Week of January 23-27

This Week’s Schedule:
Monday, January 23: (ABC)
Tuesday, January 24: (DEF)
Wednesday, January 25: (ACB) Parent Course Advisement Night, 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Thursday, January 26: (DFE) CC: Counseling Assemblies for Course Selection for 9th, 10th & 11th grades
Friday, January 27: (ABC)  12:45 pm Dismissal

Food Menus:
Monday, January 23:
-Pilot Cafe: Plat du jour – Pasta with meat or marinara sauce, Caesar salad, garlic bread, fresh Parmesan cheese. Soupe du jour – French Onion
-Common Grounds: Bean and Cheese Burrito, Thai Chicken Wrap

Tuesday, January 24:
-Pilot Cafe: Plat du jour – Chicken Cordon Bleu, potato au gratin, glazed carrots. Soupe du jour – Cream of Broccoli
-Common Grounds: Breakfast Burrito, Flaming Hot Chicken Panini, Chicken Caesar Wrap

Wednesday, January 25:
-Pilot Cafe: Plat du jour – Roasted Pork Loin, macaroni and cheese, green beans. Soupe du jour – Tomato Basil
-Common Grounds: Breakfast Croissant, Pizza Supreme Panini, Chicken Teriyaki Bowl

Thursday, January 26:
-Pilot Cafe: Plat du jour – Steak, pommes frites, sauteed broccoli. Soupe du jour – Red Bell Pepper Pear
-Common Grounds: Breakfast Burrito, Club Sandwich

Friday, January 27:
-Pilot Cafe: Closed
-Common Grounds: Breakfast Croissant, Philly Steak Panini, Cobb Salad

Miss OLP Ball
Wednesday, January 25 is the LAST DAY to purchase bids to the Miss OLP Ball for $40 per person.  On January 26 the price will go up to $45 per person. The Ball will take place on Saturday, February 4 in La Gran Terraza at USD from 8:00-11:00 pm. Dance Agreements for the Ball can be found in the Jupiter downloads and on the OLP website. The last day to buy a bid is Wednesday, February 1.

OLP Becomes 7th Fair Trade School in California
We are proud to announce our official designation as a Fair Trade School. Fair Trade is an economic system that ensures consumers the products they buy were grown, harvested, crafted and traded in ways that improve lives and protect the environment. As environmental stewards, seekers of social justice and global citizens, we are excited to partner with Fair Trade Campaigns on this important issue. To join or support OLP, visit us online. Students who are interested in learning more are invited to our Fair Trade Commission presentation during co-curricular on Wednesday, January 25. If you have further questions, please email Mrs. Katie Wilson at [email protected]

Senior Service Hours Deadline is This Friday
Seniors: a friendly reminder that your service hours are due this Friday, January 27. Please submit the completion of your 10 direct hours online here. This service experience must take place between Saturday, June 5, 2016 and Friday, January 27, 2017 at ONE officially recognized nonprofit organization. The purpose of creating a commitment to one organization is to encourage students to fully understand the mission of the organization and establish worthwhile relationships within the organization. Students are encouraged to choose an organization that reflects their career interests in some way. Please email questions to Mrs. Wilson at [email protected]

ESU Shakespeare Competition
The ESU Shakespeare Competition will be held January 26 during Block F. Students must perform a sonnet and a monologue. The winner will compete citywide at North Coast Repertory. Please see Mrs. Herb ([email protected]) for more information.

Junior: RYLA Conference
RYLA (Rotary Youth Leadership Association) encourages servant leadership in youth by recognizing and rewarding deserving 11th grade students who are chosen to attend RYLA. These select young people attend an all-expenses-paid camp at Idyllwild Pines from April 7-9. If you are interested in being considered for this great opportunity, you must fill out an application online. Once you submit the application online, please submit a printed copy of your application and essay to Mrs. Antolin by Monday, January 23 in Room 117. Interviews will be conducted on campus by an RYLA representative in late January. Have questions? Please contact Mrs. Antolin at [email protected]

Plan Ahead for National Honor Society Applications
The National Honor Society is the nation’s premier organization established in 1921 to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to recognize those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service and character. We will be accepting applications for membership into our chapter of NHS from February 1-15.

Applications are evaluated on scholarship (a minimum 3.5 weighted cumulative GPA is required), leadership and service. In order to properly evaluate these characteristics, we ask that you complete the application thoroughly and thoughtfully. In addition to the application is a teacher recommendation sheet. You will need to request a recommendation from three separate teachers. All applications with three recommendation forms must be submitted together IN PERSON to the registrar, Mr. Kim, no later than the end of the school day on February 15. Applications will not be accepted if submitted via email, placed in faculty boxes or returned late.

CSF Application Deadline
The applications for CSF membership for our fall semester are now available! Check your OLP email or come to Room 201 to get your application. Please turn in the completed form along with a copy of last semester’s grades to Ms. Cunningham in Room 201 by Monday, February 6. NO LATE APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED!

Girl Up Teen Advisor Applications Now Open
Do you know a #GIRLHERO who is already making change in her community? Or a passionate young leader who is looking to make a global impact? If so, let her know Girl Up Teen Advisor applications are now open. Teen Advisors are passionate change-makers who power the Girl Up “by girls, for girls” movement. Through the program, Teen Advisors receive skills-based training and hands-on learning, as they are key players to all Girl Up decision-making, including advocacy, fundraising and communications strategy.

Girl Up is currently taking applications for the next class of trailblazers to serve as Teen Advisors for the 2017-18 school year. Think you know a girl who has what it takes to be a Teen Advisor? Encourage her to apply today! Girls entering the U.S. equivalent of 9th-12th grades are eligible to apply. The application period closes on February 13.

Global Leadership Connection Conference
The Global Leadership Connection will be holding its annual conference at USD on February 22, February 25 and February 26. Any junior who is interested in applying for the conference may go here for further information and an application. If you have any questions, please see Dr. Blade.