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5/26/16

The Paramount Concert Series kicks off next Thursday, June 2, 2016 at Paramount Park from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. We will conduct a singing competition prior to each concert. Each individual will be invited to sing a song of their choice. A winner will be elected and the winner will move on to the last concert to compete against other winners.  The best competitor will receive stage time at the Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony to sing. We are limited to 4 participants per concert, 20 participants overall. The first 20 students who contact Steve Coumparoules, from the City of Paramount, will receive the available slots. If you have any questions, he can be contacted on his mobile phone at 562-743-4156 and at scoumparoules@paramountcity.com. Break a leg!

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5/19/16

Attention Seniors!

 

Cord distributions will take place the following days: 

 

For 30-99 hours of community service: 

WHEN: Wednesday, May 25th 

TIME: Student Lunch

LOCATION: Hall of Champions (practice gym)

 

For 100 hours or more of community service: 

WHEN: Thursday, June 2nd

TIME: Student Lunch

LOCATION: Practice Gym 

 

Qualified students will receive a reminder prior to the event. 

 

If you have any question, please stop by counseling office. 

 

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5/17/16

Would you like to work in a nurturing and caring environment?  Pathways (Counseling/Grief/Hospice) is looking for teens for the summer to work as hospital volunteers.  You must be 16 or older.  See flyer for the information - if interested please call the number on the flyer.

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5/9/16

There are 5 Production Laborer positions in machining available at Mattco Forge Inc. The contact person at Mattco is Maria Mac Lean, Inside Sales Representative and she can be reached at mmaclean@mattcoforge.com. See the attached document for a job description.

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5/9/16

As a parent, you can call in to get tips about how to help your child stand out in writing essays for college! There is a FREE 30-minute call-in session.

 

There are workshops that you can pay for if you choose to, but we are suggesting the free call-in session! The dates are May 10th or June 7th. See attached link for more information and to register.

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4/18/16

California State University, Fullerton (CSUF) sponsors an exciting program called the “Mathematics Intensive Summer Session” (MISS). The purpose of this program is to assist college bound young women to enhance their mathematics skills.
For the past twenty-six years, CSUF has offered this program to female high school students, including many who will be the first in their family to attend college. The immediate goal of the program is to increase students’ abilities to learn and use mathematical concepts thereby supporting their achievement in high school college preparatory coursework. The long-term goal of the program is to increase the population of female students who choose careers in natural sciences, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).


MISS is a four-week commuter program which will begin on Tuesday, July 5, 2016 and end on Friday, July 29, 2016. Students will attend six hours of mathematics class daily, Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm.


Meals, books, materials and supplies are provided at no cost to the student. Every first-time MISS student that completes the program will receive a free graphing calculator.

 

To be eligible to participate in the MISS program, students must:
1.Have completed one of the classes below with a “C” or better by June 2016.
•Geometry/Math II to attend Preparation for Algebra II/Math III - OR -
•Algebra II/Math III to attend Preparation for Pre-Calculus


2.Be enrolled in college preparatory classes in high school.
3.Be planning to attend a university upon completing high school.
4.Be willing to work hard to improve mathematics skills.

 

 

See Attachments for Application and Information - Deadline to Apply is May 27th

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Congratulations!

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Senior Campus (10-12)

Principal:
Greg Buckner, Ed.D.
14429 Downey Ave
Paramount, CA 90723
562.602.6067
562.602.6099 (fax)

Assistant Principal,
Operations & Finance: 
Damon Dragos, Ed.D.

 Assistant Principal,
Curriculum & Instruction:
Sue Saikaly 

Assistant Principal,
Guidance/Counseling:
Anna Yasuhara

Assistant Principal,
Discipline/Attendance/Health:
Edgar Ortega

School Administrative Assistant:
Yolanda Velasquez

West Campus (9)

Principal: Morrie Kosareff
14708 Paramount Blvd
Paramount, CA 90723
562.602.8073
562.602.8075 (fax)

Assistant Principal:
Gwen Yates

Assistant Principal:
Yvonne Rodriguez, Ed.D.

School Administrative Assistant: 
Maria Prado

Meet the Deans!

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From left to right:
Ms. Becerra (Seniors),
Mr. Bernard (Juniors),
Mr. Velasquez (Sophomores)