Drawing Class 2015-16

Powderpuff Game, 2014-2015

"1984" Drawing Class 2015-16

Drawing Class 2015-16

Science Fair Display Board 2015-16

Drawing Class 2015-16

Graphics Arts Custom T-Shirt Production 2015-16

Science Fair Display Board 2015-16

STEM Magnet Robotics 2015-16

The Mission of Bell Senior High is to educate all students to the highest degree of their abilities socially, academically, and technologically so that they become contributing members of society.           Students, check out these new EduCare Class Offerings: Academic Decathlon   Advanced Math Lab     Band   Cheerleading    Chicano Studies 2    Communication Studies    Computer Lab   Dance   Fitness PM    Get Lit - Spoken Word    Math Tutoring Peer Mentoring    Resource Lab    Rosetta Stone   Saturday Academy    Short Flags    SnapShop Photography    SRLA    Strength & Conditioning    Study Hall PM    Take Action Campaign    TUPE (Life Saver)   Go to Rm 240 for more information

News and Announcements

Bell High Holds College & Career Fair

On Wednesday, April 19, Bell students had the opportunity to meet and talk with representatives from various colleges, universities, and branches of the military. Thanks to everyone who took the time to attend!

EARN MONEY THIS SUMMER WHILE GAINING FIRSTHAND EXPERIENCE IN A CAREER FIELD

Attention Bell High School Juniors!
Paid summer internships are available in a wide range of L.A. Unifed departments, including:
• Communications and Media Relations - News, Marketing, Social Media
• Environmental Health and Safety - Air Quality, Soil Assessments, Lead Testing
• General Counsel - Legal Analysis, Court Documents, Hearings and Trials
• MiSiS Team - Student Data, Information Technology, Software Development
• P-12 Instruction - Curriculum, Instructional Policy, Educational Research
• And more...

Computer Lab Closures and Availability During D Track Testing

This is a reminder that D track students will take the SBAC beginning Monday, April 10 through April 21. The tests are scheduled to begin Period 3 in most computer labs, with the exception of S4 and the library. Also, 10th grade D track students will take the Science pilot test on Wednesday, April 19. Included below is a list identifying which computer labs will NOT be available during testing. Speak to Mr. Anker if you wish to reserve a computer lab not being utilized for testing. To reserve the computer lab in the libary speak with Ms. Salanoa. Thanks to Ms. Torres-Ring for this update. To view the testing days and lab availability, click the link above.

Arts Scholarship Opportunity! The award-winning CalArts Community Arts Partnership (CAP), a co-curricular program of CalArts, offers free after-school and school-based arts programs for youth ages 6-18 in every discipline taught at the Institute.

After reading this info and visiting their website, please see Ms. Lepe in Room S-7 for more information.

Programs are offered at public schools, community centers and social service agencies, covering a 1,000-square-mile radius across Los Angeles County. With classes led by a teaching corps of accomplished CalArts faculty, alumni and student instructors, CAP participants learn to create original works of art and to experiment with prevailing conventions of artistic expression.

CAP’s success has served as a model for other arts education organizations locally and nationally. The program has received numerous honors, including the National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Award, which recognizes exemplary programs that foster the creative and intellectual development of America’s children.

April is National Bilingual/Multilingual Learner Advocacy Month!

Students Talking

In recognition of April as National Bilingual/Multilingual Learner Advocacy Month, I am writing to share new ways that your school community can get involved in celebrating bilingual and multilingual experiences and bridging cultural differences.
First, I invite you to share with your school community a captivating video that was produced by the Multilingual and Multicultural Education Department and Arts Education Branch, entitled “Language Connects Us All.” This video showcases how our students are using their home and newly acquired language to increase their understanding of others. The video is available at: https://lausd.wistia.com/medias/u3w6xi5ezl.

I also encourage you to upload your own 15- to 30-second videos, depicting ways in which students, staff, parents, and other stakeholders are using multiple languages to create welcoming environments and inclusive schools. Information about this video challenge is available at: http://achieve.lausd.net/Page/12548.

Beyond sharing or creating a video, there are numerous ways in which your school community can help celebrate Bilingual/Multilingual Learner Advocacy Month. Your school could hold an assembly to recognize students who have achieved proficiency in another language or earned a District Biliteracy Award. You might also seize the opportunity to educate parents about the dual-language and bilingual opportunities available to our students. In addition, you could create a display celebrating your bilingual and multilingual staff members and the languages they speak. The possibilities are endless.

By cultivating bilingual and multilingual education, we equip our students to become global citizens who appreciate the world’s rich diversity while still taking pride in their own cultures and heritage.

Thank you,

Michelle King, Superintendent
Office of the Superintendent

Another College Scholarship Available ($1000)

CALSA

The CALSA scholarship program was established to recognize and support Latino youth in their quest for higher education. In its eight years of existence, over 150 scholarships have been awarded. Eleven (11) winners will each be awarded a $1000 scholarship. Eligibility is reserved for seniors attending a public high school in California planning to attend a four-year university upon graduation in June 2017.

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