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    I regret to inform you that the Tournament of Bands, scheduled for Saturday, October 14th, is canceled. The district made the decision to protect the health of our students, guests, and community in ...more

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     Dear parents, this a reminder that tomorrow Tuesday October 17, at 2pm (in school office), is the deadline to submit art work for the Reflections Program. 


    Hi Everyone!


    Interested in being a computer science major? Ever wondered what jobs come from majoring in this growing field? Want to hear how a Cupertino alum got his start in the computer science workforce?


    This Wednesday, October the 18th, during lunch in Room 404, Cupertino Robotics will be hosting a speaker from the Google Brain team, Eric Jang! Eric is a former president of Cupertino Robotics who now works on groundbreaking deep learning and artificial intelligence research at Google! He will be going over what he does in his job along with how he got interested in the field.


    Hope to see you there!


    Hey Tino!


    Be sure to attend Cupertino FBLA's Initiation Social for a night of games, food, and fun! It will be a great opportunity to socialize with new people and get to know your fellow FBLA peers. 


    The event will be completely FREE of charge and there will be food like pizza, chips, soda, candy, etc!


    WHEN: Friday, October 20th
    WHERE: Room 913
    TIME: 3:00PM-6:00PM

    ATTIRE: Business Semi-Formal


    Make sure to RSVP at if you would like to attend!


    Hey Tino UNICEF!


    We're proud to announce that the committee applications for the 2017-18 year are officially out! Please follow the link to the application below after THOROUGHLY reading through this, as it contains some important information regarding the logistics of the application process.


    For those of you who were unable to attend our first two meetings of the year, here is a recap of what our committee is and how you can be selected to be a part of it. Your committee chair officers for this year are Sindu Narayanan and Uva Dasari, and they will be in charge of all aspects of the committee, from selecting the team to the planning of outreach events and organization of our fundraisers this year. 


    The committee is a group of individuals who get selected to be a part of a special Tino UNICEF leadership team, working to promote the mission of UNICEF through the planning and execution of outreach events as well as organizing all our major fundraisers. This year, we're taking things to a new level by extending our target audience to the city of Cupertino. This means that we will be working with local schools to reach out to our community with fundraisers and outreach events. It's a great opportunity to gain some leadership experience and receive the ability to make a positive impact in the lives of many children across the world. Keep in mind, ALL MEMBERS are welcome to participate in all of our events this year, so do not feel discouraged if you are unable to be a part of the committee.


    Remember, we want passionate individuals who seek the position solely out of the motivation to help Tino UNICEF spread its mission to our community, and not those who simply want a leadership position. Be as honest as you can in the application, and put forth your best qualities! If you have any ideas for fundraisers or outreach events this year, please briefly mention them in the online application and be prepared to present them in greater detail at your interview. Sign up forms for the interview slots will be sent out immediately after the due date for applications. REMEMBER, THE ONLINE APPLICATION IS DUE OCTOBER 20TH AT 10:59PM. Late applications will not be accepted. 


    Questions? Comments? Concerns? 

    Please reach out to your committee officers or send an email to


    Good luck applicants!

    Here is the link to the application:



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    Don't forget to support the victims of hurricane Maria that devastated Puerto Rico leaving them with out homes, food, water, electricity, infrastructure, or medical supplies. And the victims of the powerful earthquakes that shook Mexico, bringing dozens of buildings, bridges, and roads to rubble, killing more than 330 people.


    Donate in your 3rd period classes or during brunch!


    Be a HERO, put on your cape and DONATE!


    Thank you Tino!


    Hello Cupertino!


    Are you 16 or older and want to save someone's life? Consider DONATING BLOOD at this year's fall blood drive on October 30th, right here in the Cupertino High School gym! 


    Teachers and parents are also encouraged to donate and will get to go to the front of the line when they arrive. 

    Whether you are a first time donor or a frequent donor, please consider contributing. Every drop counts. As an added bonus, all donors will receive a voucher for free ice cream. :)


    Attached are forms if you would like to donate. Students ages 16-17 need a copy of the additional Parental Consent Form in addition to the Blood Drive Form. Hard copies of both forms may be found in Room 721. 


    Please turn in the completed forms to Room 721 by Wednesday, October 18th. Thank you!


    Hey Tino! Are you tired of using old science goggles? Sharing facial oils? How about getting those iconic goggle marks?


    Order your OWN pair of premium safety goggles with NHS for $18! These goggles are cushioned, anti-scratch, fog resistant, and approved by the CHS Science Department! They're also a great investment for college as they will be required by future science courses.


    Get yours here:




    July 26, 2017 


    Press Release


    Washington, DC — Rep. Ro Khanna (CA-17) is kicking off the annual Congressional App Challenge for students in the 17th Congressional District. High school and middle school students who have an idea for an app are encouraged to apply. 


    This competition is part of an annual, nationwide event that seeks to foster students’ interest in coding. In the past, mobile apps, web apps, games, and more have been created and submitted by talented young programmers. Students have the chance for their work to be recognized by Rep. Khanna and placed on display in the Capitol Building in Washington, DC. 


    Applications for the challenge will be accepted from July 26 to November 1, 2017. Students may register in teams of up to four members, two of whom must live or attend school in the 17th Congressional District.

    About the Office

    Congressman Khanna represents the 17th District of California, which covers communities in Silicon Valley. Visit his website at Follow him on Facebook and Twitter @RepRoKhanna.


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