Daily Bulletin--Wednesday, May 8th:
You may not think you’re being cyber-bullied because there isn’t someone doing it to your face. If you feel emotionally or physically scared, it’s time to get help.
THS Interim Principal Marie Peterson sings Jenni Rivera’s “Cuando Muere una Dama,” at the Westside Ministries' Talent Exhibition Principal Lip Sync contest on Saturday, April 20. THS took first place and claimed a $2,000 prize that will fund scholarships for student participants, most of them Hispanic Youth Leadership Council (HYLC) members. Click HERE to read full Turlock Journal article.
Click HERE for a schedule of math and English tutoring now available.
Click HERE to see the Academic Performance Index (API) ranking for 60 area high schools. THS is currently ranked 11th!
Click HERE to visit TUSD website for information and resources on Common Core.
Congratulations! Turlock High School is one of only 55 selected from thousands of schools in the United States and Canada to review a new online complement to our printed yearbook. Stitch is a web-based application that gives you a completely new way to access, share, and preserve the very best of the student experience. With a photostream of over 3,500 images students are able to see everything that THS has to offer, make collages of their friends and upload pictures for the yearbook and newspaper to use. Click HERE to get started browsing today!
Call the 24-Hour Student Speaking Out Hotline at 209-521-4636
What Sort Of Crimes Should I Call About? Anything! We are interested in any crime that happens in and around your school. Drugs, drinking, graffiti, vandalism, burglary, weapons, and gang activity are all crimes that affect your safety and ability to learn. We are also interested in threats of violence, even if they are only rumors. Information you provide us can help make your school a better place. Anonymous…No one will ask for your name, just for your information.
If you want to find out more about the program, you can visit the website, www.stancrimetips.org click on Students Speaking Out.