Bolsa will be on special schedule from May 15th through June 2nd. Please see attached for daily schedule.
You can receive or remove text messages directly to your mobile phone by including your cell phone number in your Online Registration. Please see attached for more information.
On March 28th, Parents attended a meeting to sign up students for Summer School this year. Summer School is by invitation only. If you were invited to this meeting, please stop by the Bolsa office ASAP to sign your student's Summer School Application. See attached for more information.
We would like to congratulate all of our STEM members who participated in the MESA competition last Saturday at UC Irvine. Among the various awards were the prosthetic arm team for the first time finishing in 3rd place, the wright turn glider team finishing in first place, and 11th grade members who swept the solo math competition. In addition, the two senior math and speech teams finished 1st and 2nd place along with various awards in Egg Express, Civil Structures, Balsawood Airplane, and Solo Math competitions. Join us to congratulate them and wish them luck at their next event on April 1st at San Diego State University.
Bolsa's very own, Joshua Rodriguez, Maria Dominguez and Jacqueline Cueva were chosen to represent Boys and Girls Club of Garden Grove, at the National Keystone Conference in Chicago, March 2-4. They will join 2500 other Keystone, Boys and Girls Club members from around the world.
Distracted driving is increasingly becoming a national epidemic taking away the lives of many. This mainly affects teenagers and young adults, perceived as “reckless” drivers compared to those of older age. Young drivers can easily become distracted by loud music, talking to passengers in the car, and most frequently, texting and talking on the phone. Trying to divide attention to two or more events, like driving and texting, will result in poor judgement on the road and ultimately life threatening accidents. It’s estimated that drivers under the age of twenty have the highest proportion of distraction-related fatal crashes. On average, drivers will take five seconds to take their eyes off the road to text, and when driving at 55 miles per hour, five seconds is enough to cover a football field. Because of this, 200,000 crashes a year are due to texting and 1.4 million crashes are due to phone calls.