We wrap up Red Ribbon Spirit Week, in which we bring focus to the dangers of drug use and trafficking in our community, with a show of school spirit. Wear your Palomar Panthers gear and black and purple school colors!
Wear a t-shirt or outfit that reflects your drug-free high activity of choice! What do you do that gives you a natural high? Do you skateboard? Cook? Run 5ks? Sing in a band? Showcase it on WEDNESDAY!
Next week is Red Ribbon Spirit Week! Each day will have a fun theme. Check the poster in the lunch area for details, and watch the posted announcements here!
We will kick it off a day early on FRIDAY, October 27, with Misfit Sock day.
October is National Anti-Bullying Month. The Misfit Sock movement asks people to celebrate what makes them different and take a stand against bullying by wearing misfit socks with purpose: to celebrate what makes us different. Many kids hide their differences for fear of being bullied. Taking a stand as a school community sends a strong message that DIFFERENCES MATTER.
As a nationwide movement, last year over a million people participated.
You can learn more about the movement on the Misfit Sock Movement website.
If you were absent or somehow missed taking your school photo earlier this year, picture retake day will be held on Wednesday, October 18th. Every student must get their picture taken and receive an updated school ID, even if you are not ordering pictures.
You still can order your personalized online yearbook!
For students planning to graduate and start college in the spring (January – February), Palomar is taking a field trip to take the community college assessment test on Tuesday morning, October 24th.
See Ms. Wu in room 4 for a permission slip and more information.
Weekly activities for the Panther Pad, club meetings, and after school activities for the month of September include game room time, YMCA LIT training, Drivers Ed, and Camps Marston and Surf! Check them out here!
Only a few class days remain before fall break is upon us!
Remember there is no school on Monday, September 4, in observation of Labor Day, and the fall break starts only 10 school days after.
Fall break runs from September 18 through October 3, with classes resuming as normal on October 4.
School picture day is Wednesday, September 6! Be sure you to come with a fresh haircut and dressed to impress so that when you look back in your yearbook in ten years you remember how awesome you really were.
Student IDs will be printed with your new photo and handed out the same day. All students MUST get a photo taken for ID purposes, even if you are not ordering pictures