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May 30

General Information

SENIOR CHECKOUT FRIDAY, MAY 31

SENIOR CHECKOUT CARD PICK-UP – IN YOUR FIRST CLASS OF THE DAY at CHS (See Finals Schedule as Friday begins with 1st period)

-TEACHERS SIGN CARDS AFTER FINALS, AT THE END OF EACH CLASS. Seniors remain in class until the end of each period.

-WAGON WHEEL OPENS AT 1:15 PM. Seniors line up to enter through the doors by the vending machines AFTER YOUR LAST CLASS OF THE YEARAll signature lines must be signed on your checkout card.

INSIDE THE WAGON WHEEL DURING SENIOR CHECKOUT

-Administrator/Guidance Counselors Sign Senior Checkout Cards

-CAPS & GOWNS PICK-UP  – JOSTENS Table – Cash Only if you didn’t pre-order:  $50 (Cap, Gown, Tassel) $10 Cap, $10 Tassel – During Senior Checkout until graduation (while supplies last).

-YEARBOOK PICK-UP –  For Seniors who purchased an ASB card/Yearbook will be able to pick up their yearbook in the Wagon Wheel during senior checkout on 5/31.

Other Yearbook Options (Seniors who did not pick up their books during checkout or have not yet purchased an ASB card/Yearbook)- Line up at the CCC for pick up OR purchase at the ASB office, starting at 3:00 pm on Friday, 5/31 or the following Tuesday or Wednesday.  $125.00 CASH ONLY, no checks!

Yearbook

Hey Tino, it’s almost time to reveal this year’s NUGGET YEARBOOK!

Yearbook distribution for SENIORS with an ASB card will begin during senior checkout in the Wagon Wheel from 1:15-3:00pm on Friday 5/31.  Students in grades 9, 10, & 11 with an ASB card can pick up books in the CCC starting at 3:30pm, also on Friday 5/31.  All students who want to pick up their book MUST have a photo ID! 

If you still want to purchase a book you can bring $125 CASH ONLY to Mrs. Balga in the ASB office starting on 5/31 and continuing the following week, if copies remain.  Once we sell out, that’s it! So make sure to purchase your yearbook on 5/31 if you haven’t already.  

Any other yearbook-related questions can be directed to Ms. Stavis in room 105.  

Yearbook Signing Social

ASB is hosting a yearbook signing party in the quad after school this Friday from 3:30pm – 5:00pm.  Anyone can come get iced coffee, snow cones, and cotton candy!

Fall Musical Audition Workshop

Have you always wanted to be in the fall musical but fear the audition process? Do you have a free 7th period? There will be a musical theatre audition workshop during the period 7 final in room 903- the blackbox theatre, on Monday, June 3. Local musical theatre performer Vinh Nguyen will teach you how to find your archetype and create the perfect musical theatre audition! Stop by at 11:30 if you're free and join the workshop! Contact Ms. Conrad with additional questions. 

All Seniors and any Non-Returning Students

Don't forget, your student files will be eventually erased!  If you wish to keep any of your assignments from your years at CHS, be sure to save these files by June 7th!  Instructions from the Tech Team were recently emailed to your School Loop account.

Hello ASB CLUBS!

The end of the year is right around the corner, and with that comes ASB Financial deadlines.    

End of Year Deadlines are: Requests for Reimbursement (check request), Deposit of funds (turning in Cash), and Request for Purchase Orders (if you purchase anything over $300.00 you must have a PO in place prior to the purchase) – ALL DUE BY 6/14/2019

I hope this information will be helpful in planning your departure for summer.       

Final Transcript Request

Hello Seniors! The registrar is now accepting Final Transcript requests. If you have made your decision on the college you will be attending in the Fall, please come to the registrar’s desk in the main office to order your transcript now. Remember, entering your final college destination in Naviance survey does not mean that you have made your transcript order. You will still have to come in to fill out a transcript request form. The cost is $3 per transcript. All transcript will be mailed out in Mid-June after final grades are entered.

Sports

Baseball Meeting Today

There will be a mandatory baseball meeting today during lunch in room 121.

Attention All Wrestlers

Please attend the mandatory end of the year meeting in Coach Santos’ room, 6127 TODAY at lunch (1:05pm).

Clubs

CSF Graduation Lei Fundraiser

Hey Tino! With graduation day for the class of 2019 coming up, what better way to honor your favorite seniors than a fresh orchid lei from Hawaii! While most local florists charge over $50 for a single lei, we offer affordable prices for high-quality leis. Place our order at tinyurl.com/csfleis19 by May 31st!

Comedy Hour Endgame Show

Come to Comedy Hour’s Senior Night show this Friday at 4:00pm in the blackbox. It is free to attend!

Donate For the Quake- Clothing/Item Drive

Hey Tino! Did you know about the recent earthquake in the Philippines? It measured a magnitude 6.3 and destroyed many homes, buildings, and families, leaving thousands homeless and in need of help. This week the Global Health Club is holding an items drive to send to the families in the Philippines. We will be collecting clothes, toys, and books to contribute to the recovery effort. Donation bins will be in the quad all week! Please donate for the quake.

May 29

General Information

SENIOR CHECKOUT FRIDAY, MAY 31

SENIOR CHECKOUT CARD PICK-UP – IN YOUR FIRST CLASS OF THE DAY at CHS (See Finals Schedule as Friday begins with 1st period)

-TEACHERS SIGN CARDS AFTER FINALS, AT THE END OF EACH CLASS. Seniors remain in class until the end of each period.

-WAGON WHEEL OPENS AT 1:15 PM. Seniors line up to enter through the doors by the vending machines AFTER YOUR LAST CLASS OF THE YEARAll signature lines must be signed on your checkout card.

INSIDE THE WAGON WHEEL DURING SENIOR CHECKOUT

-Administrator/Guidance Counselors Sign Senior Checkout Cards

-CAPS & GOWNS PICK-UP  – JOSTENS Table – Cash Only if you didn’t pre-order:  $50 (Cap, Gown, Tassel) $10 Cap, $10 Tassel – During Senior Checkout until graduation (while supplies last).

-YEARBOOK PICK-UP –  For Seniors who purchased an ASB card/Yearbook will be able to pick up their yearbook in the Wagon Wheel during senior checkout on 5/31.

Other Yearbook Options (Seniors who did not pick up their books during checkout or have not yet purchased an ASB card/Yearbook)- Line up at the CCC for pick up OR purchase at the ASB office, starting at 3:00 pm on Friday, 5/31 or the following Tuesday or Wednesday.  $125.00 CASH ONLY, no checks!

Yearbook

Hey Tino, it’s almost time to reveal this year’s NUGGET YEARBOOK!

Yearbook distribution for SENIORS with an ASB card will begin during senior checkout in the Wagon Wheel from 1:15-3:00pm on Friday 5/31.  Students in grades 9, 10, & 11 with an ASB card can pick up books in the CCC starting at 3:30pm, also on Friday 5/31.  All students who want to pick up their book MUST have a photo ID! 

If you still want to purchase a book you can bring $125 CASH ONLY to Mrs. Balga in the ASB office starting on 5/31 and continuing the following week, if copies remain.  Once we sell out, that’s it! So make sure to purchase your yearbook on 5/31 if you haven’t already.  

Any other yearbook-related questions can be directed to Ms. Stavis in room 105.  

Yearbook Signing Social

ASB is hosting a yearbook signing party in the quad after school this Friday from 3:30pm – 5:00pm.  Anyone can come get iced coffee, snow cones, and cotton candy!

Hello ASB CLUBS!

The end of the year is right around the corner, and with that comes ASB Financial deadlines.    

End of Year Deadlines:

1)      Requests for Reimbursement (check request) – 6/14/19 

2)      Deposit of funds (turning in Money) – 

·         Cash – 6/14/19

3)      Request for Purchase Orders (if you purchase anything over $300.00 you must have a PO in place prior to the purchase) – 6/14/19

I hope this information will be helpful in planning your departure for summer.       

All Seniors and any Non-Returning Students

Don't forget, your student files will be eventually erased!  If you wish to keep any of your assignments from your years at CHS, be sure to save these files by June 7th!  Instructions from the Tech Team were recently emailed to your School Loop account.

Final Transcript Request

Hello Seniors! The registrar is now accepting Final Transcript requests. If you have made your decision on the college you will be attending in the Fall, please come to the registrar’s desk in the main office to order your transcript now. Remember, entering your final college destination in Naviance survey does not mean that you have made your transcript order. You will still have to come in to fill out a transcript request form. The cost is $3 per transcript. All transcript will be mailed out in Mid-June after final grades are entered.

Sports

Attention All Wrestlers

Please attend the mandatory end of the year meeting in Coach Santos’ room, 6127 this Thursday, 5/30, at lunch (1:05pm).

Clubs

CSF Graduation Lei Fundraiser

Hey Tino! With graduation day for the class of 2019 coming up, what better way to honor your favorite seniors than a fresh orchid lei from Hawaii! While most local florists charge over $50 for a single lei, we offer affordable prices for high-quality leis. Place our order at tinyurl.com/csfleis19 by May 31st!

Comedy Hour Endgame Show

Come to Comedy Hour’s Senior Night show this Friday at 4:00pm in the blackbox. It is free to attend!

Donate For the Quake-Clothing/Item Drive

Hey Tino! Did you know about the recent earthquake in the Philippines? It measured a magnitude 6.3 and destroyed many homes, buildings, and families, leaving thousands homeless and in need of help. This week the Global Health Club is holding an items drive to send to the families in the Philippines. We will be collecting clothes, toys, and books to contribute to the recovery effort. Donation bins will be in the quad all week! Please donate for the quake.

May 28

General Information

SENIOR CHECKOUT FRIDAY, MAY 31

SENIOR CHECKOUT CARD PICK-UP – IN YOUR FIRST CLASS OF THE DAY at CHS (See Finals Schedule as Friday begins with 1st period)

-TEACHERS SIGN CARDS AFTER FINALS, AT THE END OF EACH CLASS. Seniors remain in class until the end of each period.

-WAGON WHEEL OPENS AT 1:15 PM. Seniors line up to enter through the doors by the vending machines AFTER YOUR LAST CLASS OF THE YEARAll signature lines must be signed on your checkout card.

INSIDE THE WAGON WHEEL DURING SENIOR CHECKOUT

-Administrator/Guidance Counselors Sign Senior Checkout Cards

-CAPS & GOWNS PICK-UP  – JOSTENS Table – Cash Only if you didn’t pre-order:  $50 (Cap, Gown, Tassel) $10 Cap, $10 Tassel – During Senior Checkout until graduation (while supplies last).

-YEARBOOK PICK-UP –  For Seniors who purchased an ASB card/Yearbook will be able to pick up their yearbook in the Wagon Wheel during senior checkout on 5/31.

Other Yearbook Options (Seniors who did not pick up their books during checkout or have not yet purchased an ASB card/Yearbook)- Line up at the CCC for pick up OR purchase at the ASB office, starting at 3:00 pm on Friday, 5/31 or the following Tuesday or Wednesday.  $125.00 CASH ONLY, no checks!

Yearbook

Hey Tino, it’s almost time to reveal this year’s NUGGET YEARBOOK!

Yearbook distribution for SENIORS with an ASB card will begin during senior checkout in the Wagon Wheel from 1:15-3:00pm on Friday 5/31.  Students in grades 9, 10, & 11 with an ASB card can pick up books in the CCC starting at 3:30pm, also on Friday 5/31.  All students who want to pick up their book MUST have a photo ID! 

If you still want to purchase a book you can bring $125 CASH ONLY to Mrs. Balga in the ASB office starting on 5/31 and continuing the following week, if copies remain.  Once we sell out, that’s it! So make sure to purchase your yearbook on 5/31 if you haven’t already.  

Any other yearbook-related questions can be directed to Ms. Stavis in room 105.  

Hello ASB CLUBS!

The end of the year is right around the corner, and with that comes ASB Financial deadlines.    

Requests for Reimbursement (check request), Deposit of funds (turning in CASH), and Request for Purchase Orders (if you purchase anything over $300.00 you must have a PO in place prior to the purchase)- ALL DUE ON/BEFORE 6/14/19

I hope this information will be helpful in planning your departure for summer.       

All Seniors and any Non-Returning Students

Don't forget, your student files will be eventually erased!  If you wish to keep any of your assignments from your years at CHS, be sure to save these files by June 7th!  Instructions from the Tech Team were recently emailed to your School Loop account.

Final Transcript Request

Hello Seniors! The registrar is now accepting Final Transcript requests. If you have made your decision on the college you will be attending in the Fall, please come to the registrar’s desk in the main office to order your transcript now. Remember, entering your final college destination in Naviance survey does not mean that you have made your transcript order. You will still have to come in to fill out a transcript request form. The cost is $3 per transcript. All transcript will be mailed out in Mid-June after final grades are entered.

Sports

Attention All Wrestlers

Please attend the mandatory end of the year meeting in Coach Santos’ room, 6127 this Thursday, 5/30, at lunch (1:05pm).

Clubs

CSF Graduation Lei Fundraiser

Hey Tino! With graduation day for the class of 2019 coming up, what better way to honor your favorite seniors than a fresh orchid lei from Hawaii! While most local florists charge over $50 for a single lei, we offer affordable prices for high-quality leis. Place our order at tinyurl.com/csfleis19 by May 31st!

Donate For the Quake- Clothing/Item Drive

Hey Tino! Did you know about the recent earthquake in the Philippines? It measured a magnitude 6.3 and destroyed many homes, buildings, and families, leaving thousands homeless and in need of help. This week the Global Health Club is holding an items drive to send to the families in the Philippines. We will be collecting clothes, toys, and books to contribute to the recovery effort. Donation bins will be in the quad all week! Please donate for the quake.

May 24

General Information

SENIOR CHECKOUT FRIDAY, MAY 31

SENIOR CHECKOUT CARD PICK-UP – IN YOUR FIRST CLASS OF THE DAY at CHS (See Finals Schedule as Friday begins with 1st period)

TEACHERS SIGN CARDS AFTER FINALS, AT THE END OF EACH CLASS. Seniors remain in class until the end of each period.

WAGON WHEEL OPENS AT 1:15 PM. Seniors line up to enter through the doors by the vending machines AFTER YOUR LAST CLASS OF THE YEARAll signature lines must be signed on your checkout card.

INSIDE THE WAGON WHEEL DURING SENIOR CHECKOUT

Administrator/Guidance Counselors Sign Senior Checkout Cards

CAPS & GOWNS PICK-UP  – JOSTENS Table – Cash Only if you didn’t pre-order:  $50 (Cap, Gown, Tassel) $10 Cap, $10 Tassel – During Senior Checkout until graduation (while supplies last).

YEARBOOK PICK-UP –  For Seniors who purchased an ASB card/Yearbook will be able to pick up their yearbook in the Wagon Wheel during senior checkout on 5/31.

Other Yearbook Options (Seniors who did not pick up their books during checkout or have not yet purchased an ASB card/Yearbook)- Line up at the CCC for pick up OR purchase at the ASB office, starting at 3:00 pm on Friday, 5/31 or the following Tuesday or Wednesday.  $125.00 CASH ONLY, no checks!

Yearbook

Hey Tino, it’s almost time to reveal this year’s NUGGET YEARBOOK!

Yearbook distribution for SENIORS with an ASB card will begin during senior checkout in the Wagon Wheel from 1:15-3:00pm on Friday 5/31.  Students in grades 9, 10, & 11 with an ASB card can pick up books in the CCC starting at 3:30pm, also on Friday 5/31.  All students who want to pick up their book MUST have a photo ID! 

If you still want to purchase a book you can bring $125 CASH ONLY to Mrs. Balga in the ASB office starting on 5/31 and continuing the following week, if copies remain.  Once we sell out, that’s it! So make sure to purchase your yearbook on 5/31 if you haven’t already. Any other yearbook-related questions can be directed to Ms. Stavis in room 105.  

Library News

All library materials are due TODAY. Check your locker, closet and under the bed for any missing items. The library will close after period 2 on Thursday for AP Testing.  Please plan your printing needs accordingly.

Looking for something good to read over the summer? Stop by the library and check out the summer reads display. There are suggestions for titles you can find in the public library.

If you haven’t done it already, download the Sora app on your phone. Visit the CHS library page for instructions.

Concurrent Enrollment

Attention Sophomores and Juniors. If you plan on taking a summer course at De Anza, Mrs. Emmert will be here today in the CCC during the rally to answer questions and collect forms. If you have questions regarding the process, please stop by the CCC and see Mrs. Amick.

Hello ASB CLUBS!

The end of the year is right around the corner, and with that comes ASB Financial deadlines.    

End of Year Deadlines:

1)      Requests for Reimbursement (check request) – 6/14/19 

2)      Deposit of funds (turning in Money) – 

·         Cash – 6/14/19

3)      Request for Purchase Orders (if you purchase anything over $300.00 you must have a PO in place prior to the purchase) – 6/14/19

I hope this information will be helpful in planning your departure for summer.       

All Seniors and any Non-Returning Students

Don't forget, your student files will be eventually erased!  If you wish to keep any of your assignments from your years at CHS, be sure to save these files by June 7th!  Instructions from the Tech Team were recently emailed to your School Loop account.

Final Transcript Request

Hello Seniors! The registrar is now accepting Final Transcript requests. If you have made your decision on the college you will be attending in the Fall, please come to the registrar’s desk in the main office to order your transcript now. Remember, entering your final college destination in Naviance survey does not mean that you have made your transcript order. You will still have to come in to fill out a transcript request form. The cost is $3 per transcript. All transcript will be mailed out in Mid-June after final grades are entered.

Sports

Girls Golf

All girls interested in joining the Girls Golf Team, please attend a mandatory meeting in room 6206 at today!

Clubs

Space Week

Hey Tino! This week is Space Week presented by Astronomy Club as well as Aviation and Rocketry. Today you will get a chance to view the sun through a telescope and see a model rocket showcase. Hope to see you there!

CSF Graduation Lei Fundraiser

Hey Tino! With graduation day for the class of 2019 coming up, what better way to honor your favorite seniors than a fresh orchid lei from Hawaii! While most local florists charge over $50 for a single lei, we offer affordable prices for high-quality leis. Place our order at tinyurl.com/csfleis19 by May 31!

May 23

General Information

Spring Choir Shows

If you are planning to go to the Spring Choir shows featuring Hairspray, Elvis, Frozen, and Grease, tonight (Thursday) is the only night with tickets left for sale. Friday and Saturday are sold out. Come tonight - Show starts tonight at 7pm in the auditorium.

Yearbook

Hey Tino, it’s almost time to reveal this year’s NUGGET YEARBOOK! Yearbook distribution for SENIORS with an ASB card will begin during senior checkout in the Wagon Wheel from 1:15-3:00pm on Friday 5/31.  Students in grades 9, 10, & 11 with an ASB card can pick up books in the CCC starting at 3:30pm, also on Friday 5/31.  All students who want to pick up their book MUST have a photo ID! 

If you still want to purchase a book you can bring $125 CASH ONLY to Mrs. Balga in the ASB office starting on 5/31 and continuing the following week, if copies remain.  Once we sell out, that’s it! So make sure to purchase your yearbook on 5/31 if you haven’t already. Any other yearbook-related questions can be directed to Ms. Stavis in room 105.  

Library News

All library materials are due Friday, May 24th. Check your locker, closet and under the bed for any missing items. The library will close after period 2 on Thursday for AP Testing.  Please plan your printing needs accordingly.

Looking for something good to read over the summer? Stop by the library and check out the summer reads display. There are suggestions for titles you can find in the public library.

If you haven’t done it already, download the Sora app on your phone. Visit the CHS library page for instructions.

Concurrent Enrollment

Attention Sophomores and Juniors. If you plan on taking a summer course at De Anza, Mrs. Emmert will be here this Friday, May 24th, in the CCC during the rally to answer questions and collect forms. If you have questions regarding the process, please stop by the CCC and see Mrs. Amick.

Hello ASB CLUBS!

The end of the year is right around the corner, and with that comes ASB Financial deadlines.    

End of Year Deadlines:

1)      Requests for Reimbursement (check request) – 6/14/19 

2)      Deposit of funds (turning in Money) – 

·         Cash – 6/14/19

3)      Request for Purchase Orders (if you purchase anything over $300.00 you must have a PO in place prior to the purchase) – 6/14/19

I hope this information will be helpful in planning your departure for summer.       

All Seniors and any Non-Returning Students

Don't forget, your student files will be eventually erased!  If you wish to keep any of your assignments from your years at CHS, be sure to save these files by June 7th!  Instructions from the Tech Team were recently emailed to your School Loop account.

Final Transcript Request

Hello Seniors! The registrar is now accepting Final Transcript requests. If you have made your decision on the college you will be attending in the Fall, please come to the registrar’s desk in the main office to order your transcript now. Remember, entering your final college destination in Naviance survey does not mean that you have made your transcript order. You will still have to come in to fill out a transcript request form. The cost is $3 per transcript. All transcript will be mailed out in Mid-June after final grades are entered.

Hey current sophomores!

Are you signed up to take American Lit Honors next year? Great! Please come to an informational meeting at brunch in Mrs. Padgett’s room today, May 23 at brunch. Mrs. Padgett’s room is room 6222 on the second floor of the new building. Summer reading and how to best prepare for the class over the summer will be the two main points for this meeting. Please email Mrs. Padgett or Ms. Masuda if you cannot make it. 

Sports

Cross Country 

There will be a Cross Country pre-season meeting TODAY at 3:35PM in the bleachers at the track.  Among the items that will be discussed are the concussion requirement, schedule, and summer conditioning.

Girls Golf

All girls interested in joining the Girls Golf Team, please attend a mandatory meeting in room 6206 at lunch this Friday 5/24.

Clubs

Space Week

Hey Tino! This week is Space Week presented by Astronomy Club as well as Aviation and Rocketry. Friday you will get a chance to view the sun through a telescope and see a model rocket showcase. All events will be happening during lunch this week. Hope to see you there!

May 22

General Information

Library News

All library materials are due Friday, May 24. Check your locker, closet and under the bed for any missing items. The library will close after period 2 on Thursday for AP Testing.  Please plan your printing needs accordingly.

Looking for something good to read over the summer? Stop by the library and check out the summer reads display. There are suggestions for titles you can find in the public library.

If you haven’t done it already, download the Sora app on your phone. Visit the CHS library page for instructions.

Concurrent Enrollment

Attention Sophomores and Juniors. If you plan on taking a summer course at De Anza, Mrs. Emmert will be here this Friday, May 24, in the CCC during Tutorial to answer questions and collect forms. If you have questions regarding the process, please stop by the CCC and see Mrs. Amick.

Hello ASB CLUBS!

The end of the year is right around the corner, and with that comes ASB Financial deadlines.    

End of Year Deadlines:

1)      Requests for Reimbursement (check request) – 6/14/19 

2)      Deposit of funds (turning in Money) – 

·         Cash – 6/14/19

3)      Request for Purchase Orders (if you purchase anything over $300.00 you must have a PO in place prior to the purchase) – 6/14/19

I hope this information will be helpful in planning your departure for summer.       

All Seniors and any Non-Returning Students

Don't forget, your student files will be eventually erased!  If you wish to keep any of your assignments from your years at CHS, be sure to save these files by June 7th!  Instructions from the Tech Team were recently emailed to your School Loop account.

Final Transcript Request

Hello Seniors! The registrar is now accepting Final Transcript requests. If you have made your decision on the college you will be attending in the Fall, please come to the registrar’s desk in the main office to order your transcript now. Remember, entering your final college destination in Naviance survey does not mean that you have made your transcript order. You will still have to come in to fill out a transcript request form. The cost is $3 per transcript. All transcript will be mailed out in Mid-June after final grades are entered.

Hey current sophomores! 

Are you signed up to take American Lit Honors next year? Great! Please come to an informational meeting at brunch in Mrs. Padgett’s room tomorrow, May 23 at brunch. Mrs. Padgett’s room is room 6222 on the second floor of the new building. Summer reading and how to best prepare for the class over the summer will be the two main points for this meeting. Please email Mrs. Padgett or Ms. Masuda if you cannot make it. 

Sheriff’s Office Summer Teen Academy

DO YOU HAVE SUMMER PLANS? Do you wonder what happens in police work? Do you want to see a K-9 demonstration or see the inside of the jails and courtroom?

The summer academy is a FREE 2 week program designed to provide you with an inside look at the various aspects of law enforcement. The classes are informative, inspirational, and fun!

Classes begin June 10th and end June 20th. Pick up an application in the main office or apply online on the Sheriff’s Office website. Applications are due by Monday, May 27. Spaces are limited!

Sports

Cross Country

There will be a Cross Country pre-season meeting tomorrow, May 23rd at 3:35PM in the bleachers at the track.  Among the items that will be discussed are the concussion requirement, schedule, and summer conditioning.

Girls Golf

All girls interested in joining the Girls Golf Team, please attend a mandatory meeting in room 6206 at lunch this Friday 5/24.

Clubs

Space Week-May 20- 24

Hey Tino! Get ready for Space Week presented by Astronomy Club as well as Aviation and Rocketry. Today there will be a rocket launch at the field, and on Friday, you will get a chance to view the sun through a telescope and see a cool drone launch. All events will be happening during lunch this week. Hope to see you there!

May 21

General Information

Library News

All library materials are due Friday, May 24. Check your locker, closet and under the bed for any missing items. The library will close after period 2 on Thursday for AP Testing. Please plan your printing needs accordingly.

Concurrent Enrollment

Attention Sophomores and Juniors. If you plan on taking a summer course at De Anza, Mrs. Emmert will be here this Friday, May 24, in the CCC during Tutorial to answer questions and collect forms. If you have questions regarding the process, please stop by the CCC and see Mrs. Amick.

Hello ASB CLUBS!!!

The end of the year is right around the corner, and with that comes ASB Financial deadlines.    

End of Year Deadlines:

1)      Requests for Reimbursement (check request) – 6/14/19 

2)      Deposit of funds (turning in Money) – 

·         Cash – 6/14/19

3)      Request for Purchase Orders (if you purchase anything over $300.00 you must have a PO in place prior to the purchase) – 6/14/19

I hope this information will be helpful in planning your departure for summer.       

All Seniors and any Non-Returning Students

Don't forget, your student files will be eventually erased!  If you wish to keep any of your assignments from your years at CHS, be sure to save these files by June 7th!  Instructions from the Tech Team were recently emailed to your School Loop account.

Final Transcript Request

Hello Seniors! The registrar is now accepting Final Transcript requests. If you have made your decision on the college you will be attending in the Fall, please come to the registrar’s desk in the main office to order your transcript now. Remember, entering your final college destination in Naviance survey does not mean that you have made your transcript order. You will still have to come in to fill out a transcript request form. The cost is $3 per transcript. All transcript will be mailed out in Mid-June after final grades are entered.

Hey current sophomores!

Are you signed up to take American Lit Honors next year? Great! Please come to an informational meeting at brunch in Mrs. Padgett’s room this Thursday, May 23 at brunch. Mrs. Padgett’s room is room 6222 on the second floor of the new building. Summer reading and how to best prepare for the class over the summer will be the two main points for this meeting. Please email Mrs. Padgett or Ms. Masuda if you cannot make it. 

Sheriff’s Office Summer Teen Academy

DO YOU HAVE SUMMER PLANS? Do you wonder what happens in police work? Do you want to see a K-9 demonstration or see the inside of the jails and courtroom?

The summer academy is a FREE 2 week program designed to provide you with an inside look at the various aspects of law enforcement. The classes are informative, inspirational, and fun!

Classes begin June 10th and end June 20th. Pick up an application in the main office or apply online on the Sheriff’s Office website. Applications are due by Monday, May 27th. Spaces are limited!

Sports

Girls Tennis 

All girls players interested in playing tennis in the FALL should come to an informational meeting TODAY May 21, in room 708 during brunch. We will talk about physicals, summer training and tournaments.

Cross Country

There will be a Cross Country pre-season meeting this Thursday, May 23rd at 3:35PM in the bleachers at the track.  Among the items that will be discussed are the concussion requirement, schedule, and summer conditioning.

Girls Golf

All girls interested in joining the Girls Golf Team, please attend a mandatory meeting in room 6206 at lunch this Friday 5/24.

Clubs

Space Week- May 20-24

Hey Tino! Get ready for Space Week presented by Astronomy Club as well as Aviation and Rocketry. Tomorrow there will be a rocket launch at the field, and on Friday, you will get a chance to view the sun through a telescope and see a cool drone launch. All events will be happening during lunch this week, May 20 through May 24. Hope to see you there!

May 20

General Information

AP Studio Art Meeting Today!

Anyone who is signed up for AP Studio Art for next year, please come to the mandatory meeting today during tutorial in room 815.

Library News

All library materials are due Friday, May 24th. Check your locker, closet and under the bed for any missing items. The library will close after period 2 on Thursday for AP Testing.  Please plan your printing needs accordingly.

Concurrent Enrollment

Attention Sophomores and Juniors. If you plan on taking a summer course at De Anza, Mrs. Emmert will be here this Friday, May 24, in the CCC during Tutorial to answer questions and collect forms. If you have questions regarding the process, please stop by the CCC and see Mrs. Amick.

Hello ASB CLUBS!!!  

The end of the year is right around the corner, and with that comes ASB Financial deadlines.    

End of Year Deadlines:

1)      Requests for Reimbursement (check request) – 6/14/19 

2)      Deposit of funds (turning in Money) – 

·         Cash – 6/14/19

3)      Request for Purchase Orders (if you purchase anything over $300.00 you must have a PO in place prior to the purchase) – 6/14/19

I hope this information will be helpful in planning your departure for summer.

All Seniors and any Non-Returning Students  

Don't forget, your student files will be eventually erased!  If you wish to keep any of your assignments from your years at CHS, be sure to save these files by June 7th!  Instructions from the Tech Team were recently emailed to your School Loop account.

Final Transcript Request

Hello Seniors! The registrar is now accepting Final Transcript requests. If you have made your decision on the college you will be attending in the Fall, please come to the registrar’s desk in the main office to order your transcript now. Remember, entering your final college destination in Naviance survey does not mean that you have made your transcript order. You will still have to come in to fill out a transcript request form. The cost is $3 per transcript. All transcript will be mailed out in Mid-June after final grades are entered.

Hey current sophomores! 

Are you signed up to take American Lit Honors next year? Great! Please come to an informational meeting at brunch in Mrs. Padgett’s room this Thursday, May 23 at brunch. Mrs. Padgett’s room is room 6222 on the second floor of the new building. Summer reading and how to best prepare for the class over the summer will be the two main points for this meeting. Please email Mrs. Padgett or Ms. Masuda if you cannot make it. 

Sheriff’s Office Summer Teen Academy

DO YOU HAVE SUMMER PLANS? Do you wonder what happens in police work? Do you want to see a K-9 demonstration or see the inside of the jails and courtroom?

The summer academy is a FREE 2 week program designed to provide you with an inside look at the various aspects of law enforcement. The classes are informative, inspirational, and fun!

Classes begin June 10th and end June 20th. Pick up an application in the main office or apply online on the Sheriff’s Office website. Applications are due by Monday, May 27th. Spaces are limited!

Sports

FALL CHEER TRYOUTS
Cheer team tryouts for the fall cheer season start today at 4:00PM to 6:00PM in the Wagon Wheel. All are welcome. Please see website for more details or ask a current Cupertino Cheerleader!

Girls Tennis 

All girls players interested in playing tennis in the FALL should come to an informational meeting tomorrow, Tuesday, May 21st, in room 708 during brunch. We will talk about physicals, summer training and tournaments.

Girls Golf

All girls interested in joining the Girls Golf Team, please attend a mandatory meeting in room 6206 at lunch this Friday 5/24.

Clubs

Space Week- May 20- 24

Hey Tino! Get ready for Space Week presented by Astronomy Club as well as Aviation and Rocketry. Today, in room 504, we will be conducting the Delayed Choice Quantum Eraser Experience. On Wednesday, there will be a rocket launch at the field, and on Friday, you will get a chance to view the sun through a telescope and see a cool drone launch. All events will be happening during lunch May 20 through May 24. Hope to see you there!

May 17

General Information

Concurrent Enrollment

Attention Sophomores and Juniors. If you plan on taking a summer course at De Anza, Mrs. Emmert will be here TODAY and next Friday, May 24, in the CCC during Tutorial to answer questions and collect forms. If you have questions regarding the process, please stop by the CCC and see Mrs. Amick.

Hello ASB CLUBS!!!  

The end of the year is right around the corner, and with that comes ASB Financial deadlines.    

End of Year Deadlines:

1)      Requests for Reimbursement (check request) – 6/14/19

2)      Deposit of funds (turning in Money) –

·         Checks – TODAY, 5/17/19

·         Cash – 6/14/19

3)      Request for Purchase Orders (if you purchase anything over $300.00 you must have a PO in place prior to the purchase) – 6/14/19.

I hope this information will be helpful in planning your departure for summer.       

All Seniors and any Non-Returning Students 

Don't forget, your student files will be erased in early June!  If you wish to keep any of your assignments from your years at CHS, be sure to save these files by May 31st!  Instructions were recently emailed to your School Loop account.

Final Transcript Request

Hello Seniors! The registrar is now accepting Final Transcript requests. If you have made your decision on the college you will be attending in the Fall, please come to the registrar’s desk in the main office to order your transcript now. Remember, entering your final college destination in Naviance survey does not mean that you have made your transcript order. You will still have to come in to fill out a transcript request form. The cost is $3 per transcript. All transcript will be mailed out in Mid-June after final grades are entered.

Hey current sophomores!

Are you signed up to take American Lit Honors next year? Great! Please come to an informational meeting at brunch in Mrs. Padgett’s room on Thursday, May 23 at brunch. Mrs. Padgett’s room is room 6222 on the second floor of the new building. Summer reading and how to best prepare for the class over the summer will be the two main points for this meeting. Please email Mrs. Padgett or Ms. Masuda if you cannot make it. 

Sheriff’s Office Summer Teen Academy

DO YOU HAVE SUMMER PLANS? Do you wonder what happens in police work? Do you want to see a K-9 demonstration or see the inside of the jails and courtroom?

The summer academy is a FREE 2 week program designed to provide you with an inside look at the various aspects of law enforcement. The classes are informative, inspirational, and fun!

Classes begin June 10 and end June 20. Pick up an application in the main office or apply online on the Sheriff’s Office website. Applications are due by Monday, May 27. Spaces are limited!

Sports

Field Hockey Meeting

All field hockey players and anyone interested in playing this coming season, there will be an informational meeting TODAY in the mat room during brunch. Please be there at the very BEGINNING of brunch. 

FALL CHEER TRYOUTS
The cheer team will be hosting tryouts for the fall cheer season starting on May 20th at 4:00PM to 6:00PM in the Wagon Wheel. All are welcome. Please see website for more details or ask a current Cupertino Cheerleader!

Girls Tennis

All girls players interested in playing tennis in the FALL should come to an informational meeting on Tuesday, May 21 in room 708 during brunch. We will talk about physicals, summer training and tournaments.

Girls Golf

All girls interested in joining the Girls Golf Team, please attend a mandatory meeting in room 6206 at lunch on Friday 5/24.

Clubs

Space Week- May 20-24

Hey Tino! Get ready for Space Week presented by Astronomy Club as well as Aviation and Rocketry. On Monday, in room 504, we will be conducting the Delayed Choice Quantum Eraser Experience. On Wednesday, there will be a rocket launch at the field, and on Friday, you will get a chance to view the sun through a telescope and see a cool drone launch. All events will be happening during lunch May 20 through May 24. Hope to see you there!

May 16

General Information

Concurrent Enrollment

Attention Sophomores and Juniors. If you plan on taking a summer course at De Anza, Mrs. Emmert will be here tomorrow, Friday, May 17th and next Friday, May 24th, in the CCC during Tutorial to answer questions and collect forms. If you have questions regarding the process, please stop by the CCC and see Mrs. Amick.

Hello ASB CLUBS!!! 

The end of the year is right around the corner, and with that comes ASB Financial deadlines.    

End of Year Deadlines:

1)     Requests for Reimbursement (check request) – 6/14/19

2)     Deposit of funds (turning in Money) –

·         Checks – 5/17/19

·         Cash – 6/14/19

3)     Request for Purchase Orders (if you purchase anything over $300.00 you must have a PO in place prior to the purchase) – 6/14/19

I hope this information will be helpful in planning your departure for summer.       

All Seniors and any Non-Returning Students

Don't forget, your student files will be erased in early June!  If you wish to keep any of your assignments from your years at CHS, be sure to save these files by May 31st!  Instructions were recently emailed to your School Loop account.

Final Transcript Request

Hello Seniors! The registrar is now accepting Final Transcript requests. If you have made your decision on the college you will be attending in the Fall, please come to the registrar’s desk in the main office to order your transcript now. Remember, entering your final college destination in Naviance survey does not mean that you have made your transcript order. You will still have to come in to fill out a transcript request form. The cost is $3 per transcript. All transcript will be mailed out in Mid-June after final grades are entered.

Hey current sophomores!

Are you signed up to take American Lit Honors next year? Great! Please come to an informational meeting at brunch in Mrs. Padgett’s room on Thursday, May 23 at brunch. Mrs. Padgett’s room is room 6222 on the second floor of the new building. Summer reading and how to best prepare for the class over the summer will be the two main points for this meeting. Please email Mrs. Padgett or Ms. Masuda if you cannot make it. 

Sheriff’s Office Summer Teen Academy

DO YOU HAVE SUMMER PLANS? Do you wonder what happens in police work? Do you want to see a K-9 demonstration or see the inside of the jails and courtroom?

The summer academy is a FREE 2 week program designed to provide you with an inside look at the various aspects of law enforcement. The classes are informative, inspirational, and fun! 

Classes begin June 10th and end June 20th. Pick up an application in the main office or apply online on the Sheriff’s Office website. Applications are due by Monday, May 27th. Spaces are limited!

Sports

Field Hockey Meeting

All field hockey players and anyone interested in playing this coming season, there will be an informational meeting tomorrow, Friday the 17th, in the mat room during brunch. Please be there at the very BEGINNING of brunch. 

FALL CHEER TRYOUTS
The cheer team will be hosting tryouts for the fall cheer season starting on May 20th at 4:00PM to 6:00PM in the Wagon Wheel.

All are welcome. Please see website for more details or ask a current Cupertino Cheerleader!

Girls Tennis

All girls players interested in playing tennis in the FALL should come to an informational meeting on Tuesday, May 21 in room 708 during brunch. We will talk about physicals, summer training and tournaments.

Clubs

Space Week-May 20-24

Hey Tino! Get ready for Space Week presented by Astronomy Club as well as Aviation and Rocketry. On Monday, in room 504, we will be conducting the Delayed Choice Quantum Eraser Experience. On Wednesday, there will be a rocket launch at the field, and on Friday, you will get a chance to view the sun through a telescope and see a cool drone launch. All events will be happening during lunch May 20th through May 24th. Hope to see you there!

May 15

General Information

Hello ASB CLUBS

The end of the year is right around the corner, and with that comes ASB Financial deadlines.    

End of Year Deadlines:

  1. Requests for Reimbursement (check request) – 6/14/19
  2. Deposit of funds (turning in Money)
    1. Checks – 5/17/19
    2. Cash – 6/14/19
  3. Request for Purchase Orders (if you purchase anything over $300.00 you must have a PO in place prior to the purchase) – 6/14/19

I hope this information will be helpful in planning your departure for summer.       

All Seniors and any Non-Returning Students  

Don't forget, your student files will be erased in early June!  If you wish to keep any of your assignments from your years at CHS, be sure to save these files by May 31st!  Instructions were recently emailed to your School Loop account.

Final Transcript Request

Hello Seniors! The registrar is now accepting Final Transcript requests. If you have made your decision on the college you will be attending in the Fall, please come to the registrar’s desk in the main office to order your transcript now. Remember, entering your final college destination in Naviance survey does not mean that you have made your transcript order. You will still have to come in to fill out a transcript request form. The cost is $3 per transcript. All transcript will be mailed out in Mid-June after final grades are entered.

Hey current sophomores!

Are you signed up to take American Lit Honors next year? Great! Please come to an informational meeting at brunch in Mrs. Padgett’s room on Thursday, May 23 at brunch. Mrs. Padgett’s room is room 6222 on the second floor of the new building. Summer reading and how to best prepare for the class over the summer will be the two main points for this meeting. Please email Mrs. Padgett or Ms. Masuda if you cannot make it. 

Sheriff’s Office Summer Teen Academy

DO YOU HAVE SUMMER PLANS? Do you wonder what happens in police work? Do you want to see a K-9 demonstration or see the inside of the jails and courtroom?

The summer academy is a FREE 2 week program designed to provide you with an inside look at the various aspects of law enforcement. The classes are informative, inspirational, and fun!

Classes begin June 10th and end June 20th. Pick up an application in the main office or apply online on the Sheriff’s Office website. Applications are due by Monday, May 27th. Spaces are limited!

Sports

Field Hockey Meeting

All field hockey players and anyone interested in playing this coming season, there will be an informational meeting this Friday the 17th in the mat room during brunch. Please be there at the very BEGINNING of brunch. 

FALL CHEER TRYOUTS
The cheer team will be hosting tryouts for the fall cheer season starting on May 20th at 4:00PM to 6:00PM in the Wagon Wheel.

All are welcome. Please see website for more details or ask a current Cupertino Cheerleader!

May 14

General Information

Seniors!  

As we rapidly approach the end of the school year, the school district tech team reminds you that all of the files from your FUHSD Google Account will be deleted, and you have until May 31st to transfer that information to a personal Gmail account. Please check your School Loop email for full instructions.

Final Transcript Request

Hello Seniors! The registrar is now accepting Final Transcript requests. If you have made your decision on the college you will be attending in the Fall, please come to the registrar’s desk in the main office to order your transcript now. Remember, entering your final college destination in Naviance survey does not mean that you have made your transcript order. You will still have to come in to fill out a transcript request form. The cost is $3 per transcript. All transcript will be mailed out in Mid-June after final grades are entered.

Hey current sophomores!

Are you signed up to take American Lit Honors next year? Great! Please come to an informational meeting at brunch in Mrs. Padgett’s room on Thursday, May 23 at brunch. Mrs. Padgett’s room is room 6222 on the second floor of the new building. Summer reading and how to best prepare for the class over the summer will be the two main points for this meeting. Please email Mrs. Padgett or Ms. Masuda if you cannot make it.  

Sheriff’s Office Summer Teen Academy

DO YOU HAVE SUMMER PLANS? Do you wonder what happens in police work? Do you want to see a K-9 demonstration or see the inside of the jails and courtroom?

The summer academy is a FREE 2 week program designed to provide you with an inside look at the various aspects of law enforcement. The classes are informative, inspirational, and fun!

Classes begin June 10th and end June 20th. Pick up an application in the main office or apply online on the Sheriff’s Office website. Applications are due by Monday, May 27th. Spaces are limited!

Sports 

Field Hockey Meeting

All field hockey players and anyone interested in playing this coming season, there will be an informational meeting this Friday the 17th in the mat room during brunch. Please be there at the very BEGINNING of brunch. 

FALL CHEER TRYOUTS

The cheer team will be hosting tryouts for the fall cheer season starting on May 20th at 4:00PM to 6:00PM in the Wagon Wheel. All are welcome. Please see website for more details or ask a current Cupertino Cheerleader!

May 13

General Information

Seniors!  

As we rapidly approach the end of the school year, the school district tech team reminds you that all of the files from your FUHSD Google Account will be deleted, and you have until May 31st to transfer that information to a personal Gmail account. Please check your School Loop email for full instructions.

Final Transcript Request

Hello Seniors! The registrar is now accepting Final Transcript requests. If you have made your decision on the college you will be attending in the Fall, please come to the registrar’s desk in the main office to order your transcript now. Remember, entering your final college destination in Naviance survey does not mean that you have made your transcript order. You will still have to come in to fill out a transcript request form. The cost is $3 per transcript. All transcript will be mailed out in Mid-June after final grades are entered.

Hey current sophomores!

Are you signed up to take American Lit Honors next year? Great! Please come to an informational meeting at brunch in Mrs. Padgett’s room on Thursday, May 23 at brunch. Mrs. Padgett’s room is room 6222 on the second floor of the new building. Summer reading and how to best prepare for the class over the summer will be the two main points for this meeting. Please email Mrs. Padgett or Ms. Masuda if you cannot make it. 

FALL CHEER TRYOUTS
The cheer team will be hosting tryouts for the fall cheer season starting on May 20 at 4 to 6 p.m. in the Wagon Wheel.

All are welcome. Please see website for more details or ask a current Cupertino Cheerleader!

Sheriff’s Office Summer Teen Academy

DO YOU HAVE SUMMER PLANS? Do you wonder what happens in police work? Do you want to see a K-9 demonstration or see the inside of the jails and courtroom?

The summer academy is a FREE 2 week program designed to provide you with an inside look at the various aspects of law enforcement. The classes are informative, inspirational, and fun!

Classes begin June 10th and end June 20th. Pick up an application in the main office or apply online on the Sheriff’s Office website. Applications are due by Monday, May 27. Spaces are limited!

May 10

General Information

Seniors!  

As we rapidly approach the end of the school year, the school district tech team reminds you that all of the files from your FUHSD Google Account will be deleted, and you have until May 31st to transfer that information to a personal Gmail account. Please check your School Loop email for full instructions.

Lost and Found

If you have lost an item, please be sure to check the Lost and Found TODAY!! Anything left over at the end of the school day today will be donated!!

Final Transcript Request

Hello Seniors! The registrar is now accepting Final Transcript requests. If you have made your decision on the college you will be attending in the Fall, please come to the registrar’s desk in the main office to order your transcript now. Remember, entering your final college destination in Naviance survey does not mean that you have made your transcript order. You will still have to come in to fill out a transcript request form. The cost is $3 per transcript. All transcript will be mailed out in Mid-June after final grades are entered.

Sheriff’s Office Summer Teen Academy

DO YOU HAVE SUMMER PLANS? Do you wonder what happens in police work? Do you want to see a K-9 demonstration or see the inside of the jails and courtroom?

The summer academy is a FREE 2 week program designed to provide you with an inside look at the various aspects of law enforcement. The classes are informative, inspirational, and fun!

Classes begin June 10th and end June 20th. Pick up an application in the main office or apply online on the Sheriff’s Office website.

Applications are due by Monday, May 27th. Spaces are limited!

May 7

General Information

Seniors!  

As we rapidly approach the end of the school year, the school district tech team reminds you that all of the files from your FUHSD Google Account will be deleted, and you have until May 31st to transfer that information to a personal Gmail account. Please check your School Loop email for full instructions.

Lost and Found

The Lost and Found is overflowing! If you have lost an item, please be sure to check the Lost and Found, located in the College and Career Center, by this Friday. Everything left after Friday will be donated!

Final Transcript Request

Hello Seniors! The registrar is now accepting Final Transcript requests. If you have made your decision on the college you will be attending in the Fall, please come to the registrar’s desk in the main office to order your transcript now. Remember, entering your final college destination in Naviance survey does not mean that you have made your transcript order. You will still have to come in to fill out a transcript request form. The cost is $3 per transcript. All transcript will be mailed out in Mid-June after final grades are entered.

Library News

Today and tomorrow AP Testing will take place in the library. The library will be closed during testing. Please plan your printing needs around the schedule.

Student Center for Success (SCS) will be held in the café due AP Testing.

Sheriff’s Office Summer Teen Academy

DO YOU HAVE SUMMER PLANS? Do you wonder what happens in police work? Do you want to see a K-9 demonstration or see the inside of the jails and courtroom?

The summer academy is a FREE 2 week program designed to provide you with an inside look at the various aspects of law enforcement. The classes are informative, inspirational, and fun!

Classes begin June 10th and end June 20th. Pick up an application in the main office or apply online on the Sheriff’s Office website. Applications are due by Monday, May 27th. Spaces are limited.

May 6

General Information 

Lost and Found

The Lost and Found is overflowing! If you have lost an item, please be sure to check the Lost and Found, located in the College and Career Center, by this Friday. Everything left after Friday will be donated!

Final Transcript Request

Hello Seniors! The registrar is now accepting Final Transcript requests. If you have made your decision on the college you will be attending in the Fall, please come to the registrar’s desk in the main office to order your transcript now. Remember, entering your final college destination in Naviance survey does not mean that you have made your transcript order. You will still have to come in to fill out a transcript request form. The cost is $3 per transcript. All transcript will be mailed out in Mid-June after final grades are entered. 

Library News

Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday this week, AP Testing will take place in the library. The library will be closed during testing. Please plan your printing needs around the schedule.

Student Center for Success (SCS) will be held in the café due AP Testing.

Sheriff’s Office Summer Teen Academy

DO YOU HAVE SUMMER PLANS? Do you wonder what happens in police work? Do you want to see a K-9 demonstration or see the inside of the jails and courtroom?

The summer academy is a FREE 2 week program designed to provide you with an inside look at the various aspects of law enforcement. The classes are informative, inspirational, and fun!

Classes begin June 10th and end June 20th. Pick up an application in the main office or apply online on the Sheriff’s Office website. Applications are due by Monday, May 27th. Spaces are limited!

May 3

General Information

Concurrent Enrollment

Are you a current 10th or 11th grade student that is interested in taking a class at De Anza or Foothill this summer?  There will be a Concurrent Enrollment presentation today during tutorial in the cafeteria.  Come to hear what you need to do in order to take a summer class.

Final Transcript Request

Hello Seniors! The registrar is now accepting Final Transcript requests. If you have made your decision on the college you will be attending in the Fall, please come to the registrar’s desk in the main office to order your transcript now. Remember, entering your final college destination in Naviance survey does not mean that you have made your transcript order. You will still have to come in to fill out a transcript request form. The cost is $3 per transcript. All transcript will be mailed out in Mid-June after final grades are entered.

Drama News

Acting! Plan to audition for Cupertino Actors Theatre's 2019-2020 season? Want to get more involved with theatre performance or tech at Tino? Come meet Ms. Conrad and Cupertino Actors Theatre students during tutorial today in the blackbox theatre (room 903 behind the band room) and get your questions answered!

Have you ever wondered about how the worlds of business and the arts interact? Are you a branding expert or social media genius?  Would you like to put your talents to work in a real world situation and earn honors credit? Cupertino Actors Theatre is looking for people to work in business management and publicity for next year! Contact Ms. Conrad for details or stop by the blackbox today during tutorial, brunch, or lunch!

Advanced Choir Auditions

Attention all students not currently in choir! Be a part of our award winning and touring Choir Program.

Advanced Choir Auditions will be held today after school in the choir room from 3:30pm to 5pm. Please Sign up on the Choir Room door, room 802, for an audition time. Be prepared to sing the “Star Spangled Banner” also known as our “National Anthem.”  Thee “Oh say can you see…” Song. Auditions are private and positive after school today. See or email Mr. Aron with any questions.

Library News:

Next Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, AP Testing will take place in the library. The library will be closed during testing. Please plan your printing needs around the schedule.

Student Center for Success (SCS) will be held in the café due AP Testing.

Sheriff’s Office Summer Teen Academy

DO YOU HAVE SUMMER PLANS? Do you wonder what happens in police work? Do you want to see a K-9 demonstration or see the inside of the jails and courtroom?

The summer academy is a FREE 2 week program designed to provide you with an inside look at the various aspects of law enforcement. The classes are informative, inspirational, and fun!

Classes begin June 10th and end June 20th. Pick up an application in the main office or apply online on the Sheriff’s Office website. Applications are due by Monday, May 27th. Spaces are limited!

Clubs

Women in Tech Panel

Hey Tino! Do you want pizza? Are you interested in knowing what it’s like working at tech companies like Microsoft and Oracle? If so, you should come out to room 312 today at lunch to hear a panel of engineers talk about their experiences in working in the tech industry.

Cupertino Final Smash Tourney

Hey Tino! Summer is almost here and Gaming Club would like to celebrate with one final smash!! It will be held today after school from 3:30pm – 6:30pm in room 418. More information can be found on Schoolloop. 

May 1

General Information

Attention all AP Students!

All students taking AP exams must pick up their student packs today and tomorrow only during brunch and lunch at room 301.

Concurrent Enrollment

Are you a current 10th or 11th grade student that is interested in taking a class at De Anza or Foothill this summer?  There will be a Concurrent Enrollment presentation THIS Friday during tutorial in the cafeteria.  Come to hear what you need to do in order to take a summer class.

Final Transcript Request

Hello Seniors! The registrar is now accepting Final Transcript requests. If you have made your decision on the college you will be attending in the Fall, please come to the registrar’s desk in the main office to order your transcript now. Remember, entering your final college destination in Naviance survey does not mean that you have made your transcript order. You will still have to come in to fill out a transcript request form. The cost is $3 per transcript. All transcript will be mailed out in Mid-June after final grades are entered.

Drama News

Acting! Plan to audition for Cupertino Actors Theatre's 2019-2020 season? Want to get more involved with theatre performance or tech at Tino? Come meet Ms. Conrad and Cupertino Actors Theatre students during tutorial today and Friday in the blackbox theatre (room 903 behind the band room) and get your questions answered!

Have you ever wondered about how the worlds of business and the arts interact? Are you a branding expert or social media genius?  Would you like to put your talents to work in a real world situation and earn honors credit? Cupertino Actors Theatre is looking for people to work in business management and publicity for next year! Contact Ms. Conrad for details or stop by the blackbox any day this week during tutorial, brunch, or lunch!

Advanced Choir Auditions

Attention all students not currently in choir! Be a part of our award winning and touring Choir Program.

Advanced Choir Auditions will be held this coming Friday in the choir room from 3:30pm to 5pm, May 3rd.

Please Sign up on the Choir Room door, room 802, for an audition time. Be prepared to sing the “Star Spangled Banner” also known as our “National Anthem.”  Thee “Oh say can you see…” Song. Auditions are private and positive. Auditions are Friday May 3rd. See or email Mr. Aron with any questions.

Library News:

Next Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, AP Testing will take place in the library. The library will be closed during testing. Please plan your printing needs around the schedule.

Student Center for Success (SCS) will be held in the café due AP Testing.

Sheriff’s Office Summer Teen Academy

DO YOU HAVE SUMMER PLANS? Do you wonder what happens in police work? Do you want to see a K-9 demonstration or see the inside of the jails and courtroom?

The summer academy is a FREE 2 week program designed to provide you with an inside look at the various aspects of law enforcement. The classes are informative, inspirational, and fun!

Classes begin June 10th and end June 20th. Pick up an application in the main office or apply online on the Sheriff’s Office website. Applications are due by Monday, May 27th. Spaces are limited!

Clubs

Tpumps Fundraiser

Red Cross will be selling Tpumps for $5 in the quad today at lunch!

Tinovation Guest Speaker Event

Hey Tino! Tinovation is hosting a huge guest speaker event today at lunch in room 312. Hiroshi Lockheimer, the senior VP at Platforms and Ecocystems at Google will be speaking about his experience as one of the founders of Android and how his work affects billions of people. We hope to see you there!

NHS End of Year Ceremony

Hi NHS! We will be having our end of the year ceremony today in the Wagon Wheel. Members who have met the credit checkpoint will receive a certificate .There will be food too! See you there! 

Women in Tech Panel

Hey Tino! Do you want pizza? Are you interested in knowing what it’s like working at tech companies like Microsoft and Oracle? If so, you should come out to room 312 this Friday, May 3rd, at lunch to hear a panel of engineers talk about their experiences in working in the tech industry.

Cupertino Final Smash Tourney

Hey Tino! Summer is almost here and Gaming Club would like to celebrate with one final smash!! It will be held this Friday, May 3rd, after school from 3:30pm – 6:30pm in room 418. More information can be found on Schoolloop.

April

April 30

General Information

Attention all AP Students!

All students taking  AP exams must pick up their student packs Wednesday and Thursday only during brunch and lunch at room 301.

Final Transcript Request

Hello Seniors! The registrar is now accepting Final Transcript requests. If you have made your decision on the college you will be attending in the Fall, please come to the registrar’s desk in the main office to order your transcript now. Remember, entering your final college destination in Naviance survey does not mean that you have made your transcript order. You will still have to come in to fill out a transcript request form. The cost is $3 per transcript. All transcript will be mailed out in Mid-June after final grades are entered.

Drama News

Acting! Plan to audition for Cupertino Actors Theatre's 2019-2020 season? Want to get more involved with theatre performance or tech at Tino? Come meet Ms. Conrad and Cupertino Actors Theatre students during tutorial this Wednesday and Friday in the blackbox theatre (room 903 behind the band room) and get your questions answered!

Have you ever wondered about how the worlds of business and the arts interact? Are you a branding expert or social media genius?  Would you like to put your talents to work in a real world situation and earn honors credit? Cupertino Actors Theatre is looking for people to work in business management and publicity for next year! Contact Ms. Conrad for details or stop by the blackbox any day this week during tutorial, brunch, or lunch!

Attention All Student Drivers!

If you park in the teachers’ parking areas (entire back of the school and ½ the band lot), or park on campus without a parking permit, you may receive a $45.00 Parking Ticket from Code Enforcement. The Sheriff’s office may be out ticketing cars soon so our advice is to park only with a permit and only in the student parking areas. Thank you Pioneers!

Advanced Choir Auditions

Attention all students not currently in choir! Be a part of our award winning and touring Choir Program.

Advanced Choir Auditions will be held this coming Friday in the choir room from 3:30pm to 5pm, May 3rd.

Please Sign up on the Choir Room door, room 802, for an audition time. Be prepared to sing the “Star Spangled Banner” also known as our “National Anthem.”  Thee “Oh say can you see…” Song. Auditions are private and positive. Auditions are Friday May 3rd . See or email Mr. Aron with any questions.

Sheriff’s Office Summer Teen Academy

DO YOU HAVE SUMMER PLANS? Do you wonder what happens in police work? Do you want to see a K-9 demonstration or see the inside of the jails and courtroom?

The summer academy is a FREE 2 week program designed to provide you with an inside look at the various aspects of law enforcement. The classes are informative, inspirational, and fun!

Classes begin June 10th and end June 20. Pick up an application in the main office or apply online on the Sheriff’s Office website. Applications are due by Monday, May 27. Spaces are limited!

Clubs

Go Club

Hey Tino! Come out to Go Club today at lunch in room 407. There will be pizza!

Tinovation Guest Speaker Event

Hey Tino! Tinovation is hosting a huge guest speaker event tomorrow, May 1, at lunch in room 312. Hiroshi Lockheimer, the senior VP at Platforms and Ecocystems at Google will be speaking about his experience as one of the founders of Android and how his work affects billions of people. We hope to see you there!

NHS End of Year Ceremony

Hi NHS! We will be having our end of the year ceremony tomorrow at lunch in the Wagon Wheel. Members who have met the credit checkpoint will receive a certificate .There will be food too! See you there! 

Women in Tech Panel

Hey Tino! Do you want pizza? Are you interested in knowing what it’s like working at tech companies like Microsoft and Oracle? If so, you should come out to room 312 this Friday, May 3, at lunch to hear a panel of engineers talk about their experiences in working in the tech industry.

April 29

General Information

Attention All Student Drivers!

If you park in the teachers’ parking areas (entire back of the school and ½ the band lot), or park on campus without a parking permit, you may receive a $45.00 Parking Ticket from Code Enforcement. The Sheriff’s office may be out ticketing cars soon so our advice is to park only with a permit and only in the student parking areas. Thank you Pioneers!

Advanced Choir Auditions

Attention all students not currently in choir! Be a part of our award winning and touring Choir Program.

Advanced Choir Auditions will be held this coming Friday, May 3 in the choir room from 3:30 to 5 p.m. 

Please Sign up on the Choir Room door, room 802, for an audition time. Be prepared to sing the “Star Spangled Banner” also known as our “National Anthem.” The “Oh say can you see…” song.

Auditions are private and positive. Auditions are Friday May 3. See or email Mr. Aron with any questions.

Sheriff’s Office Summer Teen Academy

DO YOU HAVE SUMMER PLANS? Do you wonder what happens in police work? Do you want to see a K-9 demonstration or see the inside of the jails and courtroom?

The summer academy is a FREE 2 week program designed to provide you with an inside look at the various aspects of law enforcement. The classes are informative, inspirational, and fun!

Classes begin June 10 and end June 20. Pick up an application in the main office or apply online on the Sheriff’s Office website.

Applications are due by Monday, May 27. Spaces are limited!

Clubs

GSA Information Meeting

Hello! The GSA will be holding an informational meeting at lunch today for prospective members next year. Please come out and join us!

Chess Club Meeting

Want to play chess? Learn some new techniques? Then come out to the Chess Club today at lunch in Mr. Tsai’s room 420. See you there!!

Tinovation Guest Speaker Event

Hey Tino! Tinovation is hosting a huge guest speaker event this Wednesday, May 1, at lunch in room 312. Hiroshi Lockheimer, the senior VP at Platforms and Ecocystems at Google will be speaking about his experience as one of the founders of Android and how his work affects billions of people. We hope to see you there!

Women in Tech Panel

Hey Tino! Do you want pizza? Are you interested in knowing what it’s like working at tech companies like Microsoft and Oracle? If so, you should come out to room 312 this Friday, May 3, at lunch to hear a panel of engineers talk about their experiences in working in the tech industry.

April 26

General Information

Attention All Student Drivers!

If you park in the teachers’ parking areas (entire back of the school and ½ the band lot), or park on campus without a parking permit, you may receive a $45.00 Parking Ticket from Code Enforcement. The Sheriff’s office may be out ticketing cars soon so our advice is to park only with a permit and only in the student parking areas. Thank you Pioneers!

FUHSD Wellness Week Carnival

Hey Tino! If you would like to take a break from studying, come out to the Wellness Week Carnival at Homestead High tomorrow from 4-6pm! We’ll be having photo booths, smoothies, stress-relieving arts and crafts, giant Jenga, Bean Boozled, and many more carnival games.

Sheriff’s Office Summer Teen Academy

DO YOU HAVE SUMMER PLANS? Do you wonder what happens in police work? Do you want to see a K-9 demonstration or see the inside of the jails and courtroom?

The summer academy is a FREE 2 week program designed to provide you with an inside look at the various aspects of law enforcement. The classes are informative, inspirational, and fun! 

Classes begin June 10 and end June 20. Pick up an application in the main office or apply online on the Sheriff’s Office website. Applications are due by Monday, May 27. Spaces are limited.

CHS Scholarships

Attention Seniors: This is a reminder that applications for the Wesley Marks and the CHS Athletic Boosters scholarships are due next week. The Wesley Marks Scholarship will be awarded to two senior athletes for $5,000 each and only ONE application has been submitted so far! That deadline is May 1. The CHS Athletic Boosters is awarding $500 to one male and one female student-athlete with the deadline being May 3rd. Details for each scholarship are posted on Naviance but if you have any questions, please see Mrs. Amick in the College & Career Center.

Clubs

Christian Club

Salutations Tino! Have you ever been curious about Christianity, and why some people choose to believe in Jesus? Or are you a Christian interested meeting with other believers at school? Or do you want pizza? If so, then you are in luck! CHS Footprints Christian Club is hosting a weeklong conference all this week. Please come to Room 202 during lunch to learn more about Christianity in a safe and non-imposing way.  Everyone is welcome, and you do not have to commit to coming out every day. See you there!

GSA Information Meeting

Hello! The GSA will be holding an informational meeting at lunch on Monday, April 29, for prospective members next year. Please come out and join us! 

Chess Club Meeting

Want to play chess? Learn some new techniques? Then come out to the Chess Club next Monday at lunch in Mr. Tsai’s room 420. See you there!!

Tinovation Guest Speaker Event

Hey Tino! Tinovation is hosting a huge guest speaker event next Wednesday, May, at lunch in room 312. Hiroshi Lockheimer, the senior VP at Platforms and Ecocystems at Google will be speaking about his experience as one of the founders of Android and how his work affects billions of people. We hope to see you there!

Women in Tech Panel

Hey Tino! Do you want pizza? Are you interested in knowing what it’s like working at tech companies like Microsoft and Oracle? If so, you should come out to room 312 next Friday, May 3, at lunch to hear a panel of engineers talk about their experiences in working in the tech industry.

April 24

General Information

Attention All Student Drivers!

If you park in the teachers’ parking areas (entire back of the school and ½ the band lot), or park on campus without a parking permit, you may receive a $45.00 Parking Ticket from Code Enforcement. The Sheriff’s office may be out ticketing cars soon so our advice is to park only with a permit and only in the student parking areas. Thank you Pioneers!

FUHSD Wellness Week Carnival

Hey Tino! If you would like to take a break from studying, come out to the Wellness Week Carnival at Homestead High this Friday from 4-6pm! We’ll be having photo booths, smoothies, stress-relieving arts and crafts, giant Jenga, Bean Boozled, and many more carnival games.

Sheriff’s Office Summer Teen Academy

DO YOU HAVE SUMMER PLANS? Do you wonder what happens in police work? Do you want to see a K-9 demonstration or see the inside of the jails and courtroom?

The summer academy is a FREE 2 week program designed to provide you with an inside look at the various aspects of law enforcement. The classes are informative, inspirational, and fun! 

Classes begin June 10th and end June 20th. Pick up an application in the main office or apply online on the Sheriff’s Office website. Applications are due by Monday, May 27th. Spaces are limited!

CHS Scholarships

Attention Seniors: This is a reminder that applications for the Wesley Marks and the CHS Athletic Boosters scholarships are due next week. The Wesley Marks Scholarship will be awarded to two senior athletes for $5,000 each and only ONE application has been submitted so far! That deadline is May 1st. The CHS Athletic Boosters is awarding $500 to one male and one female student-athlete with the deadline being May 3rd. Details for each scholarship are posted on Naviance but if you have any questions, please see Mrs. Amick in the College & Career Center.

Clubs

Christian Club

Salutations Tino! Have you ever been curious about Christianity, and why some people choose to believe in Jesus? Or are you a Christian interested meeting with other believers at school? Or do you want pizza? If so, then you are in luck! CHS Footprints Christian Club is hosting a weeklong conference all this week. Please come to Room 202 during lunch to learn more about Christianity in a safe and non-imposing way.  Everyone is welcome, and you do not have to commit to coming out every day. See you there!

GSA Information Meeting

Hello! The GSA will be holding an informational meeting at lunch on Monday, April 29, for prospective members next year. Please come out and join us! 

Chess Club Meeting

Want to play chess? Learn some new techniques? Then come out to the Chess Club next Monday at lunch in Mr. Tsai’s room 420. See you there!!

Tinovation Guest Speaker Event

Hey Tino! Tinovation is hosting a huge guest speaker event next Wednesday, May 1, at lunch in room 312. Hiroshi Lockheimer, the senior VP at Platforms and Ecocystems at Google will be speaking about his experience as one of the founders of Android and how his work affects billions of people. We hope to see you there!

Women in Tech Panel

Hey Tino! Do you want pizza? Are you interested in knowing what it’s like working at tech companies like Microsoft and Oracle? If so, you should come out to room 312 next Friday, May 3,  at lunch to hear a panel of engineers talk about their experiences in working in the tech industry.

April 23

General Information

FUHSD Wellness Week Carnival

Hey Tino! If you would like to take a break from studying, come out to the Wellness Week Carnival at Homestead High this Friday from 4 to 6 p.m.! We’ll be having photo booths, smoothies, stress-relieving arts and crafts, giant Jenga, Bean Boozled, and many more carnival games.

Sheriff’s Office Summer Teen Academy

DO YOU HAVE SUMMER PLANS? Do you wonder what happens in police work? Do you want to see a K-9 demonstration or see the inside of the jails and courtroom?

The summer academy is a FREE 2 week program designed to provide you with an inside look at the various aspects of law enforcement. The classes are informative, inspirational, and fun! 

Classes begin June 10 and end June 20. Pick up an application in the main office or apply online on the Sheriff’s Office website. Applications are due by Monday, May 27. Spaces are limited!

CHS Scholarships

Attention Seniors: This is a reminder that applications for the Wesley Marks and the CHS Athletic Boosters scholarships are due next week. The Wesley Marks Scholarship will be awarded to two senior athletes for $5,000 each and only one application has been submitted so far! That deadline is May 1. The CHS Athletic Boosters is awarding $500 to one male and one female student-athlete with the deadline being May 3rd. Details for each scholarship are posted on Naviance but if you have any questions, please see Mrs. Amick in the College & Career Center.

Community College Fair

This Wednesday, we will be having a mini-Community College Fair in the quad. Representatives from De Anza, Foothill, Mission College, and San Jose City College plan on participating. Stop by and check out what each campus has to offer!

Clubs

Christian Club

Salutations Tino! Have you ever been curious about Christianity, and why some people choose to believe in Jesus? Or are you a Christian interested meeting with other believers at school? Or do you want free pizza? If so, then you are in luck! CHS Footprints Christian Club is hosting a weeklong conference all this week until Friday, April 26. Please come to Room 202 during lunch to learn more about Christianity in a safe and non-imposing way.  Everyone is welcome, and you do not have to commit to coming out every day. See you there! We’ll be waiting with the pizza.

Chess Club Meeting

Want to play chess? Learn some new techniques? Them come out to the Chess Club next Monday at lunch in Mr. Tsai’s room 420. See you there!!

April 22

General Information

Sheriff’s Office Summer Teen Academy

Do you have summer plans? Do you wonder what happens in police work? Do you want to see a K-9 demonstration or see the inside of the jails and courtroom?

The summer academy is a free 2 week program designed to provide you with an inside look at the various aspects of law enforcement. The classes are informative, inspirational, and fun! 

Classes begin June 10 and end June 20. Pick up an application in the main office or apply online on the Sheriff’s Office website. Applications are due by Monday, May 27. Spaces are limited!

CHS Scholarships

Attention Seniors: This is a reminder that applications for the Wesley Marks and the CHS Athletic Boosters scholarships are due next week. The Wesley Marks Scholarship will be awarded to two senior athletes for $5,000 each and only one application has been submitted so far! That deadline is May 1. The CHS Athletic Boosters is awarding $500 to one male and one female student-athlete with the deadline being May 3. Details for each scholarship are posted on Naviance but if you have any questions, please see Mrs. Amick in the College & Career Center.

Community College Fair

This Wednesday, we will be having a mini-Community College Fair in the quad. Representatives from De Anza, Foothill, Mission College, and San Jose City College plan on participating. Stop by and check out what each campus has to offer!

April 10

General Information

Spring into Break Spirit Week

This week is Spring Break Spirit Week! Today is Wednesday is Wild West Wednesday, Thursday is Time Travel Thursday, and Friday is Five More Minutes Friday! Look on Facebook for more info!

Alumni Speaker

Attention Seniors: 2018 alumna Sandalina Sattar will be speaking in the College & Career Center this Friday during tutorial. As an active ASB Leader, cheerleader, and strong academic student, Sandalina applied to and was accepted at several UC’s, CSU's and private colleges. She’ll be discussing her decision making process and why she chose to attend Foothill Community College. As many of you seniors contemplate your future options, please come listen to Sandalina speak about the pros and cons of the community college path.

FBI Teen Academy

Are you interested in law enforcement? Want to learn more about the FBI? Are you available on May 7, 2019? Then apply to join the FBI Teen Academy by April 19, 2019. Check your school loop email from Mrs. Nafrada for details.

Sheriff’s Office Summer Teen Academy

DO YOU HAVE SUMMER PLANS? Do you wonder what happens in police work? Do you want to see a K-9 demonstration or see the inside of the jails and courtroom?

The summer academy is a FREE 2 week program designed to provide you with an inside look at the various aspects of law enforcement. The classes are informative, inspirational, and fun!

Classes begin June 10 and end June 20. Pick up an application in the main office or apply online on the Sheriff’s Office website. Applications are due by Monday, May 27. Spaces are limited!

Clubs

Interact’s Salvation Army Clothing Drive

Hey Tino! Do you have any forgotten old clothes sitting around at home? Interact is holding a clothing drive through April 13! There will be donation boxes in the quad, room 6205 (Mr. Yeh’s room), and around campus. Clothes will be donated to Salvation Army for the benefit of adult rehabilitation.

Trans Visibility Panel/Presentation

Come out to the Trans Visibility Panel and Presentation today at lunch in room 213 to learn more about transgender identities.

April 9

General Information

Spring into Break Spirit Week

This week is Spring Break Spirit Week! Today is Tournament Tuesday, Wednesday is Wild West Wednesday, Thursday is Time Travel Thursday, and Friday is Five More Minutes Friday! Look on Facebook for more info!

Seniors!

There will be an information meeting for Seniors who are interested in presenting a Speech at either the Baccalaureate or Graduation ceremony at Brunch TODAY in the College & Career Center.

Alumni Speaker

Attention Seniors: 2018 alumna Sandalina Sattar will be speaking in the College & Career Center this Friday during tutorial. As an active ASB Leader, cheerleader, and strong academic student, Sandalina applied to and was accepted at several UC’s, CSU's and private colleges. She’ll be discussing her decision making process and why she chose to attend Foothill Community College. As many of you seniors contemplate your future options, please come listen to Sandalina speak about the pros and cons of the community college path.

FBI Teen Academy

Are you interested in law enforcement? Want to learn more about the FBI? Are you available on May 7, 2019? Then apply to join the FBI Teen Academy by April 19, 2019. Check your school loop email from Mrs. Nafrada for details.

Sheriff’s Office Summer Teen Academy

DO YOU HAVE SUMMER PLANS? Do you wonder what happens in police work? Do you want to see a K-9 demonstration or see the inside of the jails and courtroom?

The summer academy is a FREE 2 week program designed to provide you with an inside look at the various aspects of law enforcement. The classes are informative, inspirational, and fun!

Classes begin June 10th and end June 20th. Pick up an application in the main office or apply online on the Sheriff’s Office website. Applications are due by Monday, May 27th. Spaces are limited!

Clubs

Interact’s Salvation Army Clothing Drive

Hey Tino! Do you have any forgotten old clothes sitting around at home? Interact is holding a clothing drive through April 13th! There will be donation boxes in the quad, room 6205 (Mr. Yeh’s room), and around campus. Clothes will be donated to Salvation Army for the benefit of adult rehabilitation.

Environmental Club Guest Speaker

Hello Pioneers! Environmental Club will be hosting Gary Latshaw, a member of the Cupertino City Sustainability Commission. He will be discussing the Green New Deal! Meet us today at lunch in room 7103! We welcome all students and will provide pizza. Again, it’s today at lunch in room 7103!

Trans Visibility Panel/Presentation

Come out to the Trans Visibility Panel and Presentation on Wednesday, April 10th, at lunch in room 213 to learn more about transgender identities.

April 8

General Information

Summer Teen Academy

Do you have summer plans? Do you wonder what happens in police work? Do you want to see a K-9 demonstration or see the inside of the jails and courtroom?

The summer academy is a free two week program designed to provide you with an inside look at the various aspects of law enforcement. The classes are informative, inspirational, and fun!

Classes begin June 10 and end June 20. Pick up an application in the main office or apply online on the Sheriff’s Office website. Applications are due by Monday, May 27. Spaces are limited!

Dance Team Auditions

Dance Team Auditions begin today at 3:45 p.m. in the dance studio. Come and join the award winning Golden Spurs Dance Team. Perform at football games, basketball games, community events, and competitions! We hope to see you there! 

Spring into Break Spirit Week

This week is Spring Break Spirit Week! Monday is Matching Monday, Tuesday is Tournament Tuesday, Wednesday is Wild West Wednesday, Thursday is Time Travel Thursday, and Friday is Five More Minutes Friday! Look on Facebook for more info!

Clubs

Interact’s Salvation Army Clothing Drive

Hey Tino! Do you have any forgotten old clothes sitting around at home? Interact is holding a clothing drive through April 13! There will be donation boxes in the quad, room 6205 (Mr. Yeh’s room), and around campus. Clothes will be donated to Salvation Army for the benefit of adult rehabilitation.

Environmental Club Guest Speaker

Hello Pioneers! Environmental Club will be hosting Gary Latshaw, a member of the Cupertino City Sustainability Commission. He will be discussing the Green New Deal! Meet us Tuesday, April 9, at lunch in room 7103! We welcome all students and will provide pizza. Again, it’s next Tuesday at lunch in room 7103!

Trans Visibility Panel/Presentation

Come out to the Trans Visibility Panel and Presentation on Wednesday, April 10, at lunch in room 213 to learn more about transgender identities.

April 4

General Information

Challenge Day:

For those who have submitted their challenge day permission slips, please check your Loop Mail. You should have received important information for next Monday’s Challenge Day. It is not too late to sign up. Permission slips are located in the main office lobby.         

Summer Teen Academy

DO YOU HAVE SUMMER PLANS? Do you wonder what happens in police work? Do you want to see a K-9 demonstration or see the inside of the jails and courtroom?

The summer academy is a FREE 2 week program designed to provide you with an inside look at the various aspects of law enforcement. The classes are informative, inspirational, and fun!

Classes begin June 10 and end June 20. Pick up an application in the main office or apply online on the Sheriff’s Office website. Applications are due by Monday, May 27. Spaces are limited!

Dance Team Auditions

The Golden Spurs are looking for dancers to join their award winning team. Workshops and auditions will be April 8-10 in the dance studio at CHS from 3:45 to 7 p.m. Perform at football and basketball games and competitions. We hope to see you there!

Spring into Break Spirit Week

Next week is Spring Break Spirit Week! Monday is Matching Monday, Tuesday is Tournament Tuesday, Wednesday is Wild West Wednesday, Thursday is Time Travel Thursday, and Friday is Five More Minutes Friday! Look on Facebook for more info!

Clubs

Interact’s Salvation Army Clothing Drive

Hey Tino! Do you have any forgotten old clothes sitting around at home? Interact is holding a clothing drive through April 13! There will be donation boxes in the quad, room 6205 (Mr. Yeh’s room), and around campus. Clothes will be donated to Salvation Army for the benefit of adult rehabilitation.

Senior Directory of Machine Learning Speaker

Hey Tino! Are you interested in the field of Machine Learning? If so, come out to room 312 today at lunch to hear about Madnura’s experience as a machine learning directory at her company, Workday! 

Environmental Club Guest Speaker

Hello Pioneers! Environmental Club will be hosting Gary Latshaw, a member of the Cupertino City Sustainability Commission. He will be discussing the Green New Deal! Meet us next Tuesday, April 9, at lunch in room 7103! We welcome all students and will provide pizza. Again, it’s next Tuesday at lunch in room 7103!

Trans Visibility Panel/Presentation

Come out to the Trans Visibility Panel and Presentation on Wednesday, April 10, at lunch in room 213 to learn more about transgender identities.

April 3

General Information

Library News

The library will close today after lunch. There will be NO Student Center for Success this afternoon.

Challenge Day:

For those who have submitted their challenge day permission slips, please check your Loop Mail.  You should have received important information for next Monday’s Challenge Day.  It is not too late to sign up.  Permission slips are located in the main office lobby.                              

Summer Teen Academy

DO YOU HAVE SUMMER PLANS? Do you wonder what happens in police work? Do you want to see a K-9 demonstration or see the inside of the jails and courtroom?

The summer academy is a FREE 2 week program designed to provide you with an inside look at the various aspects of law enforcement. The classes are informative, inspirational, and fun!

Classes begin June 10 and end June 20. Pick up an application in the main office or apply online on the Sheriff’s Office website. Applications are due by Monday, May 27. Spaces are limited!

Dance Team Auditions

The Golden Spurs are looking for dancers to join their award winning team. Workshops and auditions will be April 8-10 in the dance studio at CHS from 3:45- 7:00pm. Perform at football and basketball games and competitions. We hope to see you there!

Cupertino Orchestra Spring Concert

Come hear Tino's outstanding orchestras at their Spring Concert tomorrow, Thursday, April 4th, at 7pm in the auditorium. The Homestead High School Orchestra will also perform. The concert will have some entertaining surprises and admission is free. Don't miss it!

Spring into Break Spirit Week

Next week is Spring Break Spirit Week! Monday is Matching Monday, Tuesday is Tournament Tuesday, Wednesday is Wild West Wednesday, Thursday is Time Travel Thursday, and Friday is Five More Minutes Friday! Look on Facebook for more info!

Clubs

Interact’s Salvation Army Clothing Drive

Hey Tino! Do you have any forgotten old clothes sitting around at home? Interact is holding a clothing drive through April 13th! There will be donation boxes in the quad, room 6205 (Mr. Yeh’s room), and around campus. Clothes will be donated to Salvation Army for the benefit of adult rehabilitation.

Senior Directory of Machine Learning Speaker

Hey Tino! Are you interested in the field of Machine Learning? If so, come out to room 312 this Friday to hear about Madnura’s experience as a machine learning directory at her company, Workday! 

Trans Visibility Panel/Presentation

Come out to the Trans Visibility Panel and Presentation next Wednesday, April 10, at lunch in room 213 to learn more about transgender identities.

April 1

General Information

Challenge Day:

For those who have submitted their challenge day permission slips, please check your Loop Mail.  You should have received important information for next Monday’s Challenge Day.  It is not too late to sign up.  Permission slips are located in the main office lobby.  

Summer Teen Academy

DO YOU HAVE SUMMER PLANS? Do you wonder what happens in police work? Do you want to see a K-9 demonstration or see the inside of the jails and courtroom?

The summer academy is a FREE 2 week program designed to provide you with an inside look at the various aspects of law enforcement. The classes are informative, inspirational, and fun!

Classes begin June 10 and end June 20. Pick up an application in the main office or apply online on the Sheriff’s Office website.

Applications are due by Monday, May 27. Spaces are limited!

ASB Commissioner Info Meeting!

Hey Tino! Do you ever wonder how rallies, sporting events, and dances are organized? Do you want to be a student leader? If so, the ASB Leadership class is for you! Come out to the ASB Commissioner interest meeting today at lunch in room 721. We will be going over commissionership, roles, and the application process. See you there!

Dance Team Auditions

The Golden Spurs are looking for dancers to join their award winning team. Workshops and auditions will be April 8-10 in the dance studio at CHS from 3:45- 7:00pm. Perform at football and basketball games and competitions. We hope to see you there!

Cupertino Orchestra Spring Concert

Come hear Tino's outstanding orchestras at their Spring Concert, Thursday, April 4th at 7pm in the auditorium. The Homestead High School Orchestra will also perform. The concert will have some entertaining surprises and admission is free. Don't miss it!

De Anza Registration

Attention Seniors: A representative from De Anza Community College will be hosting a Registration workshop on Monday, April 1st for Seniors planning to enroll in the Fall of 2019. She will also be hosting an Orientation Workshop on Monday, April 8th. Space is limited so reserve your spot today on Naviance. See Mrs. Amick in the CCC with any questions.

Clubs

Interact’s Salvation Army Clothing Drive

Hey Tino! Do you have any forgotten old clothes sitting around at home? Interact is holding a clothing drive starting today, April 1 to 13! There will be donation boxes in the quad, room 6205 (Mr. Yeh’s room), and around campus. Clothes will be donated to Salvation Army for the benefit of adult rehabilitation.

March

March 29

General Information

Summer Teen Academy

DO YOU HAVE SUMMER PLANS? Do you wonder what happens in police work? Do you want to see a K-9 demonstration or see the inside of the jails and courtroom?

The summer academy is a FREE 2 week program designed to provide you with an inside look at the various aspects of law enforcement. The classes are informative, inspirational, and fun!

Classes begin June 10th and end June 20th. Pick up an application in the main office or apply online on the Sheriff’s Office website. Applications are due by Monday, May 27. Spaces are limited!

ASB Commissioner Info Meeting!

Hey Tino! Do you ever wonder how rallies, sporting events, and dances are organized? Do you want to be a student leader? If so, the ASB Leadership class is for you! Come out to the ASB Commissioner interest meeting on Monday, April 1st at lunch in room 721. We will be going over commissionership, roles, and the application process. See you there!

Dance Team Audition Information Night

Come and find out what the dance team is all about. There will be information for parents and dances. Please bring yourself and a parent to the dance studio on April 2 at 7 p.m. 

Cupertino Orchestra Spring Concert

Come hear Tino's outstanding orchestras at their Spring Concert, Thursday, April 4th at 7pm in the auditorium. The Homestead High School Orchestra will also perform. The concert will have some entertaining surprises and admission is free. Don't miss it!

Challenge Day

Challenge Day is coming up!  If you are interested in participating, please check your Loop Mail from Ms. Olson with details on how to sign up and to print your permission slip from that message.  We still have space so please turn in your permission slip to the main office as soon as you can.  We will accept the first 100 students!  For those who have already participated, there is an opportunity to return as a Tino Challenge Leader also indicated in the Loop Mail.  Thank you for “being the change you wish to see at Tino” by coming to Challenge Day in April.

Cupertino Actors Theatre presents “A Wrinkle in Time”

Hey Tino! Tickets for Cupertino Actors Theatre’s spring play, “A Wrinkle in Time” are on sale! Buy your tickets in the quad during brunch or lunch or visit the link on the CAT Facebook page! Performances are on March 29 and 30 at 7pm and March 30 at 1pm in the CHS Theater. Tickets are $8 with an ASB, $10 pre-sale, and $12 at the door. Buy your tickets today! See you there!

Library News

Library is CLOSED today from 7:30 a.m. through lunch for ELPAC Testing.

De Anza Registration

Attention Seniors: A representative from De Anza Community College will be hosting a Registration workshop on Monday, April 1st for Seniors planning to enroll in the Fall of 2019. She will also be hosting an Orientation Workshop on Monday, April 8th. Space is limited so reserve your spot today on Naviance. See Mrs. Amick in the CCC with any questions.

Clubs

Interact’s Salvation Army Clothing Drive

Hey Tino! Do you have any forgotten old clothes sitting around at home? Interact is holding a clothing drive from April 1 to 13! There will be donation boxes in the quad, room 6205 (Mr. Yeh’s room), and around campus. Clothes will be donated to Salvation Army for the benefit of adult rehabilitation.

March 28

General Information

Seniors

Today is the last day to purchase a senior panoramic pictures.   Forms are located in the office with Ms. D.    

ASB Commissioner Info Meeting!

Hey Tino! Do you ever wonder how rallies, sporting events, and dances are organized? Do you want to be a student leader? If so, the ASB Leadership class is for you! Come out to the ASB Commissioner interest meeting on Monday, April 1 at lunch in room 721. We will be going over commissionership, roles, and the application process. See you there!

Class of 2020 Council

The 2020 class council advisors (Ms. Loo & Mrs. Hazeghi) will be holding a meeting for prospective council candidates to talk about expectations and norms for next year. The meeting today at lunch in room 6232. If you are planning to run for 2020 class council, please come by!

Dance Team Audition Information Night

Come and find out what the dance team is all about. There will be information for parents and dances. Please bring yourself and a parent to the dance studio on April 2 at 7 p.m. 

Cupertino Orchestra Spring Concert

Come hear Tino's outstanding orchestras at their Spring Concert, Thursday, April 4 at 7 p.m. in the auditorium. The Homestead High School Orchestra will also perform. The concert will have some entertaining surprises and admission is free. Don't miss it!

International Week

Hey Pioneers! Today is Games day! Here’s today’s trivia question: From where did chess originate?   Join us in the Quad during brunch to find out the answer!  You can also watch ‘Tino Echo” do some hip hop to international music!

During lunch, it’s games day. Try out different games from all over the world. See if you can beat Mr. Walczak at kendama. He’s really good! We’ve also got robots, lotería, chopstick games and many more!  

Challenge Day

Challenge Day is coming up!  If you are interested in participating, please check your Loop Mail from Ms. Olson with details on how to sign up and to print your permission slip from that message.  We still have space so please turn in your permission slip to the main office as soon as you can.  We will accept the first 100 students!  For those who have already participated, there is an opportunity to return as a Tino Challenge Leader also indicated in the Loop Mail.  Thank you for “being the change you wish to see at Tino” by coming to Challenge Day in April.

Cupertino Actors Theatre presents “A Wrinkle in Time”

Hey Tino! Tickets for Cupertino Actors Theatre’s spring play, “A Wrinkle in Time” are on sale! Buy your tickets in the quad during brunch or lunch or visit the link on the CAT Facebook page! Performances are on March 29, and 30 at 7pm and March 30 at 1pm in the CHS Theater. Tickets are $8 with an ASB, $10 pre-sale, and $12 at the door. Buy your tickets today! See you there!

Library News

Library is CLOSED Friday from 7:30 a.m. through lunch for ELPAC Testing.

De Anza Registration

Attention Seniors: A representative from De Anza Community College will be hosting a Registration workshop on Monday, April 1 for Seniors planning to enroll in the Fall of 2019. She will also be hosting an Orientation Workshop on Monday, April 8. Space is limited so reserve your spot today on Naviance. See Mrs. Amick in the CCC with any questions.

Clubs

Interact’s Salvation Army Clothing Drive

Hey Tino! Do you have any forgotten old clothes sitting around at home? Interact is holding a clothing drive from April 1 to 13! There will be donation boxes in the quad, room 6205 (Mr. Yeh’s room), and around campus. Clothes will be donated to Salvation Army for the benefit of adult rehabilitation.

March 27

General Information

Class of 2020 Council

The 2020 class council advisors (Ms. Loo & Mrs. Hazeghi) will be holding a meeting for prospective council candidates to talk about expectations and norms for next year. The meeting will be at lunch on Thursday, 3/28 in room 6232. If you are planning to run for 2020 class council, please come by!

Dance Team Audition Information Night

Come and find out what the dance team is all about. There will be information for parents and dances. Please bring yourself and a parent to the dance studio on April 2 at 7 p.m. 

Cupertino Orchestra Spring Concert

Come hear Tino's outstanding orchestras at their Spring Concert, Thursday, April 4 at 7 p.m. in the auditorium. The Homestead High School Orchestra will also perform. The concert will have some entertaining surprises and admission is free. Don't miss it!

Seniors

Thursday the 28 will be the last day to purchase a senior panoramic pictures. Forms are located in the office with Ms. D.    

International Week

Hey Tino! Come out to the quad today during brunch to see a fashion show that showcases ethnic clothing styles. This is always a highlight of International Week.

Today’s lunch is Hunger Awareness Day!  Learn more about how hunger affects so many people in our world by attending the Oxfam lunch in the Wagon Wheel.  Food is provided and will be given on a first come first serve basis to the first 50 students.

According to a new United Nations report, approximately 815 million people suffer from chronic hunger worldwide–more than the population of the United States, Canada and the European Union combined. Currently, conflict and drought have pushed four nations to the brink of famine: South Sudan, Nigeria, Yemen, and Somalia are facing catastrophic humanitarian crises, where millions are at risk of starvation. In response to this ongoing crisis, the Oxfam Hunger Banquet, led by UNICEF and the Cooking club, is tailored to highlight and spread awareness about the famine crisis. Just come over to the Wagon Wheel at lunch time.  The first 50 students will get to participate.

BLOOD DRIVE IS COMING!

One month from today, CHS will be holding its annual Spring Blood Drive in partnership with the Stanford Blood Center. We are a very generous school with donating blood, among the best in the region. But for many students, they are turned away because of low iron. If you want to donate blood, you may want to think about adding some iron to your diet. Eating meat is a great way to build your iron, but if you are a vegetarian, be sure to include vegetables like sweet potatoes, beet greens, broccoli and spinach. A healthy diet is great for you and it may also allow you to help others. The blood drive is on April 29.

Challenge Day

Challenge Day is coming up!  If you are interested in participating, please check your Loop Mail from Ms. Olson with details on how to sign up and to print your permission slip from that message.  We still have space so please turn in your permission slip to the main office as soon as you can.  We will accept the first 100 students!  For those who have already participated, there is an opportunity to return as a Tino Challenge Leader also indicated in the Loop Mail.  Thank you for “being the change you wish to see at Tino” by coming to Challenge Day in April.

Cupertino Actors Theatre presents “A Wrinkle in Time”

Hey Tino! Tickets for Cupertino Actors Theatre’s spring play, “A Wrinkle in Time” are on sale! Buy your tickets in the quad during brunch or lunch or visit the link on the CAT Facebook page! Performances are on March 29 and 30 at 7 p.m. and March 30 at 1 p.m. in the CHS Theater. Tickets are $8 with an ASB, $10 pre-sale, and $12 at the door. Buy your tickets today!

Library News

Come celebrate International Week in the library, today period 4 and Thursday, period 3. Learn more about the diverse cultures at Cupertino.

Library is CLOSED Friday from 7:30 a.m. through lunch for ELPAC Testing.

De Anza Registration

Attention Seniors: A representative from De Anza Community College will be hosting a Registration workshop on Monday, April 1 for Seniors planning to enroll in the Fall of 2019. She will also be hosting an Orientation Workshop on Monday, April 8. Space is limited so reserve your spot today on Naviance. See Mrs. Amick in the CCC with any questions.

March 26

General Information

International Week

Hey Tino! Today is Music and Arts day! Here’s today’s international Trivia question:  Out of the 900 paintings Van Gogh created, how many did he sell during his lifetime?  Find out the answer in the Quad at brunch while you’re listening to entertainment provided by Music Club!

During lunch it’s Music and Arts Day!  Try doing the Tinikling dance, get a henna tattoo and learn how to make Korean knots - or maybe you’d rather write poems in different languages!  Come on out and join the fun!

Seniors

Thursday the 28th will be the last day to purchase a senior panoramic pictures.   Forms are located in the office with Ms. D.    

BLOOD DRIVE IS COMING!

One month from today, CHS will be holding its annual Spring Blood Drive in partnership with the Stanford Blood Center. We are a very generous school with donating blood, among the best in the region. But for many students, they are turned away because of low iron. If you want to donate blood, you may want to think about adding some iron to your diet. Eating meat is a great way to build your iron, but if you are a vegetarian, be sure to include vegetables like sweet potatoes, beet greens, broccoli and spinach. A healthy diet is great for you and it may also allow you to help others. The blood drive is on April 29th.

Challenge Day

Challenge Day is coming up!  If you are interested in participating, please check your Loop Mail from Ms. Olson with details on how to sign up and to print your permission slip from that message.  We still have space so please turn in your permission slip to the main office as soon as you can.  We will accept the first 100 students!  For those who have already participated, there is an opportunity to return as a Tino Challenge Leader also indicated in the Loop Mail.  Thank you for “being the change you wish to see at Tino” by coming to Challenge Day in April.

Cupertino Actors Theatre presents “A Wrinkle in Time”

Hey Tino! Tickets for Cupertino Actors Theatre’s spring play, “A Wrinkle in Time” are on sale! Buy your tickets in the quad during brunch or lunch or visit the link on the CAT Facebook page! Performances are on March 22, 23, 29, and 30 at 7pm and March 23 and 30 at 1pm in the CHS Theater. Tickets are $8 with an ASB, $10 pre-sale, and $12 at the door. Buy your tickets today! See you there!

Library News

Come celebrate International Week in the library, Wednesday period 4 and Thursday, period 3. Learn more about the diverse cultures at Cupertino. Library is CLOSED Friday from 7:30 through lunch for ELPAC Testing.

De Anza Registration

Attention Seniors: A representative from De Anza Community College will be hosting a Registration workshop on Monday, April 1st for Seniors planning to enroll in the Fall of 2019. She will also be hosting an Orientation Workshop on Monday, April 8th. Space is limited so reserve your spot today on Naviance. See Mrs. Amick in the CCC with any questions.

Clubs

Go Club Meeting

Hey Tino! Come out to Go Club’s meeting today at lunch in room 407. There will be pizza!

Tinovation Google Doodle Guest Speaker

Come out to the Tinovation meeting this Thursday in room 312 at lunch to listen to Alyssa Winans, a Google designer who works on the homepage doodle artwork that billions of people see each day! She will be talking about the large role that art plays in the field of computer science, something which we don’t hear about too often. See you there!

March 25

General Information

BLOOD DRIVE IS COMING!

One month from today, CHS will be holding its annual Spring Blood Drive in partnership with the Stanford Blood Center. We are a very generous school with donating blood, among the best in the region. But for many students, they are turned away because of low iron. If you want to donate blood, you may want to think about adding some iron to your diet. Eating meat is a great way to build your iron, but if you are a vegetarian, be sure to include vegetables like sweet potatoes, beet greens, broccoli and spinach. A healthy diet is great for you and it may also allow you to help others. The blood drive is on April 29.

Challenge Day

The next Challenge Day will be taking place on Monday, April 8th in the Field House.  If you are interested in participating, please check your Loop Mail from Ms. Olson with details on how to sign up and to print your permission slip from that message.  Be sure to return your permission slip to the main office as soon as you can because we are looking to accept the first 100 students!  For those who have already participated, there is an opportunity to return as a Tino Challenge Leader also indicated in the Loop Mail.  Thank you for “being the change you wish to see at Tino” by coming to Challenge Day in April.

Cupertino Actors Theatre presents “A Wrinkle in Time”

Hey Tino! Tickets for Cupertino Actors Theatre’s spring play, “A Wrinkle in Time” are on sale! Buy your tickets in the quad during brunch or lunch or visit the link on the CAT Facebook page! Remaining performances are on March 29 and 30 at 7pm and March 30 at 1pm in the CHS Theater. Tickets are $8 with an ASB, $10 pre-sale, and $12 at the door. Buy your tickets today! See you there!

De Anza Registration

Attention Seniors: A representative from De Anza Community College will be hosting a Registration workshop on Monday, April 1st for Seniors planning to enroll in the Fall of 2019. She will also be hosting an Orientation Workshop on Monday, April 8th. Space is limited so reserve your spot today on Naviance. See Mrs. Amick in the CCC with any questions.

International Week

Hey Tino! International Week starts today! Today’s trivia question is:  In which country is tipping considered extremely offensive?  Find out during brunch in the Quad! And while you’re there, try to do the Limbo! Or just help us hold the poles. Either way, it’s fun.

Today’s lunch  is Global Awareness day.  Come out to the quad to learn about how to help the Environment, the importance of ending the R word, GSA issues, and info about ASL. Leo Club is going to share some info about poverty in the world.

Make sure you pick up a passport and get a stamp in it for each activity you do so you can try some food on Friday.

March 21

General Information

Challenge Day

The next Challenge Day will be taking place on Monday, April 8th in the Field House.  If you are interested in participating, please check your Loop Mail from Ms. Olson with details on how to sign up and to print your permission slip from that message.  Be sure to return your permission slip to the main office as soon as you can because we are looking to accept the first 100 students!  For those who have already participated, there is an opportunity to return as a Tino Challenge Leader also indicated in the Loop Mail.  Thank you for “being the change you wish to see at Tino” by coming to Challenge Day in April.

Clubs

NCHS Meeting

Attention all NCHS members! Please come to our meeting today at lunch in room 407 to learn about upcoming volunteer events as well as international week updates. We hope to see you there! 

UNICEF’s Wear Blue Day

Hey Tino! Did you know that 1 in 9 children don’t have access to safe water? Water connects every aspect of life, and access to safe water and sanitation contributes to improved health and helps prevent the spread of infectious diseases. The week you can help raise awareness about this serious issue by wearing blue this Friday as part of UNICEF’s Water Crisis Campaign.

Cupertino Actors Theatre presents “A Wrinkle in Time"

Hey Tino! Tickets for Cupertino Actors Theatre’s spring play, “A Wrinkle in Time” are on sale! Buy your tickets in the quad during brunch or lunch or visit the link on the CAT Facebook page! Performances are on March 22, 23, 29, and 30 at 7pm and March 23 and 30 at 1pm in the CHS Theater. Tickets are $8 with an ASB, $10 pre-sale, and $12 at the door. Buy your tickets today! See you there!

March 19

General Information

International Week

Hi everyone! International week starts next week! We will celebrate the diversity of cultures that are present at Tino! Join us to learn more about places around the world. During this week, numerous clubs will be hosting a variety of games and fun activities at the quad. If your club is interested in participating, please have a club officer show up to our meeting TODAY in room 317 during lunch.

Challenge Day

The next Challenge Day will be taking place on Monday, April 8th in the Field House.  If you are interested in participating, please check your Loop Mail from Ms. Olson with details on how to sign up and to print your permission slip from that message.  Be sure to return your permission slip to the main office as soon as you can because we are looking to accept the first 100 students!  For those who have already participated, there is an opportunity to return as a Tino Challenge Leader also indicated in the Loop Mail.  Thank you for “being the change you wish to see at Tino” by coming to Challenge Day in April.

Clubs

Black Student Union Meeting

Hey Tino! Are you interested in learning more about African American culture and having meaningful, progressive discussions? If so, come out to room 109 today at lunch. All are welcome!

March 15

General Information

Job Fair

On Monday, March 18th, Bayco will be hosting their 3rd Annual Job Fair right here at CHS. It will be held in the cafeteria from 3-5pm. Dozens of internships, jobs and volunteer positions as well as resume review workshops. Please see the flyer on the College & Career Center window for further details.

Clubs

Black Student Union Meeting

Hey Tino! Are you interested in learning more about African American culture and having meaningful, progressive discussions? If so, come out to room 109 next Tuesday, March 19th, at lunch. All are welcome!

March 14

General Information

Job Fair

On Monday, March 18, Bayco will be hosting their 3rd Annual Job Fair right here at CHS. It will be held in the cafeteria from 3 to 5 p.m. Dozens of internships, jobs and volunteer positions as well as resume review workshops. Please see the flyer on the College & Career Center window for further details.

Library News

The library will be CLOSED today from 7:30 a.m. until lunch for ELPAC Testing. Please plan accordingly.

Clubs

Black Student Union Meeting

Hey Tino! Are you interested in learning more about African American culture and having meaningful, progressive discussions? If so, come out to room 109 next Tuesday, March 19, at lunch. All are welcome! 

March 13

General Information

Job Fair

On Monday, March 18, Bayco will be hosting their 3rd Annual Job Fair right here at CHS. It will be held in the cafeteria from 3 to 5 p.m. Dozens of internships, jobs and volunteer positions as well as resume review workshops. Please see the flyer on the College & Career Center window for further details.

Attention Students Participating in Job Shadow Day!

Please note that the orientation session scheduled for Wednesday, March 13 is cancelled as several students have schedule conflicts. Instead, you will receive a link to the presentation via email. Please email us at tinojobshadow@gmail.com, if you have any questions after seeing the presentation, and remember to email your host ASAP, if you have not done so already!

Library News

The library will be CLOSED today and tomorrow from 7:30 a.m. until lunch for ELPAC Testing. Please plan accordingly.

Senior Panoramic Photo

Hey class of 2019 Seniors! Make sure to come out to the visitor’s side of the bleachers during tutorial TODAY (Wednesday, March 13) to take the senior panoramic photo. This photo is mandatory and will be available for purchase.

Clubs

Black Student Union Meeting

Hey Tino! Are you interested in learning more about African American culture and having meaningful, progressive discussions? If so, come out to room 109 next Tuesday, March 19, at lunch. All are welcome! 

March 12

General Information

Library News

The library will be CLOSED today, tomorrow and Thursday from 7:30 a.m. until lunch for ELPAC Testing. Please plan accordingly.

March 11

General Information

Library News

Today CHS is hosting an author visit during tutorial in the College and Career Center!  Kelley Loy Gilbert will discuss her new book, Picture Us in the Light.  See you then!

The library will be CLOSED Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 7:30 a.m until lunch for ELPAC Testing. Please plan accordingly.

March 7

General Information

Yearbook Applications

Hey Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors! Do you want to learn photography, writing, and graphic design, and gain professional experience at an on-campus publication? Applications for the CHS Nugget Yearbook Staff is now open to all students! No experience is required and everyone is welcome! For more information, check out our application on SchoolLoop news. All applications will be due Monday, March 11th. Please feel free to see Mrs. Stavis in room 105 if you have any questions.  

Attention current 11th graders!

Course selection reminder! Please remember to turn in your teacher advising form and course selection half sheet in your US History classes this Thursday (today) and Friday (tomorrow). Don’t forget to register for your classes two places: Infinite Campus and Informed K12. Let’s make picking classes a smooth and happy process! Yay for picking courses for your senior year!

ASB Card Sale

Hey Tino!!!    Have you purchased an ASB Card?   Do you want a Yearbook full of memories to last you a life time?  Yes?   Then you are in luck – ASB is having a FLASH sale this week, ending tomorrow, Friday 3/8/19.   Supplies are very limited so get it while you can.   The ASB Card includes the 2018-2019 Nugget Yearbook, discounts on dance ticket prices, and free entrance to all home athletic games (except tournaments) for the school year.  It also helps support a variety of programs at CHS including the ASB class, yearbook program, student newspaper, athletics, and other school-wide events/activities.

Purchasing an ASB Card is the only way to get a Yearbook.  The ASB Card is $110.00 and can be purchased online or in person at the ASB Office (Checks made payable to CHS or Cash only for in person purchases).   

Library News

CHS will host an author visit during tutorial on Monday, March 11.  Kelley Loy Gilbert's new book, Picture Us in the Light contains many themes that will hit close to home for all 'Tino students, as the book is about high school kids living right here in our city.  Come on up to the library and check out a copy!

Fremont Fantastics

Come out tomorrow evening from 7-9pm at Fremont High School for Fantastics, a spirited and exciting interdistrict rally with all FUHSD schools participating. There will games, performances, food, and loads of fun! Tickets will be sold lunch by the ASB Room all throughout this week. Don't miss out!

Clubs

CEO and Founder of Falkonry Guest Speaker

Hey Tino! Come out to Women in Tech’s guest speaker event tomorrow in room 312 during lunch. Nikunj Mehta will talk about his journey in successfully making his start up. 

March 6

General Information

Yearbook Applications

Hey Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors! Do you want to learn photography, writing, and graphic design, and gain professional experience at an on-campus publication? Applications for the CHS Nugget Yearbook Staff is now open to all students! No experience is required and everyone is welcome! For more information, check out our application on SchoolLoop news. All applications will be due Monday, March 11. Please feel free to see Mrs. Stavis in room 105 if you have any questions. 

Attention current 11th graders!

Course selection reminder! Please remember to turn in your teacher advising form and course selection half sheet in your US History classes this Thursday and Friday. Don’t forget to register for your classes two places: Infinite Campus and Informed K12. Let’s make picking classes a smooth and happy process! Yay for picking courses for your senior year!

ASB Card Sale

Have you purchased an ASB Card? Do you want a Yearbook full of memories to last you a life time? Then you are in luck – ASB is having a FLASH sale this week, ending Friday 3/8/19. Supplies are very limited so get it while you can. The ASB Card includes the 2018-2019 Nugget Yearbook, discounts on dance ticket prices, and free entrance to all home athletic games (except tournaments) for the school year. It also helps support a variety of programs at CHS including the ASB class, yearbook program, student newspaper, athletics, and other school-wide events/activities.

Purchasing an ASB Card is the only way to get a Yearbook.  The ASB Card is $110 and can be purchased online or in person at the ASB Office (Checks made payable to CHS or Cash only for in person purchases).   

Library News

CHS will host an author visit during tutorial on Monday, March 11. Kelley Loy Gilbert's new book, Picture Us in the Light, contains many themes that will hit close to home for all 'Tino students, as the book is about high school kids living right here in our city. Come on up to the library and check out a copy!

Fremont Fantastics

Come out this Friday from 7 to 9 p.m. at Fremont High School for Fantastics, a spirited and exciting inter-district rally with all FUHSD schools participating. There will games, performances, food, and loads of fun! Tickets will be sold lunch by the ASB Room all throughout this week. Don't miss out!

March 5

General Information

Attention Current 11th graders!

Course selection reminder! Please remember to turn in your teacher advising form and course selection half sheet in your US History classes this Thursday and Friday. Don’t forget to register for your classes two places: Infinite Campus and Informed K12. Let’s make picking classes a smooth and happy process! Yay for picking courses for your senior year!

ASB Card Sale

Have you purchased an ASB Card? Do you want a Yearbook full of memories to last you a life time? Then you are in luck – ASB is have a FLASH sale starting on Monday 3/4/19 and ending Friday 3/8/19. Supplies are very limited so get it while you can. The ASB Card includes the 2018-2019 Nugget Yearbook, discounts on dance ticket prices, and free entrance to all home athletic games (except tournaments) for the school year. It also helps support a variety of programs at CHS including the ASB class, yearbook program, student newspaper, athletics, and other school-wide events/activities.

Purchasing an ASB Card is the only way to get a Yearbook. The ASB Card is $110 and can be purchased online or in person at the ASB Office (Checks made payable to CHS or Cash only for in person purchases).   

Library News

CHS will host an author visit during tutorial on Monday, March 11. Kelley Loy Gilbert's new book, Picture Us in the Light, contains many themes that will hit close to home for all 'Tino students, as the book is about high school kids living right here in our city. Come on up to the library and check out a copy!

Fremont Fantastics

Come out this Friday from 7 to 9 p.m. at Fremont High School for Fantastics, a spirited and exciting inter-district rally with all FUHSD schools participating. There will games, performances, food, and loads of fun! Tickets will be sold lunch by the ASB Room all throughout this week. Don't miss out!

Clubs

Course Selection and Pizza

Are you still confused on which courses to take? Do you want to hear about the experiences of students who have actually taken the class you are interested in? Then come out to Cupertino Science Society’s meeting during lunch today in room 401 where we will be telling you about the options for some courses that you can take! We will also be describing our own experiences in order to give you all an insight of the kind of work you will be doing in that particular course. There will be pizza! Hope to see you there!

March 4

General Information

Library News

CHS will host an author visit during tutorial on Monday, March 11. Kelley Loy Gilbert's new book, Picture Us in the Light contains many themes that will hit close to home for all 'Tino students, as the book is about high school kids living right here in our city. Come on up to the library and check out a copy!

Clubs

Course Selection and Pizza

Hey Tino! Are you still confused on which courses to take? Do you want to hear about the experiences of students who have actually taken the class you are interested in? Then come out to Cupertino Science Society’s meeting during lunch on Tuesday, March 5, in room 401 where we will be telling you about the options for some courses that you can take! We will also be describing our own experiences in order to give you all an insight of the kind of work you will be doing in that particular course. There is will pizza! Hope to see you there!

March 1

General Information

Attention Juniors & Seniors!

Today Mrs. Emmert, a FUHSD guidance counselor working at De Anza College, will be in the College & Career Center during tutorial to answer questions regarding SPRING Quarter concurrent enrollment. She will also collect completed High School Permission forms, hand deliver them to the De Anza Admissions Department, and email the student a reminder of the next steps in the registration process. She will also be available March 8th and 15th during tutorial in the CCC.

Attention all Current Core Scholars!

There will be a MANDATORY meeting TODAY at lunch in Mrs. Ronalter's room (101). We will be going over the next, and longest, tutoring opportunity, which is the WWI Literary Analysis Essay. In addition, we will discuss the application for next year's World Core President positions. 

Attention current 10th and 11th graders!

Are you interested in taking Physiology next year? An informational meeting will be held today at tutorial in room 7103.

Are you interested in taking AP Environmental Science next year? An informational meeting will be held today at tutorial in room 7102.

Library News

CHS will host an author visit during tutorial on Monday, March 11.  Kelley Loy Gilbert's new book, Picture Us in the Light contains many themes that will hit close to home for all 'Tino students, as the book is about high school kids living right here in our city.  Come on up to the library and check out a copy!

Clubs

Cupertino Gaming Club Spring Tournament

Hey there Cupertino! Gaming Club is excited to present the Spring Smash Tournament today after school from 3:30pm to 6:30pm in room 418. We will hold tournament for games like Smash Bros. Ultimate and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe! We hope to see you there! 

Introduction to Animation

Have you ever wanted to learn to create animations? Today during lunch, Game Dev Club will be hosting its first introductory workshop on animation. Regardless of your experience, you will learn how to animate objects and bring the game of creation into life. This workshop will be held today at lunch in room 723.

February

Feb. 28

General Information

Attention Juniors & Seniors!

This Friday, Mrs. Emmert, a FUHSD guidance counselor working at De Anza College, will be in the College & Career Center during tutorial to answer questions regarding Spring Quarter concurrent enrollment. She will also collect completed High School Permission forms, hand deliver them to the De Anza Admissions Department, and email the student a reminder of the next steps in the registration process. She will also be available March 8 and 15 during tutorial in the CCC.

Attention all Current Core Scholars!

There will be a MANDATORY meeting tomorrow, Friday, March 1, at lunch in Mrs. Ronalter's room (101). We will be going over the next, and longest, tutoring opportunity, which is the WWI Literary Analysis Essay. In addition, we will discuss the application for next year's World Core President positions. 

Attention current 10th and 11th graders!

Are you interested in taking Physiology next year? An informational meeting will be held tomorrow, March 1, at tutorial in room 7103.

Are you interested in taking AP Environmental Science next year? An informational meeting will be held tomorrow, March 1, at tutorial in room 7102.

Clubs

Cupertino Gaming Club Spring Tournament

Hey there Cupertino! Gaming Club is excited to present the Spring Smash Tournament tomorrow, Friday, March 1, after school from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. in room 418. We will hold tournament for games like Smash Bros. Ultimate and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe! We hope to see you there.

Feb. 27

General Information

Attention all Current Core Scholars!

There will be a MANDATORY meeting this Friday, March 1 at lunch in Mrs. Ronalter's room (101). We will be going over the next, and longest, tutoring opportunity, which is the WWI Literary Analysis Essay. In addition, we will discuss the application for next year's World Core President positions.

Attention current 10th and 11th graders!

Are you interested in taking Physiology next year? An informational meeting will be held Friday March 1 at tutorial in room 7103.

Are you interested in taking AP Environmental Science next year? An informational meeting will be held Friday March 1st at tutorial in room 7102.

Library News

Library will be closed during class periods today for course selection. Please use the mezzanine and café as an alternative. The PC lab will be open during brunch and lunch. Please plan accordingly.

Clubs

Cupertino Gaming Club Spring Tournament

The Gaming Club is excited to present the Spring Smash Tournament this Friday, March 1, after school from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. in room 418. We will hold tournament for games like Smash Bros. Ultimate and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe! We hope to see you there.

Feb. 25

GENERAL INFORMATION

International Week

Hi everyone! International week is coming up the last week of March! It’s a week to celebrate diversity and the beauty of different cultures. Whether you want to participate in Global Awareness Day, Music and Arts Day or Games day we need your help and participation to make International Week a success. If you are in a club that wants to participate, please make sure that your club has an officer come to Room 317 during lunch tomorrow (Tuesday, February 26). We need many clubs to participate, you don’t need to be a language or country club. Be creative and join the fun!

Attention current 10th and 11th graders!

Are you interested in taking Physiology next year? An informational meeting will be held Friday, March 1 at tutorial in room 7103.

Are you interested in taking AP Environmental Science next year? An informational meeting will be held Friday, March 1 at tutorial in room 7102.

Library News

Library will be closed during class periods on Wednesday for course selection. Please use the mezzanine and café as an alternative. The PC lab will be open during brunch and lunch. Please plan accordingly.

Feb. 14

General Information

Wish Week T-shirts

Want a t-shirt to show support for Tino’s Make-a-Wish fundraiser? Visit the CHS Facebook page to pre-order a Wish Week t-shirt.

Comedy Hour Post-Valentine’s Day Show

Come out to Comedy Hour’s “Half Off Chocolate” show tomorrow at 4:00pm in the Blackbox. It’s free and funny!

FUHSD Student Board Representative

Tino Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors! FUHSD Student Board Representative applications are now available! If you are in good standing at FUHSD, you may apply. The Student Board member serves for one year starting on July 1, 2019. More information is posted on Facebook and Schoolloop, or feel free to pick up an application in the ASB classroom, room 721. All apps are due no later than lunch tomorrow, Friday, February 15, at the ASB classroom! 

AP Test Registration

There is one business day left to register for AP Testing.  Don’t delay – get it done today- register online using your Infinite Campus Portal or go to the ASB Office during brunch, lunch or after school.   Cash and check made payable to FUHSD accepted for in person registration. For more information please go to https://chs.fuhsd.org/. Last day to register is tomorrow, February 15, no exceptions.

Clubs

ARC Weather Balloon Project

What’s in the sky? It’s a bird! No, it’s a plane! No, it’s a weather balloon from the Aviation and Rocketry Club! Join the Aviation and Rocketry Club to build a weather balloon and collect data like real meteorologists in the field. We will be meeting today after school in room 506, as well as every Thursday after school. Come now lads, the stratosphere awaits!

Feb. 13

General Information

FUHSD Student Board Representative

Tino Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors! FUHSD Student Board Representative applications are now available! If you are in good standing at FUHSD, you may apply. The Student Board member serves for one year starting on July 1, 2019. More information is posted on Facebook and Schoolloop, or feel free to pick up an application in the ASB classroom, room 721. All apps are due no later than lunch this Friday, February 15, at the ASB classroom! 

AP Test Registration

There are two business days left to register for AP Testing. Don’t delay – get it done today- register online using your Infinite Campus Portal or go to the ASB Office during brunch, lunch or after school. Cash and check made payable to FUHSD accepted for in person registration. For more information please go to https://chs.fuhsd.org/  Last day to register is February 15, no exceptions.

Clubs

ARC Weather Balloon Project

What’s in the sky? It’s a bird! No, it’s a plane! No, it’s a weather balloon from the Aviation and Rocketry Club! Join the Aviation and Rocketry Club to build a weather balloon and collect data like real meteorologists in the field. We meet on Thursdays after school in room 506. Come now lads, the stratosphere awaits!

Feb. 12

General Information

FUHSD Student Board Representative

Tino Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors! FUHSD Student Board Representative applications are now available! If you are in good standing at FUHSD, you may apply. The Student Board member serves for one year starting on July 1, 2019. More information is posted on Facebook and Schoolloop, or feel free to pick up an application in the ASB classroom, room 721. All apps are due no later than lunch this Friday, February 15, at the ASB classroom! 

AP Test Registration

There are three business days left to register for AP Testing. Don’t delay – get it done today- register online using your Infinite Campus Portal or go to the ASB Office during brunch, lunch or after school. Cash and check made payable to FUHSD accepted for in person registration. For more information please go to https://chs.fuhsd.org/   The last day to register is February 15, no exceptions.

SPRING CPW

Attention Juniors! Are you ready to get started in developing a list of colleges you will apply to next fall?  Well, don't wait another minute because now is the time to sign up for the College Planning Workshops offered by FUHSD in partnership with the City of Cupertino! You should have received an email and a School Loop message with the registration materials, but if you have any questions or need an additional copy, please see your guidance counselor or look on the main page of the district website.   Make sure to register by tomorrow, Wednesday, February 13, at the Quinlan Community Center in Cupertino – these popular classes WILL SELL OUT!

Clubs

Go Club Meeting

Hey Tino! Come out to Go Club’s meeting today in room 407 at lunch. There will be pizza!

ARC Weather Balloon Project

What’s in the sky? It’s a bird! No, it’s a plane! No, it’s a weather balloon from the Aviation and Rocketry Club! Join the Aviation and Rocketry Club to build a weather balloon and collect data like real meteorologists in the field. We meet on Thursdays after school in room 506. Come now lads, the stratosphere awaits!

Feb. 11

General Information

FUHSD Student Board Representative

Tino Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors! FUHSD Student Board Representative applications are now available! If you are in good standing at FUHSD, you may apply. The Student Board member serves for one year starting on July 1, 2019. More information is posted on Facebook and Schoolloop, or feel free to pick up an application in the ASB classroom, room 721. All apps are due no later than lunch this Friday, February 15, at the ASB classroom! 

AP Test Registration

Hey Tino!!!  Four Days!   Yep, four business days left to register for AP Testing.    Don’t delay – get it done today- register online using your Infinite Campus Portal or go to the ASB Office during brunch, lunch or after school.   Cash and check made payable to FUHSD accepted for in person registration. Last day to register is February 15, no exceptions!

SPRING CPW

Attention Juniors! Are you ready to get started in developing a list of colleges you will apply to next fall?  Well, don't wait another minute because now is the time to sign up for the College Planning Workshops offered by FUHSD in partnership with the City of Cupertino! You should have received an email and a School Loop message with the registration materials, but if you have any questions or need an additional copy, please see your guidance counselor or look on the main page of the district website.   Make sure to register by this Wednesday, February 13, at the Quinlan Community Center in Cupertino – these popular classes will sell out.

Clubs

Tino STEM Guest Speaker

Hey Everyone! Tino STEM will be hosting a guest speaker from Genentech today during lunch in Mr. Stavis’ room. James Lin, who is also a Berkeley graduate, will be sharing his experience and advice on his profession at Genentech, a forerunning biotechnology company. Hope to see you there!

Film Festival Information

Cupertino Filmmaking is hosting its very own film festival in April. So, if you’re interested in making, submitting, and receiving feedback on your film, come on down to room 110 today during lunch to get more information. No experience is necessary!

ARC Weather Balloon Project

What’s in the sky? It’s a bird! No, it’s a plane! No, it’s a weather balloon from the Aviation and Rocketry Club! Join the Aviation and Rocketry Club to build a weather balloon and collect data like real meteorologists in the field. We meet on Thursdays after school in room 506. Come now lads, the stratosphere awaits!

Feb. 8

General Information

Valentine Serenades are now due in the ASB office

If you purchased a serenade they are now due in the ASB. Any serenade not turned in today, Friday, may not make delivery.

AP Test Registration

Hey Tino!!!  Five Days!   Yep, five business days left to register for AP Testing.    Don’t delay – get it done today- register online using your Infinite Campus Portal or go to the ASB Office during brunch, lunch or after school.   Cash and check made payable to FUHSD accepted for in person registration.   For more information please go to https://chs.fuhsd.org/   Last day to register is February 15th!!!    No exceptions!!!\

Advanced Drama Showcase 2019

Hey Tino! Make sure to come out to Cupertino Actors Theatre’s Advanced Drama Showcase tonight, February 8th, at 7pm in the Blackbox Theater! Join us for a fun night of entertainments as students from both advanced and advances honors drama classes perform a fantastic selection of scenes and one-acts, including “Deer Crossing” and “Radium Girls”. Admission is $7 at the door. See you there!

SPRING CPW

Attention Juniors! Are you ready to get started in developing a list of colleges you will apply to next fall?  Well, don't wait another minute because now is the time to sign up for the College Planning Workshops offered by FUHSD in partnership with the City of Cupertino! You should have received an email and a School Loop message with the registration materials, but if you have any questions or need an additional copy, please see your guidance counselor or look on the main page of the district website.   Make sure to register by Wednesday, February 13, at the Quinlan Community Center in Cupertino – these popular classes WILL SELL OUT!

TA’s Needed 5th period in the office!

Mrs. Orozco in the main office is in need of one more 5th period TA. If you are interested and have a free 5th period, please stop by and see Mrs. Orozco at the Attendance desk. 

Sports

Boys Soccer

Come support our boys soccer team at their senior night tonight at 6:45pm. They have a chance to win their league and make CCS playoffs for the first time in more than a decade. The freshmen-sophomore team will play at 4:30pm. Varsity will kick-off at 7:00pm against Wilcox, with a short ceremony for graduating seniors beforehand.

Clubs

Game Dev Club’s Game Showcase

Hey Tino! Game Dev Club is hosting our second game showcase today at lunch. Come to room 723 if you want to play the games our members have built these past three weeks. Again, that’s room 723 today at lunch! 

Tino STEM Guest Speaker

Hey Everyone! Tino STEM will be hosting a guest speaker from Genentech on Monday, February 11th, during lunch in Mr. Stavis’ room. James Lin, who is also a Berkeley graduate, will be sharing his experience and advice on his profession at Genentech, a forerunning biotechnology company. Hope to see you there, on Monday, in Mr. Stavis’ room 7201!

Film Festival Information

Cupertino Filmmaking is hosting its very own film festival in April. So, if you’re interested in making, submitting, and receiving feedback on your film, come on down to room 110 Monday during lunch to get more information. No experience is necessary!

Feb. 7

General Information

AP Test Registration

There are six business days left to register for AP Testing. Don’t delay – get it done today - register online using your Infinite Campus Portal or go to the ASB Office during brunch, lunch or after school. Cash and check made payable to FUHSD accepted for in person registration. Last day to register is February 15th! No exceptions

Advanced Drama Showcase 2019

Hey Tino! Make sure to come out to Cupertino Actors Theatre’s Advanced Drama Showcase today. February 7th and tomorrow February 8th at 7pm in the Blackbox Theater! Join us for a fun night of entertainments as students from both advanced and advances honors drama classes perform a fantastic selection of scenes and one-acts, including “Deer Crossing” and “Radium Girls”. Admission is $7 at the door. See you there!

Residency Verification Make-up Date

Residency Verification for current 8th graders and current 10th graders is tomorrow, February 8th, from 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. in the CHS Main Office. ALL incoming 9th graders and current 10th graders must verify residency. If this is not done, it will affect enrollment and delay the course selection process. More information under guidance and student support.

SPRING CPW

Attention Juniors! Are you ready to get started in developing a list of colleges you will apply to next fall?  Well, don't wait another minute because now is the time to sign up for the College Planning Workshops offered by FUHSD in partnership with the City of Cupertino! You should have received an email and a School Loop message with the registration materials, but if you have any questions or need an additional copy, please see your guidance counselor or look on the main page of the district website.   Make sure to register by Wednesday, February 13, at the Quinlan Community Center in Cupertino – these popular classes WILL SELL OUT!

TA’s Needed 5th period in the office!

Mrs. Orozco in the main office is in need of a 5th period TA. If you are interested and have a free 5th period, please stop by and see Mrs. Orozco at the Attendance desk. 

Sports

Boys Soccer

Come support our boys soccer team at their senior night this Friday, February 8th at 6:45pm. They have a chance to win their league and make CCS playoffs for the first time in more than a decade. The freshmen-sophomore team will play at 4:30pm. Varsity will kick-off at 7:00pm against Wilcox, with a short ceremony for graduating seniors beforehand.

Clubs

KASA Performance

Hey Tino! KASA will be performing today at the quad during brunch so make sure to come out and watch their amazing performance!

Tino STEM Guest Speaker

Hey Everyone! Tino STEM will be hosting a guest speaker from Genentech on Monday, February 11th, during lunch in Mr. Stavis’ room. James Lin, who is also a Berkeley graduate, will be sharing his experience and advice on his profession at Genentech, a forerunning biotechnology company. Hope to see you there, on Monday, in Mr. Stavis’ room 7201!

Film Festival Information

Cupertino Filmmaking is hosting its very own film festival in April. So, if you’re interested in making, submitting, and receiving feedback on your film, come on down to room 110 Monday during lunch to get more information. No experience is necessary!

Feb. 6

General Information

AP Test Registration

Hey Tino!!!   Seven Days!   Yep, seven business days left to register for AP Testing. Don’t delay – get it done today- register online using your Infinite Campus Portal or go to the ASB Office during brunch, lunch or after school. Cash and check made payable to FUHSD accepted for in person registration. For more information please go to https://chs.fuhsd.org/   Last day to register is February 15th!!! No exceptions!!!

Attention Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors!

Bluestamp Engineering is a six-week summer program for high school students where they have an opportunity to choose and build projects, work on prototypes, complete design documentation and learn about entrepreneurship. A representative will be in the College & Career Center today during tutorial to talk about the program and answer any questions you may have. You may sign up on Naviance, but is not mandatory for attendance.

Advanced Drama Showcase 2019

Hey Tino! Make sure to come out to Cupertino Actors Theatre’s Advanced Drama Showcase on February 7th and 8th at 7pm in the Blackbox Theater! Join us for a fun night of entertainments as students from both advanced and advances honors drama classes perform a fantastic selection of scenes and one-acts, including “Deer Crossing” and “Radium Girls”. Admission is $7 at the door. See you there!

Residency Verification Make-up Date

Residency Verification for current 8th graders and current 10th graders is this Friday, February 8th, from 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. in the CHS Main Office. ALL incoming 9th graders and current10th graders must verify residency. If this is not done, it will affect enrollment and delay the course selection process. More information under guidance and student support.

SPRING CPW

Attention Juniors! Are you ready to get started in developing a list of colleges you will apply to next fall?  Well, don't wait another minute because now is the time to sign up for the College Planning Workshops offered by FUHSD in partnership with the City of Cupertino! You should have received an email and a School Loop message with the registration materials, but if you have any questions or need an additional copy, please see your guidance counselor or look on the main page of the district website.   Make sure to register by Wednesday, February 13, at the Quinlan Community Center in Cupertino – these popular classes WILL SELL OUT!

Valentine Singing Serenades are NOW on sale in the ASB

Back by popular demand, Valentine Singing Serenades are on sale in the ASB.  Send that special someone a live singing/dancing Valentine on Monday February 11th for Valentine’s at CHS. Purchase your serenades in the ASB during brunch, lunch, and after school.  

In order to be delivered; Return Serenades to the ASB at the latest by 3:30pm TODAY!!  Only a limited amount will be sold and they sell out every year. Cost is still only $3. 

Warning:  Please don’t purchase multiple serenades for the same person as they will all be delivered at the same time and it takes away serenades from other students.  Buy now – they sell out very fast.

TA’s Needed 5th period in the office!

Mrs. Orozco in the main office is in need of a 5th period TA. If you are interested and have a free 5th period, please stop by and see Mrs. Orozco at the Attendance desk.

Feb. 5

General Information

Attention Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors!

Bluestamp Engineering is a six-week summer program for high school students where they have an opportunity to choose and build projects, work on prototypes, complete design documentation and learn about entrepreneurship. A representative will be in the College & Career Center this Wednesday during tutorial to talk about the program and answer any questions you may have. You may sign up on Naviance but is not mandatory for attendance.

Advanced Drama Showcase 2019

Hey Tino! Make sure to come out ot Cupertino Actors Theatre’s Advanced Drama Showcase on February 7th and 8th at 7pm in the Blackbox Theater! Join us for a fun night of entertainments as students from both advanced and advances honors drama classes perform a fantastic selection of scenes and one-acts, including “Deer Crossing” and “Radium Girls." Admission is $7 at the door. 

Residency Verification Make-up Date

Residency Verification for current 8th graders and current 10th graders, Friday, February 8th, from 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. in the CHS Main Office. ALL incoming 9th graders andcurrent 10th graders must verify residency. If this is not done, it will affect enrollment and delay the course selection process. More information under guidance and student support.

SPRING CPW

Attention Juniors! Are you ready to get started in developing a list of colleges you will apply to next fall?  Well, don't wait another minute because now is the time to sign up for the College Planning Workshops offered by FUHSD in partnership with the City of Cupertino! You should have received an email and a School Loop message with the registration materials, but if you have any questions or need an additional copy, please see your guidance counselor or look on the main page of the district website.   Make sure to register by Wednesday, February 13, at the Quinlan Community Center in Cupertino – these popular classes WILL SELL OUT!

Valentine Singing Serenades are NOW on sale in the ASB

Back by popular demand, Valentine Singing Serenades are on sale in the ASB.  Send that special someone a live singing/dancing Valentine on Monday February 11th for Valentine’s at CHS.

Purchase your serenades in the ASB during brunch, lunch, and after school.  

In order to be delivered; Return Serenades to the ASB at the latest by 3:30pm on Wednesday February 6th.  Only a limited amount will be sold and they sell out every year. Cost is still only $3. 

Warning:  Please don’t purchase multiple serenades for the same person as they will all be delivered at the same time and it takes away serenades from other students.  Buy now – they sell out very fast.

TA’s Needed 5th period in the office!

Mrs. Orozco in the main office is in need of a 5th period TA. If you are interested and have a free 5th period, please stop by and see Mrs. Orozco at the Attendance desk.

Feb. 1

General Information

SPRING CPW

Attention Juniors! Are you ready to get started in developing a list of colleges you will apply to next fall?  Well, don't wait another minute because now is the time to sign up for the College Planning Workshops offered by FUHSD in partnership with the City of Cupertino! You should have received an email and a School Loop message with the registration materials, but if you have any questions or need an additional copy, please see your guidance counselor or look on the main page of the district website.   Make sure to register by Wednesday, February 13, at the Quinlan Community Center in Cupertino – these popular classes WILL SELL OUT!

AP Testing

AP Test registration has gone digital!  There is a link on the CHS website with directions on how to register and purchase exams on Infinite Campus. A majority of the exams will be available online but not all exams.  AP exams will also be sold in the ASB office during brunch, lunch, and after schoolThe registration period closes at 3:30 pm on Friday, February 15th. 

CHS Career Fair

CHS 6th Annual Career Fair will be Monday, February 4th. Check the CHS website later this week for the list of presenters and the special schedule for that day.

Students: The pool parking lot will be closed to students the morning of February 4th in order to reserve spots for the Career Fair presenters. Students are advised to carpool/walk/bike to school. If you must drive your vehicle, you will need to find parking on Tilson, Finch, or other nearby streets. The pool lot will be open again after 4th period on February 4th.

Library News

Silicon Valley Reads 2019 is about to Kick-off. This year’s theme focuses on “Finding Identity in Family History.”

Everyone has a family history. Some we know and some have yet to be discovered. There are three winners this year. Stop by the library and check out the display.

Wondering what to read next? Check out the “Book Jar” in the library to find your next book!

Valentine Singing Serenades are NOW on sale in the ASB

On sale this week:  Back by popular demand, Valentine Singing Serenades are on sale in the ASB.  Send that special someone a live singing/dancing Valentine on Monday February 11th for Valentine’s at CHS.

Purchase your serenades in the ASB during brunch, lunch, and after school.  

In order to be delivered; Return Serenades to the ASB at the latest by 3:30pm on Wednesday February 6th.  Only a limited amount will be sold and they sell out every year. Cost is still only $3. 

Warning:  Please don’t purchase multiple serenades for the same person as they will all be delivered at the same time and it takes away serenades from other students.  Buy now – they sell out very fast.

January

Jan. 31

General Information

SPRING CPW

Attention Juniors! Are you ready to get started in developing a list of colleges you will apply to next fall?  Well, don't wait another minute because now is the time to sign up for the College Planning Workshops offered by FUHSD in partnership with the City of Cupertino! You should have received an email and a School Loop message with the registration materials, but  if you have any questions or need an additional copy, please see your guidance counselor or look on the main page of the district website.   Make sure to register by Wednesday, February 13, at the Quinlan Community Center in Cupertino – these popular classes WILL SELL OUT!

AP Testing

We have gone digital online registration started Monday, January 28.  There is a link on the CHS website with directions on how to register and purchase exams on Infinite Campus. A majority of the exams will be available online but not all exams.  AP exams will also be sold in the ASB office during brunch, lunch, and after schoolThe registration period closes at 3:30 pm on Friday, February 15. 

CHS Career Fair

CHS 6th Annual Career Fair will be Monday, February 4th. Check the CHS website later this week for the list of presenters and the special schedule for that day.

Students: The pool parking lot will be closed to students the morning of February 4th in order to reserve spots for the Career Fair presenters. Students are advised to carpool/walk/bike to school. If you must drive your vehicle, you will need to find parking on Tilson, Finch, or other nearby streets. The pool lot will be open again after 4th period on February 4th.

Library News

Silicon Valley Reads 2019 is about to Kick-off. This year’s theme focuses on “Finding Identity in Family History.”

Everyone has a family history. Some we know and some have yet to be discovered. There are three winners this year. Stop by the library and check out the display.

Wondering what to read next? Check out the “Book Jar” in the library to find your next book!

Valentine Singing Serenades are NOW on sale in the ASB

On sale this week:  Back by popular demand, Valentine Singing Serenades are on sale in the ASB.  Send that special someone a live singing/dancing Valentine on Monday February 11th for Valentine’s at CHS.

Purchase your serenades in the ASB during brunch, lunch, and after school.  

In order to be delivered; Return Serenades to the ASB at the latest by 3:30pm on Wednesday February 6th.  Only a limited amount will be sold and they sell out every year. Cost is still only $3. 

Warning:  Please don’t purchase multiple serenades for the same person as they will all be delivered at the same time and it takes away serenades from other students.  Buy now – they sell out very fast.

TA’s Needed 5th period in the office!

Mrs. Orozco in the main office is in need of a 5th period TA. If you are interested and have a free 5th period, please stop by and see Mrs. Orozco at the Attendance desk. 

Clubs

CHS Engineering

Hey Tino! Are you interested in helping the Tino community through your engineering expertise or even learning Autocad? If so, come out to Tino Engineering Club’s 1st meeting of this semester today in room 404 during lunch. This meeting will give necessary information for anyone who wants to join the research and development project team or work tutoring in Autocad. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to message any of the officers or join the Facebook group “CHS Engineering 2019”. See you there! 

Hijab Day

Hey Tino! Cupertino’s Muslim Students’ Association will be participating in World Hijab Day tomorrow, Friday, February 1st. Show solidarity by wearing a hijab or scar during the day and make sure to come out to the quad at lunch to learn more about the hijab and how to wrap one.

Jan. 30

General Information

SPRING CPW

Attention Juniors! Are you ready to get started in developing a list of colleges you will apply to next fall?  Well, don't wait another minute because now is the time to sign up for the College Planning Workshops offered by FUHSD in partnership with the City of Cupertino! You should have received an email and a School Loop message with the registration materials, but  if you have any questions or need an additional copy, please see your guidance counselor or look on the main page of the district website. Make sure to register by Wednesday, February 13, at the Quinlan Community Center in Cupertino – these popular classes will sell out!

AP Testing

We have gone digital online registration started Monday, January 28. There is a link on the CHS website with directions on how to register and purchase exams on Infinite Campus. A majority of the exams will be available online but not all exams.  AP exams will also be sold in the ASB office during brunch, lunch, and after schoolThe registration period closes at 3:30 p.m. on Friday, February 15. 

CHS Career Fair

CHS 6th Annual Career Fair will be Monday, February 4. Check the CHS website later this week for the list of presenters and the special schedule for that day.

Students: The pool parking lot will be closed to students the morning of February 4 in order to reserve spots for the Career Fair presenters. Students are advised to carpool/walk/bike to school. If you must drive your vehicle, you will need to find parking on Tilson, Finch, or other nearby streets. The pool lot will be open again after 4th period on February 4.

Library News

Silicon Valley Reads 2019 is about to Kick-off. This year’s theme focuses on “Finding Identity in Family History.”

Everyone has a family history. Some we know and some have yet to be discovered. There are three winners this year. Stop by the library and check out the display.

Wondering what to read next? Check out the “Book Jar” in the library to find your next book!

Valentine Singing Serenades are NOW on sale in the ASB

On sale this week:  Back by popular demand, Valentine Singing Serenades are on sale in the ASB. Send that special someone a live singing/dancing Valentine on Monday February 11 for Valentine’s at CHS.

Purchase your serenades in the ASB during brunch, lunch, and after school.  
In order to be delivered; Return Serenades to the ASB at the latest by 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday February 6. Only a limited amount will be sold and they sell out every year. Cost is still only $3. 

Warning:  Please don’t purchase multiple serenades for the same person as they will all be delivered at the same time and it takes away serenades from other students. Buy now – they sell out very fast.

Residency Verification

Residency Verification for current 10th graders will be tonight, 3 p.m. to 6:45 p.m. in the CHS Main Office. ALL current 10th graders MUST verify residency. If this is not done, it will affect enrollment and delay the course selection process. More information is on our school website.

TA’s Needed 5th period in the office!

Mrs. Orozco in the main office is in need of a 5th period TA. If you are interested and have a free 5th period, please stop by and see Mrs. Orozco at the Attendance desk. 

Clubs

CHS Engineering

Hey Tino! Are you interested in helping the Tino community through your engineering expertise or even learning Autocad? If so, come out to Tino Engineering Club’s 1st meeting of this semester on January 31st in room 404 during lunch. This meeting will give necessary information for anyone who wants to join the research and development project team or work tutoring in Autocad. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to message any of the officers or join the Facebook group “CHS Engineering 2019”. See you there!

Hijab Day

Hey Tino! Cupertino’s Muslim Students’ Association will be participating in World Hijab Day on Friday, February 1st. Show solidarity by wearing a hijab or scar during the day and make sure to come out to the quad at lunch to learn more about the hijab and how to wrap one.

Jan. 29

General Information

CHS Career Fair

CHS 6th Annual Career Fair will be Monday, February 4. Check the CHS website later this week for the list of presenters and the special schedule for that day.

Students: The pool parking lot will be closed to students the morning of February 4 in order to reserve spots for the Career Fair presenters. Students are advised to carpool/walk/bike to school. If you must drive your vehicle, you will need to find parking on Tilson, Finch, or other nearby streets. The pool lot will be open again after 4th period on February 4.

Valentine Singing Serenades are NOW on sale in the ASB

On sale this week:  Back by popular demand, Valentine Singing Serenades are on sale in the ASB.  Send that special someone a live singing/dancing Valentine on Monday February 11th for Valentine’s at CHS.

Purchase your serenades in the ASB during brunch, lunch, and after school.  
In order to be delivered; Return Serenades to the ASB at the latest by 3:30pm on Wednesday February 6th.  Only a limited amount will be sold and they sell out every year. Cost is still only $3. 

Warning:  Please don’t purchase multiple serenades for the same person as they will all be delivered at the same time and it takes away serenades from other students.  Buy now – they sell out very fast.

Residency Verification

Residency Verification for current 10th graders will be tomorrow night, 3:00 p.m. – 6:45 p.m. in the CHS Main Office/College & Career CenterALL current 10th graders must verify residency. If this is notdone, it will affect enrollment and delay the course selection process. More information is on our school website.

TA’s Needed 5th period in the office!

Mrs. Orozco in the main office is in need of a 5th period TA. If you are interested and have a free 5th period, please stop by and see Mrs. Orozco at the Attendance desk. 

Clubs

French Honor Society Meeting

Make sure to come out to French Honor Society’s first meeting of the semester today at lunch in room 6110. We are open to any new members in French 3 or above. We will be going over membership requirements and upcoming events. There will be food! 

CHS Leo Club First Meeting

Hey Tino! Leo Club’s First Meeting of second semester today! Come out to room 114 at lunch for more information on our community service club! There will be cookies! We hope to see all of you Leos!

CHS Engineering

Hey Tino! Are you interested in helping the Tino community through your engineering expertise or even learning Autocad? If so, come out to Tino Engineering Club’s 1st meeting of this semester on January 31st in room 404 during lunch. This meeting will give necessary information for anyone who wants to join the research and development project team or work tutoring in Autocad. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to message any of the officers or join the Facebook group “CHS Engineering 2019”. See you there!

Hijab Day

Hey Tino! Cupertino’s Muslim Students’ Association will be participating in World Hijab Day on Friday, February 1st. Show solidarity by wearing a hijab or scar during the day and make sure to come out to the quad at lunch to learn more about the hijab and how to wrap one.

Jan. 28

General Information

Valentine Singing Serenades are NOW on sale in the ASB

On sale this week:  Back by popular demand, Valentine Singing Serenades are on sale in the ASB.  Send that special someone a live singing/dancing Valentine on Monday February 11 for Valentine’s at CHS.

Purchase your serenades in the ASB during brunch, lunch, and after school. In order to be delivered; Return Serenades to the ASB at the latest by 3:30pm on Wednesday February 6. Only a limited amount will be sold and they sell out every year. Cost is still only $3. 

Warning:  Please don’t purchase multiple serenades for the same person as they will all be delivered at the same time and it takes away serenades from other students.  Buy now – they sell out very fast.

AACI Bay Area K-12 Student Art Contest

AACI’s annual art, essay and video contest, Growing Up Asian in America, is for K-12 Bay Area students. The theme this year is: My Contribution to America. Entries are due on Friday, March 15, 2019 and rules and submission instructions are included in the guidelines. To conserve resources, AACI is going paperless. Entries can be found on our website:www.aaci.org/guaa.)

Residency Verification

Residency Verification for current 8th graders will be tonight, 3:00 p.m. – 6:45 p.m. in the Main office. ALL current 10th graders must also verify residency this Wednesday, January 30th. More information is on our school website.

TA’s Needed 5th period in the office!

Mrs. Orozco in the main office is in need of a 5th period TA. If you are interested and have a free 5th period, please stop by and see Mrs. Orozco at the Attendance desk. 

Sports

Baseball Tryouts

Baseball tryouts are today at the baseball field after school at 3:45pm. Don’t be late. Please have all of your athletic paperwork complete. Any questions, please see Coach Pete. 

Badminton Tryouts 
Badminton tryouts will be held in the Field House today at 5:00pm. Bring your badminton gear and fill out your athletic forms. Join the Facebook group “CHS Badminton Team” for more information.

Clubs

Chess Club Meeting

Come to Chess Club’s meeting today at lunch in Mr. Tsai’s room 420! No prior experience is needed!

French Honor Society Meeting

Make sure to come out to French Honor Society’s first meeting of the semester on tomorrow, Tuesday, January 29th, at lunch in room 6110. We are open to any new members in French 3 or above. We will be going over membership requirements and upcoming events. There will be food!

CHS Leo Club First Meeting

Hey Tino! Leo Club’s First Meeting of second semester is tomorrow, Tuesday, January 29th! Come out to room 114 at lunch for more information on our community service club! There will be cookies! We hope to see all of you Leos!

Jan. 25

General Information

AACI Bay Area K-12 Student Art Contest

AACI’s annual art, essay and video contest, Growing Up Asian in America, is for K-12 Bay Area students. The theme this year is: My Contribution to America. Entries are due on Friday, March 15, 2019 and rules and submission instructions are included in the guidelines. To conserve resources, AACI is going paperless. We ask each individual organization please print in-house or e-mail the PDF guidelines (GUAA contest guidelines here or on our website: www.aaci.org/guaa.)

Residency Verification

Residency Verification for current 8th graders will be Monday, January 28th and current 10th graders, Wednesday, January 30th, from 3:00 p.m. – 6:45 p.m. in the CHS MainOffice/College & Career Center. ALL incoming 9th graders and current 10th graders must verify residency. If this is not done, it will affect enrollment and delay the courseselection process. More information is on our school website.

Class of 2020 Apparel

Hey Juniors! There’s no better way to support the class than by rocking the new class apparel, which is now available for purchase. Choose from a variety of clothing pieces and colors to match your style and remember to order by Sunday, January 27th

TA’s Needed in PE

If you are in need of elective credit and have a hole in your schedule, Mrs. Borges is looking for TA's 1st and 5th period.

Sports

Baseball Tryouts

Baseball tryouts are next Monday, January 28th, at the baseball field after school at 3:45pm. Don’t be late. Please have all of your athletic paperwork complete. Any questions, please see Coach Pete. 

Spring Sports Athletes

Concussion testing for spring athletics will take place today during tutorial and after school from 3:30pm to 5:00pm and in room 307

Please make sure your concussion test is completed prior to the start of spring practice on Monday, January 28th! Testing will be completed on a first come first serve basis.  If you have questions, please see James Gilmore.

Badminton Tryouts 
Badminton tryouts will be held in the Field House starting on January 28th at 5:00pm. Bring your badminton gear and fill out your athletic forms. Join the Facebook group “CHS Badminton Team” for more information.

Clubs

CSF’s First Meeting of the Year

Hey Tino! Are you interested in earning scholarships and hours for volunteering? Join CSF, the largest community service organization on campus and the only honor society open to all grades. We will be having our first meeting of the year today at lunch in the College and Career Center. Please note, we will not be in the gym this Friday, we will be in the CCC.  See you then!

Guest Speaker Bioinformatics Event

Hey Tino! Are you interested in computer science or biology? If yes, then come out to Tino STEM’s guest speaker event where Dr. Dave Burkan, an expert in Bionformatics, will be speaking about his career and how bioinformatics is used to ensure that antiviral treatments are used to cover a wide spectrum of viruses. The event will take place today Mr. Stavis’s room 7201 at lunch. Hope to see you there.

Chess Club Meeting

Come to Chess Club’s meeting next Monday at lunch in Mr. Tsai’s room 420! No prior experience is needed!

French Honor Society Meeting

Make sure to come out to French Honor Society’s first meeting of the semester on Tuesday, January 29th, at lunch in room 6110. We are open to any new members in French 3 or above. WE will be going over membership requirements and upcoming events. There will be food! 

CHS Leo Club First Meeting

Hey Tino! Leo Club’s First Meeting of second semester is next Tuesday, January 29th! Come out to room 114 at lunch for more information on our community service club! There will be cookies! We hope to see all of you Leos! 

Tinovation Pioneer Hacks II

Hey Tino! Tinovation has an exciting opportunity for you to showcase your CS skills and have some fun at Pioneer Hacks II, an annual 24-hour hackathon on March 2nd-3rdhosted by CHS students. Whether you have been writing code for years or you are just starting, the Hackathon is open to you. Not to mention, the 24 hours will be filled with games, food, and swag. Additionally, there will be a variety of awards for the top hackers. Sign up at pioneerhacks.tech today! 

Jan. 24

General Information

Residency Verification

Residency Verification for current 8th graders will be Monday, January 28th and current 10th graders, Wednesday, January 30th, from 3:00 p.m. – 6:45 p.m. in the CHS Main Office/College & Career Center. ALL incoming 9th graders and current 10th graders must verify residency. If this is not done, it will affect enrollment and delay the course selection process. More information is on our school website.

Class of 2020 Apparel

Hey Juniors! There’s no better way to support the class than by rocking the new class apparel, which si no available for purchase. Choose from a variety of clothing pieces and colors to match your style and remember to order by Sunday, January 27. 

TA’s Needed in PE

If you are in need of elective credit and have a hole in your schedule, Mrs. Borges is looking for TA's 1st and 5th period.

Fremont IDC Exchange

Don’t forget he Fremont High School IDC Exchange is tomorrow at their Astroworld-themed rally. This is a great opportunity to experience student life at another great school in our district. Applications are now open on Facebook and Schoolloop!

Sports

Baseball Tryouts

Baseball tryouts are next Monday, January 28th, at the baseball field after school at 3:45pm. Don’t be late. Please have all of your athletic paperwork complete. Any questions, please see Coach Pete.

Spring Sports Athletes

Concussion testing for spring athletics will take place on the following days:

  • Today and tomorrow after school from 3:30pm to 5:00pm in room 307, as well as…
  • Tomorrow during Tutorial in room 307

Please make sure your concussion test is completed prior to the start of spring practice on Monday, January 28th! Testing will be completed on a first come first serve basis.  If you have questions, please see James Gilmore.

Badminton Tryouts 
Badminton tryouts will be held in the Field House starting on January 28th at 5:00pm. Bring your badminton gear and fill out your athletic forms. Join the Facebook group “CHS Badminton Team” for more information.

Clubs

FBLA Guest Speaker

Hey Tino! FBLA’s Partnership with Business Project is hosting a guest speaker event today during lunch in the gym. The founder of InFuse, a nonprofit dedicated towards helping children with different abilities, will be sharing their experiences about starting and running an organization like InFuse. They will be accompanied by an Emotional Freedom Techniques, or EFT, practitioner with a demo on ways to reduce stress. Come out to the FLBA guest speaker event to learn more!

Global Health Club’s Guest Speaker

Hey Tino! Global Health is hosting a medical director from the Stanford Blood Center today at lunch in room 7103. If you are interested in learning about her educational path, career, or daily duties, make sure to attend. There will be cookies! 

CSF’s First Meeting of the Year

Hey Tino! Are you interested in earning scholarships and hours for volunteering? Join CSF, the largest community service organization on campus and the only honor society open to all grades. We will be having our first meeting of the year this Friday, January 25th, at lunch in the College and Career Center. Please note, we will not be in the gym this Friday, we will be in the CCC.  See you then!

Tinovation Pioneer Hacks II

Hey Tino! Tinovation has an exciting opportunity for you to showcase your CS skills and have some frun at Pioneer Hacks II, an annual 24-hour hackathon on March 2nd-3rd hosted by CHS students. Whether you have been writing code for years or you are just starting, the Hackathon is open to you. Not to mention, the 24 hours will be filled with games, food, and swag. Additionally, there will be a variety of awards for the top hackers. Sign up at pioneerhacks.tech today!

Guest Speaker Bioinformatics Event

Hey Tino! Are you interested in computer science or biology? If yes, then come out to Tino STEM’s guest speaker event where Dr. Dave Burkan, an expert in Bionformatics, will be speaking about his career and how bioinformatics is used to ensure that antiviral treatments are used to cover a wide spectrum of viruses. The event will take place this Friday in Mr. Stavis’s room 7201 at lunch. Hope to see you there.

Chess Club Meeting

Come to Chess Club’s meeting next Monday at lunch in Mr. Tsai’s room 420! No prior experience is needed!

Jan. 23

General Information

Middle College Meeting

SOPHOMORES & JUNIORS: Are you interested in spending next year on the De Anza College campus instead of CHS? If so, then MIDDLE COLLEGE might be the program for you. To learn more about MIDDLE COLLEGE, come to the STUDENTS-ONLY meeting in the CHS Auditorium during tutorial today!

TA’s Needed in PE

If you are in need of elective credit and have a hole in your schedule, Mrs. Borges is looking for TA's 1st, 2nd, and 5th period.

Fremont IDC Exchange

The Fremont High School IDC Exchange is coming up on Friday, January 25, at their Astroworld-themed rally. This is a great opportunity to experience student life at another great school in our district. Applications are now open on Facebook and Schoolloop!

Sports

Swimming Informational Meeting

There is a meeting today (Wednesday, 1/23) at 3:30pm in the wagon wheel for anyone interested in trying out for the CHS swim team this spring.  At the meeting we will inform you of all that needs to be done before tryouts start on Monday. All are welcome, hope to see you there.

Spring Sports Athletes

Concussion testing for spring athletics will take place on the following days:

  • Every day after school this week from 3:30pm to 5:00pm in room 307, as well as
  • Today and Friday this week during Tutorial in room 307.

Please make sure your concussion test is completed prior to the start of spring practice on Monday, January 28! Testing will be completed on a first come first serve basis.  If you have questions, please see James Gilmore.

Badminton Tryouts 
Badminton tryouts will be held in the Field House starting on January 28 at 5 p.m. Bring your badminton gear and fill out your athletic forms. Join the Facebook group “CHS Badminton Team” for more information.

Clubs

Chess Club Meeting

Come to Chess Club’s meeting next Monday at lunch in Mr. Tsai’s room 420! No prior experience is needed!

Global Health Club’s Guest Speaker

Hey Tino! Global Health is hosting a medical director from the Stanford Blood Center tomorrow at lunch in room 7103. If you are interested in learning about her educational path, career, or daily duties, make sure to attend. There will be cookies! 

CSF’s First Meeting of the Year

Hey Tino! Are you interested in earning scholarships and hours for volunteering? Join CSF, the largest community service organization on campus and the only honor society open to all grades. WE will be having our first meeting of the year this Friday, January 25, at lunch in the gym. See you there!

Tinovation Pioneer Hacks II

Hey Tino! Tinovation has an exciting opportunity for you to showcase your CS skills and have some frun at Pioneer Hacks II, an annual 24-hour hackathon on March 2-3 hosted by CHS students. Whether you have been writing code for years or you are just starting, the Hackathon is open to you. Not to mention, the 24 hours will be filled with games, food, and swag. Additionally, there will be a variety of awards for the top hackers. Sign up at pioneerhacks.tech today! 

Jan. 22

General Information

Middle College Meeting

SOPHOMORES & JUNIORS:  Are you interested in spending next year on the De Anza College campus instead of CHS?  If so, then MIDDLE COLLEGE might be the program for you. To learn more about MIDDLE COLLEGE, come to the STUDENTS-ONLY meeting in the CHS Auditorium during tutorial tomorrow. 

TA’s Needed in PE

If you are in need of elective credit and have a hole in your schedule, Mrs. Borges is looking for TA's 1st, 2nd, and 5th period.

Fremont IDC Exchange

The Fremont High School IDC Exchange is coming up on Friday, January 25th, at their Astroworld-themed rally. This is a great opportunity to experience student life at another great school in our district. Applications are now open on Facebook and Schoolloop!

Teen/Community Police Academy

Don’t forget to turn in your Teen/Community Police Academy applications today!!

Sports

Spring Sports Athletes

Concussion testing for spring athletics will take place on the following days:

  • Today through Friday this week after school from 3:30pm to 5:00pm in room 307, as well as
  • Wednesday and Friday this week during Tutorial in room 307.

Please make sure your concussion test is completed prior to the start of spring practice on Monday, January 28! Testing will be completed on a first come first serve basis.  If you have questions, please see James Gilmore.

Badminton Tryouts 
Badminton tryouts will be held in the Field House starting on January 28 at 5 p.m. Bring your badminton gear and fill out your athletic forms. Join the Facebook group “CHS Badminton Team” for more information.

Clubs

Webcomic Contest

Do you want to be an artist on webtoons? Do you like creating Webcomics and stories? Webcomic Art Club Cupertino meets every other Tuesday in room 204, Ms. Pador-Liquigan’s room. Come out to start a hobby of being a webtoon artist! There is a meeting today! 

Chess Club Meeting

Come to Chess Club’s meeting next Monday at lunch in Mr. Tsai’s room 420! No prior experience is needed!

Global Health Club’s Guest Speaker

Hey Tino! Global Health is hosting a medical director from the Stanford Blood Center on Thursday, January 24, in room 7103. If you are interested in learning about her educational path, career, or daily duties, make sure to attend. There will be cookies! 

CSF’s First Meeting of the Year

Hey Tino! Are you interested in earning scholarships and hours for volunteering? Join CSF, the largest community service organization on campus and the only honor society open to all grades. WE will be having our first meeting of the year this Friday, January 25, at lunch in the gym. See you there!

Jan. 17

General Information

Middle College Meeting

SOPHOMORES & JUNIORS:  Are you interested in spending next year on the De Anza College campus instead of CHS?  If so, then MIDDLE COLLEGE might be the program for you. To learn more about MIDDLE COLLEGE, come to the STUDENTS-ONLY meeting in the CHS Auditorium during tutorial on Wednesday, January 23rd.

TA’s Needed in PE

If you are in need of elective credit and have a hole in your schedule, Mrs. Borges is looking for TA's 1st, 2nd, and 5th period.

Fremont IDC Exchange

The Fremont High School IDC Exchange is coming up on Friday, January 25th, at their Astroworld-themed rally. This is a great opportunity to experience student life at another great school in our district. Applications are now open on Facebook and Schoolloop!

Calling all Biology Enthusiasts!  

Cupertino High School will be hosting the USA Biology Olympiad exam this year on Monday, February 11th, at 3:45pm in room 504.  Please use the following link to find out more about the exam and register for the test. The registration deadline is TOMORROW!  https://www.usabo-trc.org/student/register

AMC 10/12 Signups

The AMC 10 and 12 is the entry point to one of the nation’s largest math competitive series and will take place after school on February 7, 2019 at CHS. The fee is now $5 before January 22nd. Please sign up at tinyurl.com/chsamc2019 and give the fee to Mr. Hamilton in room 411. Please feel free to email tinocompetitivemath@gmail.com with any questions.

Teen/Community Police Academy

Are you interested in law enforcement or wonder what police work is like? Do you want to see the inside of a jail, a K-9 demonstration, or want to go on a ride-along? 

The Sheriff’s Office runs a free 12-week program that is designed to provide students with an inside look at the various aspects of law enforcement. Classes will be held on Wednesday evenings from 6-9pm beginning January 30th. Pick up an application in the main office or apply online on the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office website. Applications are due no later than JANUARY 22!         

Sports

Baseball

All those interested in trying out for baseball this spring there is a baseball meeting today at lunch in Room 121. Any questions? Please see Coach Pete.

Softball

Softball is starting in 2 weeks on January 28th.  There will be a meeting for any girl interested in playing today at 3:40pm (right after 7th period) at the softball field to discuss the upcoming season. Come on out, no experience necessary.

Spring Sports Athletes

Concussion testing for spring athletics will take place tomorrow,  Jan. 18th, Wednesday Jan. 23rd and Friday Jan. 25th during tutorial in room 307.

Testing will be completed on a first come first serve basis.  The spring sports season begins on Monday, January 28th. If you have questions, please see James Gilmore.

Badminton Open Gym and Tryouts 
Athletics will be hosting an Open Gym for ALL students interested in playing badminton in the field house on 1/21/19 - 4:00pm to 7:00pm. No experience needed, hope to see you there.

Badminton tryouts will be held in the Field House starting on January 28th at 5:00pm. Bring your badminton gear and fill out your athletic forms. Join the Facebook group “CHS Badminton Team” for more information.

Clubs

FASA Meeting

Hey Tino! FASA will be having a meeting tomorrow at lunch in Ms. Masuda’s room, room 211. We will be discussing out plans for apparel and talking about music from the Philippines. See you there! 

JSU Informational Meeting

Shalom Cupertino! Want to learn more about Jewish culture? Want to meet other Jewish teens on campus? Want bagels? Then come out to the Jewish Student Union’s informational meeting at lunch in room509 tomorrow. All are welcome, you don’t need to be Jewish to join! See you there!

Game Development Club First Meeing: Intro to VR

Did you get an F on that last Bio quiz? Did you fall asleep during the SAT? Or are you just sick of reality? Well no longer. In virtual reality you can create the world you want to live in. Game Development Club will have its first meeting of the year tomorrow at lunch in room 723, teaching you to create your very own virtual reality world and experience it firsthand. No development experience is required. Again, our intro to VR is tomorrow at lunch in room 723. 

Chess Club Meeting

Come to Chess Club’s meeting next Monday at lunch in Mr. Tsai’s room 420! No prior experience is needed!

Global Health Club’s Guest Speaker

Hey Tino! Global Health is hosting a medical director from the Stanford Blood Center on Thursday, January 24th, in room 7103. If you are interested in learning about her educational path, career, or daily duties, make sure to attend. There will be cookies! 

Bay AI Artificial Intelligence Classes

Do you want to get into the field of Artificial Intelligence, but feel overwhelmed and unsure of where to start? Or maybe you want to build powerful machine learning models to address real world issues? If so, Bay AI is the club for you! At Bay AI, you will dive head first into the field through a structured curriculum, projects to showcase your skill, and guest lectures from Google AI, NVIDIA, and Machine Zone. Meetings are held every Friday from 7:00pm- 8:30pm at Hacker Dojo in Santa Clara. We shop to see you at our first meeting on January 25th.  Join our mailing list at bit.ly/airocks

Jan. 16

General Information

TA’s Needed in PE

If you are in need of elective credit and have a hole in your schedule, Mrs. Borges is looking for TA's 1st, 2nd, and 5th period.

Fremont IDC Exchange

The Fremont High School IDC Exchange is coming up on Friday, January 25th, at their Astroworld-themed rally. This is a great opportunity to experience student life at another great school in our district. Applications are now open on Facebook and Schoolloop!

Tino Talks

Wow, did you hear? Cupertino Talks speaker applications are now open! Cupertino Talks is a night of performance and creativity with a purpose. Though the medium of student-created art, stories, music, poetry, and immersive performances, we will be celebrating and exploring this year's theme: live. The speaker applications close January 16th, 2019. You can find the application at tinyurl.com/talkspeaker!

Calling all Biology Enthusiasts!  

Cupertino High School will be hosting the USA Biology Olympiad exam this year on Monday, February 11th, at 3:45pm in room 504.  Please use the following link to find out more about the exam and register for the test by the January 18th deadline:  https://www.usabo-trc.org/student/register

AMC 10/12 Signups

The AMC 10 and 12 is the entry point to one of the nation’s largest math competitive series and will take place after school on February 7, 2019 at CHS. The fee is now $5 before January 22nd. Please sign up at tinyurl.com/chsamc2019 and give the fee to Mr. Hamilton in room 411. Please feel free to email tinocompetitivemath@gmail.com with any questions.

Teen/Community Police Academy

Are you interested in law enforcement or wonder what police work is like? Do you want to see the inside of a jail, a K-9 demonstration, or want to go on a ride-along? 

The Sheriff’s Office runs a free 12-week program that is designed to provide students with an inside look at the various aspects of law enforcement. Classes will be held on Wednesday evenings from 6-9pm beginning January 30th. Pick up an application in the main office or apply online on the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office website.Applications are due no later than JANUARY 22!         

Sports

Baseball

All those interested in trying out for baseball this spring there is a baseball meeting tomorrow, Thursday January 17th, at lunch in Room 121. Any questions? Please see Coach Pete.

Softball

Softball is starting in 2 weeks on January 28th.  There will be a meeting for any girl interested in playing this Thursday, January 17th, at 3:40pm (right after 7th period) at the softball field to discuss the upcoming season. Come on out, no experience necessary.

Spring Sports Athletes

Concussion testing for spring athletics will take place on:

  • TODAY, Jan. 16th, Friday Jan. 18th, Wednesday Jan. 23rd and Friday Jan. 25th during tutorial in room 307

Testing will be completed on a first come first serve basis.  The spring sports season begins on Monday, January 28th. If you have questions, please see James Gilmore.

Badminton Open Gym and Tryouts 
Athletics will be hosting an Open Gym for ALL students interested in playing badminton in the field house on 1/21/19 - 4:00pm to 7:00pm. No experience needed, hope to see you there.

Badminton tryouts will be held in the Field House starting on January 28th at 5:00pm. Bring your badminton gear and fill out your athletic forms. Join the Facebook group “CHS Badminton Team” for more information.

Clubs

Cupertino Robotics AI Workshop This Wednesday!

Hey Tino! Today Cupertino Robotics is honoring an AI workshop during lunch in room 6105. This workshop takes place every other Wednesday and covers a variety of AI topics, but don’t be intimidated! The workshop is open to beginners. 

Global Health Club’s Guest Speaker

Hey Tino! Global Health is hosting a medical director from the Stanford Blood Center on Thursday, January 24th, in room 7103. If you are interested in learning about her educational path, career, or daily duties, make sure to attend. There will be cookies! 

JSU Informational Meeting

Shalom Cupertino! Want to learn more about Jewish culture? Want to meet other Jewish teens on campus? Want bagels? Then come out to the Jewish Student Union’s informational meeting at lunch in room 509 this Friday. All are welcome, you don’t need to be Jewish to join! See you there!

Chess Club Meeting

Come to Chess Club’s meeting next Monday at lunch in Mr. Tsai’s room 420! No prior experience is needed!

Bay AI Artificial Intelligence Classes

Do you want to get into the field of Artificial Intelligence, but feel overwhelmed and unsure of where to start? Or maybe you want to build powerful machine learning models to address real world issues? If so, Bay AI is the club for you! At Bay AI, you will dive head first into the field through a structured curriculum, projects to showcase your skill, and guest lectures from Google AI, NVIDIA, and Machine Zone. Meetings are held every Friday from 7:00pm- 8:30pm at Hacker Dojo in Santa Clara. We shop to see you at our first meeting on January 25th.  Join our mailing list at bit.ly/airocks

Game Development Club First Meeing: Intro to VR

Did you get an F on that last Bio quiz? Did you fall asleep during the SAT? Or are you just sick of reality? Well no longer. In virtual reality you can create the world you want to live in. Game Development Club will have its first meeting of the year this Friday at lunch in room 723, teaching you to create your very own virtual reality world and experience it firsthand. No development experience is required. Again, our intro to VR is this Friday at lunch in room 723.

Jan. 15

General Information

TA’s Needed in PE

If you are in need of elective credit and have a hole in your schedule, Mrs. Borges is looking for TA's 1st, 2nd, and 5th period.

Fremont IDC Exchange

The Fremont High School IDC Exchange is coming up on Friday, January 25th, at their Astroworld-themed rally. This is a great opportunity to experience student life at another great school in our district. Applications are now open on Facebook and Schoolloop! 

Tino Talks

Wow, did you hear? Cupertino Talks speaker applications are now open! Cupertino Talks is a night of performance and creativity with a purpose. Though the medium of student-created art, stories, music, poetry, and immersive performances, we will be celebrating and exploring this year's theme: live. The speaker applications close January 16th, 2019. You can find the application at tinyurl.com/talkspeaker!

Calling all Biology Enthusiasts!  

Cupertino High School will be hosting the USA Biology Olympiad exam this year on Monday, February 11th, at 3:45pm in room 504.  Please use the following link to find out more about the exam and register for the test by the January 18th deadline:  https://www.usabo-trc.org/student/register

AMC 10/12 Signups

The AMC 10 and 12 is the entry point to one of the nation’s largest math competitive series and will take place after school on February 7, 2019 at CHS. The fee is now $5 before January 22nd. Please sign up at tinyurl.com/chsamc2019 and give the fee to Mr. Hamilton in room 411. Please feel free to email tinocompetitivemath@gmail.com with any questions.

Teen/Community Police Academy

Are you interested in law enforcement or wonder what police work is like? Do you want to see the inside of a jail, a K-9 demonstration, or want to go on a ride-along? 

The Sheriff’s Office runs a free 12-week program that is designed to provide students with an inside look at the various aspects of law enforcement. Classes will be held on Wednesday evenings from 6-9pm beginning January 30th. Pick up an application in the main office or apply online on the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office website. Applications are due no later than JANUARY 22!         

Sports

Softball

Softball is starting in 2 weeks on January 28th.  There will be a meeting for any girl interested in playing this Thursday, January 17th, at 3:40pm (right after 7th period) at the softball field to discuss the upcoming season. Come on out, no experience necessary.

Spring Sports Athletes

Concussion testing for spring athletics will take place on:

  • Wednesday Jan. 16th, Friday Jan. 18th, Wednesday Jan. 23rd and Friday Jan. 25th during tutorial in room 307

Testing will be completed on a first come first serve basis.  The spring sports season begins on Monday, January 28th. If you have questions, please see James Gilmore.

Badminton Open Gym and Tryouts 
Athletics will be hosting an Open Gym for ALL students interested in playing badminton in the field house on the following dates:
  *   TODAY- 6:00pm to 9:00pm
  *   1/21/19 - 4:00pm to 7:00pm

No experience needed, hope to see you there. Badminton tryouts will be held in the Field House starting on January 28th at 5:00pm. Bring your badminton gear and fill out your athletic forms. Join the Facebook group “CHS Badminton Team” for more information.

Clubs

Cupertino Robotics AI Workshop This Wednesday!

Hey Tino! This Wednesday, Cupertino Robotics is honoring an AI workshop during lunch in room 6105. This workshop takes place every other Wednesday and covers a variety of AI topics, but don’t be intimidated! The workshop is open to beginners.

JSU Informational Meeting

Shalom Cupertino! Want to learn more about Jewish culture? Want to meet other Jewish teens on campus? Want bagels? Then come out to the Jewish Student Union’s informational meeting at lunch in room 509 this Friday. All are welcome, you don’t need to be Jewish to join! See you there! 

Chess Club Meeting

Come to Chess Club’s meeting next Monday at lunch in Mr. Tsai’s room 420! No prior experience is needed!

Jan. 14

General Information

Tino Talks

Wow, did you hear? Cupertino Talks speaker applications are now open! Cupertino Talks is a night of performance and creativity with a purpose. Though the medium of student-created art, stories, music, poetry, and immersive performances, we will be celebrating and exploring this year's theme: live. The speaker applications close January 16th, 2019. You can find the application at tinyurl.com/talkspeaker!

Calling all Biology Enthusiasts!  

Cupertino High School will be hosting the USA Biology Olympiad exam this year on Monday, February 11th, at 3:45pm in room 504.  Please use the following link to find out more about the exam and register for the test by the January 18th deadline:  https://www.usabo-trc.org/student/register

AMC 10/12 Signups

The AMC 10 and 12 is the entry point to one of the nation’s largest math competitive series and will take place after school on February 7, 2019 at CHS. The fee is $4 before January 15th and $5 before January 22nd. Please sign up at tinyurl.com/chsamc2019 and give the fee to Mr. Hamilton in room 411. Please feel free to email tinocompetitivemath@gmail.com with any questions.

Teen/Community Police Academy

Are you interested in law enforcement or wonder what police work is like? Do you want to see the inside of a jail, a K-9 demonstration, or want to go on a ride-along? 

The Sheriff’s Office runs a free 12-week program that is designed to provide students with an inside look at the various aspects of law enforcement. Classes will be held on Wednesday evenings from 6-9pm beginning January 30th. Pick up an application in the main office or apply online on the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office website. Applications are due no later than Jan. 22.        

Sports

Badminton Open Gym and Tryouts 
Athletics will be hosting an Open Gym for ALL students interested in playing badminton in the field house on the following dates:
  *   1/15/19 - 6:00pm to 9:00pm
  *   1/21/19 - 4:00pm to 7:00pm

No experience needed, hope to see you there. Badminton tryouts will be held in the Field House starting on January 28th at 5:00pm. Bring your badminton gear and fill out your athletic forms. Join the Facebook group “CHS Badminton Team” for more information.

GYMNASTICS

There will be an informational meeting for all students interested in participating on the GYMNASTICS team this spring.  The meeting will take place on Tuesday 1/15 at lunch in room 10.  No experience is required.  Please see the gymnastics page of the CHS athletics website or Coach Gilmore if you have questions.

Clubs

Bullet Journaling Club First Meeting

Come out to Tino Bullet Journaling Club’s first meeting today in room 6227 at lunch if you want to learn calligraphy or get organized for the new year. No prior experience in bullet journaling or lettering is needed. There will be food.

Chess Club Meeting

Make sure to come out to Chess Club’s meeting today at lunch in Mr. Tsai’s room 420! No prior experience is needed.

Jan. 10

General Information

Fremont IDC Exchange

The Fremont High School IDC Exchange is coming up on Friday, January 25th, at their Astroworld-themed rally. This is a great opportunity to experience student life at another great school in our district. Applications are now open on Facebook and Schoolloop! 

Tino Talks

Wow, did you hear? Cupertino Talks speaker applications are now open! Cupertino Talks is a night of performance and creativity with a purpose. Though the medium of student-created art, stories, music, poetry, and immersive performances, we will be celebrating and exploring this year's theme: live. The speaker applications close January 16th, 2019. You can find the application at tinyurl.com/talkspeaker!

Calling all Biology Enthusiasts!  

Cupertino High School will be hosting the USA Biology Olympiad exam this year on Monday, February 11th, at 3:45pm in room 504.  Please use the following link to find out more about the exam and register for the test by the January 18th deadline:  https://www.usabo-trc.org/student/register

AMC 10/12 Signups

The AMC 10 and 12 is the entry point to one of the nation’s largest math competitive series and will take place after school on February 7, 2019 at CHS. The fee is $4 before January 15th and $5 before January 22nd. Please sign up at tinyurl.com/chsamc2019 and give the fee to Mr. Hamilton in room 411. Please feel free to email tinocompetitivemath@gmail.com with any questions.

Teen/Community Police Academy

Are you interested in law enforcement or wonder what police work is like? Do you want to see the inside of a jail, a K-9 demonstration, or want to go on a ride-along? 

The Sheriff’s Office runs a free 12-week program that is designed to provide students with an inside look at the various aspects of law enforcement. Classes will be held on Wednesday evenings from 6-9pm beginning January 30th. Pick up an application in the main office or apply online on the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office website. Applications are due no later than Jan. 22!         

Terra Nova Tutors Needed

Interested in mentoring some of your fellow students on campus? The Terra Nova Program is recruiting tutors for the next school year. Must be a current Sophomore or Junior in Pre-Calculus, Pre-Calculus Honors, or Calculus AB. Please apply at tinyurl.com/terranovatutor19. E-mail or visit Mr. Choe in room 913 if you have any questions. Applications are due this Friday, January 11.

Sports

Boys Golf

All students interested in trying out for Varsity Boys Golf team please come to a mandatory meeting Friday, January 11 at lunch in room 6206.

Tino Spike

Calling all volleyball players! Do you love playing volleyball, but don’t have a place to do so? Do you want to improve your skills? Then make sure not to miss out on Tino Spikes’ very first meeting of the year today at lunch. Tino Spikes is the only volleyball-focused club on campus and will be holding a tournament this year. Come out to room 915, Mrs. Schaetzke’s, room at lunch today to learn more about the upcoming tournament and more!

Badminton Open Gym and Tryouts 
Athletics will be hosting an Open Gym for ALL students interested in playing badminton in the field house on the following dates:
  *   1/11/19 - 4:00pm to 6:00pm
  *   1/15/19 - 6:00pm to 9:00pm
  *   1/21/19 - 4:00pm to 7:00pm

No experience needed, hope to see you there. Badminton tryouts will be held in the Field House starting on January 28th at 5:00pm. Bring your badminton gear and fill out your athletic forms. Join the Facebook group “CHS Badminton Team” for more information.

GYMNASTICS

There will be an informational meeting for all students interested in participating on the GYMNASTICS team this spring.  The meeting will take place on Tuesday 1/15 at lunch in room 10.  No experience is required.  Please see the gymnastics page of the CHS athletics website or Coach Gilmore if you have questions.

Clubs

Bullet Journaling Club First Meeting

Come out to Tino Bullet Journaling Club’s first meeting next Monday, January 14th, in room 6227 at lunch if you want to learn calligraphy or get organized for the new year. No prior experience in bullet journaling or lettering is needed. There will be food.

Jan. 9

General Information

Tino Talks

Wow, did you hear? Cupertino Talks speaker applications are now open! Cupertino Talks is a night of performance and creativity with a purpose. Though the medium of student-created art, stories, music, poetry, and immersive performances, we will be celebrating and exploring this year's theme: live. The speaker applications close January 16th, 2019. You can find the application at tinyurl.com/talkspeaker!

Calling all Biology Enthusiasts!  

Cupertino High School will be hosting the USA Biology Olympiad exam this year on Monday, February 11th, at 3:45pm in room 504.  Please use the following link to find out more about the exam and register for the test by the January 18th deadline:  https://www.usabo-trc.org/student/register

Administrative Tutorial 

Reminder! All students assigned to Administrative Tutorial before the break are still required to attend.  If you have met all the requirements to exit see Ms. D in the office.

AMC 10/12 Signups

The AMC 10 and 12 is the entry point to one of the nation’s largest math competitive series and will take place after school on February 7, 2019 at CHS. The fee is $4 before January 15 and $5 before January 22. Please sign up at tinyurl.com/chsamc2019 and give the fee to Mr. Hamilton in room 411. Please feel free to email tinocompetitivemath@gmail.com with any questions.

Teen/Community Police Academy

Are you interested in law enforcement or wonder what police work is like? Do you want to see the inside of a jail, a K-9 demonstration, or want to go on a ride-along? 

The Sheriff’s Office runs a free 12-week program that is designed to provide students with an inside look at the various aspects of law enforcement. Classes will be held on Wednesday evenings from 6-9pm beginning January 30th. Pick up an application in the main office or apply online on the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office website. Applications are due no later than Jan 22.      

Terra Nova Tutors Needed

Interested in mentoring some of your fellow students on campus? The Terra Nova Program is recruiting tutors for the next school year. Must be a current Sophomore or Junior in Pre-Calculus, Pre-Calculus Honors, or Calculus AB. Please apply at tinyurl.com/terranovatutor19. E-mail or visit Mr. Choe in room 913 if you have any questions. Applications are due this Friday, January 11th.

Sports

Boys Golf

All students interested in trying out for Varsity Boys Golf team please come to a mandatory meeting this Friday, January 11th at lunch in room 6206.

Tino Spike

Calling all volleyball players! Do you love playing volleyball, but don’t have a place to do so? Do you want to improve your skills? Then make sure not to miss out on Tino Spikes’ very first meeting of the year tomorrow at lunch. Tino Spike is the only volleyball-focused club on campus and will be holding a tournament this year. Come out to room 915, Mrs. Schaetzke’s, room at lunch tomorrow to learn more about the upcoming tournament and more!

Badminton Open Gym
Athletics will be hosting an Open Gym for ALL students interested in playing badminton in the field house on the following dates:
  *   1/11/19 - 4:00pm to 6:00pm
  *   1/15/19 - 6:00pm to 9:00pm
  *   1/21/19 - 4:00pm to 7:00pm
No experience needed, hope to see you there.

GYMNASTICS

There will be an informational meeting for all students interested in participating on the GYMNASTICS team this spring.  The meeting will take place on Tuesday 1/15 at lunch in room 10.  No experience is required.  Please see the gymnastics page of the CHS athletics website or Coach Gilmore if you have questions.

Clubs

Bullet Journaling Club First Meeting

Come out to Tino Bullet Journaling Club’s first meeting next Monday, January 14th, in room 6227 at lunch if you want to learn calligraphy or get organized for the new year. No prior experience in bullet journaling or lettering is needed. There will be food.

Jan. 8

General Information

Administrative Tutorial 

All students assigned to Administrative Tutorial before the break are still required to attend. If you have met all the requirements to exit see Ms. D in the office.

AMC 10/12 Signups

The AMC 10 and 12 is the entry point to one of the nation’s largest math competitive series and will take place after school on February 7, 2019 at CHS. The fee is $4 before January 15 and $5 before January 22. Please sign up at tinyurl.com/chsamc2019 and give the fee to Mr. Hamilton in room 411. Please feel free to email tinocompetitivemath@gmail.com with any questions.

Teen/Community Police Academy

Are you interested in law enforcement or wonder what police work is like? Do you want to see the inside of a jail, a K-9 demonstration, or want to go on a ride-along?

The Sheriff’s Office runs a free 12-week program that is designed to provide students with an inside look at the various aspects of law enforcement. Classes will be held on Wednesday evenings from 6 to 9 p.m. beginning January 30. Pick up an application in the main office or apply online on the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office website. Applications are due no later than Jan. 22!          

Terra Nova Tutors Needed

Interested in mentoring some of your fellow students on campus? The Terra Nova Program is recruiting tutors for the next school year. Must be a current Sophomore or Junior in Pre-Calculus, Pre-Calculus Honors, or Calculus AB. Please apply at tinyurl.com/terranovatutor19. E-mail or visit Mr. Choe in room 913 if you have any questions. Applications are due this Friday, January 11.

Sports

Boys Golf

All students interested in trying out for Varsity Boys Golf team please come to a mandatory meeting Friday, January 11 at lunch in room 206.

Jan. 7

General Information

Teen/Community Police Academy

Are you interested in law enforcement or wonder what police work is like? Do you want to see the inside of a jail, a K-9 demonstration, or want to go on a ride-along?

The Sheriff’s Office runs a free 12-week program that is designed to provide students with an inside look at the various aspects of law enforcement. Classes will be held on Wednesday evenings from 6-9pm beginning January 30th. Pick up an application in the main office or apply online on the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office website. Applications are due no later than Jan. 22!          

Terra Nova Tutors Needed

Interested in mentoring some of your fellow students on campus? The Terra Nova Program is recruiting tutors for the next school year. Must be a current Sophomore or Junior in Pre-Calculus, Pre-Calculus Honors, or Calculus AB. Please apply at tinyurl.com/terranovatutor19. E-mail or visit Mr. Choe in room 913 if you have any questions. Applications are due this Friday, January 11.

Sports

Attention Spring Sports Athletes!

Concussion testing for spring athletics will take place on:

  • Wednesday Jan. 16, Friday Jan. 18, Wednesday Jan. 23, and Friday Jan. 25 during tutorial in room 307

Testing will be completed on a first come first serve basis.  The spring sports season begins on Monday, January 28. If you have questions, please see James Gilmore.

Boys Golf

All students interested in trying out for Varsity Boys Golf team please come to a mandatory meeting Friday, January 11 at lunch in room 206.

December

Dec. 19

General Information

Winter Concert

Come one come all! Take a break from studying for finals and come hear your CHS PROUD Pioneer Band at their Winter Concert this evening at 7pm.  You're sure to hear your holiday favorite.  Admission is $5 at the door.

Lost & Found

Have you lost a jacket, water bottle, glasses, pencil case or more? Please stop by the College & Career Center to see if your items are there. Anything not picked up TODAY will be donated!

AMC 10/12 Signups

The AMC 10 and 12 is the entry point to one of the nation’s largest math competitive series, and will take place after school on February 7, 2019 at CHS. The fee is $4 before January 15th and $5 before January 22nd. Please sign up at tinyurl.com/chsamc2019 and give the fee to Mr. Hamilton in room 411. Please feel free to email tinocompetitivemath@gmail.com with any questions.

Teen/Community Police Academy

Are you interested in law enforcement or wonder what police work is like? Do you want to see the inside of a jail, a K-9 demonstration, or want to go on a ride-along? 

The Sheriff’s Office runs a free 12-week program that is designed to provide students with an inside look at the various aspects of law enforcement. Classes will be held on Wednesday evenings from 6-9pm beginning January 30th. Pick up an application in the main office or apply online on the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office website. Applications are due no later than JANUARY 22!

Sophomores

2021 Apparel Orders

Hey 2021! Apparel orders are still open! Hoodies are $24 and longsleeves are $15. Make sure to get your apparel at tinyurl.com/21apparelorders before January 7!

Dec. 17

General Information

Winter Concert

Come one come all! Take a break from studying for finals and come hear your CHS PROUD Pioneer Band at their Winter Concert Wednesday December 19th at 7pm.  You're sure to hear your holiday favorite.  Admission is $5 at the door.

Lost & Found

Have you lost a jacket, water bottle, glasses, pencil case or more? Please stop by the College & Career Center to see if your items are there. Anything not picked up by this Wednesday, December 19th will be donated!

AMC 10/12 Signups

The AMC 10 and 12 is the entry point to one of the nation’s largest math competitive series, and will take place after school on February 7, 2019 at CHS. The fee is $4 before January 15th and $5 before January 22nd. Please sign up at tinyurl.com/chsamc2019 and give the fee to Mr. Hamilton in room 411. Please feel free to email tinocompetitivemath@gmail.com with any questions.

Teen/Community Police Academy

Are you interested in law enforcement or wonder what police work is like? Do you want to see the inside of a jail, a K-9 demonstration, or want to go on a ride-along? 

The Sheriff’s Office runs a free 12-week program that is designed to provide students with an inside look at the various aspects of law enforcement. Classes will be held on Wednesday evenings from 6-9pm beginning January 30. Pick up an application in the main office or apply online on the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office website. Applications are due no later than January 22.

Sophomores

2021 Apparel Orders

Hey 2021! Apparel orders are still open! Hoodies are $24 and long sleeves are $15. Make sure to get your apparel at tinyurl.com/21apparelorders before January 7th!

Sports

Attention Spring Sports Athletes!

Concussion testing for spring athletics will take place on:

  • Wednesday Jan. 16, Friday Jan. 18, Wednesday Jan. 23, and Friday Jan. 25 during tutorial in room 307

Testing will be completed on a first come first serve basis.  The spring sports season begins on Monday, January 28. If you have questions, please see James Gilmore.

Dec. 14

General Information

Lost & Found

Have you lost a jacket, water bottle, glasses, pencil case or more? Please stop by the College & Career Center to see if your items are there. Anything not picked up by Wednesday, December 19th will be donated!

Library News

Did you know that library books are available for check-out over winter break?!  And, don’t forget that you can download eBooks and audiobooks using our new Sora app, which also connects to the Santa Clara Public Library system!  Come on up and ask our friendly librarians if you have any questions!

AMC 10/12 Signups

The AMC 10 and 12 is the entry point to one of the nation’s largest math competitive series, and will take place after school on February 7, 2019 at CHS. The fee is $4 before January 15th and $5 before January 22nd. Please sign up at tinyurl.com/chsamc2019 and give the fee to Mr. Hamilton in room 411. Please feel free to email tinocompetitivemath@gmail.com with any questions.

CHS Second Harvest Food Drive

Cupertino, we are hosting a Second Harvest Food Drive in our efforts to serve our larger communities. Non-perishable donations will go to serve people in need in Cupertino, Santa Clara, San Jose, and other South Bay cities. If every single person on our campus donates at least 1 item, we will not only reach our goal, but also overflow our bins! Let’s come together Pioneers and help our community one last time before the end of this semester! Feed the Need!

DON’T MISS THE UPCOMING HOLIDAY CHOIR CONCERT!

Don’t forget to come to see the Holiday Choir this evening!

Ladies Choir begins the show with a “Home Alone” classic.  The Men show off some smooth moves with “Blue Christmas” and the rock version of “Santa Claus is Comin to town.” Cantos Choir shines on Santa Baby and Here Comes Santa Claus. And, the Cappella Choir always has lot of surprises in this year’s musical stocking.  The shows are guaranteed to entertain!  

Don’t miss it –This evening, December 14th, at 7pm in the Auditorium. Tickets can be purchased online at: http://www.seatyourself.biz/chs or for $5 at the door.  

Teen/Community Police Academy

Are you interested in law enforcement or wonder what police work is like? Do you want to see the inside of a jail, a K-9 demonstration, or want to go on a ride-along? 

The Sheriff’s Office runs a free 12-week program that is designed to provide students with an inside look at the various aspects of law enforcement. Classes will be held on Wednesday evenings from 6-9pm beginning January 30th. Pick up an application in the main office or apply online on the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office website. Applications are due no later than JANUARY 22!

Sophomores

2021 Apparel Orders

Hey 2021! Apparel orders are still open! Hoodies are $24 and longsleeves are $15. Make sure to get your apparel at tinyurl.com/21apparelorders before January 7th!

Dec. 13

General Information

Library News

Did you know that library books are available for check-out over winter break?!  And, don’t forget that you can download eBooks and audiobooks using our new Sora app, which also connects to the Santa Clara Public Library system!  Come on up and ask our friendly librarians if you have any questions!

AMC 10/12 Signups

The AMC 10 and 12 is the entry point to one of the nation’s largest math competitive series, and will take place after school on February 7, 2019 at CHS. The fee is $4 before January 15th and $5 before January 22nd. Please sign up at tinyurl.com/chsamc2019 and give the fee to Mr. Hamilton in room 411. Please feel free to email tinocompetitivemath@gmail.com with any questions.

CHS Second Harvest Food Drive

Cupertino, we are hosting a Second Harvest Food Drive in our efforts to serve our larger communities. Non-perishable donations will go to serve people in need in Cupertino, Santa Clara, San Jose, and other South Bay cities. If every single person on our campus donates at least 1 item, we will not only reach our goal, but also overflow our bins! Let’s come together Pioneers and help our community one last time before the end of this semester! Feed the Need!

DON’T MISS THE UPCOMING HOLIDAY CHOIR CONCERTS

Don’t forget to come to see the Holiday Choir Concerts this evening, December 13th, and tomorrow evening December 14th!

Ladies Choir begins the show with a “Home Alone” classic.  The Men show off some smooth moves with “Blue Christmas” and the rock version of “Santa Claus is Comin to town.” Cantos Choir shines on Santa Baby and Here Comes Santa Claus. And, the Cappella Choir always has lot of surprises in this year’s musical stocking.  The shows are guaranteed to entertain!  

Don’t miss it –This evening, December 13th, and tomorrow evening, December 14th, at 7pm in the Auditorium. Tickets can be purchased online at: http://www.seatyourself.biz/chs or for $5 at the door.  

Teen/Community Police Academy

Are you interested in law enforcement or wonder what police work is like? Do you want to see the inside of a jail, a K-9 demonstration, or want to go on a ride-along? 

The Sheriff’s Office runs a free 12-week program that is designed to provide students with an inside look at the various aspects of law enforcement. Classes will be held on Wednesday evenings from 6-9pm beginning January 30th. Pick up an application in the main office or apply online on the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office website. Applications are due no later than JANUARY 22!

Sophomores

2021 Apparel Orders

Hey 2021! Apparel orders are still open! Hoodies are $24 and longsleeves are $15. Make sure to get your apparel at tinyurl.com/21apparelorders before January 7th!

Sports

Softball

We are having a short meeting today at 3:30pm at the softball field for anyone interested in playing softball in the upcoming season.

Dec. 12

General Information

AMC 10/12 Signups

The AMC 10 and 12 is the entry point to one of the nation’s largest math competitive series, and will take place after school on February 7, 2019 at CHS. The fee is $4 before January 15th and $5 before January 22nd. Please sign up at tinyurl.com/chsamc2019 and give the fee to Mr. Hamilton in room 411. Please feel free to email tinocompetitivemath@gmail.com with any questions.

CHS Second Harvest Food Drive

Cupertino, we are hosting a Second Harvest Food Drive in our efforts to serve our larger communities. Non-perishable donations will go to serve people in need in Cupertino, Santa Clara, San Jose, and other South Bay cities. If every single person on our campus donates at least 1 item, we will not only reach our goal, but also overflow our bins! Let’s come together Pioneers and help our community one last time before the end of this semester! Feed the Need!

DON’T MISS THE UPCOMING HOLIDAY CHOIR CONCERTS

Thursday and Friday December 13th and 14th are the Holiday Choir Concerts.

Ladies Choir begins the show with a “Home Alone” classic.  The Men show off some smooth moves with “Blue Christmas” and the rock version of “Santa Claus is Comin to town.” Cantos Choir shines on Santa Baby and Here Comes Santa Claus. And, the Cappella Choir always has lot of surprises in this year’s musical stocking.  The shows are guaranteed to entertain!  

Don’t miss it – Thursday and Friday December 13th and 14th at 7pm in the Auditorium. Tickets can be purchased online at: http://www.seatyourself.biz/chs or for $5 at the door.  

Winter Orchestra Concert

Come hear Tino's outstanding orchestras perform with Homestead's orchestra at their combined Winter Concert tonight at 7:30pm. The concert is free, will take place in the Homestead Auditorium, and will include the music of Handel and Tchaikovsky alongside music from South America, Japanese Anime and Hollywood!

Teen/Community Police Academy

Are you interested in law enforcement or wonder what police work is like? Do you want to see the inside of a jail, a K-9 demonstration, or want to go on a ride-along? 

The Sheriff’s Office runs a free 12-week program that is designed to provide students with an inside look at the various aspects of law enforcement. Classes will be held on Wednesday evenings from 6-9pm beginning January 30th. Pick up an application in the main office or apply online on the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office website. Applications are due no later than JANUARY 22!

Sophomores

2021 Apparel Orders

Hey 2021! Apparel orders are still open! Hoodies are $24 and longsleeves are $15. Make sure to get your apparel at tinyurl.com/21apparelorders before January 7th!

Sports

Boys Tennis

All boys interested in playing tennis in the spring should come to an informational meeting at lunch in room 708 today!

Softball

We are having a short meeting tomorrow (Thursday, December 13th) at 3:30pm at the softball field for anyone interested in playing softball in the upcoming season.

Clubs

Black Student Union

Hey everyone! Don’t forget to come out to our last BSU meeting of the semester. If you would like to know about the history of African American students at Cupertino High School, feel free to join us. All are welcome! We will be in room 109 at lunch today!

Dec. 11

General Information

CHS Second Harvest Food Drive

Cupertino, we are hosting a Second Harvest Food Drive in our efforts to serve our larger communities. Non-perishable donations will go to serve people in need in Cupertino, Santa Clara, San Jose, and other South Bay cities. If every single person on our campus donates at least 1 item, we will not only reach our goal, but also overflow our bins! Let’s come together Pioneers and help our community one last time before the end of this semester! Feed the Need!

DON’T MISS THE UPCOMING HOLIDAY CHOIR CONCERTS

Thursday and Friday December 13th and 14th are the Holiday Choir Concerts.

Ladies Choir begins the show with a “Home Alone” classic.  The Men show off some smooth moves with “Blue Christmas” and the rock version of “Santa Claus is Comin to town.” Cantos Choir shines on Santa Baby and Here comes Santa Claus. And, the Cappella Choir always has lot of surprises in this year’s musical stocking.  The shows are guaranteed to entertain!  

Don’t miss it – Thursday and Friday December 13th and 14th at 7pm in the Auditorium. Tickets can be purchased online at: http://www.seatyourself.biz/chs or for $5 at the door.  

Winter Orchestra Concert

Come hear Tino's outstanding orchestras perform with Homestead's orchestra at their combined Winter Concert, tomorrow night, Wednesday, December 12th, at 7:30pm. The concert is free, will take place in the Homestead Auditorium, and will include the music of Handel and Tchaikovsky alongside music from South America, Japanese Anime and Hollywood!

Teen/Community Police Academy

Are you interested in law enforcement or wonder what police work is like? Do you want to see the inside of a jail, a K-9 demonstration, or want to go on a ride-along? 

The Sheriff’s Office runs a free 12-week program that is designed to provide students with an inside look at the various aspects of law enforcement. Classes will be held on Wednesday evenings from 6-9pm beginning January 30th. Pick up an application in the main office or apply online on the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office website. Applications are due no later than JANUARY 22.

Sophomores

2021 Apparel Orders

Hey 2021! Apparel orders are still open! Hoodies are $24 and longsleeves are $15. Make sure to get your apparel at tinyurl.com/21apparelorders before January 7!

Sports

Boys Tennis

All boys interested in playing tennis in the spring should come to an informational meeting at lunch in room 708 tomorrow!

Clubs

Tino Poetry Club Meeting

Hey guys! Do you love writing poetry? Then come to Mrs. Hazeghi’s room 107 today at lunch. We will be doing shape poetry and discussing fun projects. Make sure to come out!

Black Student Union

Hey everyone! Don’t forget to come out to our last BSU meeting of the semester. If you would like to know about the history of African American students at Cupertino High School, feel free to join us. All are welcome! We will be in room 109 at lunch tomorrow! 

Dec. 10

General Information

DON’T MISS THE UPCOMING HOLIDAY CHOIR CONCERTS

Thursday and Friday December 13th and 14th are the Holiday Choir Concerts.

Ladies Choir begins the show with a “Home Alone” classic.  The Men show off some smooth moves with “Blue Christmas” and the rock version of “Santa Claus is Comin to town.” Cantos Choir shines on Santa Baby and Here comes Santa Claus. And, the Cappella Choir always has lot of surprises in this year’s musical stocking.  The shows are guaranteed to entertain!  

Don’t miss it – Thursday and Friday December 13 and 14 at 7pm in the Auditorium. Tickets can be purchased online at: http://www.seatyourself.biz/chs or for $5 at the door.  

Winter Orchestra Concert

Come hear Tino's outstanding orchestras perform with Homestead's orchestra at their combined Winter Concert, Wednesday night, December 12th, at 7:30pm. The concert is free, will take place in the Homestead Auditorium, and will include the music of Handel and Tchaikovsky alongside music from South America, Japanese Anime and Hollywood!

Teen/Community Police Academy

Are you interested in law enforcement or wonder what police work is like? Do you want to see the inside of a jail, a K-9 demonstration, or want to go on a ride-along? 

The Sheriff’s Office runs a free 12-week program that is designed to provide students with an inside look at the various aspects of law enforcement. Classes will be held on Wednesday evenings from 6-9pm beginning January 30th. Pick up an application in the main office or apply online on the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office website. Applications are due no later than JANUARY 22!

Sophomores

2021 Apparel Orders

Hey 2021! Apparel orders are still open! Hoodies are $24 and long sleeves are $15. Make sure to get your apparel at tinyurl.com/21apparelorders before January 7!

Sports

Attention Spring Sports Athletes

Concussion testing for spring athletics will take place on:

  • Wednesday Jan. 16th, Friday Jan. 18th, Wednesday Jan. 23rd and Friday Jan. 25th during tutorial in room 307

Testing will be completed on a first come first serve basis. The spring sports season begins on Monday, January 28th. If you have questions, please see James Gilmore.

Boys Tennis

All boys interested in playing tennis in the spring should come to an informational meeting at lunch in room 708 on Wednesday, Dec 12th.

Clubs

Tino Chess Club Meeting

Hey guys! Did you know the World Class Chess Championship recently occurred? Come out to tour Chess Club meeting today to see the amazing games! Or, just chill and play chess with your friends! Make sure to come out to room 420 today at lunch! 

Tino Poetry Club Meeting

Hey guys! Do you love writing poetry? Then come to Mrs. Hazeghi’s room 107 tomorrow, Tuesday, December 11th, at lunch. We will be doing shape poetry and discussing fun projects. Make sure to come out!

Black Student Union

Hey everyone! Don’t forget to come out to our last BSU meeting of the semester. If you would like to know about the history of African American students at Cupertino High School, feel free to join us. All are welcome! We will be in room 109 at lunch this Wednesday, December 12.

Dec. 7

GeneraL

DON’T MISS THE UPCOMING HOLIDAY CHOIR CONCERTS

Thursday and Friday December 13th and 14th are the Holiday Choir Concerts.

Ladies Choir begins the show with a “Home Alone” classic.  The Men show off some smooth moves with “Blue Christmas” and the rock version of “Santa Claus is Comin to town.” Cantos Choir shines on Santa Baby and Here comes Santa Claus. And, the Cappella Choir always has lot of surprises in this year’s musical stocking.  The shows are guaranteed to entertain!  

Don’t miss it – Thursday and Friday December 13 and 14 at 7 p.m. in the Auditorium.

Tickets can be purchased online at: http://www.seatyourself.biz/chs or for $5 at the door.  

Teen/Community Police Academy

Are you interested in law enforcement or wonder what police work is like? Do you want to see the inside of a jail, a K-9 demonstration, or want to go on a ride-along?

The Sheriff’s Office runs a free 12-week program that is designed to provide students with an inside look at the various aspects of law enforcement. Classes will be held on Wednesday evenings from 6-9pm beginning January 30th. Pick up an application in the main office or apply online on the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office website. Applications are due no later than Jan. 22.

Sophomores

2021 Apparel Orders

Hey 2021! Apparel orders are still open! Hoodies are $24 and longsleeves are $15. Make sure to get your apparel at tinyurl.com/21apparelorders before January 7!

Sports

Boys Tennis

All boys interested in playing tennis in the spring should come to an informational meeting at lunch in room 708 on Wednesday, Dec 12th.

Clubs

Tino Chess Club Meeting

Hey guys! Did you know the World Class Chess Championship recently occurred? Come out to tour Chess Club meeting on Monday to see the amazing games! Or, just chill and play chess with your friends! Make sure to come out to room 420 next Monday, December 10, at lunch!

Tino Poetry Club Meeting

Hey guys! Do you love writing poetry? Then come to Mrs. Hazeghi’s room 107 next Tuesday, December 11, at lunch. We will be doing shape poetry and discussing fun projects. Make sure to come out! 

Black Student Union

Hey everyone! Don’t forget to come out to our last BSU meeting of the semester. If you would like to know about the history of African American students at Cupertino High School, feel free to join us. All are welcome! We will be in room 109 at lunch next Wednesday, December 12.

Dec. 6

General Information

Teen/Community Police Academy

Are you interested in law enforcement or wonder what police work is like? Do you want to see the inside of a jail, a K-9 demonstration, or want to go on a ride-along?

The Sheriff’s Office runs a free 12-week program that is designed to provide students with an inside look at the various aspects of law enforcement. Classes will be held on Wednesday evenings from 6-9pm beginning January 30. Pick up an application in the main office or apply online on the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office website. Applications are due no later than January 22!

Sophomores

2021 Apparel Orders

Hey 2021! Apparel orders are still open! Hoodies are $24 and long-sleeves are $15. Make sure to get your apparel at tinyurl.com/21apparelorders before January 7!

Sports

Boys Tennis

All boys interested in playing tennis in the spring should come to an informational meeting at lunch in room 708 on Wednesday, Dec 12.

Clubs

Tino Chess Club Meeting

Hey guys! Did you know the World Class Chess Championship recently occurred? Come out to tour Chess Club meeting next Monday to see the amazing games! Or, just chill and play chess with your friends! Make sure to come out to room 420 next Monday, December 10, at lunch! 

Tino Poetry Club Meeting

Hey guys! Do you love writing poetry? Then come to Mrs. Hazeghi’s room 107 next Tuesday, December 11, at lunch. We will be doing shape poetry and discussing fun projects. Make sure to come out!

Black Student Union

Hey everyone! Don’t forget to come out to our last BSU meeting of the semester. If you would like to know about the history of African American students at Cupertino High School, feel free to join us. All are welcome! We will be in room 109 at lunch next Wednesday, December 12.

Dec. 5

General Information

Teen/Community Police Academy

Are you interested in law enforcement or wonder what police work is like? Do you want to see the inside of a jail, a K-9 demonstration, or want to go on a ride-along?

The Sheriff’s Office runs a free 12-week program that is designed to provide students with an inside look at the various aspects of law enforcement. Classes will be held on Wednesday evenings from 6-9pm beginning January 30th. Pick up an application in the main office or apply online on the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office website. Applications are due no later than JANUARY 22!

Seniors

Come to a FREE Cash 4 College Workshop to complete your FAFSA application.  Drop in to the room 307 Computer Lab today, Wednesday, December 5th from 3:30pm to 7pm. Financial aid experts will be there to assist and answer any questions you or your parents may have. Please read your Schoolloop email for further details or stop by and see Mrs. Amick in the College & Career Center.

Sports

Boys Tennis

All boys interested in playing tennis in the Spring should come to an informational meeting at lunch in room 708 on Wednesday, Dec 12th.

Dec. 4

General Information

Teen/Community Police Academy

Are you interested in law enforcement or wonder what police work is like? Do you want to see the inside of a jail, a K-9 demonstration, or want to go on a ride-along?

The Sheriff’s Office runs a free 12-week program that is designed to provide students with an inside look at the various aspects of law enforcement. Classes will be held on Wednesday evenings from 6-9pm beginning January 30th. Pick up an application in the main office or apply online on the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office website. Applications are due no later than January 22.

Seniors

Come to a FREE Cash 4 College Workshop to complete your FAFSA application.  Drop in to the room 307 Computer Lab at Cupertino High School library this Wednesday, December 5th from 3:30pm to 7pm. Financial aid experts will be there to assist and answer any questions you or your parents may have. Please read your Schoolloop email for further details or stop by and see Mrs. Amick in the College & Career Center.

Clubs

Tino Poetry Club Book

Tino Poetry Club is publishing their won poetry book this year. This is a wonderful opportunity for anyone, regardless of skill level, looking to publish their own poetry! Submissions close today, so hurry up and submit those poems! Follow Tino  Poetry Club 2018-2019 on Facebook for more information and submission link.

Deck The Halls

Have you ever wanted to have Christmas in the Quad? What out having Philz and Noah’s WHILE IT SNOWS! If so, come to Deck The Halls, an opportunity to bring decorations and decorate the school and celebrate the holidays with the Tino Family!! We will be decking the halls today from 6:00pm – 8:00 pm.

Dec. 3

General Information

CUPERTINO-HSINCHU SISTER CITY EXCHANGE INFORMATION MEETING

If you are interested in participating in the Cupertino-Hsinchu Sister City Exchange, please attend the informational meeting regarding details of the 2019 Student Exchange Program. The meeting will be held this evening from 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm, at Cupertino City Hall, EOC Room.

There are opportunities for students to apply to travel with a delegation and staff to chaperone.   

Teen/Community Police Academy

Are you interested in law enforcement or wonder what police work is like? Do you want to see the inside of a jail, a K-9 demonstration, or want to go on a ride-along?

The Sheriff’s Office runs a free 12-week program that is designed to provide students with an inside look at the various aspects of law enforcement. Classes will be held on Wednesday evenings from 6-9pm beginning January 30th. Pick up an application in the main office or apply online on the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office website. Applications are due no later than Jan. 22.

Clubs

Tin Chess Club Meeting

Did you know that the Chess World Championship occurred recently? Come out to our meeting today at lunch in Mr. Tsai’s room 420 to learn more about this amazing tournament!

Tino Poetry Club Book

Tino Poetry Club is publishing their won poetry book this year. This is a wonderful opportunity for anyone, regardless of skill level, looking to publish their own poetry! Submissions close December 4th, so hurry up and submit those poems! Follow Tino  Poetry Club 2018-2019 on Facebook for more information and submission link.

Deck The Halls

Have you ever wanted to have Christmas in the Quad? What out having Philz and Noah’s WHILE IT SNOWS! If so, come to Deck The Halls, an opportunity to bring decorations and decorate the school and celebrate the holidays with the Tino Family!! We will be decking the halls on Tuesday, December 4th from 6:00pm – 8:00 pm.

November

Nov. 29

General Information

CUPERTINO-HSINCHU SISTER CITY EXCHANGE INFORMATION MEETING

If you are interested in participating in the Cupertino-Hsinchu Sister City Exchange, please attend the informational meeting regarding details of the 2019 Student Exchange Program. The meeting will be held on Monday, Dec. 3, 7 to 8 p.m., at Cupertino City Hall, EOC Room.

There are opportunities for students to apply to travel with a delegation and staff to chaperone.

Seniors

November 30 is the last day to place your cap and gown order for graduation.  All orders need to be placed directly with Jostens at Jostens.com or 1-800-567-8367.   

Clubs

Interact Care Packages

Hey Tino! We know finals are stressful, so Interact has created stress-relieving care packages for you to send to you friends, teachers, and even yourself! Packages are selling at $3 for a basic care package and $5 for an intense care package. Buy more than one and there will be a discount on the entire purchase! Orders are due today and the money will be collected at our bi-weekly meetings, or you can drop off your money in room 6205. Order at tinyurl.com/interactcares2018. Take care!

Numpy Library Data Science Workshop

Are you interested in Machine Learning? Do you want to gain experience in the data science field? Come out to a Numpy Library Data Science Workshop tomorrow at lunch in room 312!

Comedy Hour’s Pre-Finals Show

Come out to the Comedy Hour’s last show of the semester tomorrow in the Blackbox at 4:00pm. It’s free!

FASA Meeting

Hey Tino! FASA will be having a meeting tomorrow during lunch in Ms. Masuda’s room, room 211. WE will be going over Filipino music and we will be having our first potluck of the year. See you there!

Tin Chess Club Meeting

Did you know that the Chess World Championship occurred recently? Come out to our meeting on Monday in Mr. Tsai’s room 420 to learn more about this amazing tournament!

Tino Poetry Club Book

Tino Poetry Club is publishing their won poetry book this year. This is a wonderful opportunity for anyone, regardless of skill level, looking to publish their own poetry! Submissions close December 4, so hurry up and submit those poems! Follow Tino  Poetry Club 2018-2019 on Facebook for more information and submission link.

Nov. 28

General Information

Seniors

November 30 is the last day to place your cap and gown order for graduation. All orders need to be placed directly with Jostens at Jostens.com or 1-800-567-8367.   

Challenge Day

We are still in need of more students to participate in challenge day.  If you have received a permission slip, please turn it in today to the main office.  If you do not have one, there are extra permission slips in the lobby of the main office.  Confirmations will be sent later this week through School Loop so if you have turned in your permission slip, please be sure to check your School Loop by the end of the week.

Clubs

Interact Care Packages

Hey Tino! We know finals are stressful, so Interact has created stress-relieving care packages for you to send to you friends, teachers, and even yourself! Packages are selling at $3 for a basic care package and $5 for an intense care package. Buy more than one and there will be a discount on the entire purchase! Orders are due by 11/29 and money will be collected at our bi-weekly meetings, or you can drop off your money in room 6205. Order at tinyurl.com/interactcares2018. Take care! 

Comedy Hour’s Pre-Finals Show

Come out to the Comedy Hour’s last show of the semester this Friday in the Blackbox at 4 p.m. It’s free!

FASA Meeting

Hey Tino! FASA will be hacing a meeting this Friday during lunch in Ms. Masuda’s room, room 211. We will be going over Filipino music and we will be having our first potluck of the year. See you there!

Nov. 26

General Information

Winter Formal

Winter Formal ticket sales continue this week! Tickets are sold inside the ASB room or online at the Student Store!

Library News

Library computers are reserved this week on the following days and periods:

  • Tuesday and Thursday: Periods 2 and 3
  • Wednesday and Friday: Periods 4, 5, and 6

2021 Apparel Updates

Hey 2021! We’ve extended the apparel order deadline to January 7. Make sure to get your apparel at tinyurl.com/21apparelorders. Hoodies are $24 and long sleeves are $15. Please ask any council member if you have any questions!

Challenge Day

We are still in need of more students to participate in challenge day.  If you have received a permission slip, please turn it in today to the main office.  If you do not have one, there are extra permission slips in the lobby of the main office. Confirmations will be sent later this week through School Loop so if you have turned in your permission slip, please be sure to check your School Loop by the end of the week.

Nov. 20

General Information

Winter Formal

Winter Formal ticket sales continue this week! Thanksgiving week prices are $45 with ASB and $55 without. Next week prices raise by $10. Tickets are sold inside the ASB room. 

Challenge Day

Challenge Day will be on December 3rd.  If you are a student that has not participated before, please visit the CHS website under Student Life or the Main Office Lobby for Permission Slips.  If you have participated before, please see Mr. Mitchell or Ms. Olson to inquire about being a Student Leader.  Permission slips are accepted on a first come, first serve basis, so turn them in today!

Camp Fire Relief

We have raised just over $3500 in gift cards so far for the people who have been impacted by the Camp Fire in Northern California.  There are two more days to donate and let’s see if we can reach $5000 by end of brunch on Wednesday. Keep those donations coming!  Thank you to all who have donated so far – your compassion and care for those in need is something to be proud of!

Clubs

Tino Poetry Club

Tino Poetry Club is publishing their very own poetry book! This is a wonderful opportunity for anyone looking to share their poetry. Submissions close on December 4, so hurry up and submit those poems! Come out to our meeting today at lunch in Ms. Hazeghi’s room, 107, for more information.

Nov. 19

General Information

Winter Formal

Winter Formal ticket sales continue this week! Tickets are still $40 with ASB and $50 without. Thanksgiving week prices are $45 with AS and $55 without tomorrow and Wednesday. Next week prices raise by $10. Tickets are sold inside the ASB room.

Challenge Day

Challenge Day will be on December 3rd.  If you are a student that has not participated before, please visit the CHS website under Student Life or the Main Office Lobby for Permission Slips.  If you have participated before, please see Mr. Mitchell or Ms. Olson to inquire about being a Student Leader.  Permission slips are accepted on a first come, first serve basis, so turn them in today!

Camp Fire Relief

Last week we raised just over $2000 in gift cards for those impacted by the Camp Fire in Northern California. Let’s keep the giving going! Yellow donation boxes in the main office, library and room 311 will be out through brunch on Wednesday. Thank you to all who have donated already! 

Clubs

Tino Chess Club Meeting

Come out TODAY to room 420 to play some exciting chess!

Tino Poetry Club

Tino Poetry Club is publishing their very own poetry book! This is a wonderful opportunity for anyone looking to share their poetry. Submissions close on December 4th, so hurry up and submit those poems! Come out to our meeting on Tuesday in Ms. Hazeghi’s room, 107, for more information.

Nov. 16

General Information

Winter Formal 

Winter Formal 2018, Sunshine in the Rain, will be held at Santana Row’s Hotel Valencia on December 20th from 8:00pm – 11:00pm. Ticket are being sold outside the ASB room at lunch for $40 with and ASB card and $50 without. Tickets are also sold online at the Student Store. Permission slips are given at the time of purchase and prices increase weekly!

Cupertino Actors Theatre presents PIPPIN!

Hey Tino! Buy your tickets to the fall musical, PIPPIN, today! PIPPIN tells the story of a young man who sets out on an extraordinary journey filled with magical encounters. Remaining performance is November 16 and 17 at 7:00pm in the CHS Theater. Tickets are $10 with ASB, $12 pre-sale, and $14 at the door. Buy your tickets in the quad during brunch and lunch every day this week or visit bit.do/CATPippin

Challenge Day

Challenge Day will be on December 3rd.  If you are a student that has not participated before, please visit the CHS website under Student Life or the Main Office Lobby for Permission Slips. If you have participated before, please see Mr. Mitchell or Ms. Olson to inquire about being a Student Leader. Permission slips are accepted on a first come, first serve basis, so turn them in today!

Concurrent Enrollment

Did you know that De Anza will be offering General Psychology at Cupertino this Winter Quarter?  If you are a junior or senior and are interested this course or others, please come to the College and Career Center during tutorial today to meet with Mrs. Emmert or come by anytime to the guidance office for help.

Nov. 15

General Information

Camp Fire Donations

Camp Fire Relief - Gift card donations start today! More than 7,000 homes have been destroyed by the Camp Fire in Northern California. Please donate to help those who have lost everything. Look for yellow donation boxes in the main office, the library, and room 311.  There will also be a collection box in the quad at brunch. Let’s show this devastated community our love and support!

Winter Formal

Winter Formal 2018, Sunshine in the Rain, will be held at Santana Row’s Hotel Valencia on December 20th from 8:00pm – 11:00pm. Ticket are being sold outside the ASB room at lunch for $40 with and ASB card and $50 without. Tickets are also sold online at the Student Store. Permission slips are given at the time of purchase and prices increase weekly!

Cupertino Actors Theatre presents PIPPIN!

Hey Tino! Buy your tickets to the fall musical, PIPPIN, today! PIPPIN tells the story of a young man who sets out on an extraordinary journey filled with magical encounters. Remaining performances are November 15, 16, and 17 at 7 p.m. in the CHS Theater. Tickets are $10 with ASB, $12 pre-sale, and $14 at the door. Buy your tickets in the quad during brunch and lunch every day this week or visit bit.do/CATPippin

Volunteer Opportunity

Eisenhower Elementary is looking for responsible, hardworking students to be Cabin Leaders for their wonderful 5th graders at Walden West Science Camp the week of December 2 to 7. This is a unique volunteer opportunity for high school students (minimum age 15) to connect with their local community. You gain valuable leadership experience, earn service learning hours and obtain hands on training working with children to prepare them for college and explore careers in science and education. Anyone interested can see Mrs. Amick in the CCC for further information.

Challenge Day

Challenge Day will be on December 3rd.  If you are a student that has not participated before, please visit the CHS website under Student Life or the Main Office Lobby for Permission Slips.  If you have participated before, please see Mr. Mitchell or Ms. Olson to inquire about being a Student Leader.  Permission slips are accepted on a first come, first serve basis, so turn them in today!

Concurrent Enrollment

Did you know that De Anza will be offering General Psychology at Cupertino this Winter Quarter?  If you are a junior or senior and are interested this course or others, please come to the College and Career Center during tutorial this Friday to meet with Mrs. Emmert or come by anytime to the guidance office for help.

Nov. 14

General Information

Winter Formal 

Winter Formal 2018, Sunshine in the Rain, will be held at Santana Row’s Hotel Valencia on December 20 from 8 to 11 p.m. Ticket sales start today outside the ASB room at lunch for $40 with and ASB card and $50 without. Tickets are also sold online at the Student Store. Permission slips are given at the time of purchase and prices increase weekly!

ASB Committee for Student Life

Hey Tino! Do you want to get involved with your school’s government? Do you want to your voice to be heard by ASB and the school administration? If so, join the ASB Committee for Student Life, where you will be have the opportunity to work with ASB members and school executives to represent your peers and help enact change on campus! Applications can be found on the CHS ASB website and CHS Facebook page and are due on Wednesday, Nov. 14 by 11:59 p.m.

Cupertino Actors Theatre presents PIPPIN!

Hey Tino! Buy your tickets to the fall musical, PIPPIN, today! PIPPIN tells the story of a young man who sets out on an extraordinary journey filled with magical encounters. Remaining performances are November 15, 16, and 17 at 7 p.m. in the CHS Theater. Tickets are $10 with ASB, $12 pre-sale, and $14 at the door. Buy your tickets in the quad during brunch and lunch every day this week or visit bit.do/CATPippin

Volunteer Opportunity

Eisenhower Elementary is looking for responsible, hardworking students to be Cabin Leaders for their wonderful 5th graders at Walden West Science Camp the week of December 2 to 7. This is a unique volunteer opportunity for high school students (minimum age 15) to connect with their local community. You gain valuable leadership experience, earn service learning hours and obtain hands on training working with children to prepare them for college and explore careers in science and education. Anyone interested can see Mrs. Amick in the CCC for further information.

Challenge Day

Challenge Day will be on December 3. If you are a student that has not participated before, please visit the CHS website under Student Life or the Main Office Lobby for Permission Slips. If you have participated before, please see Mr. Mitchell or Ms. Olson to inquire about being a Student Leader. Permission slips are accepted on a first come, first serve basis, so turn them in today!

Concurrent Enrollment

Did you know that De Anza will be offering General Psychology at Cupertino this Winter Quarter? If you are a junior or senior and are interested this course or others, please come to the College and Career Center during tutorial this Friday to meet with Mrs. Emmert or come by anytime to the guidance office for help.

Camp Fire Donations

Hey, CHS!  Please show your support for those who have lost everything due to the Camp Fire in Paradise, CA.  Gift card collections will be happening everyday beginning on Thursday, Nov. 15 and ending on Wednesday, Nov. 22. Gift cards of all dollar amounts are welcome – even $5 can help a family in need.  Please see the flyer on the CHS webpage and posted around campus for details.  Donation boxes will be in the library, main office and room 311, as well as in the quad during brunch. All those who identify themselves using a sticky note will have their name posted as a way to show appreciation for our generosity. Let’s show fire survivors the power of giving by the CHS community!  

Nov. 13

General Information

Winter Formal

Winter Formal 2018, Sunshine in the Rain, will be held at Santana Row’s Hotel Valencia on December 20 from 8 to 11 p.m. Ticket sales start today outside the ASB room at lunch for $40 with and ASB card and $50 without. Tickets are also sold online at the Student Store. Permission slips are given at the time of purchase and prices increase weekly!

ASB Committee for Student Life

Hey Tino! Do you want to get involved with your school’s government? Do you want to your voice to be heard by ASB and the school administration? If so, join the ASB Committee for Student Life, where you will be have the opportunity to work with ASB members and school executives to represent your peers and help enact change on campus! Applications can be found on the CHS ASB website and CHS Facebook page and are due on Wednesday, November 14, by 11:59 p.m.

Cupertino Actors Theatre presents PIPPIN!

Hey Tino! Buy your tickets to the fall musical, PIPPIN, today! PIPPIN tells the story of a young man who sets out on an extraordinary journey filled with magical encounters. Remaining performances are November 15, 16 and 17 at 7 p.m. in the CHS Theater. Tickets are $10 with ASB, $12 pre-sale, and $14 at the door. Buy your tickets in the quad during brunch and lunch every day this week or visit bit.do/CATPippin. 

Volunteer Opportunity

Eisenhower Elementary is looking for responsible, hardworking students to be Cabin Leaders for their wonderful 5th graders at Walden West Science Camp the week of December 2 to 7. This is a unique volunteer opportunity for high school students (minimum age 15) to connect with their local community. You gain valuable leadership experience, earn service learning hours and obtain hands on training working with children to prepare them for college and explore careers in science and education. Anyone interested can see Mrs. Amick in the CCC for further information.

Nov. 9

General Information

Library News

Library computers are reserved today all periods.

Winter Formal 

Winter Formal 2018, Sunshine in the Rain, will be held at Santana Row’s Hotel Valencia on December 20 from 8 to 11 p.m. Ticket sales will start on November 13 outside the ASB room at lunch for $40 with and ASB card and $50 without. Tickets are also sold online at the Student Store. Permission slips are given at the time of purchase and prices increase weekly!

ASB Committee for Student Life

Hey Tino! Do you want to get involved with your school’s government? Do you want to your voice to be heard by ASB and the school administration? If so, join the ASB Committee for Student Life, where you will be have the opportunity to work with ASB members and school executives to represent your peers and help enact change on campus! Applications can be found on the CHS ASB website and CHS Facebook page and are due on Wednesday, November 14, by 11:59 p.m.

Cupertino Actors Theatre presents PIPPIN!

Hey Tino! Buy your tickets to the fall musical, PIPPIN, today! PIPPIN tells the story of a young man who sets out on an extraordinary journey filled with magical encounters. Performances are November 9, 10, 15, 16 and 17 at 7 p.m. in the CHS Theater. Tickets are $10 with ASB, $12 pre-sale, and $14 at the door. Buy your tickets in the quad during brunch and lunch every day this week or visit bit.do/CATPippin.

Concurrent Enrollment

If you are a junior or senior interested in taking courses with De Anza this Winter Quarter and need assistance, please come to the College and Career Center today to meet with Mrs. Emmert during tutorial.

Nov. 8

General Information

Library News

Library computers are reserved:

  • Today, Periods 2 and 3
  • Friday, Periods 4, 5, and 6

Winter Formal

Winter Formal 2018, Sunshine in the Rain, will be held at Santana Row’s Hotel Valencia on December 20 from 8 to 11 p.m. Ticket sales will start on November 13 outside the ASB room at lunch for $40 with an ASB card and $50 without. Tickets are also sold online at the Student Store. Permission slips are given at the time of purchase and prices increase weekly!

ASB Committee for Student Life

Hey Tino! Do you want to get involved with your school’s government? Do you want to your voice to be heard by ASB and the school administration? If so, join the ASB Committee for Student Life, where you will be have the opportunity to work with ASB members and school executives to represent your peers and help enact change on campus! Applications can be found on the CHS ASB website and CHS Facebook page and are due on Wednesday, November 14, by 11:59 p.m.

Cupertino Actors Theatre presents PIPPIN!

Hey Tino! Buy your tickets to the fall musical, PIPPIN, today! PIPPIN tells the story of a young man who sets out on an extraordinary journey filled with magical encounters. Performances are November 8, 9, 10, 15, 16, and 17 at 7 p.m. in the CHS Theater. Tickets are $10 with ASB, $12 pre-sale, and $14 at the door. Buy your tickets in the quad during brunch and lunch every day this week or visit bit.do/CATPippin.

Study Abroad Opportunity

Attention: freshman, sophomores and juniors. Are you interested in studying abroad this summer? Kelly Britt from CIEE Global Navigator will be making a presentation during tutorial today in the College & Career Center. Come learn about the program types, available countries, scholarships and more. Stop by the CCC and pick up a flyer as well.

Nov. 7

General Information

Library News

Library computers are reserved:

  • Today, Periods 5 and 6;
  • Thursday, periods 2 and 3; and
  • Friday, Periods 4, 5, and 6.

Cupertino Actors Theatre presents PIPPIN!

Hey Tino! Buy your tickets to the fall musical, PIPPIN, today! PIPPIN tells the story of a young man who sets out on an extraordinary journey filled with magical encounters. Performances are November 8, 9, 10, 15, 16, and 17 at 7 p.m. in the CHS Theater. Tickets are $10 with ASB, $12 pre-sale, and $14 at the door. Buy your tickets in the quad during brunch and lunch every day this week or visit bit.do/CATPippin. 

Study Abroad Opportunity

Attention: freshman, sophomores and juniors. Are you interested in studying abroad this summer? Kelly Britt from CIEE Global Navigator will be making a presentation during tutorial today in the College & Career Center. Come learn about the program types, available countries, scholarships and more. Stop by the CCC and pick up a flyer as well.

Clubs

Cupertino Robotics Guest Speakers

Hey Tino! Are you interested in learning about how Artificial Intelligence applies to real companies such as Google? Come out to room 6105 today to listen to our first guest speaker from Google Brain Team. Hope to see you there! 

Nov. 6

General Information

Sweat Pants for Sale

Get a jump on Winter! PE is selling brand new sweat pants for $10. The sale begins TODAY and will last thru Thanksgiving or until we sell out! Interested in making a purchase?  Please see Mrs. Balga in ASB or find a PE teacher. Sweat pants for $10!!

Cupertino Actors Theatre presents PIPPIN!

Hey Tino! Buy your tickets to the fall musical, PIPPIN, today! PIPPIN tells the story of a young man who sets out on an extraordinary journey filled with magical encounters. Performances are November 8, 9, 10, 15, 16, and 17 at 7:00pm in the CHS Theater. Tickets are $10 with ASB, $12 pre-sale, and $14 at the door. Buy your tickets in the quad during brunch and lunch every day this week or visit bit.do/CATPippin

Study Abroad Opportunity

Attention: freshman, sophomores and juniors. Are you interested in studying abroad this summer? Kelly Britt from CIEE Global Navigator will be making a presentation during tutorial tomorrow, Wednesday November 7th,  in the College & Career Center. Come learn about the program types, available countries, scholarships and more. Stop by the CCC and pick up a flyer as well.

Clubs

Cupertino Robotics Guest Speakers

Hey Tino! Are you interested in learning about how Artificial Intelligence applies to real companies such as Google? Come out to room 6105 tomorrow to listen to our first guest speaker from Google Brain Team. Hope to see you there! 

Nov. 5

General Information

Sweat Pants for Sale

Get a jump on Winter! PE is selling brand new sweat pants for $10. The sale begins TODAY and will last thru Thanksgiving or until we sell out! Interested in making a purchase?  Please see Mrs. Balga in ASB or find a PE teacher. Sweat pants for $10!!

Cupertino Actors Theatre presents PIPPIN!

Hey Tino! Buy your tickets to the fall musical, PIPPIN, today! PIPPIN tells the story of a young man who sets out on an extraordinary journey filled with magical encounters. Performances are November 8, 9, 10, 15, 16, and 17 at 7:00pm in the CHS Theater. Tickets are $10 with ASB, $12 pre-sale, and $14 at the door. Buy your tickets in the quad during brunch and lunch every day this week or visit bit.do/CATPippin 

Nov. 2

General Information

Sweat Pants for Sale

Get a jump on Winter! PE is selling brand new sweat pants for $10. The sale begins on Nov. 5 and will last thru Thanksgiving or until we sell out! Interested in making a purchase?  Please see Mrs. Balga in ASB or find a PE teacher. Sweat pants for $10!

Support Marching Band and Color Guard

Join us for a fundraiser to support Cupertino High School Marching Band & Color Guard. Come in to the Chipotle at 10385 S. De Anza Blvd. in Cupertino on Sunday, November 4th between 4:00pm and 8:00pm. Tell the cashier you’re supporting the cause to make sure that 33% of the proceeds will be donated to Cupertino High School Marching Band & Color Guard.

Reflections

Thanks again to all the Reflections participants. If not done at the ceremony, you can pick up your art and/or certificate in the school office.

Library News

The CHS Library has new E-books and Audiobooks available, such as Ready Player One, The Greatest Zombie Movie Ever, and The Bone Witch!  Look for an email on School Loop for more information on how to download the app on your phone or device.

Spooktakular Spirit Week

This week is Spirit Week! Today is Fatigued Friday! Post on social media with #tinospirit and the last 2 digits of your class year for spirit points!

Clubs

Cupertino Talks Board Applications

Hey Tino! Cupertino Talks is a night of performances where students get a chance to express their thoughts about what it means to be a human in this diverse world through various forms of medium. We are looking for this year’s board members who are dedicated and passionate students who would bring this event to life. To apply, visit https://tinyurl.com/talksapp. Applications close on 11/4/18.

October

October 30

General Information

Attention Seniors

Wondering how you’re going to pay for college? What options are there and how will I decide which college to attend? Tuesday night is our Financial Aid Night. Presenting is Mary Morrison who is retired from Stanford as the Director of Funds Manager from the Office of Financial Aid. She will be reviewing the scholarships, grants, Cal Grants, the FAFSA and much more. The event will be in the theater from 7pm-8:30pm and no registration is required. Be sure to tell your parents about this opportunity!

Hsinchu Sister City Students Visit This Week! 
Hey Tino Pioneers—On Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday of this week, we host 7 students from Cupertino’s sister city Hsinchu visiting Cupertino High School. Each student has a Cupertino Host student and will follow them across their day.

Please greet our sister city students warmly and make them welcome here at Cupertino High School. Go Pioneers!

Reflections

Thanks again to all the Reflections participants. If not done at the ceremony, you can pick up your art and/or certificate in the school office.

Library News

The CHS Library has new E-books and Audiobooks available, such as Ready Player One, The Greatest Zombie Movie Ever, and The Bone Witch!  Look for an email on School Loop for more information on how to download the app on your phone or device.

Spooktakular Spirit Week

This week is Spirit Week! Today is Tie-dye Tuesday! Wear your costume for Halloween on Wednesday! After that, it is ‘Tis The Season Thursday! Friday is Fatigued Friday! Post on social media with #tinospirit and the last 2 digits of your class year for spirit points!

Clubs

Black Student Union Halloween Meeting

Hey everyone! Don’t forget to come out to room 109 tomorrow at lunch for a spooky BSU Halloween meeting!

Cupertino Talks Board Applications

Hey Tino! Cupertino Talks is a night of performances where students get a chance to express their thoughts about what it means to be a human in this diverse world through various forms of medium. We are looking for this year’s board members who are dedicated and passionate students who would bring this event to life. To apply, visit https://tinyurl.com/talksapp. Applications close on 11/4/18.

October 29

General Information

Attention Seniors

Wondering how you’re going to pay for college? What options are there and how will I decide which college to attend? Tuesday night is our Financial Aid Night. Presenting is Mary Morrison who is retired from Stanford as the Director of Funds Manager from the Office of Financial Aid. She will be reviewing the scholarships, grants, Cal Grants, the FAFSA and much more. The event will be in the theater from 7pm-8:30pm and no registration is required. Be sure to tell your parents about this opportunity!

Hsinchu Sister City Students Visit This Week! 
Hey Tino Pioneers—On Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday of this week, we host 7 students from Cupertino’s sister city Hsinchu visiting Cupertino High School. Each student has a Cupertino Host student and will follow them across their day.

Please greet our sister city students warmly and make them welcome here at Cupertino High School. Go Pioneers!

Reflections

Thanks again to all the Reflections participants. If not done at the ceremony, you can pick up your art and/or certificate in the school office.

Library News

The CHS Library has new E-books and Audiobooks available, such as Ready Player One, The Greatest Zombie Movie Ever, and The Bone Witch!  Look for an email on School Loop for more information on how to download the app on your phone or device.

Spooktakular Spirit Week

This week is Spirit Week! Monday is the blood drive so wear red! Tuesday is Tie-dye Tuesday! Wear your costume for Halloween on Wednesday! After that, it is ‘Tis The Season Thursday! Friday is Fatigued Friday! Post on social media with #tinospirit and the last 2 digits of your class year for spirit points!

Sports

Boys Soccer

Boys soccer tryouts for Varsity and JV begin TODAY at 6:00pm at the track. Before you can try out, you must have completed your online waiver, concussion screening, and doctor’s physical. See the CHS Athletics website or Mr. Tkach in room 110 for questions.

Girls Soccer

Girls Soccer tryouts will begin TODAY at 3:45pm on the baseball field. Anyone planning to play Girls Soccer should bring cleats, shinguards, and running shoes. Please make sure that you have completed your physical, concussion test and athletic clearance in time to play on Monday. Check in with Mr. Coleman in room 115 if you have any questions.

Clubs

Intersex Presentation

The GSA is hosting an intersex awareness presentation at lunch today. Please come out and join us if you’d like to learn more!

Video Editing Workshop

Aspiring Filmmakers! Come to the film club’s first workshop that covers the basics of editing. We will be using Hitfilm, but you may use any editor of your choice. Sample footage will be provided, but try to bring a computer. See you today at lunch in room 110! 

Black Student Union Halloween Meeting

Hey everyone! Don’t forget to come out to room 109 this Wednesday at lunch for a spooky BSU Halloween meeting!

Cupertino Talks Board Applications

Hey Tino! Cupertino Talks is a night of performances where students get a chance to express their thoughts about what it means to be a human in this diverse world through various forms of medium. We are looking for this year’s board members who are dedicated and passionate students who would bring this event to life. To apply, visit https://tinyurl.com/talksapp. Applications close on 11/4/18.

October 26

General Information

Reflections

Thanks again to all the Reflections participants. If not done at the ceremony, you can pick up your art and/or certificate in the school office.

Library News

The CHS Library has new E-books and Audiobooks available, such as Ready Player One, The Greatest Zombie Movie Ever, and The Bone Witch!  Look for an email on School Loop for more information on how to download the app on your phone or device.

Yearbook Baby Ads

Hey CHS Seniors! Yearbook baby ads are now available! The order form with further information can be found at tinyurl.com/babyads19. The deadline for submissions is TODAY!! Baby ads are a great way to preserve your memories in the yearbook, so hurry and reserve a page in the Nugget yearbook before it’s too late! Email nuggetbabyads19@gmail.com or see Ms. Stavis in room 105 if you have any questions.

Ghost Grams!

Do you like Halloween? Do you want to send your friends and teachers a surprise?  Buy a few ghost grams in the quad at brunch and lunch all of this week! Send a note on one of our Halloween cards and pick from a selection of pins and vinyl stickers. Don’t miss out on giving a spooky surprise from some ghosts this Halloween!

Spooktakular Spirit Week

Next week is Spirit Week! Monday is the blood drive so wear red! Tuesday is Tie-dye Tuesday! Wear your costume for Halloween on Wednesday! After that, it is ‘Tis The Season Thursday! Friday is Fatigued Friday! Post on social media with #tinospirit and the last 2 digits of your class year for spirit points!

Sports

Boys Soccer

Boys soccer tryouts for Varsity and JV begin next Monday, October 29 at 6:00pm at the track. Before you can try out, you must have completed your online waiver, concussion screening, and doctor’s physical. See the CHS Athletics website or Mr. Tkach in room 110 for questions.

Girls Soccer

Girls Soccer tryouts will begin on Monday, October 29th at 3:45pm on the baseball field. Anyone planning to play Girls Soccer should bring cleats, shinguards, and running shoes. Please make sure that you have completed your physical, concussion test and athletic clearance in time to play on Monday. Check in with Mr. Coleman in room 115 if you have any questions.

Clubs

Intro to Python Workshop

Hey Tino! Interested in learning the basics of Python programming? Come to room 312, Mr. Ferrante’s room, today at lunch for a Python workshop. Everyone is welcome!

Cupertino KASA + MVKC

KASA is hosting an intra-district event with Monta Vista High School today in the quad after school from 4pm – 6pm. We will be selling Boba for $5, writing cards to Korean senior citizens in Korean, and have k-pop performances and other fun activities. Everyone is welcome, so hope to see you there! 

FASA Meeting

Hey Tino! Come out to today’s FASA meeting in Ms. Masuda’s room, room 211, at lunch. We will be taking our club photo and making a traditional Filipino Dessert! See you there!

Gaming Club Tournament

Hey Tino! Cold weather bringing you down? Fire up your spirit when you come to Cupertino Gaming Club’s fall gaming tournament! We will be holding several tournaments across several games, including Super Smash Brothers, Splatoon, and more! It will happen today from 3:45pm- 6:45pm, in room 418. Space is limited, and priority will be given to those who sign up first at bit.ly/falltournament18

Intersex Presentation

The GSA is hosting an intersex awareness presentation at lunch on Monday, October 29. Please come out and join us if you’d like to learn more!

October 25

General Information

Library News

The CHS Library has new E-books and Audiobooks available, such as Ready Player One, The Greatest Zombie Movie Ever, and The Bone Witch!  Look for an email on School Loop for more information on how to download the app on your phone or device.

Yearbook Baby Ads

Hey CHS Seniors! Yearbook baby ads are now available! The order form with further information can be found at tinyurl.com/babyads19. The deadline for submissions will be this Friday, October 26th. Baby ads are a great way to preserve your memories in the yearbook, so hurry and reserve a page in the Nugget yearbook before it’s too late! Email nuggetbabyads19@gmail.com or see Ms. Stavis in room 105 if you have any questions.

Ghost Grams!

Do you like Halloween? Do you want to send your friends and teachers a surprise?  Buy a few ghost grams in the quad at brunch and lunch all of this week! Send a note on one of our Halloween cards and pick from a selection of pins and vinyl stickers. Don’t miss out on giving a spooky surprise from some ghosts this Halloween!

Spooktakular Spirit Week

Next week is Spirit Week! Monday is the blood drive so wear red! Tuesday is Tie-dye Tuesday! Wear your costume for Halloween on Wednesday! After that, it is ‘Tis The Season Thursday! Friday is Fatigued Friday! Post on social media with #tinospirit and the last 2 digits of your class year for spirit points!

Sports

Boys Soccer

Boys soccer tryouts for Varsity and JV begin next Monday, October 29 at 4:00pm at the track. Before you can try out, you must have completed your online waiver, concussion screening, and doctor’s physical. See the CHS Athletics website or Mr. Tkach in room 110 for questions.

Girls Soccer

Girls Soccer tryouts will begin on Monday, October 29th at 3:45pm on the baseball field. Anyone planning to play Girls Soccer should bring cleats, shinguards, and running shoes. Please make sure that you have completed your physical, concussion test and athletic clearance in time to play on Monday. Check in with Mr. Coleman in room 115 if you have any questions.

Clubs

Cupertino KASA + MVKC

KASA is hosting an intra-district event with Monta Vista High School on October 26th, this Friday. It will be at the quad after school from 4pm – 6pm. We will be selling Boba for $5, writing cards to Korean senior citizens in Korean, and have k-pop performances and other fun activities. Everyone is welcome, so hope to see you there!

FASA Meeting

Hey Tino! Come out to this Friday’s FASA meeting in Ms. Masuda’s room, room 211. We will be taking our club photo and making a tradtionals Filipino Dessert! See you there!

Gaming Club Tournament

Hey Tino! Cold weather bringing you down? Fire up your spirit when you come to Cupertino Gaming Club’s fall gaming tournament! We will be holding several tournaments across several games, including Super Smash Brothers, Splatoon, and more! It will happen this Friday, October 26th from 3:45pm- 6:45pm, in room 418. Space is limited, and priority will be given to those who sign up first at bit.ly/falltournament18 

Intersex Presentation

The GSA is hosting an intersex awareness presentation at lunch on Monday, October 29. Please come out and join us if you’d like to learn more!

October 24

General Information

DON’T MISS THE CHOIR DEBUT CONCERT TONIGHT!!

Attention Pioneers, tonight is the Fall Choir Concert! You will hear a fantastic variety of music from classic to pop, great soloists, choreography by each choir with specialty lighting and the culminating Grand Chorus of over 200 voices singing for your enjoyment.

Don’t miss it – Tuesday and Wednesday at 7 p.m. in the Auditorium Tickets can be purchased online at: http://www.seatyourself.biz/chs. Or for $5 dollars at the door the night of the concert.

Yearbook Baby Ads

Hey CHS Seniors! Yearbook baby ads are now available! The order form with further information can be found at tinyurl.com/babyads19. The deadline for submissions will be this Friday, October 26. Baby ads are a great way to preserve your memories in the yearbook, so hurry and reserve a page in the Nugget yearbook before it’s too late! Email nuggetbabyads19@gmail.com or see Ms. Stavis in room 105 if you have any questions.

Ghost Grams!

Do you like Halloween? Do you want to send your friends and teachers a surprise? Buy a few ghost grams in the quad at brunch and lunch all of this week! Send a note on one of our Halloween cards and pick from a selection of pins and vinyl stickers. Don’t miss out on giving a spooky surprise from some ghosts this Halloween!

Sports

Boys Soccer

Boys soccer tryouts for Varsity and JV begin next Monday, October 29 at 4 p.m. at the track. Before you can try out, you must have completed your online waiver, concussion screening, and doctor’s physical. See the CHS Athletics website or Mr. Tkach in room 110 for questions.

Girls Soccer

Girls Soccer tryouts will begin on Monday, October 29 at 3:45 p.m. on the baseball field. Anyone planning to play Girls Soccer should bring cleats, shinguards, and running shoes. Please make sure that you have completed your physical, concussion test and athletic clearance in time to play on Monday. Check in with Mr. Coleman in room 115 if you have any questions.

Clubs

Cupertino KASA + MVKC

KASA is hosting an intra-district event with Monta Vista High School on October 26, this Friday. It will be at the quad after school from 4pm – 6pm. We will be selling Boba for $5, writing cards to Korean senior citizens in Korean, and have k-pop performances and other fun activities. Everyone is welcome, so hope to see you there!

Intersex Presentation

The GSA is hosting an intersex awareness presentation at lunch on Monday, October 29. Please come out and join us if you’d like to learn more!

October 23

General Information

DON’T MISS THE CHOIR DEBUT CONCERT TONIGHT!!

Attention Pioneers; tonight is the Fall Choir Concert.

You will hear a fantastic variety of music from classic to pop, great soloists, choreography by each choir with specialty lighting and the culminating Grand Chorus of over 200 voices singing for your enjoyment.

Don’t miss it – Tuesday and Wednesday at 7pm in the Auditorium

Tickets can be purchased online at: http://www.seatyourself.biz/chs

Or for $5 dollars at the door the night of the concert.

Yearbook Baby Ads

Hey CHS Seniors! Yearbook baby ads are now available! The order form with further information can be found at tinyurl.com/babyads19. The deadline for submissions will be this Friday, October 26th. Baby ads are a great way to preserve your memories in the yearbook, so hurry and reserve a page in the Nugget yearbook before it’s too late! Email nuggetbabyads19@gmail.comor see Ms. Stavis in room 105 if you have any questions.

Ghost Grams!

Do you like Halloween? Do you want to send your friends and teachers a surprise?  Buy a few ghost grams in the quad at brunch and lunch all of this week! Send a note on one of our Halloween cards and pick from a selection of pins and vinyl stickers. Don’t miss out on giving a spooky surprise from some ghosts this Halloween!

Sports

Boys Soccer

Boys soccer tryouts for Varsity and JV begin next Monday, October 29 at 4:00pm at the track. Before you can try out, you must have completed your online waiver, concussion screening, and doctor’s physical. See the CHS Athletics website or Mr. Tkach in room 110 for questions.

Girls Soccer

Girls Soccer tryouts will begin on Monday, October 29th at 3:45pm on the baseball field. Anyone planning to play Girls Soccer should bring cleats, shinguards, and running shoes. Please make sure that you have completed your physical, concussion test and athletic clearance in time to play on Monday. Check in with Mr. Coleman in room 115 if you have any questions.

Clubs

Come Out To Tino Investor’s First Meeting

Are you interested in Economics, Finance, and Stock investments? Then Tino Investors is the club for you! Come to our first meeting at lunch today in Senorita Schaetzke’s classroom, number 915. We will have donuts!! Hope to see you all there! 

Cupertino KASA + MVKC

KASA is hosting an intra-district event with Monta Vista High School on October 26th, this Friday. It will be at the quad after school from 4pm – 6pm. We will be selling Boba for $5, writing cards to Korean senior citizens in Korean, and have k-pop performances and other fun activities. Everyone is welcome, so hope to see you there!            

October 22

General Information

DON’T MISS THE UPCOMING CHOIR DEBUT CONCERTS

This coming Tuesday and Wednesday October 23 and 24 is the Fall Choir Concert.

You will hear a fantastic variety of music from classic to pop, great soloists, choreography by each choir with specialty lighting and the culminating Grand Chorus of over 200 voices singing for your enjoyment.

Don’t miss it – Tuesday and Wednesday at 7pm in the Auditorium. Tickets can be purchased online at: http://www.seatyourself.biz/chs  Or for $5 dollars at the door the night of the concert.

Yearbook Baby Ads

Hey CHS Seniors! Yearbook baby ads are now available! The order form with further information can be found at tinyurl.com/babyads19. The deadline for submissions will be this Friday, October 26th. Baby ads are a great way to preserve your memories in the yearbook, so hurry and reserve a page in the Nugget yearbook before it’s too late! Email nuggetbabyads19@gmail.com or see Ms. Stavis in room 105 if you have any questions. 

Sports

TRADITIONAL COMPETITIVE CHEER TRYOUTS

The cheer team will be hosting tryouts for the competitive cheer season today from 3:45pm to 5:30pm in the Wagon Wheel. All are welcome.  Please see website for more details.

Boys Soccer

Boys soccer tryouts for Varsity and JV begin next Monday, October 29 at 4:00pm at the track. Before you can try out, you must have completed your online waiver, concussion screening, and doctor’s physical. See the CHS Athletics website or Mr. Tkach in room 110 for questions.

Clubs

Asexual Presentation

The GSA is hosting a presentation on Asexuality! Not everyone experiences attraction, and their orientation can be anywhere on the attraction spectrum. Come to our meeting in room 213 at lunch today!

Come Out To Tino Investor’s First Meeting

Are you interested in Economics, Finance, and Stock investments? Then Tino Investors is the club for you! Come to our first meeting tomorrow, Tuesday, October 23, at lunch in Senorita Schaetzke’s classroom, number 915. We will have donuts!! Hope to see you all there!

October 19

General Information

DON’T MISS THE UPCOMING CHOIR DEBUT CONCERTS

This coming Tuesday and Wednesday October 23 and 24 is the Fall Choir Concert.

You will hear a fantastic variety of music from classic to pop, great soloists, choreography by each choir with specialty lighting and the culminating Grand Chorus of over 200 voices singing for your enjoyment.

Don’t miss it – Tuesday and Wednesday at 7pm in the Auditorium. Tickets can be purchased online or for $5 dollars at the door the night of the concert.

Senior Portrait Deadline

Hello, SENIORS! If you want to be pictured with the senior class in this year’s yearbook, you must get your senior portrait taken before Sunday October 21. Your formal portrait should be scheduled with the private studio, Prestige Portraits, in San Jose. Info about setting up an appointment has been mailed home about this and can be found online at www.prestigeportraits.com. Please call the studio with scheduling questions, or contact Ms. Stavis in room 105 with general yearbook questions. Once more, don’t forget: the final senior portrait deadline is on Sunday October 21! 

Yearbook Baby Ads

Hey CHS Seniors! Yearbook baby ads are now available! The order form with further information can be found at tinyurl.com/babyads19. The deadline for submissions will be next Friday, October 26. Baby ads are a great way to preserve your memories in the yearbook, so hurry and reserve a page in the Nugget yearbook before it’s too late! Email nuggetbabyads19@gmail.com or see Ms. Stavis in room 105 if you have any questions.

Sports

TRADITIONAL COMPETITIVE CHEER TRYOUTS

The cheer team will be hosting tryouts for the competitive cheer season starting on Oct. 22 at 3:45 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. in the Wagon Wheel. All are welcome. Please see website for more details.

Clubs

Intro to Python Workshop

Hey Tino! Interested in learning the basics of Python programming? Come to room 312, Mr. Ferrante’s room, today at lunch for a Python workshop. Everyone is welcome! See you tomorrow!

Asexual Presentation

The GSA is hosting a presentation on Asexuality! Not everyone experiences attraction, and their orientation can be anywhere on the attraction spectrum. Come to the meeting next Monday, October 22, in room 213 at lunch. 

Come Out To Tino Investor’s First Meeting

Are you interested in Economics, Finance, and Stock investments? Then Tino Investors is the club for you! Come to our first meeting on Tuesday, October 23, at lunch in Senorita Schaetzke’s classroom, number 915. We will have donuts!! Hope to see you all there! 

October 18

General Information

Senior Portrait Deadline

Hello, SENIORS! If you want to be pictured with the senior class in this year’s yearbook, you must get your senior portrait taken before Sunday October 21st.   Your formal portrait should be scheduled with the private studio, Prestige Portraits, in San Jose.  Info about setting up an appointment has been mailed home about this and can be found online at www.prestigeportraits.com. Please call the studio with scheduling questions, or contact Ms. Stavis in room 105 with general yearbook questions. Once more, don’t forget: the final senior portrait deadline is on Sunday October 21st! 

Yearbook Baby Ads

Hey CHS Seniors! Yearbook baby ads are now available! The order form with further information can be found at tinyurl.com/babyads19. The deadline for submissions will be next Friday, October 26th. Baby ads are a great way to preserve your memories in the yearbook, so hurry and reserve a page in the Nugget yearbook before it’s too late! Email nuggetbabyads19@gmail.com or see Ms. Stavis in room 105 if you have any questions.

Sports

TRADITIONAL COMPETITIVE CHEER TRYOUTS

The cheer team will be hosting tryouts for the competitive cheer season starting on Oct. 22nd at 3:45pm to 5:30pm in the Wagon Wheel. All are welcome.  Please see website for more details.

Clubs

Engineering Club Informational Meeting

Hey Tino! Come out to Cupertino Engineering Club’s first informational meeting today at lunch in room 404! Learn about that our club is all about, our affiliation with the engineering department, research and development opportunities, tutoring sessions, guest speakers, leadership positions, and more! 

Team HBV First Meeting

Do you want to learn more about prevalent disease called Hepatitis B? Do you want to be more involved in your community and volunteer? Do you like food? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then come out to Team HBV’s first meeting at lunch today in room 6228. 

Intro to Python Workshop

Hey Tino! Interested in learning the basics of Python programming? Come to room 312, Mr. Ferrante’s room, tomorrow at lunch for a Python workshop. Everyone is welcome! See you tomorrow!

Asexual Presentation

The GSA is hosting a presentation on Asexuality! Not everyone experiences attraction, and their orientation can be anywhere on the attraction spectrum. Come to the meeting next Monday, October 22, in room 213 at lunch.

October 17

General Information

Senior Portrait Deadline

Hello, SENIORS! If you want to be pictured with the senior class in this year’s yearbook, you must get your senior portrait taken before Sunday October 21st.   Your formal portrait should be scheduled with the private studio, Prestige Portraits, in San Jose.  Info about setting up an appointment has been mailed home about this and can be found online at www.prestigeportraits.com. Please call the studio with scheduling questions, or contact Ms. Stavis in room 105 with general yearbook questions. Once more, don’t forget: the final senior portrait deadline is on Sunday October 21st! 

Attention Seniors!

There will be a class meeting during tutorial today in the gym. Jostens will be here to provide information on your graduation cap & gowns. Remember, in the gym at tutorial today for Seniors only.

Sports

TRADITIONAL COMPETITIVE CHEER TRYOUTS

The cheer team will be hosting tryouts for the competitive cheer season starting on Oct. 22nd at 3:45pm to 5:30pm in the Wagon Wheel. All are welcome.  Please see website for more details.

Clubs

Team HBV First Meeting

Do you want to learn more about prevalent disease called Hepatitis B? Do you want to be more involved in your community and volunteer? Do you like food? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then come out to Team HBV’s first meeting at lunch tomorrow in room 6228. 

Into to Python Workshop

Hey Tino! Interested in learning the basics of Python programming? Come to room 312, Mr. Ferrante’s room, this Friday at lunch for a Python workshop. Everyone is welcome! See you Friday!

Asexual Presentation

The GSA is hosting a presentation on Asexuality! Not everyone experiences attraction, and their orientation can be anywhere on the attraction spectrum. Come to the meeting next Monday, October 22, in room 213 at lunch.

October 16

General INFORMATION

Senior Portrait Deadline

Hello, SENIORS! If you want to be pictured with the senior class in this year’s yearbook, you must get your senior portrait taken before Sunday October 21st.   Your formal portrait should be scheduled with the private studio, Prestige Portraits, in San Jose.  Info about setting up an appointment has been mailed home about this and can be found online at www.prestigeportraits.com. Please call the studio with scheduling questions, or contact Ms. Stavis in room 105 with general yearbook questions. Once more, don’t forget: the final senior portrait deadline is on Sunday October 21st! 

Seniors

There will be a class meeting during tutorial this Wednesday in the gym. Jostens will be here to provide information on your graduation cap & gowns. In the gym at tutorial on Wednesday for Seniors only.

Sports

TRADITIONAL COMPETITIVE CHEER TRYOUTS

The cheer team will be hosting tryouts for the competitive cheer season starting on Oct. 22 at 3:45 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. in the Wagon Wheel. All are welcome. Please see website for more details.

October 12

General Information

PSAT 

If you are taking the PSAT Saturday your testing room information is posted on the CCC window. 

Blood Drive Sign-ups

Do you like eating ice cream? Do you like donating blood? You can do both at the Blood Drive coming up on Monday, October 29th! Sign-ups start TODAY! Pick up your forms in the ASB room, room 721!

Lockers

All lockers request have been completed and locker assignments are posted on the cafeteria window.   You will need to have a lock placed on your assigned locker by today. Lockers that do not have locks on Monday will become available to all students.  In order to claim a locker you will need to see Ms. D with a lock in hand and know the number of the locker you wish to claim.    

PTSA Reflections Art Program: "Heroes Around Me"

CHS students are invited to explore their world through art that reflects on and interprets the theme "Heroes Around Me". Entries are due in the school office by 2 pm, Tuesday, October 16th. Registration forms are available in the main office. 

Senior Portrait Deadline

Hello, SENIORS! If you want to be pictured with the senior class in this year’s yearbook, you must get your senior portrait taken before Sunday October 21st.   Your formal portrait should be scheduled with the private studio, Prestige Portraits, in San Jose.  Info about setting up an appointment has been mailed home about this and can be found online at www.prestigeportraits.com. Please call the studio with scheduling questions, or contact Ms. Stavis in room 105 with general yearbook questions. Once more, don’t forget: the final senior portrait deadline is on Sunday October 21! 

Clubs

FASA Meeting

FASA!! Are you interested in learning more about Filipino culture? If so, come join FASA’s meeting today at lunch in room 211 to learn about the various games and activities played in the Philippines. There will be snacks.

Sports

Girls Soccer

Anyone interested in playing Girls Soccer this season must take the Concussion Baseline Test before trying out. Come to the Computer Lab, Room 307, today at Tutorial to take your test. If you can’t attend, or if you have any questions, please see Mr. Coleman in Room 115. 

TRADITIONAL COMPETITIVE CHEER TRYOUTS

The cheer team will be hosting tryouts for the competitive cheer season starting on Oct. 22 at 3:45pm to 5:30pm in the Wagon Wheel. All are welcome.  Please see website for more details.

October 11

General Information

PSAT

If you are taking the PSAT Saturday your testing room information will be posted tomorrow morning on the CCC window. 

Lockers

All lockers request have been completed and locker assignments are posted on the cafeteria window.   You will need to have a lock placed on your assigned locker by this Friday, October 12th.   Lockers that do not have locks by October 16th will become available to all students.  In order to claim a locker you will need to see Ms. D with a lock in hand and know the number of the locker you wish to claim.    

PTSA Reflections Art Program: "Heroes Around Me"

CHS students are invited to explore their world through art that reflects on and interprets the theme "Heroes Around Me". Entries are due in the school office by 2 pm, Tuesday, October 16th. Registration forms are available in the main office.

Senior Portrait Deadline

Hello, SENIORS! If you want to be pictured with the senior class in this year’s yearbook, you must get your senior portrait taken before Sunday October 21st.   Your formal portrait should be scheduled with the private studio, Prestige Portraits, in San Jose.  Info about setting up an appointment has been mailed home about this and can be found online at www.prestigeportraits.com. Please call the studio with scheduling questions, or contact Ms. Stavis in room 105 with general yearbook questions. Once more, don’t forget: the final senior portrait deadline is on Sunday October 21st! 

Clubs

FASA Meeting

FASA!! Are you interested in learning more about Filipino culture? If so, come join the FASA meeting tomorrow at lunch in room 211 to learn about the various games and activities played in the Philippines. There will be snacks!

Sports

Girls Soccer

Anyone interested in playing Girls Soccer this season must take the Concussion Baseline Test before trying out. Come to the Computer Lab, Room 307 tomorrow at Tutorial to take your test. If you can’t attend, or if you have any questions, please see Mr. Coleman in Room 115.

TRADITIONAL COMPETITIVE CHEER TRYOUTS

The cheer team will be hosting tryouts for the competitive cheer season starting on Oct. 22nd at 3:45pm to 5:30pm in the Wagon Wheel. All are welcome.  Please see website for more details.

October 10

General Information

Blood Drive Sign-ups

Do you like eating ice cream? Do you like donating blood? You can do both at the Blood Drive coming up on Monday, October 29th! Sign-ups start TODAY! Pick up your forms in the ASB room, room 721 today!

Lockers

All lockers request have been completed and locker assignments are posted on the cafeteria window.   You will need to have a lock placed on your assigned locker by this Friday, October 12th.   Lockers that do not have locks by October 16th will become available to all students.  In order to claim a locker you will need to see Ms. D with a lock in hand and know the number of the locker you wish to claim.   

PTSA Reflections Art Program: "Heroes Around Me"

CHS students are invited to explore their world through art that reflects on and interprets the theme "Heroes Around Me". Entries are due in the school office by 2 pm, Tuesday, October 16th. Registration forms are available in the main office. 

Senior Portrait Deadline

Hello, SENIORS! If you want to be pictured with the senior class in this year’s yearbook, you must get your senior portrait taken before Sunday October 21st.   Your formal portrait should be scheduled with the private studio, Prestige Portraits, in San Jose.  Info about setting up an appointment has been mailed home about this and can be found online at www.prestigeportraits.com. Please call the studio with scheduling questions, or contact Ms. Stavis in room 105 with general yearbook questions. Once more, don’t forget: the final senior portrait deadline is on Sunday October 21st! 

Clubs

Tinotronics Meeting

Hey Tino! Are you interested in making circuits and working with electricity? Come to the Tinotronics meeting today at lunch in room 723. There will be food. Hope to see you there!!

FASA Meeting

FASA!! Are you interested in learning more about Filipino culture? If so, come join this Friday’s FASA meeting at lunch in room 211 to learn about the various games and activities played in the Philippines. There will be snacks!

Sports

Girls Soccer

Anyone interested in playing Girls Soccer this season must take the Concussion Baseline Test before trying out. Come to the Computer Lab, Room 307, this Friday at Tutorial to take your test. If you can’t attend, or if you have any questions, please see Mr. Coleman in Room 115. 

Traditional Competitive Cheer Tryouts

The cheer team will be hosting tryouts for the competitive cheer season starting on Oct. 22 at 3:45 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. in the Wagon Wheel. All are welcome.  Please see website for more details.

October 9

General Information

Lockers

All lockers request have been completed and locker assignments are posted on the cafeteria window.   You will need to have a lock placed on your assigned locker by this Friday, October 12th.   Lockers that do not have locks by October 16th will become available to all students.  In order to claim a locker you will need to see Ms. D with a lock in hand and know the number of the locker you wish to claim.    

PTSA Reflections Art Program: "Heroes Around Me"

CHS students are invited to explore their world through art that reflects on and interprets the theme "Heroes Around Me". Entries are due in the school office by 2 pm, Tuesday, October 16th.

College Essay Workshop

Attention seniors – a college essay workshop will be held tomorrow, October 10th, at 8am in the Theater.  We will be focusing on the purpose of the essay in the college application as well as breaking down each UC and Common App prompt.  Be sure to bring your ID cards and something to take notes with.

Senior Portrait Deadline

Hello, SENIORS! If you want to be pictured with the senior class in this year’s yearbook, you must get your senior portrait taken before Sunday October 21st.   Your formal portrait should be scheduled with the private studio, Prestige Portraits, in San Jose.  Info about setting up an appointment has been mailed home about this and can be found online at www.prestigeportraits.com. Please call the studio with scheduling questions, or contact Ms. Stavis in room 105 with general yearbook questions. Once more, don’t forget: the final senior portrait deadline is on Sunday October 21st! 

Clubs

Environmental Club Guest Speaker

Hey Pioneers! Environmental Club will have a guest speaker at our next meeting today at lunch in room 7103. He is an alumni of CHS and just graduated from Stanford as an Environmental Systems Engineer this year. We welcome everyone at this meeting as especially encourage you to come if you are new to Environmental Club. Remember, it’s today at lunch in room 7103. There will be pizza!

International Club’s Second Meeting

Hey cultural enthusiasts! Are you interested in some cultural trivia? Learning about different cultures? Or tutoring ELD students? If so, come out to International Club’s second meeting today in Mrs. Keifer’s room, room 317. In this meeting we’ll be playing a short Kahoot on Japanese culture and pass around sign-ups for this Friday’s ELD tutoring. We’ll talk about International Soccer Week too.

MUN Meeting

Make sure to come to room 916 today at lunch for Model United Nations meeting!

Tino Quizboard

Hey Tino! Do you like trivia? Come to Tino Quizboard’s meeting today at lunch in room 912. There will be food!

Tinotronics Meeting

Hey Tino! Are you interested in making circuits and working with electricity? Come to the Tinotronics meeting tomorrow at lunch in room 723. There will be food. Hope to see you there!!

Sports

Girls Soccer

Anyone interested in playing Girls Soccer this season must take the Concussion Baseline Test before trying out. Come to the Computer Lab, Room 307, this Friday at Tutorial to take your test. If you can’t attend, or if you have any questions, please see Mr. Coleman in Room 115

October 8

General Information

PTSA Reflections Art Program: "Heroes Around Me"

CHS students are invited to explore their world through art that reflects on and interprets the theme "Heroes Around Me". Entries are due in the school office by 2 pm, Tuesday, October 16th.

College Essay Workshop

Attention seniors – a college essay workshop will be held on Wednesday, October 10th at 8am in the Theater.  We will be focusing on the purpose of the essay in the college application as well as breaking down each UC and Common App prompt.  Be sure to bring your ID cards and something to take notes with.

Senior Portrait Deadline

Hello, SENIORS! If you want to be pictured with the senior class in this year’s yearbook, you must get your senior portrait taken before Sunday October 21st.   Your formal portrait should be scheduled with the private studio, Prestige Portraits, in San Jose.  Info about setting up an appointment has been mailed home about this and can be found online at www.prestigeportraits.com. Please call the studio with scheduling questions, or contact Ms. Stavis in room 105 with general yearbook questions. Once more, don’t forget: the final senior portrait deadline is on Sunday October 21st! 

Clubs

Tino STEM Guest Speaker Event

Hey everyone! Tino STEM will be having a guest speaker event with a Stanford undergrad, Ethan Shen, today, October 8th during lunch in Mr. Stavis’ room, room 7201. Ethan, who is a CHS alumnus, will be sharing his background and advice as a student and researcher at Stanford majoring in computer science on the bioinformatics track, and his experience as an Intel STS semifinalist. Hope to see you there!

Filmmaking Club Informational Meeting

Interested in making film or joining film contests? Come to the Filmmaking Club information meeting today. See you there!

Environmental Club Guest Speaker

Hey Pioneers! Environmental Club will have a guest speaker at our next meeting tomorrow, October 9th, at lunch in room 7103. He is an alumni of CHS and just graduated from Stanford as an Environmental Systems Engineer this year. We welcome everyone at this meeting as especially encourage you to come if you are new to Environmental Club. Remember, it’s tomorrow at lunch in room 7103. There will be pizza!

International Club’s Second Meeting

Hey cultural enthusiasts! Are you interested in some cultural trivia? Learning about different cultures? Or tutoring ELD students? If so, come out to International Club’s second meeting tomorrow in Mrs. Keifer’s room, room 317. In this meeting we’ll be playing a short Kahoot on Japanese culture and pass around sign-ups for this Friday’s ELD tutoring. We’ll talk about International Soccer Week too.

MUN Meeting

Make sure to come to room 916 at lunch for Model United Nations meeting this Wednesday at lunch.

Tino Quizboard

Hey Tino! Do you like trivia? Come to Tino Quizboard’s meeting this Wednesday at lunch in room 912. There will be food!

Sports

Girls Soccer

Anyone interested in playing Girls Soccer this season must take the Concussion Baseline Test before trying out. Come to the Computer Lab, Room 307, this Friday at Tutorial to take your test. If you can’t attend, or if you have any questions, please see Mr. Coleman in Room 115.

October 5

General Information

Volunteers Needed to Promote Measure CC

Hey Tino! The school needs your help promoting Measure CC! Measure CC is a bond measure desired to make school improvements such as better music, facilities, heating, and air conditioning, refurbished classrooms, turf fields, and more! This Saturaday, October 6th, from 8:30am to 12:00pm, students, staff, and parent swill be walking the neighborhoods to distribute door hangers. Sign up at tinyurl.com/tinooct6walk

PTSA Reflections Art Program: "Heroes Around Me"

CHS students are invited to explore their world through art that reflects on and interprets the theme "Heroes Around Me". Entries are due in the school office by 2 pm, Tuesday, October 16th.

College Essay Workshop

Attention seniors – a college essay workshop will be held on Wednesday, October 10th at 8am in the Theater.  We will be focusing on the purpose of the essay in the college application as well as breaking down each UC and Common App prompt.  Be sure to bring your ID cards and something to take notes with.

Senior Portrait Deadline

Hello, SENIORS! If you want to be pictured with the senior class in this year’s yearbook, you must get your senior portrait taken before Sunday October 21st.   Your formal portrait should be scheduled with the private studio, Prestige Portraits, in San Jose.  Info about setting up an appointment has been mailed home about this and can be found online at www.prestigeportraits.com. Please call the studio with scheduling questions, or contact Ms. Stavis in room 105 with general yearbook questions. Once more, don’t forget: the final senior portrait deadline is on Sunday October 21st! 

Clubs

CSF Membership

Hey Tino! Are you interested in earning volunteer hours and scholarships? Well, it’s not too late to join CSF, the only honor society open to all grades on campus. Fill out a membership form and bring it to our meeting today at lunch in the gym. You can collect a form from Ms. Olson’s room in the guidance office, or find it on our Facebook group and our website.

Comedy Hour Show

Comedy Hour will have their first show today at 4:00pm at the Theatre! Come out for some improvised games of fun and laughter! The show will be from 4:00pm-5:30pm. Hope to see you there!

Women in Tech Meeting- Food and Games

Hey Tino! Come out to Women in Tech’s meeting today during lunch in room 312, Mr. Ferrante’s room. We will be playing fun games with food and prizes! Everyone is welcome. See you today at lunch!!

Tino STEM Guest Speaker Event

Hey everyone! Tino STEM will be having a guest speaker event with a Stanford undergrad, Ethan Shen, on Monday, October 8th during lunch in Mr. Stavis’ room, room 7201. Ethan, who is a CHS alumnus, will be sharing his background and advice as a student and researcher at Stanford majoring in computer science on the bioinformatics track, and his experience as an Intel STS semifinalist. Hope to see you there!

Filmmaking Club Informational Meeting

Interested in making film or joining film contests? Come to the Filmmaking Club information meeting on Monday in room 110 during lunch. Throughout the year we’ll be offering workshops, editing tips, and contests! See you there!

Environmental Club Guest Speaker

Hey Pioneers! Environmental Club will have a guest speaker at our next meeting on Tuesday, October 9th, at lunch in room 7103. He is an alumni of CHS and just graduated from Stanford as an Environmental Systems Engineer this year. We welcome everyone at this meeting as especially encourage you to come if you are new to Environmental Club. Remember, it’s Tuesday at lunch in room 7103. There will be pizza!

October 4

General Information

Volunteers Needed to Promote Measure CC

Hey Tino! The school needs your help promoting Measure CC! Measure CC is a bond measure desired to make school improvements such as better music, facilities, heating, and air conditioning, refurbished classrooms, turf fields, and more! This Saturday, October 6th, from 8:30am to 12:00pm, students, staff, and parent swill be walking the neighborhoods to distribute door hangers. Sign up at tinyurl.com/tinooct6walk

PTSA Reflections Art Program: "Heroes Around Me"

CHS students are invited to explore their world through art that reflects on and interprets the theme "Heroes Around Me". Entries are due in the school office by 2 pm, Tuesday, October 16th.

Clubs

CSF Membership

Hey Tino! Are you interested in earning volunteer hours and scholarships? Well, it’s not too late to join CSF, the only honor society open to all grades on campus. Fill out a membership form and bring it to our meeting tomorrow at lunch in the gym. You can collect a form from Ms. Olson’s room in the guidance office, or find it on our Facebook group and our website.

Comedy Hour Show

Comedy Hour will have their first show tomorrow at 4:00pm at the Theatre! Come out for some improvised games of fun and laughter! The show will be from 4:00pm-5:30pm. Hope to see you there!

Women in Tech Meeting- Food and Games

Hey Tino! Come out to Women in Tech’s meeting tomorrow during lunch in room 312, Mr. Ferrante’s room. We will be playing fun games with food and prizes! Everyone is welcome. See you tomorrow!

Tino STEM Guest Speaker Event

Hey everyone! Tino STEM will be having a guest speaker event with a Stanford undergrad, Ethan Shen, on Monday, October 8th during lunch in Mr. Stavis’ room, room 7201. Ethan, who is a CHS alumnus, will be sharing his background and advice as a student and researcher at Stanford majoring in computer science on the bioinformatics track, and his experience as an Intel STS semifinalist. Hope to see you there!

Environmental Club Guest Speaker

Hey Pioneers! Environmental Club will have a guest speaker at our next meeting on Tuesday, October 9th, at lunch in room 7103. He is an alumni of CHS and just graduated from Stanford as an Environmental Systems Engineer this year. We welcome everyone at this meeting as especially encourage you to come if you are new to Environmental Club. Remember, it’s Tuesday at lunch in room 7103. There will be pizza!

October 3

General Information

Library News

Library computers are reserved today periods 4 and 5.

Clubs

Tinotronics Meeting

Hey Tino! Are you interested in making circuits and working with electricity? Come to Tinotronics meeting today at lunch in room 723. There will be food! Hope to see you there! 

Black Student Union

Hey everyone! Come out to the Black Student Union’s 2nd meeting today in room 109 at lunch. Snacks will be provided. Everyone is welcome!

Cupertino Robotics Second AI Workshop

Hey Tino! If you didn’t come out to the Cupertino Robotics first AI workshop last Wednesday, it’s not too late! Cupertino Robotics will be hosting their second Artificial Intelligence Workshop in their 10 part series today at lunch in room 6105. We hope to see you there!

CSF Membership

Hey Tino! Are you interested in earning volunteer hours and scholarships? Well, it’s not too late to join CSF, the only honor society open to all grades on campus. Fill out a membership form and bring it to our meeting this Friday at lunch in the gym. You can collect a form from Ms. Olson’s room in the guidance office, or find it on our Facebook group and our website.

Comedy Hour Show

Comedy Hour will have their first show this Friday at 4:00pm at the Theatre! Come out for some improvised games of fun and laughter! The show will be from 4:00pm-5:30pm. Hope to see you there!

October 2

General Information

Library News

Library computers are reserved today periods 1, 3, and 7, and Wednesday periods 4 and 5.

Clubs

Join Tino Psychology Club

Check out Psychology Club! We focus on concepts of psychology and mental health. We do lots of fun activities surrounding self-care as well including therapy dogs at one point during the year. It’s really fun so come at lunch today in room 413. We will have donuts!

Black Student Union

Hey everyone! Come out to the Black Student Union’s 2nd meeting tomorrow in room 109 at lunch. Snacks will be provided. Everyone is welcome!

Cupertino Robotics Second AI Workshop

Hey Tino! If you didn’t come out to the Cupertino Robotics first AI workshop last Wednesday, it’s not too late! Cupertino Robotics will be hosting their second Artificial Intelligence Workshop in their 10 part series tomorrow at lunch in room 6105. We hope to see you there!

CSF Membership

Hey Tino! Are you interested in earning volunteer hours and scholarships? Well, it’s not too late to join CSF, the only honor society open to all grades on campus. Fill out a membership form and bring it to our meeting this Friday at lunch in the gym. You can collect a form from Ms. Olson’s room in the guidance office, or find it on our Facebook group and our website.

October 1

General Information

Library News

Library computers are reserved: Tuesday periods 1, 3, and 7 and Wednesday periods 4 and 5.

Clubs

Join Tino Psychology Club

Check out Psychology Club! We focus on concepts of psychology and mental health. We do lots of fun activities surrounding self-care as well including therapy dogs at one point during the year. It’s really fun so come at lunch tomorrow in room 413. We will have donuts!

Black Student Union

Hey everyone! Come out to the Black Student Union’s 2nd meeting this Wednesday, October 3rd, in room 109 at lunch. Snacks will be provided. Everyone is welcome!

September

Sept. 27, 2018

General Information

Voter Registration

Attention 16, 17, and even 18 year olds! Did you know that you can pre-register to vote when you turn 16? You can pre-register, and then be eligible to vote when you turn 18. Come to Mrs. Morgan’s room today, room 102, at brunch, lunch, 7th period, or after school to pick up a registration form, or even register online!

Learning Style Inventory

Attention 9th graders! Please remember to complete the Learning Style Inventory on Naviance by Sept 30th. Check your e-mail or find the handouts from the Guidance Presentation last week. Guidance Counselors will be checking to make sure you completed the Learning Style Inventory online, so do that as soon as you can and fill out the assignment that you received as well. Naviance is awesome, so get on there and start using it!

Clubs

Chinese Club First Meeting

Chinese Club is having its first meeting today in room 6101 at lunch. You don’t have to be Chinese to be part of the club. There will be moon cake! See you there! 

Astronomy Club

Hey Tino! Want to learn about our vast universe through hands-on activities and informational lectures? If so, join us at Astronomy Club’s 3rd meeting, which is being held today at lunch in Mrs. Hannigan’s room, 504. There will be food! Hope to see you there!

History Club’s Second Meeting of the Year

Hey Tino! Do you like to learn about the past or just want to discuss current historical events? If so, come to History Club’s second meeting of the year tomorrow during lunch in Mrs. Hooper’s room 6227. We will be discussing about the Civil War and play Kahoot! There will be food, so be there!

Black Student Union

Hey everyone! Come out to the Black Student Union’s 2nd meeting on Wednesday, October 3rd, in room 109 at lunch. Snacks will be provided. Everyone is welcome!

Sept. 26, 2018

General Information

Voter Registration

Attention 16, 17, and even 18 year olds! Did you know that you can pre-register to vote when you turn 16? You can pre-register, and then be eligible to vote when you turn 18. Come to Mrs. Morgan’s room today, room 102, at brunch, lunch, 7th period, or after school to pick up a registration form, or even register online!

Learning Style Inventory

Attention 9th graders! Please remember to complete the Learning Style Inventory on Naviance by Sept 30th. Check your e-mail or find the handouts from the Guidance Presentation last week. Guidance Counselors will be checking to make sure you completed the Learning Style Inventory online, so do that as soon as you can and fill out the assignment that you received as well. Naviance is awesome, so get on there and start using it!

Clubs

Cupertino Robotics First AI Workshop

Hey Tino! Come out today at lunch to the first Cupertino Robotics AI Workshop in room 6105 where you’ll be able to build and develop your own Artificial Intelligence project by the end of the series. 

Tinotronics Meeting

Hey Tino! Are you interested in making circuits and working with electricity? Come to Tinotronics meeting today at lunch in room 723. There will be pizza! Hope to see you there! 

Tino Quizboard Information Meeting

Hey Tino! Do you enjoy trivia? Want to participate in tournaments with one of the regions highest achieving teams? Want food? If so, come to Tino Quizboard’s informational meeting today at lunch in room 912!

Astronomy Club

Hey Tino! Want to learn about our vast universe through hands-on activities and informational lectures? If so, join us at Astronomy Club’s 3rd meeting, which is being held tomorrow at lunch in Mrs. Hannigan’s room, 504. There will be food! Hope to see you there!

Black Student Union

Hey everyone! Come out to the Black Student Union’s 2nd meeting on Wednesday, October 3rd, in room 109 at lunch. Snacks will be provided. Everyone is welcome!       

Sept. 25, 2018

General Information

Voter Registration

Attention 16, 17, and even 18 year olds! Did you know that you can pre-register to vote when you turn 16? You can pre-register, and then be eligible to vote when you turn 18. Come to Mrs. Morgan’s room today, room 102, at brunch, lunch, 7th period, or after school to pick up a registration form, or even register online!

Learning Style Inventory

Attention 9th graders! Please remember to complete the Learning Style Inventory on Naviance by Sept 30th. Check your e-mail or find the handouts from the Guidance Presentation last week. Guidance Counselors will be checking to make sure you completed the Learning Style Inventory online, so do that as soon as you can and fill out the assignment that you received as well. Naviance is awesome, so get on there and start using it!

Clubs

French Honor Society First Meeting

Do you enjoy learning about French culture, eating French food, or competing with your classmates in French trivia? Are you in French 3 or above? If so come out to Room 6110 at lunch today, for the first French Honor Society informational meeting. There will be food. See you there!

Cupertino Science Society First Meeting

Hey Tino! Are you considering a career in a scientific field? Do you enjoy learning about fascinating science concepts? Have you always wanted to compete in tournaments such as Science Olympiad and Science Bowl? To learn more about these opportunities, come to Cupertino Science Society’s first today during lunch in Mr. Steemers’ room 506. There will be food!

Tinotronics Meeting

Hey Tino! Are you interested in making circuits and working with electricity? Come to Tinotronics meeting tomorrow at lunch in room 723. There will be pizza! Hope to see you there! 

Leo Club

There is a meeting for the Leo Club today at lunch! We’ll talk about what the club is and the events you can go to for the club!

See You At the Pole!

Hey Tino! This Wednesday students across the nation will gather at their school’s flag pole to pray for the school. Join Footprints Christian Club at 8:15am at the flag pole in front of the school tomorrow morning. See you at the pole!

Tino Quizboard Information Meeting

Hey Tino! Do you enjoy trivia? Want to participate in tournaments with one of the regions highest achieving teams? Want food? If so, come to Tino Quizboard’s informational meeting tomorrow at lunch in room 912!

Astronomy Club

Hey Tino! Want to learn about our vast universe through hands-on activities and informational lectures? If so, join us at Astronomy Club’s 3rd meeting, which is being held this Thursday, September 27th, at lunch in Mrs. Hannigan’s room, 504. There will be food! Hope to see you there!

Black Student Union

Hey everyone! Come out to the Black Student Union’s 2nd meeting on Wednesday, October 3rd, in room 109 at lunch. Snacks will be provided. Everyone is welcome!

Sept. 24, 2018

General Information

Voter Registration

Attention 16, 17, and even 18 year olds! Did you know that you can pre-register to vote when you turn 16? You can pre-register, and then be eligible to vote when you turn 18. Come to Mrs. Morgan’s room today, room 102, at brunch, lunch, 7th period, or after school to pick up a registration form, or even register online!

Learning Style Inventory

Attention 9th graders! Please remember to complete the Learning Style Inventory on Naviance by Sept 30th. Check your e-mail or find the handouts from the Guidance Presentation last week. Guidance Counselors will be checking to make sure you completed the Learning Style Inventory online, so do that as soon as you can and fill out the assignment that you received as well. Naviance is awesome, so get on there and start using it!

Sports

Girls Soccer

Attention all girls hoping to play soccer this year: Our introductory meeting for this year will take place TODAY at lunch in Room 115. We will be sharing important information about offseason conditioning, important dates for this year, and what you need to do to make sure that you’re ready to play when tryouts begin. 

Clubs

Tino Chess Club

Come out to Tino Chess club’s first informational meeting today at lunch in room 420! There will be food!

Bisexuality / Pansexuality Presentation & Panel

The GSA is hosting a bisexuality and pansexuality presentation and panel today at lunch in room 213. If you’d like to learn more about these, please come join us! 

Interact Meeting

Interact is holding a meeting in the gym on today at lunch. Come for some donuts!

French Honor Society First Meeting

Do you enjoy learning about French culture, eating French food, or competing with your classmates in French trivia? Are you in French 3 or above? If so come out to Room 6110 at lunch tomorrow, September 25th, for the first French Honor Society informational meeting. There will be food. See you there!

Cupertino Science Society First Meeting

Hey Tino! Are you considering a career in a scientific field? Do you enjoy learning about fascinating science concepts? Have you always wanted to compete in tournaments such as Science Olympiad and Science Bowl? To learn more about these opportunities, come to Cupertino Science Society’s first meeting on tomorrow during lunch in Mr. Steemers’ room 506. There will be food!

Tinotronics Meeting

Hey Tino! Are you interested in making circuits and working with electricity? Come to Tinotronics meeting on Wednesday, September 26th, at lunch in room 723. There will be pizza! Hope to see you there! 

See You At the Pole!

Hey Tino! This Wednesday students across the nation will gather at their school’s flag pole to pray for the school. Join Footprints Christian Club at 8:15am at the flag pole in front of the school on this Wednesday, September 26th. See you at the pole!

Black Student Union

Hey everyone! Come out to the Black Student Union’s 2nd meeting on Wednesday, October 3rd, in room 109 at lunch. Snacks will be provided. Everyone is welcome!

Sept. 21, 2018

General Information

Homecoming Ticket Sales

Buy your tickets for homecoming dance today at brunch or lunch in the quad! Tickets are $5 for ASB card holders and $10 presale. Normal tickets go up to $15 at the door, so buy now!

Voter Registration

Attention 16, 17, and even 18 year olds! Did you know that you can pre-register to vote when you turn 16? You can pre-register, and then be eligible to vote when you turn 18. Come to Mrs. Morgan’s room today, room 102, at brunch, lunch, 7th period, or after school to pick up a registration form, or even register online!

Library News

Library computers are reserved today during period 4. 

Learning Style Inventory

Attention 9th graders! Please remember to complete the Learning Style Inventory on Naviance by Sept 30th. Check your e-mail or find the handouts from the Guidance Presentation last week. Guidance Counselors will be checking to make sure you completed the Learning Style Inventory online, so do that as soon as you can and fill out the assignment that you received as well. Naviance is awesome, so get on there and start using it!

Sports

Girls Soccer

Attention all girls hoping to play soccer this year: Our introductory meeting for this year will take place on Monday at lunch in Room 115. We will be sharing important information about offseason conditioning, important dates for this year, and what you need to do to make sure that you’re ready to play when tryouts begin. 

Clubs

Women In Tech First Meeting Of The Year

Want to learn about technology and be part of a strong supportive female community? Then come to Women In Tech’s first meeting of the year today at lunch in Mr. Ferrante’s room, room 312. There will be food! 

Cooking Club

Do you want to learn a life skill? Do you want to make delicious food? If so, then come out to Cooking Club’s first informational meeting today at lunch in room 910. There will be ice cream floats! 

Game Dev Club First Meeting

Don’t just play games; make games! Come to the Game Dev Club today at lunch in room 723 to learn how you can start making your own games.

Tino ECHO’s First Informational Meeting

Hey Tino! Interested in Urban and Street Style dancing? Want to master the art of Hip Hop dance, Popping and Locking, as well as perform in rallies and social events? Well then Tino ECHO is for you! We’re an Urban dance club focusing on freestyle dancing and no experience is necessary to join!!! Come out to the first meeting of the year in room 913 today at brunch to get more info. Once again, that’s room 913 at brunch today. See you there! 

Bisexuality / Pansexuality Presentation & Panel

The GSA is hosting a bisexuality and pansexuality presentation and panel on Monday September 24th, at lunch in room 213. If you’d like to learn more about these, please come join us! 

Interact Meeting

Interact is holding a meeting in the gym on Monday, September 24th, at lunch. Come for some donuts!

French Honor Society First Meeting

Do you enjoy learning about French culture, eating French food, or competing with your classmates in French trivia? Are you in French 3 or above? If so come out to Room 6110 at lunch next Tuesday, September 25th, for the first French Honor Society informational meeting. There will be food. See you there!

Black Student Union

Hey everyone! Come out to the Black Student Union’s 2nd meeting next Wednesday, Septermber 26th, in room 109 at lunch. Snacks will be provided. Everyone is welcome!

Grad Night

Goodwill Donation Drive

This weekend is our biggest fundraiser of the year - our Goodwill Donation Drive (Sept 22 from 3pm-7pm and on Sept. 23 from 11am-5pm)

Please help us save the planet and provide donations for the wonderful programs that Goodwill provides to the homeless and veterans and generate funds for Grad Night. Last year we received over $4000 and we collected many thousands of pounds of items that did not end up in the landfill!  We hope to do even better this year! Please remember us after your garage sale! We can arrange for pick-up of your unsold goods. We are also looking for student volunteers to help make this event successful! Don’t forget to sign up! Questions? Email us at: tinograd@gmail.com.

Sept. 20, 2018

General Information

Homecoming Ticket Sales

Buy your tickets for homecoming dance today and tomorrow at brunch or lunch in the quad! Tickets are $5 for ASB card holders and $10 presale. Normal tickets go up to $15 at the door, so buy now!

District College Fair

The District College Fair is this evening at Homestead High School from 6-8 PM.  This is open to students in all grades. The first hour is for students only; during that time there is a parent information session from 6-7 PM.  Go early and take advantage of this opportunity to speak with representatives from nearly 100 colleges. Please go to the CHS website and print out a list of colleges and a campus map before you go to the fair. 

Voter Registration

Attention 16, 17, and even 18 year olds! Did you know that you can pre-register to vote when you turn 16? You can pre-register, and then be eligible to vote when you turn 18. Come to Mrs. Morgan’s room today, room 102, at brunch, lunch, 7th period, or after school to pick up a registration form, or even register online!

Library News

Library computers are reserved today during period 3 and tomorrow during period 4.

Learning Style Inventory

Attention 9th graders! Please remember to complete the Learning Style Inventory on Naviance by Sept 30th. Check your e-mail or find the handouts from the Guidance Presentation last week. Guidance Counselors will be checking to make sure you completed the Learning Style Inventory online, so do that as soon as you can and fill out the assignment that you received as well. Naviance is awesome, so get on there and start using it!

Clubs

FBLA Meetings

Hey Tino! Make sure to come out to FBLA’s meeting today at lunch in the theater to learn how you can get involved in new opportunities and projects. See you there!

Healing Haiti Info Meeting

Are you interested in the trip of a lifetime? Healing Haiti is a student-lead organization stemming from Cupertino’s Global Health Club. Our mission is to provide medical care and relief to hundreds of local children and adults who do not have access to hospitals and medications. Healing Haiti is partnered with a Haitian-based organization called Angel Wings International, whose clinic was officially recognized by the Prime Minister of Haiti. This rewarding trip is the perfect opportunity to gain an understanding of life in a third world country and appreciate our lives at home, as well as gain a ton of medical experience. If you are interested, come out to Global Health Club’s meeting with healing Haiti today, September 20th, in room 7103 for more information and to learn how to apply for the trip.

Women In Tech First Meeting Of The Year

Want to learn about technology and be part of a strong supportive female community? Then come to Women In Tech’s first meeting of the year tomorrow at lunch in Mr. Ferrante’s room, room 312. There will be food! 

Cooking Club

Do you want to learn a life skill? Do you want to make delicious food? If so, then come out to Cooking Club’s first informational meeting tomorrow at lunch in room 910. There will be ice cream floats! 

Game Dev Club First Meeting

Don’t just play games; make games! Come to the Game Dev Club tomorrow at lunch in room 723 to learn how you can start making your own games.

Tino ECHO’s First Informational Meeting

Hey Tino! Interested in Urban and Street Style dancing? Want to master the art of Hip Hop dance, Popping and Locking, as well as perform in rallies and social events? Well then Tino ECHO is for you! We’re an Urban dance club focusing on freestyle dancing and no experience is necessary to join!!! Come out to the first meeting of the year in room 913 tomorrow at brunch to get more info. Once again, that’s room 913 at brunch tomorrow. See you there! 

Bisexuality / Pansexuality Presentation & Panel

The GSA is hosting a bisexuality and pansexuality presentation and panel on Monday September 24th, at lunch in room 213. If you’d like to learn more about these, please come join us! 

Grad Night

Goodwill Donation Drive

This weekend is our biggest fundraiser of the year - our Goodwill Donation Drive (Sept 22 from 3pm-7pm and on Sept. 23 from 11am-5pm)

Please help us save the planet and provide donations for the wonderful programs that Goodwill provides to the homeless and veterans and generate funds for Grad Night. Last year we received over $4000 and we collected many thousands of pounds of items that did not end up in the landfill!  We hope to do even better this year! Please remember us after your garage sale! We can arrange for pick-up of your unsold goods. We are also looking for Sophomore volunteers to help make this event successful! Don’t forget to sign up! Questions? Email us at: tinograd@gmail.com.

Sept. 19, 2018

General Information

Homecoming Ticket Sales

Buy your tickets for homecoming dance today, tomorrow, and Friday at brunch or lunch in the quad! Tickets are $5 for ASB card holders and $10 presale. Normal tickets go up to $15 at the door, so buy now!

District College Fair

The District College Fair is on Thursday evening at Homestead High School from 6-8 PM.  This is open to students in all grades. The first hour is for students only; during that time there is a parent information session from 6-7 PM.  Go early and take advantage of this opportunity to speak with representatives from nearly 100 colleges. Please go to the CHS website and print out a list of colleges and a campus map before you go to the fair. 

Voter Registration

Attention 16, 17, and even 18 year olds! Did you know that you can pre-register to vote when you turn 16? You can pre-register, and then be eligible to vote when you turn 18. Come to Mrs. Morgan’s room today, room 102, at brunch, lunch, 7th period, or after school to pick up a registration form, or even register online!

Library News

Library computers are reserved today periods 4 and 6, Thursday period 3, and Friday period 4.

Learning Style Inventory

Attention 9th graders! Please remember to complete the Learning Style Inventory on Naviance by Sept 30th. Check your e-mail or find the handouts from the Guidance Presentation last week. Guidance Counselors will be checking to make sure you completed the Learning Style Inventory online, so do that as soon as you can and fill out the assignment that you received as well. Naviance is awesome, so get on there and start using it!

Sports

Attention Winter Sport Athletes

There will be concussion screening for all winter athletes who have not taken the test in room 307 on the following dates:

  • All athletes today, Wednesday 9/19, during tutorial (10:40-11:15)  with Coach Gilmore
  • All athletes today, Wednesday 9/19 during 6th period 2:00 to 3:30 with the Athletic Trainer 

This schedule is also listed on the athletics webpage.

If you are playing a Winter Sport, and have not yet taken your concussion screening test, you MUST attend. See Coach Gilmore if you have any questions!

Clubs

Cupertino Robotics First Meeting Of The Year

Hey Tino! Have you ever wanted to learn how a robot works or to build one of you own? Make sure to come out to Cupertino Robotics first meeting of the year today at lunch in room 6105! If you are already in a Robotics team this meeting is mandatory so we hope to see you there!

Tabletop Games Club’s First Meeting

Are you interested in logic, problem-solving, and teamwork, or just a place to destress and hang out? Tabletop Games Club is not just a club, but a community that meets in the Guided Studies room in the library every other Wednesday at lunch. We have tournaments with prizes like food! We will have donuts at our first meeting today!

Tinotronics Meeting

Hey Tino! Are you interested in making circuits and working with electricity? Come to Tinotronics meeting today at lunch in room 723. There will be cookies! See you there! 

FBLA Meetings

Hey Tino! Make sure to come out to FBLA’s meeting tomorrow at lunch in the theater to learn how you can get involved in new opportunities and projects. See you there!

Healing Haiti Info Meeting

Are you interested in the trip of a lifetime? Healing Haiti is a student-lead organization stemming from Cupertino’s Global Health Club. Our mission is to provide medical care and relief to hundreds of local children and adults who do not have access to hospitals and medications. Healing Haiti is partnered with a Haitian-based organization called Angel Wings International, whose clinic was officially recognized by the Prime Minister of Haiti. This rewarding trip is the perfect opportunity to gain an understanding of life in a third world country and appreciate our lives at home, as well as gain a ton of medical experience. If you are interested, come out to Global Health Club’s meeting with healing Haiti tomorrow, September 20th, in room 7103 for more information and to learn how to apply for the trip.

Cooking Club

Do you want to learn a life skill? Do you want to make delicious food? If so, then come out to Cooking Club’s first informational meeting this Friday, September 21st, in room 910. There will be ice cream floats! 

Game Dev Club First Meeting

Don’t just play games; make games! Come to the Game Dev Club on Friday at lunch in room 723 to learn how you can start making your own games.

Tino ECHO’s First Informational Meeting

Hey Tino! Interested in Urban and Street Style dancing? Want to master the art of Hip Hop dance, Popping and Locking, as well as perform in rallies and social events? Well then Tino ECHO is for you! We’re an Urban dance club focusing on freestyle dancing and no experience is necessary to join!!! Come out to the first meeting of the year in room 913 this Friday at brunch to get more info. Once again, that’s room 913 at brunch on Friday. See you there! 

Bisexuality / Pansexuality Presentation & Panel

The GSA is hosting a bisexuality and pansexuality presentation and panel on Monday September 24th, at lunch in room 213. If you’d like to learn more about these, please come join us! 

Grad Night

Goodwill Donation Drive

Next weekend is our biggest fundraiser of the year - our Goodwill Donation Drive (Sept 22 from 3pm-7pm and on Sept. 23 from 11am-5pm)

Please help us save the planet and provide donations for the wonderful programs that Goodwill provides to the homeless and veterans and generate funds for Grad Night. Last year we received over $4000 and we collected many thousands of pounds of items that did not end up in the landfill!  We hope to do even better this year! Please remember us after your garage sale! We can arrange for pick-up of your unsold goods. Questions? Email us at: tinograd@gmail.com.

Sept. 18, 2018

General Information

District College Fair

The District College Fair is on Thursday evening at Homestead High School from 6-8 PM.  This is open to students in all grades. The first hour is for students only; during that time there is a parent information session from 6-7 PM.  Go early and take advantage of this opportunity to speak with representatives from nearly 100 colleges. Please go to the CHS website and print out a list of colleges and a campus map before you go to the fair. 

Voter Registration

Attention 16, 17, and even 18 year olds! Did you know that you can pre-register to vote when you turn 16? You can pre-register, and then be eligible to vote when you turn 18. Come to Mrs. Morgan’s room today, room 102, at brunch, lunch, 7th period, or after school to pick up a registration form, or even register online!

Library News

Library computers are reserved today period 3, tomorrow periods 4 and 6, Thursday period 3, and Friday period 4.

Sports

Attention Winter Sport Athletes

There will be concussion screening for all winter athletes who have not taken the test in room 307 on the following dates:

  • All athletes today, Tuesday 9/18 during 7th period 2:00 to 3:30 with the Athletic Trainer
  • All athletes tomorrow, Wednesday 9/19 during tutorial (10:40-11:15)  with Coach Gilmore
  • All athletes on Wednesday 9/19 during 6th period 2:00 to 3:30 with the Athletic Trainer 

This schedule is also listed on the athletics webpage.

If you are playing a Winter Sport, and have not yet taken your concussion screening test, you MUST attend. See Coach Gilmore if you have any questions!

Clubs

International Club

Hey cultural enthusiasts! Here’s some cultural trivia for you: Which country is the largest producer of wine in the world? France! How much pizza do Americans eat each day? About 100 acres! Where was the world’s oldest fossil found? A 3.4 billion-year-old fossil was found in Australia. Are you interested in Learning about different cultures? Or tutoring ELD students? If so, come out to International club’s first meeting today in Ms. Keifer’s room, room 317!

Cupertino Robotics First Meeting Of The Year

Hey Tino! Have you ever wanted to learn how a robot works or to build one of you own? Make sure to come out to Cupertino Robotics first meeting of the year tomorrow at lunch in room 6105! If you are already in a Robotics team this meeting is mandatory so we hope to see you there!

Tabletop Games Club’s First Meeting

Are you interested in logic, problem-solving, and teamwork, or just a place to destress and hang out? Tabletop Games Club is not just a club, but a community that meets in the Guided Studies room in the library every other Wednesday at lunch. We have tournaments with prizes like food! We will have donuts at our first meeting tomorrow!

Tinotronics Meeting

Hey Tino! Are you interested in making circuits and working with electricity? Come to Tinotronics meeting tomorrow at lunch in room 723. There will be cookies! See you there! 

FBLA Meetings

Hey Tino! Make sure to come out to FBLA’s meeting this Thursday at lunch in the theater to learn how you can get involved in new opportunities and projects. See you there!

Cooking Club

Do you want to learn a life skill? Do you want to make delicious food? If so, then come out to Cooking Club’s first informational meeting this Friday, September 21st, in room 910. There will be ice cream floats! 

Grad Night

Goodwill Donation Drive

Next weekend is our biggest fundraiser of the year - our Goodwill Donation Drive (Sept 22 from 3pm-7pm and on Sept. 23 from 11am-5pm).

Please help us save the planet and provide donations for the wonderful programs that Goodwill provides to the homeless and veterans and generate funds for Grad Night. Last year we received over $4000 and we collected many thousands of pounds of items that did not end up in the landfill!  We hope to do even better this year!Please remember us after your garage sale! We can arrange for pick-up of your unsold goods. Questions? Email us at tinograd@gmail.com.

Sept. 17, 2018

General Information

Locker Assignments

Anyone who requested a locker prior to Pioneer Days, locker assignments are now posted in the College and Career Center windows.

Voter Registration

Attention 16, 17, and even 18 year olds! Did you know that you can pre-register to vote when you turn 16? You can pre-register, and then be eligible to vote when you turn 18. Come to Mrs. Morgan’s room today, room 102, at brunch, lunch, 7th period, or after school to pick up a registration form, or even register online! 

Sports

Attention Winter Sport Athletes

There will be concussion screening for all winter athletes who have not taken the test in room 307 on the following dates:

  • Wrestlers only, during tutorial (9:45-10:20) today with Coach Gilmore
  • All athletes on , tomorrow, Tuesday 9/18 during 7th period 2:00 to 3:30 with the Athletic Trainer
  • All athletes on Wednesday 9/19 during tutorial (10:40-11:15)  with Coach Gilmore
  • All athletes on Wednesday 9/19 during 6th period 2:00 to 3:30 with the Athletic Trainer 

This schedule is also listed on the athletics webpage.

If you are playing a Winter Sport, and have not yet taken your concussion screening test, you MUST attend. See Coach Gilmore if you have any questions!

Boys Soccer

If you are interested in playing boys soccer this winter for the varsity or JV team, please attend the information session in Mr. Tkach’s room #110 today at lunch. We’ll go over expectations, conditioning, and what you need in order to try out.

Clubs

JTASA Informational Meeting

Do you like Boba? Do you know that Boba came from Taiwan? Come out to the Junior Taiwanese American Student Assembly today at lunch in room 912 to learn more about and appreciate Taiwanese Culture! We have games, food, prizes, discussion, socials, and more!

Tabletop Games Club’s First Meeting

Are you interested in logic, problem-solving, and teamwork, or just a place to destress and hang out? Tabletop Games Club is not just a club, but a community that meets in the Guided Studies room in the library every other Wednesday at lunch. We have tournaments with prizes like food! We will have donuts at our first meeting!

FBLA Meetings

Hey Tino! Make sure to come out to FBLA’s meeting this Thursday at lunch in the theater to learn how you can get involved in new opportunities and projects. See you there!

Sept. 14, 2018

General Information

Locker Assignments

Anyone who requested a locker prior to Pioneer Days, locker assignments are now posted in the College and Career Center windows.

Spanish TA’s Needed!

¡Ayúdenme por favor!  Señorita Boyle needs Spanish TA’s for periods 1, 5, and 6.  The ideal TA candidate would be taking Spanish 2 or higher.  Please come see Señorita Boyle in Room 316 if you are interested.  ¡Muchas gracias!

Attention Core Scholars!

Attention Core Scholars! Today is the final training session. Please go to Mrs. Ronalter’s room, room 101, during tutorial today! Thank you!

Library News

Library is now closed during tutorial. The café and mezzanine is also closed during tutorial. Please report to a tutorial class. Stop by and check out the new Health and Wellness area in the library.

Sports

Attention Winter Sport Athletes

There will be concussion screening for all winter athletes who have not taken the test in room 307 on the following dates:

  • Wrestlers only, during tutorial (9:45-10:20) on Monday 9/17 with Coach Gilmore
  • All athletes on Tuesday 9/18 during 7th period 2:00 to 3:30 with the Athletic Trainer
  • All athletes on Wednesday 9/19 during tutorial (10:40-11:15)  with Coach Gilmore
  • All athletes on Wednesday 9/19 during 6th period 2:00 to 3:30 with the Athletic Trainer 

This schedule is also listed on the athletics webpage.

If you are playing a Winter Sport, and have not yet taken your concussion screening test, you MUST attend. See Coach Gilmore if you have any questions!

Boys Soccer

If you are interested in playing boys soccer this winter for the varsity or JV team, please attend the information session in Mr. Tkach’s room #110 on Monday, September 17th at lunch. We’ll go over expectations, conditioning, and what you need in order to try out.

Clubs

National Poetry Month contest

This month is National Poetry month! Do you want to win $500? Do you want to publish your works of poetry? This is a poetry only project and will give you the chance to become a published poet. Contact any of the Tino Poetry club officers or email us at tinopoetryclub@gmail.com for more information. 

Ukulele Club!

Aloha! Come relax and have fun playing the ukulele today! It’s easy and we can loan you a ukulele. Ukulele Club Friday’s at lunch in room 804.

FASA Informational Meeting

FASA! Are you interested in learning about Filipino culture? Do you want donuts? Then come to FASA’s first meeting today during lunch in Ms. Masuda’s room, room 211. See you there!

Tino Science Magazine Club

Hey Tino. Are you interested in STEM developments? How about journalistic writing, graphic design, or social media marketing? If you answered yes to any of these questions, come check out Tino Science Magazine Club in Ms. Stavis’ room, room 105 at lunch today!

NHS’s First Meeting

Hey Cupertino! Come out to the gym during lunch today to see what National Honor Society is all about. All grades are welcome to come to the meeting. There will be food!

Tino Math Club

Do you enjoy solving mathematical and logic based puzzles? Do you want to take part in competitions such as the AMC? Have you ever wondered about types of math not taught in high school? Come out to Math Club’s informational meeting today in room 411 at lunch. Everyone is welcome regardless of experience. Food will be provided!

International Club

Hey cultural enthusiasts! Here’s some cultural trivia for you: Did you know that the Amazon Rainforest produces around one fifth of the world’s oxygen? Which city has the largest population in the world? Tokyo, Japan, with around 9.2 million people!

What day is Thanksgiving celebrated in Canada? On the second Monday of October!

Are you interested in more cultural trivia? Learning about different cultures? Or tutoring ELD students? If so, come out to International club’s first meeting next Tuesday in Ms. Keifer’s room, room 317! 

JTASA Informational Meeting

Do you like Boba? Do you know that Boba came from Taiwan? Come out to the Junior Taiwanese American Student Assembly next Monday, September 17th, at lunch in room 912 to learn more about and appreciate Taiwanese Culture! We have games, food, prizes, discussion, socials, and more! Again, the first meeting is next Monday, September 17th.

Sept. 13, 2018

General Information

Self-driving Car Opportunity

Want to build a small scale self-driving car?

CHS is looking for students interested in forming a NATCAR team to compete in this year's NATCAR high school division.  If this sounds like you, come to Mr. Ferrante's room (Rm 312) today at lunch.  No prior experience is needed.

Spanish TA’s Needed!

¡Ayúdenme por favor!  Señorita Boyle needs Spanish TA’s for periods 1, 5, and 6.  The ideal TA candidate would be taking Spanish 2 or higher.  Please come see Señorita Boyle in Room 316 if you are interested.  ¡Muchas gracias!

Attention Core Scholars!

There is only one training session left. Please go to Mrs. Ronalter’s room, room 101, at tutorial on Friday, September 14th. Thank you!

Reflections

The Reflections art program is on! The 2018-2019 theme is “Heroes around us”. Please submit your film, music, writing, photo, or artwork. Deadline is October 16th. More info is on the PTA website.

Library News

Library is now closed during tutorial. The café and mezzanine is also closed during tutorial. Please report to a tutorial class.

Stop by and check out the new Health and Wellness area in the library.

Sports

Attention Winter Sport Athletes

There will be concussion screening for all winter athletes who have not taken the test in room 307 on the following dates:

  • Wrestlers only, during tutorial (9:45-10:20) on Monday 9/17 with Coach Gilmore
  • All athletes on Tuesday 9/18 during 7th period 2:00 to 3:30 with the Athletic Trainer
  • All athletes on Wednesday 9/19 during tutorial (10:40-11:15)  with Coach Gilmore
  • All athletes on Wednesday 9/19 during 6th period 2:00 to 3:30 with the Athletic Trainer 

This schedule is also listed on the athletics webpage.

If you are playing a Winter Sport, and have not yet taken your concussion screening test, you MUST attend. See Coach Gilmore if you have any questions!

Boys Soccer

If you are interested in playing boys soccer this winter for the varsity or JV team, please attend the information session in Mr. Tkach’s room #110 on Monday, September 17th at lunch. We’ll go over expectations, conditioning, and what you need in order to try out.

Clubs

National Poetry Month contest

This month is National Poetry month! Do you want to win $500? Do you want to publish your works of poetry? This is a poetry only project and will give you the chance to become a published poet. Contact any of the Tino Poetry club officers or email us at tinopoetryclub@gmail.com for more information. 

Tino Photography Club

Do you want to take amazing photos and share them with the entire school? Do you want to learn cool tips and tricks to improve your photography skills? Or are you just caving cookies during lunch? If so, come out to the Tino Photography club’s first meeting today at lunch in room 203. See you there!

Tino Bike Club First Meeting

Hey bikers! Are you interested in biking? Do you want to explore all the beautiful places around the area? If so, come to the Cupertino Bike Club! If you own a bike, then come and join us! Frist meeting will be in the College and Career Center today during lunch. There will be pizza! 

Ukulele Club!

Aloha! Come relax and have fun playing the ukulele tomorrow! It’s easy and we can loan you a ukulele. Ukulele Club Friday’s at lunch in room 804.

FASA Informational Meeting

FASA! Are you interested in learning about Filipino culture? Do you want donuts? Then come to FASA’s first meeting tomorrow during lunch in Ms. Masuda’s room, room 211. See you there!

Tino Science Magazine Club

Hey Tino. Are you interested in STEM developments? How about journalistic writing, graphic design, or social media marketing? If you answered yes to any of these questions, come check out Tino Science Magazine Club in Ms. Stavis’ room, room 105 at lunch tomorrow.

NHS’s First Meeting

Hey Cupertino! Come out to the gym during lunch tomorrow to see what National Honor Society is all about. All grades are welcome to come to the meeting. There will be food. See you tomorrow Tino!

Tino Math Club

Do you enjoy solving mathematical and logic based puzzles? Do you want to take part in competitions such as the AMC? Have you ever wondered about types of math not taught in high school? Come out to Math Club’s informational meeting tomorrow in room 411 at lunch. Everyone is welcome regardless of experience. Food will be provided!

International Club

Hey cultural enthusiasts! Here’s some cultural trivia for you: Did you know that the Amazon Rainforest produces around one fifth of the world’s oxygen? Which city has the largest population in the world? Tokyo, Japan, with around 9.2 million people!

What day is Thanksgiving celebrated in Canada? On the second Monday of October!

Are you interested in more cultural trivia? Learning about different cultures? Or tutoring ELD students? If so, come out to International club’s first meeting next Tuesday in Ms. Keifer’s room, room 317!

JTASA Informational Meeting

Do you like Boba? Do you know that Boba came from Taiwan? Come out to the Junior Taiwanese American Student Assembly next Monday, September 17th, at lunch in room 912 to learn more about and appreciate Taiwanese Culture! We have games, food, prizes, discussion, socials, and more! Again, the first meeting is next Monday, September 17th.

Sept. 12, 2018

General Information

Self-driving Car Opportunity
Want to build a small scale self-driving car?

CHS is looking for students interested in forming a NATCAR team to compete in this year's NATCAR high school division.  If this sounds like you, come to Mr. Ferrante's room (Rm 312) Thursday at lunch.  No prior experience is needed.

Spanish TA’s Needed!

¡Ayúdenme por favor!  Señorita Boyle needs Spanish TA’s for periods 1, 5, and 6.  The ideal TA candidate would be taking Spanish 2 or higher.  Please come see Señorita Boyle in Room 316 if you are interested.  ¡Muchas gracias!

Attention Core Scholars! 

Attention Core Scholars! There will be 2 Core scholar training sessions this week. Please go to Mrs. Ronalter’s room, room 101, at tutorial TODAY, September 12th and Friday, September 14th. Thank you!

Reflections

The Reflections art program is on! The 2018-2019 theme is “Heroes around us”. Please submit your film, music, writing, photo, or artwork. Deadline is October 16th. More info is on the PTA website.

Library News

Freshmen! Please check your School Loop email for a message containing an internet survey from the school district.   The deadline for completing this survey is TODAY!

Library is now closed during tutorial. The café and mezzanine is also closed during tutorial. Please report to a tutorial class.

Stop by and check out the new Health and Wellness area in the library.

Sports

Attention Winter Sport Athletes

There will be concussion screening for all winter athletes who have not taken the test in room 307 on the following dates:

  • Wrestlers only, during tutorial (9:45-10:20) on Monday 9/17 with Coach Gilmore
  • All athletes on Tuesday 9/18 during 7th period 2:00 to 3:30 with the Athletic Trainer
  • All athletes on Wednesday 9/19 during tutorial (10:40-11:15)  with Coach Gilmore
  • All athletes on Wednesday 9/19 during 6th period 2:00 to 3:30 with the Athletic Trainer 

This schedule is also listed on the athletics webpage.

If you are playing a Winter Sport, and have not yet taken your concussion screening test, you MUST attend. See Coach Gilmore if you have any questions!

Clubs

Tinotronics Meeting

Hey Tino! Are you interested in making circuits and working with electricity? Come to the Tinotronics meeting today at lunch in room 723. There will be cookies! Hope to see you there! 

NCHS First Meeting

Hey Tino! We know you love food, but food and learning about Chinese Culture? Even better!! Come out to room 407 today for NCHS’s first meeting to learn more about what our club has to offer: volunteer hours and opportunities, prep for the AP test, and more! See you all there!

Tinovation First Meeting

Hey Tino! Are you interested in learning how to build your own end to end mobile application or website from scratch? Do you want to explore the new, up and coming field of data science and incorporate machine learning models into full-scale products? Or are you interested in just looking for a place to start learning to code? If so, make sure to come to the first Tinovation meeting today in room 312 at lunch. We hope to see you there! 

KASA First Meeting

Are you interested in K-pop? Want some snacks for brunch? Surprised by our performances in the rally and at the quad? Do you want to know more about Korea and the culture? Come to KASA first meeting today in room 913 during brunch. We will be introducing our new officers and goals of this year! There will be snacks, don’t miss out!

Spanish Honor Society’s First Meeting

Hey Tino! Come out to Spanish Honor Society’s first meeting of the year today at lunch in Senora Aguilar’s room, room 409! There will be music, games, and food! Bring your friends!

New Clubs Meeting

New Clubs! Are you interested in starting a new club? Come to the New Club informational meeting today at lunch in room 721. See you there!

Tino Photography Club

Do you want to take amazing photos and share them with the entire school? Do you want to learn cool tips and tricks to improve your photography skills? Or are you just caving cookies during lunch? If so, come out to the Tino Photography club’s first meeting tomorrow at lunch in room 203. See you there!

Tino Bike Club First Meeting

Hey bikers! Are you interested in biking? Do you want to explore all the beautiful places around the area? If so, come to the Cupertino Bike Club! If you own a bike, then come and join us! Frist meeting will be in the College and Career Center tomorrow during lunch. There will be pizza!

Ukulele Club!

Aloha! Come relax and have fun playing the ukulele on Friday. It’s easy and we can loan you a ukulele. Ukulele Club Friday’s at lunch in room 804.

NHS’s First Meeting

Hey Cupertino! Come out to the gym during lunch this Friday, September 14th, to see what National Honor Society is all about. All grades are welcome to come to the meeting. There will be food. See you on Friday Tino! 

International Club

Hey cultural enthusiasts! Here’s some cultural trivia for you:

Which continent is the most linguistically diverse in the world? Africa!

Which is home to anywhere from 800 to 1,500 of the world’s languages. About how many languages are spoken worldwide? 6,500 languages!

In French, what does the word “croissant” mean, and where did this pastry originate from? The answer is Crescent, and it was first baked in Austria!

Are you interested in more cultural trivia? Learning about different cultures? Or tutoring ELD students? If so, come out to International club’s first meeting next Tuesday in Ms. Keifer’s room, room 317!

Tino Math Club

Do you enjoy solving mathematical and logic based puzzles? Do you want to take part in competitions such as the AMC? Have you ever wondered about types of math not taught in high school? Come out to Math Club’s informational meeting this Friday in room 411 at lunch. Everyone is welcome regardless of experience. Food will be provided!

FASA Informational Meeting

FASA! Are you interested in learning about Filipino culture? Do you want donuts? Then come to FASA’s first meeting this Friday during lunch in Ms. Masuda’s room, room 211. See you there!

JTASA Informational Meeting

Do you like Boba? Do you know that Boba came from Taiwan? Come out to the Junior Taiwanese American Student Assembly next Monday, September 17th, at lunch in room 912 to learn more about and appreciate Taiwanese Culture! We have games, food, prizes, discussion, socials, and more! Again, the first meeting is next Monday, September 17.

Sept. 11, 2018

General Information

Spanish TA’s Needed!
¡Ayúdenme por favor!  Señorita Boyle needs Spanish TA’s for periods 1, 5, and 6.  The ideal TA candidate would be taking Spanish 2 or higher.  Please come see Señorita Boyle in Room 316 if you are interested.  ¡Muchas gracias!
 
Attention Core Scholars!
There will be 2 Core scholar training sessions this week. Please go to Mrs. Ronalter’s room, room 101, at tutorial tomorrow September 12th and Friday, September 14th. Thank you!
 
Reflections
The Reflections art program is on! The 2018-2019 theme is “Heroes around us”. Please submit your film, music, writing, photo, or artwork. Deadline is October 16th. More info is on the PTA website.
 
Library News
Freshmen! Please check your School Loop email for a message containing an internet survey from the school district.   The deadline for completing this survey is tomorrow, but please take the 2 minute survey as soon as possible.  
 
Library is now closed during tutorial. The café and mezzanine is also closed during tutorial. Please report to a tutorial class. Stop by and check out the new Health and Wellness area in the library.
 
Sheriff’s Office Teen Academy
Are you interested in law enforcement or wonder what police work is like? Do you want to see the inside of a jail, a K-9 demonstration, or want to go on a ride-along?
 
The Sheriff’s Office runs a free 12-week program that is designed to provide students with an inside look at various aspects of law enforcement.
 
Classes will be held on Thursday evenings from 6-9pm beginning September 20th. Pick up an application in the main office or apply online on the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office website.
 
Applications are due no later than September 16th!

Clubs

NCHS First Meeting
Hey Tino! We know you love food, but food and learning about Chinese Culture? Even better!! Come out to room 407 tomorrow for NCHS’s first meeting to learn more about what our club has to offer: volunteer hours and opportunities, prep for the AP test, and more! See you all there!
 
Fashion Club First Meeting
Hey Tino! Interested in fashion or looking for fashion inspiration? Stop by room 204 today at lunch for Fashion Club’s first meeting! All genders are welcome and there will be food! See you there!
 
Tino Sports Med’s First Meeting
Attention Tino! Are you interested in sports? Are you interested in medicine? If so, come out to Tino Sports Med’s first meeting of the year today, in room 410 at lunch to learn more about the club. See you there!
 
Tino Scribes First Meeting
Hi Tino! Do you enjoy creative writing? Do you want to participate in writing competitions? If so, come out to the first meeting of Tino Scribes today during lunch in room 210. See you there!
 
Tinovation First Meeting
Hey Tino! Are you interested in learning how to build your own end to end mobile application or website from scratch? Do you want to explore the new, up and coming field of data science and incorporate machine learning models into full-scale products? Or are you interested in just looking for a place to start learning to code? IF so, make sure to come to the first Tinovation meeting tomorrow in room 312 at lunch. We hope to see you there!
 
KASA First Meeting
Are you interested in K-pop? Want some snacks for brunch? Surprised by our performances in the rally and at the quad? Do you want to know more about Korea and the culture? Come to KASA first meeting tomorrow in room 913 during brunch. We will be introducing our new officers and goals of this year! There will be snacks, don’t miss out!
 
Spanish Honor Society’s First Meeting
Hey Tino! Come out to Spanish Honor Society’s first meeting of the year tomorrow at lunch in Senora Aguilar’s room, room 409! There will be music, games, and food! Bring your friends!
 
New Clubs Meeting
New Clubs! Are you interested in starting a new club? Come to the New Club informational meeting tomorrow at lunch in room 721. See you there!
 
Tino Photography Club
Do you want to take amazing photos and share them with the entire school? Doyou want to learn cool tips and tricks to improve your photography skills? Or are you just caving cookies during lunch? If so, come out to the Tino Photography club’s first meeting on Thursday, September 13th, at lunch in room 203. See you there!
 
Ukulele Club!
Aloha! Come relax and have fun playing the ukulele on Friday. It’s easy and we can loan you a ukulele. Ukulele Club Friday’s at lunch in room 804.
 
NHS’s First Meeting
Hey Cupertino! Come out to the gym during lunch this Friday, September 14th, to see what National Honor Society is all about. All grades are welcome to come to the meeting. There will be food. See you on Friday Tino!
 
International Club
Hey cultural enthusiasts! Here’s some cultural trivia for you:
Which continent is the most linguistically diverse in the world? Africa!
Which is home to anywhere from 800 to 1,500 of the world’s languages. About how many languages are spoken worldwide? 6,500 languages!
In French, what does the word “croissant” mean, and where did this pastry originate from? The answer is Crescent, and it was first baked in Austria!
 
Are you interested in more cultural trivia? Learning about different cultures? Or tutoring ELD students? If so, come out to International club’s first meeting next Tuesday in Ms. Keifer’s room, room 317!
 
Tino Math Club
Do you enjoy solving mathematical and logic based puzzles? Do you want to take part in competitions such as the AMC? Have you ever wondered about types of math not taught in high school? Come out to Math Club’s informational meeting this Friday in room 411 at lunch. Everyone is welcome regardless of experience. Food will be provided!

Sept. 10, 2018

General Information

Photo Make-up Day Today!

Photo make-up day is today from 7:30am to 3:30pm in the Wagon Wheel for both staff and students. Please come during your open period if possible, but before school, brunch and lunch will also be available.

If you have recently purchased an ASB card, please bring your receipt. We will be printing out ID cards so if you missed Pioneer Day, please come today to get one.

Also, if you ordered photos, please come pick them up in the front office. 

Spanish TA’s Needed!

¡Ayúdenme por favor!  Señorita Boyle needs Spanish TA’s for periods 1, 5, and 6.  The ideal TA candidate would be taking Spanish 2 or higher.  Please come see Señorita Boyle in Room 316 if you are interested.  ¡Muchas gracias!

Attention Core Scholars!

There will be 2 Core scholar training sessions this week. Please go to Mrs. Ronalter’s room, room 101, at tutorial on Wednesday, September 12th and Friday, September 14th. Thank you!

Reflections

The Reflections art program is on! The 2018-2019 theme is “Heroes around us”. Please submit your film, music, writing, photo, or artwork. Deadline is October 16th. More info is on the PTA website.

Library News

Freshmen! Please check your School Loop email for a message containing an internet survey from the school district. The deadline for completing this survey is Wednesday, September 12th, but please take the 2 minute survey as soon as possible.  

Library is now closed during tutorial. The café and mezzanine is also closed during tutorial. Please report to a tutorial class.

Stop by and check out the new Health and Wellness area in the library.

Sheriff’s Office Teen Academy

Are you interested in law enforcement or wonder what police work is like? Do you want to see the inside of a jail, a K-9 demonstration, or want to go on a ride-along?

The Sheriff’s Office runs a free 12-week program that is designed to provide students with an inside look at various aspects of law enforcement.

Classes will be held on Thursday evenings from 6-9pm beginning September 20th. Pick up an application in the main office or apply online on the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office website.

Applications are due no later than September 16!

PSAT Sales

Attention: Juniors. PSAT sales have begun! Bring your payment to the College and Career Center at Brunch and Lunch or purchase your PSAT ticket online.

Clubs

National Math Honor Society Meeting

Who likes Math? We do! Come to room 411 today at lunch to learn more about Tino National Math Honor Society. We’ll keep it short and there will be food! See you Monday!

Red Cross Club First Meeting

Come out to Cupertino Red Cross’s informational meeting today at lunch in room 7203 where there will be Boba and food!

 Interact’s First Meeting

Interact’s first meeting is today at lunch in the gym. Interact is one of the largest service clubs on campus and there are thousands of members throughout the bay area. Come learn more about Interact and enjoy some pizza!

 NCHS First Meeting

Hey Tino! We know you love food, but food and learning about Chinese Culture? Even better!! Come out to room 407 on Wednesday for NCHS’s first meeting to learn more about what our club has to offer: volunteer hours and opportunities, prep for the AP test, and more! See you all there!

Fashion Club First Meeting

Hey Tino! Interested in fashion or looking for fashion inspiration? Stop by room 204 tomorrow at lunch for Fashion Club’s first meeting! All genders are welcome and there will be food! See you there!

Tino Sports Med’s First Meeting

Attention Tino! Are you interested in sports? Are you interested in medicine? If so, come out to Tino Sports Med’s first meeting of the year tomorrow, in room 410 at lunch to learn more about the club. See you there!

Tino Scribes First Meeting

Hi Tino! Do you enjoy creative writing? Do you want to participate in writing competitions? If so, come out to the first meeting of Tino Scribes tomorrow during lunch in room 210. See you there!

Tinovation First Meeting

Hey Tino! Are you interested in learning how to build your own end to end mobile application or website from scratch? Do you want to explore the new, up and coming field of data science and incorporate machine learning models into full-scale products? Or are you interested in just looking for a place to start learning to code? IF so, make sure to come to the first Tinovation meeting Wednesday, September 12th, in room 312 at lunch. We hope to see you there!

KASA First Meeting

Are you interested in K-pop? Want some snacks for brunch? Surprised by our performances in the rally and at the quad? Do you want to know more about Korea and the culture? Come to KASA first meeting this Wednesday, September 12th, at room 913 during brunch. We will be introducing our new officers and goals of this year! There will be snacks, don’t miss out!

Spanish Honor Society’s First Meeting

Hey Tino! Come out to Spanish Honor Society’s first meeting of the year this Wednesday, September 12th, at lunch in Senora Aguilar’s room, room 409! There will be music, games, and food! Bring your friends and we’

 Ukulele Club!

Aloha! Come relax and have fun playing the ukulele on Friday. It’s easy and we can loan you a ukulele. Ukulele Club Friday’s at lunch in room 804.

NHS’s First Meeting

Hey Cupertino! Come out to the gym during lunch this Friday, September 14th, to see what National Honor Society is all about. All grades are welcome to come to the meeting. There will be food. See you on Friday Tino!