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Wednesday, January 16th and Thursday, January 17th are minimum days.  School is dismissed at 12:15.  On Wednesday, Periods 1, 2 and 3 will meet and on Thursday, Periods 4, 5, and 6 will meet.

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New Doc's Corner

Each week, one of our community partners, Dr. Moe Gelbart generously volunteers his time to provide information for our community related to wellness. Dr. Gelbart is the Executive Director of Thelma McMillen Center in Torrance. Check out his latest edition of "Doc's Corner".
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Winter Concert-Tuesday, December 18th

Our concert will take place at Palos Verdes High School. The school is located at 600 Cloyden Rd. in Palos Verdes Estates. It's just down the hill, across PV Drive West. Student drop off will be at the music room, which is in the first building you come to after passing the main parking lot. The concert takes place in the MPR, and is located next to the music room.
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Pennies 4 Patients

As of this morning, the following classes are tied for the Pennies 4 Patients online donations. Congrats to…

1. Mr. Barks

2. Ms. Sanders

3. Ms. O

You have until this Friday to donate online (or in your 4th period classes). Just go to the school website for the link to Pennies 4 Patients. The class with the most online donations will win a movie/pizza party during 4th period class!
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New DOC's Corner

UNDERSTANDING AND PREVENTING ADOLESCENT SUICIDE: PART II. In last week’s column, I presented warning signs and risk factors related to Teen suicide. This is, obviously, a very serious topic. Today, we’ll look at some of the things parents can do to make a difference, and to minimize the risks.

1. Knowledge is the first step. Knowing warning signs and risk factors is essential. Issues of depression and anxiety need to be taken very seriously. Warning signs do not mean your child will attempt to harm themselves, but should not be ignored. Their feelings need to be taken seriously, and not dismissed as a passing thoughts or need for attention.
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