January Newsletter 2016

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January Newsletter 2016
6500 East 72nd Ave, Commerce City, Colorado, 80022
January 2016
Volume 5
Lester Arnold High School
WELCOME
BACK!
January Students of the Month
Paul Sandos, Principal
Important Dates
Jan. 4— Vertical Articulation Day: No School!
Jan. 5— End of Winter
Break, First Day of
Quarter 3
Jan. 6— Early Release
Jan. 18— MLK Jr. Day,
No School!
Jan. 19—STAR Testing
Jan. 20—STAR Testing
Jan. 21—STAR Testing
Samantha Cruz, junior
Rodrigo Torres-Torres, senior
Born: Por tland, Or egon
Birthday: J anuar y 6th, 1999
College: BYU (Br igham Young Univer sity)
What do you want to study: “I’m not r eally
sure yet.”
Favorite Subject: Histor y
Why: “For me it is easy to under stand it all
and it is interesting.”
Nike or Converse: Nike
Born: Denver , Colorado
Birthday: November 30, 1996
College: CCD and tr ansfer to Metr o or CU
Denver or DU
What do you want to study: Civil Engineer ing “I like building stuff.”
Favorite Subject: Math
Why: “It is what I like to do, I like to solve
problems.”
Nike or Converse: Nike
Feb. 3—Early Release
Feb. 15—No School
Feb. 19—Data Day, No
School
Feb. 26—Parent/Teacher
Conferences
Principal’s Corner
At Lester Arnold High School, we offer multiple pathways to college and career readiness for our graduating seniors. Traditionally, students who take and pass Algebra 2 and/or a higher-level science course such as Chemistry,
Physics, Anatomy/Physiology, and/or Biology stand a good chance to be academically
prepared for the rigors of college. Additionally, within the structure of the school schedule, our students can access courses, which are essentially college-level courses offered
in our building. Finally, students who earn a "B" or better in a concurrent enrollment
course, either through Community Colleges or through another post-secondary institution, have demonstrated college readiness. Our aim is to have all of our graduates meet
this standard in one way or another.
Paul M. Sandos
Proud Principal
Lester Arnold High School
Above: Breanna Flores and Jose Arguello learn about The
Chicano Movement at History Colorado Center on the Honor
Roll field trip.
Above: To the Left: Students during the Honor Roll Field at
Maggiano’s.
Above: Our graduating seniors: Rene Alvarez, Jorge Garcia,
Jovany Armendariz, Dahlia Holguin, and Maria Gonzalez.
To the right: Thalia Mondragon and Principal Sandos.
“A dream is just a dream. A
goal is a dream with a plan
and a deadline.”
Above to the left: Student pose in front of a mural at Community College of Denver on December 14, 2015. To the right:
Students tour the automotive shop at Front Range Community College on December 2, 2015.

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