Congratulations Congratulations - Marysville Charter Academy for the

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Marysville

Charter

September 2012 - Volume 13, Number 1

Academy

For

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Arts

Editors: Patricia Bennett and Sydney E. Johnson

Congratulations

Comedy

Drama

Mystery

Love Story Satire

Students with Perfect Attendance in 2011-12 Each will receive a $25 gift card! Cyan Amaya-Bastiaans Sabrina Banez Reina Banuelos Gisselle Brajas Julian Barkely-Brinson Dillan Barnec Deanna Bustamante Andreas Carrion Van Rijn Billy Cochran Trisha Cochran Derek Cook Rayce Cook Austria Cruz Sierra Davis Cameron Day Courtney Day Kimi DeCamp Kyle DeCamp Lacy Dickinson Lucia Escatel Aricka Espinoza Taylan Ferris

Brittany Garcia Austin Garvin Julissa Gonzalez Paulina Muro-Real Callista Hale Jarret Noonan Abdelkarim Hamdan Shane Norby Emilee Heddlesten Derek Olsen Branden Hendrickson Alexis Pollard Pakou her Jose Reyes Angel Hernandez Anthony rivera Regina Hernandez Carson Rodke Justin Hines Grayson Romig Maricela Jaime Gabriel Rutter Tatjana Kelly Mary Scully Alayna Koen Connor Shelton Marisa Lopez Sanha Ali Kristina Mackensen Adrianna Villa Lolita Manzano Justus Whitmore Corey McDowell Joseph Williamson Sandy McWhorter Kelsey Wilson Meilani Medlar Christina Yang Jessica Mejia Goody Yang Daisy Mendoza Michelle Yang

StarFlight 11 September 21-22 - 7pm Marysville Auditorium “The Little Red Car” By: Cheryl Gragg

“The Brief Case of the Suitcase” By Ben Olson

“Yardsale Treasures” By Derek Olson

“Dangerous Love” By Sumin Tatla

Welcome New Staff Members!!!

“The Presentation”

We would like to welcome three new teachers to the MCAA staff! A short bio for each of them will be placed in the next newsletter. Rebekah Browning - 7th Grade English & History Mattew Plummer - Band & Guitar Allison Hastey - Piano & Vocal Tech

Congratulations

Senior Class will be fundraising in October Events include: Fall Festival Dance Oct 29 Selling scarves, hair feathers, hot chocolates, bracelets and SCRATCHERS

By Heather Sutton

Carson Rodke

2nd Place for Butte County Idol at the 2012 Butte County Fair in Gridley.

Parents, Family & Community Members Who Volunteered 2011-12 Black History Night

Mary Day Timothy Day Laura Clark Lloyd Clark Joanne McDaniels

She Loves Me

Special Thanks to Carmen Broderick, Producer Valerie Mathews, Assistant Producer Ty Kuhn, Sound Engineer Set Building-------Jim & Carmen Broderick Marcy Thomas Rusty Gordon Deanna Mackenson Craig Nekritz Holly Tapp Thomas Tapp Other Helpers--------------------------- Corinna Helder Joan Lewis Bill Hill Cindy Hill Barbara Fife Shawnee Jacob William Coney Wendi Hernandez Tom Tappe Micah Middlebrook Devon Diamond Renee Shroyer Laura Wilson Sergio Amezquita Gloria Amezquita Tami Patton Deidra Axe Steve Patton Cindy Shelton Rick Axe Miyuki Williamson Marcy Thomas Josh Williamson Tim Day Julie Barkley

Winter Music Recitals

Shawnee Jacob Brianna Colongione

Walk-for-the-Arts Thank you to Mary Day for coordinating the event. You did an amazing job. The students especially liked the Pie-Throwing Opportunity. Special Thanks to area business for their donations: Chevron- Java Monkey Starbucks Carls Jr Champions Indoor Soccer Arena Jamba Juice Juice-it-up Gold Sox Power Line Storage Kinner MFG

Battle of the Bands

Special Thanks to Joan Lewis, Valerie Mathews, Richard Milani, Jim Broderick, Skip Bertsch Tickets-Security-Refreshments-Set Up: Deedra Axe Teri Ives Virginia Fogle Carmen Broderick Cindy Shelton Debra Sutton Allyson Wadkins Jessi Wadkins Donated Sodas and Water: Anna Gragg Devon Diamond Laurie Whitmore Cindy Shelton

Dance & Dessert Recital

Brooke Sandlin Greg Gomer Shannon Levesque Peggy Rister

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Jenn Arnold Shelene Brinson Clyde Deeds Micah Middlebrook Tamie Rodke Christine Scully George Scully Analy Villa Laura Wilson



Sandra Cochran, Refreshments for practice Virginia Condrey, Refreshments for practice Lawanda Jeremiah, Refreshments for practice Sheila Kelly-Houston, Refreshments for practice Jonnie Rodriguez, Refreshments for practice Doreen McDowell, HARD DRIVE Brenda Wallace, Scrip Anna Gragg, Scrip George/Christine Scully, Refreshments Michelle Stewart, Scrip Allyson Wadkins, Scrip



Donations for time:

Other Time:

Shannon Davis, Office Help Shannon Levesque, Chaperone Winter Ball Joanne McDaniels, Chaperone Winter Ball Renee Sanchez, Chaperone Winter Ball Augustine Mejia, Cinderella Set Building Michelle Stewart, Chaperone Winter Ball

Box Tops

Tonya Gonzales Virginia Fogle Stacy Bruemmer Pam Royat Michelle Stewart Janice Hammontree

Walk-For-The-Arts was a huge success last year. PTSA earned almost $3,000!!!! In total, MCAA PTSA collected $3,000.48 in pledges. We spent $245.11 on the whipped cream and Kindle Fire, so we profited $2,755.37!!! The winning class is the 8th grade class (with $764), and they only had 6 students who participated. We provide an ice cream party for the whole class. Here is the class breakdown:

7th: $582.98 (12 students) 8th: $764.00 (6 students) 9th: $543.00 (17 students) 10th: $545.50 (11 students) 11th: $317 (10 students) 12th: $228 (3 students)

Students earned a total of 43 pies!!!

59 students brought in pledges.

Congratulations to 8th Grader (2011-12) Elizabeth Wardlow!!!!! She earned over $500 in Walk-for-The Arts pledges and won the Kindle Fire.

MCAA needs Reams of copier paper& tissues!!!! Turn in receipt & earn 1 volunteer hour for every $10 spent.

Congratulations Graduating Class of 2012 Izania Love Memphis Battle Sierra Manning Andrea Busco Rachelle Martinez Heather Chavez Oliver McGovern Sarah Fogle Ricardo Mendoza Brittney ford Brittany Forquera Gregory Paez III Hansol Park Evan Ray Furr Tessa Perico-Toche Elayna Gasque Steven Phillips Chloe Gonzalez Adrianna HernandezZachary Ramsey Mikayla Royat Jose Hernandez Brittany Sizemore JessaMarie Ives Heather Ann Sutton Jula jacob Madeline Kellogg Evelyn Synak Charles Tate Kalia Klein Sumin Tatla Natalie Landau Rosendo Topete Mykeala Kern Aaron Vanover Jaclyn Lewis Neng Yang Dustin Lindgren Anna Little

Congratulations Students Winning MCAA PTSA College Scholarships! $500 each goes to: Steven Phillip Mykeala Kern Heather Chavez Jaclyn Lewis Natalie Landau Makayla Royat Makayla Synak Academics, Visual Arts Creative Writing, Lively Arts

Check out these websites.....

MCAA’s Website

http://www.mjusd.com/education/components/sectionlist/default. php?sectiondetailid=1733&category=64&linkid=nav-menu-container-4-83486

Daily Bulletin Counseling Info Teacher Pages Parent Pages (Parent Newsletter) and more....

Every page has the information a parent needs to know what is going on in their child’s school and classroom. The following teachers have updated their web pages and you can find out all the latest info on what your students needs in each subject...... (These teachers have done a great job on them!)

Ruth Atkins Daniel DeVlaming Emily Elsmore Doreen McDowell Thomas McLennan Mathew Plummer

MCAA’s Counseling Info

Keith Buck John Fourcroy George Land Wendi Marks Andrea Mejia Larry Yocum

http://www.mjusd.k12.ca.us/education/dept/dept.php?sectionid=397

Graduation & Promotion Requirements UC Course List Prep for College Info Page Scholarship Info Page

www.mcaaboosters.com A website created by two MCAA parents: Valerie Mathews and Jim Broderick

In keeping with the tradition of MCAA’s student intelligence, talent and enthusiasm... We represent the MCAA Alma Mater written by two of our students...

Marysville Charter Academy for the Arts Alma Mater

Check out MCAA’s Home Page!

http://www.mjusd.com/education/components/ Marysville Charter Academy for the Arts, sectionlist/default.php?sectiondetailid=1733&ca We pledge our heart to thee! tegory=64&linkid=nav-menu-container-4-83486 And our colors, blue and silver, shine for all to see. OR mjusd.com and click on charter schools

MCAA, MCAA, home of creativity. We glide across the golden stage, Our hall of diversity.

for Daily Bulletin

http://www.mjusd.com/education/components/scrapbook/ default.php?sectiondetailid=1292&

Marysville Charter Academy for the Arts, We stand proud of thee! And the songs that fill our halls, echo lovingly, MCAA, MCAA, a picture of a thousand words, Filling our enlightened page, Leaving no thoughts unheard.

for Teacher Pages

http://www.mjusd.com/education/components/sectionlist/ default.php?sectiondetailid=1733&category=64&linkid=navmenu-container-4-83486 (click on teacher pages)

Marysville Charter Academy for the Arts! Omnibus Amorque Libertas-Freedom and love for all!

for Grades

http://www.mjusd.org/parent/ for information on logging in... Please contact John Pimentel 749-61578 extension 4

Sean Jones and Lea Negrin May 2006

Special Tuesdays Block 9 Days

and the Parent’s Page

http://www.mjusd.com/education/ components/scrapbook/default.php?sectiondetailid=2231&

Teacher Work Days (no school for students

October 12 and March 8 Test

Student Testing Dates!

Special Tuesdays Community Meeting All Student Assembly

Sept 11 Dec 04



Oct 09 Feb 05

Nov 06

Grade Date Level

PSAT (SAT Prep) 11th PLAN (ACT Prep) 10th EXPLORE (ACT Prep) 8th High School Exit Exam 10th High School Exit Exam (retest) 11th-12th High School Exit Exam (retest) 11th-12th High School Exit Exam (retest) 12th Star Writing Test 7th Star Assessment 7th to 11th Star Test Makeup Days Physical FitnessTesting 7th & 9th District Writing Test 7th, 9th & 11th 1st Semester Finals All 2nd Semester Finals All

October 17 November 07 October 25 March 12-13 October 2-3 February 5-6 May 14-15 March 5 May 7-8-14-15 May 16-17 April 08-May 03 January December 18-21 June 6-12

Students attend an extra class! Sept Sept Oct Oct Oct

04 25 16 23 30

Nov Nov Dec Jan Jan

06 27 11 22 29

Feb Feb Feb Mar Apr

12 19 26 19 09

Apr Apr May May

16 30 21 28

Minimum Days!

Marysville Joint Unified has 4 minimum days set for this year. Students will get out one hour earlier, for most schools this is at 1:50 pm. Dates are:

October 05 March 28

December 21 June 13

For MCAA students only, MCAA has also planned for additional minimum days this year for staff planning. Students will be released at the same time as the District minimum days (released at 1:50 p.m.) on the following days:



September 14 November 16 December 07 January 18

February March April May

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Everyone (Parents-Students-Teachers) Join PTSA as a member - anyone can! Attend PTSA meetings -time counts toward volunteer hours Attend MCAA Site Council meetings - time counts toward volunteer hours

Get Tickets for MCAA Productions... Which include: StarFlight - September Advanced Drama - October/ November Beginning Drama - December Dance & Dessert - December Advanced Drama Musical - March Beginning Drama Musical - April Dance Recital - May French Night - May Senior Showcase - May Music Festivals - December and May

Everyone buy fund-raising items from Classes and Clubs..... Which may include: Lollypops to earn money for awards Candygrams (They help pay Car washes for class trips & Dances other activities.)

Parent Volunteer Guidelines

Since the first year of Marysville Charter Academy For The Arts, parents have worked together on how to organize the volunteer hours that we promised to provide to benefit the school and our students. We have developed a variety of ways for parents to volunteer at MCAA. Parents can choose the type of volunteers hours that they would most like to provide. Fill out our “Parent Volunteer Survey” and return it to MCAA’s office. Please check off the times you would like to volunteer. We want to remind you of the what we have developed as a guideline for our volunteer hours. 1. Minimum hours will be 20 per family per year. Families may buy their hours for a rate as set by parents at the September 9th, 2003 PTSA meeting of $10 per hour. Families may not transfer or bank hours for other families. Hours go to zero at the end of each school year. 2. Directors, or lead persons, of MCAA events will be responsible for collecting records of volunteer hours. Directors will be responsible for ensuring that all volunteers are accounted for and that the hours recorded are accurate. They will distribute forms and guidelines at the start of production to all volunteers and anyone requesting such information. Hours’ forms will then be given to the PTSA Historian to tabulate. Tabulation will be done on a monthly basis and made available to PTSA officers and MCAA staff as necessary. Hours are otherwise quasi-private data. 3. Hours will be posted with report cards or newsletters. Parents will be regularly encouraged to give hours and will be advised as to what might constitute acceptable hours, e.g. driving kids to school would not be, driving kids on a field trip would be. Awards for top volunteers will be given during the Student Award Ceremony. Top business sponsor should also be awarded. Everyone is needed! How will you find out what you can do? Some projects will have a large number of volunteers who wish to help. Some projects will have very few parents who elect to help. Either the project director/teacher will call you to coordinate how you can provide those hours or one of our parents will call you with the same information.

If you have not heard from anyone, please call our Volunteer Coordinators: Mary Day at 742-0939; or Pat Bennett at 749-6196.

To make sure your time counts. . .

1. 2. 3. 4.

Go to the MCAA office find the volunteer hours binder Forms that look like the form at the right are labeled with your family’s name Find your family form and add in your time.

Or, call Pat Bennett @ 749-6196.

PTSA Goals for 2012-2013 Drama Department - $3,000 Senior Scholarships - $3,000 Academic Field Trips - $3,000 Musical Instrument Replacement & Repair - $1,000 Student Achievements - $1,500

PTSA Fund-raisers

Which include: Script (Please try this!) Raffles and 50/50’s Refreshments at Productions Spaghetti Dinner Silent Auctions

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Last year was great for the scrip program! One month we placed $6995 in orders--almost $7000--WOW!!! That earned our school $220.60!! We have doubled our profit this year. Last year, the scrip program earned our school $906.90.

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Want Taylor Swift to play a private acoustic concert just for MCAA? Want to win $10,000 for our music program? Go to taylorswiftoncampus. com and vote for our school once a day everyday until September 23rd! Also, tell your friends and family to vote!

How to get MCAA news F...A...S...T...? 1. MCAA website - Daily Bulletin

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2. Parent Newsletter by mail 3. Music Boosters Website

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College Information Day Yuba College

Thurs, September 17 9 am to 1 pm

Representatives from CSU, UC and private schools will be there!

Picture Day Friday September 19

MCAA DAILY BULLETIN Want Taylor Swift to play a private acoustic concert just for MCAA? Want to win $10,000 for our music program? Go to taylorswiftoncampus.com and vote for our school once a day everyday until September 23rd! Also, tell your friends and family to vote! Any students interested in being on staff for the Scribblers Literary Magazine needs to pick up an application in Mrs. Mejia’s room: Room 8. Applications will be due by Friday, Oct. 5th. We need editors, graphic editors, and submission readers! Please Apply! Attention All Students!! Here is a couple of dress code rules that I feel need to be addressed. First, shoes must be worn at all times inside and outside the classroom. Second, shirts and dresses are to have straps and should not show your undergarments. Third, shorts must have an inseam of 3 inches or more and skirts and dresses must not be inappropriately short. Fourth, hats will not be worn indoors; this means classrooms and office buildings. Please keep our campus clean!! Throw your trash in the many trash cans around campus. If you see someone drop trash on the ground kindly remind them to throw their trash in the garbage cans. Throwing food on the ground is just like throwing wrappers on the ground and it makes our campus look like a dump. Please do your part. Skateboarders!! If you choose to bring a skateboard to school you must check it in at the office at the beginning of the day and then you can get it back at the end of the school day. It is just like students locking their bikes up at the bike rack. District Office is off limits to all students during the school day. Under no circumstances should there be students before, during, or after school purchasing items from vending machines. We are looking for some highly motivated male students grades 9th through 12th who are interested in helping other students. If you think this describes you please come into the office and pick up a SWAT (Students Who Are There) application and turn it back into the office by Wednesday, Sept. 19th. Need a place to after school? Go to the Allyn Scott Youth Center (MYCC). It is a Monday through Friday free afterschool program from 3-6pm. Fun activities and homework help are provided. Any questions? Call 530-799-1776 to pick up a membership application. Cash for our school! Clip and save Box Tops for Education. Return to Brenda in the office. Do you have any coins? Put some in the Ronald McDonald House Charities box in the office! The change you give helps sick kids in the hospital. It gives their families a place to stay so they can give their child hugs, kisses and courage everyday. The French club is ready to go! If you are in 2nd or 3rd year French and wish to expand your horizons, language and enjoyment, come along. Former French students who completed one year are also welcome Seniors: Friday, September 21st is the registration deadline for the October administration of the ACT. See Mr. Pimentel for registration and fee waiver information.College Information Day at Yuba College is Thursday, September 22nd, 9am to 1pm. Representatives from CSU, UC and several private universities will be attending. MCAA students interested in attending should sign up in the office immediately. Space is limited and priority will be given to 12th and 11th grade students. Sign ups are now being taken in the office for college visits to CSU Sacramento, UC Davis, and CSU Chico. Space is limited on these trips and preference will be given to seniors and students intending to apply for these universities. The Chess Club meets on Tues and Thurs during lunch in Room 13.

The Sword in the Stone Directed by Anthony Dost October 13 to October 27, 2012

A Christmas Story Directed by Jeff Graham & Mark Johnson

Dec 7 to Dec 23

Auditions October 8-9

Fidler on the Roof

Directed by Foster Cambell-McManus October 5 to November 11, 2012

Young People’s Theatre Workshops

Theatre is a life-changing experience for many children and The Acting Company is proud to offer theatre workshops for young people ages 6-18 all year long. To register, simply call The Acting Company at (530) 751-1100 or e-mail [email protected] Workshops are 4 weeks long on Saturdays from 1011:30 am. Cost is $80 per workshop ($20 per class). Scholarships are availabe for students who can not afford to participate -- based on availability. Young People’s Theatre Program Saturdays from 10-11:30 am

HOW TO AUDITION The Acting Company is proud to invite everyone to its auditions. We are a community theatre and we’re

always looking for new actors and actresses! Part of the theatre experience is learning about the audition process. Most roles are open to all who audition. We post our audition dates at least two months in advance on this website, in our newsletter, in the Appeal Democrat newspaper, on www.YSinfo.net, AM 1600 KUBA, and Comcast Channel 19. All you have to do is show up and fill out an information sheet. The director will ask you to read from the script for the parts that you are suited to play. Sometimes you will be asked to prepare a song or monologue to bring to the audition, but it is never mandatory. Our doors are open and we hope you will be interested in auditioning for an Acting Company production. All auditions are held at the Acting Company Theater unless noted otherwise. Copyright © 2003 The Acting Company. All rights reserved. 815 B Street, Yuba City, CA 95991 Phone: 530.751.1100 [email protected] The Acting Company is a 501-C3 non-profit organization. Fed ID #68-0037694, Charitable

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Have you heard about the Allyn Scott Youth Center? • We serve 3rd-12th grade students. • Our mission is to provide a safe, clean, state of the art community center with programs and services for area youth. • Membership applications are available at the ASYCC OR online at allynscottyouthcenter.org

Homework Help Healthy Snacks Activities PAL Mentoring Games A_TeAm Youth Group Rollerskating!

WE ARE OPEN DURING THE HOLDIAYS FROM 1 TO 4 P.M. 1830 B Street, Marysville phone: 749-1776 web:allynscottyouthcenter.org

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StarFlight 11 - performaces September 21-22 @ 7pm

Free - No Fees 3:00 to 4:30 pm

Evening Session Open to all ages $5 Adult $2.50 under 18 5:00 to 7:30 pm

For parents to know - about our spectacular MCAA Awards Night + how does the system works...

MCAA Awards Night 2012-13 is June 10, 2013 “Point System toward Selection of Outstanding Student Performers”

NOTES: The following will be the standard by which students will be awarded points in all departments in order to be eligible for yearly spring awards for all-around top students or creative artists at MCAA. It is a list that can be changed or added to by a majority opinion approval by the teaching staff at MCAA. approval of points must be done by filling in a designated form signed by a teacher responsible for the claimed area of participation. All forms must be turned in to Ms. Mejia no later than three weeks before the awards ceremony in May or June of each school term. Teachers may turn in a form for projected to points to be yet earned in that coming three week period on spring school activities. Second semester “A” and “A+” averages can be claimed in the fall of the following term for points earned. Decisions made after tallying of points will be final and not subject to change. No student being dismissed from MCAA for disciplinary or behavior reasons will be eligible for these awards, regardless of amount of points accumulated prior to his/her dismissal.

ACADEMICS Points “B” Semester Honor Roll 2 “A” Semester Honor Roll 3 “A+” Semester Honor Roll 4 STUDENT ACTIVITIES Students Body President 2 Student Body Officers 1 Member of student council 1 Yearbook, Newspaper 2 Peer Counselor 1 CONTESTS Participation in any school approved contest 1 Award winner in school approved contest 1 Publication in school or local format 1 Publication in State or National format 2 COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT Participation in school sponsored community event 1 Participation in approved community performance 1 Major role, community theater 2 Minor role, community theater 1 Technical role, community theater 1 MCAA PERFORMANCES (counted once per production) Participation in drama, dance, music, or speech 1 Stage hand, lighting technician school event 1 Video crew school event 1 Set building for productions 2 Stage manager or student director 3 Lead role (male or female), full-length school play 4 Major role (male or female), full-length school play 3 Minor role (male or female), full-length school play 2 Lead Role(s) in school one-act play 2 Minor role in school one-act play 1 Student director, stage manager one-act play 2 Committee participation in any school production 1 WRITERS AND ARTISTS Writer of produced one-act play 2 Writer of produced multiple one-act plays 3 Writer of song performed at school 1 Writer of short musical or comedy 3 Writer of novel written at MCAA 4 Painter of art displayed in community 2 Participant in school sponsored art show 1 VISUAL ARTS Participation of school sponsored Media Fest 1 Photographer of pictures displayed in community 2 Photographer of pictures displayed in school events 1 Participation of video(s) in State or National format 2

Award Winners for 2011-2012

Points 15 Shelby Broderick Allena Jeremiah Stephenie Rodwell 16 Chase Armstrong Elias Denny Derek Olsen Courtney Perdue 17 Julia Jacob Charisma Ledesma 18 Samantha Chizek Rhiannon Diamond Bethany Harris Tessa Toche 19 Cameron Day Charles Tate Kimi DeCamp 20 Zachary Martin 21 Gabrielle Mathews 23 Emilee Heddlesten 24 Michelle Yang 25 Tamara Gresham 27 Adrianna Hernandez Sydney E. Johnson 29 Jaclyn Lewis

31 Alayna Koen & Dakota Delaney 32 Anastasia Mathews & Emalie Saalsaa 33 Hannah Hawkins 35 Heather Chavez 37 Sarah Kuhn 38 James McDaniels 40 Max Jeffrey 44 Mariah Kuhn Winner............... 49 Gabrielle Hayes

MCAA’s Service Seal Award System Service Seal points are awarded to students performing a service to the school and the student association during 9th-12th grade. Students who earn 1,000 points or more receive special recognition from the school in the form of a silver seal on your diploma. Any student participating in fund-raising activities are eligible for service seal points. The points are awarded in the following manner: 5 points per hour, up to a maximum of 50 points per activity. The fund-raising activity must be listed on your service seal form and must be verified by the fund-raising chairperson or designated school official. Using the attached Service Seal Points description, indicate the activity you have been involved in on the Service Seal form available in the school office. Complete and return your form to Bonny no later than June 1st.

Student Body Officers Points President (each year) 300 Vice President (each year) 300 Secretary (each year) 200 Treasurer (each year) 300 Board Representative (each year) 200 Historian (each year) 200 Activities Director (each year) 200 Publicity Director (each year) 200 Class Officers Presidents 200 Vice Presidents 100 Club Officers President (each year) 75 Other officers (each year) 50 Point Keeper School-wide points awards 150 Conferences One Day Conferences 25 More than one day Conference 75 Drama & Dance Production Director (each production) 200 Major Actor (each production) 150 Minor Actor (each production) 75 Dancer (each production) 75 Back Stage workers (each production) 50 Lighting (each production) 100 Usher (each production) 25 Peer Counselors Peer Counselor (each year) 150 Music Band (each year) 200 Choir (each year) 100 Cheerleader Cheerleader (each sport) 150 Publications Editor (each year) 200 Other staff members (each year) 100 Sports All Sports (each sport) 150 Shady Creek Counselor Counselor (each year) 75

California Scholarship Federation California Junior Scholarship Federation What is California Junior Scholarship Federation (CJSF)? The purpose of the CJSF, a statewide organization of over 600 chapters, is to foster high standards of scholarship, service, and citizenship on the part of students of California’s public and private junior high schools. Membership is an indication of high academic achievement and offers opportunities for recognition. Qualifying members can become Honor Members with special recognition. Honor Members are students who has qualified and applied for membership in CJSF in a minimum of 3 semesters while a student in 7th and 8th grade. Honor Members receive an official Honor membership pin. In addition, a gold seal with the CJSF emblem is placed on the Honor Members Promotion Certificate. Notification of Honor Membership is included in the student’s permanent cumulative record. How to apply? Students must apply after each semester grade reporting using the MCAA CJSF Membership Application available in the MCAA office. Membership is not automatic and must be applied for within 1 month after each semester grade report. For more information: www.csf-cjsf.org Deadline: Apply 1 month after each semester grade report. California Scholarship Federation What is California Scholarship Federation (CSF)? The purpose of the CSF, a statewide organization of over 600 chapters, is to foster high standards of scholarship, service, and citizenship on the part of students of California’s public and private high schools. The motto is “Scholarship for Service.” Membership is an indication of high academic achievement offering opportunities for recognition. Qualifying members can become Life Members (sealbearers) with special recognition. Life Members (Sealbearers) are students who has qualified and applied for membership in CSF for 4 or more semesters in the last 3 years of high school. Life Members receive an official Life Membership pin. In addition, a gold seal with the CSF emblem is placed on the Life Members diploma. Notification of Life Membership is included in the student’s high school transcript. How to apply? California Scholarship Federation, Inc. Students must apply after each semester grade reporting using the MCAA CSF Membership Application available in the MCAA office. . Requirements include satisfactory grades in specific classes (Ask Mr. Pimentel for the . list.). Membership is not automatic and . must be applied for within 1 month after each semester grade report. CSF Semester Membership Application

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February or June).

2. You must use no more than 5 courses to qualify

3. NO CSF points are given for physical education, courses taken in lieu of physical education, subjects repeated to improve a grade, courses involving clerking and office/teaching assisting, and courses taken on a pass/fail basis. 4. CSF points are granted as follows: a grade of A = 3 CSF points a grade of B = 1 CSF point One additional point shall be granted for a grade of A or B in an AP, IB, or Honors course, up to a maximum of two such points per semester. a grade of C = 0 CSF points a grade of D or F in any course, even in one you cannot use to qualify, disqualifies you from membership at this time

B. Also remember: 1. Semester membership is based on work done in the previous semester. (Under very limited circumstances summer school may also be used; you should check with your adviser before listing any summer school work.) 2. You must reapply each semester. 3. Courses you may use are listed on the reverse side. They are divided into LISTS I, II, and III

C. List the courses you are using to qualify in the proper location below. Consult the LISTS on the reverse side. LIST I Course

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D. You must staple last semester's report card or transcript (or a photocopy of either) to this application form. Originals will be safely kept and may be claimed as soon as the membership lists have been posted.

Marysville Charter Academy for the Arts participates in the Fremont-Rideout Teen Leadership Council program.

The mission of Fremont-Rideout Foundation Teen Leadership Council is to act as a liaison and advocate for the Fremont-Rideout Foundation via healthcare education participation, philanthropic projects and community service.

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Enjoy privileged opportunities to meet hospital staff, physicians and FRHG senior leaders in order to gain insight into a career in health care; To job shadow our healthcare professionals; To participate in philanthropic activities; To help plan and host events which benefit Fremont-Rideout Foundation

All proceeds will benefit the Teen leadership Council Fremont-Rideout Foundation Emergency Room Expansion Project. The winning high school will be rewarded by Fremont-Rideout Foundation and recognized in the Appeal-Democrat. The MCAA n-e-w-s-p-a-p-e-r recycling dumpster is located at the North end of MCAA.

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Fremont-Rideout Foundation Emergency Room Expansion Project Thank You!

John Pimentel

Head Counselor/Arts Director, MCAA, 1917 B Street Marysville, CA 95901 Desk 530 741.6000x6250 Cell 530 682.3296

October News from the Counseling Desk Planning for and Applying to College

The admission application filing period for all California State Universities (CSU) opened on October 1. It closes on November 30. Seniors intending to apply to a CSU campus, especially if Chico State is one of their choices, should complete their application as soon as possible during the month of October. Go to www.csumentor.edu to start the process. To facilitate seniors accomplishing this, I will be meeting with them individually during the first three weeks of October to assist and follow up with them.

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Thirty MCAA 11th grade students will take the PSAT (Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test) on Wednesday, October 17 from 8 AM to 12 PM. MCAA offers this test (at no charge to students) to 11th graders on track to apply to four-year colleges in order to provide practice for the SAT and because it offers several features to help students get a jump start on college planning and preparation.

PLAN and EXPLORE Administration

As part of MCAA’s efforts to create a college going culture and prepare students for admission to and success in college, we also administer two tests to all of our eighth graders and tenth graders at no charge. The EXPLORE test is a preparation test for the ACT college admission test normed for eighth graders that also includes helpful information and direction on college majors and careers based on a student’s interests. The PLAN test is a preparation test for the ACT college admission test normed for tenth graders and includes helpful information and direction on college majors and careers based on a student’s interests. Contact the counseling office for more information. Important college planning and suggested activities for October: Thursday, October 1 CSU Admission Window Opens Register at: www.csumentor.edu Thursday, October 4 Last day to register for November SAT Register at: www.collegeboard.com Wednesday, Oct 17 PSAT for MCAA 11th graders 8 AM to 12 PM, MCAA Saturday, Oct. 20 UC Davis Preview Day Register at: www.admissions.ucdavis.edu/previewday Saturday, Oct. 20 Field Trip - CSU Chico Preview Day MCAA Permission forms due - October 12

Seniors: Should be preparing and submitting applications to CSU’s this month; preparing applications for UC’s for submission next month; checking application sites for private colleges; registering and preparing for the SAT and/or ACT; visiting prospective campuses in person or on line; studying hard to keep grades up; participating in school and community activities.

College? Now is the time....

If you are hoping to go to a 4-year college or university, the time is now for taking college entrance exams. Juniors need to take tests by May. Seniors, best before December, but take it anyway! Delays in taking the test result in delayed College Registration and students won’t get the classes they want.

SAT’s

Juniors: Should be preparing to take the PSAT on October 17 using their practice test information; using My College Quick Start and My Road on www.collegeboard.com to explore college and career planning, college majors, and individual college profiles; deciding when they will take the SAT and possibly the ACT during their junior year and preparing for them; visiting prospective campuses in person or on line; studying hard to keep grades up; participating in school and community activities. Sophomores: Will be taking the PLAN test on Wednesday, November 7. PLAN is a preparation test for the ACT college admission test and includes helpful information and direction on college majors and careers based on a student’s interests. Tenth graders should also be studying hard to keep grades up and participating in school and community activities.

Test Date Place Sign Up By: Oct 06 Yuba City High Sept 21 Nov 03 Yuba City High Oct 4 Dec 01 Yuba City High Nov 1 Jan 26 Yuba City High Dec 28 Mar 09 Yuba City High Feb 8 May 04 Yuba City High April 5 June 01 Yuba City High May 2 Go online to sign up: www.college board.com

ACT’s

Test Date Place SignUp By: Sept 08 Yuba City High Freshmen: Should be creating a college and career plan; studying hard to keep grades up; partici Oct 27 Yuba City High Sept 21 pating in school and community activities. Dec 08 Yuba City High Nov 2 Seventh and Eighth Graders: Eighth graders will be taking the EXPLORE test on Thursday, Octo- Feb 09 Yuba City High Jan 11 ber 25. EXPLORE is a preparation test for the ACT college admission test and also includes helpful April 13 Yuba City High Mar 8 information and direction on college majors and careers based on a student’s interests. Seventh and June 08 Yuba City High May 3 Eighth graders should also be studying hard to keep grades up; participating in school and community activities; trying to earn an A or B in Algebra 1, English, and a foreign language (if enrolled in one) in order to maximize the opportunities for college admission.

Go online to sign up: www.act.org Booklets available in J. Pimentel’s Office.

YUBA COLLEGE NEWS SEPTEMBER 2012 Welcome back MCAA High School students and parents, this month, we’re officially “back” in school! Students, be sure to listen to your Bulletins for my scheduled dates and times on your campus, and don’t forget to watch for the “Yuba College News” appearing in your monthly MCAA Newsletter! This is the best means of communication! September Highlights: In your Main Office this is where you will find the latest information and materials throughout the year. Materials vary and are kept updated throughout the year. • Get Ready; Get Set…Jump- In to 20122013! Please don’t hesitate to say “hi” to me or ask questions when I am at your campus throughout the school year. I look forward to talking with you! • COLLEGE INFORMATION/TRANSFER DAY AT YUBA COLLEGE: Monday, September 17, 9am-1pm. Interested in talking to representatives from a variety of colleges and universities? How about representatives from Military? This opportunity only happens once a year… so come to Yuba College to take advantage of meeting and talking to the representatives in person and acquiring important information and materials. This is an excellent opportunity, be sure to get your information from Mr. Pimentel… It’s MONDAY, HOPE YOU COME!!

3301 East Onstott Road, Yuba City. Access off northbound Hwy.99 at Eager Rd., south on E. Onstott, or Pease Road to East Onstott. The front entrance is located on the west side of building, facing Hwy. 99. SENIORS: • Remember to watch dates posted future “Yuba College News” in your monthly Newsletters, and please keep in touch with Mr. Pimentel, your Academic Advisor for information and sign-ups. • Important college materials will be available to you during the course of the year, Main Office. • QuickREG, a Yuba College program for 2nd semester seniors to assist in completing the enrollment process during your senior year, imagine registering your classes before graduating from high school…..be sure to watch for updates! Visit me when I’m on your campus to answer any questions. • Mid-year 2012 Grads: Watch for your QuickReg Dates this semester! Take advantage to apply to Yuba College on line, take the placement exam, and register for your Spring Semester classes, apply for financial aid… all with assistance from your Yuba College representative! Dates coming soon!

Programs and Corrections where students have exciting simulation technology at their finger tips! Stay tuned to future Yuba College News to learn more about these important programs.

STUDENTS & PARENTS: Fall-Winter 2012-2013 “Yuba College Community Education Course Schedule” IS NOW ON LINE! Course Information and Classes are located at yc.yccd.edu / Campus Life / Community Education or yc.yccd.edu/ campus/community-educaton.aspx, offering fully On-line Health Care Education, Allied Health Programs as well as the large variety of certification and non-credit special interest classes. Don’t wait to check this out! Dates are short-term and class-specific, space is limited. SEPTEMBER AT YUBA COLLEGE: Check A LOOK AHEAD TO OCTOBER: • Yuba College Public Events Presents: out the Calendar of Events schedule at the “Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night”: NEW Yuba College Info Center located in your SUTTER College & Career Center for dates and times October 5, 6, 11, 12, 13, 19, 20 @ 8:00PM / October 14 & 21 @ 2:00PM Matinee COUNTY of Theatre Performances and Sports. Want CAMPUS, to see a Saturday college football game October 11 – HALF-OFF NIGHT! October 16 – HIGH SCHOOL ONLY PERFORYUBA on the new field at Yuba? The next home MANCE, 10AM, $3.00! CITY!! game is Saturday, September 22 at 6pm: Yuba College vs. West Valley College. See Watch for more information on how to signup! NEW TO the complete list of games on our website OUR YUBA yc.yccd.edu, Athletics also including upcom- • YUBA COLLEGE WEBSITE: yc.yccd.edu You will find all information about schedule COLLEGE COMMUNITY: Our NEW beauti- ing games in men’s & women’s soccer and of classes, academic programs, transfer inful SUTTER COUNTY CAMPUS opened volleyball … check it out! formation, campus activities and events, our for Fall classes this semester! Specializing in general ed classes, stop-on-by to see May be you plan to be an Art, Music, Theatre variety of intercollegiate sports, and more! us! Interested in taking a late-start class major. October 9 is our next “Noon Recital” Additionally, the college mascot, Dusty the Niner, has a presence on Facebook and this semester? For California resident high when these students perform for faculty, Twitter. school student 9-12, the cost is just $10 and staff, students in our beautiful Theatre. EvFollow us at twitter.com/DustyNiner and no placement exam for this class: eryone is welcome! Please see the Events Calendar and information about our next facebook.com/Yuba-College. Intro to Film Tuesday & Thursday 3:45pmplay below, especially the high school only Looking forward to see6:45pm Room #101 10/11/12 – 12/12/12 performance! ing you this year! Get a start on your college units….meets Barbara Forkey, the “Humanities” requirement for General Have you seen the new Health & Public Ed, A.A. or A.S. This is one of many general Safety Building on our Marysville campus, Outreach Specialist, ed classes offered at our new Sutter County located just off North Beale Road? It is the Yuba College. [email protected] Campus in Yuba City, located at new location for Nursing, Fire Technology

Principal’s List 7th Grade Reina Banuelos Adaezia Chavez Austria Cruz Hannah Dunn Julissa Gonzalez Jaquelyn Kinner Lolita Manzano Gabrielle Mathews Anthony rivera Mary Scully Adrianna Villa

8th Grade Sabrina Banez Tatjana Kelly Jarret Noonan Michelle Yang

9th Grade Adrianna Barnhart Lewis Carrin Van Rijn Robert Denny Hannah Hawkins Zachary Martin cortes Olivares Emalie Saalsaa Sanha Tatla

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8th Grade

Alyssa Cantrell Gisselle Barajas Jade Evans Goody Yang Madison Levesque Chaz Patton Julian Barkley-Brinson Faith Rodriguez Yuri Huizar Mackenzie gordon Megan Allen Dustyne Steele Zoe Banks Elile Heddlesten Logan Bertsch Hope Rodriguez Charlene Diamond angelina Sumait Elizabeth Lanphier Natalia Vinces Grayson Romig Dakota Delaney Sergio Amezquita Tristan Stewart Kimi DeCamp Tyson Wadkins Sara Powell Jessica Mejia Ariel Rangel Christina Yang

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8th Grade

Lucia Escatel Jessica Bravo Andreas Carrion Van Rijn Kristina Mackensen Brianna Gibson Allena Jeremiah Jacqueline Mejia Breanna Lawther Julian Sumait Avery Sutherland Sierra Davis Aspen Holden Charles Day Meilani Medlar Lily Stewart Joseph Williamson Izzayla Wallace Rhiannon Diamond Isabella Alvarez Lakota-Raven Martin Charisma Ledesma Raven Crosby Elizabeth Sutton Emma Hendrix Tristan Hengel Isaiah Ledesman Justus Whitmore Enrique Ambrocio Amelia Condrey Karisa Davis Hunter Green Liv Harrison Branden Hendrickson Zachary Pickell Norman Pinney Brescia West

11th Grade

12th Grade

Mariah Kyhn Sarah Kuhn James McDaniels Sandy McWhorter Shane Norby Jose Reyes

Cheryl Gragg Emerald Green Pakou Her Max Jeffrey Sean Lubbers Travis Miller Kylee Schesser Tamara Gresham

Jose Hernandez Julia Jacob Natalie Landau Grebory Paez Hansol Park Brittany Sizemore Makayla Synak Izanie Love Madeline Kellogg

Honor Roll

9th Grade Faithlean Buckley Paulina Muro Real Lauren Bartlett Nathan Espinoza Gabrielle Hayes Justin Hines Samantha Taws Alyana Koen Cyan Amaya-Bastiaans Julian Block Corina Gherle Efrain Gonzalez Ger Yang Michael Axe Samantha Chizek Margarita gomer Anastasia Mathews Stephanie Velazquez

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10th Grade Dean Bustamante Kyle DeCamp Jessica Hall Alexis Pollard Regina Hernandez Marisa Lopez Courtney Day Alejandro Gutierrez Alexus Coleman Alivia DeLuze Angel Hernandez

11th Grade Caitlin Beck Madison Cockrum Bethany Harris Casey McCurry Alexis Butcher Sysney Johnson Deriek Olsen Sumin Tatla

12th Grade Heather Chavez Mykala Lawton Kern Brittney ford Steven Phillips Rachelle Martinez Heather Sutton Andrea Busco Elayna Gasque chloe Gonzalez Adrian Hernandez Jaclyn Lewis

Honor Roll

9th Grade

Katherine Kellogg Griffin Clingman Kevin Schroyer Mikayla Lattimore Derek Cook Austin Garvin Jesus Tejada-Mitchell Kanisha Badue Samuel Fuhrer Trevor Middlebrook Gabrielle Sanchez Dylan Wofford

10th Grade

Katherine Perard Lacy Dickinson Maricela Jaime Bryant Rivera Kailey Smith Jacob Ferrini Cameron Day Eliza Sevilla Stephanie Rodwell

11th Grade

Sarah Mays Inoa Spyres Chloe Butcher Aricka Espinoza Haley Hudspeth Sydney Johnson Elizabeth Williams Jacy Benson Marie Mehler Bailey Hamilton Austin McReynolds Kelsey Wilson

12th Grade

Neng Yang Kalia Klein Sarah Fogle Zachary Ramsey Aaron Vanover

Marysville Charter Academy For the Arts

Students - Teachers - Parents All are ASKED To JOIN IN!!! Parent-Teacher-Student-Association Meeting

Tuesday, October 9, 2012 6:00 P.M. Room #7

AGENDA Approval of September Minutes Consent Agenda Principal’s Report Teacher’s Report Students Report Treasurer’s Report Fundraising Report Volunteer Coordinator Report Publicity Report OLD BUSINESS Spaghetti Dinner NEW BUSINESS Friday, October 26 TBA Your Elected PTSA Officers for 2012-2013 are ... Co-President Co-President 1st Co-Vice-Pres 1st Co-Vice-Pres 2nd Co-Vice-Pres 3rd Vice-Pres 3rd Vice-Pres 4th Vice-Pres Secretary Treasurer Publicity Chair

Anna Gragg 741-8570 [email protected] Jeannie Beck 701-1700 [email protected] Mary Day 742-0939 [email protected] Pat Bennett 749-6196 [email protected] Nikki Kinner 300-0897 [email protected] Cheryl Gragg 741-8570 Sydney E. Johnson 755-8541 [email protected] John Pimentel 749-6157 ext 4 [email protected] Anika Medlar 749-2465 [email protected] Jeff DeCamp 218-1028 [email protected] Valerie Mathews 808 343-2776 [email protected]

Next PTSA Meetings: Mondays or Tuesdays

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Oct 9 (Mon)Nov 05 (Tues) Dec 11 Feb 12 (Tues) Mar 13 (Tues) Apr 9

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Jan 15 May 14

MCAA School Site Council Meetings: Room 7 (3:15pm) Nov 08

Feb 07

May 02

Important Dates:

Sep 21 Progress Reports Mailed to Home Sep 21-22 StarFlight 11 - 7 pm Marysville Auditorium Sep 24-28 Ashland Trip Sep 25 Block 9 Schedule (extra class added) Oct 02-03 CAHSEE ReTest-Junior+Senior Oct 05 Minimum Day-Students [email protected]:50pm Oct 08 String Concert Fundraiser - 7 pm Oct 09 Community Meeting Day Oct 12 No School for Students-Teacher Work Day Oct 16 Block 9 Schedule (extra class added) Oct 17 PSAT TEST DAY 11th grade Oct 19 END 1st Quarter Oct 19 Picture Make Up Day Oct 23 Block 9 Schedule (extra class added) Oct 25 EXPLORE TEST -7th Grade Oct 26 Spaghetti Dinnner & Silent Auction - 5pm Oct 25-27 Anything Goes Performance - 7 pm Marysville Auditorium Oct 28 Sunday Matinee - 2 pm Oct 29 Fall Festival - MHS Cafeteria - 7 pm Oct 30 Block 9 Schedule (extra class added) Oct 27 Thriller Dance - 7 pm Nov 02-03 Anything Goes Performance - 7 pm Marysville Auditorium Nov 04 Sunday Matinee - 2 pm Nov 05 PTSA Meeting - Rm 7 - 6pm Nov 06 Block 9 Schedule (extra class added) Nov 07 PLAN Test - 10th Grade Nov 08 MCAA Site Council - rm 7 -3:15pm Nov 12 No School - Veterans Day Nov 9-10 WayWayWayOff Broadway - 2pm+7 pm Yuba College Theater Nov 11 Sunday Matinee - 2 pm Nov 16 Staff Planning Day-Students [email protected]:50pm Nov 19-23 No School - Thanksgiving Holiday Dec 07 Staff Planning Day-Students [email protected]:50pm Dec 06-08 A Christmas Carol Production - 7 pm Marysville Auditorium Dec 09 Sunday Matinee 2 pm Dec 10-13 Winter Music Festival - 6:30 pm Dec 14-15 Dessert & Dance Performance Dec 18-21 SEMESTER FINALS !!!!!! Dec 21 Minimum Day-Students [email protected]:50pm Dec 21 First Semester Ends Dec 22-Jan 11 No School - Winter Break Jan 21 No School - Martin L. King Day Feb 05-06 CAHSEE ReTest-Junior+Senior Feb 11 No School - Lincoln Birthday Feb 18 No School - Washington Birthday Feb 22 Black History Performance Mar 05 STAR WRITING Test-7+11 Grades Mar 08 No School for Students-Teacher Work Day Mar 12-13 CAHSEE Test - 10th Grade Mar 15 Staff Planning Day-Students [email protected]:50pm Mar 21-23 Advanced Drama Production 7 pm Mar 24 Sunday Matinee - 2 pm Mar 29 to Apr5 No School - Spring Break Apr 25-26 Beginning Drama Performance - 7 pm Apr 27 Sunday Matinee - 2 pm May 7-8-14-15 STAR TESTING 7-11 grades May 15 Open House 6pm Apr 8-May 3 P.E. Testing May 03 Dance Recital May 10 French Night May 23-24 Showcase - 7 pm May 27 No School - Memorial Day May 28-31 Spring Music Festival June 06-12 FINALS June 07 Class Field Trips JUNE 10 MCAA Awards Night June 12 Graduation and Promotions June 13 Last Day of School - Minimum Day This is a Thursday!!!---Day on Green

MCAA Phone Numbers: Attendance-749-6148, Bonny-749-6155, Principal-749-6156