April 19th Edition

Mission Bay High School Bulletin

Edition: April 19th 

General Announcements

  • Eco Club beach clean up April 24th - meet at 10am on Lee St. 
  • Last Call for Yearbooks! There are only 33 copies left of the 2021 yearbook. If you would like to reserve one of the final copies before we are completely sold out, go to Jostens.com
  • Late Bus Schedule for MBHS Onsite Learners

Late Bus Schedule

  • Community supported MB Rugby is practicing Tuesdays and Fridays 4-6 at Kate Sessions Park and would love any new players to come join us!  Games are starting next weekend!  Contact Club President Jacob Mandel 619-818-0449 or Coach Kawika at 808-268-2403.  Hope to see you there!
  • Interested in playing water polo for MBHS? Please fill out the following google form: https://forms.gle/KWYXbjJsKZKruuKu5 
  • ATHLETICS - Please check the Athletics Website for upcoming games and follow @mbbuccaneers on Instagram for updates.
  • ACES Tutoring will continue on Zoom - We have Mission Bay teachers and university tutors to help and the zoom links are on Canvas and on the MB website under Students>ACES Tutoring.
  • Need a Transcript? You can view and print an unoffiical transcript directly from Powerschool. Log in and select the Transcript button on the left hand side.  If you have questions, please contact agriffin@sandi.net
  •  Need a Work Permit? Please go to the district Work Permit website: Work Permit Info
  • Onsite Instruction Reminders:

    • Students can check in starting at 8:35AM
    • Clear Pass required before you can enter campus
    • Bring you fully-charged laptop, charger, headphones and a water bottle
    • Masks must be worn at all times on campus. No bandanas and no gators.


Schedule Mon-Thurs 

Period 1 & 3 - 8:50 - 10:45 
8:50 - 10:15 - Class (85 minutes) 
10:15 - 10:45 - Office Hours (30 minutes)
Students will remain in class during office hour 
Period 2 & 4 - 10:55 - 12:50 
10:55 - 12:20 - Class (85 minutes) 
12:20 - 12:50 - Office Hours (30 minutes)
Students may stay or be dismissed at 12:20
Lunches will be available for grab and go at 12:20

Schedule Friday - Asynchronous

Period 1/3 8:50 - 9:20 - Class (30 minute check in) 
Period 2/4 9:25 - 9:55 - Class (30 minute check in)
This Friday 4/23 is a B Day

A/B Schedule April

News from the Nurse

  • For On-site Instruction - Students must wear Masks on campus - no gators, face shields with out masks, and no bandannas at school.  Only cloth face masks or surgical masks are allowed.  All students must sign up for clear pass and complete that daily before entering campus.  Any student with fever with or without chills/rigors, temperature greater than 100.0 (that does not resolve within 30 minutes) with out medication, cough, shortness of breath, nasal congestion, runny nose, sore throat, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, new loss of taste/ smell, headache, muscle or body aches, and loss of appetite must stay home and not come to MBHS for school or work.  The district policy is that if you have any of these symptoms that you will isolate for 10 days and return on the 11th day or have a rapid PCR COVID test  done and return 24 hours after symptoms stop.  There is no other way to determine if the symptoms are from COVID.  Unless it is a chronic condition on file and symptom related.  There are no exceptions. Chronic conditions that are pre-existing are determined on a case to case basis.  Example: student had a headache from staying up too late with no history of migraines and no documentation of migraines on file.  This student must isolate or obtain a rapid PCR COVID test to return to school.  If the nurse is aware of the pre-existing condition then the form is not needed. Please have this form completed by your doctor if you have chronic conditions and symptoms that are listed above. Otherwise to return quickly you must have a rapid PCR COVID test and self isolate until 24 hours after your symptoms stop.  Our school district policies are aimed at keeping MBHS students and staff safe.  Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or concerns at mjones6@sandi.net.

  • Know your COVID status, stop the spread, help open Mission Bay safely. Click here for the latest information about free Covid Testing available at Mission Bay High. Testing is available every Monday.
  • Please wash your hands, wear a mask and stay 6 ft apart


ASB Announcements 

ASB Elections

Mon, April 19- Fri, April 23: Campaign Week!  

Fri, April 23- Election Day

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Mon, April 26- Results announced on Buc TV


ASB Membership Applications AVAILABLE NOW and DUE APRIL 28: Are you a natural leader? Do you enjoy planning events, getting your friends involved in fun activities and working collaboratively with your peers? Do you have ideas for improving school culture or getting more student and community involvement in events at MBHS? YOU should join the MBHS Associated Student Body (ASB) team!!! We are always looking for new members and our program is growing. We have a ton of fun working hard to plan activities for the school and there are a bunch of perks to joining- leadership field trips, team bonding trips, and you get a shirt 😊

Apply at this link https://forms.gle/Y8PyeDKMuSCQMeVr5 by Wednesday, April 28. Your application will be reviewed and you will be assigned a MANDATORY interview, via Zoom, for the week of May 3. If you have any questions, please email Angelina Rosete, your 2021-21 ASB President, @ ajrosetehp@gmail.com


GSA DAY OF SILENCE - Friday April 23rd: 

My Silence, My Story...The GLSEN Day of Silence is a national student-led demonstration where LGBTQ students and allies  all around the country—and the world—take a vow of silence to protest the harmful effects of harassment and discrimination of LGBTQ people in schools. Started in the mid 90’s by two college students, the Day of Silence has expanded to reach hundreds of thousands of students each year. Every April, students go through the school day without speaking, ending the day with Breaking the Silence rallies and events to share their experiences during the protest and bring attention to ways their schools and communities can become more inclusive.


Mission Bay Gear Shop and Buc Cafe ARE OPEN during asynchronous time from 12:20-12:50pm!!!!

The Buc Cafe is located near the library and is stocked with snacks and drinks. 

The MBHS Gear Shop is located in room 331, around the corner from the Buc Cafe. We have all new Nike merchandise, as well as old school favorites. Come check it out! We will be limiting shoppers to 4 at a time and can only accept cash.


Counseling Announcements

  • Reminder:  Parents and students with last names Go-N, beginning Monday, March 1st, please contact Ms. Heine Arp via email at eheinearp@sandi.net in place of Ms. Cannon, who is currently out on leave.


Senior Announcements

  • Seniors! If you passed an IB, AP, or SAT Subject test in foreign language, you may be eligible for the Seal of Biliteracy on your diploma. Please check the Canvas or Naviance announcements for more details. We are submitting applications this month, so please check with your school counselor by April 23 if you have any questions. 

  • Graduation Communication from Principal Remillard sent out last Tuesday! If you missed it, the details are on the Updates for Families page. 

  • PB Woman's Club Scholarship Opportunity - Click for Flyer

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  • Apply Now!  The Pacific Beach Town Council is looking for a Graduating Senior from Mission Bay High School who has given their time to community and school service.  There will be a cash “Award of Merit” in the amount of $1,000.00 given to the selected awardee.  Deadline to apply is May 28. For the applications, please check the MBHS Counseling Scholarships folder online or email Ms. Arp at eheinearp@sandi.net

  • Seniors Spring Resources for Post-secondary can be found here: 12th Grade Spring College Resources

Tell Your Parents

  • Yard signs for MBHS Seniors! Signs are $10 and costs will help offsetsigns and the banner that will hang on the fence.  Any profit above costs will go to the senior class. Here is the form link

 Class of 2021 Yard Sign

  • Webinar for parents and community Addressing Self-Harm in YouthFree webinar offered by Stanislaus County Office of Education. Monday, April 26, 2021, from 5:30 - 6:45 pm. Register here or please contact jbaker@stancoe.org for more information.
  • "What I Wish My Parents Knew" - Parents, please join our MBHS and Serra High student panel on Tuesday, April 20 from 5:30-6:30pm on Zoom. More info on the flyer and you can pre-register at https://wiwmpk2020-2021.eventbrite.com


  • Parents and students with last names Go-N, please contact Ms. Heine Arp via email at eheinearp@sandi.net in place of Ms. Cannon, who is currently out on leave through April.
  • If you have a question, we have posted a helpful Who to Contact Guide on the website. 

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