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Dear Parent or Guardian,

This Spring, our students will be participating in the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP). CAASPP is the State’s academic testing program and includes the computer-adaptive Smarter Balanced Assessment (SBA), California Alternate Assessment (CAA), and the new California Science Test (CAST). The CAA is designed for students with significant cognitive disabilities while ensuring they still attain increasingly higher achievement levels and leave high school ready for academic or career options. These assessments provide information that can be used to monitor student progress on an annual basis and ensure that all students leave high school ready for college and career.

Students in grades 3-8 and 11 will take the SBA or CAA. Additionally, students in grade 5, 8, and 12 will take the CAST. Our school is still finalizing the specific testing window and will provide those dates as soon as they have been determined.

 

Should you wish to provide opportunities for your child to practice these tests prior to the actual administration they can be found at this link: http://www.caaspp.org/practice-and-training/index.html by clicking on Student Interface Practice and Training Tests. Additional resources for parents are available through the California Department of Education (http://www.cde.ca.gov/ta/tg/ca/), the California PTA (http://capta.org/focus-areas/education/student-assessments/), and Capistrano USD (http://capousd.ca.schoolloop.com/CAASPPforParents).

This year, in addition to receiving results in English Language Arts and Mathematics, students in grades 5, 8, and 12 may also receive results in Science. CAST is in its second year of administration and is considered a field test. This means that while some form of scores will be provided, students, parents, and educators should exercise caution when interpreting these results. School and District staff will use the CAST results appropriately based on guidance from the State. As always, State testing results are only one indicator of student performance as the District routinely uses other data points to guide instruction throughout the year. All results will be mailed home and made available through Aeries Parent Portal in Fall 2018.

Staff is here to support parents and students. Counselors are available to alleviate testing anxiety students may experience. Please do not hesitate to reach out to our Guidance Office with any questions or concerns.

Sincerely,

Deni Christensen

Principal – Aliso Niguel High School

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Posted by: Deni Christensen
Published: 2/15/18




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Participation in the 2017-2018 Physical Fitness Test

 

 

Dear CUSD Parent or Guardian:

 

 

During Spring 2018 our students in grades five, seven, and nine will participate in the California Physical Fitness Test (PFT). The annual PFT is required for students in California public schools. This health-related fitness test is intended to help students acquire lasting habits of regular physical activity.

 

The PFT includes tests for six areas of fitness, including Aerobic Capacity, Body Composition, Abdominal Strength and Endurance, Trunk Extensor Strength and Flexibility, Upper Body Strength and Endurance, and Flexibility. There are two or three test options for most of the fitness areas so that all students, including those with special needs, have the chance to participate in the PFT.

 

For each fitness area, a student’s performance is classified into the Healthy Fitness Zone (HFZ) or into other zones. The desired performance goal for each test is the HFZ, which indicates a level of fitness that offers some protection against diseases related to physical inactivity.

 

Students and parents can access the PFT results through the Aeries Portal and the results will be mailed to the home address of the student in the fall of 2018. These results will help students understand their individual levels of fitness. Students are encouraged to talk about these results with their parents or guardians and their physical education teacher. Parents and guardians can use these results to help their children plan appropriate fitness activities.

 

If you have any questions about your child’s participation in the PFT or the test results, please do not hesitate to reach out to our school office. For more information about the PFT, please visit the California Department of Education PFT Web page at http://www.cde.ca.gov/ta/tg/pf/.

 

Sincerely,

 

Deni Christensen

Principal - Aliso Niguel High School

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Posted by: Deni Christensen
Published: 2/15/18




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Please visit the ANHS iPad Academy website for information on the upcoming 2018-2019 school year:

 

www.alisoniguel.com/ipadacademy

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Posted by: School Loop and Illuminate Help (Silberman)
Published: 2/15/18




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The following information from Cal State Fullerton is being shared with students; please also see the attached flyer:

 

The Johns Hopkins Engineering Innovation (EI) Summer Program at Cal State Fullerton is looking for motivated students interested in learning more about a career in engineering!  The Johns Hopkins Engineering Innovation Summer Program is an exciting college-level summer program for motivated high school students with math and science aptitudes and an interest in or curiosity about engineering.  This experience is equivalent to a college semester-long course condensed into 4 weeks where students learn to think and problem-solve like an engineer.  Students will complete lab activities in computer engineering, chemical engineering, electrical/computer engineering, materials science, civil, and mechanical engineering.  They also prepare a presentation in response to a Request for Proposal, learn about engineering economics, write a research paper, build a spaghetti bridge, and have the opportunity to earn college credit. 

Through EI, students apply their knowledge of math and science to labs and hands-on projects, and concepts they’ve learned in high school are linked to real-world practice. Students’ confidence grows as they attend college-level lectures, tackle problems, test theories, and ultimately learn to think like engineers.  Of our EI alumni, 85% have gone on to major in engineering.

 

ABOUT ENGINEERING INNOVATION:

Important Dates:

·   EI Course: 

o  California State University, Fullerton: 

§ June 25,  – July 20, 2018; Monday – Friday; 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

·   Application & Admission Decisions/Deadlines: There are several rolling deadlines until the course is full: February 15, March 1, March 15, April 1, April 15, May 1, May 15

  • Final Application Deadline: June 1, 2018

Recommended for highly motivated 10th, 11th or 12th graders who have:

  • Completed Algebra II
  • Completed Trigonometry
  • Completed a Lab Science
  • Experience with spreadsheets
  • A’s or B’s in math and science courses

    Some key benefits to students:

  • Learn skills common to all engineering disciplines
  • Complete lab activities and hands-on projects in many different types of engineering (chemical, electrical, computer, mechanical engineering and material science)
  • Gain insight while attending college-level lectures
  • Solve problems; generate solutions; test theories
  • Develop team building skills and make new friends through team projects
  • Earn Johns Hopkins University credit,  if grade of A or B achieved
  • Experience a college campus

    Program Cost

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Posted by: Deni Christensen
Published: 2/14/18




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FREE Teen Driving Safety Program REQUIRED FOR STUDENT PARKING in 2018-19

Dear Wolverine students and parents/guardians:

Beginning with the 2018-19 school year, Aliso Niguel High School will join all other CUSD high schools in requiring completion of a FREE Teen Driving Safety Program in order for students to be eligible to apply for a campus parking permit. (*See note below.)  The one-hour program will be hosted by ANHS PTSA and held on the Aliso Niguel campus during multiple spring and summer dates, as well as at other high school sites within the Capistrano Unified School District.  Students who plan to apply for parking will be required to attend this one-hour class with at least one parent/guardian; the program will present the importance of safe driving and the effects on student and public safety.  (This program is now required at all six CUSD high schools in order to apply for parking.)   

Dates and Key Information:

  • Student and at least one parent must attend together.
  • Spring presentation dates are: April 10 or 12, 2018 (attend one date only; not both).
  • The program is FREE.  No pre-registration or RSVP is required.
  • Presentation begins at 6:30 p.m. sharp (one hour); student and parent must both arrive before 6:30 pm – no late entries.
  • Presentation location: ANHS Gym
  • Presenter:  Impact Teen Driving – sponsored by ANHS PTSA
  • Students must bring their ID cards to be scanned upon admittance.
  • Certificate of completion is awarded at the end of the one-hour session.
  • The certificate of completion must be presented when applying for a parking permit but does NOT guarantee issuance of a parking permit (see note below *).
  • Students and parents can attend the program at other CUSD high schools if the ANHS dates are inconvenient.
  • A one-time completion of this program is good for all years of attendance at ANHS.
  • *IMPORTANT NOTE: Completion of the program allows students to be eligible to apply for a campus parking permit; however, it does NOT guarantee a parking permit.  There are other eligibility factors, and parking spaces are limited.
  • Additional summer presentation dates will be announced in late spring.

If you have questions, please contact Assistant Principal Andrea Tong.

 

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Posted by: Deni Christensen
Published: 2/13/18




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Looking for an eye opening and life changing class for next year?  Sign up for AP Art History!  Learn about art and culture spanning 35,000 years! Units of study include Prehistoric Art, African Art, Asian Art, Islamic Art, Oceanic Art,  American and European Art, and Contemporary Art to name a few.  You are guaranteed to never look at art and architecture the same way again!  Come to an informative meeting this Thursday at lunch in room 708.  See Ms. Brown or your counselor for more details.  

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Posted by: Ann Zendner
Published: 2/13/18




Audience: Senior Activities, ASB, Homepage, Staff, Homepage, Activities, Grade 12, Students and Parents

Senior Disney Trip Tickets NOW ON SALE!!!!
 

Tickets are $140 with ASB  $150 without.  All Tickets are Park Hooper Tickets. Transportation for park pass holders is $15.
 

Monday May 21st, 2018.   Please plan to arrive at 8:15 am in front of the main gym.  Buses will depart at  9:00 am. Buses will arrive back to School at 10:00 pm.
 

Bus transportation is included.  If you already have a pass Transportation is only $15. This is a school sponsored field trip and everyone is required to ride the bus.
 

Tickets may be purchased online or from the Activities window during the posted hours. 
 

When you purchase your Disneyland ticket or transportation (for those that have a Disney pass) you will need to pick a bus number 1 through 9.  Once you pick a bus that will be your assigned bus no switching.  If you want to ride with your friends be sure and know what bus number they are on or just purchase together.  

 

Activities window hours are:  Before school (7:30am to 8:00am), Lunch and after school until 3pm. 

 

The tickets are also available online at the Wolverine Marketplace

Click here to go to the site. 

 

Permission slips are available online and in the front office. 

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Posted by: Ann Zendner
Published: 2/12/18




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Please see information below regarding services for Kyle Escobar.

 

The Escobar Family would appreciate friends and classmates who knew Kyle writing letters that include stories about Kyle, how they met him, what he meant to them, etc. 

 

These letters can be brought to the Friday 2/16/18 evening memorial (see below), the Saturday 2/17/18 funeral (see below), or can be dropped off in a basket on the alter at Corpus Christi Church (address below), or in the basket at the front reception desk in the ANHS school main office. 

 

Service Information:

Friday, February 16th, there will be a memorial service at the O’Connor Mortuary from 7:00 - 9:00 pm, address 25301 Alicia Pkwy, Laguna Hills. Aliso Niguel families and students are welcome to attend.

 

Saturday, February 17th a funeral mass will be held at 10:00 am at Corpus Christi Catholic Church, address 27231 Aliso Viejo Pkwy, Aliso Viejo.  Aliso Niguel families and students are welcome to attend.  This will be a full funeral mass followed by a reception. 

 

Thank you for your support of Kyle's family during this very sad time.

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Posted by: Deni Christensen
Published: 2/9/18




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The link below is tied to a unique 7-week summer immersion program for girls who are interested in computer coding.

Check it out!

https://girlswhocode.com/summer-immersion-programs/

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Posted by: Deni Christensen, Principal, Aliso Niguel High School
Published: 2/8/18




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Futureology has over 10 FREE events/workshops to help you navigate your college and career options all in February & March. Don’t procrastinate and sign up early (some events have limited seating)!

 

Register @ www.cusd-futureology.org/appointments-events.

For a full events description, Click Here.

 

FEBRUARY

  • Parent Q&A: Athletic Recruiting Tips: Sun Feb 11 @ 6-7pm – Online Forum
  • College Bound “Dreamers”: Thur Feb 22 @ 6-7pm – District Office Board Room
  • Finding Best Fit Colleges: How To Choose – and Get Into – the College Best For You
    • Mon Feb 26 @ 6-7:15pm – Tesoro HS Theater
    • Tues Feb 27 @ 6-7:15pm – Dana Hills HS Porthole Theater
  • STEM-tacular Opportunities: Wed Feb 28 @ 5:30pm-6:30pm – Capistrano Valley HS Mall

 

MARCH

  • College List Jumpstart Workshop: Starting March 5- March 27 once a week during lunch at Dana Hills HS, San Juan Hills HS, and Capo Valley HS. Each school will vary dates; see registration page for full details
  • Career Connections Series: So You Think You Want To Be An Engineer: Thur. March 1 @7pm – Online Webinar
  • Parent Q&A: Extracurricular Activities & Exploring Interests: Sun Mar 25 @ 6-7pm – Online Webinar
  • Mock Admissions Case Study Night & Mini-College Fair: Tue Mar 27: 6-8:15pm – SJHHS, Theater

 

Register for any Futureology Events at www.cusd-futureology.org/appointments-events

 

 

Your Futureology Team

 

And Don’t Forget To Follow Us On: Twitter. Instagram. Facebook @cusdfutureology

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Posted by: Naomi Tran, District Admin, Capistrano Unified School District
Published: 2/7/18




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The following information and attached flyer have been provided by UCI for high school students who may be interested in a unique summer program:

 

The 2018 Summer Surgery Program offers two, two-week intense sessions for mature high school students who are at least 16 years old, have a minimum GPA of 3.5, and are currently enrolled in high school (2018 graduates are welcome to apply).

 

The dates for each session:

Session I: July 9th – July 20th  
Session II: July 23rd – August 3rd (room and board available)

 

The application process is currently open – don’t wait!

If you are interested in the program, please visit our website for more information:

UC Irvine Health, Summer Surgery Program or you may contact Special Events Coordinator Nicole Givenrod at 714-456-6047 or at ngivero@uci.edu.

 

Talented high school students, who qualify for our program, will have the opportunity to:

  • Observe live surgical cases
  • Gain hands-on experience with our state-of-the-art da Vinci robot
  • Learn actual surgical skills in open, laparoscopic and robotic surgery through surgical skills workshops
  • Become proficient and certified in Basic Life Support training and CPR
  • Work in the UC Irvine Medical Education Simulation Center, a four-story center that includes a full-scale operating room, emergency room trauma bay, obstetrics suite and critical care unit
  • Perform in-depth fetal pig dissection with an emphasis on the types of surgical cases the students will see in the operating room
  • Interact and learn with a highly motivated team of surgical faculty, medical students and undergraduate students at all levels of training.

 

Tuition for the Summer Surgery Program is:

Session 1: July 9th – July 20th 

Cost: $4,550 per student

 

Session 2: July 23rd – August 3rd

Cost: $4,550 per student

Cost: $5,850 per student (with room and board)

 

Program Scholarships are available; please see our website for additional details on how to apply!

 

Don’t wait to apply, as spots will fill quickly! Space is limited to 24 students per session.

 

 

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Posted by: Deni Christensen, Principal, Aliso Niguel High School
Published: 2/5/18




Audience: Homepage, Staff, Grade 09, Grade 10, Homepage, Grade 11, Grade 12, Students and Parents

Winter Formal "Winter Ball 2018" is this Saturday, Feb 3rd, 2018

Doors open at 7pm and the dance ends at 10pm.  See a few reminders below:

 

Reminders

 

 

Students Attending Winter Formal

  • ANHS students must have their student ID, this is their ticket in.  All guests should have their picture school ID or driver’s license.
     
  • The venue address is: Yost Theater – 307 N. Spurgeon Street  – Santa Ana, CA  - Directions on school’s web site (see attached map)
     
  • Students that will be self-parking will need to pay for parking.  The nearby parking structure is $4 for the night and there is street parking by meter.
     
  • Reminders for all students and parents:  At approximately 8:45pm once all the students that are scanned into the dance, a list will be generated with any students that purchased a ticket but did not show up at the entrance for scanning.  The parents will be notified by phone that the student did not come to the dance.  Please let us know if your student is not planning on coming to the dance because of illness, family event, etc. by 4pm on Friday, Feb 2nd.  If you find out last minute please email Ann Zendner aczendner@capousd.org  with your information so I can call to verify the student will not be showing.

 

Winter Formal Reminders

  • Dance hours are 7pm to 10pm.  Students must check in by 8:30pm to be admitted into the dance, unless prior arrangements have been made with the Activities Director, Ann Zendner.
  • No student will be allowed to leave the dance until 9:30pm, unless prior arrangements have been made with the Activities Director.
  • NO GUM is allowed at this venue, there will be a bag and pocket search before entering the dance.
  • Boys: you are not required to wear a tux, a jacket or sports coat is appropriate, however, a long-sleeved shirt with collar and tie is recommended.
  • There will be a bag/coat check to secure items at no charge.
  • Light snacks and beverages will be available at no charge for all students.
  • Photography will be available at no cost. 
  • ANHS administration will be breathalyzing all students at the entrance to the dance.  Any student testing positive for alcohol will be directed to administration for further analysis.  This procedure serves as a deterrent to student drinking and empowers students with an additional tool to make the right choices.
  • Please make sure you follow the dance guidelines and dress code that is on the activities dance contract both student and parent signed at the beginning of the school year. 

 

Students that have purchased a ticket and will be riding the ALISO CHARTER BUS :

 

  • You must be in front of the school by 6:00pm for check in.  The bus will be leaving at 6:15pm. You will be checked in and when you arrive at the venue.....no waiting in line, just walk right in and start enjoying the dance.
  • 10:00pm is your check in time, all students must return on the bus unless prior arrangements have been made with the Activities Director. Students report to the front entrance and wait for the bus.
  • No ticket is necessary or receipt, we have your name on a list from your purchase.  If purchased a ticket and you are not going on the bus, please let us know so we are not waiting for you.
  • The charter bus will return to Aliso Niguel High School by 10:45pm for parents to pick up.  Please be on time, adult supervision will need to leave by 11:00pm
     
  • You must wear shoes at all times!  Ladies, if your shoes are uncomfortable to dance in, bring sneakers or flip flops to change into. Coat check will not accept shoes unless you have another pair of shoes to wear during the dance.
     
  • Avoid lost items and theft.  Do not bring valuables or large amounts of money to the dance. There will be coat/bag check available at no charge to secure your items.
     
  • Students are not allowed to have more than 40 people in a vehicle (limo/limo bus). If you have more than 12 students in any vehicle, you must provide a passenger list and submit to Mr. Brosamer before the dance. Transportation contract online…..all on bus must sign. Make a copy of the form for the AP when you depart from the bus. 

 

 

Parking at venue (street or structure)  is $4.00 for the night.

See attached Map

 

 

Have a wonderful time! 

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please print out and bring to the Activities Window before school, lunch or after school until 3pm.

 

 

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Posted by: Ann Zendner
Published: 1/30/18




Audience: Senior Activities, ASB, Homepage, Staff, Grade 09, Grade 10, Homepage, Grade 11, Activities, Grade 12, Students and Parents

Please submit to the front office by February 2nd by 3pm. This is an extended date for this dance.  

 

You must have a copy on hand at the venue.

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Posted by: Ann Zendner
Published: 1/29/18




Audience: ASB, Homepage, Grade 09, Grade 10, Homepage, Grade 11, Activities, Grade 12, Students and Parents

There will be a Charter Bus going to Winter Ball Dance on Feb 3rd

 

The bus will depart from the Aliso Niguel Parking Lot at 6:15pm and once you arrive at the Yost Theater you will walk past the line and into the venue. 

 

You will need the attached permission slip for each person and the price is $20.00 round trip.

 

Bring your student ID card to the Activities window before school, lunch or after school to purchase your bus ticket.  

 

Seating is limited to 50 seats, so don't wait.  

 

This will be a nice charter bus, not a school bus.

 

You must have your permission slip complete to purchase the ticket.

 

 

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Posted by: Ann Zendner
Published: 1/25/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Winter Formal "Winter Ball 2018" tickets on sale now

Attention ANHS - Winter Formal " Winter Ball" Dance Tickets are on sale now. Saturday, February 3rd at the Yost Theater. 

 

Jan 10th to Jan 21st - $65.00 with ASB $75.00 without ASB

Jan 22nd to Jan 28th - $75.00 with ASB $85.00 without ASB

 

Guests tickets with approval will be sold at the Activities Window only and are not offered online. 

 

Deadline is January 29th by 3pm.  all tickets are $90.00

 

Guest contact is attached.

 

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Posted by: Andrew Mashburn
Published: 1/12/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Seniors: Reminder last day to turn in your cap and gown forms is tomorrow, January 10th, 2018. 

 

Nancy from NRP will be on site to pick them up.  She will be here on campus during lunch at the flagpole. 

 

Form is attached....

 

Also, you can purchase your custom made announcements just for your class of 2018.  This is a great way to let your friends and family know you are graduating from high school. 

 

See attached flyer 

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Posted by: Ann Zendner
Published: 1/9/18




Audience: Computer Lab Calendar, Quick Links for PROM info, K12 Food Rescue, Teachers, Students, Club Resources, Parents, Academics & Curriculum Information, Yearbook, NEWS/Calendar, Class Council, Homepage, Class of 2021, Club Application 2017-2018, Choral, Grade 09, Branding, Grade 10, Grade 11, Agendas, Grade 12, All Grades, Math, Science, Club Rush, Club Rush, Social Science, Club Rush, Staff, Principals, Summer School, Assistant Principals, Activities, Club Resources, Contact Us, Newspaper, Sys Admins, Publications, Associates, Publicity, ALISO NIGUEL ASSOCIATED STUDENT NODY, Club Rush, locker, Guidance, Video Production, Administration Staff, Testing, ALISO NIGUEL ASSOCIATED STUDENT BODY, Theatre, College, Scholarships and Financial Aid Information, Clubs, Computer Graphics, Fine / Practical Arts, Senior Activities, Counselor's Corner, Visual Arts, Homepage, Guidance Evening Presentations, Daily Schedule Fall 2016, AP Information, Band, Transcripts, English, Foreign Language, National Honor Society, Culinary Arts, Faculty, School Site Council, Minutes, Performing Arts, Computer Technology, Deni Christensen, Financial Aid For College, Administration, Attendance, About Aliso, Special Education, Academics, Yearbook, Vision and Purpose, ASB, Dances, Physical Education, Practical Arts, New Student Enrollment & Records, Library and Media, Tutoring and Athletics

Please see the information below and flyer attached for a "Girls in Ocean Science Teen Conference" in Dana Point:

 

Hello, my name is Gabrielle Bartolon, and I am a member of the Girls in Ocean Science Teen Conference Committee.

 

The Ocean Institute in Dana Point, California, will host the 13th Annual Girls in Ocean Science Teen Conferences for Middle School students on February 24th, 2018 and for High School students on March 17th, 2018. Our mission is to provide an environment that encourages dialogue between one hundred young women and eight influential scientists at each conference. The focus of the conference is to promote teenage girls' interest in science through interactive workshops based in our onshore laboratory facility and aboard our research vessel, the R/V Sea Explorer. Because women are still largely underrepresented in many fields of science, we will be encouraging these young women to consider pursuing science-based fields of study.  Our mission is to demonstrate the success and excitement available to women who pursue scientific careers.

 

The success of these conferences depends on participation of local middle school and high school girls. We believe that many young girls in your district would benefit greatly from this opportunity. We are looking for girls between 5th and 12th grade who are interested in science and would enjoy spending a day engaging with inspiring female scientists and other like-minded students. Our scientists come from many different fields of science, including a nautical archaeologist, veterinary technician, geochemist, sustainable seafood scientist, climatologist, and conservationists. Our hope is that the participants will walk away with a new-found passion for all that the field of science has to offer. Attached to this email you will find a flyer with all essential information regarding the conferences. The conferences run from 8:30am to 4:00pm, with breakfast and lunch provided. We will also be providing t-shirts and fun raffle prizes. The cost is $50 per person, and the girls can sign up online at the ocean institute website. We would be grateful for your support in the promotion of the GIOS Conference, and the distribution of these flyers to any girls or classes you think may be interested would be greatly appreciated.

 

Sincerely,

 

Gabrielle Bartolon

Girls in Ocean Science Specialist

girlsinoceanscience@ocean-institute.org 

 

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Posted by: Deni Christensen
Published: 12/22/17




Audience: Homepage, Homepage, All Grades, Students and Parents

Laguna Niguel’s “Word of the Month” – Art Submission Guidelines

 

Purpose of this Contest:
The purpose of The City of Laguna Niguel’s “Word of the Month” Art Contest is to promote the visual arts in our city by facilitating a monthly public art exhibit at City Hall featuring family friendly and inspiring artwork created by our residents and students who attend schools within The City of Laguna Niguel or those schools servicing the residents of Laguna Niguel.

The Word of the Month will be announced at the 2nd City Council meeting each month. For the month of January 2018, the word is: “NEW”

One winner in each category will be invited to City Hall to be publicly recognized by The Mayor and City Council with an official certificate. The awards ceremony will take place at the beginning of the second City Council Meeting each month. Categories are described below.

Age & Residency Requirements:
This publicly judged art competition is open to all artists 6 years of age or older who are residents of the City of Laguna Niguel, attend a school within its borders, or attend a school that services the residents of Laguna Niguel. Eligible schools outside city borders include Aliso-Niguel High School, Aliso Viejo Middle School, and Dana Hills High School.

Contestants will be grouped in four categories:

  • Elementary: Grades 1 - 5
  • Intermediate: Grades 6 - 12
  • Adult: Ages 18 – 55
  • Classic: Age 55+

Entry Fees:
Participation is Free!

Judging Criteria:

The artwork will be judged by the general public through a paper ballot process where the art works will be displayed publicly for one week. Winners will be notified by the day before the second City Council Meeting each month.

Submission Deadlines:
Artworks may be submitted up until 4pm January 5, 2018.

Formats & Sizes:
Entries are restricted to the following visual arts categories:

  • Paintings (oil, acrylic, water, etc)
  • Sketches and drawings (pencil, charcoal, mixed media, etc)
  • Photographs
  • Sculptures (less than 15” tall & wide)

 

 

Paintings, sketches, and photographs should be one of the following sizes:

Standard Canvas Sizes

 

 

Centimeters (approx)

 

Inches

12.5 x 12.5

 

5 x 5"

15 x 15

 

6 x 6"

17.5 x 12.5

 

7 x 5"

20 x 20

 

8 x 8"

25 x 20

 

10 x 8"

25 x 25

 

10 x 10"

30 x 25

 

12 x 10"

30 x 30

 

12 x 12"

35 x 25

 

14 x 10"

35 x 35

 

14 x 14"

40 x 30

 

16 x 12"

40 x 40

 

16 x 16"

45 x 15

 

18 x 6"

45 x 35

 

18 x 14"

45 x 45

 

18 x 18"

50 x 20

 

20 x 8"

50 x 40

 

20 x 16"

50 x 50

 

20 x 20"

 

The Entry Process:

Simply bring your artwork to Laguna Niguel City Hall and leave with city personnel at the lobby desk.

Copyright:
The artist retains all copyrights to their artwork without exception.

Non-exclusive Permissions:
By entering this art competition, you are granting us a non-exclusive perpetual license to reproduce images of your artwork on our art-competition.net website and in our newsletters, and in the marketing of the art competitions to the general public. Artworks will not be used for any other purpose than that which is stated here. All winning entries will be displayed on Laguna Niguel city website. Each entry becomes part of the public, historical / archival online contest catalog. It can be removed at a later date upon request.

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Posted by: Ann Zendner
Published: 12/15/17




Audience: Computer Lab Calendar, Quick Links for PROM info, K12 Food Rescue, Teachers, Students, Club Resources, Parents, Academics & Curriculum Information, Yearbook, NEWS/Calendar, Class Council, Homepage, Class of 2021, Club Application 2017-2018, Choral, Grade 09, Branding, Grade 10, Grade 11, Agendas, Grade 12, All Grades, Math, Science, Club Rush, Club Rush, Social Science, Club Rush, Staff, Principals, Summer School, Assistant Principals, Activities, Club Resources, Contact Us, Newspaper, Sys Admins, Publications, Associates, Publicity, ALISO NIGUEL ASSOCIATED STUDENT NODY, Club Rush, locker, Webmasters, Guidance, Video Production, Administration Staff, Testing, ALISO NIGUEL ASSOCIATED STUDENT BODY, Theatre, College, Scholarships and Financial Aid Information, Clubs, Computer Graphics, Fine / Practical Arts, Senior Activities, Counselor's Corner, Visual Arts, Homepage, Guidance Evening Presentations, Daily Schedule Fall 2016, AP Information, Band, Transcripts, English, Foreign Language, National Honor Society, Culinary Arts, Faculty, School Site Council, Minutes, Performing Arts, Computer Technology, Deni Christensen, Financial Aid For College, Administration, Attendance, About Aliso, Special Education, Academics, Yearbook, Vision and Purpose, ASB, Dances, Physical Education, Practical Arts, New Student Enrollment & Records, Library and Media, Tutoring and Athletics

 

Bank of America Student Leaders Program:

The Bank of America Charitable Foundation’s Student Leaders® Program is accepting applications for the 2018 Student Leaders® program.  

 

Since its inception in 2005, the Bank of America Student Leaders Program has recognized more than 2,500 exemplary high school juniors and seniors who have a passion for improving their communities.  The program helps students gain a greater understanding of how nonprofits create impact in the community and helps develop them as the next generation of community leaders through two components:

 

A summer eight-week paid internship with a nonprofit organization selected by the bank. This internship is designed to provide opportunities for the students to develop and apply leadership skills through hands-on work experience, while raising their awareness of community issues addressed by their Host Organization.

 

The week-long, all-expense paid Student Leaders Summit in Washington, D.C. from July 8-13, 2018. Conducted in partnership with the Close Up Foundation, the Summit introduces students to aspects of civic, social and business leadership and provides them with knowledge and skills they will use throughout their life to create positive community change.

 

Students can apply for the program by going to www.bankofamerica.com/studentleaders. Please note the application is currently open with a deadline of February 2, 2018. There will be no deadline extensions.

 

For more information on the Bank of America Charitable Foundation, please visit www.bankofamerica.com/foundation and see the attached flyer.

 

 

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Posted by: Deni Christensen, Principal, Aliso Niguel High School
Published: 12/8/17




Audience: Class Council, Senior Activities, ASB, Homepage, Staff, Attendance, Homepage, Newspaper, All Grades, Students, Performing Arts and Parents

Pep Squad competed in the USA Holiday Classic at the Anaheim Convention Center on Saturday, December 2, 2017.  All four teams did an amazing job in their divisions earning each team a qualification into USA Nationals that will take place in 2018.  Three of the teams placed in the top 3:

JV Song: 1st place

JV Cheer: 2nd place

Varsity Cheer: 1st place

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Posted by: Ann Zendner
Published: 12/7/17




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

This is a special reminder for parents of Aliso Niguel High School seniors. 

 

The last special “discounted” deadline for submitting your child's senior yearbook dedication ad is coming up soon, on December 12th.  

 

Don't miss out on this once-in-a lifetime opportunity. 

 

For more information, please visit www.TheYearbookCompany.com or call 951-274-9561.

 


 

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Posted by: Richard Ruhlen
Published: 12/1/17




Audience: Senior Activities, ASB, Homepage, Homepage, Activities, Grade 12, Students and Parents

This Friday, December 1st during student choice tutorial we are planning our Senior 2018 Panoramic picture in the Stadium. 

 

Don't be late! 

 

Reminder: Dress code will be enforced.

 

 

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Posted by: Ann Zendner
Published: 11/29/17




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

On Saturday, November 18th at Colony HS in Ontario, our very own ANHS Marching Band, Drum Line and Color Guard, once again won 1st place at the SCSBOA Marching Band Championships.    Our band earned the highest score every achieved in the 3A divisions history as well as winning BACK TO BACK Championships.

 

We also concluded our season UNDEFEATED, winning six contests in a row!  Again, this is the second year this has occurred as well.

 

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Posted by: Ann Zendner
Published: 11/27/17




Audience: Homepage, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Homepage, Grade 12 and All Grades

The Winter Dance Concert is this Thursday and Friday, November 30th and December 1st at 7:00pm in the theater!  Come out and support your friends in dance class, DA , and the Dance Team. Student tickets are $8.00, see or contact Mrs. Desiano for tickets!

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Posted by: Ann-Marie Desiano
Published: 11/27/17




Audience: Senior Activities, Homepage, Homepage, Grade 12, Students and Parents

Attention Class of 2018

Graduation is right around the corner and it is time to start thinking about what you will wear to your High School Graduation. Also, Check out the exclusive graduation announcement designed for your class by your representatives, Madelyn Brauer and Sophia Encinas.  

Creative Forms Designs Representative (Nancy Bixler) will be on campus will be on campus again on January 9th and 10th at lunch by flagpole.  In the meantime you can mail your form to the address on form or you can call Creative Forms directly and order over the phone call  (714) 437-0100.


You can pay by cash, check (make payable to Creative Design) or Credit card (follow directions on the form).  Don't forget to add the column with tax and handling.  

 

Cap and Gown order forms are now available.  You would of received a packet in your Senior American Government class or Senior Economic Class.  

 

Please see attached form if you need one.  Everyone needs to have a form turned in, even if you are borrowing one from a sibling or friend.  Please mark the form (Borrowing from family/friend) write on top of form. This is so we know you have one and will not need to acquire one for you. 
 

We also have caps and gowns available for loan, just check the box and give your size so we have one available for you.  The cap and gown will need to be returned after the ceremony if you borrow from ANHS. 

 

 

If you have any questions please see Mrs. Zendner in the Activities Office.

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Posted by: Ann Zendner
Published: 11/27/17




Audience: Homepage, Parents, Staff, Students, Teachers, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11 and Grade 12

Wolverine Families, 

 

Please help our service clubs: American Red Cross, Just Serve, Hero club, LEO, Good Neighbors and K-12 Food Rescue collect items listed below:

 

Batteries (size D)

Baby items: Diapers (all sizes), wipes, food (no glass) and formula

Mosquito Repellent

First Aid items or kits

Personal Hygiene items - soap, toothpaste, deodorant, feminine products and shampoo.

 

There will be club members out at the loop in the morning and pickup time plus you can drop off at front office or at the flagpole.

 

No clothing at this time, we are accepting Costco, Target and Home Depot gift cards.  

 

Please help us make a difference for families of Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands.

 

Drive ends November 30th.

 

Thank you for your support

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Posted by: Ann Zendner
Published: 11/7/17




Audience: Homepage, Activities, ALISO NIGUEL ASSOCIATED STUDENT BODY, ASB, Parents, Staff, Students, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11 and Grade 12

DA (Dance Appreciation ) presents the annual

Cabaret Night

 

Thursday, November 9th @ 7pm

 

 

Tickets sold at the door $10 

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Posted by: Ann Zendner
Published: 11/7/17




Audience: Homepage, Activities, ASB, Class Council, Club Application 2017-2018, Clubs, Parents, Staff, Teachers, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11 and Grade 12

Attached is the three lists of clubs

 

SERVICE clubs

 

Extra-Curricular CLUBS

 

Academic Clubs

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Posted by: Ann Zendner
Published: 10/17/17




Audience: Homepage, Activities, ASB, Senior Activities, Parents, Staff, Teachers and Grade 12

We are still going....so please read below

 

If you are joining us for the Knott's Berry Farm Senior Trip tomorrow here are the details,

 

First.... This is going to be a  FUN day....just want to make sure you all understand..............................

 

Knott’s is very strict and they kick kids out of the park all the time for the things below and if you get kicked out your parent will have to come get you! They have a holding cell at the city hall (big room with no cell service) you will have to wait in until a parent/guardian comes to get you...and then you will have that awkward moment in the AP's office the next day with possible restriction from games, dances, etc.   So BEHAVE! 

 

They will not tolerant the following things:

 

·         Line jumping or saving places in line

·         Profanity

·         Vandalism

·         Fighting

·         Alcohol/Drug possession (including smoking)

 

No outside food is allowed in the park.  They will be checking bags at the gate, so don't bring food, however, light snacks like a protein bar and unopened bottle of water will be fine.  You can bring a water bottle to fill at the park.

 

Meet at school at 8am...park and then head to the area where your bus number is.  Buses 1 to 9 signs will be out by the curb in front of gym.  WE will be rolling out by 8:30ish so don't be late!  It is late start tomorrow so traffic will be heavy by 8:15am.....get here early.

 

Chaperones will be in the park.  There will be an adult stationed at the "Ghost Town Grill" every hour we are in the park, so if you need anything you can go there to talk with the chaperone. 

 

If you have made arrangements with Me (Mrs. Zendner) to leave early with a parent/guardian from the park due to work, doctor apt, or meetings.... I have already noted this on the sheets for each bus. 

 

It is important to remember..... you are NOT allowed to leave the park, or leave without letting one of our adult chaperones know.  We don't want to be waiting on you and make everyone else wait if you left with a parent and didn't tell us. 

 

You all will head back to the buses by 5:30pm for a roll call and roll out by 6pm....we will arrive back at ALISO parking lot by 7pm.

 

 

There will be many other schools from our area at the park, please be nice and represent ALISO with pride and integrity.  I am depending on all of you being the best you can be!  Have fun and make memories with your friends and classmates.

 

Go Aliso... Go Class of 2018

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Posted by: Ann Zendner
Published: 10/10/17




Audience: Homepage, Students and Grade 12

Do you have questions about the UC Personal Insight Questions? Come to room 308, on Friday during tutorial, to learn more about how you can stand out as an outstanding candidate in your application.

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Posted by: Rachel Chan
Published: 10/10/17




Audience: Deni Christensen, Homepage, About Aliso, Academics, Academics & Curriculum Information, Activities, Administration, Administration Staff, Agendas, ALISO NIGUEL ASSOCIATED STUDENT BODY, ALISO NIGUEL ASSOCIATED STUDENT NODY, AP Information, ASB, Athletics, Attendance, Band, Branding, Choral, Class Council, Class of 2021, Club Application 2017-2018, Club Resources, Club Resources, Club Rush, Club Rush, Club Rush, Club Rush, Clubs, College, Scholarships and Financial Aid Information, Computer Graphics, Computer Lab Calendar, Computer Technology, Contact Us, Counselor's Corner, Culinary Arts, Daily Schedule Fall 2016, Dances, English, Faculty, Financial Aid For College, Fine / Practical Arts, Foreign Language, Guidance, Guidance Evening Presentations, Library and Media, Math, Minutes, National Honor Society, New Student Enrollment & Records, NEWS/Calendar, Newspaper, Performing Arts, Physical Education, Practical Arts, Publications, Publicity, Quick Links for PROM info, School Site Council, Science, Senior Activities, Social Science, Special Education, Summer School, Testing, Theatre, Transcripts, Tutoring, Video Production, Vision and Purpose, Visual Arts, Yearbook, Yearbook, Assistant Principals, Associates, Parents, Principals, Staff, Students, Sys Admins, Teachers, All Grades, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11 and Grade 12

See info below and the attached documents for a volunteer opportunity for students:

 

Good Morning –

 

The Orange County Fire Authority, the Orange County Sheriff’s Department, and the American Red Cross are recruiting student volunteers for a smoke alarm event in Aliso Viejo on Saturday, October 21.

 

Students will be included on teams with firefighters, Red Cross partners, and community volunteers and will assist as we install free smoke alarms and provide residents with fire safety information. Teens at least 14 years of age are welcome to join us but must bring a copy of the attached waiver, signed by a parent or guardian, the morning of the event. Saturday events generally last from 8AM to 2PM and lunch is provided.

 

Because of the type of outreach involved, this event is a great opportunity for students to earn volunteer hours while making a real difference in their community. They may even be responsible for saving a life!

 

Interested teens and adults can register online at http://tinyurl.com/2017HomeFireOct21 or contact me at pollybowen@ocfa.org to sign up. Verification of volunteer hours worked will be provided at the end of the event.

 

I’m hoping you can help me get the word out to students and families from Aliso Niguel High School. I’d be happy to drop off copies of the attached flyer and waiver or meet with your staff to answer questions about the smoke alarm program.

 

Thank you for your help, and have a wonderful day.

 

Polly

 

 

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Polly Bowen

Education Specialist

Orange County Fire Authority

Office: 949.347.2256 | Mobile: 714.742.3906

We visualize problems and solutions through the eyes of those we serve.

 

 

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Posted by: Deni Christensen
Published: 10/9/17




Audience: Deni Christensen, Homepage, About Aliso, Academics, Academics & Curriculum Information, Activities, Administration, Administration Staff, Agendas, ALISO NIGUEL ASSOCIATED STUDENT BODY, ALISO NIGUEL ASSOCIATED STUDENT NODY, AP Information, ASB, Athletics, Attendance, Band, Branding, Choral, Class Council, Class of 2021, Club Application 2017-2018, Club Resources, Club Resources, Club Rush, Club Rush, Club Rush, Club Rush, Clubs, College, Scholarships and Financial Aid Information, Computer Graphics, Computer Lab Calendar, Computer Technology, Contact Us, Counselor's Corner, Culinary Arts, Daily Schedule Fall 2016, Dances, English, Faculty, Financial Aid For College, Fine / Practical Arts, Foreign Language, Guidance, Guidance Evening Presentations, Library and Media, Math, Minutes, National Honor Society, New Student Enrollment & Records, NEWS/Calendar, Newspaper, Peer Counseling, Performing Arts, Physical Education, Practical Arts, Publications, Publicity, Quick Links for PROM info, School Site Council, Science, Senior Activities, Social Science, Special Education, Summer School, Testing, Theatre, Transcripts, Video Production, Vision and Purpose, Visual Arts, Yearbook, Yearbook, Assistant Principals, Associates, Parents, Principals, Staff, Students, Sys Admins, Teachers, All Grades, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11 and Grade 12

Attention students:

 

Please see the attached document describing a Disneyland program that recognizes students who positively impact their communities.  Deadline to apply is approaching!

 

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Posted by: Deni Christensen
Published: 9/14/17




Audience: Homepage, Activities, ASB, Attendance, Club Rush, Clubs, Senior Activities, Yearbook, Parents, Staff, Students, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11 and Grade 12

Attention all Students:  CLUB RUSH is here. 

 

This Wednesday, September 13th and Thursday, September 14th during LUNCH under the tarp.

 

76 Clubs have been approved to participate in our annual CLUB RUSH

 

Come on out and see what ALISO NIGUEL clubs have to offer. 

There are some new clubs this year, such as:

 

Loud Crowd

Philosophy Club

OC Music and Dance Club (OCMD)

Fashion Club

Asian Culture Club

American Engineers

and many more........

 

There will be a complete list of clubs on the clubs page by end of week.

 

 

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Posted by: Ann Zendner
Published: 9/12/17




Audience: Homepage

Attention Seniors:

 

The Knott's Berry Senior Trip is CLOSED.  

 

Permission Slip is to be turned in before October 10th.

 

Buses are FULL.

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Posted by: Ann Zendner
Published: 9/6/17




Audience: Homepage, Activities, ASB, Club Resources, Club Rush, Students, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11 and Grade 12

Club application for 2017-2018 school year is NOW available.

 

Please print out all the pages and keep the resource pages for your reference. Deadline is September 8th to qualify for CLUB RUSH.

 

Items needed to qualify for a NEW club and RETURNING club are:

 

1. Application filled out completely (must have at least two officers to begin with) this is 2 pages.

2. Club Advisor Agreement with signature

3.  Constitution of your club with dates
 

 

 

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Posted by: Ann Zendner
Published: 8/31/17




Audience: Homepage

Please refer to the attached document available in English and Spanish.

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Posted by: Tania Cluttey, District Admin, Capistrano Unified School District
Published: 6/14/17




Audience: Homepage, About Aliso, Activities, ASB, Attendance, Newspaper, Publications, Senior Activities, Parents, Staff, Students, Teachers and Grade 12

Attention Seniors:

 

Please read again to answer any questions your parents or family may have.

 

Rehearsal is at 9:00am on June 1st, 2017 yes the day of the big event.  Don't be late. Bring your cap and gown.

 

 

Park at the Ziiggurat parking lot and shuttle in. You will be able to check your phone and keys in at the check in table.  we have six buses going back and forth starting at 2:30pm so no excuse to be late.  You must be in the baseball field by 4:00pm.  Line up will start then.  If are late you will be placed in the back of the line in last row.  So don't be late...... your parents will be looking for you at your assigned seats.  The list will be available on where you are sitting tomorrow at the brunch.

 

Mrs. Zendner

 

 

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Posted by: Ann Zendner
Published: 5/30/17




Audience: Homepage, Academics, Activities, AP Information, ASB, Athletics, Attendance, Senior Activities, Parents, Staff, Students, Teachers and Grade 12

Senior TIMELINE.....

 

Class of 2017 look at the timeline and make sure you are not going to miss anything!

 

5 weeks to go!

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Posted by: Ann Zendner
Published: 5/23/17




Audience: Homepage, Grade 11, Grade 12 and Homepage

Juniors and Seniors -

 

Nominations for 2017 Prom Queen and King is open now! CLICK HERE to vote online. Use your 7 digit student ID number for your username and your birthdate as your password. 

 

Birth date needs to be formatted as follows "5/17/2017"

  • No Leading Zeros
  • Use forward slashes
  • use full 4 digit year "2017" not "17"
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Posted by: Ann Zendner
Published: 5/17/17




Audience: Homepage

Buy your copy of the Legend 2017

  • Yearbooks sales are still available through the ASB activites window located in the food court. School Picture ID is required.
  • Prices are $110 as an a la carte purchase from August - January 30.
  • Prices are $115 from 2/1 through 5/18. (Cash only after 5/15)
  • Prices are $130 from 5/18 - 6/10. (Cash only)
  • Yearbooks are also available as part of the student ASB card bundle ($150) Best Deal!
  • School Staff may also purchase the yearbook through the Activities Window.
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Posted by: Richard Ruhlen
Published: 5/15/17




Audience: Homepage

Place:  Stadium Snack Bar Area

Student Requirements:  

  • ASB picture ID required
  • No More Library Holds
  • No “proxy” pick ups (e.g. students may only pick up their own book)
  • If you have a late purchase, make sure that you have your receipt from Ms. Nakazawa

Dates:

  • 5/22 (Monday) Seniors Only (3 - 4pm) @ Stadium
  • 5/23 (Tuesday) All Students  (3 - 4pm) @ Stadium
  • 5/24 (Wednesday) All Students  (3 - 4pm) @ Stadium
  • Late Pick Up - Room 807 (before/after school & lunch)
    • NOT DURING CLASS-TIME
  • After Graduation:  Front Office
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Posted by: Richard Ruhlen
Published: 5/15/17




Audience: Homepage

permission slip

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Posted by: Ann Zendner
Published: 5/14/17




Audience: Homepage

YOU'RE INVITED!!!

 

Join us at the Walk For Water, a Thirst Project club event, hosted by students of Aliso Niguel High School on Saturday, May 13th from 10am-12pm!

Take an hour out of your day to walk 3.75 miles around the Aliso Niguel High School stadium and trail to change lives forever!

 

Tickets on sale NOWhttps://my.thirstproject.org/anhswalk

$15.00 admission, $25 admission with T-shirt (image attached below) and all proceeds will go to the Thirst Project directly.

You can purchase tickets online with the link above, or at the gate!

 

We will have food, drinks, and even an opportunity raffle where you can win some neat prizes! Anyone, any age, from anywhere is encouraged to participate. Our goal is to raise $12,000, the cost of building a new well for an entire community, while spreading awareness and empowering others to make a difference. Mark your calendars, tell your friends and family, and join us as Aliso Niguel High School unites together to change the world.

 

Why Walk? To help put a stop to this suffering, Aliso Niguel High School is teaming up with the Thirst Project, a nonprofit organization that uses 100% of donations to build freshwater wells in developing nations and impoverished communities, providing people with safe, clean water. As a community, we will be walking 3.75 miles around the Aliso Niguel High School stadium and trail, the same distance that someone in a developing country walks every day to fetch water. While doing so we will be carrying empty jars that we will fill up at the half way point of the walk symbolizing the difficult process the people in these countries suffer through.

 

Come on out and help,

 

Give Water. Give Life.

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Posted by: Ann Zendner
Published: 5/10/17




Audience: Homepage, Academics, Activities, ASB, Parents, Staff, Students and Teachers

Prom 2017  Vintage Hollywood

 

May 20, 2017- tickets on sale now online and at activities window

 

May 1- 15th      $85.00 with ASB and $95.00 without

May 16th* - 17th $95.00 with ASB and $105.00 without

*(if still available, we may sell out by these dates)

GUEST TICKETS are $95.00 (this will not change)  deadline is May 16th by 3pm.  

 

All non-ANHS guests tickets will $95.00 and will need to be approved prior to ticket purchased at activities window only. No online sales for guests tickets.  Deadline for non-ANHS guests tickets is May 16th by 3pm.

 

To purchase online go to ACTIVITIES Tab then Marketplace to purchase.  

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Posted by: Ann Zendner
Published: 5/10/17




Audience: Homepage, Activities, ASB, Parents, Staff, Students, Teachers, Grade 11 and Grade 12

All buses and limos carrying 12 or more students require this form to be filled out prior to the dance. We the undersigned agree to abide by the following rules for the use of a charter bus or limo for PROM 2017 . We understand that approval is contingent upon ANHS Administrative review and this form must be signed by the Activities Director by May 18th, 2017 by 3pm this contract must be in the possession of the group leader when the bus arrives.

Approval Criteria:

  1. All school rules must be followed
  2. A maximum of 40 people per vehicle.
  3. Alphabetical Order– A list of students on the bus must be submitted prior to arrival at the dance.

     

  4. Students will remain on bus until it has been inspected by an Assistant Principal/ANHS Staff and given permission to leave the bus. Students will not be permitted to enter the dance if rule number four is not followed. This contract must be in the possession of the group leader when the bus arrives.  PLEASE MAKE A COPY FOR YOU TO KEEP.
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Posted by: Ann Zendner
Published: 5/1/17




Audience: Deni Christensen, Homepage, 8th Grade Parent Night, About Aliso, Academics, Academics & Curriculum Information, Activities, Administration, Administration Staff, Agendas, ALISO NIGUEL ASSOCIATED STUDENT BODY, ALISO NIGUEL ASSOCIATED STUDENT NODY, AP Information, ASB, Athletics, Attendance, Band, Branding, Choral, Class Council, Club Resources, Club Resources, Club Rush, Club Rush, Club Rush, Club Rush, Clubs, College, Scholarships and Financial Aid Information, Computer Graphics, Computer Lab Calendar, Computer Technology, Contact Us, Counselor's Corner, Culinary Arts, Daily Schedule Fall 2016, Dances, English, Faculty, Financial Aid For College, Fine / Practical Arts, Foreign Language, Guidance, Guidance Evening Presentations, Quick Links for PROM info, Library and Media, Test, Math, Minutes, National Honor Society, New Student Enrollment & Records, NEWS/Calendar, Newspaper, Performing Arts, Physical Education, Practical Arts, Publications, Publicity, School Site Council, Science, Senior Activities, Social Science, Special Education, Summer School, Testing, Theatre, Transcripts, Video Production, Vision and Purpose, Visual Arts, Yearbook, Yearbook, Assistant Principals, Associates, Parents, Principals, Staff, Students, Sys Admins, Teachers, All Grades, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12 and Homepage

Dear Wolverine Juniors: 

 

It is time to begin the selection process for the Student Advisor to the CUSD Board of Trustees for the 2017-18 school year.  Involving students in the decision-making process of our school district provides the Board of Trustees with valuable insight and increases student awareness and promotes their understanding and support of District operations.

 

Attached are the memo and application forms for Student Advisor to the Board; all current ANHS juniors at are eligible to apply.  THE DEADLINE FOR RETURNING THE APPLICATION TO ANHS ACTIVITIES DRIECTOR MS. ZENDNER IS FRIDAY, MAY 12, 2017.  Applicants are encouraged to have attended at least one Board meeting.  The next Board meeting will be held on Wednesday, May 10, 2017, at 7:00 p.m. at the Education Center, 33122 Valle Road, San Juan Capistrano.

 

Interviews will be held at the District Office on Tuesday, May 16, 2017, beginning at 3:15 p.m.

 

Good luck Wolverines!

 

Sincerely,

Mrs. C

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Posted by: Deni Christensen
Published: 4/28/17




Audience: Homepage

The Dance Team is collecting  "FUN" Socks for children of all ages who are battling cancer! Please drop off your donations to the box in the front office or with Mrs. Desiano. Donations will be collected until May 19th and then delivered to CHLA! THANK YOU!

 

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Posted by: Ann-Marie Desiano
Published: 4/26/17




Audience: Homepage, Activities, ASB, Parents, Staff, Students, Teachers, Grade 09, Grade 10 and Grade 11

John Hellewell - ASB President

Bella Lassiter  -  ASB Vice President

Joshua Swank - ASB Treasurer

Emily Miller      - ASB Secretary

 

 

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Posted by: Ann Zendner
Published: 4/26/17




Audience: Homepage, Activities, Parents, Staff, Students, Teachers, Grade 09, Grade 10 and Grade 11
  • Madelyn Brauer will be appointed to the position of Senior Class President.
  • Katie Norton will be appointed to the position of Junior Class President.
  • Zohal Noorayee will be appointed to the position of Sophomore Class President.
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Posted by: Ann Zendner
Published: 4/26/17




Audience: Homepage, Academics, Activities, ASB, Athletics, Attendance, Band, Class Council, Parents, Students, Teachers, Grade 09, Grade 10 and Grade 11

Appointed packet is ready.  Please see the timeline for dates...meet the deadlines.

 

Exciting to welcome a new team for next school year! 

 

Mrs. Zendner

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Posted by: Ann Zendner
Published: 4/25/17




Audience: Homepage, About Aliso, Activities, ASB, Attendance, Faculty, Guidance, Performing Arts, Yearbook, Parents, Staff, Students, Teachers, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11 and Grade 12

THE WAIT IS OGRE!  The Aliso Niguel Theatre Company's Spring Musical Production of Shrek the Musical is coming up!  

Performances will be over a course of two weeks (April 20th-22nd at 7pm and April 27th-29th at 7pm).  

Tickets will be sold at the door for $15 for students and $18 for general admission.

You can buy your tickets and find more information online at

 

https://www.alisonigueltheatre.com 

 

Hope to see you there!

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Posted by: Ann Zendner
Published: 4/25/17




Audience: Homepage, Activities, Senior Activities, Grade 11 and Grade 12

Here is the Prom Guest Contract for non-ANHS guests.

 

 

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Posted by: Ann Zendner
Published: 4/24/17




Audience: Homepage, About Aliso, Activities, ASB, Club Resources, Club Resources, Club Rush, Club Rush, Club Rush, Club Rush, Clubs, Contact Us, Counselor's Corner, Assistant Principals, Associates, Parents, Principals, Staff, Students, Sys Admins, Teachers, All Grades, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11 and Grade 12

Want to be like Professor Dumbledore to Harry Potter, Haymitch to Katniss, or Veeder to US History?

 

If you will be an incoming junior or senior, then come join the new Peer Counseling program at ANHS to help students achieve their personal and academic goals. To apply, click the application link below or for more information please visit the counseling office. Deadline is May 5, 2017.

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Posted by: Rachel Chan
Published: 4/24/17




Audience: Homepage, Activities, Class Council, Clubs, Parents, Staff, Students, Teachers, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11 and Grade 12

ANHS Wolverines - This form is used for additional hours you may log for volunteer hours associated with ANHS clubs.

 

You may bring your form filled out with the signature by event coordinator for an authorized signature from the Activities Director or Assistant Principal in the front office.

 

Deadline for this school year logs is May 31st, 2017

 

Any Questions please come by the front office and ask to see Mrs. Zendner or email here at  aczender@capousd.org

 

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Posted by: Ann Zendner
Published: 4/22/17




Audience: Homepage, About Aliso, ASB, Attendance, Parents, Staff, Students, Teachers, Grade 09, Grade 10 and Grade 11

Congratulations to our new ASB Executive Council for 2017-2018

 

President: John Hellewell

Vice President:  Bella Lassiter

Treasurer:  Joshua Swank

Secretary: Emily Miller

 

 

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Posted by: Ann Zendner
Published: 4/17/17




Audience: Homepage, Academics, Activities, ASB, Athletics, Attendance, Culinary Arts, Fine / Practical Arts, Math, Publications, Publicity, Theatre, Video Production, Fine / Practical Arts, Parents, Staff, Students, Teachers, Grade 09, Grade 10 and Grade 11

Please turn your application to Mrs. Sargent in room 921

 

 

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Posted by: Ann Zendner
Published: 3/20/17




Audience: Homepage, Activities, AP Information, ASB, Attendance, Clubs, Counselor's Corner, English, Faculty, Fine / Practical Arts, Library and Media, Math, National Honor Society, Performing Arts, Practical Arts, Publications, Publicity, Senior Activities, Theatre, Video Production, Yearbook, Fine / Practical Arts, Parents, Staff, Students, Teachers, Grade 09, Grade 10 and Grade 11

See the application attached.

 

Don't miss the deadlines. 

 

To be on e-council you must of completed one full year of ASB at ANHS or if you are on incoming student with ASB experience in High School you can apply.

 

 

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Posted by: Ann Zendner
Published: 3/20/17




Audience: Homepage

If you are interested in auditioning for the Dance Team please attend with a parent the Information Parent Meeting on March 28th at 6:00pm.

 

If you have ANY questions please contact Mrs. Desiano at

 

acdesiano@capousd.org

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Posted by: Ann-Marie Desiano
Published: 3/13/17




Audience: All Grades, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12 and Homepage

Please consider joining our Make a Wish Club for the "Walk for Wishes" event on April 29, at the Orange Country Great Park. If you cannot make the event, consider donating and being a virtual walker. 

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Posted by: Lora (Abedi) Harvey
Published: 3/8/17




Audience: Homepage, Activities, ASB, Athletics, Senior Activities, Parents, Students, Teachers, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11 and Grade 12

Don't miss our annual Dodgeball event starting March 20th for two weeks in the main gym at lunch.

 

Applications are now available.

 

Turn them in the ASB office by March 10th!  Do not miss it.

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Posted by: Ann Zendner
Published: 3/8/17




Audience: Homepage

Don't miss out on the Choreographers Ball - Dance Influenced by Michael Jackson - this Friday in the theater right after school, 3:30 to 4:30. Admission is only $5.00! Come support the Dance Classes!

 

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Posted by: Ann-Marie Desiano
Published: 2/28/17




Audience: Homepage, 8th Grade Parent Night, Activities, ASB, Athletics, Parents, Staff, Students, Teachers, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11 and Grade 12

Period

Time

Mins

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6:50 – 7:52

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9:30 – 9:40

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9:40 – 10:20

40

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10:20 – 10:30

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10:30 – 11:10

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11:10 – 11:20

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Posted by: Ann Zendner
Published: 2/25/17




Audience: Homepage

If you are a Michael Jackson fan don’t miss out on the Choreographers Ball next Friday, March 3rd at 3:30 (right after school!). Hosted by the dance classes with the guest dancers from the dance team. Dancers will be performing routines inspired by his music and the influence it has had on the dance world. 21 of his top hits with original choreography:  a few include, “Smooth Criminal”, “PYT”, Scream”, “Man in the Mirror”, and of course the finale with 80 plus zombies “Thriller”! Tickets are $5.00! Don't miss out!

 

 

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Posted by: Ann-Marie Desiano
Published: 2/23/17




Audience: Homepage, Academics, Activities, ASB, Guidance, Senior Activities, Parents, Staff, Students, Teachers and Grade 12

Attention Seniors:

 

Senior Product Information:  Completed forms can be delivered to the National Recognition Products Representative (not using Jostens this year)  at lunch at flagpole on Wednesday, Feb 8th……   Deadline for cap and gown forms is Feb 24th . Seniors can mail the form to the address on the top of form or….bring to the Activities window before school, lunch or after school until 3:15pm. All seniors will need to turn in a form regardless if they are purchasing the “Keepsake” cap and gown or using a loaner.  Each SENIOR student will need to turn in a form for the correct size to be ordered.

See attached flyer for the custom announcements for your class and the order form.

 

Also, don't forget about Disneyland tickets....see news story.  Buses will be assigned after Winter Formal starting February 6th at the Activities window before school, at lunch and after school until 3:15pm.

Deadline to sign up is March 3rd.  Don't miss this field trip with your peers.  

  
   

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Posted by: Ann Zendner
Published: 2/6/17




Audience: Homepage

We are gearing up for the 2017-2018 School Year. For current information on the iPad Academy please visit our website through the link below.

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Posted by: School Loop and Illuminate Help (Silberman)
Published: 2/2/17




Audience: Homepage, Activities, Administration, ASB, Guidance, Parents, Staff, Students, Teachers, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11 and Grade 12

In a continued effort to keep traffic moving in the ANHS Traffic Loop, it is very important that every driver follow the posted “No Idling” signs throughout the traffic loop.  In addition to “No Idling”,  it is requested that drivers not park and sit in their vehicle at any point in the traffic loop as this produces congestion impeding traffic flow.  Thank you for honoring the efforts administration and campus supervisors make each day to ensure timely and safe arrival of all students. 

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Posted by: Ann Zendner
Published: 1/24/17


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