Halloween is next Thursday and students and teachers are encouraged to get in the Halloween spirit by dressing for the day. Students who choose to dress for Halloween, must abide by the below guidelines.
All costumes must be “PG” rated.
The School dress code policy must be followed.
Costumes may only be worn on Thursday, October 31st.
Costumes may not be a disruption to instruction in any way.
Costumes may not be derogatory or offensive to any groups or individuals.
Costumes may not include any weaponry or representations of weapons.
Masks are not permitted.
Students’ faces must be uncovered and easily identifiable (left up to the discretion of the administration). .
If a costume fails to comply with any of the above expectations the student will be detained and disciplinary action may result. Remember, you will be held accountable for your personal conduct as well. Our expectation of your behavior is the same as it is on any regular day. While we enjoy the spirit of Halloween, we will maintain our high expectations of student behavior. On Thursday at lunch, the ASB will be hosting a Halloween costume contest. Teachers and students are welcome to show off their gruesome (school appropriate) gear in the Q-Hut.
All students are invited to get a FREE heart screening at Patrick Henry High School on Sunday, October 20th.
The screening is offered by the Eric Paredes Save A Life Foundation, which has screened 9,000 teens for heart abnormalities that can put them at risk for Sudden Cardiac Arrest-(SCA) - the number two killer of youth under 25.
Parents simply register at EPSaveALife.org and download a parent screening packet.
Screenings consist of a health history, an EKG, and if indicated, an echocardiogram. These are not standard offerings during a teen's well-child or pre-participation sports physical, but they are so important because Sudden Cardiac Arrest often has no warning signs -- the first symptom could be death. We lose 7,000 kids annually -- nearly half a dozen in San Diego alone.
The screening is free, painless, noninvasive and quick - less than 30 minutes - and is administered by San Diego cardiologists, nurses and techs - many from Scripps.
The screening is for kids age 13 - 19. We urge you to take advantage of this opportunity to screen your teen.
Tonight's is Serra's first home Varsity Football game of the season. It is also a double header.
JV @ 3:30 Varsity @ 6:30
Due to the double header, admission will be charged for the JV game. A JV ticket holders may stay for the varsity game. No in/out privileges. Ticket Prices: General Admission: $7.00 Children under 12: $2.00 Seniors 65+: Free Freshmen with school ID or Freshmen Shirt: Free (10/4/13- Only)