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  •  Join us for a tour

    IB School Tour - Meet at IB Office Room 185

    Please join us on our next IB tour, April 22nd. This will be the last tour of the 2013-14 school year. The tour location has changed due to testing in the Library. Please park in the student lot off Lee St. and then proceed to walk down Lee St. to the green portable on the right side of the street, just before the football field.

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  • 5K School Yard Dash

    This year's largest fundraiser for PB Middle and Mission Bay High is the School Yard Dash 5K Run on April 26!! It will be a healthy morning of family fun along beautiful Mission Bay at DeAnza Cove. Race time is 9:00 am for the Kids One-Mile Dash, followed by the 5K Run and the 5K Walk. There will be a vendor village, delicious brunch, prizes, music and more!! Registration is only $25 until February 10th. You can sign up as a team and establish your own race website for extended family support and encouragement! (we will send you a follow-up email to set this up) Do the School Yard Dash and Help Bring Academic Enrichment to Our Community Schools! Register/Sponsor/Learn more at www.schoolyarddash.org

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  • IB Exam Fees DUE by April 30

    Please continue to remind all students taking IB Exams in May that their fees are due by April 30th. Students must pay for their exams with Mr. Truong in the Finance Office. The IB exams are considered part of the curriculum. You will not get IB credit for the class if you don't take the test.You are still responsible for payment of tests regardless if you show up to take the test. Only a small percentage of students have paid their fees so far. IB exam fees for 2013-2014 are $108.00 per test, unless you qualify for Free/Reduced lunch. The exam fee if you qualify for Free/Reduced lunch is $5.00 per test (Mandate by CA. Ed. Code). If you completed a lunch application and are on free/reduced lunch you will automatically qualify.

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  • Swim with Mike, Swim-a-thon - May 3

    Please join us for the 4th Annual Swim-With-Mike swim-a-thon and pool party on May 3rd at the UCSD Canyonview Pool to support the Physically Challenged Athlete's Scholarship Fund. Your involvement will help us pave the way for physically challenged athletes to overcome their disabilities and return to school, with tuition and financial assistance for expenses. Read more...

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  • Veterans Museum: May 25-26

    May 24-26, MBHS student art and showcase honoring World War II Veterans. 2115 Park Blvd. Click on link above to view larger poster.

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  • Gualter Moura, Inspirational Teacher of the Month

    Gualter Moura was nominated and selected by the County Office of Education and Channel 7 to be the Inspirational Teacher of the month.

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  • Scholar Athletes

    Congratulations to our Scholar Athletes! The following student athletes were honored by the Union-Tribune. The U-T All-Academic Team of juniors and seniors participated in the winter season of the California Interscholastic Federation sports and maintained a grade point average of 3.0 or higher. Click on link above for the complete list.

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  • Business Students Dive into the "Shark Tank"

    Click on link above for this feature article in Edutopia by our very own David West. "In my Business 100 class, students begin the Shark Tank project by assuming the role of an entrepreneur tasked with devising a proprietary, practical invention that can be a product or service."

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  • MBHS Web Design Class Create an Elementary Educational Game

    CCTE Graphic and Website Design students have created an educational game for Elementary school kids.We are currently producing several more games to help educate younger students. The games are created usingAdobe Flash, so you'll need that. Have fun playing "Explore Your World." Click on link above to go to Link...

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  • Volunteer Opportunity for Students

    Thanks to Education Volunteers, the Helen Woodward Animal Center helps both people and animals by educating children about pet responsibility. The Junior Volunteer program is both fun and hard work. Volunteers must be mature, dependable, be able to follow directions, work independently, and display introductory leadership and teamwork skills. The most successful volunteers are committed, enthusiastic and experienced with children. Volunteers should have some previous experience working with children and a desire to work with Pre K – 5th Grade. Click on link for more information.

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