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Upcoming Events

Professional Development Day - Teachers Back
Date: 8/10/2020
Location: LACOE - Virtual Training
Teachers Prep Day
Date: 8/11/2020
Staff Appreciation Luncheon
Date: 8/11/2020, 11:35 AM 12:30 PM
First Day of School - Minimum Day (Students Only)
Date: 8/12/2020, 9 AM 11:30 AM
Minimum Day (Student / Parents)
Date: 8/13/2020, 9 AM 11:30 AM

News & Announcements

2020-2021 San Marino High School Academic Honesty Policy

At San Marino High School we promote character and high ethical standards. We expect all students to create work that is entirely their own. A student who cheats or plagiarizes is in violation of this Academic Honesty Policy and is subject to the procedures and consequences detailed within the policy.

Smoking and COVID-19, May 26th at 5:00 pm

Titan Parents, The Wellness Center has partnered with the Asian Pacific Islander Forward Movement to offer an informative presentation on COVID-19 including Coronavirus statistics to date and the correlation between smoking and COVID-19 infections. They will also discuss their work with the community of San Marino.
The presenters are:
Nola Rodriguez, Project Specialist and Clarissa Choy, Community Engagement Coordinator
This program is funded by the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health and is the first in a series of presentations. There will soon be corresponding sessions offered for students and educators.
The presentation will take place on May 26th at 5:00 pm, please see the attached flyer for the Zoom meeting information. We hope you can join in! Here is the Zoom meeting information ID: 880 0791 4800, Password: 093419. Please click on the icon.

San Marino High School Needs You!

Our San Marino Schools Foundation is currently running its "We Are San Marino" donation drive campaign to help us save 20 vital teacher and counselor positions by May 12, 2020.

Time is of the essence. Please help us help our students maintain access to important programs and services that will ensure they become the leaders our world needs.

The link above is a message from our Superintendent Dr. Jeff Wilson that provides additional details on why we need your support and why we need it now.

SMHS 2020-2021 Link Crew Leader Application is now available!

Do you want to make a difference on our campus and in the lives of others? We are looking for an enthusiastic diverse group of rising Junior and Senior Link Crew Leaders for next year. Link Crew is a program to help our incoming Titans ease into high school by providing a warm welcome! To learn more or apply, please see the application form, click on icon for application. The deadline is April 13th at 3:00pm.

2020-2021 ASB Applications

If you love San Marino and are interested in event planning, organization, team management, and making the next school year the best by representing your student body, then ASB 2020-2021 is for you!

Case Studies Night - March 5, 2020

Attention Juniors and Sophomores! Want more insight and understanding as to what is valued in a college application? College representatives will lead you and your parents through a mock admissions committee. The case study program will conclude with mini college fair. RSVP Online by February 27th, please click on icon to RSVP.

San Marino High School Academic Honesty Policy

At San Marino High School we promote character and high ethical standards. We expect all students to create work that is entirely their own. A student who cheats or plagiarizes is in violation of this Academic Honesty Policy and is subject to the procedures and consequences detailed within the policy.

Anonymous Tip Line

There is an anonymous tip line available to report crime, suspicious activity, concern for other students, or bullying. The phone number for reporting incidents is
1-800-782-7463. Click on the Headline to go to the WeTip website.

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