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Jersey Mike's Subs has opened across the street at Prospect Road & Lawrence Expressway! During their Grand Opening week, Prospect High School & Jersey Mike's are teaming up for a 5-day fundraiser for the school's Athletic Department. Each student is given a card for a FREE regular-sized sub sandwich with a minimum $2 donation to Prospect Athletics. All you have to do is bring in the card to the store sometime between Wednesday, December 17th to Sunday, December 21st between 10am-9pm. Redeem the card, enjoy your sub, and support your school!
Attending SVCTE this week is MANDATORY. Buses will run the normal time with the exception of Wednesday. On Wednesday, you will stay in class until the bell to finish your finals and then get on the bus to SVCTE when the bell rings.
Attention SVCTE students: The 2nd semester starts on Tuesday, January 6th. There are NO SVCTE classes on Monday, January 5th.
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!
The Prospect High School boys basketball program is hosting a varsity tournament from Wednesday to Friday, December 17-19. Take a break from studying for finals to cheer on your Panthers as they take on the Del Mar Dons Wednesday at 8:00pm. Be there!
AP Info Night! If you are considering or planning on taking an AP class next school year, please join us for this informative event on Monday, January 12th at 6:30pm in the Performing Arts Center. Presented by our Principal and AP teachers, you'll learn what Advanced Placement is, reasons for taking AP classes, and what the AP test is. You'll also hear experiences from current AP students and later enjoy a breakout session per AP subject with their respective teachers.
PSAT results are in! Stop by the activities office during break and lunch starting Monday, December 15th to pick up your results. Questions? See Ms. Keh in the guidance office.
CSF: The 10 volunteer hours for CSF are due at the end of the semester. Drop off your hours sheet in the CSF folder in front of Room 22.
Here's to the New Year! Come and celebrate with us at Winter Formal on January 10th! Tickets will be on sale the week we get back from break. They will be $10 with ASB and $12 without.
Lost & Found: We have a lot of unclaimed sweatshirts, jackets, lunch bags, backpacks, water bottles, etc. in the lost and found. If you have lost any items, please stop by the Student Service Center. All unclaimed items will be donated at the end of the semester.
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.
Homework Center is closed this week.
Are 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.
Seniors! 4-year college application - Be sure you keep a complete and accurate list of 'colleges I'm applying to' in Naviance. This is the only way Prospect staff can send transcripts and letters of recommendation to colleges. We are proud of the Class of 2015 and are happy to do our part to support you through the college application process.
Class of 2015: If you haven't ordered your Graduation Items - now is the time! Visit www.Jostens.com to order online.
Grad Night meeting on Tuesday, January 6th at 7pm in the staff lounge.
AP Info Night! If your student is considering or planning on taking an AP class next school year, please join us for this informative event on Monday, January 12th at 6:30pm in the Performing Arts Center. Presented by our Principal and AP teachers, you'll learn what Advanced Placement is, reasons for taking AP classes, and what the AP test is. You'll also hear experiences from current AP students and later enjoy a breakout session per AP subject with their respective teachers.
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