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CHS Speech and Debate Team Wins Big at State Tournament

The CHS Speech and Debate team competed at the state tournament this weekend in Mountain House, California. CHS has a State Champion in Amine El Moznine, who won the event as Presiding Officer. Meesha Reiisieh took 6th place and Smrithi Manickam took 7th place in Oratorical Interpretation. 

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4/24/18

It's time to fill out Activity Points!

 

Activity points are a way to get recognition for all the hard work you've done in high school in all you activities. You can get credit for anything from Cooking Club, to sports and everything in between. If you're an underclassman, you're points will carry over until your senior year.

 

If you accumulate enough points, you will be honored at Senior awards night.

 

ACTIVITY POINTS FOR THIS YEAR MUST BE SUBMITTED BY MAY 3rd (Friday).

 

The activity points for can be found at:
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or hard copies can be picked up from room 721!

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4/24/18

Graduation Day for the Class of 2018 is right around the corner. What better way to celebrate the next chapter of a senior's life than with a real, gorgeous, fresh flower lei from Hawaii?

Look no further, because Cupertino CSF has your back! Whereas many local florists may as high as $40 for a single lei, Cupertino CSF offers competitive prices with one lei at $20 and two leis at $30. Leis will be delivered to buyers on Wednesday, May 30 (one day before graduation) to ensure that your lei is as fresh as it can be.

Interested? Go to tinyurl.com/csfgradleis18 to place your order. Please closely follow the instructions in the form to ensure that your payment and order is processed on time!

Got any questions? Email us at info.tinocsf@gmail.com.

 


 

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4/23/18

Hey Pioneers,

 

Want to make change? Want to use YOUR voice to improve our nation?

 

This week at Tino, we will have a voter registration drive every day at brunch. Come to the QUAD if you are 16, 17 or 18 to pre-register or register to vote. Please make sure to have your social security number handy, as you will need it to register!

 

Don't forget to come out to FUHSD Action Night on this Friday, April 27th at Monta Vista High School from 6-9pm. There will be political speakers, food trucks, and performances!

 

Young people are typically the least likely to vote, but we have the power to change that – so let's do it, Cupertino.

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4/23/18

Hey Tino!

 

We are so happy to announce a new tradition at Tino, the Senior Sendoff Rally! As a tribute to our graduating class, the themes for this rally are 2018's past homecoming themes, given in reverse order.

 

2018: Grease

2019: Beach

2020: Harry Potter

2021: Wild Wild West

 

Each class will be paying homage to the first homecoming they saw from 2018. In addition to the themes, we have a few more surprises to send the Seniors off right. So, join us on FRIDAY, MAY 4TH to ignite a new tradition and say goodbye to 2018.

 

ASB Rally Commissioners,

2017 - 2018

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4/22/18

Come join us at the PTSA membership meeting and hear two presentations on student stress and the current state education and its application in real world.

6.30-7.10pm- PTSA membership meeting (Preview to the agenda – PTSA Board for 2018-19, Proposed Budget 2018-19, School Grants, Honorary Service Awards)  Go to CHS PTSA for full agenda

 

Presentations :

 

7.15-7.30pm – ‘Teen Stress’ presented by our CHS students on behalf of Cupertino City Teen commission

7.30-8.30pm – “All Grown Up: What Worked, What Didn't.” 

A Panel discussion for parents and students tackling the question of what to do after high school, as they rapidly speed towards expensive decisions, often with little real knowledge of what is expected of young adults entering the job market. There are many misconceptions today on what you need for success. One way to explore this important question is to ask: How are others who went to high schools in Cupertino finding success after college?  What worked and what didn’t? The student panelists will share their education, job history and their success in today’s job market. Event sponsored by Cupertino Library foundation and Chamber of commerce.

 

Register for event here :

 https://www.eventbrite.com/e/all-grown-up-what-worked-what-didnt-tickets-45205470780

 

Thanks,

Benaifer Dastoor

CHS PTSA President

 

 

 


 

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