While AP Biology students at La-Mirada and John Glenn are reading textbooks and watching mundane animations of the Central Dogma, Norwalk High students spent three weeks collaborating on an international scientific initiative with professionals at the Coastal Marine Biolabs in Ventura.
It is a cold awakening to realize that you now have to register yourself for all of these things, but hopefully this will help lighten that load a bit.
This year, the City of Norwalk’s Recreation and Park Services is hosting its Summer Youth Worker Program. The applications to participate in this summer program are being made available late in March.If you have any further questions about signing up or about the Summer Youth Worker Program in general, just call M. Antunez at this number, (562) 929-5518.
Attention Juniors: Sign up now for SAT I prep classes being offered before and after school right on campus. Go to the Activities Office and pay $20, which covers the cost of a new study guide and all classes. If you have more questions, see Mrs. Wong in Room 359 or e-mail her at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
There's no escaping the dreaded Senior Project. The good news is that the required research paper is done and now seniors only have to worry about completing their 20 hours of required field work. Sounds easy enough, but plenty of seniors still stress out about what to do for field work and actually getting 20 hours done on time in order to graduate.
Sophomores should start gearing up to take one of the most important tests of their lives: the California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE). All high school students in California must pass both sections--Language Arts and Mathematics--of the CAHSEE in order to graduate from high school. The CAHSEE will be held on March 13 and 14 at Norwalk High School for all sophomores and upperclassmen who have not passed one or both sections of the test.
Norwalk High School's Bible Club members were invited to attend the annual Mayor's Prayer Breakfast, held at the Doubletree Hotel. Senior Class President and Bible Club President Lizette Acosta gave the New Testament reading, and junior Ashlynn Walker sang the National Anthem.