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Besides juggling all of your homework, it is important to stay informed and participate in as many campus events as possible. Follow the calendar below and GET INVOLVED!

Fall Sports Begin: Sign up to participate in the following sports:
Boys Water Polo • Cross Country • Football • Girls Tennis •  Girls Volleyball                       
Welcome Back Dance:
Every year ASB throws a dance in the gym after a home football game. The dance features a theme and is free for students with an ASB sticker.
Club Rush:
Club Rush is when all the school's clubs and sports set up booths in the quad during lunch and provide information to prospective members.
Homecoming festivities include pep rallies and games during lunch, a spirit assembly, booths and fireworks at the homecoming football game, and a homecoming dance.
Red Ribbon Week:
Red Ribbon Week promotes drug prevention and education and serves as a vehicle for individuals to take a stand by committing to live a drug-free life. 
Winter Sports Begin: Sign up to participate in the following sports:
Boys Basketball • Boys Soccer • Girls Basketball • Girls Soccer • Girls Water Polo • Wrestling
First Semester Finals:
Take your Finals seriously but don't panic - that just makes things worse. Remember to relax and get plenty of sleep. Study Hard and Good Luck! 

Winter Break:
There is a two-week break at the end of December. Keep up with your homework and be ready to start school in the new year.
Second Semester Begins!

Spring Sports Begin: Sign up to participate in the following sports:
Baseball • Boys Lacrosse • Boys Tennis • Boys Volleyball • Girls Lacrosse 
               Softball • Swimming & Diving • Track & Field     

Spring Fling:
ASB organizes a second-semester semi-formal dance at SDSU's Montezuma Hall. 
Spring Break:
A full week off of school to help you re-energize for the end of the school year. 

AP/State Testing:
The California State Assessments measure your progress toward achieving California's state-adopted academic content standards in English–Language Arts (ELA), Mathematics, Science, and History–Social Science, which describes what students should know and be able to do in each grade and subject tested.
Advanced Placement (AP) courses provide the option of testing to earn college credit for work performed in high school.
Powder Puff Football:
Powder Puff Football is a fundraiser for the Junior and Senior classes, in which the female juniors and seniors go head-to-head in a game of flag football. Food booths and male cheerleaders make the evening extra special.
Start Thinking about Next Year:
Want to join the Link Crew or ASB? Is there an athletic club team that practices in the summer? Will taking a summer school class strengthen your transcript? Explore all your options before taking off for the summer.

Second Semester Finals:
This marks the end of the school year. Study hard and enjoy your last week before summer!!