February 15, 2017 - Monday, 2/20 is a holiday in observance of George Washington.

Café:  New Item:   Kale soup will be served Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Wednesday – Asian Bar-Mandarin Orange chicken, teriyaki chicken, or teriyaki beef dunkers with w/g Chow Mein or Brown rice.  Meatball & cheese sandwich, beef BBQ rib on w/g Hoagie or turkey corn dog.  BBQ Grill specials:  Grilled chicken burger or grilled veggie burger or Louisiana Hot Link – all served with baked chips.  Served Daily: Vegetarian plate, hamburger/cheese burger, pizza, sandwiches and lavash wrap.   Come to the lunch lines, Window 3 from 7:30 AM – 7:55 AM for early breakfast and/or if you have questions about your account.

Patriotic Quote:   “America was not built on fear. America was built on courage, on imagination and an unbeatable determination to do the job at hand.”   ~Harry S. Truman 

We are SO PROUD of every student who participated in our school's first ever entry into SkillsUSA. Please congratulate them!  GREAT JOB…WAY TO GO!

Automated Manufacturing Technology (3-person team contest)

1st Place Gold Medal - Jonna Price, Anthony Karroum, Jasmine Mirbasoo

2nd Place Silver Medal - Claire Garcia, Michael Matar, Samuel Thompson

3rd Place Bronze Medal -  Alexander Luke, Lousaper Boghosian, Nanor Asadourian

Computer Numerically Controlled (CNC) Milling (individual contest)

1st Place Gold Medal - David Lopez 

2nd Place Silver Medal - Nicholas Matar

3rd Place Bronze Medal - John Junio

I should note that our first and second place students scored higher than the college student competing in this contest!

Also qualifying for the state contest in CNC Milling:

Jakub Nogalski

Eden Morris

Lia Gharabeg

Christopher Ruano

Arpa Zarokian

Steven Lopez

Advertising Design (individual contest)

5th place out of 28 contestants, and qualifying for the state contest - Christian De La Cruz

Scoring within the top half of contestants: Raemil Giron, Mike Tongson

Digital Cinema Production (2-person team contest)

Ani Sarkisyan, Trinity Sneed

Enrique Vazquez, Samuel Witt

“Let’s Party like Gatsby!” ~WINTER FORMAL IS JUST AROUND THE CORNER~   ASB will be selling tickets at the bottom of the amphitheater during lunch beginning today through this Friday, 2/17 - for $20 with ASB and $25 w/out.  Prices will increase by $5 next weekso buy your tickets at the lowest price

BLOOD DRIVE - You can save a life TODAY right here in our Auditeria.  In fact, you can save three lives by donating your blood to the American Red Cross! You would be giving the ultimate Valentine gift!   Parents and community members are welcome.  Have them contact Mr. Blattner.

The Automobile Club of Southern California is hosting a workshop for pre driving permit students (ages 14-15) and parents on being prepared before taking the wheel!  The event is being held at Glendale Adventist Medical Center TONIGHT, 2/15 6:00 PM!!  Main Auditorium, 1509 Wilson Terrace, Glendale  91206.


Grand Canyon University will be on campus TOMORROW, 2/16/17 during enrichment.  Come sign up with Mrs. Bondy – passes will be given out on 2/16 during snack and lunch.  All students welcome – especially juniors.  Come ask questions about the admission process, majors, financial aid and much more.  Visit their website: www.gcu.edu.

Get patriotic this president’s day and come celebrate with us at Everest Burgers (241 n. Central Ave. Glendale, CA 91203) on Monday, 2/20 (no school) from 3pm to midnight! Come support the junior class. Hope to see you there.  Thank you for your support!

Earn Community Service Hours-KARG Torossian is running for City Council and needs your help! Volunteers and Interns needed now and through March 7, 2017. No experience necessary – walk ins welcome or contact the volunteer office at   (818) 450-7036 or email karo4council@gmail.comOffice located at 7577 Foothill Blvd. Tujunga CA 91042. Open 7 days a week 10am-9pm. Food and refreshments provided.  Weekly drawings – win gift cards, movie tickets and more!


GCC FIELD TRIP – ECAP – EARLY COLLEGE ACCEPTANCE PROGRAM for seniors who will be attending GCC after graduation.  You will be able to complete your English Placement Test, meet GCC counselors, tour the campus, meet current GCC students and be eligible for priority registration.  Space is limited – sign up with Mrs. Bondy TODAYYou will be required to attend an application workshop here at Clark on Wednesday, 2/22/17 during lunch and/or after your last class.  Field trip date is Thursday, March 2, 2017.


This Friday, 2/17 is the deadline for Publications class applications to be turned in to Mr. Davis in room 1329. Once you turn in the application, you will be contacted for a writing sample and an interview. Applications are available in room 1329 and at www.clarkmagnet.net/yearbook.


KATS CLUB  - will not be meeting today due to our Wilson Presentation.


Club Meetings Today – get your passes ahead of time

Book Club Meeting at lunch in Mrs. McGrath’s room 1325. 

Bike Teamenrichment - Mrs. Pettegrew’s room, 1318

Chess Club-enrichment-Kassakhian’s room 4207

Auto Club -  enrichment - Mr. Zamlich’s room, 1237. Get passes from Varuzh or Chris at the top of the amphitheater during snack or lunch.

There will be another price increase after THIS Friday, 2/17/17… order yours TODAYYearbooks - $75 w/ ASB card and $80w/outYou can still Pre-order your yearbook! $5 for yearbook personalization.  Checks only, payable to Clark Magnet H.S. Come to Room 1329 at snack only, or pay online at www.clarkmagnet.net/yearbook.

TIME HAS RUN OUT – ATTENTION ALL JUNIORS…Summer Program for all Juniors at USC from July 16 –August 5, 2017.  The Bovard Scholars – a new pilot program - designed to reach high-achieving juniors with financial need gain admission to and succeed at top Universities!  Visit:  bovardscholars.usc.edu for all the benefits, requirements, and deadlines.  Come see the poster in the main officeApplication deadline is  THIS FRIDAY, 2/17/17.

~CLARK’S PTSA FOUNDERS DAY~ Students and Parents – “You are invited!”  Thursday, 2/23/17 6:30 PM – Clark’s Auditeria – Reflections Reception and Awards; Honorary Service Awards and more.  Hors d’oeuvres and desserts will be served.

COLLEGE LEVEL REAL-WORLD PROGRAMMING PROBLEMS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE:  The annual Cal State LA Programming Challenge will offer high school and community college students an opportunity to solve college-level and real-world programming problems by applying the principles of computer science. We believe today's high school and college students have great potential, and we hope this experience will help them in their future studies of computer science and software engineering. Admission is free, and lunch will be provided to all participants. ProgFest 2017 will take place on Saturday, February 25, 2017 from 8:15 AM to 3:00 PM at  Cal State LA, Engineering, Computer Science and Technology Building - King Hall Lecture Hall 2, 5151 State University Drive, LA  90032-4226-NOTE: Park in Lot 5. You must register for ProgFest at http://progfest.calstatela.edu/For more information, contact Department of CS (323) 343-6690


77th Annual Arts Competition sponsored by the Armenian Allied Arts Association (AAAA) – Applications are due by 2/28/17 Fee to apply is $20 and all applicants must be of Armenian descent.  Come see Mrs. Bondy during snack and lunch for the award categories and prize amounts, application, ages, types of art that can be entered, etc.  Visit armenianalliedarts.org to download the application and for more information.

Got talent? Come and join the Clark Magnet Talent Show on March 17. Submit applications on the school website under the student activities in ASB. Deadline for applications is on March 1st.

All males 17-18 years of age:  Under federal law, virtually all men must register with Selective Service within 30 days of their 18th birthday.  However, the Selective Service System now accepts early submission of registration information by 17-year-old men.  The Agency holds their registration information and automatically enters their data into the system when they turn 18.  If you don’t register, you will not qualify for federal financial aid (FAFSA), Cal-Grants, job training, or State/Federal jobs.  Go on-line @ www.sss.gov.


La Crescenta Woman's Club is offering a scholarship for  $1,000 for Senior Boys and Girls:  Criteria:  2.0 GPA or above, US Citizen, demonstrate financial need, proof of college acceptance, live in the Glendale Unified School District area (not all of La Canada is eligible). No recommendation required.  Come see Mrs. Bondy today for all requirements and application.  Visit www.lacrescentawomansclub.org for more information.  Complete applications must be TURNED IN TO MRS. BONDY BY 2/21/17- DO NOT WAIT UNTIL THE LAST MINUTE! 

Discover® Student Loans is giving away $100,000 in scholarships for seniors. Students can get tips and resources on paying for college and enter for a chance to win a $2,500 scholarship award. No purchase or student loan necessary. Enter now at CollegeCovered.com/AssistTODAY AND NO LATER THAN February 28, 2017. 

Lincoln Elementary Scholarship is here.  See Mrs. Bondy TODAY for the application!  Check our website for all the current scholarship opportunities, do your own searches as well.  There are also scholarships listed in this bulletin – see below!  Application due 3/17/17.   

FINANCIAL AID FOR ALL SENIORS – You should have completed and submitted your FAFSA-Free Application Federal Student Aid.  Visit fafsa.gov TODAY to complete this process.  You will NOT be awarded any scholarship or college funds until this is completed and submitted.  Be sure to select 2017-18 for your college year.