This week has the following alternate schedules:

Monday, January 20

MLK Holiday

Tuesday, January 21

Period A (8:25-9:50)

Brunch (9:50-10:05)

Period B (10:05-11:25)

Period C (11:35-12:55)

Lunch (12:55-1:35)

Period F (1:35-2:55)

Wednesday, January 22

Period D (8:25-9:50)

Brunch (9:50-10:05)

Double FlexTime (10:05-11:25)

Period E (11:35-12:55)

Lunch (12:55-1:35)

Period G (1:35-2:55)

Dept. meetings (3:05-3:45)

Thursday, January 23

Period A (8:25-9:50)

Brunch (9:50-10:05)

Period B (10:05-11:25)

Period C (11:35-12:55)

Lunch (12:55-1:35)

Period F (1:35-2:55)

Friday, January 24

Period D (8:25-9:50)

Brunch (9:50-10:05)

Double FlexTime (10:05-11:25)

Period E (11:35-12:55)

Lunch (12:55-1:35)

Period G (1:35-2:55) 

  • The Work Experience Education program and Gunn’s PTSA are excited to present a Career Speaker Series this week. Every day at lunch, speakers will share their career paths and life experiences with you. Pizza is provided to all attendees. Go to https://pausd.schoology.com/school/7924989/update/2336530402 for information. Today’s speakers are by a technologist in the library, a fashion designer in the staff lounge, a reporter in K12, a chef in K8, an editor in L2, and a community resource police officer in the PE classroom.
  • Spring Club Charter application forms are now available and due by 4pm on January 22. Go to https://tinyurl.com/s8wgv3w. Fall Clubs or those renewed in May 2019 do not need to reapply now.
  • Seniors: please check the spelling of your name on the list in the Main Office window. This is exactly how it will appear on your diploma. The deadline for spelling changes is Friday at 3pm.
  • The Paly and Gunn Juggling Clubs present their annual free juggling arts festival, Game of Throws III, January 24-26 at Paly’s Perry Center Small Gym. Events include a Friday Night Juggling Battle, workshops, and a Saturday Night Gala Show. Go to http://sites.google.com/view/palyjuggling/ for information.
  • Your participation is requested in the AAR (Authentic Advanced Research) Student Survey about society’s ideas of beauty in the Western world. It only takes about 10 minutes and is available until January 30 at https://tinyurl.com/gunnaarfemalebodytypes
  • It’s Yoga Tuesday! All students and staff are invited to join Ms. Ichikawa in a free yoga session in room V-17, starting at 4pm. Relax and stretch!
  • The Creatives Club meets today at lunch in Room N-103, where you can have fun, create, and enjoy snacks.
  • Come to Gunn’s second annual Back-to-School Picnic and Social next Wednesday, September 4, 5:30-7:30 pm on the Amphitheatre. You’ll enjoy the Gunn Pep Rally Band and dinner from food trucks like Crepes & Waffles, MoBowl, the Oaxacan Kitchen and Mister Softee. All Gunn students, families, staff and alumni are invited. Bring a picnic or a few bucks to buy dinner or dessert. RSVP at https://tinyurl.com/GunnBTSPicnic19. See you there!
  • Attention Seniors: If you want your Community Service hours to go on your Gunn transcript, the Community Service Tracking Form must be turned in to the Assistant Principal of Guidance by September 6 at the latest. Remember: you must have at least 100 hours of service on the form before you turn it in. No late forms will be accepted. And the form must be legible.
  • The Fall Club Charter application is now online. If you’d like to start a club this fall, complete both the online form and paper forms by 4pm September 4. Forms are at https://tinyurl.com/hvb9bqa
  • Parking permits are on sale in the Student Activities office for seniors only. They cost $125 and application forms are in the SAO. Carpool and single-driver permits are available only to seniors living past El Camino, Foothill, Page Mill, and Adobe Creek. Starting September 9, any senior can get a permit until they are sold out. Due to limited space, only seniors may purchase permits. Juniors with special circumstances should fill out a form at https://tinyurl.com/permitrequests.
  • Day Planners have arrived and are available for pickup in the Student Activities Center, open 12:15-4:15. If you already purchased an ASB Membership Card or Lightning Pass, come to the SAC to have your card punched so you can take advantage of discounts for sports events, dances, apparel and other Gunn activities. ASB Membership cards are still on sale and pay for themselves after you get two dance tickets, a yearbook, or a sweatshirt! Buy yours at https://tinyurl.com/TitanWebStore or go to the Student Activities Center.
  • This year’s TEDxGunnHighSchool will be on January 17, so get excited! The theme is “One Step Forward.” If you’d like to speak or perform at this event or know someone who would, apply at https://forms.gle/kX6fEwTmm2mMy8iC8 or email tedx.gunnhs@gmail.com
  • If you have a B prep period and can tutor French 2, please come to the Academic Center right away and become an AC tutor.  Apply in Room D-2, or log onto Tutorbook.app and create an account.  Merci!