Attention all boys interested in playing volleyball! There is a meeting at lunch on Monday, January 26th in the lobby of the gym.
Come to the Chocolate House next Thursday morning! You can pick up a pre-order form and turn it in to the office by Tuesday, January 27th. Guarantee a hot chocolate exactly how you want it.
If you are 16 years or older and want to save lives, then go to the front of the library to sign up to donate blood this week during lunch on Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday.
Badminton conditioning will be held this week on Wednesday, January 21st and Friday, January 23rd from 2:45-4:00pm in the backfield near the bleachers.
CSF: California Scholarship Federation Applications and dues for Spring 2015 are due on Thursday, January 29th. Applications are on School Loop. You may turn the application and dues in during lunch and right after school on Wednesday, January 28th or Thursday, January 29th in Room 22.
Drama Fest: Friday, January 23rd at 7:30pm at Leigh High School PAC - 5210 Leigh Ave, San Jose, CA 95124. At the door $10 Adult and $8 with ASB, under 12 and seniors. Advance tickets: see Leigh High School website.
Senior Baby Ads! Yearbook Senior Baby Ads are a wonderful way for parents, families, and friends to commemorate their Prospect senior's high school memories. Using photographs and messages, you can create a special memento in this year's yearbook--a permanent gift that your child will treasure. All ads will be created by parents online, giving you complete creative control over the way your Baby Ad looks in the yearbook. You can upload your photos, select your layout, add your text, and design your ad. Go to the Baby Ad website and enter code 12100 for further instructions and to get started. Please note that when you purchase a Baby Ad, you will be paying before you create the ad.
All Ads are Full Color. 1/4 page = $85, 1/2 page = $170, full page = $325. The deadline to buy, create, AND submit your ad is Friday, February 27th, 2015, but space is limited, so purchase yours today to be sure to get a spot. Questions? ONLINE AD HELP Technical Support 877-362-7750
AP sign-ups are starting Monday, February 23rd in the Activities Office. Each test costs $91. You can pay online by going to the Student Store or by check payable to Prospect High School and bring the check to the Activities Office. The students who are on free or reduced lunch and those who need financial assistance should come and see the Vice Principal, Mr. Rose, in the main office. The deadline to pay for all AP tests is Monday, March 16th at 3:00pm.
PSAT Results are in! Stop by the activities office during break and lunch to pick up your results. Questions? See Ms. Keh in the guidance office.
Applebee's Pancake Breakfast! Grad Night 2015 Fundraiser! Please mark your calendars! Enjoy a short stack for a tall cause at our Applebee's Flapjack Fundraiser breakfast. You're invited to join us on Saturday, January 31st from 8:00am-9:45am at Applebee's, 555 Saratoga Ave., San Jose (Saratoga Ave at Hwy 280). Presale tickets are only $5 and are available in the Quad on Wednesdays during lunch (in front of the Attendance Office). Or, you may contact Rosemary Frieden at (408) 813-0325. Enjoy a short stack, support Grad Night 2015 and be served by your fellow students!
Speech and Debate meets every Friday after school in room 27. Hope to see you there.
Latina Mentor Club meeting every Wednesday during study hall.
Need Help with Math? If you're having trouble in math and would like help from a fellow student, come to room 41 at study hall Mondays-Thursdays. The peer mentoring group has student tutors available.
Do you wish that you were better at public speaking? Do you want to gain confidence and improve your persuasion skills? Then come check out Speech and Debate! We meet every Friday after school in Room 27. We hope to see you there.
Robotics Meeting every Wednesday after school in room 37.
New ID Cards: Lost your ID card? Never got your ASB sticker on your card? Come to the activities office to get your card reprinted.
Center is open in the library from 2:30 - 3:30 Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
you one of those?
You know the kind, you have a few minutes and you can't wait to open up your
current favorite book and read!!!! On Fridays, Mr. Salinas is hosting his
Reading Study Hall. Everyone with a book is welcome to room 41.
Senior Education Award Applications from the PTSA are now available. Submissions are due back to the Prospect main office by Wednesday, March 11th. PTSA Application
Class of 2015: If you haven't ordered your Graduation Items - now is the time! Visit www.Jostens.com to order online.
8th Grade Parent Night! Please pass this information on to Moreland Middle School parents: Welcome Class of 2019! Join us for "8th Grade Parent Night." You will learn about high school graduation requirements, UC and CSU admission requirements, AVID, electives, intra-district transfers, important dates, academic support, athletics, and activities offered at Prospect. Our principal will be presenting and each department will have an information table set-up for questions. We're looking forward to meeting you on Monday, January 26th at 6:30pm in Prospect High School's Big Gym!
SSLC meeting on Thursday, January 22nd at 7pm in the staff lounge.
Donation Matching: ASB is looking for monetary donations for the Make a Wish Rally in February. If you are interested in making a donation, please contact the activities director, Sharon Salazar, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, if you work for a company that does Matching Gifts (such as Cisco, Microsoft, General Electric, etc.) please check with your company so we can fulfill as many wishes as possible this year. Thank you for your support.
Physical donations welcome: If you would like to make a donation to the Make a Wish Rally (an actual item, not just a monetary donation), please contact the activities director, Sharon Salazar, at email@example.com for the wish list. Some major items on the list include laptops, bicycles, skateboards, running shoes, theatre tickets, gift cards, and much more. Thank you for your support.
Student Drop-off Counter - Main Office: If you are dropping off any forgotten items for your student(s) after the school day has begun, you may leave them in the Main Office on the student pick-up counter. Your student may pick up their item at break, lunch, or after school. However, please be aware that we do not interrupt valuable classroom instruction time for forgotten items.
PHS Welcomes Volunteers! Let us know what you'd like to do. No matter what your skills are, or the time you have available, we can find a spot for you. If you're interested, please contact the PTSA Volunteer Coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org