Daily Bulletin (2/28)

Happy Friday! This is your daily bulletin for February 28th, 2020. 

  1. Next week kicks off March and Multicultural Week! On Monday, seniors dress as seniors, juniors dress as adults, sophomores dress as toddlers, and freshmen dress as babies! See you all on Generations Day next Monday!

  2. Class of 2020 Graduation is closer than you think.  To avoid paying rush charges for your Senior Portraits please call JP Impressions to order or have your website re posted.  They are open most Saturdays for your ordering convenience as well.

  3. Yearbooks are now on sale online and in the A-06 bank for only $65! Buy before THIS SATURDAY at yearbookordercenter.com, and use the code “6072”! What better way to look back at the year than buying a yearbook! 

  4. Hey Seniors!! Have you taken your senior portraits? Do you want to submit a senior quote for the yearbook? Well now you can! Submit your quote at tinyurl.com/IHSSeniorQuotes2020, again, tinyurl.com/IHSSeniorQuotes2020, or go to @ihs.yearbookclub and click the link in their bio. 

  5. If you are still interested in joining track and field, the last day to join is today, Feb. 28th. You must be cleared prior. For questions, email Mr. Ly or see him in N-02.

  6.  Heyyyy sixers, Sadies is right around the corner, FRIDAY MARCH 6, in two weeks time and tickets are starting to go on sale. This years theme is…. GLOWCHELLA where you come decked out in Coachella attire with a glow in the dark twist! If interested in coming you can buy any Sadies ticket for $10 from any IHS Cheerleaders or $15 at the door. 

  7. Hey guys, Latino Student Union will be selling CoolTeaBar Boba today after 6th and 7th period. The flavors are peach fruit green tea and strawberry black tea. Please come and grab a refreshing drink for only $4 while supporting LSU. See you there!

  8. Hey hey everyone! UNICEF will NOT be having a general meeting today.

  9. Want to join a group that spreads awareness and positivi-TEA? Join the YWCA’s Teens Ending Abuse group, or TEA Club. Members of the TEA Club will learn about issues around our community and how you can safely stand up against violence. First session is on Wednesday, March 4th during 3rd period.  The TEA Club is open to everyone until March 11th. To join reach out to Leah Cohen in the Student Support Center, D05.   

  10. RC Car club students, Permission Slips for are due today in M54, Mr Winterlins room.  If you do not turn in the signed permission slips you will not be able to attend any of the RC Car Races.

  11. The Black Student Union is hosting a book drive to donate to charity for all of Black History Month. Please support BSU by donating any and all books that you can to Room C404 or to Mr. Flournoy before March 1st. Thank you so much and we hope you have a wonderful Black History Month!

  12. Hey Seniors, Just a reminder that there are 2 community college application workshops happening this week. San Jose City College will be doing an application workshop in the Library on Wednesday during 4th and 5th periods. Evergreen Valley College will be doing an application workshop in the Library on Thursday during 4th and 5th periods. Please register in Naviance if you’re interested in attending!

  13. Sixers Varsity Baseball got a big win at Home yesterday defeating North Salinas 4-3! Starring in the big win were the Senior Leaders and Captains as David Jen pitched a Complete Game, striking out 9 and only allowing 1 earned run. He also lead the way with his bat delivering a Monster triple driving in a run. Not to be out done Tevis Payne was a terror on the bases, as he had 2 Steals and scored 2 runs, giving the North Salinas pitchers headaches all day long. Completing the trio of Captains Tim Bradford hosed 2 North Salinas players attempting to steal and contributed an RBI and a run scored. Coming up in the clutch was also Josh Bautista as he had 2 RBIs on the day. They are now 1-1 and looking for another win Vs. Summit Denali Friday at Twin Creeks Sports Complex 330pm

  14. The Sixers basketball team’s bid to make the Central Coast Section finals for the first time in 38 years fell short with a 68-56 loss to Sequoia High School. The team showed its customary grit and toughness competing valiantly throughout the night. Led by the efforts of seniors Bryan Tang and James Cahiga, juniors Tobey Flores and Alex Perez, and sophomores Luciano Caro, Elijah Sanchez and Charles Perez; the Sixers just couldn’t quite catch a very talented sequoia team. It was a successful 2019-20 basketball season; 2 preseason tournament championships, a modest 4th place finish in the very challenging Mt Hamilton League, and of course the deep playoff run. All of Independence should be proud of this year’s team. Go 6ers!

Want to stay updated on activities but just miss the announcements? Visit IHSActivities.com to read the daily bulletin! 

If you, your club, or even your sports team would like to share an announcement over the speakers, email it to ihs.bulletins@gmail.com, again, I-H-S DOT BULLETINS WITH AN S @ GMAIL DOT COM. 

AND OF COURSE, if you lost any keys, bags, backpacks, clothing, cracked phones, glasses, or maybe even your ID card, it might be in the A06 office. Drop by and claim your LOOOSSTT ITEMSSSSS!

Have a Fantastic Friday Sixers, and remember to dress out for Generations Day! 


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