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October 2019

Oct. 17

GENERAL INFORMATION

Blood Drive

Hey Tino! The Fall Blood Drive is here! You can save lives AND receive a free pint of ice cream for your donation. If you are 16 years old or over, you can find the forms in the ASB room, room 721, or from any ASB member. The deadline to turn in forms in Monday, October 21. Hope to see you there!

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Girls Who Code Project Selection Meeting

Hey Tino! Join the Cupertino Girls Who Code Chapter for their meeting today to choose their projects for the semester. You can create a project involving scratch HTML, Python, or even Swift to showcase at the end of the year. There will be pizza, so come on down to Mr. Mcleod’s room 723 today at lunch!

Women In Tech Guest Speaker

Hey Tino! Women in Tech will be having a guest speaker tomorrow, Friday, October 18th, in Mr. Ferrante’s room 312 during lunch. The speaker is Nisha Talagala, and she’s the CEO and co-founder of an AI company. Come out on Friday to learn more about her impressive journey! There will be donut holes! 

Gaming Club Fall Smash Tournament

Hey Tino! Gaming Club will be holding our Fall Super Smash Bros Ultimate tournament tomorrow, Friday, October 18th, from 3:30pm to 6:30pm in room 418.Admission is free, and you can sign up on the link posted in the Schoolloop and flyers around campus. All skill levels are welcome so we hope to see you there! 

SPORTS

Girls Soccer

Anyone hoping to play on the Girls Soccer teams this season should attend a short meeting at lunch on Monday in Room 115. We will be sharing information on what you need to complete before you are eligible to tryout. 

Oct. 10

GENERAL INFORMATION

No School on Monday, October 14!

Attention students! Reminder, there is no school next Monday, October 14.

HEY TINO! International Soccer Week is coming up soon!

International Soccer Week is a week-long lunch-time soccer tournament, where a team from each World Language and ELD class is represented.

Students of all skill levels are welcome, so if you're interested, sign up with your World Language or ELD teacher, and turn the permission slip in by tomorrow, Friday, October 11!

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Go Club Meeting

Hey Tino! Want to learn about the ancient Chinese game of Go which has recently been a hot topic in the field of AI? Then come out to Go Club today at lunch in room 407. There will be food!  

Girls Who Code Meeting

Hey Tino! Join the Cupertino Girls Who Code chapter for their meeting today at lunch in room 723. You’ll get to learn about coding, powerful women in tech, and work on projects involving HTML and Python. Make sure to come out to the meeting today! There will be pizza! 

Comedy Hour Show

Hey Tino! Do you like comedy? Do you like to laugh? If so, the come to the first comedy hour show of the year this tomorrow at 4:00pm in the Blackbox. It is free! 

Tino Science Magazine

Are you interested in STEM journalism, graphic design, or social media marketing? If so, you should join the Tino Science Magazine club! Come to Room 105 at lunch this Friday for our info meeting- there will be food!

SPORTS

Boys Soccer Tryouts

If you are interested in playing for the boys varsity or JV soccer team this year, please attend an information session in Mr. Tkach’s room #110 at lunch on Wednesday, October 16. We’ll go over expectations and what you need in order to tryout. 

Oct. 16

GENERAL INFORMATION

Blood Drive

Hey Tino! The Fall Blood Drive is here! You can save lives AND receive a free pint of ice cream for your donation. IF you are 16 years old or over, you can find the forms in the ASB room, room 721, or from any ASB member. The deadline to turn in forms in Monday, October 21st. Hope to see you there!

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Making Stressballs with Global Health Club

Hey Tino! Are you feeling stressed, over-worked, or worried? Global Health Club is creating free stressballs today during lunch in room 6221! See you there!

Women In Tech Guest Speaker

Hey Tino! Women in Tech will be having a guest speaker on Friday, October 18th, in Mr. Ferrante’s room 312 during lunch. The speaker is Nisha Talagala, and she’s the CEO and co-founder of an AI company. Come out on Friday to learn more about her impressive journey! There will be donut holes! 

Gaming Club Fall Smash Tournament

Hey Tino! Gaming Club will be holding our Fall Super Smash Bros Ultimate tournament this Friday, October 18th, from 3:30pm to 6:30pm in room 418. Admission is free, and you can sign up on the link posted in the Schoolloop and flyers around campus. All skill levels are welcome so we hope to see you there!

SPORTS

Boys Soccer Tryouts

If you are interested in playing for the boys varsity or JV soccer team this year, please attend an information session in Mr. Tkach’s room #110 at lunch today. We’ll go over expectations and what you need in order to tryout. 

Softball

There will be a meeting for all girls interested in playing softball in the spring tomorrow, Wednesday, October 16th, at 3:40pm at the softball field to discuss the upcoming spring season as well as conditioning for fall and winter. Come on out, no experience necessary.

Oct. 15

CLUBS

Women In Tech Guest Speaker

Hey Tino! Women in Tech will be having a guest speaker this Friday, October 18th, in Mr. Ferrante’s room 312 during lunch. The speaker is Nisha Talagala, and she’s the CEO and co-founder of an AI company. Come out on Friday to learn more about her impressive journey! There will be donut holes! 

SPORTS

Boys Soccer Tryouts

If you are interested in playing for the boys varsity or JV soccer team this year, please attend an information session in Mr. Tkach’s room #110 at lunch tomorrow. We’ll go over expectations and what you need in order to tryout. 

Oct. 9

GENERAL INFORMATION

No School on Monday, October 14!

Attention students! Reminder, there is no school next Monday, October 14.

HEY TINO! International Soccer Week is coming up soon!

International Soccer Week is a week-long lunch-time soccer tournament, where a team from each World Language and ELD class is represented.

Students of all skill levels are welcome, so if you're interested, sign up with your World Language or ELD teacher, and turn the permission slip in by Friday, October 11!

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Chinese Culture Club’s Fundraiser

Chinese Culture Club is holding a fundraiser today, October 9th, in the quad after school today. We will be selling stickers, notebooks, bookmarks, and pens. If you are interested, please come!

Tinovation Guest Speaker: CEO of Falkonry

Hey Tino! Tinovation is having a guest speaker session featuring Nikunj Mehta, the CEO and founder of Falkonry, a Bay Area data-science tech startup. Make sure to attend today at lunch in room 312 for a chance to learn about the experience and challenges of founding his company. 

Comedy Hour Show

Hey Tino! Do you like comedy? Do you like to laugh? If so, the come to the first comedy hour show of the year this Friday, October 11th at 4:00pm in the Blackbox. It is free! 

Tino Science Magazine

Are you interested in STEM journalism, graphic design, or social media marketing? If so, you should join the Tino Science Magazine club! Come to Room 105 at lunch this Friday for our info meeting- there will be food!

SPORTS

Boys Soccer Tryouts

If you are interested in playing for the boys varsity or JV soccer team this year, please attend an information session in Mr. Tkach’s room #110 at lunch on Wednesday, October 16. We’ll go over expectations and what you need in order to tryout.

Oct. 8

GENERAL INFORMATION

No School on Monday, October 14!

Attention students! Reminder, there is no school next Monday, October 14.

HEY TINO! International Soccer Week is coming up soon!

International Soccer Week is a week-long lunch-time soccer tournament, where a team from each World Language and ELD class is represented.

Students of all skill levels are welcome, so if you're interested, sign up with your World Language or ELD teacher, and turn the permission slip in by Friday, October 11!

Tino Science Magazine

Are you interested in STEM journalism, graphic design, or social media marketing? If so, you should join the Tino Science Magazine club! Come to Room 105 at lunch this Friday for our info meeting- there will be food!

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Come Out to History Club’s First Meeting!

Do you like learning about history? Do you want help with your history classes? Do you just want to learn about cool things? Come out to History Club’s first meeting on Tuesday at lunch in Ms. Hooper’s room, room 6227.

Leo Club First Meeting 

Come to Leo Club’s first meeting of the year in room 114 today at lunch. We take community service to a personal level, affecting our community, directly rather than indirectly. Leo Club provides leadership, experience, and opportunities, including food and awareness drives, as well as environmental clean ups. There will be pizza.

Comedy Hour Show

Hey Tino! Do you like comedy? Do you like to laugh? If so, the come to the first comedy hour show of the year this Friday, October 11 at 4 p.m. in the Blackbox. It is free! 

SPORTS

Boys Soccer Tryouts

If you are interested in playing for the boys varsity or JV soccer team this year, please attend an information session in Mr. Tkach’s room #110 at lunch on Wednesday, October 16. We’ll go over expectations and what you need in order to tryout. 

Oct. 7

GENERAL INFORMATION

No School On Monday, October 14th!

Attention students! Reminder, there is no school next Monday, October 14th.

Last Chance to Take School Pictures!

Attention Students! If you have not had your school picture taken, or if you need to do a picture retake, TODAY is the last day to do so! Head over to the Wagon Wheel between 7:30am-3:30pm to have your picture taken.

HEY TINO! International Soccer Week is coming up soon!

International Soccer Week is a week-long lunch-time soccer tournament, where a team from each World Language and ELD class is represented.

Students of all skill levels are welcome, so if you're interested, sign up with your World Language or ELD teacher, and turn the permission slip in by Friday, October 11!

Calling all FUHSD students!

BAYCO, Bay Area Youth Career Opportunities, and the Fremont Union High Schools Foundation are hosting a Resume Review Workshop this evening at Fremont High School from 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm in room 76.   

Students will be able to learn how to create a winning resume from experts of prestigious companies and will be able to come back for a deeper 1:1 revision for their personal resumes. As well as be able to go through mock interviews led by qualified instructors and employees to practice answering real life interview questions and receive feedback. RSVP link is: https://bit.ly/2luZZJI

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Leo Club First Meeting 

Come to Leo Club’s first meeting of the year in room 114 tomorrow, October 8th, at lunch. We take community service to a personal level, affecting our community, directly rather than indirectly. Leo Club provides leadership, experience, and opportunities, including food and awareness drives, as well as environmental clean ups. There will be pizza. 

SPORTS

Boys Soccer Tryouts

If you are interested in playing for the boys varsity or JV soccer team this year, please attend an information session in Mr. Tkach’s room #110 at lunch on Wednesday, October 16. We’ll go over expectations and what you need in order to tryout.

Oct. 4

GENERAL INFORMATION

Last Chance to Take School Pictures!

Attention Students! If you have not had your school picture taken, or if you need to do a picture retake, Monday is the last day to do so! Head over to the Wagon Wheel between 7:30am-3:30pm to have your picture taken.

HEY TINO! International Soccer Week is coming up soon!

International Soccer Week is a week-long lunch-time soccer tournament, where a team from each World Language and ELD class is represented.

Students of all skill levels are welcome, so if you're interested, sign up with your World Language or ELD teacher, and turn the permission slip in by Friday, October 11!

Homecoming Ticket Sales

Hey Tino! This Saturday will be the Homecoming dance! Tickets will be sold at lunch today in front of room 721 for $5 with an ASB card and $10 without an ASB card. Tickets will also be sold at the door on Saturday for $10 with an ASB card and $15 without an ASB card. The dance will be held at school from 8:00pm – 11:00pm on Saturday!!

AP Testing 2020

The last day to register for AP exams is TODAY, October 4th!!! The exam fee is $115 for regular format exams and $125 for special format (World Language, Music Theory, Studio Art) exams. There will be no late registration and no refunds, so students will need to plan carefully. AP exams will take place from May 4-16, 2020. For more information, visit the AP Exam Information link on the school or district website. 

Calling all FUHSD students!

BAYCO, Bay Area Youth Career Opportunities, and the Fremont Union High Schools Foundation are hosting a Resume Review Workshop on Monday, October 7th at Fremont High School from 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm in room 76.

Students will be able to learn how to create a winning resume from experts of prestigious companies and will be able to come back for a deeper 1:1 revision for their personal resumes. As well as be able to go through mock interviews led by qualified instructors and employees to practice answering real life interview questions and receive feedback. RSVP link is: https://bit.ly/2luZZJI

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Animanga Club First Meeting

Are you stressed about the test you failed? Then come relax at Animanga Club- Friday’s at lunch in room 407! We watch anime every week and we’re friendly!

Leo Club First Meeting 

Come to Leo Club’s first meeting of the year in room 114 next Tuesday, October 8th, at lunch. We take community service to a personal level, affecting our community, directly rather than indirectly. Leo Club provides leadership, experience, and opportunities, including food and awareness drives, as well as environmental clean ups. There will be pizza.

SPORTS

Boys Soccer Tryouts

If you are interested in playing for the boys varsity or JV soccer team this year, please attend an information session in Mr. Tkach’s room #110 at lunch on Wednesday, October 16. We’ll go over expectations and what you need in order to tryout.

Oct. 3

GENERAL INFORMATION

HEY TINO! International Soccer Week is coming up soon!

International Soccer Week is a week-long lunch-time soccer tournament, where a team from each World Language and ELD class is represented.

Students of all skill levels are welcome, so if you're interested, sign up with your World Language or ELD teacher, and turn the permission slip in by Friday, October 11!

Homecoming Ticket Sales

Hey Tino! This Saturday will be the Homecoming dance! Tickets will be sold today and tomorrow at lunch in front of room 721 for $5 with an ASB card and $10 without an ASB card. Tickets will also be sold at the door on Saturday for $10 with an ASB card and $15 without an ASB card. The dance will be held at school from 8:00pm – 11:00pm on Saturday!!

AP Testing 2020

The last day to register for AP exams is tomorrow, October 4th. The exam fee is $115 for regular format exams and $125 for special format (World Language, Music Theory, Studio Art) exams. There will be no late registration and no refunds, so students will need to plan carefully. AP exams will take place from May 4-16, 2020. For more information, visit the AP Exam Information link on the school or district website. 

Calling all FUHSD students!

BAYCO, Bay Area Youth Career Opportunities, and the Fremont Union High Schools Foundation are hosting a Resume Review Workshop on Monday, October 7th at Fremont High School from 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm in room 76. 

Students will be able to learn how to create a winning resume from experts of prestigious companies and will be able to come back for a deeper 1:1 revision for their personal resumes. As well as be able to go through mock interviews led by qualified instructors and employees to practice answering real life interview questions and receive feedback. RSVP link is: https://bit.ly/2luZZJI

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Leo Club First Meeting 

Come to Leo Club’s first meeting of the year in room 114 next Tuesday, October 8th, at lunch. We take community service to a personal level, affecting our community, directly rather than indirectly. Leo Club provides leadership, experience, and opportunities, including food and awareness drives, as well as environmental clean ups. There will be pizza.

SPORTS

Boys Soccer Tryouts

If you are interested in playing for the boys varsity or JV soccer team this year, please attend an information session in Mr. Tkach’s room #110 at lunch on Wednesday, October 16. We’ll go over expectations and what you need in order to tryout. 

Oct. 2

GENERAL INFORMATION

Homecoming Ticket Sales

Hey Tino! This Saturday will be the Homecoming dance! Tickets will be sold today, Thursday, and Friday at lunch in front of room 721 for $5 with an ASB card and $10 without an ASB card. Tickets will also be sold at the door on Saturday for $10 with an ASB card and $15 without an ASB card. The dance will be held at school from 8 to 11 p.m. on Saturday!!

Pictures 

If you took pictures on September 9th your proofs are available in the main office with Ms. D. Any picture proofs not picked by the end of day TODAY will be thrown out.  

AP Testing 2020

This year, registration for AP exams will end on October 4. The exam fee is $115 for regular format exams and $125 for special format (World Language, Music Theory, Studio Art) exams. There will be no late registration and no refunds, so students will need to plan carefully. AP exams will take place from May 4-16, 2020. For more information, visit the AP Exam Information link on the school or district website. 

Calling all FUHSD students!

BAYCO, Bay Area Youth Career Opportunities, and the Fremont Union High Schools Foundation are hosting a Resume Review Workshop on Monday, October 7th at Fremont High School from 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm in room 76. 

Students will be able to learn how to create a winning resume from experts of prestigious companies and will be able to come back for a deeper 1:1 revision for their personal resumes. As well as be able to go through mock interviews led by qualified instructors and employees to practice answering real life interview questions and receive feedback. RSVP link is: https://bit.ly/2luZZJI

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Leo Club First Meeting 

Come to Leo Club’s first meeting of the year in room 114 next Tuesday, October 8, at lunch. We take community service to a personal level, affecting our community, directly rather than indirectly. Leo Club provides leadership, experience, and opportunities, including food and awareness drives, as well as environmental clean ups. There will be pizza.

Oct. 1

General

Homecoming Ticket Sales

Hey Tino! This Saturday will be the Homecoming dance! Tickets will be sold this Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday at lunch in front of room 721 for $5 with an ASB card and $10 without an ASB card. Tickets will also be sold at the door on Saturday for $10 with an ASB card and $15 without an ASB card. The dance will be held at school from 8:00pm – 11:00pm on Saturday!!

Pictures 

If you took pictures on September 9th your proofs are available in the main office with Ms. D.   Any picture proofs not picked by the end of day tomorrow, October 2nd will be thrown out.  

AP Testing 2020

This year, registration for AP exams will be end on October 4th. The exam fee is $115 for regular format exams and $125 for special format (World Language, Music Theory, Studio Art) exams. There will be no late registration and no refunds, so students will need to plan carefully. AP exams will take place from May 4-16, 2020. For more information, visit the AP Exam Information link on the school or district website. 

Calling all FUHSD students!

BAYCO, Bay Area Youth Career Opportunities, and the Fremont Union High Schools Foundation are hosting a Resume Review Workshop on Monday, October 7th at Fremont High School from 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm in room 76. 

Upcoming Event also on the attached flyer at FHS, Room 76, 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm

November 6:  Mock Interview

Students will be able to learn how to create a winning resume from experts of prestigious companies and will be able to come back for a deeper 1:1 revision for their personal resumes. As well as be able to go through mock interviews led by qualified instructors and employees to practice answering real life interview questions and receive feedback. RSVP link is: https://bit.ly/2luZZJI

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Tino Quizbowl Meetings

Are you interested in academic trivia? Strengthening your academic skills in and out of class? Then come to Tino Quizbowl’s meeting tomorrow at lunch in room 103 where you can test your trivia skill and compete within the club. Again, come to Tino Quizbowl today at lunch for some trivia in room 103!

Leo Club First Meeting 

Come to Leo Club’s first meeting of the year in room 114 next Tuesday, October 8th, at lunch. We take community service to a personal level, affecting our community, directly rather than indirectly. Leo Club provides leadership, experience, and opportunities, including food and awareness drives, as well as environmental clean ups. There will be pizza.

September 2019

Sept. 27

GENERAL INFORMATION

Pictures 

If you took pictures on September 9th your proofs are available in the main office with Ms. D.   Any picture proofs not picked by the end of October 2nd will be thrown out.  

AP Testing 2020

This year, registration for AP exams will be from September 16-October 4. The exam fee is $115 for regular format exams and $125 for special format (World Language, Music Theory, Studio Art) exams.There will be no late registration and no refunds, so students will need to plan carefully. AP exams will take place from May 4-16, 2020. For more information, visit the AP Exam Information link on the school or district website. 

Spirit Week

Hey Tino! This week is Spirit Week! Each day we will correlate with each class’ homecoming theme. Today is FUHSD Friday so wear your Tino gear! Make sure to dress up and get ready for homecoming!

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NHS First Meeting

Make sure to come out to National Honor Society’s first meeting this today at lunch in the gym! We will be discussing membership requirements as well as the application process.

Engineering Club Competition Meeting

Engineering Club will be having a meeting today at lunch in room 404. We will be explaining our engineering competitions and how you can be involved. See you there! 

Tino Quizbowl Meetings

Are you interested in academic trivia? Strengthening your academic skills in and out of class? Then come to Tino Quizbowl’s meeting next Tuesday in room 103 where you can test your trivia skills, compete, and get some pizza? Again, come to Tino Quizbowl next Tuesday for some trivia and pizza in room 103!

Leo Club First Meeting 

Come to Leo Club’s first meeting of the year in room 114, Tuesday October 8th, at lunch. We take community service to a personal level, affecting our community, directly rather than indirectly. Leo Club provides leadership, experience, and opportunities, including food and awareness drives, as well as environmental clean ups. There will be pizza. 

Sept. 26

GENERAL INFORMATION

Pictures 

If you took pictures on September 9th your proofs are available in the main office with Ms. D.   Any picture proofs not picked by the end of October 2nd will be thrown out.  

AP Testing 2020

This year, registration for AP exams will be from September 16-October 4. The exam fee is $115 for regular format exams and $125 for special format (World Language, Music Theory, Studio Art) exams. There will be no late registration and no refunds, so students will need to plan carefully. AP exams will take place from May 4-16, 2020. For more information, visit the AP Exam Information link on the school or district website. 

Spirit Week

Hey Tino! This week is Spirit Week! Each day we will correlate with each class’ homecoming theme. Today is Toddler Thursday, so dress up like kid, and Friday is FUHSD Friday so where your Tino gear! Make sure to dress up and get ready for homecoming! 

CLUBS

Go Club Meeting

Hey Tino! Want to learn about the ancient Chinese game of Go which has recently been a hot topic in the field of AI? Come out to Go Club today at lunch in room 407. There will be food! 

NHS First Meeting

Make sure to come out to National Honor Society’s first meeting this tomorrow at lunch in the gym! We will be discussing membership requirements as well as the application process. 

Tino Quizbowl Meetings

Are you interested in academic trivia? Strengthening your academic skills in and out of class? Then come to Tino Quizbowl’s meeting next Tuesday in room 103 where you can test your trivia skills, compete, and get some pizza? Again, come to Tino Quizbowl next Tuesday for some trivia and pizza in room 103!

Sept. 25

GENERAL INFORMATION

AP Testing 2020

This year, registration for AP exams will be from September 16-October 4. The exam fee is $115 for regular format exams and $125 for special format (World Language, Music Theory, Studio Art) exams. There will be no late registration and no refunds, so students will need to plan carefully. AP exams will take place from May 4-16, 2020. For more information, visit the AP Exam Information link on the school or district website. 

Spirit Week

Hey Tino! This week is Spirit Week! Each day we will correlate with each class’ homecoming theme. Today is Wacky Wednesday so dress wacky! Thursday is Toddler Thursday, so dress up like kid, and Friday is FUHSD Friday so where your Tino gear! Make sure to dress up and get ready for homecoming!

Bay Area Youth Career Opportunities

BAYCO, Bay Area Youth Career Opportunities, and the Fremont Union High Schools Foundation are hosting a Resume Review Workshop on Monday, October 7th, at Fremont High School from 4:30pm - 6:30pm in room 76 as well as Mock Interview opportunities on November 6th at Fremont High School from 4:30pm – 6:30pm in room 76.

Students will be able to learn how to create a winning resume from experts of prestigious companies and will be able to come back for a deeper 1:1 revision for their personal resumes. As well as be able to go through mock interviews led by qualified instructors and employees to practice answering real life interview questions and receive feedback.

To RSVP, please visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/bayco-resume-workshop-tickets-72482128999

Hope to see you all there!

CLUBS

National Chinese Honor Society 1st Meeting of the Year

Hey Tino! Are you interested in learning about Chinese culture and festivals? Do you like eating Chinese food and drinking boba? Do you want to earn national recognition by helping in the community? If so, come out to National Chinese Honor Society’s 1st meeting of the year in room 407 today at lunch. There will be food!

Tino STEM Workshop

Hey everyone! Tino STEM will be hosting an ideas workshop for any individuals who are interested in competing in the Synopsis Championship today from 3:30pm-5:30pm in Mr. Steemer’s room, room 506. Along with explaining the process on how to write a proposal, we will also go over the steps to developing a successful project idea. This is a mandatory meeting for anyone who would like to participate in Synopsis and attendance will be taken. We hope to see you all there!

Women’s Empowerment Association First Informational Meeting

Are you passionate about advocating for equality? Do you want to make new friends while exploring different perspectives? If you said yes to any of these questions, then come to Women’s Empowerment Association’s first meeting of the year today at lunch in room 104.

NHS First Meeting

Make sure to come out to National Honor Society’s first meeting this Friday at lunch in the gym! We will be discussing membership requirements as well as the application process.

Tino Quizbowl Meetings

Are you interested in academic trivia? Strengthening your academic skills in and out of class? Then come to Tino Quizbowl’s meeting next Tuesday in room 103 where you can test your trivia skills, compete, and get some pizza? Again, come to Tino Quizbowl next Tuesday for some trivia and pizza in room 103!

Sept. 24

General Information

Spirit Week

Hey Tino! This week is Spirit Week! Each day we will correlate with each class’ homecoming theme. Today is Tourist Tuesday so dress up like tourist. Wednesday is Wacky Wednesday so dress wacky! Thursday is Toddler Thursday, so dress up like kid, and Friday is FUHSD Friday so where your Tino gear! Make sure to dress up and get ready for homecoming!

Bay Area Youth Career Opportunities

BAYCO, Bay Area Youth Career Opportunities, and the Fremont Union High Schools Foundation are hosting a Resume Review Workshop on Monday, October 7th, at Fremont High School from 4:30pm - 6:30pm in room 76 as well as Mock Interview opportunities on November 6th at Fremont High School from 4:30pm – 6:30pm in room 76.

Students will be able to learn how to create a winning resume from experts of prestigious companies and will be able to come back for a deeper 1:1 revision for their personal resumes. As well as be able to go through mock interviews led by qualified instructors and employees to practice answering real life interview questions and receive feedback.

To RSVP, please visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/bayco-resume-workshop-tickets-72482128999

Hope to see you all there!

CLUBS

Footprints Christian Club First Meeting

Hey Tino! Footprints Christian club will be having our first meeting today at lunch in room 202! We will introduce our plans for this coming school year and have pizza and other yummy snacks! We look forward to seeing you there. Everyone is welcome! 

Tino Investors First Meeting

Are you interested in economics, finance, and stock investments? Then, Tino Investors is the club for you! Come out to our first meeting today in room 915, Senorita Schaetzke’s room at lunch.Hope to see you all there. There will be food! 

National Chinese Honor Society 1st Meeting of the Year

Hey Tino! Are you interested in learning about Chinese culture and festivals? Do you like eating Chinese food and drinking boba? Do you want to earn national recognition by helping in the community? If so, come out to National Chinese Honor Society’s 1st meeting of the year in room 407 tomorrow, Wednesday, September 25th, at lunch. There will be food!

Tino STEM Workshop

Hey everyone! Tino STEM will be hosting an ideas workshop for any individuals who are interested in competing in the Synopsis Championship tomorrow from 3:30pm-5:30pm in Mr. Steemer’s room, room 506. Along with explaining the process on how to write a proposal, we will also go over the steps to developing a successful project idea. This is a mandatory meeting for anyone who would like to participate in Synopsis and attendance will be taken. We hope to see you all there!

Women’s Empowerment Association First Informational Meeting

Are you passionate about advocating for equality? Do you want to make new friends while exploring different perspectives? If you said yes to any of these questions, then come to Women’s Empowerment Association’s first meeting of the year tomorrow at lunch in room 104.

Sept. 23

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GSA Club’s Bi and Pan Q&A Panel

Gender Sexuality Alliance Club is holding a Bi and Pan Sexuality Q&A panel today during lunch in room 213. Come and ask questions you may have.

National Chinese Honor Society First Meeting of the Year

Hey Tino! Are you interested in learning about Chinese culture and festivals? Do you like eating Chinese food and drinking boba? Do you want to earn national recognition by helping in the community? If so, come out to National Chinese Honor Society’s 1st meeting of the year in room 407 on Wednesday, September 25, at lunch. There will be food!

Sept. 20

GENERAL INFORMATION

Library News

Admin Tutorial begins this week in the library. The library is CLOSED for printing during Admin tutorial. Plan your printing needs accordingly.

Senior Portraits

SENIORS! October 1st is the last day to get your senior portrait taken if you want to appear with the rest of your graduating class in the 2019-2020 yearbook.  All portraits are done at a private studio called Prestige Portraits, located in San Jose.  Information about scheduling a portrait appointment was sent home to you and your parents in the spring. To schedule an appointment or find out more, call the studio or visit their website, check in with the yearbook adviser, Ms. Stavis, in room 105, or see Ms. Delgadillo in the front office.  A list of not-yet-photographed seniors is posted in Ms. Stavis’ classroom window so you can check on whether you still need to get it done.  Even if you do not want to purchase a photo package, you can and should still sit and take your formal senior portrait in order to be pictured in the yearbook. Again, the deadline to take a studio portrait for the yearbook for all seniors is OCTOBER 1!

CLUBS

Tino Spike’s First Meeting of the Year

Do you like playing volleyball? Do you want to learn to play volleyball? If so, come to Tino Spikes first meeting of the year in Mrs. Schaetzke’s room, 915 today during lunch to learn more about our club and what we do. There will be cookies!

Tino Explore

Join Tino Explore Science Magazine Club to discover your passion for writing, editing, designing, or marketing as part of our science magazine. Meetings will be in classroom 105 on Fridays at lunch. 

GSA Club’s Bi and Pan Q&A Panel

Gender Sexuality Alliance Club is holding a Bi and Pan Sexuality Q&A panel on September 23rd, next Monday, during lunch in room 213. Come and ask questions you may have. 

National Chinese Honor Society 1st Meeting of the Year

Hey Tino! Are you interested in learning about Chinese culture and festivals? Do you like eating Chinese food and drinking boba? Do you want to earn national recognition by helping in the community? If so, come out to National Chinese Honor Society’s 1st meeting of the year in room 407 on Wednesday, September 25th, at lunch. There will be food!

Sept. 19

GENERAL INFORMATION

FUHSD 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. 

Library News

Admin Tutorial begins this week in the library. The library is CLOSED for printing during Admin tutorial. Plan your printing needs accordingly.

Senior Portraits

SENIORS! October 1st is the last day to get your senior portrait taken if you want to appear with the rest of your graduating class in the 2019-2020 yearbook.  All portraits are done at a private studio called Prestige Portraits, located in San Jose.  Information about scheduling a portrait appointment was sent home to you and your parents in the spring. To schedule an appointment or find out more, call the studio or visit their website, check in with the yearbook adviser, Ms. Stavis, in room 105, or see Ms. Delgadillo in the front office.  A list of not-yet-photographed seniors is posted in Ms. Stavis’ classroom window so you can check on whether you still need to get it done.  Even if you do not want to purchase a photo package, you can and should still sit and take your formal senior portrait in order to be pictured in the yearbook. Again, the deadline to take a studio portrait for the yearbook for all seniors is OCTOBER 1!

CLUBS

Join JTASA Meeting

The Junior Taiwanese American Student Association will be having their first meeting of the year at lunch today. Make sure to come out to room 912 for some snacks and a chance to get bubble tea! You do not have to be Taiwanese to join!

Tino Spike’s First Meeting of the Year

Do you like playing volleyball? Do you want to learn to play volleyball? If so, come to Tino Spikes first meeting of the year in Mrs. Schaetzke’s room, 915 tomorrow during lunch to learn more about our club and what we do. There will be cookies!

Tino Explore

Join Tino Explore Science Magazine Club to discover your passion for writing, editing, designing, or marketing as part of our science magazine. Meetings will be in classroom 105 on Fridays at lunch. 

GSA Club’s Bi and Pan Q&A Panel

Gender Sexuality Alliance Club is holding a Bi and Pan Sexuality Q&A panel on September 23rd, next Monday, during lunch in room 213. Come and ask questions you may have.

National Chinese Honor Society 1st Meeting of the Year

Hey Tino! Are you interested in learning about Chinese culture and festivals? Do you like eating Chinese food and drinking boba? Do you want to earn national recognition by helping in the community? If so, come out to National Chinese Honor Society’s

Sept. 18

GENERAL INFORMATION

Library News

Admin Tutorial begins this week in the library. The library is CLOSED for printing during Admin tutorial. Plan your printing needs accordingly.

Homecoming Court Nominations

Hey Tino! Every year, 2 people from each class are chosen to represent their class as a part of the Homecoming Court. Each student has the opportunity to nominate 2 students from their class who they feel embody “the spirit of Cupertino”. Find the link for the first round of voting on Facebook or Schoolloop. Voting ends TODAY! Make this a great Homecoming Tino!

Senior Portraits

SENIORS! October 1st is the last day to get your senior portrait taken if you want to appear with the rest of your graduating class in the 2019-2020 yearbook.  All portraits are done at a private studio called Prestige Portraits, located in San Jose.  Information about scheduling a portrait appointment was sent home to you and your parents in the spring. To schedule an appointment or find out more, call the studio or visit their website, check in with the yearbook adviser, Ms. Stavis, in room 105, or see Ms. Delgadillo in the front office.  A list of not-yet-photographed seniors is posted in Ms. Stavis’ classroom window so you can check on whether you still need to get it done.  Even if you do not want to purchase a photo package, you can and should still sit and take your formal senior portrait in order to be pictured in the yearbook. Again, the deadline to take a studio portrait for the yearbook for all seniors is OCTOBER 1!

Class of 2022 Frozen Treats Fundraiser

Hey Tino! Looking for a delicious, tasty, nice, refreshing, delectable, delightful, sweet frozen treat? Then come out to the quad today after school to buy 2022’s popsicles and ice cream sandwiches! Popsicles are $1 and ice cream sandwiches are $1.50. 

CLUBS

Tino Poetry Club’s First Meeting

Come out to Tino Poetry Club’s informational meeting tomorrow, September 19th. It will be held in Mrs. Hazeghi’s room, room 107, during lunch. We will be talking about our projects planned for this year as well as discussing how you can contribute to our yearly anthology! We will also be doing a fun activity! Don’t miss out. Hope to see you there!

International Club First Meeting

Hey cultural enthusiasts!   Which city has the largest population in the world? Shanghai, China with 24.1 people!  None of the top 10 highest populated cities are in the United States.  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 today during lunch in Ms. Keifer’s room, room 317!

Join Tino Filmmaking Club

Are you interested in learning how to make film or enhancing your filmmaking skills? Then come to Tino’s Filmmaking Club’s first meeting today in room 110. This year we will mainly be focusing on making films, entering festivals, and doing 2 hour filmmaking challenges. If you’re interested, don’t forget today in room 110 and bring your fiends!

Chinese Club Mid-Autumn Festival Moon Cake Testing

Chinese Club is hosting a moon cake tasting in celebration of the Mid-Autumn Festival! Moon cakes are a delicious traditional Chinese pastry that are typically eaten with tea. If you’ve ever had one, then you know that this is an event you don’t want to miss! Come down to room 6101 in the new wing today for free moon cakes. See you there!

Psychology Club

Come out to Psyschology Club’s first meeting today in room 6228 to learn about mental health issues and participate in a wide range of fun activities. There will be food.

Join JTASA Meeting

The Junior Taiwanese American Student Association will be having their first meeting of the year at lunch tomorrow. Make sure to come out to room 912 for some snacks and a chance to get bubble tea! You do not have to be Taiwanese to join!

Tino Spike’s First Meeting of the Year

Do you like playing volleyball? Do you want to learn to play volleyball? If so, come to Tino Spikes first meeting of the year in Mrs. Schaetzke’s room, 915, this Friday during lunch to learn more about our club and what we do. There will be cookies!

GSA Club’s Bi and Pan Q&A Panel

Gender Sexuality Alliance Club is holding a Bi and Pan Sexuality Q&A panel on September 23rd, next Monday, during lunch in room 213. Come and ask questions you may have.

Sept. 17

GENERAL INFORMATION

Library News

Admin Tutorial begins this week in the library. The library is CLOSED for printing during Admin tutorial. Plan your printing needs accordingly.

Homecoming Court Nominations

Hey Tino! Every year, 2 people from each class are chosen to represent their class as a part of the Homecoming Court. Each student has the opportunity to nominate 2 students from their class who they feel embody “the spirit of Cupertino”. Find the link for the first round of voting on Facebook or Schoolloop. Voting will end tomorrow! Make this a great Homecoming Tino!

Senior Portraits

SENIORS! October 1st is the last day to get your senior portrait taken if you want to appear with the rest of your graduating class in the 2019-2020 yearbook.  All portraits are done at a private studio called Prestige Portraits, located in San Jose.  Information about scheduling a portrait appointment was sent home to you and your parents in the spring. To schedule an appointment or find out more, call the studio or visit their website, check in with the yearbook adviser, Ms. Stavis, in room 105, or see Ms. Delgadillo in the front office.  A list of not-yet-photographed seniors is posted in Ms. Stavis’ classroom window so you can check on whether you still need to get it done.  Even if you do not want to purchase a photo package, you can and should still sit and take your formal senior portrait in order to be pictured in the yearbook. Again, the deadline to take a studio portrait for the yearbook for all seniors is OCTOBER 1!

Class of 2022 Frozen Treats Fundraiser

Hey Tino! Looking for a delicious, tasty, nice, refreshing, delectable, delightful, sweet frozen treat? Then come out to the quad tomorrow after school to buy 2022’s popsicles and ice cream sandwiches! Popsicles are $1 and ice cream sandwiches are $1.50. 

CLUBS

Cupertino Science Society First Meeting

Are you planning on having a career in the STEM field? Are you interested in participating in any of the three prestigious science olympiads? And most importantly, do you like food? If your answers to any of these questions are yes, then come out to Cupertino Science Society’s first meeting today at lunch in Ms. Woo’s room 413. Cupertino Science Society is a club which focuses on preparing students to participate in any of the science olympiads and we are the only club on campus to offer training in these areas. So come on out to learn more information about our club and how you can become an active member!

International Club First Meeting

Hey cultural enthusiasts!   Do you know how many languages are spoken worldwide? 6,500 languages!  Are you interested in learning more about different cultures? Or tutoring ELD students?  If so, come to International Club’s first meeting tomorrow in Room 317 at lunch.

Join Tino Filmmaking Club

Are you interested in learning how to make film or enhancing your filmmaking skills? Then come to Tino’s Filmmaking Club’s first meeting tomorrow in room 110. This year we will mainly be focusing on making films, entering festivals, and doing 2 hour filmmaking challenges. If you’re interested, don’t forget, tomorrow in room 110 and bring your fiends!

Chinese Club Mid-Autumn Festival Moon Cake Testing

Chinese Club is hosting a moon cake tasting in celebration of the Mid-Autumn Festival! Moon cakes are a delicious traditional Chinese pastry that are typically eaten with tea. If you’ve ever had one, then you know that this is an event you don’t want to miss! Come down to room 6101 in the new wing tomorrow for free moon cakes. See you there!

Psychology Club

Come out to Psyschology Club’s first meeting tomorrow in room 6228 to learn about mental health issues and participate in a wide range of fun activities. There will be food.

Join JTASA Meeting

The Junior Taiwanese American Student Association will be having their first meeting of the year at lunch on Thursday, September 19. Make sure to come out to room 912 for some snacks and a chance to get bubble tea! You do not have to be Taiwanese to join!

Tino Spike’s First Meeting of the Year

Do you like playing volleyball? Do you want to learn to play volleyball? If so, come to Tino Spikes first meeting of the year in Mrs. Schaetzke’s room, 915, this Friday during lunch to learn more about our club and what we do. There will be cookies!

GSA Club’s Bi and Pan Q&A Panel

Gender Sexuality Alliance Club is holding a Bi and Pan Sexuality Q&A panel on September 23, next Monday, during lunch in room 213. Come and ask questions you may have.

Sept. 16

GENERAL INFORMATION

Library News

Admin Tutorial begins this week in the library. The library is CLOSED for printing during Admin tutorial. Plan your printing needs accordingly.

Homecoming Court Nominations

Hey Tino! Every year, 2 people from each class are chosen to represent their class as a part of the Homecoming Court. Each student has the opportunity to nominate 2 students from their class who they feel embody “the spirit of Cupertino”. Find the link for the first round of voting on Facebook or Schoolloop. Voting will run from today until next Wednesday, the 18. Make this a great Homecoming Tino!

AP Testing 2020

This year, registration for AP exams will be from September 16-October 4. The exam fee is $115 for regular format exams and $125 for special format (World Language, Music Theory, Studio Art) exams. There will be no late registration and no refunds, so students will need to plan carefully. AP exams will take place from May 4-16, 2020. For more information, visit the AP Exam Information link on the school or district website.

Senior Portraits

SENIORS! October 1st is the last day to get your senior portrait taken if you want to appear with the rest of your graduating class in the 2019-2020 yearbook.  All portraits are done at a private studio called Prestige Portraits, located in San Jose.  Information about scheduling a portrait appointment was sent home to you and your parents in the spring. To schedule an appointment or find out more, call the studio or visit their website, check in with the yearbook adviser, Ms. Stavis, in room 105, or see Ms. Delgadillo in the front office.  A list of not-yet-photographed seniors is posted in Ms. Stavis’ classroom window so you can check on whether you still need to get it done.  Even if you do not want to purchase a photo package, you can and should still sit and take your formal senior portrait in order to be pictured in the yearbook. Again, the deadline to take a studio portrait for the yearbook for all seniors is OCTOBER 1!

Class of 2022 Frozen Treats Fundraiser

Hey Tino! Looking for a delicious, tasty, nice, refreshing, delectable, delightful, sweet frozen treat? Then come out to the quad on Wednesday after school to buy 2022’s popsicles and ice cream sandwiches! Popsicles are $1 and ice cream sandwiches are $1.50. 

CLUBS

National Math Honors Society First Meeting

Do you enjoy math-related activities? Want scholarship or volunteer opportunities? Then come to room 411 today at lunch to sign up for the National Math Honors Society and become a Mu Alpha Theta member. There will be food! 

Cupertino Science Society First Meeting

Are you planning on having a career in the STEM field? Are you interested in participating in any of the three prestigious science olympiads? And most importantly, do you like food? If your answers to any of these questions are yes, then come out to Cupertino Science Society’s first meeting tomorrow at lunch in Ms. Woo’s room 413. Cupertino Science Society is a club which focuses on preparing students to participate in any of the science olympiads and we are the only club on campus to offer training in these areas. So come on out to learn more information about our club and how you can become an active member!

Join Tino Filmmaking Club

Are you interested in learning how to make film or enhancing your filmmaking skills? Then come to Tino’s Filmmaking Club’s first meeting on Wednesday, September 18th in room 110. This year we will mainly be focusing on making films, entering festivals, and doing 2 hour filmmaking challenges. If you’re interested, don’t forget, September 18th in room 110 and bring your fiends!

Chinese Club Mid-Autumn Festival Moon Cake Testing

Chinese Club is hosting a moon cake tasting in celebration of the Mid-Autumn Festival! Moon cakes are a delicious traditional Chinese pastry that are typically eaten with tea. If you’ve ever had one, then you know that this is an event you don’t want to miss! Come down to room 6101 in the new wing on Wednesday for free moon cakes. See you there!

Psychology Club

Come out to Psyschology Club’s first meeting on Wednesday, September 18th, in room 6228 to learn about mental health issues and participate in a wide range of fun activities. There will be food.

Join JTASA Meeting

The Junior Taiwanese American Student Association will be having their first meeting of the year at lunch on Thursday, September 19th. Make sure to come out to room 912 for some snacks and a chance to get bubble tea! You do not have to be Taiwanese to join!

Tino Spike’s First Meeting of the Year

Do you like playing volleyball? Do you want to learn to play volleyball? If so, come to Tino Spikes first meeting of the year in Mrs. Schaetzke’s room, 915, this Friday during lunch to learn more about our club and what we do. There will be cookies!

GSA Club’s Bi and Pan Q&A Panel

Gender Sexuality Alliance Club is holding a Bi and Pan Sexuality Q&A panel on September 23rd, next Monday, during lunch in room 213. Come and ask questions you may have.

Sept. 13

GENERAL INFORMATION

Homecoming Court Nominations

Hey Tino! Every year, 2 people from each class are chosen to represent their class as a part of the Homecoming Court. Each student has the opportunity to nominate 2 students from their class who they feel embody “the spirit of Cupertino”. Find the link for the first round of voting on Facebook or Schoolloop. Voting will run from today until next Wednesday, the 18th. Make this a great Homecoming Tino!

Attention All Students!

All athletic events will now have no “in and out” privileges. Once you are in the game, you may not leave and re-enter!

AP Testing 2020

This year, registration for AP exams will be from September 16-October 4. The exam fee is $115 for regular format exams and $125 for special format (World Language, Music Theory, Studio Art) exams. There will be no late registration and no refunds, so students will need to plan carefully. AP exams will take place from May 4-16, 2020. For more information, visit the AP Exam Information link on the school or district website. 

Senior Portraits

SENIORS! October 1st is the last day to get your senior portrait taken if you want to appear with the rest of your graduating class in the 2019-2020 yearbook.  All portraits are done at a private studio called Prestige Portraits, located in San Jose.  Information about scheduling a portrait appointment was sent home to you and your parents in the spring. To schedule an appointment or find out more, call the studio or visit their website, check in with the yearbook adviser, Ms. Stavis, in room 105, or see Ms. Delgadillo in the front office.  A list of not-yet-photographed seniors is posted in Ms. Stavis’ classroom window so you can check on whether you still need to get it done.  Even if you do not want to purchase a photo package, you can and should still sit and take your formal senior portrait in order to be pictured in the yearbook. Again, the deadline to take a studio portrait for the yearbook for all seniors is OCTOBER 1!

Class of 2022 Frozen Treats Fundraiser

Hey Tino! Looking for a delicious, tasty, nice, refreshing, delectable, delightful, sweet frozen treat? Then come out to the quad next Wednesday after school to buy 2022’s popsicles and ice cream sandwiches! Popsicles are $1 and ice cream sandwiches are $1.50.

CLUBS

Engineering Club First Meeting

The Cupertino Engineering Club is having our first meeting of the year today at lunch in room 404. If you are interested in competitions, networking, and gaining exposure to the various fields in engineering, Cupertino Engineering is the club for you! There will be donuts! 

Cupertino Robotics First Meeting

Are you interested in Engineering? Want to build robots, do public relations, outreach, or web? Come out to Cupertino Robotics first meeting today at lunch in room 6105 to find out more!

Friends for the Philippines Interest Meeting

Are you interested in medicine? Do you like volunteering and giving back to those in need? Then you should apply for Friends for the Philippines! It’s a one month medical mission through ABC’s for Global Health and Stanford Medicine. Work with doctors and medical students to provide health care and treatment to Filipino villages. Learn how to apply for this outstanding summer program at lunch today in room 6221. There will be popsicles!

Unicef First Meeting

Be sure to come out to Tino Uicef’s first meeting in room 6222 at lunch today. We will be going over our club’s morals and different opportunities we have to present. There will be food!

Women in Tech’s First Meeting

Hey Tino! Interested in connecting with female computer scientists from companies such as Microsoft, Palantir, and Oracle? Come out to room 312, Mr. Ferrante’s room today at lunch to learn about the different opportunities the Women in Tech club can offer you! There will be cookies! 

Tabletop Games Info Meeting

Hey Tino! Do you like board games? Do you like pizza? If you said yes to any of these questions, then come out to Tino Tabletop Games today in the Guided Studies room, room 1214 in the library at lunch.

National Math Honors Society First Meeting

Do you enjoy math-related activities? Want scholarship or volunteer opportunities? Then come to room 411 on Monday, September 16th, at lunch to sign up for the National Math Honors Society and become a Mu Alpha Theta member. There will be food! 

Cupertino Science Society First Meeting

Are you planning on having a career in the STEM field? Are you interested in participating in any of the three prestigious science olympiads? And most importantly, do you like food? If your answers to any of these questions are yes, then come out to Cupertino Science Society’s first meeting next week on Tuesday, September 17th, at lunch in Ms. Woo’s room 413. Cupertino Science Society is a club which focuses on preparing students to participate in any of the science olympiads and we are the only club on campus to offer training in these areas. So come on out to learn more information about our club and how you can become an active member!

Join Tino Filmmaking Club

Are you interested in learning how to make film or enhancing your filmmaking skills? Then come to Tino’s Filmmaking Club’s first meeting on Wednesday, September 18 in room 110. This year we will mainly be focusing on making films, entering festivals, and doing 2 hour filmmaking challenges. If you’re interested, don’t forget, September 18 in room 110 and bring your fiends!

Join JTASA Meeting

The Junior Taiwanese American Student Association will be having their first meeting of the year at lunch on Thursday, September 19. Make sure to come out to room 912 for some snacks and a chance to get bubble tea! You do not have to be Taiwanese to join!

Sept. 12

GENERAL INFORMATION

Attention All Students!

All athletic events will now have no “in and out” privileges. Once you are in the game, you may not leave and re-enter!

AP Testing 2020

This year, registration for AP exams will be from September 16-October 4. The exam fee is $115 for regular format exams and $125 for special format (World Language, Music Theory, Studio Art) exams. There will be no late registration and no refunds, so students will need to plan carefully. AP exams will take place from May 4-16, 2020. For more information, visit the AP Exam Information link on the school or district website. 

Senior Portraits

SENIORS! October 1st is the last day to get your senior portrait taken if you want to appear with the rest of your graduating class in the 2019-2020 yearbook.  All portraits are done at a private studio called Prestige Portraits, located in San Jose.  Information about scheduling a portrait appointment was sent home to you and your parents in the spring. To schedule an appointment or find out more, call the studio or visit their website, check in with the yearbook adviser, Ms. Stavis, in room 105, or see Ms. Delgadillo in the front office.  A list of not-yet-photographed seniors is posted in Ms. Stavis’ classroom window so you can check on whether you still need to get it done.  Even if you do not want to purchase a photo package, you can and should still sit and take your formal senior portrait in order to be pictured in the yearbook. Again, the deadline to take a studio portrait for the yearbook for all seniors is OCTOBER 1st!

Class of 2022 Frozen Treats Fundraiser

Hey Tino! Looking for a delicious, tasty, nice, refreshing, delectable, delightful, sweet frozen treat? Then come out to the quad next Wednesday after school to buy 2022’s popsicles and ice cream sandwiches! Popsicles are $1 and ice cream sandwiches are $1.50. 

CLUBS

Go Club First Meeting

Hey Tino! Want to learn more about an ancient strategic board game? If so, come out to Go Club today at lunch in room 407. There will be pizza!

FBLA First Meeting of the Year

Are you interested in business, technology, volunteering, or design? Do you want to travel across the country with your friends and compete to earn national recognition and prize money? Cupertino FBLA is one of the most successful chapters in the nation and one of the largest clubs at CHS with 250+ members. Come out to our first meeting during lunch today in the theater to learn more! There will be donuts and other goodies! Remember, there is NO food allowed inside the theater. All food must be consumed OUTSIDE the theater before or after the meeting, including the donuts and goodies provided by FBLA!

Cupertino Robotics First Meeting

Are you interested in Engineering? Want to build robots, do public relations, outreach, or web? Come out to Cupertino Robotics first meeting tomorrow at lunch in room 6105 to find out more!

Friends for the Philippines Interest Meeting

Are you interested in medicine? Do you like volunteering and giving back to those in need? Then you should apply for Friends for the Philippines! It’s a one month medical mission through ABC’s for Global Health and Stanford Medicine. Work with doctors and medical students to provide health care and treatment to Filipino villages. Learn how to apply for this outstanding summer program at lunch tomorrow in room 6221. There will be popsicles!

Unicef First Meeting

Be sure to come out to Tino Uicef’s first meeting in room 6222 at lunch tomorrow. We will be going over our club’s morals and different opportunities we have to present. There will be food!

Women in Tech’s First Meeting

Hey Tino! Interested in connecting with female computer scientists from companies such as Microsoft, Palantir, and Oracle? Come out to room 312, Mr. Ferrante’s room tomorrow at lunch to learn about the different opportunities the Women in Tech club can offer you! There will be cookies! 

Tabletop Games Info Meeting

Hey Tino! Do you like board games? Do you like pizza? If you said yes to any of these questions, then come out to Tino Tabletop Games tomorrow in the Guided Studies room, room 1214 in the library at lunch.

Cupertino Science Society First Meeting

Are you planning on having a career in the STEM field? Are you interested in participating in any of the three prestigious science olympiads? And most importantly, do you like food? If your answers to any of these questions are yes, then come out to Cupertino Science Society’s first meeting next week on Tuesday, September 17th, at lunch in Ms. Woo’s room 413. Cupertino Science Society is a club which focuses on preparing students to participate in any of the science olympiads and we are the only club on campus to offer training in these areas. So come on out to learn more information about our club and how you can become an active member!

National Math Honors Society First Meeting

Do you enjoy math-related activities? Want scholarship or volunteer opportunities? Then come to room 411 on Monday, September 16th, at lunch to sign up for the National Math Honors Society and become a Mu Alpha Theta member. There will be food!

Sept. 11

GENERAL INFORMATION

Attention All Students!

All athletic events will now have no “in and out” privileges. Once you are in the game, you may not leave and re-enter!

AP Testing 2020

This year, registration for AP exams will be from September 16-October 4. The exam fee is $115 for regular format exams and $125 for special format (World Language, Music Theory, Studio Art) exams. There will be no late registration and no refunds, so students will need to plan carefully. AP exams will take place from May 4-16, 2020. For more information, visit the AP Exam Information link on the school or district website. 

Senior Portraits

SENIORS! October 1st is the last day to get your senior portrait taken if you want to appear with the rest of your graduating class in the 2019-2020 yearbook.  All portraits are done at a private studio called Prestige Portraits, located in San Jose.  Information about scheduling a portrait appointment was sent home to you and your parents in the spring. To schedule an appointment or find out more, call the studio or visit their website, check in with the yearbook adviser, Ms. Stavis, in room 105, or see Ms. Delgadillo in the front office.  A list of not-yet-photographed seniors is posted in Ms. Stavis’ classroom window so you can check on whether you still need to get it done.  Even if you do not want to purchase a photo package, you can and should still sit and take your formal senior portrait in order to be pictured in the yearbook. Again, the deadline to take a studio portrait for the yearbook for all seniors is OCTOBER 1st!

CLUBS

Aviation and Rocketry Club First Meeting

Interested in Physics? Interested in launching things into the air? If you answered yes to any of those questions, Cupertino’s Aviation and Rocketry Club is the club for you! The Aviation and Rocketry Club is having its first meeting today! Come on down to room 506 for a fun-filled year, including rocket launches, drones, and airplanes!

KASA First Meeting

Hey Tino! Do you like kpop? Are you interested in learning Korean culture? Then KASA is the right club for you! KASA is a Korean American Student Association club where you can learn Korean culture while having fun. Our first meeting is today in room 413. There will be food! You don’t have to be Korean to join. Hope to see you there!

Spanish Honor Society First Meeting

Spanish Honor Society is having its first meeting today in room 409, Ms. Aguilar’s class. If you want to join a community of scholarly Spanish students who want to learn more about Spanish culture while volunteering and competing at the national level, join Spanish Honor Society. Freshmen are welcome!

Tinovation First Meeting

Tinovation is Cupertino High School’s largest programming club where you’ll be able to build apps, websites, and artificial intelligence projects in a tech startup environment. You’ll also be able to tour companies, gain internship opportunities, work on a club-wide project, and more! Come out to the Tinovation first meeting today during lunch in Mr. Ferrante’s room 312! There will be food!

Music Club’s First Meeting!

Hey Tino! Are you interested in performing music for others? Do you play any instruments, enjoy singing, or otherwise like music in any way? Then come out to Music Club’s first meeting today in room 911 for our first info meeting! Volunteering and performance opportunities as well as other logistics will be introduced and discussed.

Tino Chess Club First Meeting

Hey Tino! Do you play chess? Do you want to learn? Are you interested in competing? Come out to Tino Chess Club’s first meeting today in room 7103. There will be pizza!

Go Club First Meeting

Hey Tino! Want to learn more about an ancient strategic board game? If so, come out to Go Club tomorrow at lunch in room 407. There will be pizza!

FBLA First Meeting of the Year

Are you interested in business, technology, volunteering, or design? Do you want to travel across the country with your friends and compete to earn national recognition and prize money? Cupertino FBLA is one of the most successful chapters in the nation and one of the largest clubs at CHS with 250+ members. Come out to our first meeting during lunch tomorrow in the theater to learn more! There will be donuts and other goodies! Remember, there is NO food allowed inside the theater. All food must be consumed OUTSIDE the theater before or after the meeting, including the donuts and goodies provided by FBLA!

Cupertino Robotics First Meeting

Are you interested in Engineering? Want to build robots, do public relations, outreach, or web? Come out to Cupertino Robotics first meeting this Friday at lunch in room 6105 to find out more!

Friends for the Philippines Interest Meeting

Are you interested in medicine? Do you like volunteering and giving back to those in need? Then you should apply for Friends for the Philippines! It’s a one month medical mission through ABC’s for Global Health and Stanford Medicine. Work with doctors and medical students to provide health care and treatment to Filipino villages. Learn how to apply for this outstanding summer program at lunch on Friday in room 6221. There will be popsicles!

Unicef First Meeting

Be sure to come out to Tino Uicef’s first meeting in room 6222 at lunch this Friday. We will be going over our club’s morals and different opportunities we have to present. There will be food!

National Math Honors Society First Meeting

Do you enjoy math-related activities? Want scholarship or volunteer opportunities? Then come to room 411 on Monday, September 16th, at lunch to sign up for the National Math Honors Society and become a Mu Alpha Theta member. There will be food! 

Women in Tech’s First Meeting

Hey Tino! Interested in connecting with female computer scientists from companies such as Microsoft, Palantir, and Oracle? Come out to room 312, Mr. Ferrante’s room, this Friday at lunch to learn about the different opportunities the Women in Tech club can offer you! There will be cookies! 

Tabletop Games Info Meeting

Hey Tino! Do you like board games? Do you like pizza? If you said yes to any of these questions, then come out to Tino Tabletop Games on Friday the 13th in the Guided Studies room, room 1214 in the library at lunch. 

Cupertino Science Society First Meeting

Are you planning on having a career in the STEM field? Are you interested in participating in any of the three prestigious science olympiads? And most importantly, do you like food? If your answers to any of these questions are yes, then come out to Cupertino Science Society’s first meeting next week on Tuesday, September 17th, at lunch in Ms. Woo’s room 413. Cupertino Science Society is a club which focuses on preparing students to participate in any of the science olympiads and we are the only club on campus to offer training in these areas. So come on out to learn more information about our club and how you can become an active member.

Sept. 10

GENERAL INFORMATION

AP Testing 2020

This year, registration for AP exams will be from September 16-October 4. The exam fee is $115 for regular format exams and $125 for special format (World Language, Music Theory, Studio Art) exams. There will be no late registration and no refunds, so students will need to plan carefully. AP exams will take place from May 4-16, 2020. For more information, visit the AP Exam Information link on the school or district website. 

Library News

Calling all Poets … Schola Cantorum is offering students in grades 9-12 an opportunity to hear their poem turned into a musical composition that will be sung by a choir of 75 voices. The theme is “California’s Natural Beauty”. Entries must be submitted by September 27th. Additional information in the library.

Health and Wellness Update: If you haven’t already, stop by the library and checkout the Wellness Corner. A good place to unwind.

September is Suicide Prevention Month. Work to shift the conversation from suicide to suicide prevention.

“If someone listens or stretches out a hand, or whispers a word of encouragement, or attempts to understand, Extraordinary things begin to happen.”  Loretta Girzartis

SSTEM Program for Students 
Twice each year, Stanford medical students and the Santa Clara County Medical Association host SSTEM—a free program that introduces Santa Clara County high school students to careers in medicine through hands-on teaching and lectures from local physicians. Their fall session this year will be held on October 19, October 26, and November 2, with the application due October 5. They would like to invite any students who are interested in the program to apply. The application itself can be accessed at  https://forms.gle/b9Ndv1u1YZvaJMUm7. More information about the program can be found at https://stemprogram.wordpress.com/. Questions? Contact sstemprogram@gmail.com. Good luck!

Senior Portraits

SENIORS! October 1st is the last day to get your senior portrait taken if you want to appear with the rest of your graduating class in the 2019-2020 yearbook.  All portraits are done at a private studio called Prestige Portraits, located in San Jose.  Information about scheduling a portrait appointment was sent home to you and your parents in the spring. To schedule an appointment or find out more, call the studio or visit their website, check in with the yearbook adviser, Ms. Stavis, in room 105, or see Ms. Delgadillo in the front office.  A list of not-yet-photographed seniors is posted in Ms. Stavis’ classroom window so you can check on whether you still need to get it done.  Even if you do not want to purchase a photo package, you can and should still sit and take your formal senior portrait in order to be pictured in the yearbook. Again, the deadline to take a studio portrait for the yearbook for all seniors is OCTOBER 1!

CLUBS

Come out for the French Honor Society’s Info Meeting!

Are you in French 3 or above this year and want to learn more about French culture? Come out to the French Honor Society’s informational meeting today. Learn about the honor society and all of our fun events throughout the year, including fondue day and a movie night. French 3 students or above can join. See you there! 

Tino Photography Club Info Meeting

Attention Photographers! Are you looking to develop or practice your photography skills in a fun, hands-on learning environment? Then come to Photography Club’s informational meeting today at lunch in room 203. No experience is needed! 

Environmental Club Informational Meeting

Do you want to help making our community more environmentally sustainable and aware? Do you want to work on initiatives with the Cupertino Sustainability Commission, the Youth Climate Action Team, City Council, and our school? Environmental advocacy is relevant for all modern public and private sectors. Come to Environmental Club’s informational meeting today in room 7103 at lunch to learn more!

KASA First Meeting

Hey Tino! Do you like kpop? Are you interested in learning Korean culture? Then KASA is the right club for you! KASA is a Korean American Student Association club where you can learn Korean culture while having fun. Our first meeting is this Wednesday, September 11th, in room 413. There will be food! You don’t have to be Korean to join. Hope to see you there!

Spanish Honor Society First Meeting

Spanish Honor Society is having its first meeting this Wednesday, September 11th in room 409, Ms. Aguilar’s class. If you want to join a community of scholarly Spanish students who want to learn more about Spanish culture while volunteering and competing at the national level, join Spanish Honor Society. Freshmen are welcome!

Tinovation First Meeting

Tinovation is Cupertino High School’s largest programming club where you’ll be able to build apps, websites, and artificial intelligence projects in a tech startup environment. You’ll also be able to tour companies, gain internship opportunities, work on a club-wide project, and more! Come out to the Tinovation first meeting on Wednesday, September 11th, during lunch in Mr. Ferrante’s room 312! There will be food!

Music Club’s First Meeting!

Hey Tino! Are you interested in performing music for others? Do you play any instruments, enjoy singing, or otherwise like music in any way? Then come out to Music Club’s first meeting on Wednesday in room 911 for our first info meeting! Volunteering and performance opportunities as well as other logistics will be introduced and discussed. Will be there food? Come and find out on Wednesday in room 911 at lunch!

Tino Chess Club First Meeting

Hey Tino! Do you play chess? Do you want to learn? Are you interested in competing? Come out to Tino Chess Club’s first meeting on Wednesday, September 11th, in room 7103. There will be pizza!

FBLA First Meeting of the Year

Are you interested in business, technology, volunteering, or design? Do you want to travel across the country with your friends and compete to earn national recognition and prize money? Cupertino FBLA is one of the most successful chapters in the nation and one of the largest clubs at CHS with 250+ members. Come out to our first meeting during lunch next Thursday, September 12th, in the theater to learn more! There will be donuts and other goodies! Remember, there is NO food allowed inside the theater. All food must be consumed OUTSIDE the theater before or after the meeting, including the donuts and goodies provided by FBLA!

Unicef First Meeting

Be sure to come out to Tino Uicef’s first meeting in room 6222 at lunch this Friday. We will be going over our club’s morals and different opportunities we have to present. There will be food!

National Math Honors Society First Meeting

Do you enjoy math-related activities? Want scholarship or volunteer opportunities? Then come to room 411 on Monday, September 16th, at lunch to sign up for the National Math Honors Society and become a Mu Alpha Theta member. There will be food! 

Women in Tech’s First Meeting

Hey Tino! Interested in connecting with female computer scientists from companies such as Microsoft, Palantir, and Oracle? Come out to room 312, Mr. Ferrante’s room, this Friday at lunch to learn about the different opportunities the Women in Tech club can offer you! There will be cookies! 

Tabletop Games Info Meeting

Hey Tino! Do you like board games? Do you like pizza? If you said yes to any of these questions, then come out to Tino Tabletop Games on Friday the 13th in the Guided Studies room, room 1214 in the library at lunch.

Sept. 9

GENERAL INFORMATION

Library News

Calling all Poets … Schola Cantorum is offering students in grades 9-12 an opportunity to hear their poem turned into a musical composition that will be sung by a choir of 75 voices. The theme is “California’s Natural Beauty”. Entries must be submitted by September 27th. Additional information in the library.

Health and Wellness Update: If you haven’t already, stop by the library and checkout the Wellness Corner. A good place to unwind.

September is Suicide Prevention Month. Work to shift the conversation from suicide to suicide prevention.

“If someone listens or stretches out a hand, or whispers a word of encouragement, or attempts to understand, Extraordinary things begin to happen.”  Loretta Girzartis

Senior Portraits

SENIORS! October 1st is the last day to get your senior portrait taken if you want to appear with the rest of your graduating class in the 2019-2020 yearbook.  All portraits are done at a private studio called Prestige Portraits, located in San Jose.  Information about scheduling a portrait appointment was sent home to you and your parents in the spring. To schedule an appointment or find out more, call the studio or visit their website, check in with the yearbook adviser, Ms. Stavis, in room 105, or see Ms. Delgadillo in the front office.  A list of not-yet-photographed seniors is posted in Ms. Stavis’ classroom window so you can check on whether you still need to get it done.  Even if you do not want to purchase a photo package, you can and should still sit and take your formal senior portrait in order to be pictured in the yearbook. Again, the deadline to take a studio portrait for the yearbook for all seniors is OCTOBER 1!

Make Up School Photos & ID Cards

LifeTouch photographers are here today from 7:30am to 3:30pm in the Wagon Wheel for anyone who missed their photo opportunity at Pioneer Day. You will also get your ID card at this time. If you are interested in purchasing an ASB card, please see Ms. Balga in the ASB Office before you take your photo.

Office TA Needed!

Mrs. Orozco in the main office is looking for a TA for period 2. If you would like to earn elective credits and do not have a class period 2, please stop by the office and see Mrs. Orozco at the attendance desk!

Cupertino 5K Bonding

HELLO 2021!!! On September 29th, at 7:30 am, 2021 is participating in the Stevens Creek Trailblazer Race at Shoreline Park! Our goal is to get as many 2021 students out there as possible to create an amazing bonding experience for the class, but everyone is welcome! Each of you will have to pay $12.50 for the race, but this includes a free shirt, refreshments, and activities at the event! 

Pick up a registration form from any council member or Mr. Yeh’s classroom (room 6205), and turn it in to us along with a check made out to Friends of Stevens Creek Trail by this Friday, September 6th. Feel free to reach out to any junior council member with questions, thank you!

SPORTS

Attention All Baseball Players!

The spring Season is right around the corner. There is a Baseball meeting today at the beginning of lunch in Room 121. We will discuss off season workouts and open field dates. If you have any questions, stop by the office and ask for Coach Pete. 

CLUBS

Interact First Meeting

Hello Cupertino Pioneers! Want to earn volunteer hours while making memorable memories? Join Interact! Interact is a volunteering club where you can meet new people, have fun on overnight trips, and explore different paths. Make sure to come to the first meeting today at lunch in the gym. Remember, there is no food allowed in the gym! Any food must be consumed OUTSIDE of the gym before or after the meeting!

Tino Cancer Society’s First Meeting

Do you want to help people? Are you interested in learning about cancer and spreading awareness at our school and community? If so, come out to Tino Cancer Society’s first meeting today at lunch in room 104. There will be pizza! 

Tino STEM First Meeting

Hey everyone! Are you interested in the fields of science, technology, engineering, or math? Do you want to take tours around high profile businesses, attend guest speaker events, or participate in prestigious science fairs around the bay area, such as the Synopsys Championship? Tino STEM is a club dedicated for students to enhance their knowledge and participation in fields of STEM. Our first meeting will be held today at lunch in room 506, Mr. Steemers’ room. There will be food. Hope to see you there! 

Tino Hip Hop Info Meeting

Do you want to be part of the most unique dance clubs on campus? Do you want the opportunity to perform at rallies and events? Are you interested in learning how to dance? Come out to Tino Hip Hop’s info meeting today at lunch in room 912, Mrs. Jackson’s room. And yes, there will be food!

Red Cross Info Meeting

Cupertino Red Cross is having its informational meeting today in room 7203 at lunch. Come out to learn about the various ways you can make a difference in your community and the world. We hope to see you there! There will be food! 

Come out for the French Honor Society’s Info Meeting!

Are you in French 3 or above this year and want to learn more about French culture? Come out to the French Honor Society’s informational meeting tomorrow. Learn about the honor society and all of our fun events throughout the year, including fondue day and a movie night. French 3 students or above can join. See you there! 

Tino Photography Club Info Meeting

Attention Photographers! Are you looking to develop or practice your photography skills in a fun, hands-on learning environment? Then come to Photography Club’s informational meeting tomorrow at lunch in room 203. No experience is needed! 

Environmental Club Informational Meeting

Do you want to help making our community more environmentally sustainable and aware? Do you want to work on initiatives with the Cupertino Sustainability Commission, the Youth Climate Action Team, City Council, and our school? Environmental advocacy is relevant for all modern public and private sectors. Come to Environmental Club’s informational meeting tomorrow in room 7103 at lunch to learn more!

KASA First Meeting

Hey Tino! Do you like kpop? Are you interested in learning Korean culture? Then KASA is the right club for you! KASA is a Korean American Student Association club where you can learn Korean culture while having fun. Our first meeting is this Wednesday, September 11th, in room 413. There will be food! You don’t have to be Korean to join. Hope to see you there!

Spanish Honor Society First Meeting

Spanish Honor Society is having its first meeting this Wednesday, September 11th in room 409, Ms. Aguilar’s class. If you want to join a community of scholarly Spanish students who want to learn more about Spanish culture while volunteering and competing at the national level, join Spanish Honor Society. Freshmen are welcome!

Tinovation First Meeting

Tinovation is Cupertino High School’s largest programming club where you’ll be able to build apps, websites, and artificial intelligence projects in a tech startup environment. You’ll also be able to tour companies, gain internship opportunities, work on a club-wide project, and more! Come out to the Tinovation first meeting on Wednesday, September 11th, during lunch in Mr. Ferrante’s room 312! There will be food!

Music Club’s First Meeting!

Hey Tino! Are you interested in performing music for others? Do you play any instruments, enjoy singing, or otherwise like music in any way? Then come out to Music Club’s first meeting on Wednesday in room 911 for our first info meeting! Volunteering and performance opportunities as well as other logistics will be introduced and discussed. Will be there food? Come and find out on Wednesday in room 911 at lunch!

Tino Chess Club First Meeting

Hey Tino! Do you play chess? Do you want to learn? Are you interested in competing? Come out to Tino Chess Club’s first meeting on Wednesday, September 11th, in room 7103. There will be pizza!

FBLA First Meeting of the Year

Are you interested in business, technology, volunteering, or design? Do you want to travel across the country with your friends and compete to earn national recognition and prize money? Cupertino FBLA is one of the most successful chapters in the nation and one of the largest clubs at CHS with 250+ members. Come out to our first meeting during lunch next Thursday, September 12th, in the theater to learn more! There will be donuts and other goodies! Remember, there is NO food allowed inside the theater. All food must be consumed OUTSIDE the theater before or after the meeting, including the donuts and goodies provided by FBLA!

Sept. 6

GENERAL INFORMATION

Library News

Calling all Poets, Schola Cantorum is offering students in grades 9-12 an opportunity to hear their poem turned into a musical composition that will be sung by a choir of 75 voices. The theme is “California’s Natural Beauty”. Entries must be submitted by September 27. Additional information in the library.

Health and Wellness Update: If you haven’t already, stop by the library and checkout the Wellness Corner. A good place to unwind.

September is Suicide Prevention Month. Work to shift the conversation from suicide to suicide prevention.

“If someone listens or stretches out a hand, or whispers a word of encouragement, or attempts to understand,

Extraordinary things begin to happen.”  Loretta Girzartis

Senior Portraits

SENIORS! October 1st is the last day to get your senior portrait taken if you want to appear with the rest of your graduating class in the 2019-2020 yearbook.  All portraits are done at a private studio called Prestige Portraits, located in San Jose.  Information about scheduling a portrait appointment was sent home to you and your parents in the spring. To schedule an appointment or find out more, call the studio or visit their website, check in with the yearbook adviser, Ms. Stavis, in room 105, or see Ms. Delgadillo in the front office.  A list of not-yet-photographed seniors is posted in Ms. Stavis’ classroom window so you can check on whether you still need to get it done.  Even if you do not want to purchase a photo package, you can and should still sit and take your formal senior portrait in order to be pictured in the yearbook. Again, the deadline to take a studio portrait for the yearbook for all seniors is OCTOBER 1!

Make Up School Photos & ID Cards

LifeTouch photographers will be back on Monday, Sept 9th from 7:30am to 3:30pm in the Wagon Wheel for anyone who missed their photo opportunity at Pioneer Day. You will also get your ID card at this time. If you are interested in purchasing an ASB card, please see Ms. Balga in the ASB Office before you take your photo.

 PSAT Sales

Attention Sophomores and Juniors:  PSAT SALES end TODAY! Don’t forget!  If you plan to take the PSAT buy your ticket at the College and Career Center during Brunch or Lunch.  Information is posted around campus and on our website.

Office TA Needed!

Mrs. Orozco in the main office is looking for a TA for period 2. If you would like to earn elective credits and do not have a class period 2, please stop by the office and see Mrs. Orozco at the attendance desk!

Student ID’s Needed To Scan Into Tutorial

Hey Pioneers, you will need your student ID to scan into your tutorial classrooms each tutorial. Please make surer to bring your ID with you to Tutorial. If you need an ID, see Ms. Balga in ASB. Thanks Tino! 

LOCKERS

Only put a lock on a locker that was assigned this school year by Ms. D.   If you put a lock on an unassigned locker your lock could be cut.   All assigned lockers need to have a lock on them TODAY!   Lockers that do not have a lock on them by TODAY will become available on Monday, September 9th.

Cupertino 5K Bonding

HELLO 2021!!! On September 29th, at 7:30 am, 2021 is participating in the Stevens Creek Trailblazer Race at Shoreline Park! Our goal is to get as many 2021 students out there as possible to create an amazing bonding experience for the class, but everyone is welcome! Each of you will have to pay $12.50 for the race, but this includes a free shirt, refreshments, and activities at the event! 

Pick up a registration form from any council member or Mr. Yeh’s classroom (room 6205), and turn it in to us along with a check made out to Friends of Stevens Creek Trail by this Friday, September 6th. Feel free to reach out to any junior council member with questions, thank you!

SPORTS

Attention All Baseball Players!

The spring Season is right around the corner. There is a Baseball meeting on Monday 9/9 at the beginning of lunch in Room 121. We will discuss off season workouts and open field dates. If you have any questions, stop by the office and ask for Coach Pete.

CLUBS

Bullet Journal Club First Meeting

Do you want to get organized? Do you love stationary? Well, if so, Bullet Journal Club is the place to be! First meeting is today at lunch in room 6227. There will be snacks!

CSF’s First Meeting of the Year

CSF’s first meeting of the year today at lunch in the gym. Come out to learn about one of the largest volunteer organizations on campus, and the only honor society open to all freshmen! There will be cream puffs. Please remember, any food, including the cream puffs, need to be consumed OUTSIDE of the gym, as there is no food allowed in the gym!

Tino Math Club Informational Meeting

Do you enjoy logic and problem solving? Want to participate in competitions such as the AMC 10 or 12? Interested in exploring math beyond what you are learning in class? Come out to Tino Math Club’s informational meeting today at lunch in room 411. Everyone is welcome regardless of experience, and there will be food. See you there!

Global Health Club First Info Meeting

Interested in medicine? Or taking action in our community regarding global health issues? If so, come to the Global Health Meeting today in room 6221 at lunch. We will go over the guest speakers, events, and conferences that will be held throughout the year. See you there!

Best Buddies Info Meeting

Hey everyone! In case you didn’t see the Best Buddies video at the rally, we wanted to tell you about our info meeting today at lunch in the Wagon Wheel. CHS Best Buddies is just one chapter of a worldwide organization working towards inclusion by cultivating friendships between people with and without intellectual or developmental disabilities. We hope to see you soon!  

Tino Octagon First Meeting of the Year!

Are you interested in making the world a better place? How about earning a service award signed by the president?! Do you want pizza? If you answered yes to any of these questions, come out to room 116 for Tino Octagon’s first meeting of the year at lunch today!

Interact First Meeting

Hello Cupertino Pioneers! Want to earn volunteer hours while making memorable memories? Join Interact! Interact is a volunteering club where you can meet new people, have fun on overnight trips, and explore different paths. Make sure to come to the first meeting on Monday, September 9th, at lunch in the gym. Remember, there is no food allowed in the gym! Any food must be consumed OUTSIDE of the gym before or after the meeting!

Tino Cancer Society’s First Meeting

Do you want to help people? Are you interested in learning about cancer and spreading awareness at our school and community? If so, come out to Tino Cancer Society’s first meeting on Monday, September 9th, at lunch in room 104. There will be pizza!

Tino STEM First Meeting

Hey everyone! Are you interested in the fields of science, technology, engineering, or math? Do you want to take tours around high profile businesses, attend guest speaker events, or participate in prestigious science fairs around the bay area, such as the Synopsys Championship? Tino STEM is a club dedicated for students to enhance their knowledge and participation in fields of STEM. Our first meeting will be held on Monday, September 9, at lunch in room 506, Mr. Steemers’ room. There will be food. Hope to see you there!

Tino Hip Hop Info Meeting

Do you want to be part of the most unique dance clubs on campus? Do you want the opportunity to perform at rallies and events? Are you interested in learning how to dance? Come out to Tino Hip Hop’s info meeting on Monday, September 9th. The meeting will be at lunch in room 912, Mrs. Jackson’s room. And yes, there will be food!

Red Cross Info Meeting

Cupertino Red Cross is having its informational meeting on Monday, September 9th, in room 7203 at lunch. Come out to learn about the various ways you can make a difference in your community and the world. We hope to see you there! There will be food!

Come out for the French Honor Society’s Info Meeting!

Are you in French 3 or above this year and want to learn more about French culture? Come out to the French Honor Society’s informational meeting on Tuesday, September 10th. Learn about the honor society and all of our fun events throughout the year, including fondue day and a movie night. French 3 students or above can join. See you there!

Tino Photography Club Info Meeting

Attention Photographers! Are you looking to develop or practice your photography skills in a fun, hands-on learning environment? Then come to Photography Club’s informational meeting on Tuesday, September 10th, at lunch in room 203. No experience is needed!

Environmental Club Informational Meeting

Do you want to help making our community more environmentally sustainable and aware? Do you want to work on initiatives with the Cupertino Sustainability Commission, the Youth Climate Action Team, City Council, and our school? Environmental advocacy is relevant for all modern public and private sectors. Come to Environmental Club’s informational meeting on Tuesday in room 7103 at lunch to learn more!

Tinovation First Meeting

Tinovation is Cupertino High School’s largest programming club where you’ll be able to build apps, websites, and artificial intelligence projects in a tech startup environment. You’ll also be able to tour companies, gain internship opportunities, work on a club-wide project, and more! Come out to the Tinovation first meeting on Wednesday, September 11th, during lunch in Mr. Ferrante’s room 312! There will be food!

Music Club’s First Meeting!

Hey Tino! Are you interested in performing music for others? Do you play any instruments, enjoy singing, or otherwise like music in any way? Then come out to Music Club’s first meeting on Wednesday in room 911 for our first info meeting! Volunteering and performance opportunities as well as other logistics will be introduced and discussed. Will be there food? Come and find out on Wednesday in room 911 at lunch!

Tino Chess Club First Meeting

Hey Tino! Do you play chess? Do you want to learn? Are you interested in competing? Come out to Tino Chess Club’s first meeting on Wednesday, September 11th, in room 7103. There will be pizza!

 FBLA First Meeting of the Year

Are you interested in business, technology, volunteering, or design? Do you want to travel across the country with your friends and compete to earn national recognition and prize money? Cupertino FBLA is one of the most successful chapters in the nation and one of the largest clubs at CHS with 250+ members. Come out to our first meeting during lunch next Thursday, September 12th, in the theater to learn more! There will be donuts and other goodies! Remember, there is NO food allowed inside the theater. All food must be consumed OUTSIDE the theater before or after the meeting, including the donuts and goodies provided by FBLA!

Sept. 5

GENERAL INFORMATION

Senior Portraits

SENIORS! October 1st is the last day to get your senior portrait taken if you want to appear with the rest of your graduating class in the 2019-2020 yearbook. All portraits are done at a private studio called Prestige Portraits, located in San Jose. Information about scheduling a portrait appointment was sent home to you and your parents in the spring. To schedule an appointment or find out more, call the studio or visit their website, check in with the yearbook adviser, Ms. Stavis, in room 105, or see Ms. Delgadillo in the front office. A list of not-yet-photographed seniors is posted in Ms. Stavis’ classroom window so you can check on whether you still need to get it done.  Even if you do not want to purchase a photo package, you can and should still sit and take your formal senior portrait in order to be pictured in the yearbook. Again, the deadline to take a studio portrait for the yearbook for all seniors is OCTOBER 1!

Make Up School Photos & ID Cards

LifeTouch photographers will be back on Monday, Sept 9 from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. in the Wagon Wheel for anyone who missed their photo opportunity at Pioneer Day. You will also get your ID card at this time. If you are interested in purchasing an ASB card, please see Ms. Balga in the ASB Office before you take your photo.

IDC Exchange Informational Meeting

Hey Pioneers! Our first IDC Exchange of the year is on October 4, HOMECOMING! There will be an information meeting at lunch today in the ASB room, room 721, to learn about IDC Exchanges. Everyone is welcome to attend!

PSAT Sales

Attention Sophomores and Juniors:  PSAT SALES will end this Friday! Don’t forget! If you plan to take the PSAT buy your ticket at the College and Career Center during Brunch or Lunch. Information is posted around campus and on our website.

Office TA Needed!

Mrs. Orozco in the main office is looking for a TA for periods 1, 2, 3, and 7. If you would like to earn elective credits and do not have a class periods 1, 2, 3, or 7, please stop by the office and see Mrs. Orozco at the attendance desk! 

Student ID’s Needed To Scan Into Tutorial

Hey Pioneers, you will need your student ID to scan into your tutorial classrooms each tutorial. Please make surer to bring your ID with you to Tutorial. If you need an ID, see Ms. Balga in ASB. Thanks Tino! 

LOCKERS

Only put a lock on a locker that was assigned this school year by Ms. D. If you put a lock on an unassigned locker your lock could be cut.   All assigned lockers need to have a lock on them by TOMORROW. Lockers that do not have a lock on them by TOMORROW will become available on Monday, September 9.

Cupertino 5K Bonding

HELLO 2021! On September 29, at 7:30 a.m., 2021 is participating in the Stevens Creek Trailblazer Race at Shoreline Park! Our goal is to get as many 2021 students out there as possible to create an amazing bonding experience for the class, but everyone is welcome! Each of you will have to pay $12.50 for the race, but this includes a free shirt, refreshments, and activities at the event! 

Pick up a registration form from any council member or Mr. Yeh’s classroom (room 6205), and turn it in to us along with a check made out to Friends of Stevens Creek Trail by this Friday, September 6. Feel free to reach out to any junior council member with questions, thank you!

SPORTS

Attention All Baseball Players!

The spring Season is right around the corner. There is a Baseball meeting on Monday 9/9 at the beginning of lunch in Room 121. We will discuss off season workouts and open field dates. If you have any questions, stop by the office and ask for Coach Pete.

CLUBS

Comedy Hour Tryouts

Hey Tino! Are you interested in improv comedy? What about comedy improv? If you answered yes, you should try out for Comedy Hour today at lunch in the Blackbox. There will be cookies. Hope to see you there!

Clubs Day!

Hey Tino! Please sign up for Clubs Day today at lunch. This is an opportunity for clubs to showcase their activities to gain members. The form in on the Cupertino High School Facebook group. Reminder, Clubs Day is not for food.

Bullet Journal Club First Meeting

Do you want to get organized? Do you love stationary? Well, if so, Bullet Journal Club is the place to be! First meeting is tomorrow at lunch in room 6227. There will be snacks!

CSF’s First Meeting of the Year

CSF’s first meeting of the year tomorrow at lunch in the gym. Come out to learn about one of the largest volunteer organizations on campus, and the only honor society open to all freshmen! There will be cream puffs. Please remember, any food, including the cream puffs, need to be consumed OUTSIDE of the gym, as there is no food allowed in the gym!

Tino Math Club Informational Meeting

Do you enjoy logic and problem solving? Want to participate in competitions such as the AMC 10 or 12? Interested in exploring math beyond what you are learning in class? Come out to Tino Math Club’s informational meeting tomorrow at lunch in room 411. Everyone is welcome regardless of experience, and there will be food. See you there!

Global Health Club First Info Meeting

Interested in medicine? Or taking action in our community regarding global health issues? If so, come to the Global Health Meeting tomorrow in room 6221 at lunch. We will go over the guest speakers, events, and conferences that will be held throughout the year. See you there!

Best Buddies Info Meeting

Hey everyone! In case you didn’t see the Best Buddies video at the rally, we wanted to tell you about our info meeting tomorrow at lunch in the Wagon Wheel. CHS Best Buddies is just one chapter of a worldwide organization working towards inclusion by cultivating friendships between people with and without intellectual or developmental disabilities. We hope to see you soon!  

Tino Octagon First Meeting of the Year!

Are you interested in making the world a better place? How about earning a service award signed by the president?! Do you want pizza? If you answered yes to any of these questions, come out to room 116 for Tino Octagon’s first meeting of the year at lunch tomorrow! 

Interact First Meeting

Hello Cupertino Pioneers! Want to earn volunteer hours while making memorable memories? Join Interact! Interact is a volunteering club where you can meet new people, have fun on overnight trips, and explore different paths. Make sure to come to the first meeting on Monday, September 9, at lunch in the gym. Remember, there is no food allowed in the gym! Any food must be consumed OUTSIDE of the gym before or after the meeting!

 Tino STEM First Meeting

Hey everyone! Are you interested in the fields of science, technology, engineering, or math? Do you want to take tours around high profile businesses, attend guest speaker events, or participate in prestigious science fairs around the bay area, such as the Synopsys Championship? Tino STEM is a club dedicated for students to enhance their knowledge and participation in fields of STEM. Our first meeting will be held on Monday, September 9, at lunch in room 506, Mr. Steemers’ room. There will be food. Hope to see you there!

Tino Hip Hop Info Meeting

Do you want to be part of the most unique dance clubs on campus? Do you want the opportunity to perform at rallies and events? Are you interested in learning how to dance? Come out to Tino Hip Hop’s info meeting on Monday, September 9th. The meeting will be at lunch in room 912, Mrs. Jackson’s room. And yes, there will be food!

Come out for the French Honor Society’s Info Meeting!

Are you in French this year and want to learn more about French culture? Come out to the French Honor Society’s informational meeting on Tuesday, September 10th. Learn out the honor society and all of our fun events throughout the year, including fondue day and a movie night. Any level of French speaker can join. See you there!

Tino Photography Club Info Meeting

Attention Photographers! Are you looking to develop or practice your photography skills in a fun, hands-on learning environment? Then come to Photography Club’s informational meeting on Tuesday, September 10, at lunch in room 203. No experience is needed!

Tinovation First Meeting

Tinovation is Cupertino High School’s largest programming club where you’ll be able to build apps, websites, and artificial intelligence projects in a tech startup environment. You’ll also be able to tour companies, gain internship opportunities, work on a club-wide project, and more! Come out to the Tinovation first meeting on Wednesday, September 11, during lunch in Mr. Ferrante’s room 312! There will be food!

FBLA First Meeting of the Year

Are you interested in business, technology, volunteering, or design? Do you want to travel across the country with your friends and compete to earn national recognition and prize money? Cupertino FBLA is one of the most successful chapters in the nation and one of the largest clubs at CHS with 250+ members. Come out to our first meeting during lunch next Thursday, September 12, in the theater to learn more! There will be donuts and other goodies! Remember, there is NO food allowed inside the theater. All food must be consumed OUTSIDE the theater before or after the meeting, including the donuts and goodies provided by FBLA!

Sept. 3

GENERAL INFORMATION

PSAT Sales

Attention Sophomores and Juniors:  PSAT SALES will end this Friday! Don’t forget!  If you plan to take the PSAT buy your ticket at the College and Career Center during Brunch or Lunch.  Information is posted around campus and on our website.

Office TA Needed!

Attention any students with a free 5th period! Mrs. Orozco in the main office is looking for a 5th period TA. If you would like to earn elective credits and do not have a class 5th period, please stop by the office and see Mrs. Orozco at the attendance desk!

Student ID’s Needed To Scan Into Tutorial

Hey Pioneers, you will need your student ID to scan into your tutorial classrooms each tutorial. Please make surer to bring your ID with you to Tutorial. If you need an ID, see Ms. Balga in ASB. Thanks Tino! 

LOCKERS

Only put a lock on a locker that was assigned this school year by Ms. D.   If you put a lock on an unassigned locker your lock could be cut.   All assigned lockers need to have a lock on them this Friday, September 6th.   Lockers that do not have a lock on them by September 6th will become available on Monday, September 9th.

Cupertino 5K Bonding

HELLO 2021!!! On September 29th, at 7:30 am, 2021 is participating in the Stevens Creek Trailblazer Race at Shoreline Park! Our goal is to get as many 2021 students out there as possible to create an amazing bonding experience for the class, but everyone is welcome! Each of you will have to pay $12.50 for the race, but this includes a free shirt, refreshments, and activities at the event! 

Pick up a registration form from any council member or Mr. Yeh’s classroom (room 6205), and turn it in to us along with a check made out to Friends of Stevens Creek Trail by this Friday, September 6th. Feel free to reach out to any junior council member with questions, thank you!

CLUBS

Santa Clara County Peer Court Informational Meeting

Are you interested in learning about an alternative approach to juvenile justice? Are you interested in learning how to be an attorney for a teenager? Do you want to work with the district attorney’s office?

Come to the Peer Court Informational Meeting in room 108 at lunch today. Please note: This is different from Cupertino Mock Trial Club, the only law based club on campus.

Comedy Hour Tryouts

Hey Tino! Are you interested in improv comedy? What about comedy improv? If you answered yes, you should try out for Comedy Hour today and Thursday at lunch in the Blackbox. There will be cookies. Hope to see you there!

Tino Dhadkan Informational Meeting!

Hey Tino! Are you interested in dancing, learning about Indian culture, or simply want to be part of a family on campus and make friends? Then come out to Tino Dhadkan’s first informational session today at brunch! We will be going over workshop details and there will be food!

Tino Sports Med’s First Meeting!

Do you want to learn more about Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson’s injuries? Are you interested in hands on volunteering with the physical trainer at school? If so, come out to Tino Sports Med’s informational meeting in room 410 tomorrow at lunch for more information on sports-related injuries and how to get volunteer hours by taping athletes at school. There will be food.

Chinese Culture Club’s First Meeting

Zao Shang Hao! Come to Chinese Cultural Club’s first meeting tomorrow at lunch in Ms. Jin’s room, room 6101. If you are interested in learning and experiencing Chinese culture, such as playing mahjong, drinking tea, and writing calligraphy, please come! Snacks will be provided.

Clubs Day!

Hey Tino! Please sign up for Clubs Day on Thursday, September 5th at lunch. This is an opportunity for clubs to showcase their activities to gain members. The form in on the Cupertino High School Facebook group. Reminder, Clubs Day is not for food.

Bullet Journal Club First Meeting

Do you want to get organized? Do you love stationary? Well, if so, Bullet Journal Club is the place to be! First meeting is Friday, September 6th at lunch in room 6227. There will be snacks!

Sept. 4

GENERAL INFORMATION

PSAT Sales

Attention Sophomores and Juniors:  PSAT SALES will end this Friday! Don’t forget!  If you plan to take the PSAT buy your ticket at the College and Career Center during Brunch or Lunch.  Information is posted around campus and on our website.

Office TA Needed!

Mrs. Orozco in the main office is looking for a TA for periods 1, 2, 3, and 7. If you would like to earn elective credits and do not have a class periods 1, 2, 3, or 7, please stop by the office and see Mrs. Orozco at the attendance desk!

Student ID’s Needed To Scan Into Tutorial

Hey Pioneers, you will need your student ID to scan into your tutorial classrooms each tutorial. Please make surer to bring your ID with you to Tutorial. If you need an ID, see Ms. Balga in ASB. Thanks Tino!

LOCKERS

Only put a lock on a locker that was assigned this school year by Ms. D.   If you put a lock on an unassigned locker your lock could be cut.   All assigned lockers need to have a lock on them this Friday, September 6.   Lockers that do not have a lock on them by September 6th will become available on Monday, September 9.

Cupertino 5K Bonding

HELLO 2021!!! On September 29th, at 7:30 am, 2021 is participating in the Stevens Creek Trailblazer Race at Shoreline Park! Our goal is to get as many 2021 students out there as possible to create an amazing bonding experience for the class, but everyone is welcome! Each of you will have to pay $12.50 for the race, but this includes a free shirt, refreshments, and activities at the event! 

Pick up a registration form from any council member or Mr. Yeh’s classroom (room 6205), and turn it in to us along with a check made out to Friends of Stevens Creek Trail by this Friday, September 6th. Feel free to reach out to any junior council member with questions, thank you!

CLUBS

First Meeting of Tinotronics Electronics Club

Come out to the first meeting of Tinotronics today at lunch in Mr. Mcleod’s room 723. Tinotronics is Cupertino’s only electronics club! Everyone is welcome regardless of experience. There will be food. We have meetings every Wednesday in room 723.

Tino Sports Med’s First Meeting!

Do you want to learn more about Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson’s injuries? Are you interested in hands on volunteering with the physical trainer at school? If so, come out to Tino Sports Med’s informational meeting in room 410 today at lunch for more information on sports-related injuries and how to get volunteer hours by taping athletes at school. There will be food.

Chinese Culture Club’s First Meeting

Zao Shang Hao! Come to Chinese Cultural Club’s first meeting today at lunch in Ms. Jin’s room, room 6101. If you are interested in learning and experiencing Chinese culture, such as playing mahjong, drinking tea, and writing calligraphy, please come! Snacks will be provided.

Comedy Hour Tryouts

Hey Tino! Are you interested in improv comedy? What about comedy improv? If you answered yes, you should try out for Comedy Hour tomorrow at lunch in the Blackbox. There will be cookies. Hope to see you there!

Clubs Day!

Hey Tino! Please sign up for Clubs Day tomorrow at lunch. This is an opportunity for clubs to showcase their activities to gain members. The form in on the Cupertino High School Facebook group. Reminder, Clubs Day is not for food.

Bullet Journal Club First Meeting

Do you want to get organized? Do you love stationary? Well, if so, Bullet Journal Club is the place to be! First meeting is Friday, September 6th at lunch in room 6227. There will be snacks!

CSF’s First Meeting of the Year

CSF’s first meeting of the year is this Friday at lunch in the gym. Come out to learn about one of the largest volunteer organizations on campus, and the only honor society open to all freshmen! There will be cream puffs!

Tino Math Club Informational Meeting

Do you enjoy logic and problem solving? Want to participate in competitions such as the AMC 10 or 12? Interested in exploring math beyond what you are learning in class? Come out to Tino Math Club’s informational meeting this Friday at lunch in room 411. Everyone is welcome regardless of experience, and there will be food. See you there!

Global Health Club First Info Meeting

Interested in medicine? Or taking action in our community regarding global health issues? If so, come to the Global Health Meeting this Friday in room 6221 at lunch. We will go over the guest speakers, events, and conferences that will be held throughout the year. See you there!

Interact First Meeting

Hello Cupertino Pioneers! Want to earn volunteer hours while making memorable memories? Join Interact! Interact is a volunteering club where you can meet new people, have fun on overnight trips, and explore different paths. Make sure to come to the first meeting on Monday, September 9th, at lunch in the gym.

FBLA First Meeting of the Year

Are you interested in business, technology, volunteering, or design? Do you want to travel across the country with your friends and compete to earn national recognition and prize money? Cupertino FBLA is one of the most successful chapters in the nation and one of the largest clubs at CHS with 250+ members. Come out to our first meeting during lunch next Thursday, September 12th, in the theater to learn more! There will be donuts and other goodies!

August 2019

Aug. 30

GENERAL INFORMATION

PSAT Sales

Attention Juniors: PSAT SALES will end next Friday.  If you plan to take the PSAT buy your ticket at the College and Career Center during Brunch or Lunch.  Information is posted around campus and on our website.

Office TA Needed!

Attention any students with a free 5th period! Mrs. Orozco in the main office is looking for a 5th period TA. If you would like to earn elective credits and do not have a class 5th period, please stop by the office and see Mrs. Orozco at the attendance desk!

Student ID’s Needed To Scan Into Tutorial

Hey Pioneers, you will need your student ID to scan into your tutorial classrooms each tutorial. Please make surer to bring your ID with you to Tutorial. If you need an ID, see Ms. Balga in ASB. Thanks Tino!

Applications for an Off-Campus Pass

Students with an open period in their schedule can apply for an Off Campus Pass. Applications are available in the front office and with Mrs. Gonzalez in the Admin Office. A parent signature is required.

If you are on track for graduation, and your conduct is in good standing, your assistant principal will approve your application. The pass is not needed for open 1st or 7th period.

Students will receive an email from Mrs. Gonzalez when their pass is ready for pickup. Please come by to pick up your pass at brunch, lunch, or during your open period.

LOCKERS

Only put a lock on a locker that was assigned this school year by Ms. D.   If you put a lock on an unassigned locker your lock could be cut.   All assigned lockers need to have a lock on them by Friday, September 6th.   Lockers that do not have a lock on them by September 6th will become available on Monday, September 9th

Library News

The Library will be closed during class periods today for Freshman Orientation. It will be open during brunch, lunch and after school. Please plan accordingly with your printer needs.

CLUBS

Shape Your World at Game Dev Club

Hey Tino! Do you like to procrastinate by playing video games? What if you could turn that hobby into a worthwhile passion? Well, you’re in luck! The Game Dev Club is here to teach you how to make your own games. Come to room 723, Mr. McLeod’s class today during lunch for Game Dev Club info meeting. Donuts will be provided!

ASL Club First Meeting

Hey Tino! Interested in learning American Sign Language? Come to the ASL Club’s first meeting of the year today at lunch in room 104. There will be food.

Gaming Club First Meeting

Hey Tino! Cupertino Gaming Club will be hosting their first meeting today in room 418. There will be a short informational session and we will play some party games afterward. And yes, there will be food. Hope to see you there! 

MSA First Info Meeting

Hey Tino! Muslim Student Association (MSA) will be holding their first informational meeting in room 6111 at lunch today! Everyone is welcome and food will be provided. See you there!!

Santa Clara County Peer Court Informational Meeting

Are you interested in learning about an alternative approach to juvenile justice? Are you interested in learning how to be an attorney for a teenager? Do you want to work with the district attorney’s office?

Come to the Peer Court Informational Meeting.  Room 108, Tuesday, September 3, at lunch. Please note: This is different from Cupertino Mock Trial Club, the only law based club on campus.

Comedy Hour Tryouts

Hey Tino! Are you interested in improv comedy? What about comedy improv? If you answered yes, you should try out for Comedy Hour next Tuesday, September 3rd, and Thursday, September 5th, at lunch in the Blackbox. There will be cookies. Hope to see you there! 

Tino Dhadkan Informational Meeting!

Hey Tino! Are you interested in dancing, learning about Indian culture, or simply want to be part of a family on campus and make friends? Then come out to Tino Dhadkan’s first informational session Tuesday, September 3rd, at brunch! We will be going over workshop details and there will be food!

Tino Sports Med’s First Meeting!

Do you want to learn more about Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson’s injuries? Are you interested in hands on volunteering with the physical trainer at school? If so, come out to Tino Sports Med’s informational meeting in room 410 on Wednesday, September 4th, at lunch for more information on sports-related injuries and how to get volunteer hours by taping athletes at school. There will be food.

Clubs Day!

Hey Tino! Please sign up for Clubs Day on Thursday, September 5th at lunch. This is an opportunity for clubs to showcase their activities to gain members. The form in on the Cupertino High School Facebook group. Reminder, Clubs Day is not for food.

Aug. 29

GENERAL INFORMATION

PSAT Sales

Attention Juniors: PSAT SALES will end next Friday.  If you plan to take the PSAT buy your ticket at the College and Career Center during Brunch or Lunch.  Information is posted around campus and on our website.

Office TA Needed! 

Attention any students with a free 5th period! Mrs. Orozco in the main office is looking for a 5th period TA. If you would like to earn elective credits and do not have a class 5th period, please stop by the office and see Mrs. Orozco at the attendance desk!

Student ID’s Needed To Scan Into Tutorial

Hey Pioneers, you will need your student ID to scan into your tutorial classrooms each tutorial. Please make surer to bring your ID with you to Tutorial. If you need an ID, see Ms. Balga in ASB. Thanks Tino!

Applications for an Off-Campus Pass

Students with an open period in their schedule can apply for an Off Campus Pass. Applications are available in the front office and with Mrs. Gonzalez in the Admin Office. A parent signature is required.

If you are on track for graduation, and your conduct is in good standing, your assistant principal will approve your application. The pass is not needed for open 1st or 7th period.

Students will receive an email from Mrs. Gonzalez when their pass is ready for pickup. Please come by to pick up your pass at brunch, lunch, or during your open period.

LOCKERS

Only put a lock on a locker that was assigned this school year by Ms. D.   If you put a lock on an unassigned locker your lock could be cut.   All assigned lockers need to have a lock on them by Friday, September 6th.   Lockers that do not have a lock on them by September 6th will become available on Monday, September 9th

Library News

The Library will be closed during class periods this week through Friday for Freshman Orientation. It will be open during brunch, lunch and after school. Please plan accordingly with your printer needs.

TA Opportunity

Mademoiselle Rochoux is looking for TAs period 3, 4, & 5. If you have taken French before or are a native French speaker and are interested in being a TA, please go see Mademoiselle in room 6110. Merci!

CLUBS

Join Model UN

Cupertino Model United Nations is going to hold their first informational meeting today at lunch in room 916. We will be discussing future opportunities, learn about international relations, and real world issues. Be ready to meet new people and make new friends. There will also be food! Hope to see you there!

Shape Your World at Game Dev Club

Hey Tino! Do you like to procrastinate by playing video games? What if you could turn that hobby into a worthwhile passion? Well, you’re in luck! The Game Dev Club is here to teach you how to make your own games. Come to room 723, Mr. McLeod’s class tomorrow during lunch for Game Dev Club info meeting. Donuts will be provided!

ASL Club First Meeting

Hey Tino! Interested in learning American Sign Language? Come to the ASL Club’s first meeting of the year tomorrow at lunch in room 104. There will be food.

Gaming Club First Meeting

Hey Tino! Cupertino Gaming Club will be hosting their first meeting tomorrow in room 418. There will be a short informational session and we will play some party games afterward. And yes, there will be food. Hope to see you there! 

Tino Dhadkan Informational Meeting!

Hey Tino! Are you interested in dancing, learning about Indian cultre, or simply want to be part of a family on campus and make friends? Then come out to Tino Dhadkan’s first informational session! We will be going over workshop details and there will be food!

Tino Sports Med’s First Meeting!

Do you want to learn more about Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson’s injuries? Are you interested in hands on volunteering with the physical trainer at school? If so, come out to Tino Sports Med’s informational meeting in room 410 on Wednesday, September 4th, at lunch for more information on sports-related injuries and how to get volunteer hours by taping athletes at school. There will be food.

Clubs Day!

Hey Tino! Please sign up for Clubs Day on Thursday, September 5th at lunch. This is an opportunity for clubs to showcase their activities to gain members. The form in on the Cupertino High School Facebook group. Reminder, Clubs Day is not for food.

SPORTS

Girls Basketball Meeting

All girls who are interested in playing basketball during the winter athletic season should attend a meeting today at the beginning of lunch in Room 6221. Information about fall open gyms and the season will be discussed. 

Aug. 28

GENERAL INFORMATION

Office TA Needed! 

Attention any students with a free 5th period! Mrs. Orozco in the main office is looking for a 5th period TA. If you would like to earn elective credits and do not have a class 5th period, please stop by the office and see Mrs. Orozco at the attendance desk!

Freshmen Council Elections

Hello Freshmen,

A reminder that voting ends at the end of lunch today, 1:55pm. Results will be announced sometime after school, and elected members have a mandatory lunch meeting tomorrow on Thursday in the ASB Classroom, Room 721. If you are having issues voting, please see Mr. Choe in the ASB Classroom, room 721.

Please stay professional and respectful while campaigning.

Hey all world core students!

If you need help with your Resume and Cover Letters assignment- you’re in luck! World Core Scholars will be hosting a tutoring session today in room 404 at tutorial! Students will see tutors on a first come, first serve basis, so make sure to there on time! Our tutors look forward to working with you!

Student ID’s Needed To Scan Into Tutorial

Hey Pioneers, you will need your student ID to scan into your tutorial classrooms each tutorial. Please make surer to bring your ID with you to Tutorial. If you need an ID, see Ms. Balga in ASB. Thanks Tino!

Applications for an Off-Campus Pass

Students with an open period in their schedule can apply for an Off Campus Pass. Applications are available in the front office and with Mrs. Gonzalez in the Admin Office. A parent signature is required.

If you are on track for graduation, and your conduct is in good standing, your assistant principal will approve your application. The pass is not needed for open 1st or 7th period.

Students will receive an email from Mrs. Gonzalez when their pass is ready for pickup. Please come by to pick up your pass at brunch, lunch, or during your open period.

LOCKERS

Only put a lock on a locker that was assigned this school year by Ms. D.   If you put a lock on an unassigned locker your lock could be cut.   All assigned lockers need to have a lock on them by Friday, September 6th.   Lockers that do not have a lock on them by September 6th will become available on Monday, September 9th

Library News

The Library will be closed during class periods this week through Friday for Freshman Orientation. It will be open during brunch, lunch and after school. Please plan accordingly with your printer needs.

TA Opportunity

Mademoiselle Rochoux is looking for TAs period 3, 4, & 5. If you have taken French before or are a native French speaker and are interested in being a TA, please go see Mademoiselle in room 6110. Merci!

PSAT Sales

Attention Juniors Only:  PSAT Sales are this week.  You can buy your ticket at Brunch and Lunch ONLY, in the college and career center.  The cost is $35 or a check made out to FUHSD.  See posters on campus for all the PSAT details.

Safety Tips

  • Please lock your bike to prevent theft. Use bike racks.
  • Please lock up your bags and valuables in locker room to prevent theft.
  • Bicyclists coming from Tantau, enter campus just past the baseball fields.
  • Bicyclists coming from Stevens Creek, wait and enter campus at the cross walk by the theater.

CLUBS

CHS Badminton Club Informational Meeting

Hey Tino! Do you like playing badminton? Do you like pizza? If so, you should come to CHS Badminton Club’s first meeting today at lunch in room 6232. Can’t wait to see you all there!

First Meeting of TinoTronics

Come out to the very first meeting of Tinotronics Electronics club today at lunch in room 723. We will be making circuits. Everyone is welcome regardless of experience. There will be food! 

Tino Mock Trial Info Meeting

Are you interested in Law? Do you want the chance to present a case in front of a REAL judge? Do you want to be part of an amazing team? Come to Tino Mock Trial’s info meeting to learn more information about the best law club on campus! The meeting will be in room 108 at lunch today! And yes… there will be food!

Tino Magic Society

Come to Tino Magic Society today at lunch today in room 116 and learn some cook tricks. We will be teaching all sorts of magic for both beginners and people with more experience. There will be donuts. Hope to see you there! 

Join Model UN

Cupertino Model United Nations is going to hold their first informational meeting tomorrow at lunch in room 916. We will be discussing future opportunities, learn about international relations, and real world issues. Be ready to meet new people and make new friends. There will also be food! Hope to see you there!

Shape Your World at Game Dev Club

Hey Tino! Do you like to procrastinate by playing video games? What if you could turn that hobby into a worthwhile passion? Well, you’re in luck! The Game Dev Club is here to teach you how to make your own games. Come to room 723, Mr. McLeod’s class, this Friday, August 30th, during lunch for Game Dev Club info meeting. Donuts will be provided!

ASL Club First Meeting

Hey Tino! Interested in learning American Sign Language? Come to the ASL Club’s first meeting of the year this Friday, August 30th, at lunch in room 104. There will be food. 

Gaming Club First Meeting

Hey Tino! Cupertino Gaming Club will be hosting their first meeting on Friday, August 30th, in room 418. There will be a short informational session and we will play some party games afterward. And yes, there will be food. Hope to see you there!

Clubs Day!

Hey Tino! Please sign up for Clubs Day on Thursday, September 5th at lunch. This is an opportunity for clubs to showcase their activities to gain members. The form in on the Cupertino High School Facebook group. Reminder, Clubs Day is not for food.

SPORTS

Girls Soccer

All students who intend to play for the Girls Soccer teams this year should attend a short meeting today at lunch in room 115. Coach Coleman will be discussing offseason conditioning, important dates for the season and much more. 

All Wrestlers (both returning and new)

There will be TWO team meetings this week today, 8/28, and tomorrow 8/29 at Lunch in Coach Santos’ room, 6127.  You only need to attend ONE of the meetings. I understand that your schedules are busy and things can be hectic at the beginning of the year, so there are 2 opportunities for you to attend and get the necessary info. There will be A LOT of information relayed, so please make arrangements to get to Coach Santos’ room as quickly as possible. Thank you! 

Girls Basketball Meeting

All girls who are interested in playing basketball during the winter athletic season should attend a meeting tomorrow at the beginning of lunch in Room 6221. Information about fall open gyms and the season will be discussed.

AUg. 27

GENERAL INFORMATION

Freshmen Council Elections

Hey Class of 2023,

Don't forget to vote for members of your class council all day today and tomorrow until the end of lunch. Please check your FUHSD student e-mail account to find out how to log in and vote. You may select up to 8 candidates and results will be announced some time tomorrow after school. If you are having issues, please see Mr. Choe in the ASB Classroom (room 721).

Hey all world core students!

If you need help with your Resume and Cover Letters assignment- you’re in luck! World Core Scholars will be hosting a tutoring session, this Wednesday, in room 404, at tutorial! Students will see tutors on a first come, first serve basis, so make sure to there on time! Our tutors look forward to working with you!

Student ID’s Needed To Scan Into Tutorial

Hey Pioneers, you will need your student ID to scan into your tutorial classrooms each tutorial. Please make surer to bring your ID with you to Tutorial. If you need an ID, see Ms. Balga in ASB. Thanks Tino!

Applications for an Off-Campus Pass

Students with an open period in their schedule can apply for an Off Campus Pass. Applications are available in the front office and with Mrs. Gonzalez in the Admin Office. A parent signature is required.

If you are on track for graduation, and your conduct is in good standing, your assistant principal will approve your application. The pass is not needed for open 1st or 7th period.

Students will receive an email from Mrs. Gonzalez when their pass is ready for pickup. Please come by to pick up your pass at brunch, lunch, or during your open period.

LOCKERS

Only put a lock on a locker that was assigned this school year by Ms. D.   If you put a lock on an unassigned locker your lock could be cut.   All assigned lockers need to have a lock on them by Friday, September 6th.   Lockers that do not have a lock on them by September 6th will become available on Monday, September 9th

Library News

The Library will be closed during class period today through Friday for Freshman Orientation. It will be open during brunch, lunch and after school. Please plan accordingly with your printer needs.

Hey Tino Athletes and Coaches!! You make us so very proud!!

Cupertino High School won the Santa Clara Valley Athletic League Team Sportsmanship Award for the entire year.  Just as important to me than any win-loss record is how our kids and coaches carry themselves, how they treat one another and their opponents, and how they win with dignity or lose with grace.  Congratulations to the cross country, football, boys’ basketball, girls tennis, boys golf, and gymnastics teams who were selected by the other coaches in their sports as the Sportsmanship Teams of the year.  Good Job Pioneers! -Ms. Tomberlain

TA Opportunity

Mademoiselle Rochoux is looking for TAs period 3, 4, & 5. If you have taken French before or are a native French speaker and are interested in being a TA, please go see Mademoiselle in room 6110. Merci!

PSAT Sales

Attention Juniors Only:  PSAT Sales are this week.  You can buy your ticket at Brunch and Lunch ONLY, in the college and career center.  The cost is $35 or a check made out to FUHSD.  See posters on campus for all the PSAT details.

Safety Tips

  • Please lock your bike to prevent theft. Use bike racks.
  • Please lock up your bags and valuables in locker room to prevent theft.
  • Bicyclists coming from Tantau, enter campus just past the baseball fields.
  • Bicyclists coming from Stevens Creek, wait and enter campus at the cross walk by the theater.

CLUBS

Speech and Debate

Hey Tino! Do you love to argue and be right? Or do you have a passion you’d like to share? Do you just want to learn valuable life skills and be a part of a vibrant national community? Come to the gym at lunch today for the Speech and Debate informational meeting to learn more about one of the largest clubs on campus with nine events and over 100 active members! There will be donuts!

Tino Mock Trial Info Meeting

Are you interested in Law? Do you want the chance to present a case in front of a REAL judge? Do you want to be part of an amazing team? Come to Tino Mock Trial’s info meeting to learn more information about the best law club on campus! The meeting will be in room 108 at lunch tomorrow, August 28th! And yes… there will be food!

Join Model UN

Cupertino Model United Nations is going to hold their first informational meeting this Thursday, August 29th, at lunch in room 916. We will be discussing future opportunities, learn about international relations, and real world issues. Be ready to meet new people and make new friends. There will also be food! Hope to see you there!

ASL Club First Meeting

Hey Tino! Interested in learning American Sign Language? Come to the ASL Club’s first meeting of the year this Friday, August 30th, at lunch in room 104. There will be food. 

Gaming Club First Meeting

Hey Tino! Cupertino Gaming Club will be hosting their first meeting on Friday, August 30th, in room 418. There will be a short informational session and we will play some party games afterward. And yes, there will be food. Hope to see you there!

Clubs Day!

Hey Tino! Please sign up for Clubs Day on Thursday, September 5th at lunch. This is an opportunity for clubs to showcase their activities to gain members. The form in on the Cupertino High School Facebook group. Reminder, Clubs Day is not for food.

SPORTS

Girls Soccer

All students who intend to play for the Girls Soccer teams this year should attend a short meeting tomorrow at lunch in room 115. Coach Coleman will be discussing offseason conditioning, important dates for the season and much more. 

All Wrestlers (both returning and new)

There will be TWO team meetings this week on Wednesday 8/28, and Thursday 8/29 at Lunch in Coach Santos’ room, 6127.  You only need to attend ONE of the meetings. I understand that your schedules are busy and things can be hectic at the beginning of the year, so there are 2 opportunities for you to attend and get the necessary info. There will be A LOT of information relayed, so please make arrangements to get to Coach Santos’ room as quickly as possible. Thank you! 

Girls Basketball Meeting

All girls who are interested in playing basketball during the winter athletic season should attend a meeting this Thursday August 29th at the beginning of lunch in Room 6221. Information about fall open gyms and the season will be discussed. 

Aug. 26

GENERAL INFORMATION

Library News

The Library will be closed during class period Tuesday through Friday for Freshman Orientation. It will be open during brunch, lunch and after school. Please plan accordingly with your printer needs.

Hey Tino Athletes and Coaches!! You make us so very proud!!

Cupertino High School won the Santa Clara Valley Athletic League Team Sportsmanship Award for the entire year.  Just as important to me than any win-loss record is how our kids and coaches carry themselves, how they treat one another and their opponents, and how they win with dignity or lose with grace.  Congratulations to the cross country, football, boys’ basketball, girls tennis, boys golf, and gymnastics teams who were selected by the other coaches in their sports as the Sportsmanship Teams of the year.

TA Opportunity

Mademoiselle Rochoux is looking for TAs period 3, 4, & 5. If you have taken French before or are a native French speaker and are interested in being a TA, please go see Mademoiselle in room 6110. Merci!

PSAT Sales

Attention Juniors Only:  PSAT Sales are this week.  You can buy your ticket at Brunch and Lunch ONLY, in the college and career center.  The cost is $35 or a check made out to FUHSD.  See posters on campus for all the PSAT details.

Safety Tips

  • Please lock your bike to prevent theft. Use bike racks.
  • Please lock up your bags and valuables in locker room to prevent theft.
  • Bicyclists coming from Tantau, enter campus just past the baseball fields.
  • Bicyclists coming from Stevens Creek, wait and enter campus at the cross walk by the theater.

2019 Congressional App Challenge

Officially launched in 2015, the Congressional App Challenge competition is a nationwide event intended to engage students’ creativity and encourage their participation in STEM fields. This competition allows students to compete with peers in their own district by creating and exhibiting their software application (also known as an “app”) for web, PC, tablet, mobile, raspberry Pi or other platform of their choice. We accept any programming language, such as C, C++, Java, JavaScript, Python, Ruby, "block code", etc.

Students may compete as individuals or in teams of up to four, as long as two of the teammates are eligible to participate in our district. Students are encouraged to register online by Sept 10​th​, before submitting their app by the November 1st deadline.

The apps will be evaluated by a panel of local judges who work within the academic, software and entrepreneurial fields. The winning app from each congressional district which hosted App Challenge will be featured on the U.S. House of Representatives’ website (www.house.gov) and displayed in a U.S. Capitol exhibit.

For additional details, you can visit www.CongressionalAppChallenge.us. Good Luck!

CLUBS

GSA Club’s First Meeting

Hey Pioneers! The Gender Sexuality Alliance Club will be holding their meeting today during lunch in room 213. If you are interested in spreading awareness for the LGBTQ community or looking for a safe environment, please come out! 

Speech and Debate

Hey Tino! Do you love to argue and be right? Or do you have a passion you’d like to share? Do you just want to learn valuable life skills and be a part of a vibrant national community? Come to the gym at lunch tomorrow for the Speech and Debate informational meeting to learn more about one of the largest clubs on campus with 9 events and over 100 active members! There will be donuts!

Tino Mock Trial Info Meeting

Are you interested in Law? Do you want the chance to present a case in front of a REAL judge? Do you want to be part of an amazing team? Come to Tino Mock Trial’s info meeting to learn more information about the best law club on campus! The meeting will be in room 108 at lunch on Wednesday, August 28th! And yes… there will be food!

Join Model UN

Cupertino Model United Nations is going to hold their first informational meeting this Thursday, August 29th, at lunch in room 916. We will be discussing future opportunities, learn about international relations, and real world issues. Be ready to meet new people and make new friends. There will also be food! Hope to see you there!

ASL Club First Meeting

Hey Tino! Interested in learning American Sign Language? Come to the ASL Club’s first meeting of the year this Friday, August 30th, at lunch in room 104. There will be food. 

SPORTS

Girls Soccer

All students who intend to play for the Girls Soccer teams this year should attend a short meeting on Wednesday at lunch in room 115. Coach Coleman will be discussing offseason conditioning, important dates for the season and much more.

Girls Basketball Meeting

All girls who are interested in playing basketball during the winter athletic season should attend a meeting this Thursday August 29th at the beginning of lunch in Room 6221. Information about fall open gyms and the season will be discussed.

Aug. 23

GENERAL INFORMATION

Hey Tino Athletes and Coaches!! You make us so very proud!!

Cupertino High School won the Santa Clara Valley Athletic League Team Sportsmanship Award for the entire year. Just as important to me than any win-loss record is how our kids and coaches carry themselves, how they treat one another and their opponents, and how they win with dignity or lose with grace.  Congratulations to the cross country, football, boys’ basketball, girls tennis, boys golf, and gymnastics teams who were selected by the other coaches in their sports as the Sportsmanship Teams of the year. 

TA Opportunity

Mademoiselle Rochoux is looking for TAs period 3, 4, & 5. If you have taken French before or are a native French speaker and are interested in being a TA, please go see Mademoiselle in room 6110. Merci!

PSAT Sales

Attention Juniors Only:  PSAT Sales begin on Monday.  You can buy your ticket at Brunch and Lunch ONLY, in the College and Career Center.  The cost is $35 cash, or a check made out to FUHSD.  See posters on campus for all the PSAT details.

Safety Tips

Please lock your bike to prevent theft. Use bike racks.

  • Please lock up your bags and valuables in locker room to prevent theft.
  • Bicyclists coming from Tantau, enter campus just past the baseball fields.
  • Bicyclists coming from Stevens Creek, wait and enter campus at the cross walk by the theater.

Lockers

Ms. D will assign lockers on TODAY at lunch in the CCC for students who have completed the K12 form.  The K12 form can be found on the CHS web page under start of the school year forms.   If you received a locker during Pioneer Days you will need to get a lock on your locker ASAP.   No locker changes will be made at this time.   

2019 Congressional App Challenge

Officially launched in 2015, the Congressional App Challenge competition is a nationwide event intended to engage students’ creativity and encourage their participation in STEM fields. This competition allows students to compete with peers in their own district by creating and exhibiting their software application (also known as an “app”) for web, PC, tablet, mobile, raspberry Pi or other platform of their choice. We accept any programming language, such as C, C++, Java, JavaScript, Python, Ruby, "block code", etc.

Students may compete as individuals or in teams of up to four, as long as two of the teammates are eligible to participate in our district. Students are encouraged to register online by Sept 10​th​, before submitting their app by the November 1st deadline.

The apps will be evaluated by a panel of local judges who work within the academic, software and entrepreneurial fields. The winning app from each congressional district which hosted App Challenge will be featured on the U.S. House of Representatives’ website (www.house.gov) and displayed in a U.S. Capitol exhibit.

For additional details, you can visit www.CongressionalAppChallenge.us. Good Luck!

CLUBS

First Bike Club Meeting

Do you like nature? Do you like hanging out with friends? Do you like food? If so, you should come to Bike Club’s first meeting in the College and Career Center today during lunch. There will be food!

GSA Club’s First Meeting

Hey Pioneers! The Gender Sexuality Alliance Club will be holding their meeting on Monday, August 26th, during lunch in room 213. If you are interested in spreading awareness for the LGBTQ community or looking for a safe environment, please come out! 

Speech and Debate 

Hey Tino! Do you love to argue and be right? Or do you have a passion you’d like to share? Do you just want to learn valuable life skills and be a part of a vibrant national community? Come to the gym at lunch on Tuesday, August 27th, for the Speech and Debate informational meeting to learn more about one of the largest clubs on campus with 9 events and over 100 active members! There will be donuts!

Join Model UN

Cupertino Model United Nations is going to hold their first informational meeting next Thursday, August 29th, at lunch in room 916. We will be discussing future opportunities, learn about international relations, and real world issues. Be ready to meet new people and make new friends. There will also be food! Hope to see you there!

ASL Club First Meeting

Hey Tino! Interested in learning American Sign Language? Come to the ASL Club’s first meeting of the year, Friday, August 30, at lunch in room 104. There will be food.

SPORTS

Girls Basketball Meeting

All girls who are interested in playing basketball during the winter athletic season should attend a meeting next Thursday August 29 at the beginning of lunch in Room 6221. Information about fall open gyms and the season will be discussed.

Aug. 22

GENERAL INFORMATION

Safety Tips

  • Please lock your bike to prevent theft. Use bike racks.
  • Please lock up your bags and valuables in locker room to prevent theft.
  • Bicyclists coming from Tantau, enter campus just past the baseball fields.
  •  Bicyclists coming from Stevens Creek, wait and enter campus at the cross walk by the theater.

Lockers

Ms. D will assign lockers on TODAY and TOMORROW in the CCC for students who have completed the K12 form. The K12 form can be found on the CHS web page under start of the school year forms. If you received a locker during Pioneer Days you will need to get a lock on your locker ASAP. No locker changes will be made at this time.   

2019 Congressional App Challenge

Officially launched in 2015, the Congressional App Challenge competition is a nationwide event intended to engage students’ creativity and encourage their participation in STEM fields. This competition allows students to compete with peers in their own district by creating and exhibiting their software application (also known as an “app”) for web, PC, tablet, mobile, raspberry Pi or other platform of their choice. We accept any programming language, such as C, C++, Java, JavaScript, Python, Ruby, "block code", etc.

Students may compete as individuals or in teams of up to four, as long as two of the teammates are eligible to participate in our district. Students are encouraged to register online by Sept 10​​, before submitting their app by the November 1 deadline.

The apps will be evaluated by a panel of local judges who work within the academic, software and entrepreneurial fields. The winning app from each congressional district which hosted App Challenge will be featured on the U.S. House of Representatives’ website (www.house.gov) and displayed in a U.S. Capitol exhibit.

For additional details, you can visit www.CongressionalAppChallenge.us. Good Luck!

CLUBS

First Bike Club Meeting

Do you like nature? Do you like hanging out with friends? Do you like food? If so, you should come to Bike Club’s first meeting in the College and Career Center tomorrow during lunch. There will be food!

GSA Club’s First Meeting

Hey Pioneers! The Gender Sexuality Alliance Club will be holding their meeting on Monday, August 26, during lunch in room 213. If you are interested in spreading awareness for the LGBTQ community or looking for a safe environment, please come out! 

Speech and Debate

Hey Tino! Do you love to argue and be right? Or do you have a passion you’d like to share? Do you just want to learn valuable life skills and be a part of a vibrant national community? Come to the gym at lunch on Tuesday, August 27, for the Speech and Debate informational meeting to learn more about one of the largest clubs on campus with 9 events and over 100 active members! There will be donuts!

ASL Club First Meeting

Hey Tino! Interested in learning American Sign Language? Come to the ASL Club’s first meeting of the year, Friday, August 30, at lunch in room 104. There will be food.