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Announcements 

Hola! Are you interested in participating in International Week? If you would like to participate in the opening ceremony on Monday, April 27th or during the other lunchtime activities, please contact Ms. Adler in Room 23. Performances will be during the week of April 27-May 1.
 
Prospect's Annual International Week is coming soon! Starting Monday, April 27th, Prospect will have an opening flag ceremony in the quad at lunch. We need volunteers to carry the flags. Please contact Ms. Adler in Room 23 for more information. 
 
Boat Race Information Meeting in room 30 at lunch on Tuesday, April 21st.  
 
This Friday is Rainbow Day. Dress in Rainbow colors to show your colorfulness. The top three best dressed will receive prizes. Meet in the quad at lunch to compete for the top prize.
 
Attention Panthers! From 4/20-4/24 will be our first annual Futsal Tournament in the Gym at lunch. Futsal is indoor soccer, so come and support your fellow Panthers!
 
Congratulations to our March Athletes of the Month: Rachel Wu for badminton and Pranav Krishnan for tennis.
 
Looking for a date for prom or sadies? Take the compatibility test to find your special someone. Visit the table outside the activities office to turn in your form. It will be the best $1 you have ever spent! 
 
Attention all Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors: Looking to gain $50+ at the end of the year, then come to the flagpole after school to help lower the flags.
 
Congratulations to Prospect's Speech and Debate team! The Speech and Debate Team attended Santa Clara University's invitational tournament on March 28th and 29th and found astonishing success. Novia Dattari and Somanshu Sharma were the champions of the novice division, marking the third year in a row that a Prospect team has brought home a Santa Clara championship title. Harsh Jain and Vikram Dattatri, and Meera Keskar and Peranav Krishnan won three out of five rounds and advanced to double octo finals. Mehak Sharma and Paige Prudhon similarly won three out of five and won their octo finals round allowing them to advance to one more elimination round. All Prospect debaters did well and it was a fantastic conclusion to the 2014-2015 season.
 
Prom ticket sales began on Monday, April 13th. Tickets start at $95.
 
Going to Prom? Don't forget to use your $40-off coupon for Men's Wearhouse from your prom rep! Next week during Spring Break is the perfect time to rent your tuxedo! And if you're a prom rep, be sure to send in your five referrals so YOUR tuxedo will be FREE! If you'd like to become a prom rep, you can do so by registering online at www.menswearhouse.com (under "Tuxedo Rental"), or by going directly into one of their three locations. Ladies, you can do the same and earn a FREE tuxedo for YOUR date! Not only is this a win for you, but it's a win for us! For every tuxedo rented, Men's Wearhouse will donate $5 to Grad Night 2015! What are you waiting for???
 
Grad Night Fundraiser at Schroeder's March 28th to May 9th at 5343 Prospect Road. No appointments necessary! Mention "Prospect Grad Night" when you get your hair cut between March 28th and May 9th at Schroeder's Westgate West! Once we reach 25 haircuts, Schroeder's will donate 50% of every hair cut price to GRAD NIGHT 2015!
 
Robotics Meeting every Wednesday after school in room 37. 
 
Yogurtland Fundraiser! There will be a fundraiser for Grad Night 2015 at Yogurtland in Westgate West on Wednesday, April 22nd from 11:00am until 10:30pm. Yogurtland will donate a portion of the proceeds from every guest that presents our flyer or mentions Prospect at the time of purchase. Thank you for your support!
  
International Week is the last week of April. All World Language classes are preparing for the "Flash Mob Dance." Come practice with us every Tuesday and Thursday in room 23 from 2:30-3:10pm. We'll dance Merengue, Salsa, La Raspa, Can-Can, and African High Life. Some PE teachers are offering credit for sweating up a storm! If you have a country line dance or Hula you'd like to teach us, please drop by! We are the World!
 
Speech and Debate meets every Friday at 4:00pm in room 27.  
 
Latina Mentor Club meeting every Wednesday during study hall in room 6.
 
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.
 
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 from 2:30 - 3:30 Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
 
Class of 2015: If you haven't ordered your Graduation Items - now is the time! Visit www.Jostens.com to order online.

Seniors: Welcome back from spring break and congratulations again on your college acceptances! Now it's time to record all college statuses in Naviance, such as 'accepted', 'denied' (it's okay), waitlisted, deferred, conditional accept. Complete this reporting in the 'Colleges' Tab, click on 'Colleges I'm Applying To', then click on the little pencil icon to the right of each college in your list and enter your Application Status. This will help future PHS Panthers by making a map of the world and all of the colleges you applied to and the outcome!
 
SENIOR PARENTS: Our winners this week in the Grad Night raffle are Colin Blackie and Brooke Smith. Colin and Brooke have each won a $5 gift card to Starbucks. Tell your senior to purchase their Grad Night ticket now, and maybe they can be a winner too! Ticket order forms are available in the office or can be purchased online at the Prospect Student Store at http://www.prospect.cuhsd.org  

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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