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The Pinole Valley rock experience hit the quad Friday at lunch time playing a great set that had people grooving to the sounds and sights of Adam Liddicoat and Kazuma Minton. This marks the third time, the duo has played on stage and we enjoyed the mix of original songs and some covers. The energy at lunch is a happy one with kids going to their clubs, enjoying movies in the library or hanging out enjoying the sounds of A Little Live once again.
It's been the rise of Pinole Valley this Fall. Girls tennis is off to the best season start in a decade with a 3-0 record after turning back Vallejo High 7-0 on Thursday. The girls have two non-league opponents this next week and then return to the TCAL foes to try to wrap up the first flag in that sport in years. The volleyball girls are 7-1 as they head into a busy week, the ladies are going to be home Tuesday, and would love to see you there. Cross Country season starts this Thursday and the boys above are already scoring personal bests. Football plays Alhambra tonight in a double header while water polo doubled up Dougherty Valley in a scrimmage and is back in the pool at CCC this upcoming Tuesday
Students were asked to demonstrate 1 point perspective using their name as part of the design. They also experimented with several colored pencil techniques. Kaleo's mix of warm and cool colors creates contrast and allows your eye to weave in and out of his name. He creates a variety of values using 1 colored pencil, applying colored pencil with a lot of pressure creates a paint-like effect (burnishing).
The first ever meeting of the Ocean Conservation Club is happening with Mr. Heyward today in D 303. Every third Friday we will be in session. Book Club today choosing our new book in the Library Muslim Student Union with Ms. Brady in D 306 Math Club with Mr. Liu in C 106 Lego with Mx. Phan in C 104 Juggling with Mr. Villars in C 301 Introverts with Ms. T in D 104 Yearbook with Ms. Villars in D 102 Choir doing its rehearsal late today after school and then its event with song and band later this afternoon.
New club today–the Muslim Student Assocation, open to all interested in culture, cuisine, fashion, politics and more. Ms. Brady’s the place D 306 Book Club welcomes newcomers today to the library, be there at lunch Math Club with Mr. Liu in C 106 Speech and Debate with teacher of the month, Ms. Lamons in D 309 Introverts with Ms. Tremor in D 104 Jugglers know what’s up with Mr. Villars in C 301 Legos happen with Mx. Phan in C 104 Robotics with Ms. Johnson today on in D110. And Thursday with the help of the Rich City Riders, a bicycling coalition, we had the quad filled with music, giant chess pieces and juggling balls. And poetry
Barbara created a cloth barrier between the viewer and the subject. Additionally, there is emphasis on the color, which conveys emotion and gives a feeling of being underwater. We feature each of our Artists of the Day on the morning announcements and share that with the school and the community. Some of this year's art may go on our year end calendar. Look for it! It's the images that will look sharp.
For this boat to float, we need everyone to get their tickets soon. The senior boat cruise is a tradition that only happens if we can sell enough tickets to set the boat afloat. Come to the cashier's office after today and put down your payment to reseve your spot. The dress code is semi formal and the cruise is a lovely one that travels the bay and under the bridge. Join us if you can, class of 23 for a night you won't forget.
The girls season got off to a great start with a 4-3 win yesterday against Richmond High, the young Spartan team showed some grit and will need to show the same as they play two more games in two days. The vollyeball girls are on the road at DeAnza tonight and then it is a cross country friendly happening tomorrow befroe JV football on Friday. All the Fall sports have gotten off to good starts and we look forward to the league action and stretch run for all of our student athletes. Look for news of Winter (soccer, basketball and wrestling coming soon)
Everything happens on Wednesday. The garden club at the end of school or MESA, the Math Engineering Science club, during the day we have the Miniature Games club, the Celtic Club, the Christain Club, the e-sports crew, the Art Club, and also after school will be the Earth Team and Encore Dance, hope we see all of you tomorrow on Club Day!
Students were asked to take a photo against a light background in order to create visual contrast between the background and the person, producing a silhouette effect. The placement of the figure and the gradation of the sky makes Brenda’s photo looks balanced and complete. We will be putting these images up around campus soon, when we set up the monitors in the C and D building to allow a running screen of both announcements and strong student art. Way to go, Brenda
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