Enroll for Spring 2018

Start getting UC/CSU transferable college credits Classes begin February 13, 2018        

What is Early College?

Earn college credits while attending high school. Credits earned are UC/CSU transferable

 

Deadline extended 

 

Courses Offered

 

Chicano Studies 20: The Mexican American In California    

Room A-13, Begins 2/15/18, Thursdays, 3pm-6pm

This course surveys the political, economic, social, and intellectual history of the Pacific Coast from the Pre-Columbian Era, the Spanish Era, the Mexican Years, and lastly, the Anglo Presence, with special emphasis on California.  A greater emphasis is given to the role of the Chicano/Latino people in the economic, political, social, and cultural development of California from the time of the Spanish Empire to the present

 

 

Child Development 1  

Room D-4, Begins 2/14/18, Wednesdays, 3pm-6pm

This is an introductory child development course that examines the major physical, psychosocial, and cognitive/language developmental milestones for children, both typical and atypical, from conception through adolescence. There is an emphasis on interactions between maturational processes and environmental factors. While studying developmental theory and investigative research methodologies, students observe children, evaluate individual differences, and analyze characteristics of growth and development at various stages.

 

Communications 101

Room A-15, Begins 2/14/18, Wednesdays, 3pm-6pm

In this course, training is offered in effective speech composition and delivery. The course assists in building confidence in the delivery of original presentations, acquaints students with the sources of speech materials, and develops discriminating listening through speech analysis.

 

Engineering Graphics & Design 111: 2-D Computer-Aided Drafting with AutoCAD

Room Library Lab 1, Begins 2/13/18, Tues/Thurs, 3pm-5:10pm

This course is an introductory course in 2-Dimensional computer-Aided Drafting using AutoCAD.  Students learn the basic tools to create and edit a simple drawing.  Topics include object construction, object properties, layers, orthographic projections, auxiliary views, parametric tools, basic dimensioning, template building, and plotting

 

Introduction to Robotics MIT 220

Library Computer Lab 1 Begins 2/14/18 Monday/Wednesday 3:00-5:10pm    

This introductory course in robotics emphasizes hands-on experience to build a basic functional robot. Students learn about electric motors, servos, sensors, switches, actuators and their application in a robot. Students learn Basic Stamp computer programming and its integration into a working robotic unit. The course also includes mechanical assembly, connecting electronic components, wiring and soldering, and testing.

 

Sign up for classes at College Office

Hot Senior Scholarships

Ambassador Program to Japan

As part of these historical programs, the Montebello Student Ambassador Exchange with Ashiya, Japan, established in 1964, will celebrate 54 years in 2018. The Student Ambassador experience allows Montebello students to travel to Japan, live in the homes of Ashiya families and participate in Japanese cultural events. In exchange, Ashiya students come to live in Montebello; thus, the
program serves to strengthen and promote better understanding and friendship between the United States and
Japan.  Click link below for more information

 

Application

Age: 16+

GPA: 2.5+

Peerlife Student Resource Guide

...Those ready for a new challenge: these resources are for you. Whether you are an incoming senior or an incoming freshman--whether you have created a blueprint for your future or haven’t yet begun to craft that future--this guide is for you. 

 

Peerlift Student Resource Guide


 

Peerlift Student Ambassador Opportunity

Peerlift Student Ambassador. The student leader, preferably in 10th or 11th grade, would work with Peerlift to do grassroots outreach at Schurr HS and the surrounding area.  The student would receive further opportunity to collaborate with our team of college freshmen, many of whom are attending Stanford, Yale, Harvard and the University of Pennsylvania this year.  To read more information, please go to our get involved section or go over our application form here.

 

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College Office

Principal's Message

SHS Weekly Newsletter 2/13


Honor Roll Criteria

AP Honors Contract


CSF Tutoring Tue/Wed/Thursday

3-4pm in the library

Graduation 2018

Graduation 2018

2017-2018 Parent/Student Handbook

College Month

College Season is in full swing!

 

 

College Thursdays

SHS Transcript Request

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Parchment/Transcript Request Information

Schurr High School Students, Parents, and Alumni now have an online service where they can request an Offical High School transcript and send it to the college/destination of their choice with just a few clicks.  With Parchment, the leader in e-Transcript exchange,transcripts are requested, and sent and delivered electronically, securely, and confidentially. 

Student Tutorial

 

 LCAP Information


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Click above to view MUSD LACP page.  The 2015-2018 LCAP Draft is available for viewing and comment. A hard copy is available at the Administration Reception Area

MUSD and Schurr High School have adopted and promote a comprehensive policy against discrimination on the basis of age, ancestry, color, creed, the lack of English Language skills, marital status, medical condition, national origin, physical or mental disability, pregnancy, race, religion or sex in employment and educational activities, opportunities and programs.

Any inquiries concerning the application of the policy may be directed to Montebello Unified School District, 123 South Montebello Blvd., Montebello, California 90640, (323) 887-7900.