WESTWEEK 2008

IN THIS EDITION

WEEK AT A GLANCE

CONSTRUCTION UPDATES

ATHLETIC SCHEDULE

08 SCHOLARSHIP BOOK

IMPORTANT DATES

 

 

 

SATURDAY

| March 8

Men's Baseball vs College of the Canyons    |  1:00 pm  |  Cayons

MEETINGS:  7:00 & 12:00 Personnel Commission Testing - FA100

MONDAY

| March 10

Reminder: Scholarship Book Now Online

 

Click for new routes due to construction

MEETINGS: 9:00a VPs - PCR; 1:00p Tech Review Cmte - PCR;

 

TUESDAY

| March 11

Dorsey High Day - High School Student On Campus

 

Men's Baseball vs Bakersfield    |  2:30 pm  |  WLAC

MEETINGS: 12:30 Academic Senate - Winlock;  1:00p Degree Works - PCR;  4:30 ACT Faculty Mtg - ATA 116

 

WEDNESDAY

| March 12

 

MEETINGS: 8:00a LAUSD Principals Conference - ATA 128, HLRC 4th Fl & FA100;  12:30p Staff Dev Cmt - Winlock;  2:00 Distance Learning Cmte - PCR;  3:30p Education Policies & Std Cmte;  10:00a Counseling Div Mtg ATA 116;  4:00 UCLA Research Grp - ATA 116 

 

THURSDAY

| March 13

 

Paralegal Program Info Session | ATA 116 | 6:00pm

Men's Baseball vs Bakersfield    |  3:00 pm  | Bakersfield

The Student Mental Health will be closed today.

Call (310) 562-2035 for information or to make appointments.

 

MEETINGS: 9:00a FTES Project Rpt Mtg - PCR;  1:00p Title V SLOs - B6 Training; 1:00p Language Arts Div Mtg - Winlock;  2:00p Program Review Cmte - PCR;  3:00p Bldg Mngt Prog - Winlock;  4:00 UCLA Research Grp - ATA 116 

 

FRIDAY

| March 14

 

Dorsey High School Track Meet | 2:00p  | Track

 

MEETINGS: 4:00 UCLA Research Grp - FA 202E, ATA 116

 

SATURDAY

| March 15

Men's Baseball vs Pierce    |  2:30 pm  | Pierce

MEETINGS: 8:00a  LAUSD Dist 1 Brd Member Marguerite LaMotte

Mar. 18:  ACT Information Session | ATA 116 | 6:00pm

Mar. 21:  Field Trip to CSULB & Guided Tour - contact TRIO Bldg A-4

 

 

Features

 

New Coach

Stationery

Film Festival

Scholarship & Essay Contest Opportunities

Athletic Photos

Honors Program

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Editor's Note

Information found under the “Meetings” heading are taken from the online Meeting Reservation Management (MRM) system. Please do update your room reservations when changes occur or the information may appear incorrectly in this publication.

 

FOR INCLUSION IN THIS PUBLICATION, EMAIL:

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features

ESSAY CONTEST & SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

 

Rosa Parks Essay Contest:     Due April 25        Prize: $75, $150, $250   click for more info

CA Chicano News Media Association Scholarship:  page 1  page 2  page 3

 

Scholarship Guide Book  click for more info

08 WLAC SCHOLARSHIP BOOK  click for more info

 

NEWS FROM CEMA

Backlot Film Festival, which supports the West film program and provides opportunities to our students, come to the Veterans Memorial Auditorium April 2 - 5. Visit www.backlotfilmfestival.com

Theater 233 is now in rehearsing the Pulitzer winning play "Glengarry Glen Ross." Performances are scheduled for late May and are free to WLAC students. 

 

THE HONORS PROGRAM

The new honors contract has been printed and is ready for distribution. Please notify us in the Transfer Honors Office as to how many you need for this semester .Email us at Transferhonors@wlac.edu

 

STATIONERY, LOGO & AD UPDATES

Visit the WLAC Advertising/PR page to:

  • Order stationery, business cards, etc directly from Macson Printing.

  • Access letterhead and other templates which you may use on your desk printer.

  • Get an updated logo.

  • View the Spring II ad campaign

 

HELPING HANDS

West's MS Walk Team thanks all who came to their recent fund raiser.
 
WEST WELCOMES NEW HEAD FOOTBALL COACH

 

West Los Angeles College is pleased to announce that they have hired a new Head Football Coach to begin immediately. Mr. Marguet Miller comes to WLAC from Pasadena City College where he was a successful Offensive Coordinator. The 2007 PCC offense led the nation in total yards per game and broke the Mission Conference record for total offense. In the 20 games that Coach Miller was the Offensive Coordinator Pasadena averaged 35 points per game and their quarterback led the state in passing for two consecutive years and was the nation’s leader in 2007.  CLICK FOR MORE

SCENES FROM BASEBALL IS BACK CELEBRATION - Mar 1                               

 

 

SCENES FROM THE LADIES 07-08 SEASON

Photos courtesy of

Scott Mitchell