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H&M Teachers

Andersen, Kingsley
Teacher
Anderson, Eric
Teacher
Brown, Kai
Teacher
Bruner, Sterling
Assistant Principal
Clark, Debbie
Science Teacher
Conway, Mary
Counselor-10th grade
Delucchi, Joe
Teacher
Ellis, Regina
Counselor-10th Grade
Fischer Fritzen, Jessica
Teacher
Gandhari, Aparna
9th Grade Counselor
Grangoff, William
Teacher
Gray, James
Principal
Grevious, Deidre
Teacher
Ironside, Dean
Teacher
Johnson, Samantha
Teacher
Jorgensen, Jeff
Teacher
Mandel, Selina
Teacher
Park, Krystal
Teacher
Peters, Kaedan
Teacher
Pinkney, Donna
Sys Admin
Rodgers, India
Teacher
Sangameswara, Samved
Teacher
Schooler, Lisa
Staff
Vaughn, Jessica
Teacher

Academy of Health and Medicine Locker

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Chill Zone open Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday- Need a place to finish homework, use laptops or Chrome books, get assistance with classes or meet other H&M students? Come hangout at H-1!

Hours:

Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 3:30-5:00

Location:  H-1

 

Wednesdays homework location is in the library- 2:00 pm-4:00 pm

 

Chill Zone after school

Chill Zone after school

Community Service / Volunteer Hours Record sheet

If you are in need of a community service/volunteer service record sheet, you can find the document in the 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th grade folders in the "locker."  Any additional questions regarding community service, contact Ms. Mandel via email or swing by room S-1.

The Academy of Health and Medicine

The Academy of Health and Medicine

Mission Statement:

To provide our students and their families with the highest quality education, while creating a standard of excellence and providing a culture that supports students in developing their skills and talents.

Academy of Health and Medicine:

The Academy of Health and Medicine (H&M) is an academy designed for students who want to pursue a career in the health field. The program incorporates academics as well as practical training and health career exposure. Students will be offered classes and participate in specific field studies in order to develop their interests in the health and medical fields.

The program operates on the Arroyo High School campus. Academy of Health and Medicine Curriculum Students enrolled in the program fulfill all the requirements of a high school diploma as well as college prep curriculum. English, math, social studies and lab components have been modified to provide a relevant application to the medical and health care professions. The core curriculum is rigorous and challenging. Students learn all the components of health and how they relate to various health and medical occupations, as well as learn the basic principles and terminology of the fields and build their technical skills through work-related projects. Built into the curriculum are career and college motivation components: visits to medical/health care sites and colleges, and presentations by professionals within the community. Summer internships and job shadows for many of our students are a goal of the program, as well as assistance in job placement after graduation and/or movement into a higher education. 

Goals of the Academy:

  • To provide students with a program relevant to today’s medical and health needs and prepare students for post-secondary education. 
  • To provide vocational experiences in hospitals and health care fields to meet employment needs of the local community.
  • To provide alternatives to traditional curriculum for students who might be having difficulties choosing a career path.
  • To encourage a partnership between the private sector and the educational community.
  • To strengthen the self-confidence of the students and increase their leadership skills.

PBS volunteers in Kaiser Disaster Preparedness Drill!

Kaiser drill was held on Thursday, November 17th at Kaiser San Leandro and Kaiser Fremont.  PBS students helped "role play" as victims for EMS.



 

Boosters membership

You can turn in your H&M Booster's membership any time this year to Ms. Mandel in S-1.

If you need a form, come by S-1 or download the form from the locker and print.

 

Chill Zone Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:30-5

Chill Zone Mondays- Thursdays from 3:30-5

Kaiser Volunteer opportunities

Hospital Elder Life Program- Sutter Health- Volunteer to help the elderly!

Check out Ms. Vaughn's 10th grade classes book reviews on Instagram!

Find the reviews on Instagram at AHS.BOOKREVIEW

https://www.instagram.com/ahs.bookreview/

Human Body Systems- love those manikins!


 

KP Launch summer program- 2017

Interested in an internship opportunity at Kaiser?   Go to provided link for all info on the Kaiser web page OR you can find the info flyer and application form in the "locker" on the H&M web page on SL.

Questions?  Come by S-1!

 

https://share.kaiserpermanente.org/article/ncal-launch/#highschool

 

Application deadline for San Leandro Kaiser:

Friday, March 11 

 

Application deadline for Oakland Kaiser

Monday, March 6

Volunteer at the Marine Mammal Center

Looking for volunteer opportunities working with marine life?

The Marine Mammal Center might be for you!

Check out info on link provided.

 

http://www.marinemammalcenter.org/Get-Involved/volunteer/volunteer-sausalito.html

Scholarship and College helpful websites for H&M seniors!

Check out the attached websites for help with picking a college best for you, scholarship info, etc.

If you have any questions, you're welcome to stop by S-1 or go to the college and career center to make an appointment!

 

https://www.collegegreenlight.com/

 

https://www.wishbone.org/

 

*also, be sure you have your FSA ID before you begin the process of the FAFSA!

 

iCLEM summer internship opportunity!!

Program Highlights for Summer 2017:

  • Receive a stipend of $2000 paid over the eight-week program from June 19 to August 11, 2017.
  • Complete a hands-on, real-world research project in a state-of-the-art laboratory mentored by JBEI researchers and UC undergrads.
  • Learn fundamental concepts in microbiology, molecular biology, biochemistry, biofuels, and synthetic biology.
  • Prepare for the college admission process – write and revise a personal statement and learn about admissions requirements and financial aid.
  • Explore careers through discussions with STEM professionals and visits to local biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies.
  • Gain skills and confidence in communicating scientific research.

Online application for the program will be open between January 13 and March 12, 2017.

 

To be eligible for iCLEM, you must meet all the following requirements:

(1) be 15 years old by December 31, 2016;

(2) be currently enrolled as a sophomore or junior at a high school in Alameda, Contra Costa, or San Francisco county;

(3) be a US citizen or permanent resident;

(4) have a GPA of at least 2.5 and passed Algebra 1 and Biology;

(5) have an annual household income of $70,000 or less;

(6) commit to being present for all 8 weeks of the program, from June 19 to August 11, 2017.

 

This summer's iCLEM program is running from June 23 to August 6

 

To learn more and apply online go to:

https://www.jbei.org/education/research-experiences/iclem-program/

H&M upcoming events

1.  Chabot Health Career Day- PBS only- April 7th

2.  Monterey Bay Aquarium- H&M biology classes- April 24th and 25th

3.  Garfield Innovation Center-Wednesday, 5/3- PBS

4.  CPR and First Aid training- PBS and H&M seniors who took ATM and want to renew before they graduate- 5/6, 5/13, 5/20 from 9am -5pm

H&M polo shirts

When you go on field trips that are H&M related, you will need to wear the H&M polo. If you need to purchase one, go to S-1.

T-shirt and Sweatshirt Design 2015- located in the locker

Teen Advocates for Science Communication- great summer opportunity at the California Academy of Sciences in Golden Gate Park!!

https://www.calacademy.org/teen-advocates-for-science-communication-tasc

 

**note:  Careers in Science program only for SF residents

News

1/18/17

girls who Code

 

Tech is where the jobs are and where they’re going to be. Get your start in tech with Girls Who Code’s FREE Summer Immersion Program! Applications are open now!

 

Learn computer science through real-world projects in art and storytelling, robotics, video games, web sites, apps and more!

 

Spend your summer at the hottest tech companies in the world! Plus, connect with female engineers in the field. 

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9/8/15
 

SAT Subject Test recommendations updated

 

Recommended SAT Subject Tests for fall 2016 applicants have been updated. please follow the link.

 

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H&M t-shirts and sweatshirts- AVAILABLE

More t-shirts and sweatshirts have been ordered and are now available for purchase through H&M Boosters.  Swing by S-1 if interested.

Sweatshirts are a hoodie- navy blue with white lettering

T-shirts are white with navy blue lettering

t-shirts are $7 with boosters/ $10 without boosters

sweatshirts are $23 with boosters/ $28 without boosters

 

 

Upcoming H&M Events

1.  UCSC college visit- H&M juniors- March 1st

2.  UCSF Orthopaedic Institute- tentatively scheduled- HBS only- April 3rd

3.  Chabot Health Career Day- PBS only- April 7th

4.  Monterey Bay Aquarium- H&M biology classes- April 24th and 25th

5.  CPR and First Aid training- PBS and H&M seniors who took ATM and want to renew before they graduate- 5/6, 5/13, 5/20 from 9am -5pm

 

Volunteer opportunity on February 25th- Northern California Braille Challenge

This year, the LightHouse will be hosts for The Northern California Braille Challenge, which takes place on Saturday the 25th from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm. There are currently 5 spaces available to choose from (four 8:30 am – 12noon slots, one 1:00 – 5:30 slot) and anyone interested is welcome to participate by volunteering. Volunteers will act as human guides (training can be arranged on an in-between date on your school campus), score runners (sighted volunteers needed), score identifiers (sighted volunteers needed), set-up, and general event support assistance.

See attached link for event details.

http://lighthouse-sf.org/blog/lighthouse-will-host-the-2017-braille-challenge-for-northern-california/

 

If you are interested, please contact Ms. Mandel in S-1 or email at smandel@slzusd.org

 

AGU Conference Presenter: Naomi DeLaTorre!

Naomi participated in the Stanford Earth Young Investigators program at Stanford University this summer and she was one of three participants asked to present her work at the American Geophysical Union held at the Moscone Center on Thursday, December 15th!  AGU is a national meeting having to do with all things planetary sciences. It is a big meeting and thousands of scientists attend it every year!  

Congratulations, Naomi!  Great work!