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5/19/17

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The 17th annual City Arts of San Mateo High School Arts Recognition Program recently took place. This program is open to all students attending Aragon, Hillsdale, and San Mateo High Schools. City Arts' mission is to inspire, encourage, and acknowledge the creativity and talent of our high school students. The following is a list of winners of the 2017 City Arts of San Mateo High School Arts Recognition Program.

  • Visual Grand Prize:  Xinyue Zhang - Hillsdale High School
  • Visual  2D First Place:  Laen Chan - San Mateo High School
  • Visual Photography First Prize: Kelsey Araghi - Aragon High School
  • Visual 3D First Place: Madeleine Seidman - San Mateo High School
  • Literary Grand Prize: Priscilla Yang - Aragon High School
  • Literary First Place Poetry: Grace Marshall - Aragon High School
  • Literary First Place Prose: Olivia DiNapoli - Aragon High School

Visual Honorable Mentions:
Aragon:

  • 2D - Nayan Saha and Angelique Gomez
  • Photography - Kyra Mingus, Pia Yoon and Casey Hull
  • 3D - Daniela Danelli and Jossie Tamsil
  • Hillsdale:
  • 2D - Madison Luzar and Marissa Wong
  • 3D - Elizabeth Donovan and Felix Allard

San Mateo:

  • 2D - Chandni Garg and Paulina Trujillo
  • Photography - Larissa Carvalho Ferreira and Kyra Cruse
  • 3D - Nayelli Ahtou and Lily Scorso

Literary Honorable Mentions:

  • Aragon Poetry: Kelsey Araghi and Juliet Bost
  • San Mateo Poetry: Chaya Chudasama, Zion Shih, Esther Snetov
  • Aragon Prose: Olivia Tobin and Lexa Wilkins
  • Hillsdale Prose: Mabel Gonzales and Julia Harvey
  • San Mateo Prose: Jasmine Chin, Shannon Lu, Christina Tran

Congratulations to all of our students and "thank you" to City Arts for encouraging and nurturing the arts in San Mateo.

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5/19/17

iStock - Photo of a Pole Vault

Huge congratulations to senior Jimmy Escobar, the new BHS pole vault record-holder (15' 2"). He recently earned a San Mateo Daily Journal "Athlete of the Week" highlight. See the article by clicking HERE. Congratulations to Jimmy and "thank you" to his coach and fellow athletes who inspire him to keep challenging himself.

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5/19/17

BHS Teachers Lau and Zozos at Friendship WalkRecently, Burlingame faculty members Sonny Lau and Michael Zozos volunteered at the Best Buddies Friendship Walk in Golden Gate Park. Starting before dawn, these teachers were part of the set-up crew assembling registration and hospitality tents, arranging signage, and facilitating the execution of day-of operations during the event. This year's walk drew close to 1,000 participants, including Lou Seal, the mascot of the San Francisco Giants. The Friendship Walk is a yearly fundraising event for Best Buddies, a nonprofit organization that creates opportunities for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities by fostering one-to-one friendships, integrated employment, and leadership development. As Mr. Zozos shares, "I volunteer with Best Buddies to advocate for, and encourage, inclusion for everyone!" That's the Panther spirit! More information on Best Buddies can be found at www.bestbuddies.org.

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5/18/17

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San Mateo County Pride Center
Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting

Don't miss this historic moment as the County opens its doors of the first LGBTQ+ community center in San Mateo County! Come kick off Pride Month, tour the facilities, and learn about programs and services. The event will include an open house, ribbon cutting ceremony, speakers, musical performances, art and delicious refreshments. Details:

Thursday, June 1, 2017
4-7pm
1021 South El Camino Real
San Mateo, CA 94402

RSVP today at sanmateopride.eventbrite.com.

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Interpreter Service

The Office of Student Services provides on-site interpreting services for Spanish and Chinese (Cantonese/Mandarin) speakers. Interpreter Service available in any language upon request. Learn the details.
 

La Oficina de Servicios Estudiantiles ofrece servicios de interpretación en el mismo lugar para las personas que hablan español y chino (mandarín). Se dispone de intérpretes de cualquier otro idioma previa solicitud. Averigüe los detalles.

 

學生服務辦公室會爲說西班牙語和中文(粵語/普通話)的人提供現場傳譯服務。可要求任何語言的傳譯員。瞭解詳情。

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