By Barbara Hart - Career Center Tech.
The following is a listing of current scholarship applications which are available for your pick-up in the Career Center. This list is intended to give you a brief synopsis of the most pertinent information for each scholarship or award. If a scholarship looks interesting to you, come to the career center to pick up a hardcopy application (located in the money box), or if listed under the on-line portion of this list you can apply directly using the stated web-site. Please note that the deadlines are in red, and that scholarships targeting only a certain population will have the specific requirement noted in blue. Most of these scholarships are for seniors, last year’s class of 2006 was awarded 136 scholarships. Occasionally I do receive scholarships for juniors, sophomores and freshmen as well. These will be duly noted at the end of this list.
This is free money, so don’t be lazy.......apply for as many as you can!
All girls seriously interested in trying out for soccer will need to attend an informational meting tomorrow at 3 pm sharp in the girl’s Locker Room. See Ms. Diaz for further questions.
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By Susan Muramoto, Courier Staff Writer
A new restaurant has recently opened at Pacific Commons in Fremont. It's called Claim Jumper
, and judging from the 2 1/2 hour wait (without a reservation) on the day I went there, its popularity is spreading fast. However, don't let the long wait discourage you from visiting--make a quick reservation in advance, and you'll be enjoying a meal there in no time.
Posted by courier at 11:20 AM. Filed under: Entertainment
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By Ray Dequina, Courier Staff Writer
Students and staff at Logan were shocked when they discovered that, effective January 1st, 2007, parking passes would be required to use the school’s parking facilities. Or at least they would have been shocked, had they known more about them.
“Are you freaking serious?” said Senior Jan Illenberger. To most students, it seems, the news of the new passes is just that—new. The rule was met with more confusion than anything else.
Students and staff will have to display parking permits and park in assigned spaces next year. Courier staff photo
Posted by courier at 07:55 AM. Filed under: News
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