Fall Rally South was SO amazing!! I AM SO PROUD OF D42E!!!! We made it to the first round during our spirit session FOR THE FIRST TIME IN D42E HISTORY!!! We continue to grow every year!! <3 NARWHAL NATION DOMINATION!!! To all you D10S Turtles, this Narwhal would like to say G- double O-D-J-O-B Good Job! Good Job! You were so spirited an you deserved that spirit stick!!! So many new people and hugs and most of all… SO MUCH KEY CLUB SPIRIT!! I lost my voice to cheering for my narwhals and for Key Club!! I would do anything for Key Club!!! I am so proud to be a part of such an amazing and dedicated organization!!! I cannot wait for next year!!!


Hey Narwhals!
Our club just release our FIRST Key Club newsletter!
Be sure to check it out and see what a fantastic job our editor, Kaila Mattera, did!

You can check it out at www.wix.com/sshskc/narwhals

In the newsletter you will see a recap about Fall Rally, information about the upcoming club events and activities, officer bios, letter from our LTG and the location of our December DCM.

Also find our DCM Event page on Facebook! And if you’re not part of the Divison 42 East Narwhals group, you can always request to be a groupie!

We also want to congratulate our November 2011 Key Club Member of the Month: Paolo Recto
So SSHS Narwhals, work hard and maybe you can be our next Member of the Month!

Keep up the good work Narwhals! And get as many hours this month since it is the season of giving!

Un magazine condamné pour «incitation» au piratage

MEDIAS - La société éditrice de « Téléchargement » a été condamnée à une amende de 10.000 euros… Le téléchargement illégal peut coûter cher, tout comme l'action de le conseiller. Société éditrice du magazine Téléchargement, les Editions de Montreuil ont été condamnées à payer une amende de 10.000 euros pour « incitation » au piratage. « Incitation » au piratage Dans son numéro d'août-septembre 2014, le magazine Téléchargement donnait au lecteur des conseils pour télécharger illégalement sur Internet. Le 17 octobre 2014, la SCPP (Société Civile des Producteurs Phonographiques), qui perçoit et répartit les droits des producteurs pour les ventes et l'utilisation de la musique, avait lancé une procédure judiciaire par citation directe contre l'éditeur. Le 12 juin dernier, le tribunal correctionnel de Nanterre a tranché et condamné les Editions de Montreuil pour « incitation » au piratage. Une « première » selon les avocats Condamnée à une amende de 10.000 euros, assortie de la publication du jugement à leurs frais dans Le Parisien et Le Journal du dimanche, la société éditrice n'a pas fait appel, a indiqué son conseil, Me Frédéric Gras. Selon les avocats des deux parties, cette condamnation constitue une « première ». Une entreprise de presse n'avait encore jamais été condamnée au pénal pour « incitation à l'usage de logiciel manifestement destiné à la mise à disposition non-autorisée d'œuvre protégée », ont indiqué à l'AFP Me Gras pour la défense et Me Nicolas Boespflug pour la partie civile, la SCPP.  

Retrouvez cet article sur 20minutes.fr

Jean-Michel Aphatie débarque sur BFMTV
«Charlie Hebdo»: Il y a «quelque chose d'horriblement comique dans ces deux tueurs» selon Philippe Lançon
VIDEO. Nicolas Sarkozy humoriste? La preuve en images
VIDEO. Black M, le chanteur le plus zappé à la radio
Recevez toute l'actu de 20minutes.fr par email


So Key Clubbers of SoCal, how did you like Fall Rally South 2011?
It was pretty dope, wasn’t it?

REPLY to this post with a picture of your Fall Rally clothing or your favorite FRS 2011 memory!
We want to show Santa Susana High how crazy people get when it comes to Fall Rally/Key Club!

You can also send a picture to our key club editor at sshskceditor@gmail.com !

Thanks CNH BEES!


Cricket: Smith lets his 'bat do the talking' with Kent ton

Australia’s Steven Smith said he wanted to let his bat “do the talking” after the world’s number one ranked Test batsman opened his Ashes tour account with a century against Kent on Friday.

Former England off-spinner Graeme Swann recently questioned how Smith, who has scored five hundreds in his last six Tests, would fare in English conditions.

“I still don’t think he’s got a great technique,” Swann said. “I don’t think he’ll score runs at three if it’s swinging.”

Smith’s response was to make 111 before retiring out as Australia piled up 507 for eight declared in the first innings of their tour opener against county strugglers Kent at the Spitfire St Lawrence ground on Friday’s second day of a scheduled four.

Smith, who starred in Australia’s recent 2-0 Test series win in the Caribbean, told reporters after stumps: “It is nice to get a hundred, but for me the most important thing was to spend some time in the middle, to try to get used to the English conditions which are a bit different to the West Indies and back home.”

As for Swann’s comments, the 26-year-old Smith said: “That does not really bother me. It is pre-Ashes and a little bit of banter.

"I am happy for him to say whatever he likes, and hopefully I can just continue to let my bat do the talking.”

New South Wales all-rounder Smith, who originally made his name as a leg-spinner, represented Kent 2nd XI as a teenager during a 2007 season where he also played for local club side Sevenoaks Vine.

“My mum is from Kent,” said Smith. “I played a little bit of club cricket at Sevenoaks Vine in ‘07, which was really enjoyable and I think it helped my game in the long run as well.”

But he added there was never any question of him being tempted into an international career with England while he was at Kent.

“Not at Kent, no…I played a bit of cricket at Surrey, and I think they might have been trying to get me along (to England) but I think I made a wise decision to play back home,” Smith said.

- 'Serious bowler’ -

At stumps, Kent were 203 for five, with fast bowler Mitchell Johnson – whom Swann has suggested may not even be in Australia’s side come the first Test in Cardiff on July 8 – taking three for 42 in 13 fiery overs.

“I thought he bowled really well,” said Smith of paceman Johnson, who took 37 wickets during Australia’s 5-0 Ashes whitewash of England in 2013/14.

“He showed good pace and aggression, and I think that is what we can expect a lot of during this Ashes series,” added Smith.

Kent, bottom of the Second Division of the County Championship, would have been left in an even weaker position but for former England batsman Rob Key’s innings of 87.

“I enjoyed it, it has been a while,” said the 36-year-old Key, who played the last of his 15 Tests against South Africa in 2005.

“But when you go on a proper wicket against a proper attack, it’s nice to show that I can still go out there and play a few shots,” added Key, who holed out trying to slog leg-spinner Fawad Ahmed.

“For a large part of that I thought, 'there is no way I get paid enough to be facing him (Johnson)’.

"He is a different level. The pace he has, he gets the odd one to swing,” explained Key.

“That bloke is a serious bowler. He can intimidate you but he can also move the ball around a little bit. He’s tough.”





April 7 and 8 - Collin Chamberlain’s Eagle Scout Project (PICK UP FLYER IN THE CCC)
April 14 - Junior Olympics at Royal High

NO MEETING THIS WEEK since we don’t have school!

11-18 Meeting!

Hey SSHS key clubbers, at Fridays meeting we have many things we want to talk about! 

1. Fall Rally! We will be introducing the cheers and give more information about carpool and the rules at Fall Rally! 

2. Holiday Scarves! 

3. Cards for our Kiwanis sponsors! 


Also if you ordered your shirt, you will be receiving it at the meeting! 

There will be more announcements so come to the meeting! 

Goodnight Narwhals! 


Hey Key Clubbers!

Welcome to the Santa Susana High Key Club  tumblr page! 

Club members will get information about SSHS Key Club events, division events, and CNH Events.