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HMBHS Awards 2016

 

 

 

 

 

Summer Intervention Programs 2016

6th – 12th Grade

Location: Half Moon Bay High School

Principal: Jeremiah Podczaszy

Student Dates: June 21st – July 21st

Student Hours: 8:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.*

Break: 10:00 – 10:25 a.m.

No school: July 4, 2016

Classes offered:

  • 6th Grade Math
  • 6th Grade ELD support courses
  • Migrant Intervention
  • SPED ESY 6–12 (8:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.)

*varies by program

2016-17 Bell Schedule, New Later Start Times!

Please visit our Bell Schedule site for details or click here for the printable .pdf:

2016-17 Bell Schedule.pdf

News

6/6/16

AP/Advanced Summer Work 2016 is posted! Please click on the link below to see assignments for each AP/Advanced class that requires it.  Please note that some teachers are still having Summer Assignment meetings.  You MUST attend these meetings in order to review the assignments.  

 

If you have questions, please contact the AP/Advanced teacher for further information.

 

https://hmbhs.schoolloop.com/summer-assignments

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SamTrans Summer Information!

2016 Summer Youth Pass

The 2016 Summer Youth Pass is now on sale. The pass costs only $40 and is good for unlimited travel for kids 18 years and younger from June 1 through Aug. 31.  More information is online at www.samtrans.com/syp including the ability to purchase the pass through the new SamTrans online store! 

Rider’s Digest

Starting Sunday, June 12, SamTrans will adjust four of its regular routes to improve on-time performance (Routes 17, 122, 131, 295 & 296).  Click here for details.

Earn Community Service and Make a Difference This Summer!

SUMMER VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR LITERACY PROGRAM

Get your volunteer hours helping a child learn to read here in our own community. You truly can make a huge difference in a young child's life!

Tuesday & Thursday afternoons - 1:30-3:30pm at Moonridge in HMB, grades 1-3, starting in June.

Complete your application now, so you will be cleared in time for summer (applications in 

counselors’ offices)

Fantastic resume builder for college applications and/or job applications

Sponsored by The San Mateo County Sheriff’s Activities League

Click here for the  Application

Printable 2016-2017 Bell Schedule 

CALENDAR

Food Distribution

Food Distribution will begin again in the Fall of 2016 and will not take place over the summer. The final dates for the year are: April 28th, 2016 and May 26th, 2016. Please see the FLYER for more information. 

EIR - Availability

HMBHS Track and Field Project Draft EIR

Notice of Availability

HMBHS Awarded Gaston Caperton for 2015

 
 The College Board is pleased to share the exciting news that your district has earned a position on  the 2015 Gaston Caperton Opportunity Honor Roll!  The Gaston Caperton Opportunity Honor Roll  recognizes districts for creating opportunities for traditionally underrepresented students; expanding  access to higher education by providing students with rigorous academic offerings and innovative  college-preparation programs; and demonstrating significant and consistent growth in the number of  traditionally underrepresented students and low-income students taking college-level courses, and  applying to four or more colleges.

Earn Community Service & Help our Community

Screen Shot 2016-02-07 at 8.17.16 PM.png Cabrillo Unified School District teams with Second Harvest to Distribute Food

We need volunteers during any or all of the time frame.

We'd LOVE to have high school students do their community service ...more

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