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Today, February 12th, there will be Tea Zone at the JV & Varsity Basketball game for $5 each.
If you are not in a Winter sport and you're going to participate in Track, meet us at the track at 2:45pm on Monday, February 22nd.
Something Funny's Going On! Come out and see "Lucky Stiff" by Prospect High School Performing Arts! Performances will be on March 11, 12, 17, 18, 19 at 7:00pm and a special understudy show March 12 at 1:00pm. Tickets are $10 with ASB and $12 general admission. Available at the door or at seatyourself.biz/prospectheatre.
Attention students who have signed up for AP or Honors classes next year! Please attend the following meetings:
AP Chemistry - Ms. Leibundgut in room 64 on Tuesday, February 23rd at lunch.
AP Spanish - Mr. Tejada/Ms. Manriquez in room 7 on Tuesday, February 23rd at study hall.
World History Honors - Mr. Slimak/Ms. Clendenin/Ms. Colclough in room 71 on Tuesday, February 23rd (A-L) and Wednesday, February 24th (M-Z) at lunch.
AP US History - in room 17 on Wednesday, February 24th at lunch.
Check out the teacher auction on Tuesday and Wednesday, February 23rd and 24th to see what your teachers are offering. From baked goods to homework/front-of-the-line passes, come place your bid!
The Middle College Information Night will be held on Thursday, March 3rd at 6:00pm at the West Valley College Theater. This is a mandatory night to attend if you plan on applying to Middle College. Current 10th and 11th grade students are encouraged to attend with their parents to learn about this option for next year. Students will have an opportunity to take college classes and earn college credit for free while finishing high school.
This week, we are happy to recognize Mitchell Riggs and Adriana Hernandez Rivera as being Caught in the Act. Mitchell is a sophomore who is busy with a full academic schedule, including two honors classes. He always has a smile and is happy to help when asked. Adriana is a freshman this year and is a member of Ms. Deauville's Careers class. She can be found helping in the main office, or working in the student rose garden helping to keep the entrance to our school welcoming and fresh. Keep up the great work Prospect!
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. The deadline is March 18th, and space is limited. Visit yearbookordercenter.com to create your memories today.
Congratulations to the December Athletes of the Month: Julie Peach for girls soccer and Nemanja Rajic for boys basketball. Both athletes had an outstanding month in their respective sports!
Sponsored by Cultural Exchange Club: Carnations sales start on Tuesday, January 19th and end on Thursday, February 11th. Carnations are $2 each, teddy bears are $3 each, a combo of carnations and teddy bear are $4. Buy them in front of the library at lunch!
PSAT Test Takers: If you took the PSAT test in October 2015, your scores are available to view at the College Board website. An email was sent to you by College Board on January 7th with instructions.
AP Sign-ups are going on in the Activities Office. Each test cost is $92. 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, please come and see the Vice Principal, Ms. Grewal in the main office. The deadline to pay for all AP tests is Monday, March 7th at 3:00pm.
AP Students and Parents: Please view our PowerPoint presentation from AP Info Night, held the evening of Tuesday, January 5th. AP-Parents-Night-Presentation
Enjoy this sweet deal from Yogurtland and support Prospect Music! Yogurtland 2016 Coupon Cards: ONLY $5. Coupons are good at the following Yogurtland locations: Westgate West (across from PHS), Yogurtland Campbell (on Bascome Ave.), Yogurtland Almaden (on Almaden Expy). Each coupon sheet consists of 12 coupon cards, one for each month of 2016. Total discount value of these cards amount to at least $40. Cards are available NOW! They make GREAT stocking stuffers! For more details or to purchase the cards, email email@example.com.
Hi Panthers! Do you have some funny or embarrassing moments from your years here at Prospect? Share them with yearbook! Send your stories and/or pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you don't have any pictures to go with your embarrassing moment, we can recreate your story! Thank you! -The Yearbook Class
Attention Students: If you drive to school, you are expected to park in the student lot and not in the surrounding neighborhoods. It is stated in the Prospect Handbook that students are prohibited from parking outside of the school lot. Assistant Principals and officers will be checking the neighborhoods on occasion to ensure compliance. Thank you.
If it's been a long week and you need some quiet time, bring a book on Fridays to room 34 during study hall and read! No book, no entry.
Are you interested in having input and being part of the decision making process on school programs and student success? Then get involved in your School Site Council at Prospect HS. For more information, contact Vice Principal Kiran Grewal or Assistant Principal Jeff Arnett.
Latina Mentor Club meetings will be every other Monday during lunch in room 6.
Black Student Union meets every Thursday in Ms. McCarthy's room 15.
Homework Center: Need a place to study, do homework, or work on the computer? Come to the library after school on Tuesdays, Wednesday, and Thursdays from 2:30-4:00pm.
ID Cards: Need a new ID card? Need ASB printed on your card? Come to the activities office at break or lunch to get a new card printed.
The best popcorn ever! Cool and refreshing iced tea! Soothing hot chocolate! The SAILS Office is open everyday at break to serve you! We are next to the cafeteria. Come on by!
Class of 2016: Money, Money, Money! How to get some for career college, community college, or 4-year college after high school? To apply for money from the federal and the state government for school after high school:
1. Turn in your GPA Release form to Guidance.
2. Submit your FAFSA application or your Dream Act application online.
Remember to log into School Loop and go to the Class of 2016 locker for all the details.
Class of 2016: Senior portraits! Please click on the following link for information regarding senior portraits, the studio, and deadlines. http://prestigeseniorsbayarea.com
Music Booster meeting on Wednesday, February 24th at 6:30pm in the music room.
Start collecting your stuff! The Saturday, March 12th 9am-4pm Goodwill truck fundraiser is right around the corner. Please help us fund a safe 2016 Prospect Grad Night event for our seniors by donating household items you no longer need. Goodwill will take most things including small appliances, books, old electronics, clothing, bikes, bedding, etc. We are paid by the pound, so to help fill the truck, we are collecting donations beforehand. If you have it now, ready to go, please contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll pick it up now. Thank you for your support!
Parents: PTSA is seeking parent input on possible parent information nights. Please go to this link to offer your vital input.
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: email@example.com