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Fall Back! Daylight savings time ends on Sunday, November 2nd. Don't forget to set the time one hour back at the end of Saturday night.


Attention All Freshmen! Link Crew presents The 1st Annual Fall Carnival from 12-2pm in The Quad, this Friday! There will be FREE food, games, and prizes. Make sure to stop by!
CSF:  The next CSF meeting is on Monday, November 3rd at lunch in Room 30. The UC Berkeley field trip is on Thursday, November 6th. Signed permission slips are due to Ms. Heaney on Tuesday.
There is an Asian Student Union Meeting on Tuesday, November 4th in room R3 at lunch.
Attention All Girls interested in Trying out for Soccer:  Tryouts start on Monday, November 3rd at 3pm on the back field. Please bring cleats, shinguards, your physical form, and water out to the field. Stop by Room 19 if you have any questions.
Need help with Chemistry? Or do you want community service hours? Come to Chem Club at lunch on Friday, October 31st in Ms. Leibundgut's room 64. There will be friends and food.
Caught in the Act is back, sponsored by our own PTSA. We are happy to recognize Tel Tautolo in 9th grade and Roxana Gonzalez (10th). If you're "Caught in the Act," write your name on the ticket and turn it into the jar in the main office. The next time it may be your name called!
Cultural Exchange Club is organizing the Second Harvest Food and Fund Drive. Bring unopened cans or money to your first period classes. The class that collects the most cans wins a pizza party. The last collection date is October 31st.
Get your Jamba on!  Stop by Jamba Juice (El Paseo) on Friday, November 7th for a senior class fundraiser.  Your purchase will go toward supporting Grad Night 2015.  It's a short school day so walk on over after the bell rings and grab a smoothie, cheesy pizza, cinnamon pretzel and more!  A flyer is needed - you can download it here: Jamba flyer - or pick one up in the school office. Thanks for supporting the Class of 2015 in having a safe and fun grad night celebration!
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.
Future High School Students and Parents:  Prospect High School's Annual Open House will be held on Saturday, November 15th from 1:00pm to 4:00pm. Everyone is welcome! Please see the attached flyer for more information.  
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.
If you would like to submit any summer selfies to be in the yearbook, send the pictures to prospectyearbook2015@gmail.com.
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 open in the library after school on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 2:30 – 3:30 if you need a place to study, do homework or work on the computer.    
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

Class of 2015, Book Your Senior Portrait Appointment:  Class of 2015, it's important to book your appointment for your senior portraits now so that you're sure of getting a spot.  Go to this website http://www.proimagestudio.com/ and sign up today.
Seniors: There is a mandatory SENIOR meeting today, Monday, October 27th during study hall in the gym. This is a meeting about caps and gowns, graduation announcements and the panoramic picture, among many topics. BE THERE!

Double Donations Day!!  GradNight 2015 is having a DOUBLE FUNDRAISER Monday, November 3rd from 6-9pm at Sonoma Chicken Coop, 200 E Campbell Ave (downtown Campbell). Upstairs in the Banquet Room, we will have a display of Silpada Jewelry for sale/order, which 30% of sales will be donated to GradNight 2015!  If you are unable to make the event, go to the website and order http://sild.es/Ggh. In addition, Sonoma Chicken Coop is donating 15% of sales purchased from food and drinks to GradNight 2015! A flyer is required at the time of purchase. We will have flyers available in the main office or you can take a picture with your smartphone to show at purchase. Help support GradNight 2015 and make this fundraiser a success! The whole family is welcome. Flyers are good for to-go orders and bar purchases. Go Prospect!
The Prospect High School Faculty Lounge is going to be a Polling Place for the November 4th election.
Technology Surveys are being mailed to parents of District students with a return to site date of Friday, November 7th. Please bring/send the surveys to the main office on or before Friday, November 7th.
Grad Night Meeting on Tuesday, November 4th at 7:00pm in room 30.
Panther Paws Meeting on Wednesday, November 5th at 7:00pm in the staff lounge.
ELAC Meeting on Wednesday, November 12th at 6:30pm in room 30.
Senior Parents: University of California Application submission period opens Saturday, November 1st.  The UC Application for Undergraduate Admission and Scholarships will open for submissions on November 1st and close on November 30th. Students are encouraged to take their time completing the application and to gather materials, such as grades and transcripts, and prepare their personal statements ahead of time. There is no benefit or disadvantage to students who choose to submit their applications earlier or later in the month. Once the application is submitted, only limited edits can be made.
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: prospectvolunteers@gmail.com



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