Posts Tagged ‘Athletics’

Update – November 8, 2016

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Dear San Jacinto College Community,

Last night the Board of Trustees voted unanimously to discontinue four competitive sports programs (men’s basketball, women’s basketball, men’s soccer, and women’s volleyball), effective May 2018. I am attaching the press release and the fact sheet related to this decision.  I ask that you review these documents.

I have been in this community for more than 20 years, and my husband was raised in Pasadena. My volunteer work with the San Jacinto College Foundation began in 1996, and I became an employee of San Jacinto College in 2000.  I am aware of the impact San Jacinto College has had on many individuals.  I have seen first-hand that impact. Read the rest of this entry »

Update – October 31, 2016

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Dear San Jacinto College Employees,

I want to share information with you about an item that will be on next Monday’s Board of Trustees agenda. On Monday, November 7, 2016, the San Jacinto College Board of Trustees will vote on whether or not to discontinue competitive athletic programs in four sports, effective May 2018. The four sports are:

·         Men’s Basketball

·         Women’s Basketball

·         Women’s Volleyball

·         Men’s Soccer

If passed, the College will continue to offer National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Division 1 competitive athletics in baseball and softball. Read the rest of this entry »

Update – November 21, 2011

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Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!

I hope you all are planning great feasts this week with your families.  I hear on the weather forecast that we will have wonderfully cool fall weather for Thanksgiving. After our long hot summer and warm fall, that is truly something to be thankful for! The first Thanksgiving feast lasted three days and served 13 Pilgrims and 90 Native Americans—sounds like plenty of good eating and calories! I hope you can find some time this week to relax, reflect, and enjoy the holiday. Read the rest of this entry »