Senior Spaghetti Night

Come to Senior Spaghetti Night in the MPR Wednesday from 6 PM-8:30 PM!

Live performances by your friends so come support them!

$5 for tons of food!!! And $1 seconds if you could possibly eat more.

All grades are welcome!

6:30: Unstrumental
6:45: Milton and Jonah
7:00: Jasmine Bautista (2 songs)
7:15: Nick Petok and Gavin Gotlich
7:30: Lily Ardalan and Rose Hatter
7:45: Zach Cohan
8:00: Hanah Gersh, Grace Papish, and Ilana Degan (2 songs)
8:15: Camden Garcia
8:30: Ethan ArdalanSenior Spaghetti Night

ASB Commissioners 2015-2016

On behalf of the Executive Board, the ASB Advisors, and the Administration, I just want to sincerely thank you all so much for your interest in the ASB class. Each and every candidate that interviewed was extremely impressive with so much potential, which made choosing the class extremely difficult. The Administration had a very hard time deciding based on the pure talent we received, but were very pleased overall. If you did not make the class, please do not be discouraged and please, please try again in the coming years. Please stay on the look out for other ways to get involved next year! Also, we hope that you will all stay in contact with us throughout the year, continuing to give us your feedback, comments, and concerns. Thank you all so much again and I’m looking forward to a wonderful next school year.
All the best,


ASB Commissioners15-16


Hello Calabasas families! This holiday season our school has sponsored two families for the Adopt-A-Family program through LA Department of Public Social Services. Please help give to families who can not afford gifts, and even necessities. Bring in new clothes, unwrapped gifts or donations, checks can be written out to cash and donations will be used to purchase items for the families. Bring in items and donations to students’ homeroom (4th period class) by the 19th. Thank you for making a difference this holiday season.

The 18th Annual LA Cancer Challenge 5K/10K Walk/Run and Kids Can Cure Fun Run

When: October 25th, 2015

Where: Warner Center Park

What I will be doing: Volunteers can sponsor a water station in costumes, have their band come rock out on the course or bring their dance moves to the start line! It’s a wonderful way to come together as an organization and fight for a great cause.

Contact Info: Contact Nathaly Guevara at or Allison Miller ​at amiller@pancreatic.or

Food Forward

When: Check out the Food Forward Events Calendar to see the scheduled events. Most events take place on Saturdays and Sundays and last for roughly two hours.

Where: Various locations. See the upper-hand margin on the Events Calendar to find an opportunity nearby!

What will I be doing: Food Forward events range from picking fruit (Oranges, Grapefruit, Tangelos, ect.) on private estates to packaging and delivering fresh produce to families in need. Click on an event on the Events Calender for specific information.

You must be older than 16 to volunteer alone. If you are younger than 16, you cannot volunteer without a parent/guardian.
As Food Forward events are VERY POPULAR, most upcoming volunteer opportunities are booked. Make sure to plan a date a week or two in advance (and perhaps bring some friends along with you)!

Contact info: Go to to sign up.


Heal the Bay

When: Typically during the weekends. See the link for the Event Calendar.
Where: Various locations, mostly along the beach.

What will I be doing: Heal the Bay is an organization that advocates the conservation of the beaches and coastal marine habitats. Heal the Bay runs a variety of volunteer events. You will find that beach restorations and beach cleanups are the easiest to sign-up for and participate in. Linked below is a calendar of upcoming opportunities. WARNING: Make sure that you have a supervisor to sign-off on your hours or they won’t be accepted!

Heal the Bay Volunteer Calendar (Look for beach clean-ups and restorations!!!)

Contact info: Sign up for events on the Heal the Bay website in the link above

Tree People Events

Tree People hosts service events every weekend, sometimes holding multiple events on the same day. Activities range from tree planting, mapping, or care to habitat restoration or community education events. You must create an account on their website to register for each event you plan on attending. Use the link below to access their calendar and register for events.

Mountain Restoration Trust

When: Restoration events are held EVERY WEEKEND! See the link for the Event Calendar.

Where: Various locations around the Santa Monica Mountains (The mountain range between Agoura, Malibu, and Santa Monica).

What will I be doing: You will be participating in a variety of restoration activities. You will plant native plants and trees, water newly planted ones, and remove non-native weeds. As Mountain Restoration puts it, “Oak acorns, shrubs, penstemons, roses and bunch grasses that feed and shelter wildlife are awaiting your help!”

***Note that spots are limited! You need to sign-up online beforehand to participate. Even though events aren’t always fully booked, it is recommended that you sign-up a few days beforehand. Sign-up HERE.

Service Learning Google Classroom

Service Learning Logs will be submitted this year using google classroom. Please sign up for the appropriate google classroom using the ids as follows:

Graduating Class of 2016: fy2x7e4
Graduating Class of 2017: ymagczi
Graduating Class of 2018: ya0cmb6
Graduating Class of 2019: 7qkaxxi

Please upload your log into the file which corresponds to the month in which you are uploading the log. All logs will be input into Aeries at the beginning of the following month.