May 2nd

Mission Bay High School Bulletin

Edition: May 2nd

General Announcements

  • From the Health Office - We have been seeing an increase in COVID-like symptoms on campus recently. If you have any of the following symptoms: fever, cough, shortness of breath, runny nose or congestion, sore throat, nausea/vomiting/diarrhea, new loss of taste or smell, headache, body aches, and/or poor appetite, please stay home. Students may return to school with a negative PCR test, or with proof of two negative rapid antigen (home) tests taken at least 12 hours apart after symptoms have started. Take a photo of each test, include the date and time the test was taken, and send the photos to Health Tech Deanna Wolfe at to be cleared for school
  • State Testing for grade 11 starts on Monday.  Group 1 students who received a pass on 4/28 or 4/29 should report directly to the cafeteria for testing on Monday, May 2nd.  Students should bring their fully charged district issued device and earbuds or headphones.

  • Jazz on the Green May 12th! Come join us as we feature ALL our talented jazz groups at Mission Bay for our annual outdoor end of the year concert.  $10 suggested donation at the door.  Performance will take place from 6-8PM in the quad area (weed patch).  Drinks and tacos available for purchase! More info at

  • Save the Date for Cheer Tryouts - Please view the Cheer Tryouts Flyer for details
  • The next Saturday School is scheduled for May 7th. Registration is required. Visit the Saturday School Registration webpage to reserve your seat. 
  • Wellness Weeks have arrived! Your counselors and the Wellness Club look forward to seeing you in your classes and around campus for the events and activities to help with your mental health, nutrition, exercise, and more! 
  • ACES - Math and Science Tutors are back at ACES on Tuesdays and Wednesdays in the library from 3:30 - 5:00! The university tutors are amazing and can help with all levels of Math and Science. See latest schedule
  • Yearbook - The 2022 Yearbook is now sold out.  If you would like to put your name on a waiting list in the event any copies become available, you can do so in room 342.
  • Yearbook Distribution Event - Our yearbook distribution event is planned for Wednesday, June 1 during Period 3 (11th & 12th graders) and Period 4 (9th & 10th graders). This will be a memorable time for us to come together and sign each other's yearbooks. Only yearbook purchasers will receive a pass to this event.
  • Masks - Masks are optional however they are required when in the Health Office or when testing in the COVID testing room on Thursdays. Masks will be available in the office at anytime.  
  • Free Prom Dress from the Princess Project - Book an appt online, multiple locations to choose from - see flyer in English or Spanish for more info. 
  • Save the Date - Soldance Film Festival Thursday, June 2nd, 6PM in the Auditorium. The IB Film students are excited to share their work! 



ASB Announcements


Teacher Appreciation Week: This week is Teacher Appreciation Week. Your teachers do so much to make your experience at MB meaningful and memorable. Show them your appreciation this week with a kind word, homemade card or note, or a small treat. 


Mini Spirit Week: 

Wed, May 4:
May the 4th Be With You (Star Wars Day!!!)

Thurs, May 5:
Wear colors of the Mexican Flag to celebrate Hispanic Culture and Cinco de Mayo. Here is a little bit of background info about the day...Cinco de Mayo, or the fifth of May, is a holiday that celebrates the date of the Mexican army’s May 5, 1862 victory over France at the Battle of Puebla during the Franco-Mexican War. The day is also known as Battle of Puebla Day. While it is a relatively minor holiday in Mexico, in the United States, Cinco de Mayo has evolved into a commemoration of Mexican culture and heritage, particularly in areas with large Mexican-American populations.


Counseling Announcements

  • For 9th-11th grade students and families - Ever wonder what goes on when colleges review applications? Now is your chance to find out! "Mock Admissions" college night is an engaging and effective way to discuss the process.  College representatives will lead parents and students through a mock committee to point out the intricacies of the process and the importance of assembling a strong application.  Guests will gain insight and understanding as to what is valued in the application.  The Case Study program concludes with a mini college fair in our library. See you on May 11 6:30-8:30PM!  

  • 9-11th Students: Please check your Counseling Canvas Announcements about upcoming college fairs, early college planning (11th grade), and free summer AP courses!

  • 12th Students: Please check your Counseling Canvas Announcements for the Cal SOAP college planning reminders! 

Tell Your Parents

  • Save the Date for the next Principal's Coffee, Friday, April 29th at 9am.
  • Progress Reports will be distributed via email by Digital Document Delivery no later than Friday, April 29th.  If you do not have a Parent Portal account in Powerschool, please contact


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