Good Morning Computech Tigers!
Today is Wednesday, October 9th, and we are on Gold schedule.
At this time please stand for the pledge of allegiance. Ready, begin: I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. Thank you, you may be seated.
K-Pop Club meets today at lunch in Room 53
Congratulations to our Cross Country Teams on a great season. In district championships yesterday our boys team, led by Diego Ramirez and Christopher Ruiz, finished in 4th place, despite missing 3 of our top runners. Our girls, led by Gabriela Ramirez and Jocelyn Montes, helped secure a 2nd place finish for the Varsity Girls and a nice trophy to show for their effort.
Congratulations to both Boys and Girls Water Polo Teams on their wins yesterday over Fresno High Region.
Good luck to our Girls Volleyball Team tonight as they play in the volleyball championship at 6pm at Edison High School. Come out and support our awesome Computech girls.
Attention students interested in wrestling and basketball… try outs begin tomorrow after school.
Today will be our first School Site Council and PTSO Meetings. School Site Council meeting will take place from 3-3:45pm in Room 92 and PTSO will meet in the Library at 5:30pm.
1st quarter report cards will be sent home through advisory class tomorrow, October 10th. Tomorrow is also Picture Makeup Day during PE classes. That day remains Computech Standard of Dress for all students.
Students, we have a lot of books that are not being returned. If you have a book that is overdue, please bring it in as soon as possible. Starting on Friday, a book you have out 5 days longer than the due date will result in a fine. Once the book is brought back, the fine will be removed. We have over 215 overdue books. Check your backpack and bring in your books. Simply drop it off in the book return box. Also a reminder that daily loaner laptops are to be returned each day by the end of the day. We have a new Librarian, Mrs. Ward, and a new technician, Mrs. Key. Stop by and say hello, or better yet, return or check out a book!
In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, today’s quote of the day from Singer and songwriter, Gloria Estefan, “I am trying to teach my children to feel a responsibility for their fellow human beings and a sense of connection with … the world around them.”
Those are your announcements for the day. Have a great day and Go Tigers!