San Luis Earth Day Needs Volunteers
You can earn community service hours by volunteering to help at Earth Day on Sunday, April 27. For details and to sign up visit iVolunteer.
Jennifer Cervantes won a $200 scholarship from the the California Continuation Education Association. Donovan Vidal won a $500 scholarship from the Pismo Beach Cities Lions Club.
Jennifer Cervantes and Sabrina Hoobery won the district CCEA (California Continuation Education Association) annual writing contest. Runner ups were Vania Perez and Josh Renteria. Jennifer's essay went on to win at the state level also. Nice job!
Pre-order Your Yearbook Now
We are currently taking orders for yearbooks at a special, one-time price of $30. Order yours by paying at the office by Friday, April 25 to get the special pricing. You can order a book later, but you will have to purchase it online and it will likely cost more due to shipping because it's not part of the initial group order. Contact Mr. Greenelsh, LHS yearbook advisor, if you have further questions.
Run or Dye Community Service
This 5K fun run/walk takes place on May 3. See Mrs. Roese if you are interested in doing the 5K or volunteering to help. It will be lots of fun.
Plan for Year End Expenses
It's not too early to begin paying at the school office for your graduation items. Cap and gowns cost $45, Yearbook costs $30, Grad night will be $95. You can also rent a cap/gown for $15 and you keep the tassel. To get a diploma with your name on it seniors must see Mrs. Buenrostro in the school office to fill out your Graduation Checklist. To sign up for Grad Nite see Mrs. Roese or Mr. Ender.
Cuesta Promise Scholarship
Cuesta College is offering the "Cuesta Promise" which pays the first semester fees of any local high school graduate who attends Cuesta. Follow the steps on the Cuesta Promise FAQ page to apply.
Pharmacy Technician Training
If you are interested in becoming a certified Pharmacy Technician there is an online training program through PassAssured. See Mr. Dominguez for details.
Food Handler Certification
In conjunction with eFoodHandlers, Lopez has established a way for students to freely earn their Food Handlers card/certificate which can be helpful for employment. One student just finished his certification this week. See Mrs. Roese for more detail.
Home of Los Lobos
Lopez High School provides the opportunity for all students to become productive, successful members of society by challenging each to excel in academics, explore personal and career interests, and develop his or her potential.