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AP Testing Schedule: AP Tests will be administered from Monday, May 2nd to Thursday, May 12th. Please click the link to view the AP Test Schedule.

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9th, 10th, and 11th grade students: The 2016-2017 class list will be finalized soon. Remember that Friday, April 29th is the last day to make changes to your 2016-17 class list. After this date, including at registration in August, change requests will not be filled. Take another look at your list of classes in the letter sent home over Spring Break. If you want to make a change or a correction, you may complete a Course Change Request Form in the Student Services Center.
 
Yearbook Distribution: If you purchased and ASB card at the beginning of the year, you have already purchased a yearbook and will need to pick it up at one of the distribution days, below. Bring your ASB card as proof that you purchased the yearbook. If you did not purchase an ASB card, you may purchase a yearbook for $100 (cash or checks payable to: Prospect Yearbook) on one of the distribution days below.  

·  Yearbook Signing Party: May 20th: Lunch in the Gym. To get your yearbook days earlier than everyone else, come to the Yearbook Signing Party.  It's the yearbook class' major fundraiser.  $5 gets you in for a lunchtime of music and fun times with your friends. 

·  Monday, May 23rd 2:30-3:00pm. Pick up your yearbook in the lunch lines after school. 

·  Tuesday, May 24th - Friday, May 27th. Come to Room 3 at break, lunch, and after school until 2:45pm to pick up your yearbook. 

·  During Finals: Yearbooks can be picked up/purchased from the Activities Office at break and after finals.

·  During Summer: Yearbooks can be picked up/purchased in the Main Office during summer office hours. 

 
A Town Hall Meeting about the social influence on teens and redirecting energy to positive teen behaviors will take place on Friday, May 6th at 6:30-7:30pm in the library. Student representatives, administrators, and mental health officials will be on hand to share their thoughts and opinions. Some specific topics include: dance etiquette, social media influence on behavior, peer communication relationships, etc.
 
Attention Students: If you plan to attend the teen job fair on Tuesday, May 17th, come gain some hints and tips for putting your best foot forward with employers. The job skills training session will take place this Monday, May 2nd from 3-5pm in the Library. Workshop attendees get in to the job fair half an hour before everyone else. Don't miss out on this opportunity! Hope to see you Monday at 3pm sharp!
 
Link Crew applications are available for all current Sophomores and Juniors in room 2 and 52.
 
Attention students interested in participating in this year's Boat Races: There is a Boat Race information meeting on Thursday, April 28th at lunch in room 52 (Mr. Munro's room). Hope to see you there!
 
Athletes of the Month: Congratulations to Alex Baron and Kenny Joseph for being named the March Athletes of the Month! Alex is currently undefeated in the 1600 and 3200 meters in league competition. She is ranked in the top 6 in BVAL for the 1600, 3rd in the 800, and 2nd in the 3200. Kenny is currently undefeated in all of his individual races including the 50 free, 100 back, 200 IM, and 100 fly and relays. He has also qualified for CCS in the 50 free. 
 
If students were developing the next Star Wars episode, it would be at SVCTE. Offering new classes in technology - Cybersecurity and Mobile App Design - students can enroll in Film and Video Production, Animation or Internet Engineering. Spend time every day exploring a pathway that creates traction into your first, cutting-edge career. Let your counselor know if you are interested. Check us out at www.svcte.org
 
Food Drop-Off in Main Office: If food is dropped off for a student by someone other than a parent or relative, the food delivery will be turned away. No Door Dash or pizza delivery allowed on campus.
 
Hola, Bonjour, Salam! PHS is gearing up for International Week April 25-29. It is a 25-year tradition that showcases all the fabulous cultures represented by PHS students, teachers, and our community. The week starts with an International flag ceremony in the quad. Tuesday is international Game day with Soccer team dribble, Da-kow Vietnamese Hacky-sack and Golf team Putt-Putt. Prizes and awards include gift cards for eateries in our area. We're looking for hidden talent or not-so-hidden. Please see Profesora Adler or Lynch if you know of a group to showcase or perform their wonderful talents. Buen Dia, Bonne Journee, Thua-CO! 
 
If you are interested in representing the students of Campbell Union High School District as a "Student Board Member" please complete the application which is posted on School Loop and return to your school's Activities Director. Student Board members attend the CUHSD Board meetings on the 1st and 3rd Thursday evenings of the month and report on the activities of the schools in the district.
  
Attention Juniors and Seniors! Dreaming about going to prom in April, but can't afford the perfect dress? If so, the Princess Project is for you! To find out more information about the Princess Project, see Ms. Keh in the Student Service Center.   
 
Prom is coming up fast and is scheduled for the end of April. If any guys out there are interested in earning a free tuxedo for prom, become a prom rep. You can go online to the Men's Wearhouse and register to become a rep for Prospect High School or you can visit their store in the Westgate shopping area (it's located across the street from Chipotle). As a prom rep, you can earn a free tux and/or credit towards your own suit. The Men's Wearhouse will give money to Prospect for any prom tuxedo rental. This is a great fundraiser towards Grad Night 2016. Prom reps will be giving out cards with a $30 discount towards your tuxedo rental. If you have any questions, the Grad Night committee will be by the activities on Wednesdays at lunch.
 
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 sycotter@yahoo.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 prospectyrbk@gmail.com. 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!
 

Seniors
 
May 1st! Seniors, May 1st is the deadline to send 4-year colleges your "Intent to Enroll." Submitting your "Intent to Enroll" is mandatory. This process tells colleges that you have made a decision about where you want to attend.
 
Planning on attending De Anza College in Fall 2016? If so, be sure to attend De Anza's annual New Student & Parent Open House on Saturday, April 30th from 9am-1pm.
 
Class of 2016: Senior portraits! Please click on the following link for information regarding senior portraits, the studio, and deadlines. http://prestigeseniorsbayarea.com
 

Parents  
 
The next School Site Council meeting will be on Thursday, April 28th from 5:15-6:15pm in the staff lounge. 
 
Panther Paws meeting on Wednesday, May 2nd at 7:00pm in the staff lounge.
 
Panther Paws Sports Boosters is looking for board and committee members! Open positions are Flea Market committee, treasurer, Membership. Please email your interest to prospectvolunteers@gmail.com by Thursday, April 28th.
 
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: prospectvolunteers@gmail.com

 

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