A weekly newsletter written to parents of the TLC
May 18, 2018 Vol 37
We had a fantastic turn out for our annual Millennium Awards Ceremony. I continue to be amazed at how much effort our students put into their education. It is unbelievable when you realize how small our student body is and yet we see thousands of community service hours completed, scholarships awarded and college acceptance letters received. It is another reminder to our staff and students that school is more than just subjects and classes; you are learning how to be a contributing member of society.
We are proud of all your efforts and hope that your work ethic follows you as you move through your lives.
All PCS and PreK/TK Spring Picture money/returns and all 8th grade promotion money/returns are due Friday, May 11, 2018. No later!
Lunch Menu – Week May 21 – 25
Mon. – Pizza
Tues. – Chicken or Vegi Wrap
Wed- Chicken Nuggets
Thurs –Chicken Teriyaki Bowl
Fri-Chicken Patty Sandwich
Also, we had a bunch of special friends in our class today! The Lil fishies were so excited to see a hamster, guinea pig, snake, tortoise, rooster, tarantula, hermit crab, tree frog, iguana, rabbit, chick, and a turtle.
Thank you, TLC PEP, for our awesome ice cream party!!! P2 earned an ice cream party for collecting the most box tops in our contest! All the students loved their ice cream treat, what a great way to end our busy week! Check our Instagram to see pictures of our ice cream party (username: p2pcs)!
P2 students have been learning all about habitats in science! Ask your student what they know about the desert!
Attn ALL Primary: Don’t forget that PEP will be hosting Family Movie Night next Thursday (May 31st)! It will take place at the MHS campus
THE MHS Campus is located at: 1904 N. Corral Hollow Road.
There are still six weeks left in our school year. Students are beginning to feel that summer is coming, but we still have a lot to do this year!
You are invited to a night at the African Museum. This year, the students and teachers have been learning about African culture, geography, food, disease, games, dance, art music, literature, and history. You are welcome to view some of the wonderful things students have been learning about.
When: Wednesday, May 23, 2018
Where: Tracy Learning Center on Floor and in the DCS Lunch Area
What View Student’s Dedicate DCS SWO Projects showing some of the things they have learned about Africa this year.
At the end of the evening we will have a Super Quiz where you can watch teams test their knowledge of Africa.
If you have any questions regarding this event, please contact your student’s homeroom teacher. We are looking forward to an entertaining and educational evening.
Please let your student’s homeroom teacher know if you have any questions.
- All 8th grade photos or money are PAST DUE! Please send to Mrs. Dominguez by Monday May 21st
- All money and permission slips for promotion are due by June 5th. Please contact Mrs. Dominguez at email@example.com if you have any questions or would like to help in any way.
- CJSF Stanford field trip is June 6th; parents be on the lookout for the itinerary
- Schoolwide Pentathlon will be held 5/31. If your student is participating you will receive an invitation to be a member of our audience
This week in Language Arts, students are gearing up for two school competitions! Students will participate in a schoolwide Academic Pentathlon competition on May 31, led by our AP team leaders from the county team. In June, students will test their vocabulary prowess in competitions in their classes then in the school. Winners will receive cash prizes! Students should study for both competitions.
MHS Counseling News
Millennium High School Awards Ceremony – Wednesday May 16th, 2018
Our 14th Annual Millennium High School Awards Ceremony took place on Wednesday, May 16th. The ceremony was a success. We would like to thank and acknowledge all those who participated and helped in making this a great event.
Millennium High School – Finals Week
Finals are next week. Please see the schedule for finals below, and note that students will be released early on these days:
Wednesday, May 23rd
Thursday, May 24th
10:30-12:30 Foreign Language
Friday, May 25th
8:15-10:15 Social Studies
10:30-12:30 Life Skills and Make-Ups
Fast Track begins on Tuesday, May 29th, from 8:15am to 12:30pm. Letters were mailed home to all families to share the class your student selected as well as their teacher and classroom, and details about our attendance policy during Fast Track.
College Early Start: Fall Semester
If you are interested in or required to take a college class at Delta College in the fall, please attend an informational meeting on Monday, May 21 at 12:30 in room A1. At the meeting, you will learn the benefits of our College Early Start program, as well as the multi-step process for getting signed up!
Interact Club: Water Around the World Lemonade/Iced Tea Stand
Interact Club will be selling lemonade and iced tea during lunch on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. This is an awareness and fundraising project to help build clean water wells around the world. Please send your student to school with extra change if you can!
Class of 2018 Reminders
Save the Date for the upcoming Class of 2018 Commencement Ceremony on Saturday, May 26th @ 10AM at the St. Bernard’s Holy Family Center located at 12100 W. Valpico Road. Doors will open at 9:30am for seating and tickets are required for entry. All graduates will be given 8 tickets and detailed information regarding their rehearsal the day before and specifics on the morning of the ceremony. The tickets will be distributed to students at their Senior Breakfast on May 18, 2018 along with their cap and gown. There are no additional tickets available for request as seating is extremely limited.
- Dale Lacky Memorial Scholarship: Olivia Stone
Burger King Scholars Award Scholarship: Malik Frazer
CSF Seymour Memorial Scholarship: Clara Ho
Elks Lodge National Foundation Most Valuable Student Scholarship: Jacqueline Hurtado
Freidberger Educational Fund Scholarship: Hannah Braten, Jenoah Gandall, Samiran Patel, Heidi Solis, Olivia Stone
Hire Me First Scholarship: Kayvon Moshiri
MHS College Bound Club Scholarship: 10th grade/ Jovanni Breda Green, Alondra Camarena, Christyn Chang, Natalia Chavez, Everett Conner, Evelyn Gonzalez, Rafael Guerrero, Jasmine Martinez, Xitlalic Mora, Samantha Salinas, Ashley Sanchez, Yadira Soto Munoz. 9th grade/ Mohammad Abuseineh, Kayla Amarillas, Shayla Amarillas, Justine jade Armat, Sandeep Dhadda, Alyssa Garza, Alejandro Madera, Natalie Navarro, Priscilla Perez, Gabriel Ramirez Quinones, Maria Turner, Vivienna Viloria,
Sandia Womens Connections Mathematics Award: Madelyn Beckner
Sandia Womens Connections Science Award: Yuvleen Kaur
Shanta Magan Math Scholarship: Jacqueline Hurtado
South Side Community Organization Scholarship: Jacqueline Hurtado, Kayvon Moshiri
Stockton Record Pinnacle Distinguished Student Award: Yvonne Ng
TLC Communication Scholarship: Yadira Ramirez Quinones
TAAA Wayne Nelson Scholarship: Malik Frazer, Mila Rodriguez
Tracy Breakfast Lions Club Scholarship: Jacqueline Hurtado, Sergio Ramirez
Tracy Chamber of Commerce Hispanic Business Group Scholarship: Victor Caballero, Joshua Diaz, Jacqueline Hurtado, Katarina Ruiz, Heidi Solis
Tracy Latin Athletics Club Scholarship: Christopher Kim
Tracy Rotary Club Scholarship: Olivia Stone, Sergio Ramirez, Clara Ho, Jacqueline Hurtado, Jordan Keys, Katrina Ruiz, Juan Ramirez, Heidi Solis, Yadira Ramirez Quinones, Kayvon Moshiri, Samiran Patel
Tracy Tank Town Lions Club Scholarship: Samiran Patel
U.S. Army Enlistment: Jayro Rosas, Brandon Small
U.S. Marine Corps Awards: Scholastic Excellence Award Kendall Harrington, Distinguished Athlete: Mayla Escobar, Semper Fidelis Award of Musical Excellence: Justin Chen
U.S. Marine Corps Enlistment: Jayro Rosas
Senior Recognition College early Start: Clara Ho (34 units), Jordan Keys (34 units), Samiran Patel (37 units), Kayvon Moshiri (38 units), Jacqueline Hurtado (40 units), Natalie Montoya (40 units), Isaac Torres (41 units), Joshua Diaz (43 units), Christopher Kim (43 units), Heidi Solis (43 units), Yvonne Ng (44 units), Justin Chen (45 units)
Community Service Awards: Jordan Keys 494 hrs, Jaeden Mah Bishop 501 hrs, Jacqueline Hurtado 507 hrs, Justin Chen 526 hrs, Heidi Solis 552 hrs, Kayvon Moshiri 574 hrs, Jenny Cerda 644 hrs, Derek Francisco Harrison Garcia 925 hrs, Mervitte Salaymeh 1,855 hrs
Community Service Block Letters – Olivia Joy Armat, Leigh Davis, Derek Francisco Harrison Garcia, Mervitte Salaymeh, Manal Siddiqui
CHO (Community Service Hour Overachiever Award)- Mervitte Salaymeh
Nest Awards (These students received the most points in their nest for the entire year: Peregrine: Justine Jade Armat, Kestrel: Spencer Norvell, Saker: Kayla Rico, Amur: Michael Balogh
First Ranked Falcon: 9th grade: Hannah Reyes, 10th grade Josiah Adrineda Tyler Gore, 11th grade Yuvleen Kaur, 12th grade Yvonne Ng
Athlete of the Year: Edward Perez, Olivia Stone
ACADEMIC CONTENT AREA AWARDS
Academic Decathlon: Adam Wickett
Art: Alexa Henson
Band: Mateo Ruiz
Career Education: Ashley Deep
Computers: Tyler Gore
Creative Writing: Michael Balogh
English Department: English 1 Kylie Suttle, English 2 Gianna Jackson, English 3 Veronica Knowlden, English 4 Kenneth Xiong
Film: Sanai Graden
Language: Spanish 1 Justine Jade Armat, Spanish 2: McKenzie Ardenyi, Spanish 3: Kaiden Joseph ASL 1: Nicolas Andrade Molina ASL 2: Ximena Garcia, ASL 3: Sara Satoh
Internship (fall): Saul Virgen, Internship (Spring): Leila Santana
Life Skills: Emma Brown
Math Dept: Calculus Richard Lew, Pre-Calculus Hannah Braten, Geometry Allyson Baker, Algebra 2 Jinbi Yu Diaz, Algebra 1 Zeenat Entezar, Algebra 1A Emmsa Geiss, Intro to Algebra Justine Jade Armat, Basic Math Emmanuel Velazquez, Finance Math: Annabelle Zepeda
Physical education: 9th grade Aimee Chukwuma, 10th grade Kaiden Joseph
Science: Anatomy and Physiology Yadira Ramirez Quinones, Forensic Science Richard Smith, Chemistry Spencer Norvell, Applied Chemistry Olivia Joy Armat, Biology Alexander, Mabry, Intro to Biology Shayla Amarillas, Basic Science Kayla Amarillas
Social Science: Economics Isaac Torres, Government Yvonne Ng, US History Rhys Christian, World History Anthony Rhead, Geography Amalia Contreras
Speech & Debate: Jordan Keys
Tech Construction: Joshua Haffer
Drama (Theater Arts): Best Actor in a Drama: Vincent Palacios, Best Actress in a Comedy or Drama: Allyson Baker, Best Actor in a Musical: Lyric Mendoza, Best Actress in a Musical: Izabella Miracle
Millennium High School -Senior Activities
May 22-23, 2018: Senior Grad Nite trip to Disneyland
May 24, 2018: Senior Night Rally & Senior Sunset
May 25, 2018: Graduation Practice
May 26, 2018: Graduation
Community Service Opportunities
Please see https://millenniumhscounseling.weebly.com/community-service.html for upcoming community service opportunities.
Great Community Service Opportunity!
Sunday, June 17, 2018 – Moose Father’s Day Brunch – 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Moose Lodge (35 East 6th Street, Tracy) – ring doorbell to enter facility. Volunteers: 2 dish washers and 4 servers are needed –black and white server attire required; long hair to be pulled back Volunteers MUST contact Alex Zamora for scheduling Contact: Alex Zamora (209) 815-6408 or firstname.lastname@example.org