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College Park HS wants to promote two important things:


https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0d48ada629aafd0-2018


1.  Senior Only Photo Express Lane starting at 10:30am

2.  Volunteers will get a Skip The Line Pass (photo and textbook lines only)


Remember Walk-Thru Dates:


Tuesday August 7: Freshman 9am-12pm

Senior Express Lane 10:30am-12pm


Wednesday August 8: Sophomores & Juniors 9am-12pm


Everyone/Make-ups 5-6pm

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Published: 7/12/18




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Graduation ceremony photos are available for purchase from Campus Candids.  Please call 800-453-0335 to purchase.

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Published: 6/27/18




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Dear College Park Parents and Graduated Seniors,

 

Official final transcripts have been sent to the colleges that you will be attending in the fall. Four year transcripts were sent on Friday, and two-year transcripts were sent today 6/19/18. 

 

Most colleges take 5-10 business days to process transcripts, but please contact them to verify the receipt of the transcript. I will be out of the office this summer, but if you need to have transcripts resent, please contact the registrar, Ms. Aguilar.

 

Cheers,

Ms. Lowe

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Posted by: HEATHER LOWE
Published: 6/19/18




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Published: 6/7/18




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DIPLOMA PICK-UP Students will be given empty diploma covers on stage. Diplomas can be picked up after graduation behind the stage at the Concord Pavilion. Diplomas not picked up that evening can be picked up at College Park High School in Student Services North from June 8-June 14. Students who borrowed a cap and gown, your diplomas will be held until the cap and gown is returned. Additionally, students who have fines to pay will also have their diplomas held. Return borrowed cap and gown items to Ms. Kanan in SSN & pay fines with the Treasurer.

 

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 6/7/18




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Hello College Park Parents and Students,

 

As we move into next year, I know that many of you have come to use the online platform Naviance to plan everything from your 4-year course plans to your extracurricular resume.

 

Naviance has changed it's interface and will be called "Naviance Student", instead of Family Connection. The login credentials (as far as I've been told from the district) should stay the same (Username: School email address, Password: Initials, Student ID #).

 

Seniors will have access to application workshops after school, in addition to class visits during their English class to get familiar with the new interface. Juniors will also have class visits at the beginning of the year to get acquainted with it. The parent nights and coffee with counselors will also help clarify how to use it.

 

Happy summer,

Ms. Lowe

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Posted by: HEATHER LOWE
Published: 6/6/18




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We need Grad Nite volunteers from 12:00-3:00am! 
 
We know it sounds awful and what an ugly time of night to be volunteering, right?!?!

However, we are short of volunteers to help during those hours! The Grad Nite committee is asking for your help filling these holes. We are asking for any parents from freshman to seniors to help. 

If you are a senior parent and picking up at 4:00am, think about coming earlier and then leaving at 4:00 with your child. 

We appreciate your help with this! Please email Kalene Gomez.

 

Grad Nite preview today (Sunday, June 3)
 

Parents, extended family members, neighbors, teachers, etc. are invited to the Concord Centre on Sun., June 3 to get a preview of what Grad Nite will be like. 

Stop by anytime between 6:00-9:00pm! The Concord Centre is located at 5298 Clayton Rd, Concord, next to the Clayton Valley Bowling Alley. Please, no seniors!


Do you still need to get a Grad Nite ticket online? Order it by Monday!
 

If you are planning to purchase a Grad Nite ticket, please do so by Mon., June 4 at 9:00pm at www.cpgradnite.com. After 9:00pm on Mon., June 4, the PayPal site will be shut down!

If you decide to purchase a last-minute ticket at Grad Nite you have to bring $150 cash and have your parent with you to sign paperwork.
Thank you! The Grad Nite Committee 


Baked goods needed for Grad Nite
 

We are looking for people who can bake or buy some desserts and/or breakfast items for Grad Nite. As many cookies, cupcakes, brownies, bagels, breakfast or dessert muffins as you can donate to us would be great!

 

We will need these dropped off until Tues., June 5, before 9:00pm each day. Drop off is at Jessie Rojas' house at 2299 Yellowstone Drive, Martinez. There will be a table in her front courtyard area so you can walk and drop.

 

If you can provide goods but not until Wed, June 6, please deliver your goods by 5:00pm that day to the Centre Concord at 5298 Clayton Road in Concord (next to Clayton Valley Bowl). 

Please email Jessie with any questions.


Grad Nite Prize Committee needs your donations
 
The Grad Nite Prize Committee is asking for donations of gift cards and actual items for the prize booth, an ongoing raffle during Grad Nite that is lots of fun for the graduating seniors! 
  • Gift card ideas:
    • gas, iTunes, Amazon, Target, The Habit, Chipotle, Starbucks, Panda Express, Cold Stone, Cream, movie tickets, BART tickets, any gift cards sold at local grocery or warehouse stores.
  • Any items that a young adult could use who is either going off to college, starting a career or for just plain fun!
    • Bluetooth speakers, power banks/chargers, ear buds, alarm clock, sports tickets, cosmetics, etc.

Drop off items and gift cards at the College Park main office (there is a Grad Nite mail box) or contact Katie Ferrari for pick up. You can also contact Katie (925) 858-2771 if you have any questions. Thank you so much for your support! 


Send a note to a Graduating Senior
 

Family and friends are invited to send a note to a special graduating senior to receive on graduation night via the Grad Nite Post Office. This is an easy way to send a congratulatory message, thinking of you, favorite quote or wise words for the graduate. 

Anyone can send a message, so be sure to let your out of town family know this is available, especially if they won't be able to make graduation!  
 

Please note: the student must be attending Grad Nite in order to receive the message. Email messages to: cppostoffice2018@gmail.com by Tues., June 5. 
 

Please include:

  • Student's first and last name in the subject line of email. If I don't have a full name I won't know who to give the message to!
  • The sender's name at the end (so student will who is sending the message)

Messages will be printed and placed in the Graduate's post office box at Grad Nite! Interested in helping or have questions? Contact Denise Getty @ 925-352-6827. 


 
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Published: 6/4/18




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Tue, June 5 - Finals                                         

6°            8:00 - 10:00

Brunch  10:00 - 10:30

5°          10:38 - 12:38

                                               

                                               

Wed, June 6 - Finals                                       

4°            8:00 - 10:00

Brunch  10:00 - 10:30

3°          10:38 - 12:38

                                               

                                               

Thur, June 7 - Finals                                        

2°            8:00 - 10:00

Brunch  10:00 - 10:30

1°          10:38 - 12:38

 

 

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Published: 6/2/18




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Published: 6/2/18




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Summer assignments will be posted as they become available.


 

English III Honors: 


 

AP Language and Composition: 


 

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Published: 6/1/18




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Please read the notice below regarding policy, process and procedures at the Concord Pavilion.

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Published: 6/1/18




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Ball 2.0 in large gym 7:00-10:00  No entry after 8:30 p.m. DJ Strawberry and radio station 99.7 will be our featured artists. This event has no budget and will be free of charge to both CPHS Students and Guests that were on the original Senior Ball List on May 5th.  Parent permission slip is required.

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Published: 6/1/18




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If you are planning to purchase a Grad Nite ticket, please do so by Mon., June 4 at 9:00pm at www.cpgradnite.com. After 9:00pm on Mon., June 4, the PayPal site will be shut down!

If you decide to purchase a last-minute ticket at Grad Nite you have to bring $150 cash and have your parent with you to sign paperwork.
Thank you! The Grad Nite Committee 

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Published: 6/1/18




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Parents, extended family members, neighbors, teachers, etc. are invited to the Concord Centre on Sun., June 3 to get a preview of what Grad Nite will be like. 

Stop by anytime between 6:00-9:00pm! The Concord Centre is located at 5298 Clayton Rd, Concord, next to the Clayton Valley Bowling Alley. 

 

Please, no seniors!

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Published: 6/1/18




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Students and Parents, please reach out to Creative Imaging to schedule an appointment for Senior Portraits for the Class of 2019. 

They will be taking pictures in the MU between 8:00 am – 3:00 pm, from June 11, 2018 – July 3, 2018.  Contact Creative Imaging at 925-485-6025 or by email at www.ciphotoca.com.

 

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Published: 5/29/18




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It's time to prepare the 2018 Senior Memory Boards for Grad Nite. Here's how it works:

  • Pick up a Grad Nite Memory Board and instructions, from the Main Office (Student Services North) through May 30 (one board per Senior)
  • Click here to download detailed instructions
  • Decorate any way you would like: pictures, team logos etc.  
  • Take the completed Memory Board to the FedEx Office at 622 Contra Costa Blvd, Pleasant Hill, to have it laminated no later than May 31

The Grad Nite team will pick up your Memory Boards from the FedEx Office and ensure they are hung with pride at Grad Night on June 6. Seniors will be given Memory Boards to take home from Grad Nite.

 

If you have any questions please contact Ellen Javete.

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Published: 5/29/18




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Yearbooks are here and will be distributed on Wed., May 30, in the Career Center during brunch and lunch. 

Students must have their ID cards to pick up yearbooks. 
 

We still have some copies left for sale; please see the Treasurer. Cost is $110.

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Published: 5/29/18




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SENIOR BANQUET will be on Tuesday, May 29th from 6:00pm-8:00pm in the College Park High School Multi-Use Room. This is a fun evening for all who attend.

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Published: 5/29/18




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Catalyst's ACT Bootcamp is a confidence-boosting two-day seminar that teaches students strategies for every type of question they're guaranteed to encounter on the ACT. 

Selected topics include how to:
 

---Shortcut math questions that stump more than 90% of test-takers
---Highlight key information in seemingly confusing ACT Science passages  

---Use a surefire template for the newly-revised ACT essay

---Crack the 10 types of English questions guaranteed to be on the ACT
 

Catalyst's ACT Bootcamp is not a mock test or an infomercial for our services. Students learn proven strategies from experts who earned perfect scores on the ACT. Participants receive 8 hours of instruction, Catalyst's 408-page ACT Bootcamp book, bonus online instruction, and personalized feedback.

 

ACT Bootcamp at College Park High School

Saturday, June 2, 9:00am-1:00pm

Sunday, June 3, 9:00am-1:00pm

(Students attend both days.)

 

Tuition is just $175. To enroll visit www.CatalystPrep.com and click on the Bootcamp Sign-Up tab on the website's menu bar or call us at 800-235-0056. The deadline to enroll in this special prep opportunity is Wed., May 30.

A portion of the proceeds benefits the College Park High School PTSA! 

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Published: 5/29/18




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May 29, 2018:  

LCAP (Local Control and Accountability Plan) Budget Workshop

 

All sessions begin at 6:00 PM

 

Click here for a flyer in English.

Click here for a flyer in Spanish.

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Published: 5/29/18




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Hello Sophomores and sophomore parents!

 

PSAT 10 scores were distributed to English teachers as of this Friday, 5/25. It is up to the discretion of teachers about how and when they return the scores to students, so please be patient.

 

Also, if you want to know the scores right away, the scores will be available in a student's CollegeBoard account if their personal information exactly matches their scantron from test day.

 

Please contact Ms. Lowe on June 7th if you still have not received your score. 

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Posted by: HEATHER LOWE
Published: 5/25/18




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THIS IS A FREE EVENT FOR ONLY STUDENTS/GUESTS THAT WERE ON THE LIST FOR SENIOR BALL ON 5/5/18.

  • Date:  Friday, June 1, 2018             
  • Time:  7:00 pm – 10:00 pm     
  • Last Entry: 8:30 pm 
  • Location:  CPHS GYM  

Permission Slip is attached below. This form is for both CPHS Students and Guests that were on the original Ball List.

 

COMPLETED PERMISSION SLIPS MUST BE TURNED INTO THE TREASURER’S OFFICE BY 5/25/18 at LUNCH TO ATTEND. No Permission Slips will be accepted after that time.

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Published: 5/25/18




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Thank you to those who have signed up, but we still need 70 volunteers to make Grad Nite a success! 

The most critical need is for security from 12:00-3:00am. People filling this job will simply walk around the rooms and the bowling alley to ensure everything is okay. It's easy, keeps the kids safe and you get to see the fun they are having!  

We also need many more people to help with decorating the weekend before the event and tear down the Saturday after. 

 

Click here to sign up and contact  Kalene Gomez with any questions

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Published: 5/24/18




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Put on your boogie shoes and keep on truckin' out to "That 70s Show," a night of your favorite music from the Me Decade sung by the talented singers of our award-winning choir program. 

A concert featuring totally boss hits by Queen, Fleetwood Mac, ABBA, Earth, Wind and Fire, Pink Floyd, Stevie Wonder, Supertramp, the Jackson Five, and much more is gonna be outta sight, man!

The show is Thurs., May 24 and Fri., May 25 at 7:00pm in the CPHS Multi-use Room Discotheque. Tickets are $10/general, $5/students & staff. Visit www.collegeparkchoirs.com to purchase tickets. 
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Published: 5/24/18




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It's time to prepare the 2018 Senior Memory Boards for Grad Nite. Here's how it works:

  • Pick up a Grad Nite Memory Board and instructions, from the Main Office (Student Services North) through May 30 (one board per Senior)
  • Click here to download detailed instructions
  • Decorate any way you would like: pictures, team logos etc.  
  • Take the completed Memory Board to the FedEx Office at 622 Contra Costa Blvd, Pleasant Hill, to have it laminated no later than May 31

The Grad Nite team will pick up your Memory Boards from the FedEx Office and ensure they are hung with pride at Grad Night on June 6. Seniors will be given Memory Boards to take home from Grad Nite.

 

If you have any questions please contact Ellen Javete.

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Published: 5/24/18




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Dear Falcon community, 
I'd like to meet with you and talk about the current school year and look ahead to next year with regard to course offerings, new career pathways and any other topics you'd like to hear about.

 

Our first meeting was Fri., Feb. 16. Next was Fri., Mar. 16.

Next was Fri., Apr. 20. 

 

UPCOMING is Fri., May 25 from 8:00-9:00 am in the teachers' lounge (adjacent to multi-use room).

 

Thank you,

Joseph G. Alvarez

Principal

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Published: 5/24/18




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CPHS Band & Orchestra Rummage Sale

Sat., May 26

8:00am-3:00pm

College Park parking lot

Support the rummage sale fundraiser by donating household items and receive a tax deduction!  Spread the word to your friends and neighbors. We will pick items up or you can drop them off beforehand or on the day of the sale. Contact Shuleen at 925-682-5952


Donation drop-off times:

Thurs., May 24: 6:00-7:00pm 
Fri., May 25: 2:00-5:00pm
Sat., May 26: Anytime before and during rummage sale starting at 7:00am

If you would like assistance, we are happy to arrange to pick up your donations before the day of the sale.  Please call to make arrangements.

VOLUNTEERS ARE NEEDED ON FRIDAY (5/25) and SATURDAY (5/26)  to assist with sale. Help setting up early is especially needed. VOLUNTEERS CLICK HERE to sign up (scroll down for current sign-up times) or call/text 925 586 0329 or email cpfalconfan@gmail.com.


Note: All volunteers will receive fundraising credit for their ensemble.
 

All proceeds go to travel 2018-2019: Orchestra, Wind Ensemble and Symphonic Band So. California Tour and the Santa Cruz Jazz Band and Jazz Ensemble Trip.

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Published: 5/23/18




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The CPHS Falcon Softball team (#8 seed) hosted American HS (#9 seed) from Fremont in the 16 team bracket on Tuesday, May 22. Falcons won 10-2 to advance to the 2nd round.

 

The Falcon Softball team will travel to Freedom HS in Oakley (#1 seed) on Friday, May 25 @ 5:00 pm.  . 

 


 

The CPHS Falcon Baseball Team (#7 seed) hosted Granada HS (#10 seed) in the 16 team bracket on Tuesday, May 22. Falcons won 2-0 to advance to the 2nd round.

 

The Falcon Baseball Team will travel to Foothill HS in Pleasanton (#2 seed) on Friday, May 25 @ 5:00 pm.  

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Published: 5/23/18




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IMC Hours - Students! The end of the year is fast approaching. All your textbooks and novels must be turned into the library starting next week. Please come before school, Brunch, Lunch, or after school. No books will be accepted during class time. Make sure all your books are clean and empty of papers and sticky notes. Thank you!

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Published: 5/22/18




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Don’t forget that your lockers need to be cleaned out before June 7th. Make sure that all of your books get turned in to the IMC on time and that your personal items are removed. Seniors, your last day to clean out your locker will be June 4th. All of the items left behind will be donated to a local non-profit on June 8th

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Published: 5/22/18




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Attention senior parents: If your senior received an invitation to tonight's ceremony, please listen to this message otherwise please disregard it.

There is a change of location of the ceremony to the large gym due to the weather. Thank you. 

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Published: 5/22/18




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CPHS

School Site Council Meeting

Agenda

 

May 23, 2018

Location: S-7

Meeting Time: 3-4 PM

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Published: 5/22/18




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CPHS graduating seniors and their families are invited to attend Baccalaureate Service which will be held at St. Andrews Presbyterian Church in Pleasant Hill on Sunday, June 3 at Noon.  So that we may have an idea of the number of folks attending this event, please RSVP at the link below.


Graduates should wear their caps and gowns and report to the church no later than 11:45, as the service will start promptly at Noon.  Refreshments will be served immediately following the service. You may contact Janis Baldwin at 925-787-1307 or email rabjib@aol.com for details.

The reception immediately following the Baccalaureate service is in need of water, snacks and refreshments to be donated. If you are interested in donating, please signup at the link below

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C094EA9AF2BA31-college2

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Published: 5/21/18




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The last coffee with College Counselors will be today (Fri., May 18) at 7:15am in the College and Career Center S7. 

There will be donuts and coffee while we discuss any lingering questions you have about college before the summer.
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Published: 5/18/18




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COST: FREE – Turn in a completed Permission Slip to the Treasurer’s Office by LUNCH on Friday 5/18/18 to attend Senior Banquet


WHEN: Tuesday May 29, 2018                                                       

WHERE: College Park H.S. Multi-Use Room

TIME: 5:00 pm – 7:30 pm – No entrance after 5:30 pm            

CATERED BY:  Fuddruckers

 

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Published: 5/18/18




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Seniors! You can now pre-order a purple orchid lei for graduation. Order forms are located in the Main Office.  

Cost: $20. Deadline is lunch on Fri., May 18. 

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Published: 5/18/18




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Check the list outside of C-3 (Ms. Kriger's class) to see if you have. There is a limited number of yearbooks left that can be purchased for $110 at the Treasurer's office. 
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Published: 5/17/18




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We will begin statewide testing on Mon., May 21. We will be on a modified block schedule from Mon., May 21-Fri., June 1.

Juniors will be taking the CAASPP testing for these 2 weeks in their Social Studies/English classes. Seniors will test during 1 period of Government or Econ class. 

Students are asked to please bring their own earbuds that plug into the audio of computers for testing.

The modified bell schedule for Monday-Thursday is as follows:
 

Zero period 

7:00-7:45am 

1st/3rd periods 

7:50-9:47am 

brunch 

9:47-9:57am 

2nd/4th periods

10:05am-12:02pm 

lunch

12:02-12:32pm 

5th/6th periods

12:40-2:37pm 
 
Friday's bell schedule will be as follows:
 
Zero period  7:00-7:45am 
1st period  7:50-8:45am 
2nd period  8:53-9:48am 
brunch  9:48-9:58am 
3rd period  10:06-11:01am 
4th period  11:09am-12:04pm 
lunch  12:04-12:34pm 
5th period  12:42-1:37pm 
6th period  1:45-2:40pm 
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Published: 5/17/18




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Attention Seniors - Would you like to select a teacher or staff member to pass out your diploma at the commencement ceremony? If so, below is a link to the sign up form. Please note: you must be signed into your .net account in order to access the form. Deadline is May 21 for student sign ups.

 

https://goo.gl/forms/jz0bHVDQAsRaOak63

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Published: 5/17/18




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Seniors!  If you are interested in performing a song for graduation, auditions will be held on Wednesday, May 16th, after school in the Band Room (M2).  Sign up for an audition time in Student Services North.

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Published: 5/15/18




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Are you available during the school day? Your help is needed this week and next for a mock interview panel for senior English classes. Please click here to download more information. Please click here to sign up for a volunteer slot.

As an Interview Panelist you will:
  • Listen to a short presentation from the student related to the career s/he has researched
  • Ask pre-determined questions
    • Why are you interested in this career?
    • What qualifications will you need for this career?
    • What strengths will you bring to this career?
    • What areas will you need to develop in yourself to be successful in this career?
  • Provide feedback to the student
    • What you did well in your presentation, or how you responded to the questions
    • What you should focus on, change, or improve when you go for a job interview
    • Overall summary (leaning on the positive)
Your involvement in this type of an interview activity is crucial for its success. Thank you in advance for your help. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to email Adam Huntley
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Published: 5/15/18




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Parents of students in the 9th, 10th and 11th grades who will not be attending College Park next year, please make sure to let our registrar know as soon as possible so that she may initiate the withdrawal process and transfer of your student’s records in a timely manner.

 

You may contact Mrs. Aguilar at aguilara@mdusd.org or (925) 682-7670 ext. 3216

 

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Published: 5/13/18




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Spend part of your summer at CP's Cross Country/Track Camp.   

Co-ed grades 9-12

June 18-July 25

M&W 5:00-6:30pm

Cost $120, includes camp T-shirt

Click here to sign up
 

For complete information please visit the Falcons Athletic website.
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Published: 5/11/18




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If you are planning for the summer, the jobs and volunteering portion of the College and Career Center website has been updated.

 

Most job opportunities are for students 16 or older. Entries will include posting dates, so you can be aware of how current the opportunity is. Students are more than free to stop by to ask about different positions, but work permits are not processed in the College & Career Center.

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Published: 5/11/18




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Please note that on Fri., May 11 students do not need to arrive until 11:45amat the Willow Creek Center for the afternoon AP exams (Environmental Science, Computer Science Principles, and Studio Art).  

The morning tests are long exams and we don't want students to have to wait outside any longer than necessary. All students should have received an email communicating the updated arrival time. 

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College Park meets Coachella on Friday, May 11th, with the very first annual SPRING FLING!  Enjoy music by local bands, carnival games, and food trucks!  Bring some blankets or beach towels to the Football Field for all the fun!  This event is open to the entire community so spread the word.  Admission is FREE!

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The PowerPoint on College Basics has been posted on the College & Career Center website and can also be viewed by clicking here

Please take a look if you didn't have time to attend, or if you did attend and wanted to have the urls to the college search tools that were suggested.

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Published: 5/10/18




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Come support the arts at College Park. YouThink magazine is on sale in the Quad next Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday for only $3 per issue. View the poems, short stories, and art of your fellow students.
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Want a top locker? Interested in choosing your own locker for next school year?  

We are looking for parent and student volunteers to sign up for our CPHS locker clean-out day happening on Fri., June 8.
 

This is a first-come, first-serve opportunity and there are a limited number of spots available. Students can sign-up in Student Services South with Mrs. Carpenter on Tues., May 15. Email sign -ups for students will NOT be accepted. Names will NOT be accepted until Tues., May 15.
 

Parent help is needed, and if you volunteer, your student will have first priority for signing up. Parents, please email Julie Carpenter your contact information to sign up for the locker clean-up. All parent volunteers must be present on the day of the locker clean-out for their students to be able to participate, unless students get on the sign-up list on their own.

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Please come by the Chevron station at 2295 Morello Ave (cross street Taylor Blvd) for the CPHS choir department's spring car wash fundraiser. 

Get your car clean, and if you're lucky get serenaded too! The car wash will go from 10:00am-4:00pm.

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Catalyst's SAT Bootcamp is a confidence-boosting weekend seminar that teaches students strategies for every type of question they're guaranteed to encounter on the SAT. 

Selected topics include how to:

  • Shortcut math questions that stump more than 90% of test-takers
  • Spot hidden clues that reveal the main idea in lengthy SAT Reading passages
  • Avoid the three sneaky ways the SAT's Writing & Language test tries to trick students
  • Use a proven template to earn perfect scores in reading, analysis, and writing on the SAT Essay

Catalyst's SAT Bootcamp is not a mock test or an infomercial for our services. Students learn proven strategies from experts who earned perfect scores on the new SAT. Participants receive 8 hours of instruction, Catalyst's 408-page SAT Bootcamp book, bonus online instruction, and personalized feedback.

 

SAT Bootcamp at College Park High School

Saturday, May 19, 9:00am-1:00pm

Sunday, May 20, 9:00am-1:00pm

(Students attend both days.)

 

Tuition is just $175. To enroll visit www.CatalystPrep.com and click on the Bootcamp Sign-Up tab on the website's menu bar or call us at 800-235-0056. The deadline to enroll in this special prep opportunity is Wed., May 16.

A portion of the proceeds benefits the College Park High School PTSA! 

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Please join us for our final PTSA General Meeting of the year tonight (Tues., May 8) at 7:00pm in the CP library. 

Come hear from Principal Joe Alvarez about the exciting things happening at CP as our school year wraps up. We will also be voting in our new 2018-19 PTSA Executive Board. 

After the brief PTSA meeting we will recognize the following individuals for their service in the College Park High School community. All are welcome to attend!
 

Shuleen Martin

Jorge Jimenez

Gary Jensen

Jeff Eide

Ty Gale

Heather Galvez

Khoa Phan

Lisa Okawa

Anne Libatique

Maria LaHommedieu

Kathleen Strange

John Altschull

Stephanie Canulli

Derek Knapp

Lori Knapp

Robin Eckert

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Dear College Park families,

 

As I am sure you know, what should have been a wonderful and memorable Saturday night for our students - attending the Senior Ball - instead ended with frustration and anger, after we discovered 37 cars in the student lot with windows smashed and some student possessions taken.  It was pure, malicious vandalism.

 

Pleasant Hill Police are investigating, and I would urge anyone with information to contact police immediately so that the vandal(s) can be arrested, and be made to pay for repairs to all of the vehicles.  I understand some leads are already being looked into but the more information the better.

 

I wanted to let you know that I am working with our facilities department to accelerate a planned installation of additional lighting in the area of the student lot near the football field, and surveillance cameras.  This will be an important safety and security enhancement for our campus.  I will let you know when the work will be getting underway.

 

Sadly, the vandalism was not the only disappointing incident Saturday.  We were extremely frustrated when the dee-jay for the dance did not show up.  There is no excuse for this. 

 

I realize an apology to students cannot alone erase the frustration they experienced this weekend, but I hope something can help.

 

On May 29, we will be having our Senior Banquet. Typically, this is a ticketed event with entertainment. In order to make up to our students in some small way for Saturday's challenges, we are changing this to a free, no-ticket event and with the entertainment our students expected and deserved Saturday. ALL seniors who qualify will be encouraged to attend the banquet - they will just need to sign up and fill out a permission slip.

 

Even on an evening that went so sideways, I was proud to see our students figure out how to make the best of a bad situation, and still make the night a memorable one for all the right reasons.  They reminded me of a quote I love from John Wooden - a basketball coach at UCLA who was beloved by his athletes in part for his inspirational advice.  "Things turn out best for the people who make the best of the way things turn out."

 

Falcons, you make me proud.  

 

Sincerely,

 

Joe Alvarez

Principal

 

 

 

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On Tuesday, May 8 our choir students will be singing the national anthem at the Oakland Coliseum for the A's game against the World Series champion Houston Astros. 

The A's organization has made a block of discounted tickets available so that the CPHS community can enjoy an evening at the ballpark. The field level tickets are available for just $25, but the deadline to purchase was Sun., Apr. 22. 


Purchase tickets on the choir website.
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In order to be guaranteed a Grad Nite T-shirt and goody bag, your Grad Nite ticket must be purchased by Tues., May 15.

Students who purchase tickets after this date are still able to attend, but are not guaranteed a T-shirt or goody bag. If you have questions, please email the committee at cpgradnite@gmail.com. Tickets can be purchased online by visiting www.cpgradnite.com.

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As the school year comes to an end and students turn in their books at the library, we are seeking volunteers to help receive and stack text books. 

The shifts are short so please sign up for a shift (or two). Click here to choose your volunteer shift. We especially want help on the last three days of school! Thank you! Your help will make a huge difference! 

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SENIOR BANQUET will be on Tues., May 29 from 6:00-8:00pm in the College Park High School multi-use room. This is a fun evening for all who attend. Tickets can be purchased on the CPHS webstore.

 

SENIOR AWARDS NIGHT will be on Tues., May 22 from 6:00-8:00pm.  This event will be in the College Park Quad (weather permitting).  Students who receive an invitation will be recognized. Therefore, appropriate dress attire is required: slacks, collared shirts, skirts, and dresses. All seniors and guests are welcome to attend.

 

BACCALAUREATE will be held on Sun., June 3, 12:00-1:00pm at St. Andrews Church in Pleasant Hill. This is a non-denominational service coordinated by the parents of the Class of 2018. Attendance is optional. Seniors should arrive by 11:45am dressed in their caps and gowns. Outdoor reception immediately following (weather permitting). Any questions, please contact Ms. Janis Baldwin at 925-787-1307 or by email at rabjib@aol.com.

 

GRADUATION CEREMONY REHEARSAL will be held at Concord Pavilion on Wed., June 6 at 8:30am. All seniors must attend the practice to be eligible to participate in the evening graduation/commencement ceremony.

 

GRADUATION/COMMENCEMENT will be held at Concord Pavilion on Wed., June 6 at 7:00pm. Parking fee is $10 per vehicle. There is NO reserved seating. Holding large blocks of seats for family and friends is not allowed. Seating is on a "first come, first serve" basis. Seniors must arrive to Concord Pavilion no later than 6:15pm and report to the West Plaza area with their caps and gowns to line up and start the commencement ceremony promptly at 7:00pm.

 

DIPLOMA PICK-UP Students will be given empty diploma covers on stage. Diplomas can be picked up after graduation behind the stage at the Concord Pavilion. Diplomas not picked up that evening can be picked up at College Park High School in Student Services North from June 8-June 14. Students who borrowed a cap and gown, your diplomas will be held until the cap and gown is returned. Additionally, students who have fines to pay will also have their diplomas held. Return borrowed cap and gown items to Ms. Kanan in SSN & pay fines with the Treasurer. 

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Hello Parents and Students!

 

On Thurs., May 10 from 6:00-7:00pm in the College Park multi-use room, you are invited to hear about the coming college application process in the fall. The presentation will address how to approach admission season so families and students know what to expect. It will also help guide families to select schools that will offer the best financial aid packages for their child.

 

This night will best serve juniors and their parents, although sophomores who want to know what to expect may also attend with their parents. 

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Descend into madness with more than 70 of our CPHS performers in Legally Blonde, The Musical!

Last performance is tonight at College Park at 7:00pm! 


Buy tickets online by clicking here, or purchase at the door. Tickets cost $25.00/general admission, $15.00/seniors & children, or only $10.00 with your ASB card or CPHS staff ID. See you there! 

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Hello College Park,

 

Your student who registered for AP testing should've received a personalized version of the email below. Please note that the location of the test is at Willow Creek Center, not College Park AND that the test needs to start at 7:00AM for morning exams and 11:30AM for afternoon exams. 

 

Remember to bring your pen, pencil, and ID. Cell phones should be left in the trunk of your cars.  Water bottles must have their labels removed. Each test is around 3-4 hours.

 

Thank you,

Mrs. Wilson, AP Coordinator

 

 

2018 ADVANCED PLACEMENT EXAM INFORMATION

 

 

IMPORTANT

At the testing site, check-in process for morning exams will begin at 7:00 AM.   College Board’s lengthy instructions need to start by 7:30, so you can begin your test at 8AM, as required by College Board.  Check-in for afternoon exams will begin at 11:30 AM.  Please arrive on time.  Late arrivals will not be admitted if instructions have begun.

 

Cell phones and all personal items must be placed in the front of the room if you bring them to the test.

 

Please bring the following items to every test:

  • Photo ID card. You will not be admitted to the test without one.
  • Several sharpened #2 pencils with erasers, and several black or blue ink ballpoint pens. (Mechanical pencils are not permitted.)
  • A College Board approved calculator and extra batteries for students taking Calculus, Chemistry, Physics, Biology, or Statistics.  (A ruler or straight edge is optional for the Physics exam only.)

Please show this letter to the Attendance Secretary after returning to school following your morning test and before leaving school for an afternoon test. AP Coordinators will clear absences and report any test absences for all scheduled tests on a daily basis.

Be reminded that District school policy does not permit students to drive other students to or from the tests.

 

STUDENTS WITH JOBS

Please let your supervisor know that afternoon tests could run long and that you may not be available until 5PM.

 

LOCATION

All tests are conducted at Willow Creek Center, 1026 Mohr Lane, Concord.

 

PARKING

Parking at Willow Creek is extremely limited. Do not park in reserved spots.  Drop off and pick up is suggested, if possible. A phone is available in the AP Office to call home for pick up. If you park on residential street, please be careful not to block someone’s driveway.  Do not park in the red zone curbs in the front, or you will risk getting a ticket. If you have never been to Willow Creek Center, 1026 Mohr Lane in Concord, you should do a weekend drive-by.

 

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION

Bus – Route 14 (The County Connection) stops in front of Willow Creek Center.   Please visit http://511.org for information.

 

 

Best of luck on your AP tests!

 

The Assessment, Research, & Evaluation Team

Mt. Diablo Unified School District

 

 

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Please join the PTSA in congratulating the following individuals who are being recognized for their service in the College Park High School community! 

This award ceremony starts at 7:00pm on Tues., May 8 in the school library following a brief PTSA meeting. All are welcome to attend!

Shuleen Martin

Jorge Jimenez

Gary Jensen

Jeff Eide

Ty Gale

Heather Galvez

Khoa Phan

Lisa Okawa

Anne Libatique

Maria LaHommedieu

Kathleen Strange

John Altschull

Stephanie Canulli

Derek Knapp

Lori Knapp

Robin Eckert

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The Grad Nite Prize Committee is asking for donations of gift cards and actual items for the prize booth, an ongoing raffle during Grad Nite that is lots of fun for the graduating seniors! 
  • Gift card ideas:
    • gas, iTunes, Amazon, Target, The Habit, Chipotle, Starbucks, Panda Express, Cold Stone, Cream, movie tickets, BART tickets, any gift cards sold at local grocery or warehouse stores.
  • Any items that a young adult could use who is either going off to college, starting a career or for just plain fun!
    • Bluetooth speakers, power banks/chargers, ear buds, alarm clock, sports tickets, cosmetics, etc.

Drop off items and gift cards at the College Park main office (there is a Grad Nite mail box) or contact Katie Ferrari for pick up. You can also contact Katie (925) 858-2771 if you have any questions. Thank you so much for your support! 

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We still need 120 volunteers for Grad Nite on Wed., June 6.  Come be a blackjack dealer or welcome the kids with a breathalyzer test (this has traditionally been one of the most fun jobs, but most of the parents have seniors this year).  
 

If you can't work the event itself, we need help the weekend before and after with decorating and take-down.  Volunteering for this event is so much fun.  

 

Click here to sign up and contact  Kalene Gomez with any questions.   

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We are looking for people who can bake or buy some desserts and/or breakfast items for Grad Nite. As many cookies, cupcakes, brownies, bagels, breakfast or dessert muffins as you can donate to us would be great!

 

We will need these dropped off beginning Sat., June 2, through Tues., June 5, before 9:00pm each day. Drop off is at Jessie Rojas' house at 2299 Yellowstone Drive, Martinez. There will be a table in her front courtyard area so you can walk and drop.

 

If you can provide goods but not until Wed, June 6, please deliver your goods by 5p that day to the Centre Concord at 5298 Clayton Road in Concord (next to Clayton Valley Bowl). 

Please email Jessie with any questions.

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Spend part of your summer at CP's Cross Country/Track Camp.   

Co-ed grades 9-12

June 18-July 25

M&W 5:00-6:30pm

Cost $120, includes camp T-shirt

Click here to sign up
 

For complete information please visit the Falcons Athletic website.
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Falcon Family,
 

This is a friendly reminder that there will be an Anti-Hazing speaker during RTI on Wed., May 2 for all 11th and 12th graders.
 

Please tell your student to bring their school ID for attendance purposes.
 

Thank you,

Joseph G. Alvarez

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CPHS School Site Council Meeting

  • May 2nd, 2018
  • Location: S-7
  • Meeting Time: 3-4 PM
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The goal of the College Park PTSA is to provide opportunities for all students to reach their maximum potential. We work with teachers, parents, community members, and students to ensure the needs of students are being met. To this end, we are proud to offer scholarships to deserving, graduating seniors who demonstrate both personal success and the ability and desire to share their talents with others to make a difference in their community.

Scholarships are awarded to students who embody these ideals by working within their own groups of family, friends, and community to make a difference to others. Students might achieve this by being role models to others by gaining and holding employment, by becoming involved in school activities, or by joining outside organizations whose mission is to benefit our community or society as a whole.

Please note that although a student is required to be a member of the PTSA in order to receive a PTSA scholarship, students are not required to have attended PTSA meetings or work directly with the College Park PTSA. We realize that many organizations support our ideals and encourage all students who meet the criteria to apply for the PTSA scholarship.

 

Deadline: EXTENDED TO APRIL 30, 2018 

 

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Seniors!  Jostens will be here Wednesday, April 25, to distribute caps and gowns during Brunch and Lunch.  If you have not ordered your cap and gown, please contact Jostens.

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Please have your RTI teacher sign your permission slip and turn it in tomorrow (Wed., Apr. 25) to Mrs. Shumate in the library. We will meet in the library on Thursday at 11:20am. 
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Seniors! Do you need a corsage or boutonniere for Ball?  

The Hiking Club will be selling corsages and boutonnieres in the Quad at lunchtime until Tues., Apr. 24.  

You can purchase them on Tuesdays and Thursdays in the Quad, or purchase them from the CPHS webstore with an order form. Stop buy the Quad to pick up an order form.
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Catalyst's two-day SAT Bootcamp arms students with go-to strategies for every question they'll face on the day of the test so they can march into the SAT with confidence, momentum, and every key strategy fresh in their mind.

 

SAT Bootcamp at College Park High School

Saturday, April 28, 9:00am-1:00pm

Sunday, April 29, 9:00am-1:00pm

(Students attend both days.)

 

Tuition is just $175. To enroll visit www.CatalystPrep.com and click on the Bootcamp Sign-Up tab on the website's menu bar or call us at 800-235-0056. The deadline to enroll in this special prep opportunity is Wed., Apr. 25.

A portion of the proceeds benefits the College Park High School PTSA! 

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A message from Ms. Lowe - 
 

"Scholarship binder"

Many students have come to ask me about the "scholarship binder." Please note the "scholarship binder" has been replaced with a website to promote access to the local scholarships for our seniors, while being green.

 

Encourage your students to check it out and apply!
 
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Hello Parents and Students!

 

On Thurs., May 10 from 6:00-7:00pm in the College Park multi-use room, you are invited to hear about the coming college application process in the fall. The presentation will address how to approach admission season so families and students know what to expect. It will also help guide families to select schools that will offer the best financial aid packages for their child.

 

This night will best serve juniors and their parents, although sophomores who want to know what to expect may also attend with their parents.  

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The College Park track & field/cross-country program will be holding its first rummage sale on Sun., Apr. 29 in the College Park lower parking lot from 10:00am-2:00pm. 

 

Please stop by and help these teams of young men and women! We have lots of items from multiple families including Adidas warm ups, ASICS sports apparel, toys, clothing for all ages, games, books, sporting and camping equipment, tools, kitchen gadgets, home decorator items, small furniture, and even a wine cooler. 

 

Hope to see you there!

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Several deadlines have been extended for scholarship applications, please take advantage of this opportunity as it is free money for college.

 

Rotary Scholarships extended to Mon., Apr. 23

College Park PTSA Scholarship extended to Mon., Apr. 30

Vaugh Wassom Scholarship extended to Fri., May 4

 

All of these scholarships are available on the College Park College and Career website.

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It takes more than 200 volunteers to make Grad Nite a success for our Seniors. Volunteering for this event is so much fun. This year, and going forward, we want to try a 'pay it forward' approach. Therefore, please consider working the following shifts, if possible:

  • Parents of Juniors - 8:00-11:00pm
  • Parents of Sophomores - 11:00pm-2:00am
  • Parents of Freshman - 2:00-5:00am
  • Parent of Seniors are welcome to work, but should not be required

Click here to sign up and contact  Kalene Gomez with any questions.  Grab a friend and join in the fun! 

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College Park's first home STUNT Game (Spring Competitive Cheer) is Wed., Apr. 18 at 5pm in the Gym. 

Come and see this exciting head-to-head competition! Also, thanks to everyone who supported the CP STUNT fundraiser with Organic Coup. Hope to see you at the game!

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All Honorary Service Award nominations are due by Mon., Apr. 23. 
 

Nominees can include teachers, staff, students, parents in the CP community. Please click here to download a nomination form.
 

Nominations can be dropped off in the main office in the box marked HSA Nominations or emailed to Jennifer Tipton.

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Cleaning out your closets? We need your stuff! 

We will be holding our annual yard sale on Fri., Apr. 20 and Sat., Apr. 21 at 306 Brandon Court, Pleasant Hill from 8:00am-3:00pm.  

We will happily take most items in good condition: clothing, household goods, sporting equipment, bicycles, small furniture, etc. Please, no office-related items. This is a great fundraiser for our team and your donations are tax deductible. 
 

Item drop-off times until April 19:

  • Every Sunday (except Easter) 9:00am-1:00pm
  • Every Wednesday (except during Spring Break) 6:00-9:00pm

Or by appointment: contact Julie Lingenfelter or Stacey Lubeck.

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There are many scholarships with various deadlines available to CPHS graduating seniors this spring.
 

For example, consider applying for the Mary Lee Memorial Scholarship. This scholarship was implemented in April 2011 to remember Mary Lee, College Park High School Registrar. Mrs. Lee passed away on Mar. 22, 2011. She worked in the Mount Diablo Unified School District for 15 years. She is remembered for her enthusiastic willingness to help anyone in need. Her kindness and twinkling smile are legendary. 

Please submit the application for this scholarship by Fri., Apr. 13 at 3:00pm.
 

To download this scholarship application and learn about the many other scholarships offered this spring please click here.

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College Park High School Senior Ball is coming soon!

Date: Saturday, May 5, 2018           

Time: 8:00pm - 11:30pm

Location: Scottish Rites, 1547 Lakeside Drive, Oakland

CHECK IN: 6:15 PM at College Park

 

All Attendees Must Ride Busses to and from CPHS/Event

 

Tickets On Sale: April 9th through April 13th AT LUNCH ONLY or WEBSTORE


Prices: $130.00 with ASB Sticker - $135.00 without ASB Sticker

No Tickets will be sold after April 13th during lunch at the Treasurer's office. 
Webstore will close on April 13th at 11:59 AM.

 

Download the permission slip below or CLICK HERE to visit the Treasurer's page of the website.

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Hello Students!

 

On Fri., Apr. 13 come join the counselors in the College and Career Center during lunch. Bring your lunch and ask us the questions that you've been meaning to all year. 

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The Grad Nite Prize Committee is asking for donations of gift cards and actual items for the prize booth, an ongoing raffle during Grad Nite that is lots of fun for the graduating seniors! 
  • Gift card ideas:
    • gas, iTunes, Amazon, Target, The Habit, Chipotle, Starbucks, Panda Express, Cold Stone, Cream, movie tickets, BART tickets, any gift cards sold at local grocery or warehouse stores.
  • Any items that a young adult could use who is either going off to college, starting a career or for just plain fun!
    • Bluetooth speakers, power banks/chargers, ear buds, alarm clock, sports tickets, cosmetics, etc.

Drop off items and gift cards at the College Park main office (there is a Grad Nite mail box) or contact Katie Ferrari for pick up. You can also contact Katie (925) 858-2771 if you have any questions. Thank you so much for your support! 

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On Wed., Apr. 18 from 6:00-8:00pm, College Park will be hosting a Case Study Night for junior students and parents in the multi-use room.

 

The night will be led by college representatives who will give you a glimpse into how admissions panels review applicants. No sign up is required, but please be prompt.

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Our website is fixed! Please visit www.cpgradnite.com to purchase tickets. We are extending the $135 price for one more week! Prices will go up on Mon., April 16.

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The Math Department needs volunteers for our annual Math Field Day taking place on Friday, April 13, 2018 during the school day.

 

The math teachers have developed stations at which students will calculate area, circumference, slope, estimate volume and calculate geometric probability.

 

We have new stations this year along with some old favorites. AP Calculus students will be on hand to assist with the math. Students will be attending only during their math classes as directed by their own math teachers.


We need parent volunteers to help with the stations, coordinate the desserts (students must find volume before consuming) and more. (Math/science background is not required for volunteers.)


Select this link to sign up as a volunteer.   Questions?
Please contact Kathleen Strange at strangek@mdusd.org.
Thank you!

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ATTENTION! All students will have shortened RTI period on Wed., Apr. 11 and Thurs., Apr. 12 due to PSAT. 

All students, except sophomores, will start a 11:30am on Thurs., Apr. 12. There will be no zero period on Thurs., Apr. 12. 

Click here to download a copy of the schedule.

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Hello!

 

If your senior missed the previous DVC sessions, they have arrange two makeup sessions. These sessions will be held on DVC's campus in the Student services Center in the Assessment room on the first floor. Students need to email assessmentcenter@dvc.edu to register to attend either session on April 12th and April 18th at 3:15 pm

 

In order to attend students will need to complete the following steps:

 

  • Complete both Spring and Summer 2018 applications (needs to be completed before they email the assessment center)
  • Complete the online orientation www.dvc.edu/orientation
  • Bring their unofficial high school transcripts, and their completed Special Admit Form (all of this can be obtained by going to the College and Career Center during lunch). These need to be brought to the assessment session.
  • Physical photo identification (high school ID, driver's license, passport, etc.) We do not use photos of identification. Bring this to the assessment session. 

Please contact Ms. Lowe at loweh@mdusd.net if you have questions.

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Posted by: Web Master
Published: 3/29/18




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Link Crew application deadline has been moved to this Thursday, 3/29.  If you think you were nominated, but didn’t get an application go to S-8 and see Mr. Altschull for a replacement application.

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 3/28/18




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The 47th Annual Pleasant Hill Community Awards ceremony takes place on Tues., March 27 at the Pleasant Hill Community Center. This year there are 28 nominees for 15 awards including six teachers for Educator of the Year Award (see below)

If you are interested in attending the event, tickets may be purchase online at www.pleasanthillca.org/tickets or by calling the Chamber of Commerce at (925) 687-0700.
 
Nominee (School)  Nominated by 
Marji Calbeck (Valhalla Elem.)  Kathleen Strange 
Laima Haider (College Park High)  Heidi Taylor 
Ninfa Iglesias (Sequoia Middle)  Kevin Honey 
Bev Joukoff (Sequoia Elem.)  Glendaly Gascot 
Brendan Moseley (Pleasant Hill Middle)  Courtney Turner 
Stephanie Wilson (Strandwood Elem.)  Amanda Szakats
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Posted by: Web Master
Published: 3/27/18




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DVC Orientation session today

 
All of the information from DVC that has been shared with College Park thus far is available online. Click here to see this information.

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Orientation & assessments at DVC
College Park has reserved times for students to take their orientation and assessments as DVC. In order to attend the Orientation and Assessment Sessions students must do the following things:
  1. Complete their Spring 2018 and Summer 2018 applications
  2. Sign up with me (Ms Lowe) by providing their full name and DVC ID (this can be done in person or via email)
  3. Complete the Special Admit form by getting a counselor signature and listing the section of Counseling 095 they want to take (forms are located in the College and Career Center)
  4. Bring photo ID, transcript, and CAASPP score to the session

Sessions are happening on DVC's campus in the DVC assessment center at the following times:

  • Tues., March 27at 3:00pm
Click here to download a flyer with this information & directions to the Assessment Center. 
 

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Seniors--if you are interested in attending an application workshop for Los Medanos College, please email or contact Ms. Orozco in Student Services South for more information.
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Posted by: Web master
Published: 3/27/18




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If you need to make up a grade of a D or F, please see your counselor to get a Summer School application. Students can take up to 2 semester classes. 

Summer School will begin on June 18 and finish on July 20. Please see your counselor before March 30 for more information and to get an application.
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Published: 3/27/18




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There are many scholarships with various deadlines available to CPHS graduating seniors this spring.
 

For example, consider applying for the Mary Lee Memorial Scholarship. This scholarship was implemented in April 2011 to remember Mary Lee, College Park High School Registrar. Mrs. Lee passed away on Mar. 22, 2011. She worked in the Mount Diablo Unified School District for 15 years. She is remembered for her enthusiastic willingness to help anyone in need. Her kindness and twinkling smile are legendary. 

Please submit the application for this scholarship by Fri., Apr. 13 at 3:00pm.
 

To download this scholarship application and learn about the many other scholarships offered this spring please click here.

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Posted by: Web Master
Published: 3/26/18




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The Grad Nite Committee is currently looking for a Grad Nite Chair to take over the committee next school year. This can be a shared job between two people or one person can do it too!

Ideally, this person or persons can shadow the current chair, Jen Tipton, for the remainder of the year. If you would like to get involved, this is a great way to do so! 

Please contact Jen Tipton if you are interested in learning more.

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Published: 3/26/18




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If students are interested in taking courses at DVC, please encourage them come see their counselors.
 

Students are allowed to take classes concurrently at DVC while they are in high school with prior approval from the high school. They cannot earn credits on their College Park transcripts unless they are taking a class that is not offered here at CP. Any courses taken that are offered at CP will go on college transcripts for students to submit in addition to their high school transcripts when applying to colleges.
 

Only seniors are eligible for an open period. All other students interested in taking DVC classes must do so outside of their regular schedule here at CP.

 

Click here for more information .

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 3/26/18




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Family and friends are invited to send a note to a special graduating senior to receive on graduation night via the Grad Nite Post Office. This is an easy way to send a congratulatory message, thinking of you, favorite quote or wise words for the graduate. 

Anyone can send a message, so be sure to let your out of town family know this is available, especially if they won't be able to make graduation!  
 

Please note: the student must be attending Grad Nite in order to receive the message. Email messages to: cppostoffice2018@gmail.com by Tues., June 5. 
 

Please include:

  • Student's first and last name in the subject line of email. If I don't have a full name I won't know who to give the message to!
  • The sender's name at the end (so student will who is sending the message)

Messages will be printed and placed in the Graduate's post office box at Grad Nite! Interested in helping or have questions? Contact Denise Getty @ 925-352-6827. 

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 3/26/18




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HSA (Honorary Service Awards) are given to people in the College Park community every spring. If you know someone who has gone the extra mile for the school and/or community, please nominate them! 
 

This can include teachers, staff, students, parents in the CP community. Award recipients will receive their certificates at the PTSA meeting in May. Please click here to download a nomination form.
 

Nominations can be dropped off in the main office in the box marked HSA Nominations or emailed to Jennifer Tipton.

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 3/26/18




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Savannah College of Art and Design is visiting College Park on Mon., Mar. 26 at 11:30am. 

 

Come to the College and Career Center before that time to pick up a pass in order to attend and learn more about the benefits of going to a prestigious college to launch a professional, creative career.

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 3/21/18




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ATTENTION SENIORS:  Your graduation announcements and accessories will be delivered on Friday, March 23 during brunch and lunch in front of the Main Office.  This is the only delivery day by Jostens’ so all seniors must pick up their graduation announcements at that time!

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 3/21/18




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Hello Falcons!

 

Come take a practice SAT in the College Park library Monday, April 16th at 2:45. 

 

This test will be conducted with the help of C2 education. 

 

In order to register for the test, please email Ms. Lowe at loweh@mdusd.net or stop by the College and Career Center during lunch. The last day to register will be Friday, April 13th and seating is limited to 50 students.

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Posted by: HEATHER LOWE
Published: 3/21/18




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Savannah College of Art and Design is visiting College Park on Monday, March 26th at 11:30. 

 

Come to the College and Career Center before that time to pick up a pass in order to attend and learn more about the benefits of going to a prestigious college to launch a professional, creative career.

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Posted by: HEATHER LOWE
Published: 3/21/18




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The next coffee meeting will be on Fri., Mar. 23 at 7:15am in the College and Career Center (S7).

 

Please come if you have questions about the college, financial aid, scholarships, etc. This is a great opportunity to get your questions answered in a smaller more personal setting.

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 3/20/18




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Link Crew applications should be turned in to Mr. Altschull in Room S-8 or put in his faculty mailbox by the end of the quarter (Tues., Mar. 20).
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Posted by: Web master
Published: 3/20/18




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Posted by: Web master
Published: 3/20/18




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Give a special shout out to our theater performers who competed with over 1200 students from all across the state in performance and technical theatre categories this past weekend at the Ohlone College High School Theatre Festival!!  We sent in 14 entries and 5 were finalists!  Elanor Cheek won 2nd place overall for her horror make-up design!  Congratulations Elanor, the other finalists and all who dared to dream and compete on such a large stage!  It was a fantastic showing of our incredible talent at this school!

 

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 3/19/18




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Vote now through Friday for your Prom King and Queen.  

Download the 5 Star Student App

Log in with your credentials (bday and student ID)

Choose your winners!

 

OR go to:  http://vote.5starstudents.com/13efc1

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Posted by: KATE THOMAS
Published: 3/19/18




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Please join us for our monthly school site council meeting this Wednesday 3-4 pm.

 

Please click on agenda below for details.

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Published: 3/19/18




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The College Park Site Council is conducting a brief survey asking CPHS students, staff and parents for input in order to gain a better understanding of how the CPHS library is being utilized, and to highlight areas for future improvements.

 

Please take a moment to complete the survey at https://goo.gl/forms/d50WdwGgTkStdfZt1

 

The survey will be conducted from March 5th to March 25th, and we will publish highlights of the results in an upcoming Falcon Flyer this spring.

 

If you have any questions, please feel free to send an email to cphslibrary2.0@gmail.com.

 

On behalf of the College Park Site Council, thank you for your time and input.

 

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 3/19/18




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Last call for Senior Empowerment Group 
 
Calling all Seniors! Do you feel lost on what to do once you graduate? Join the Senior Empowerment Group! Go to your academic counselor to apply. 

This is the last call and last chance to apply so hurry! Meetings will begin Thurs., Mar. 22 to the end of the year during RTI. Ask your academic counselor now!
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Posted by: Web master
Published: 3/16/18




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Starting Mon., Apr. 9 the cost for tickets to Grad Nite goes up to $150.00. If you haven't purchased your ticket yet, don't wait till the last minute! 

Please visit www.cpgradnite.com to purchase tickets, complete two permission slips (one is online during the purchasing process, the other is a City of Concord waiver that needs to be downloaded, filled out and turned into the main office). 

You can also find out about how you can help out the night of the event! Any questions? Please contact Jennifer Tipton at cpgradnite@gmail.com.

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 3/16/18




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Hungry? How about a delicious chicken wrap, chicken sandwich or garlic or plain tater-tots? Or a healthy acai bowl?

Please support our new STUNT team every Wednesday in March by going to Organic Coup restaurant (Pleasant Hill, Crescent Plaza location). Mention College Park High School and Organic Coup will donate 10% of the days sales to the CPHS STUNT team. 
 

Come see our first home game on Wed., Apr. 18. The schedule is under STUNT (Competitive Spring Cheer) on http://www.collegeparkathletics.com/home.

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 3/16/18




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On Thursday, April 12th all sophomores at College Park will be taking the PSAT 10 during the school day. The test is offered to students for free and you do not need to register them. Please see the attached schedule to understand the modified schedule on April 11th and April 12th.

 

The PSAT 10 is a shortened version of the SAT that gives students a chance to practice standardized testing, and the scores are not sent to colleges.

 

See the attached powerpoint for what to expect on the test, and here is the link for practice questions as well. https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/psat-nmsqt-psat-10/practice/full-length-practice-tests

 

And lastly, attached are the materials that students should or should not bring with them on April 12th.

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Posted by: HEATHER LOWE
Published: 3/16/18




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Tickets will be on sale Monday 3/12 thru Friday 3/16 AT LUNCH ONLY or on webstore.  
No tickets will be sold after 3/16/18 at LUNCH.

 

Prices: $50.00 with ASB Sticker, $55.00 without ASB Sticker

Where: Boomers in Livermore

When:  Friday April 27, 2018  

Time: 9:00am to 2:40pm

Method of Transportation:  School Bus

 

Ticket Includes Mandatory Bus Transportation and Unlimited Tacos/Rice/Beans from Taqueria Los Gallos!

 

Download the Senior Lunch Permission Slip below or pick up in Student Services North.

 

 

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 3/16/18




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We are still in need of junior prom chaperones.  Prom will be March 24th at Livermore Community Center from 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm.  Chaperones will meet at CPHS to help board buses.  Please contact Kate Thomas at thomaskm@mdusd.org if you can help.

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Posted by: KATE THOMAS
Published: 3/15/18




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Dear students, staff, and community of CPHS:

 

The counseling team would like to send out a reminder to all in our school community that we are here to lend emotional support for those experiencing stress, anxiety, grief, or other hardships. Please know that your safety and mental/emotional well-being is at the top of our priority as school counselors and our doors are always open to those in need of support or simply in need of a safe space to be.

 

In light of recent tragic events in our nation, now more than ever we want to promote our commitment to support and protect all students at our school. Know that you are never alone at College Park and that help will always be available to you.

 

With love,

 

The CPHS Counseling Team

 

 

(Reminder--you can request an appointment to see your counselor using this google form link: goo.gl/iw54Eo)

 

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Posted by: Jazmin Orozco
Published: 3/14/18




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The CPHS choir program has been invited to participate in the Sounds of Summer music festival in New York in June 2019, the week after graduation. This exciting, once-in-a-lifetime experience will feature performances at Carnegie Hall and the famous Naumburg Bandshell in Central Park. All choir students in good standing will be eligible to go on the trip, including class of '19 seniors and current 8th graders who will be taking a choir class next year. Family members will be welcome and encouraged to purchase tour packages and travel along with the group. 

 

We will hold a meeting in the choir room (M2) from 7:00-8:00pm tonight (Tues., Mar. 13). We will discuss the trip itinerary, costs, eligibility requirements, fundraising opportunities, and possible sight-seeing activities.

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 3/13/18




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TONIGHT! (Tuesday, March 13, 2018)

PTSA General meeting at 6:00pm

Anti Hazing Presentation at 7:00pm

College Park Library

 

Parents, students and faculty members are encouraged to attend.

 

The AHA! Movement (Anti-Hazing Awareness) was created in memory of Matthew Carrington, who was killed by water hazing while pledging a fraternity in Chico, CA in 2005. He was a student at Ygnacio Valley HS and his younger brother attended College Park. 

 

Click here to watch a video of Debbie Smith, founder of AHA!, being interviewed about her work.


In 2017, there were three documented deaths in this country due to fraternity hazing.  The goal of AHA! is to end the senseless and tragic cycle of deaths from hazing by reaching out, empowering and educating young people.  

This Parent Ed night will initiate a productive conversation surrounding the dangers of hazing and how to recognize it, as well as interactive activities. Debbie Smith (Mathew's mother) will share his story, show video, explore alternatives to hazing and end with a Q&A. We will also discuss peer pressure, the difference between hazing and bullying, mindset, group mentality and making better choices. 

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 3/13/18




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Go onto College Park's College and Career Center website to fill out an application to possibly receive 30 hours of tutoring from C2 Education. 

Click here to check out the application for details and eligibility requirements!  

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 3/12/18




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The choir program brings the Renaissance to life every year with this annual dinner fundraiser show at 6:00pm on Fri., Mar. 9 & Sat., Mar. 10. 

The CPHS Multi-Use Room is converted into a candle-lit castle interior, as guests are treated to an evening of riotously funny entertainment, a meal eaten with the hands, the court of King Henry VIII, heraldic traditions, our very own jester, and the stunning a cappella music of the Renaissance.
 

Please click here to download an event flyer, and visit www.collegeparkchoirs.com for reservations, pricing, and more info.

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 3/9/18




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CPHS Jazz Rummage Sale on Saturday Mar 10th

8 am– 3 pm

College Park Parking Lot


Support the rummage sale fundraiser by donating unwanted household items and receive a tax deduction!  Spread the word to your friends and neighbors.  We will pick items up or you can drop them off beforehand or on the day of the sale.  Contact cpfalconfan@gmail.com 925 682-5952

All proceeds go towards the College Park Jazz Band and Jazz Ensemble trip to the Santa Cruz Jazz Festival.

 

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 3/9/18




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Parents of 8th grade students who live within College Park High School’s attendance area and are planning to attend College Park during the 2018-2019 school year, please be advised that College Park will be having an 8th Grade Parent Night on Thursday, March 15th from 6:00pm-6:30pm and Open House that same night from 6:30pm– 7:30pm.

 

Registration information and enrollment appointments are available now for new and returning students who are not currently enrolled at any of our feeder schools (Valley View, Pleasant Hill and Sequoia Middle schools) by contacting the Registrar office at aguilara@mdusd.org

 

To determine if your address falls within College Park’s attendance area, please visit the district’s website at www.mdusd.org On the HOME Page, click on “Our Schools” and then on “School Finder” (found on the left margin of page), and follow the prompts to determine the schools that align with your address.

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 3/9/18




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If you are planning on attending any senior functions (example Senior Ball, Senior Lunch, etc.), please make sure you are eligible to attend these activities and have not been placed on the activity restriction list.  

Students must have
  • a GPA of 2.0 or higher based on most recent quarter/semester grades,
  • no suspensions,
  • fewer than nine truancies. 

If you are not sure, see your Vice-principal for verification. 

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 3/8/18




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As we celebrate "Art in Schools" month, please recognize these incredible College Park student artists (see attachment below).

 

The arts are critical to fostering creativity and innovation while holistically developing them as healthy, well-balanced individuals, that prepares them with the skills and knowledge necessary to become successful in life, career and higher-learning in the 21st century.

 

Thank you for your recognition and continued support of these students and their artistic pursuits. 

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 3/8/18




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Seniors--if you are planning to attend Los Medanos College, please contact Ms. Orozco in Student Services South #4 or email orozcoj@mdusd.org if you are interested in attending an application workshop for LMC.

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Posted by: Jazmin Orozco
Published: 3/6/18




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Schedule for CPHS students
School starts at 10:25 for CP students

10:25-10:55     1st period

11:00-11:30      2nd period

11:35-11:45      BRUNCH

11:50-12:20      3rd period

12:25-12:55      4th period

1:00-1:30          LUNCH

1:35-2:05          5th period

2:10-2:40          6th period

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 3/6/18




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The Hiking Club will be selling corsages & boutonnieres in the Quad or library area until Thurs., Mar. 8. 

Come by to pre-order yours on Tuesdays and Thursdays at lunch time.
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Posted by: Web master
Published: 3/6/18




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Schedule for 8th-grade students
8:30 Arrival

  • Open House of electives, extra-curriculars, athletics

8:50 Presentation in Large Gym

  • Day in the Life of a CP student video
  • Principal Welcome
  • Overview of the morning
  • Elective video

9:30 Classroom presentations

10:15 Departure


 

Please be aware of the following altered school schedule for Tues., Mar. 6 to accommodate 8th-grade Matriculation Day.

 

Schedule for CPHS students
School starts at 10:25 for CP students

10:25-10:55     1st period

11:00-11:30      2nd period

11:35-11:45      BRUNCH

11:50-12:20      3rd period

12:25-12:55      4th period

1:00-1:30          LUNCH

1:35-2:05          5th period

2:10-2:40          6th period

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 3/6/18




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Please join us in the CPHS library on Tues., Mar. 6 from 6:30-7:30 pm. Ms. Thomas, the AVID Coordinator, will give information about the AVID program and application process.  

Contact Ms. Thomas with any questions.
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Posted by: Web master
Published: 3/5/18




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Come to College Park Theatre's first annual Dinner Theatre performances on Thurs., Mar. 1 and Fri., Mar. 2 at 6:00pm. 

You will be entertained and fed a full-course Italian meal!Buy presale tickets and save $5.00! Tickets are sold by Drama students and in D-1. 
 

General admission tickets are $30, $25 for seniors and children 3-17, and only $20 for students with an ASB sticker.Come enjoy a good murder mystery. Indulge in pasta and dessert, and watch the murder mystery be solved in front of your very eyes!

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 3/2/18




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Go onto College Park's College and Career Center website to fill out an application to possibly receive 30 hours of tutoring from C2 Education. 

Click here to check out the application for details and eligibility requirements!  

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 3/1/18




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The final Spirit Wear Pop-up Store of the year is coming up.  We'll be outside the main gym prior to Open House on Thurs., Mar. 15 from 5:30-7:30pm.  

Swing by and pick up those items you've had your eye or on or come on by to spend this year's spirit wear vouchers.  REMINDER! Spirit wear vouchers can only be redeemed in person at the Pop-up Store events. See you there!
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Posted by: Web master
Published: 3/1/18




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Congratulations to Katelyn Downing, our College Park winner, for taking third place at the 'Poetry Out Loud' county competition. 

 

Katelyn was invited to recite her poem last Tuesday for the Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors where the Board Chair, Karen Mitchoff, let us know she was a College Park alumna. 

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 3/1/18




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All of the information from DVC that has been shared with College Park thus far is available online. Click here to see this information.

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Orientation & assessments at DVC
College Park has reserved times for students to take their orientation and assessments as DVC. In order to attend the Orientation and Assessment Sessions students must do the following things:
  1. Complete their Spring 2018 and Summer 2018 applications
  2. Sign up with me (Ms Lowe) by providing their full name and DVC ID (this can be done in person or via email)
  3. Complete the Special Admit form by getting a counselor signature and listing the section of Counseling 095 they want to take (forms are located in the College and Career Center)
  4. Bring photo ID, transcript, and CAASPP score to the session

Sessions are happening on DVC's campus in the DVC assessment center at the following times:

  • Tues., March 20 at 3:00pm
  • Thurs., March 22 at 3:00pm
  • Tues., March 27at 3:00pm
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Posted by: Web master
Published: 3/1/18




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Cabin counselors are needed for an Outdoor Education program for Valhalla Elementary School. The program takes place in Marin County from April 17-20. 

If you are responsible, enthusiastic, energetic, and would enjoy working with 5th graders, please apply for this week of fun and lasting memories! 

Pick up an application in Student Services North or from Ms. Lowe in the College and Career Center.
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Posted by: Web master
Published: 3/1/18




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The WorkAbility Program and the Pleasant Hill Education Commission are sponsoring a Job / Career Fair. The fair is an excellent opportunity for students to learn about colleges and careers available after high school, as well as current summer job and part-time job openings. Visit the Career Center for a pass to attend the Fair!  Please dress professionally for the fair—your internship, summer job, or apprenticeship is waiting for you!

 

FRIDAY, MARCH 2, COLLEGE PARK HIGH SCHOOL, SMALL GYM.  3RD & 4TH PERIOD AND LUNCH (10:06-12:34-no pass needed during lunch).

 

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 3/1/18




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Hello Parents and Students!

 

The next coffee meeting will be on Friday, March 23rd at 7:15 AM in the College and Career Center, S7.

 

Please come if you have questions about the college, financial aid, scholarships, etc. This is a great opportunity to get your questions answered in a smaller more personal setting.

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Posted by: HEATHER LOWE
Published: 2/27/18




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Did you know that we have a new girls sports team at College Park High School? It's STUNT team. Okay, so what is STUNT team? Will our girls learn how to jump out of a 10-story burning building? Throw a punch in a Western brawl? No, it's not the stunts that we see in the movies--it's Cheer STUNT.

STUNT was chosen by the College Park High School Athletic department to promote teamwork, strength and technical skills for all team members. STUNT focuses on the technical and athletic components of cheer, including partner stunts, pyramids, basket tosses, group jumps and tumbling. These elements are put together in short routines that two teams  perform head-to-head on the floor at the same time. The team that executes the skills best wins the round and the point, and has the opportunity to determine which routine level will be called next. With four quarters of play STUNT is an exciting sport to play, coach and watch. 

The MDUSD STUNT league consists of six high schools: College Park, Acalanes, Concord, Alhambra, Miramonte, Clayton Valley and Los Lomas. The coaches and athletic departments have coordinated a flagship season that focuses on safety, mastery of technical STUNTS and friendly competition. 

STUNT season lasts through April. You can find the schedule by clicking here. We hope to see you at a College Park STUNT competition.

Please support our new STUNT team every Wednesday in March by going to Organic Coup restaurant (Pleasant Hill, Crescent Plaza location). They will donate 10% of the days sales to the CP STUNT team. 

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Stay involved at College Park! We need new voices on the PTSA Executive Board and we would love for you to join us. Most positions require very little time commitment.
 

Some of the open positions are:

  • Treasurer
  • VP Communications
  • VP Programs
  • VP Ways and Means
  • Parliamentarian

We also have some openings for new committee chairs. Meetings are held the second Tuesday of each month and last an hour. If you are interested, please contact Sara Silver.

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Published: 2/27/18




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Catalyst's SAT Bootcamp is a confidence-boosting weekend seminar that teaches students strategies for every type of question they're guaranteed to encounter on the SAT. 

Selected topics include how to:
  • Shortcut math questions that stump more than 90% of test-takers
  • Spot hidden clues that reveal the main idea in lengthy SAT Reading passages
  • Avoid the three sneaky ways the SAT's Writing & Language test tries to trick students
  • Use a proven template to earn perfect scores in reading, analysis, and writing on the SAT essay
Catalyst's SAT Bootcamp is not a mock test or an infomercial for our services. Students learn proven strategies from experts who earned perfect scores on the new SAT. Participants receive 8 hours of instruction, Catalyst's 408-page SAT Bootcamp book, bonus online instruction, and personalized feedback.
 
SAT Bootcamp at College Park High School
Sat., Mar. 3, 9:00am-1:00pm AND
Sun., Mar. 4, 9:00am-1:00pm
(Students attend all days.)
 
Tuition is just $175. To enroll visit www.CatalystPrep.comand click on the Bootcamp Sign-Up tab on the website's menu bar, or click here or call us at 800-235-0056. The deadline to enroll in this special prep opportunity is Wed., Feb. 28.
 
A portion of the proceeds benefits the College Park High School PTSA!

 

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Published: 2/27/18




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CSF (California Scholarship Federation) applications for winter semester are now being accepted.

You must do the following for your application to be valid & accepted:
  • turn it in to the College Park Treasurer's office
  • attach your $5 membership dues
  • attach a copy of your January 2018 report card/grades
  • turn it in by Wed., Feb. 28

No applications for winter semester will be accepted after Wed., Feb. 28.

Applications are available on the CPHS website or by clicking here. Please see the application for detailed membership requirements and follow the instructions carefully.   

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Published: 2/26/18




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You're invited to attend and listen to our CPHS student compete against other students in our geographic area. 

 

Our CP student made it through the first level of the competition.

This next level competition is on Tuesday March 6th at the PH City Hall at 7:00 PM,

 

Find more info on the Lions club website at http://www.ssf2.bravesites.com/

 

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Published: 2/26/18




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Parents and Community,

 

Today there was a police incident related to College Park High School. Please see attached for the details. The safety and security of your student are important to our team and we will remain vigilant in keeping your students as safe as possible.

 

Sincerely,

Joseph G. Alvarez

Principal

College Park High School

925 682 7670

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Published: 2/23/18




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The Animal Rescue Club is having a fundraiser at Milk Tea Lab off Contra Costa Blvd. Come out on Thurs., Mar. 1 from 6:00-10:00pm to show your support.  

You MUST bring a physical flyer to contribute.  Flyers are available in the Main Office.
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Published: 2/23/18




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Hello parents and students!

The next coffee meeting will be today (Fri., Feb. 23) at 7:15am in the College and Career Center, S7.

 

Please come if you have questions about college, financial aid, scholarships, etc. This is a great opportunity to get your questions answered in a smaller more personal setting.

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Published: 2/23/18




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Enrollment deadline for March 3&4 SAT Bootcamp is Wed., Feb. 28
 
Catalyst's SAT Bootcamp is a confidence-boosting weekend seminar that teaches students strategies for every type of question they're guaranteed to encounter on the SAT. 

Selected topics include how to:
  • Shortcut math questions that stump more than 90% of test-takers
  • Spot hidden clues that reveal the main idea in lengthy SAT Reading passages
  • Avoid the three sneaky ways the SAT's Writing & Language test tries to trick students
  • Use a proven template to earn perfect scores in reading, analysis, and writing on the SAT essay 
Catalyst's SAT Bootcamp is not a mock test or an infomercial for our services. Students learn proven strategies from experts who earned perfect scores on the new SAT. Participants receive 8 hours of instruction, Catalyst's 408-page SAT Bootcamp book, bonus online instruction, and personalized feedback.
 
SAT Bootcamp at College Park High School
Sat., Mar. 3, 9:00am-1:00pm AND
Sun., Mar. 4, 9:00am-1:00pm
(Students attend all days.)
 
Tuition is just $175. To enroll visit www.CatalystPrep.com and click on the Bootcamp Sign-Up tab on the website's menu bar, or click here or call us at 800-235-0056. The deadline to enroll in this special prep opportunity is Wed., Feb. 28.
 
A portion of the proceeds benefits the College Park High School PTSA!
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Published: 2/22/18




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The CPHS choir program has been invited to participate in the Sounds of Summer music festival in New York in June 2019, the week after graduation. This exciting, once-in-a-lifetime experience will feature performances at Carnegie Hall and the famous Naumburg Bandshell in Central Park. All choir students in good standing will be eligible to go on the trip, including class of '19 seniors and current 8th graders who will be taking a choir class next year. Family members will be welcome and encouraged to purchase tour packages and travel along with the group. 

 

We will hold a meeting in the choir room (M2) from 7:00-8:00pm on Tues., Mar. 13. We will discuss the trip itinerary, costs, eligibility requirements, fundraising opportunities, and possible sight-seeing activities.

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Published: 2/20/18




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Do you enjoy expressing yourself creatively? Do you have a writing, painting, drawing, photograph, ceramics or glass project that you want to share with the world? 

Submit to YouThink magazine by Mon., Mar 5 to be considered for publication in the school's literary magazine. Folders will be in your English and Arts classes.
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Published: 2/20/18




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Hello Sophomore parents!

 

College Now is a program offered by Mt. Diablo School District wherein high school students take college classes at DVC.

 

If you are interested in finding out more information about the College Now program, then we would recommend attending these information sessions.


Click here for a flyer in English and/or click here for a flyer in Spanish.
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Published: 2/20/18




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Dance III auditions!
 
Auditions for Dance III are on Wed., Feb. 21 and Thurs., Feb. 22 in the big gym during RTI. 

Come to an information meeting today (Tues., Feb. 20) in P-1 at lunch.
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Published: 2/20/18




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Get updates about College and Career happenings at College Park by following CP Career Center username: cpfuture

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Published: 2/20/18




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CP Instrumental Music Sampler - Cocktail Hour Fundraiser 

 

Have Fun and Support Instrumental Music at CPHS

 

Bring your friends and neighbors for a fun evening of great music, delicious appetizers, desserts and fun raffle basket prizes.

The Music Sampler will feature:

     Performances by Student run Duets, Trios and Small Ensembles. 

     Pre-concert social in the St. Andrews Celebration Center with appetizers & desserts, wine and beer. 

     Beverages will feature Ales by Booster parent and Award Winning Brewmaster Steve Hieta 

     Raffle prizes!

 

When: Thursday, March 1, 2018

            5:30 to 7:00pm Social (appetizers and raffle)

            7:00 pm Concert

Where: St. Andrews Presbyterian Church  1601 Mary Drive Pleasant Hill

Admission: $20 includes pre-concert reception

Reception at 5:30 pm and Concert at 7:00 pm

Raffle: $5 per ticket, $20 for 5 tickets, $25 for your height in raffle tickets.  Purchase raffle tickets presale or at the event.  Must be present to win.

 

Pre Order Ticket form downloadable (see attachment), at http://mkt.com/cpimb and available at the door.

 

Proceeds benefit College Park Instrumental Music Program.

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Published: 2/19/18




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Auditions for Dance III are on Wed., Feb. 21 and Thurs., Feb. 22 in the big gym during RTI. 

Come to an information meeting on Tues., Feb. 20 in P-1 at lunch.
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Come out and support the Class of 2020! Come to Chipotle in downtown Pleasant Hill on Mon., Feb. 19 from 4:00-8:00pm. 

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Hello Sophomore parents!

 

College Now is a program offered by Mt. Diablo School District wherein high school students take college classes at DVC.

 

If you are interested in finding out more information about the College Now program, then we would recommend attending these information sessions.

 

Monday, March 5, 2018     6:30 pm           Ygnacio Valley HS Library

 

Thursday, March 8, 2018  6:30 pm            Willow Creek Center,                                                                                      South Room

                                                                   1026 Mohr Lane, Concord

 

Monday, March 12, 2018        6:30 pm           Mt. Diablo HS Library

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Published: 2/16/18




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Hello Senior Falcons and parents!

Many students have come to ask me about the "scholarship binder." 

Please note the "scholarship binder" has been replaced with a website to promote access to the local scholarships for our seniors, while being green.


Encourage your students to check it out and apply!
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Published: 2/13/18




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Junior Prom tickets will be on sale until Thurs., Feb. 15 at lunch only or via the CPHS webstore.

 

Date:  Sat., Mar. 24            

Time:  8:00-11:00pm

Location:  Livermore Community Center (4444 East Avenue, Livermore)

Check in: 6:15pm at CPHS (all attendees must ride buses to and from CPHS/event)

Prices: $120.00 with ASB sticker or $125.00 without ASB sticker

Deadline: No tickets will be sold on campus after Thurs., Feb. 15 during lunch at the Treasurer's office. The CPHS webstore will close for Prom ticket sales on Thurs. Feb 15 at 11:59am.

 

Please download, print and turn in your permission slip (attached below) to the Treasurer's office.

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Published: 2/13/18




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If you took the practice SAT in the library in January with Princeton Review, your scores have been emailed to you using the address that you provided. 


If you did not receive it, contact Ms. Lowe and she will help you retrieve it.
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Published: 2/12/18




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In case you are having trouble coming up with ideas of what to do with your summer, I've been updating the College & Career Center website with different opportunities that are available. 

These are by no means the only option available to you, but I would recommend investigating/planning your summer earlier because August can roll around faster than you think.

 

Juniors: Check out Questbridge. It's a lengthy application and has very specific requirements for eligibility, but it provides amazing financial aid.
 

Freshmen: Check out SMASH. It's a summer program for minority students.
 

Stay tuned for more!

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Published: 2/9/18




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Every student who attends Grad Nite will need to turn in a City of Concord waiver! Even if you have bought your ticket, you will not be let in without a waiver turned in. 

Visit www.cpgradnite.com to download this form. When you are on this website, in the upper right hand corner click on ticket information and you will see a dropdown box, click City of Concord waiver. 

Download it, print it, read it, sign it, (have a parent sign it if you are under 18) and turn it in to the main office in the basket marked Grad Nite. These need to be turned in before Grad Nite!
 

Any questions? Please contact Jennifer Tipton at cpgradnite@gmail.com.

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Published: 2/9/18




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The new Journalism class at College Park has launched a new website the THE CLAW! Check us out and subscribe at: https://cpswoop.com/ to receive the latest news and articles about all the great things happening at College Park!

 

  

The Claw

cpswoop.com

 

The Claw is the official online and print newspaper of College Park High School. The website is updated every two weeks. The newspaper will be printed once a quarter throughout the school year. The paper and website is a product of Mr. Castro’s journalism class and his students:

Antonio Aird-Shires, Emma Cole, Will Ennis, Alexis Esparza, Zoe Holzer, Jamie Kang, Bailey Keck, Linda Salas, Travis Penniall, Jessica Rosas, Camdyn Simpson, and Naomi Zuniga.

The class and the paper offer a space for students to explore issues and events affecting their school and local community, in addition to national and international events. Students are provided with the opportunity to express themselves and have a voice that may be shared on a digital and print platform. Guest writers are welcome to contact us and inquire about upcoming stories or present ideas. Opinion pieces express the thoughts and ideas of the individual writer, not the paper as a whole.

 

Photo Submissions

Submit photos of CP events to florescastrom@mdusd.net. Please include your first and last name and grade level if applicable. Also, include first and last names and grade levels of students or CP staff in photos.

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Published: 2/9/18




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Ice cream treats for Honor Roll students will be handed out during RTI this week. 

Seniors and juniors will be released during RTI on Wed., Feb. 14. Sophomores and freshman will be released during RTI on Thurs., Feb. 15. Students must have their postcard in hand to get their treat.

 

Parent help is needed to help set up, unload ice cream and hand out treats to students. If you can spare an hour of time on Feb. 14 and/or Feb. 15, please sign up here. Thank you!

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Published: 2/9/18




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For the first time ever we have yearbook buddy ads for Seniors! Have you and your friends been friends for a long time? 

Get a buddy ad in the yearbook for only $30! Go to yearbookordercenter.com and enter 12547. There is limited space, so first come-first served!

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Published: 2/8/18




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For the first time ever we have yearbook buddy ads for Seniors! Have you and your friends been friends for a long time? Get a buddy ad in the yearbook for only $30 – Go to yearbookordercenter.com and enter 12547  There is limited space so first come, first serve!

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Published: 2/8/18




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Hello parents and students!

 

The next coffee meeting will be on Fri., Feb. 23 at 7:15am in the College and Career Center, S7.

 

Please come if you have questions about college, financial aid, scholarships, etc. This is a great opportunity to get your questions answered in a smaller more personal setting.

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Published: 2/6/18




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Baseball tryouts continue this week
 
All players interested in trying out for the baseball team should be aware that tryouts will be held Feb. 5-10 at the CP baseball diamond. 

Mon., Feb. 5-Fri., Feb. 9  

Frosh 3:15-5:15pm 

JV/Var 3:15-5:45pm

 

Sat., Feb. 10

Var/JV 9:00am-1:00pm

Frosh 2:00-5:00pm

 

***No player will be permitted to tryout without completing his on-line clearance/medical forms. Forms can be downloaded at www.collegeparkathletics.com

 

Players new to the program and all incoming Frosh players need to wear a plain white T-shirt with the player's last name printed clearly on the top/back. His grade should also be printed in large numbers on the back of the T-shirt as his number.

 

Any winter sport athlete intending to come out for baseball must contact Coach Tarp directly during the week of tryouts. The athlete will be expected to come out the day after his winter sport concludes and will be given a 3-day tryout.

 

Initial teams/rosters will be posted on the purple equipment shed on the morning of Mon., Feb. 12. 

 

Any questions should be directed to Coach Tarp at the baseball diamond between February 5-10. 


 

Volleyball tryouts this week
 

Boys' volleyball tryouts began on Mon., Feb. 5. All returning players and anyone interested in volleyball should attend tryouts. Those playing a winter sport will need to wait until your sport is over before coming to tryouts. Ensure that you have followed the steps and be cleared before trying out. 
 

If you have any questions please contact Coach Steveor 925-899-6952.
Tues., Feb. 6  JV 3:00-5:00pm
frosh/soph 5:00-7:00pm
varsity 7:00-9:00pm 
small gym 
Wed., Feb. 7  3:00-5:00pm  small gym 
Thurs., Feb. 8  no practice   
Fri., Feb. 9  JV 3:00-5:00pm
frosh/soph 5:00-7:00pm
varsity 7:00-9:00pm 
small gym 


Softball tryouts going on now; parent meeting on Thursday
 
Softball tryouts started on Mon., Feb. 5 at 3:00pm.
There will be a parent meeting on Thurs., Feb. 8 at 6:00pm in the CPHS library.
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Published: 2/2/18




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Thirty-Second District PTA serves the youth and families of Contra Costa County. Each year, we award up to four $500.00 scholarships to high school seniors graduating from Contra Costa County high schools that participate in an active PTSA. These scholarships focus on the categories of:

  • school volunteering
  • community service
  • personal challenge and 
  • exemplification of PTA values 

Scholarship applicants must be in good standing at their school, and have a grade point average of 2.0; transcripts are not required. Applicants must also be a member of your high school PTSA.

 

Does your student fit these criteria? Click here for more information and an application. The deadline for applications is Mon., Feb. 5 and awards will be presented to recipients at the PTA Founders Day Dinner on February 27.

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Published: 2/2/18




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Families from throughout the community are coming together to host a pasta feed fundraiser on Mon., Feb. 5 at 5:00pm at College Park in honor of Ryan Josephs.  

One hundred percent of the proceeds will got toward the purchase of a wheelchair-accessible van for the family. You can purchase tickets by clicking here. Click here to download a flyer about the event.

If you're interested in participating but can't make the pasta feed, the ticket link also provides the option for donations.  Thanks for your continued support of our fellow Falcon family!
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Published: 2/2/18




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Dear CPHS Parents and Guardians,

For the last three years, CPHS has included an RTI (Response to Intervention) period in the CPHS bell schedule. (RTI occurs on Wednesdays and Thursdays for approximately one hour each day.) RTI is a time during the school day in which students can participate in enrichment and/or intervention activities. Most students choose to complete homework, make up tests, or get additional teacher help during this RTI time. Activities in the past include participating in math competitions, planning and presenting Human Rights Assemblies, and receiving information about college and career.

We are interested in knowing if you support RTI and/or if you have ideas for enrichment/intervention activities during this RTI time. Any idea you submit must be related to one of our School-wide Learner Outcomes* (see below)

Please keep in mind that we are limited by our school size, the available facilities, and contract agreements. We have also learned that trying to introduce too many ideas can lead to a breakdown in the system, so please understand that not all supported ideas can be implemented quickly. (Students will be given a separate survey.) 

Thanks for your feedback,
CPHS Staff

RTI Survey for Parents/Guardians
Please complete by Fri., Feb. 2.

*School-wide Learner Outcomes
Please be sure your RTI Idea fits one of these categories:
  • Effective Communicator
  • Community Contributor
  • Complex Thinker
  • Effective and Ethical User of Technology
  • Self-Direct Learner
  • Global Citizen and Responsible Worker
  • Health and Wellness Advocate
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Published: 2/2/18




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The 47th Annual Community Awards Night will be held on Tues., Mar. 27 at the Pleasant Hill Community Center on Civic Drive. The event includes awards for Citizen of the Year, Business of the Year, Teen of the Year, Teacher of the Year, Education Supporter of the Year, Mayor's Award, several Green Awards and others.

If you would like to nominate a teacher, volunteer, business, resident or organization for any of these awards, please complete the nomination form on the city's website at www.pleasanthillca.org/awardsAll nominations are due no later than Mon., Feb. 5.

The nomination criteria for each award are available on the City's website at www.pleasanthillca.org/awards. For more information about the event or nominations, please email mnelis@pleasanthillca.org or call (925) 671-5229. 

Tickets for Community Awards Night are available through the Chamber of Commerce by calling 687-0700 or online at www.pleasanthillca.org/tickets.

The school of the teacher who wins the Teacher of the Year receives a $1,000 award.
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Published: 2/2/18




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Saturday, February 3

Pleasant Hill Community Center

 

This year we are using SignUp.com for the Athletic Boosters Crab Feed event volunteers. We rely heavily on volunteers to pull this event off. Please visit the site and scroll thru the many adult volunteer opportunities. You are sure to find something to fit your schedule.  
 

Here's how it works in 3 easy steps:  

  1. Click HERE to visit the site.
  2. Enter your email address: (You DO NOT need to register an account, simply click on GUEST)
  3. Review the opportunities and choose your spots; SignUp.com will send you an automated confirmation and reminders. Easy!

NOTE:  

SignUp.com does not share your email address with anyone. If you have any questions, please email Trisha Corey
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Published: 2/2/18




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DVC will be at College Park for an enrollment session for seniors during RTI on Thurs., Feb. 15. In order to attend, you must get a pass from Ms. Lowe in the College and Career Center before school or during lunch by Wed., Feb. 14. Space is limited as we are meeting in the library so there will be another session on Feb. 22. 

 

DSS Enrollment Session

On Thurs., Feb. 15 during RTI the Disability Support Service office at DVC will host a session in the library's computer lab. This is an ideal session for students who currently have an IEP, 504, etc. To get a pass students must see Ms. Lowe in the College and Career Center during lunch or before school by Wed., Feb. 14.

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Published: 2/1/18




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On Monday, February 5th at 2:45 in the library there will be a practice ACT scoreback night. If you took the practice test you will get your score back. Come to hear more about the ACT and standardized testing from Lafayette Academy!

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Published: 1/30/18




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Students wishing to apply for admission to next year's  Chemistry Honors class must complete an applicationand submit it with their completed course cards to their English teachers.

 

If you have any questions or concerns, contact Mr. Hellman.

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Published: 1/30/18




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Dear College Park,

Between January 4 and January 25, 2018, students using mdusd.net emails addresses were only receiving emails from mdusd.net or mdusd.org email addresses. Any emails from outside email addresses, such as companies and colleges, would not have been received by the student during this period in time.  

 

As this may be a concern to students filling out college applications and/or financial aid forms, we are asking that students be encouraged to check-in with institutions, for status updates, login in to their college portal  directly to see if there are outstanding items needed.

 

While unfortunately, we do not have full access to emails that may have been rejected during this time, we do have a report of emails that were rejected from mdusd.net accounts from .edu email addresses. Ms. Lowe was given a list of email headings and is in the process of reaching out to seniors about potentially urgent matters. Thank you for your support on this unfortunate situation. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.

 

Sincerely,

Joshua Wittman

wittmanj@mdusd.org
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Published: 1/30/18




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Attention parents! ASB Leadership is in need of small plastic water bottle donations for the Winter Dance on Sat., Jan. 27.

 

Please bring donations by today to Ms. Thomas in room J-5 (after checking into the office). 

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Published: 1/26/18




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Practice SAT & ACT at College Park in January
 

If you are currently a junior, now is the time to be practicing standardized testing for college admissions.

 

Practice SAT- Monday, January 29

The test will be held in the library starting at 2:45pm. Please bring a calculator and pencils.

 

To register for either practice test, see Ms. Lowe before school or during lunch in S7. To reserve your spot for either practice test you must make a $10 deposit that will be returned to you upon completion of your test. Please ask Ms. Lowe about cancellation details.

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Published: 1/26/18




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On Sat., Jan. 27 we will be holding our Winter Dance from 7:00-10:00pm in the CPHS gym. We are looking for donations of water and ice as well as parents to help decorate and chaperone. We will be decorating from 8:00am-noon on Sat., Jan. 27 and need parent help to climb ladders and hang lights. 

If you can help in any way (water, ice, decorating, chaperone) please contact Kate Thomas.
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Published: 1/25/18




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Multi Cultural Rally:  March 16th

Auditions:  2/13 (Big Gym, 3 pm - 4:15 pm)

Performer list posted:  2/14 (outside J5)

Performer meeting:  2/15 (lunch, J5)

Contracts due:  2/20 lunch in J5)

RTI Rehearsals:  3/1

Rehearsal:  3/5 (Big gym, after school)

RTI Rehearsal:  3/8

 

Parent Performance Night

March 12, 2018

6:00 pm 

Big Gym

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Published: 1/22/18




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AVID Course Card Night: join us for information regarding course cards, classes for next year, and class selection.  9th-11th grade students and parents.

Tuesday, 1/23/18

6:30 pm

CPHS Library

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Posted by: KATE THOMAS
Published: 1/22/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Dear Parents,

Your input is needed and appreciated!

 

Please complete the parent survey with the link below:

https://surveys.wested.org/csps/AH243AA

 

 

What is it?

 

The California School Climate, Health, and Learning Survey (CAL-SCHLS) System comprises three interrelated surveys developed for and supported by the California Department of Education: California Healthy Kids Survey, California School Staff Survey and California School Parent Survey.


These surveys provide schools and districts with critical information about the learning and teaching environment, the health and well-being of students, and supports for parents, school staff, and students that foster learning and school success. When used together, data from these three surveys help assess the needs, concerns, and successes of the whole school community – teachers, students, and parents – and allow schools and districts to compare perceptions about the status of these areas across stakeholder groups.

 

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 1/19/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

 

 
 

Hello Parents and Seniors!

 

Many of you have finished or are almost done with college applications. I need you to update Naviance with all of the colleges you've applied to or did not end up applying to.

 

Why is this important? I'm sending midyear reports based on the applications that are in Naviance, and if you don't have a college application in your account then that important information won't get sent, and that jeopardizes your application.

 

So update Naviance with every college you applied to whether it's a CSU, UC, out-of-state public school, or private school and indicate that you sent your application.

 

Please email me if you have questions, or if you are a student come to my room during lunch.

Thank you,

Ms. Lowe

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 1/19/18




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents
 
 

Don't miss the next spirit wear pop-up store on Tues., Jan. 23 from 6:00-8:00pm.

We'll be set up outside the gym for the Boy's Basketball game (vs Acalanes). New items are coming in daily: magnets, hats, pop-sockets and more to come. 

This is a great chance to see our new items or to spend those vouchers. REMINDER: vouchers can only be redeemed in person!

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 1/19/18




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents
 
 
On Tues., Jan. 23 we will be having an AVID course card night. We will have your child's actual course cards and will be going over what classes he/she should take next year.  We will meet at 6:30pm in the CPHS library. 
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Posted by: Web master
Published: 1/19/18




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents
 
 

Come join us for the informational meeting on Tues., Jan. 23 at 6:00pm in the school library.

 Click here to access the Team Page. 

 

The meeting will have additional details regarding practice times & meet locations/times. 

 

Dates: Spring track will begin on Mon., Feb. 5

Meet our coaches:

Head Coach - Gil Llacuna

Coach Trish - Track

Coach Miguel - Throw

Coach Treigh - Track

Coach Dave Holland - Pole Vault 

 

We look forward to welcoming back last year's members and all newcomers for another fun spring track and field season!

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 1/19/18




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents
 
For students interested in auditioning for the spring musical theater production, Legally Blonde, there will be a mandatory informational meeting in the choir room (M-2) on Mon., Jan. 22, after school from 2:45-3:30pm. 

The meeting will provide information about the casting process, the production calendar, the student contract, and audition requirements. 

If you have sports practice or another conflict after school, see Mr. Gardner or Mr. Rockwell for the information and a copy of the audition contract. Auditions will be held the last week of January, and sign-ups for auditions will be in Student Services North.
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Posted by: Web master
Published: 1/19/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage
 
The Mock Trial team is meeting in Mr. Nolan's room on Mon., Jan. 22 at lunch time. 
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Posted by: Web master
Published: 1/19/18




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents

On Tues, Jan 23rd, Valley View Middle & College Park High will host a parent meeting for second language learner families.

 

Please click on the attachment below for details.

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 1/19/18




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents
 

If you are currently a junior, now is the time to be practicing standardized testing for college admissions.

 

Practice ACT- Monday, January 22

The test will be held in the library starting at 2:45pm. Please bring a calculator and pencils.

 

Practice SAT- Monday, January 29

The test will be held in the library starting at 2:45pm. Please bring a calculator and pencils.

 

To register for either practice test, see Ms. Lowe before school or during lunch in S7. Please ask Ms. Lowe about cancellation details.

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 1/19/18




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents
 

Come to the College and Career Center (S7) on Fri., Jan. 19 at 7:15am for coffee and donuts with counselors. 

This is a perfect time to ask questions about the college application process in a more personal environment.

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 1/19/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Dear AP Student & Parent/Guardian,

 

Registration to sign up for Advanced Placement exams has begun.

 

To Register for AP tests: Students and parents will log on to the website, TotalRegistration (TR). Access this website through a link on your school’s website home page, or by typing this URL into your browser: www.TotalRegistration.net/AP/050659 Ms. Lowe will visiting every AP class beginning next week to help explain registration.

 

If you took AP tests last year, use your same email log-in and password. After you have filled all of the required boxes and chosen your test(s), you can print your confirmation.  TR will collect your test fees, payable with a credit or debit card, or by mailing a personal or cashier’s check, or money order to TR along with a copy of your test Confirmation Page.

 

Test cost: $98.00 per test when you register between January 15 and March 12, 2018. (You are highly encouraged to place your order as soon as you have established your tests. Don’t miss out, or incur late charges!)

 

Late Registration:  $153.00 ($55 late charge) per test from March 13-16.

 

Reduced Fee: Eligible students must use the same TR website to pay $5.00 per test. You must register between January 15 and March 16, 2018 and supply Ms. Lowe with a signed copy of your Free or Reduced eligibility form.

 

SSD: All accommodation requests and documentation must be submitted to College Board no later than February 23, 2018. Make sure that accommodations are up to date if you have been previously approved. It is recommended that you start this process as soon as possible.

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Posted by: Web Master
Published: 1/18/18




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents

THIS EVENT IS CANCELLED.

 

This January, prep for two tests for the price of one with Catalyst's special SAT & ACT Combo program!

-8 two-hour content and strategy sessions.
-4 full-length, proctored practice exams.
-Catalyst's 500-page prep book for both the SAT and ACT.

Location: College Park High School

 

Click on the flyer below for details

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 1/17/18




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents
 

With course selections for the 2018-19 school year coming up soon, freshmen students and their parents may want to review this PDF document describing the district's innovative Creative Arts Honor Roll program. 

 

The honor roll is available to graduating seniors who stay successfully enrolled in the visual and performing arts during their high school years. In order to plan their course selections, freshmen should read about the benefits of the program, and requirements to stay eligible.

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 1/16/18




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents

College Park community, we had a traumatic injury this past Wednesday.

 

Everyone's friend, 16 year old College Park High School Falcon sophomore Ryan Joseph, son of Castro Valley High School and UC Berkeley Alum and Kristin Joseph and De La Salle Hall of Famer and Grinnell College Alum Tom Joseph, suffered a life-changing C4 spinal cord injury in a JV wrestling match this past Wednesday, January 10th, 2018.  Ryan is currently paralyzed from the neck down and requires assistance breathing.  Hopes and prayers are for Ryan to have a speedy recovery and one day regain mobility for independent living.  Ryan is being well-treated at the John Muir Trauma ICU in Walnut Creek. Unfortunately, he is unable to receive visitors at this time, but cards are welcome.  

 

Ryan is well-known by friends, teachers and coaches for his charm, exceptional wit and humor.  His family gives heartfelt thanks for the kindness and support they have received from the many communities Ryan has touched at College Park, Pleasant Hill Middle School where his sister is an 8th grader, and Pleasant Hill Elementary School.  Special thanks to his beloved CP wrestling team where he was a first year JV at 160 pounds, and his CP lacrosse team where he was a freshman JV captain face-off midfielder.  A loyal Golden State Warriors fan, Ryan admires Andre Iguodala for his selflessness, intelligence and willingness to help in any way.  

 

A Go Fund Me for Ryan has been started to help support his family with medical expenses, rehabilitation and home accessibility.  Please help support Ryan in his time of need using the link below:

 

https://www.gofundme.com/help-our-teammate-ryan

 

The family may be contacted through Ryan’s uncle Mike Halket at helpryanjoseph@gmail.com

 

Go Falcons!  

 

*Ryan's dad Tom Joseph coached at De La Salle and his uncle Mike Halket was a  wrestling coach at Dublin HS.

 

Jim Keck

Department Chair Physical Education

Athletic Director

College Park High School

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 1/15/18




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents
 

Our community wants your input about the new library. Please consider joining one of these upcoming community discussions.  

 

Tues., Jan. 23 at 3:00pm at the Pleasant Hill Library. Focus group with families and teachers in K-12 (All teachers and families welcome - no need to RSVP.)  

 

Tues., Jan. 23 at 7:00pm at the PH Community Center. Town Hall format. All are welcome and encouraged to attend.

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 1/14/18




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents

Do you have a secret talent? Can you dance, sing, or perform cool tricks? This year’s talent show is rapidly approaching! Come audition to show off your talent next Wednesday and Thursday from 3 – 5 after school. Sign-ups are on the counter in Student Services North. Hope to see you there!

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 1/12/18




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents
 
 

The Mt. Diablo Unified School District Board of Education approved the 2018/2019 and 2019/2020 school year calendars on Mon., Jan. 8, 2018.

 

In 2018, school will start on Thurs., Aug. 16. In 2019, school will start on Thurs., Aug. 15.

 

Click here to download the approved calendar.

Click here to review the minutes of the action taken at the MDUSD Board meeting.

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 1/12/18




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents
 
 

Thank you so much for the outpouring of donations that we received for this year's Holiday Outreach program. We were able to collect just under $7,000 to help our students in need. 

This is enough to fund our Outreach program for the 2017-2018 school year. We were overwhelmed by the generosity of our College Park families and our wider community.

 

THANK YOU!

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 1/12/18




Audience: Teachers, Homepage, Students, Students, Academic Departments and Homepage

Do you like numbers? Does "balancing the books" sound like music to your ears?! If so then we need you!  

 

Grad Nite currently has a Treasurer, however this is her last year and would like to work with someone for the remainder of this year to make the transition easier for next year. Familiarity with Quickbooks is a plus, but not required as it is something she can help you learn.  

 

If you are interested or have any questions, please email Jennifer Tipton. 

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 1/12/18




Audience: Teachers, Homepage, Students, Students, Academic Departments and Homepage

If you are a student at CPHS and love to draw, organize, use social media, manage your money, take photos and videos, or have a general interest in robotics and/or business, you are invited to our meeting next Tuesday (Jan. 16) at lunch in D-8. 

 

At the meeting, there will be information about FalconX Robotics and its Business Division. Snacks will be provided!

We hope to see you there.

 

Sincerely,

The FalconX Robotics Team

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 1/12/18




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents

 

 
 

Saturday, February 3

Pleasant Hill Community Center

 

This year we are using SignUp.com for the Athletic Boosters Crab Feed event volunteers. We rely heavily on volunteers to pull this event off. Please visit the site and scroll thru the many adult volunteer opportunities. You are sure to find something to fit your schedule.  
 

Here's how it works in 3 easy steps:  

  1. Click HERE to visit the site.
  2. Enter your email address: (You DO NOT need to register an account, simply click on GUEST)
  3. Review the opportunities and choose your spots; SignUp.com will send you an automated confirmation and reminders. Easy!

NOTE:  

SignUp.com does not share your email address with anyone. If you have any questions, please email Trisha Corey
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Posted by: Web master
Published: 1/9/18




Audience: Homepage, Parents, Homepage and Parents
 

Drug Awareness Parent Education Night 

Tuesday, January 9 

PTSA General Meeting at 6:00pm  

Drug Awareness Presentation at 7:00pm 

College Park Library
 

The PTSA is pleased to host an important discussion for both parents and students following our January meeting.  

 

Join us for an informative discussion with Jason Lechner, a licensed marriage and family therapist, about preventing substance abuse. For the last 15 years, Jason has worked in a number of the best adolescent and adult substance abuse treatment centers throughout the Bay Area. He has also lectured in many high schools to both students and parent education groups about the ever-changing nature of adolescent substance abuse and honest and straightforward prevention efforts.  

 

The lecture will cover basic science of addiction specific to adolescent brain chemistry and the current picture of marijuana and other drug use among teens.  He will also give some prevention and intervention tips specific for parents. Both parents and students are welcome to attend. 

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 1/9/18




Audience: College & Career Center, Homepage, College & Career Center, College & Career Center and Homepage

Hello Seniors!!!

 

If you would like to learn more about the programs, degrees, and benefits of going to DVC, please attend this information session on Thursday, January 25th during RTI.

 

The session will be led by a DVC representative in College Park's MU. In order to attend you need to get a pass from Ms. Lowe in the College and Career Center before school or during lunch or brunch. The last day to attain a pass is Wednesday the 24th during lunch.

 

The passes are not transferable and numbered. On the pass you will need your regular RTI teacher's signature and check-in for attendance on the day of the performance. Then go to the MU after checking-in with your RTI teacher, and hand the signed pass to the teacher at the main entry door of the MU. All passes will be checked with the sign out sheet to make sure that anyone that received a pass is attending the performance. 

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Posted by: HEATHER LOWE
Published: 1/8/18




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents

Hello Amazing Bakers!

 

We are sending you this message on behalf of the College Park High School Boosters Crab Feed Committee.  The annual crab feed/auction will take place  on Saturday, February 3rd, 2018, at the Pleasant Hill Community Center.  We are in charge of the dessert auction for the event.  We're reaching out to all the school’s bakers and asking for dessert donations to be auctioned off.  We aren’t picky and will take anything you are willing to donate to us.  We would like desserts to be delivered to the Pleasant Hill Community Center on the date of the event from noon - 2pm.  

If you can help with a donation, please send us an email at jjpacheco531@yahoo.com and kjscharff@gmail.com and let us know what item you will be donating.

We would like to emphasis that we want all dessert presentations to look elegant and classy and be delivered in a disposable container or cake box.  


Thanks so much! 

Jesica Pacheco (jjpacheco531@yahoo.com)

and 

Katherine Scharff (kjscharff@gmail.com)

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 1/3/18




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents

 

 
 

The CPHS Visual Arts Boosters would like to thank the entire College Park community for the great support that was shown to the visual arts students at the Winter Showcase & Craft Fair on Fri., Dec. 15. Thanks Falcons! 

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 12/22/17




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents
If you are interested in swimming for College Park in 2018, please register at www.collegeparkaquatics.com to start receiving valuable information about the upcoming season.  

Suit/apparel ordering will open on Sat., Jan. 6and our first team meeting is on Wed., Jan. 24.  

If you have any questions please contact Kathy@collegeparkaquatics.com.
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Posted by: Web master
Published: 12/22/17




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents

The talented singers of the award-winning CPHS choir program have been invited to sing the national anthem for the world famous Harlem Globetrotters for their game at 2:00pm on Sat., Jan. 13 at the Oracle Arena. 

 

The Globetrotter organization has reserved a block of tickets in the 122 section for the College Park/Pleasant Hill community. 

 

Please click here to access the form to order these special discount tickets, which can be emailed or held at will call.

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 12/22/17




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents

Work Permits will not be processed over the Winter Break. They will be processed upon return from Winter Break starting Monday, January 8.  The final deadline to turn in work permits to be processed before the break is Friday, December 22 at noon.

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 12/19/17




Audience: Homepage and Homepage
 
 
Did you know MDUSD offers Drivers Education classes to District high school students who are at least 15 years old?

It is a DMV-approved course and there is no charge. Enrollment is ongoing, except during school breaks.

Please click here to download a flyer with important information and instructions.
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Posted by: Web master
Published: 12/19/17




Audience: Calendar, Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Calendar, Homepage and Parents
First semester will end before Christmas this year. The bell schedule for finals is as follows:
Wed., Dec. 20 1st period final 8:00am-10:00am
  brunch 10:00am-10:30am
  2nd period final 10:38am-12:38pm
Thurs., Dec. 21 3rd period final
8:00am-10:00am
  brunch 10:00am-10:38am
  4th period final 10:38am-12:38pm
Fri., Dec. 22 5th period final 8:00am-10:00am
  brunch 10:00am-10:38am
  6th period final 10:38am-12:38pm

Second semester will begin on Mon., Jan. 8, 2018.
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Posted by: Web master
Published: 12/19/17




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents
 
 

If you took the PSAT at College Park in October, then your score is available two different ways.

 

It is available in a student's CollegeBoard account OR students can stop by S7 for a hard copy of their scores during lunch.

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 12/17/17




Audience: Homepage and Homepage
 
 
I am looking for bakers who can bake 2-3 dozen of their favorite cookies for the staff at CP! I will putting bags of cookies together to distribute to the staff next week! 

I need all cookies by this Sun., Dec. 17. If you can help, please email Jennifer Tipton
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Posted by: Web master
Published: 12/17/17




Audience: College & Career Center, Homepage, College & Career Center, College & Career Center and Homepage

Come to the College and Career Center (S7) on Friday, January 19th at 7:15 for coffee and donuts with counselors. 

 

This is a perfect time to ask questions about the college application process in a more personal environment.

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Posted by: HEATHER LOWE
Published: 12/13/17




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents

Do you have an extra coat or two? It’s not too late to donate it! Hailey Burns @ CPHS is holding a One Warm Coat Drive and collecting clean, gently worn coats of all types and sizes. Help Hailey reach her goal of 250 coats. Donations will be accepted through December 22 in Student Services South. Donated coats will be distributed in our local community.

 

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 12/12/17




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents
 
 

The bands of the College Park Instrumental Music program will present their Winter Concert tonight at 7:00pm in the CPHS multi-use room.

 

The program will feature three of CP's bands with plenty of holiday and winter fun. Hope to see you there!

 

On Thurs., Dec. 14 there will be a special RTI Jazz Concert featuring both jazz bands. The concert will be in the school day during RTI and parents/friends are welcome to attend at  11:30am in the CPHS multi-use room. Free admission.

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 12/12/17




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents

Each year the College Park PTSA organizes a "Holiday Outreach" program for those College Park families in need of extra help. The College Park teachers and staff have identified about 50 students in need. Our plan is to provide each of these families with a $50 gift card to Target to assist in making their holidays special. 

We have received less than $2,000 to date. Please remember that any donation amount will make a difference to these Falcon families.

 
To make a donation online:

  • Select this link for the PTSA webstore 
  • Go to Donation, then select Outreach Program and make a donation of any amount    

To make a donation by check:

  • Please make a check payable to College Park PTSA. Write "Holiday Outreach" on the memo line of your check
  • You or your child can drop it off in the main office, or
  • You can mail your check to: College Park PTSA/Holiday Outreach, 201 Viking Drive, Pleasant Hill, CA 94523

All donations are tax deductible and are needed as soon as possible to be given out for the holiday season. (Donations received after Winter Break will support our year-round CP Outreach program helping students in need. Donations for this program are accepted year round.)

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 12/12/17




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Our 6th Annual Candlelight Concert series will feature performances by the Women's Ensemble,  Concert Choir, Flockapella, String Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra and Symphony Orchestra.  Enjoy classical and seasonal favorites performed in the beautiful setting of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church in Pleasant Hill

Friday December 8th

Two performances:  6 pm and 8 pm

St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, Pleasant Hill

$10 general admission, $5 students, seniors and staff

Purchase tickets at: https://sites.google.com/site/collegeparkchoirs/

 

 

 

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 12/8/17




Audience: Homepage and Homepage
 
 

If you weren't able to participate in Outdoor Education this fall, you can reapply for the spring! Outdoor Education is a chance for students to be camp counselors for elementary students. 

 

Students need to fill out this application and get approval from several teachers and one administrator in order to apply. It is strongly recommended that students attend the training session on Mon. Dec. 11 from 2:40-4:00pm in the library, and bring a completed application with them. 


Please contact Lauren Johnson if you have further questions.
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Posted by: Web master
Published: 12/8/17




Audience: Homepage and Homepage
 
 
The Pleasant Hill Education Commission is proud to present a city-wide Hour of Code Event, part of the global movement that introduces students of all ages to computer science.

 

This FREE event is open to Pleasant Hill students in K-12 grades.

 

When:  Fri., Dec. 8

Time: 3:00 to 6:00pm

Place: Large Community Room, Pleasant Hill City Hall at 100 Gregory Lane

 

For more information about the event or to register, please go to https://www.pleasanthillcodes.com/#.

 

For a printed flyer, click here.

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 12/8/17




Audience: Homepage and Homepage
 
 

Our second pre-season swim team meeting for all students interested in participating will be held on Fri., Dec. 8 at lunchtime on the CP pool deck.

 

Contact Head Coach Vicky Dewey at (775) 762-0562 or vicky@collegeparkaquatics.com if you have questions.

 

We will discuss the new swimsuit and try-on dates. We will also have preliminary schedules to distribute. It is important to attend this meeting if you are planning on swimming. Even if you were at the first meeting, you need to attend this one to receive new swim team information.

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 12/8/17




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents
 
 
Congratulations once again to College Park's Reflections participants. All of our entries have been chosen to move to the next level of judging and will compete at the PTA 32nd District level.

Please offer congratulations to:

Quinn Erickson-Photography

Gisela Tolentino-Visual Arts

Will Michael-Literature

Tessa Collins-Literature

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 12/7/17




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents
 
 
Web Grants Workshop, Thurs., Dec. 14

If you filled out FAFSA/Dream Act and applied to California colleges, you could be eligible for a Cal Grant! 

 

To find out  if you received one, you need to have filled out your FAFSA/Dream Act by Nov. 20 to allow for enough processing time. I can help you set up a Web Grants account after your FAFSA or Dream Act has processed. You will need to know your Social Security number or Dream Act ID. 


Come to the Computer Lab in the library after school on Thurs., Dec. 14 from 2:40-4:00pm. It takes less than 10 minutes if you enter in your personal information correctly. Contact Ms. Lowe if you have questions.

 

Common Application Workshop, Mon., Dec. 18

Are you applying to schools using the Common Application? If yes and you'd like some help getting started, or you have some very specific questions about the application, please come to the Computer Lab in the library on Mon., Dec. 18.

We will be there from 2:40-4:00pm. Please contact Ms. Lowe  if you have questions.  
 

Attention Seniors who have applied to a CSU or UC campus

You need to check your email on a regular basis. Every school will eventually email you to set up a portal, and you need to create that portal to receive important updates from them. If schools are missing part of your application, they only contact you through those modes of communication. This is very important!

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 12/5/17




Audience: Homepage and Homepage
 
 
Our annual "Poetry Out Loud" competition will take place in the library on Thurs., Jan. 18. The winner will represent College Park at the county competition on Sat., Feb. 10.  

The state winner will receive an all-expenses paid trip for two to Washington D.C. where they will compete for $20,000.  Please stop by the library for more information and an entry form before Thurs., Dec. 7.
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Posted by: Web master
Published: 12/5/17




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents
 
The CPHS Concert Choir has been invited back to sing the national anthem for the Golden State Warriors at the Oracle Arena for their game against the New York Knicks on Tues., Jan. 23 at 7:00pm. 

The Warriors organization has generously provided a small block of Club 200 tickets at a discount (box office price, no markup, taxes or convenience fees) for College Park families to enjoy the game. 
 

Click here for the order form and payment details. The completed order form and payment need to be delivered to the CPHS choir room (M-2). The tickets will sell out very soon (last year they sold out within 48 hours) and are only available on a first come, first served basis. No reservations accepted without payment. For questions, email choir director Mr. Rockwell.

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 12/4/17




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

 

 
 
Join us this Saturday (Dec. 2) from 9:00-11:00am in the newly- replanted College Park garden for some light gardening work. 

Bring your own gloves; we'll provide the tools. Parents and students welcome.
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Posted by: Web master
Published: 12/1/17




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

 

 
 
To be guaranteed a 2017/2018 yearbook you must purchase a yearbook by today (Fri., Dec 1). Cost is $100.00.
 

You can purchase a yearbook on the CPHS webstore or at the Treasurer's office at brunch and lunch. We ran out of yearbooks last year, so get yours ordered today!

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 12/1/17




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

 

 
 
Eat at Chipotle on Thurs., Dec. 7 to support College Park softball.
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Posted by: Web master
Published: 11/30/17




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents

 

 
 

Please come out and support Visual Arts at College Park at our biggest fundraiser of the year, featuring artwork and crafts by College Park students. 

 

Winter Showcase & Craft Fair

Friday, December 15

 5:00-9:00pm

College Park's Multi-use room

   

Please click here for additional details.

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 11/29/17




Audience: College & Career Center, Homepage, College & Career Center, College & Career Center and Homepage

Hello Senior Parents and Senior Falcons!

As you know, after you apply to a CSU (or any college for that matter) you need to send in your official SAT scores from collegeboard. The deadline to send in your SAT scores is not the same as the application deadline (which is tomorrow), but the deadline for SATs varies between each school.

In order for all of your CSUs to receive your SATs, you do not need to send your SAT to each CSU but instead send it using this code on Collegeboard: 3594.

This is really important, because I just found this out and have been telling students differently in workshops. I apologize, but this year CSUs explicitly stated that CSU mentor would be discontinued as their new application Cal State Apply is in use (3594 is the code for CSU Mentor).

Please stop by before school or during lunch if you need assistance, again I apologize for the confusion.

Best,

Ms. Lowe

PS- If you read this even though you took the ACT, you do not need to send your ACT to CSUs using the code 3594, the original rule still applies that when you send your ACT to one school that it will be shared with all the CSUs you applied to

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Posted by: HEATHER LOWE
Published: 11/29/17




Audience: College & Career Center, Homepage, College & Career Center, College & Career Center and Homepage

Hello Seniors!

 

If you are applying to any schools using the Common Application, you need to have a well-written personal statement.

 

Come if you need help getting started. Come if you have a draft (bring your essay printed out). We will be  in the College and Career Center from 2:40-4PM on Monday, December 4th.

 

Contact Ms. Lowe if you have questions.

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Posted by: HEATHER LOWE
Published: 11/28/17




Audience: College & Career Center, Homepage, College & Career Center, College & Career Center and Homepage

Hello Seniors!

 

If you filled out FAFSA/Dream Act and applied to California colleges, you could be eligible for a Cal Grant! 

 

To find out  if you received one you need to have filled out your FAFSA/Dream Act by Nov. 20th to allow for enough processing time.

 

I can help you set up a Web Grants account after your FAFSA or Dream Act has processed. You will need to know your Social Security number or Dream Act ID. 

 

Come to the computer lab in the library after school on Thursday, December 14th from 2:40-4PM. It takes under ten minutes if you enter in you personal information correctly. Contact Ms. Lowe if you have questions.

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Posted by: HEATHER LOWE
Published: 11/28/17




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents
 
 
Our annual Poetry Out Loud competition will take place in the library on Thurs., Jan. 18.  The winner will represent College Park at the county competition on Sat., Feb. 10.  

The state winner will receive an all-expenses paid trip for two to Washington D.C. where they will compete for $20,000.  Please stop by the library for more information and an entry form before Fri., Nov. 17.  
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Posted by: Web master
Published: 11/17/17




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents

Mt. Diablo Unified School District assigns neighborhood schools based on where the student resides. We encourage parents/guardians to fully research the school options available, starting with the school of residence. Parents/Guardians may opt for a transfer to another school within MDUSD.

Parents/Guardians may opt for a transfer to another school within MDUSD. Intradistrict transfer requests can be made from now until Fri., Nov. 17.

 

Information provided in the below attachment(s) explains the transfer application process. English and Spanish versions are published below.

 

Refer to the district website for updates on the online transfer process.

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 11/17/17




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Students: please use this updated system to request to see your counselor!

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Posted by: Jazmin Orozco
Published: 11/16/17




Audience: College & Career Center, Homepage, College & Career Center, College & Career Center and Homepage

Hello Parents and Students!

 

The next coffee meeting will be on Friday, December 8th at 7:15 AM in the College and Career Center, S7.

 

Please come if you have questions about the college process and would like to ask questions in a smaller forum than a parent night.

 

Many private schools have January deadlines so this is a perfect time to ask if you have particular questions about those applications.

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Posted by: HEATHER LOWE
Published: 11/16/17




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents

Congratulations to the following winners of the PTA Reflections Art Contest:

  • Quinn Erickson-Photography
  • Gisela Tolentino-Visual Arts
  • Will Michael-Literature
  • Tessa Collins-Literature

Their work was inspirational!

Their pieces will move on to be judged at the Mt. Diablo Council Level.

College Park is very proud of you!

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 11/14/17




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PTSA General Meeting

Tues., Nov. 14 at 7:00pm

CP Library
 

Spend an hour with us on Tuesday night and find out what's going at College Park. This is always a great opportunity to meet other CP parents, teachers and Principal Joe Alvarez. 

Click here to view the meeting agenda. We hope to see you there!
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Posted by: Web master
Published: 11/14/17




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents

Framed and unframed panoramic pictures are available for purchase on the webstore  or in the Treasurer's office.

 

The cost is:

  • Framed              $40
  • Unframed           $20
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Posted by: Web master
Published: 11/13/17




Audience: Homepage and Homepage
 

If you would like to receive College and Career Center updates please join Ms. Lowe's Remind classroom!

 

Join my Remind classroom so you don't miss your appointment with me!

http://www.remind.com/join/96fdk3

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 11/10/17




Audience: College & Career Center, Homepage, College & Career Center, College & Career Center and Homepage

Hello Senior Parents and Students!

 

College Park will be hosting a financial aid night in the Multi-use Room at 5:30 on Wednesday, November 29th.

 

The speaker will be from Diablo Valley Community College's financial aid office, and she will cover many different parts of financial aid--from Cal Grant information to parts of financial aid packages. If you attended the Cash for College Night, this will presentation will cover not just FAFSA, so if you still need more information please attend.

 

Please email Ms. Lowe if you have any questions at LoweH@mdusd.org

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Posted by: HEATHER LOWE
Published: 11/8/17




Audience: College & Career Center, Homepage, College & Career Center, College & Career Center and Homepage

Hello Parents and Students,

 

The next coffee with college counselors is taking place on Thursday, November 9th at 7:15 AM in the College and Career Center, S7.

 

Please come if you have questions about college applications and would like more personal feedback around the college process. Counselors will also be focusing on important application details as deadlines are rapidly approaching.

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Posted by: HEATHER LOWE
Published: 11/8/17




Audience: Homepage and Homepage
A Totally Radical Midsummer Night's Dream was inspired by William Shakespeare and adapted by CPHS Drama students and their teacher.

Come join the fun tonight and Sat., Nov. 4, and Tues.-Thurs., Nov. 7-9 at 7:00pm in the College Park multi-use room. 

Come watch as Shakespeare is transported into an 80s nightclub complete with dancing and karaoke to an 80s soundtrack! It will most definitely be totally tubular.
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Posted by: Web master
Published: 11/7/17




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents
Tonight's football game will be Alhambra's Homecoming and they expect a good crowd.

 

The game begins at 7:00pm at Alhambra's field. 

 

Get your tickets in advance by clicking here. Skip the long lines at the gate. 

 

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 11/3/17




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents
Seniors: Orders for your caps/gowns and graduation announcements will be on Wed., Nov. 8 and Thurs., Nov. 9 during brunch and lunch in front of the Main Office.  

These are the only order days, so all seniors should place their grad orders at this time or online at Jostens.com.  
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Posted by: Web master
Published: 11/2/17




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents
Hello Seniors! Please join Ms. Lowe in the computer lab in the library after school on Mon., Nov. 6 from 2:40-4:00pm. 

We will go through the UC application screen by screen, and/or you can ask tricky UC questions to get your application finished.
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Posted by: Web master
Published: 11/2/17




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents
 
See how the ACT compares to the SAT after taking the PSAT a few weeks ago. Come to College Park on Sat., Nov. 4 for a practice ACT with AJ Tutoring.

After the test, you will receive your score report and free score breakdown session after school on Wed., Nov. 16.

Please email Patrick Hennes or phone him at 925-278-6311. The exam and score report analysis cost $20.

If you think you qualify for a fee waiver, please contact Ms. Lowe either during lunch in S7 or via email.
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Posted by: Web master
Published: 11/2/17




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents

Please join us for the 10th- and 11th-grade Parent Night on Thurs., Nov. 30 at 6:00pm in the CPHS multi-use room. 

 

The agenda will include important things students and families should be planning for regarding college and career goals, as well as Naviance and how useful this tool can be during these exploration years.  

 

If there are any 9th-grade parents that did not attend the Naviance Parent Night, please feel free to join us as well. Those that did attend Naviance night will find they received most of this information at that event.

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 11/1/17




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents

Senior Night - Friday, October 27th  

Berean Christian vs. CPHS (Berean’s home game at CPHS)

7:00 p.m. Varsity game only

 

This is Senior Night for both schools but Berean is the Home team.

 

PLEASE NOTE – since this is an away game for College Park, all students, with ID cards, will be charged $5 with a school ID.

Booster card members of all levels will also be charged $5 admission by showing their card.

General admission is $8

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 10/27/17




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents

Join us for a magical night of Grammy award-winning music performed by all our College Park bands and orchestras.  Our fundraiser gala includes magnificent silent and live auctions, a delectable dessert auction, and an exciting raffle with $2000 grand prize trip to LA Grammy style. 

For more information, please visit our website at http://cphsmusic.org/showcase-2017-a-night-at-the-grammys

 

Saturday, October 28, 2017

5:00-10:30 pm

Pleasant Hill Community Center

Admission: $75

 

Note:  All families in the instrumental music program will receive an invitation.  To purchase tickets, return  RSVP with payment or purchase online at http://www.biddingforgood.com/cpimb

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Posted by: Web Master
Published: 10/27/17




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents
 

Start your UC personal insight questions with the help of Ms. Lowe and Ms. Cohen in the College and Career Center, S7! The workshop will go from 2:40-4:00pm on Tues., Oct. 31.

 

If you've already started your essays and need some feedback, please come as well. Since there are not many computers, please print out any of the essays that you've started. Email Ms. Lowe if you have questions.

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 10/26/17




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents

Have you not started your CSU application yet? Do you have a question about a particular part of the Cal State Apply application?

 

Come to the computer lab in the library after school on Mon., Oct. 30 at 2:40pm. Ms. Lowe and Ms. Orozco will be leading application workshop until 4:00 to help seniors get through their CSU Applications. Email Ms. Lowe if you have questions.

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 10/26/17




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents

 

 
 
Mon., Oct. 30 is our Make-up Picture Day in the Library. Hours are to be determined. Wait for the announcement.
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Posted by: Web master
Published: 10/26/17




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents
 
 
A Totally Radical Midsummer Night's Dream was inspired by William Shakespeare and adapted by CPHS Drama students and their teacher.

Come join the fun on Wed.-Sat., Nov. 2-4, and Tues.-Thurs., Nov. 7-9 at 7:00pm in the College Park multi-use room. 

Come watch as Shakespeare is transported into an 80s nightclub complete with dancing and karaoke to an 80s soundtrack! It will most definitely be totally tubular.
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Posted by: Web Master
Published: 10/26/17




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents

Visit the Jostens website for more details at http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1006174/College-Park-High-School/

 

Event Date Time Location
SENIOR GRADUATION MEETING! (Will Rec. Your Grad  Packet) Nov 01 Noon Multi-Use Room 
Class Ring Order Day #1 (Jrs. & Srs.)    Nov 08               Brunch & Lunch  Outside of Main Offices
GRADUATION ORDER DAY! (Last Names A-M) Nov 08  Brunch & Lunch  Outside the Main Offices
Class Ring Order Day #2 (Jrs. & Srs.)  Nov 09  Brunch & Lunch  Outside of Main Offices
GRADUATION ORDER DAY! (Last Names N-Z) Nov 09 Brunch & Lunch   Outside the Main Offices
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Posted by: Web Master
Published: 10/26/17




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents

Senior Panorama Picture will be Thursday, November 2, 2017, during RTI 11:26-12:23 in the stadium.

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Posted by: Web Master
Published: 10/26/17




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents

Girls soccer tryouts will be held Mon., Nov. 6 through Fri., Nov. 10.

 

Bring cleats, shin guards, water, running shoes and wear white shirt to all tryouts.  NO club soccer apparel.

 

Important: To participate in tryouts all students must have completed the online Athletic Clearance (see the school 

website under the Athletics tab) which includes proof of insurance and a completed Pre-participation Physical Evaluation form signed by your medical doctor. Please understand students will not be allowed to tryout until the Athletic Clearance is completed.  

 

Date, Time and Location

Mon., Nov. 6          6:30-8:30pm - Turf 

Tues., Nov. 7          3:305:30pm - Grass or Turf

Wed., Nov. 8          6:30-8:30pm - Turf 

Thurs., Nov. 9        3:30-5:30pm - Grass or Turf

Fri., Nov. 10           6:30-8:30pm - Turf 

 

Tryouts will consist of the following: 

  • Agility Testing
  • 300 Yard Shuttle (2x)
  • 1.5 Mile Run (1x)
  • Small-sided Games
  • Full Scrimmage
  • Keepers

The rosters will be posted Saturday morning in the front of the school by the office.

 

Work hard and good luck,

Girls Soccer Coaching Staff

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 10/25/17




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents

Hello Parents and Students,

 

The next coffee with college counselors is taking place on Thursday, November 9th at 7:15 AM in the College and Career Center.

 

Please come if you have questions about college applications and would like more personal feedback around the college process. Counselors will also be focusing on important application details as deadlines are rapidly approaching.

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Posted by: Web Master
Published: 10/25/17




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents
The 2017 MDUSD College Fair will be held tonight (Tues., Oct. 24) at Ygnacio Valley High School.

Please click here to download a flyer about the event.

Please consider volunteering to help at this great event. Students are welcome as helpers too! Click here to sign up to help.
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Posted by: Web Master
Published: 10/24/17




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents

College park High School will be conducting a donation drive for our fire stricken neighbors in Santa Rosa.  We have been in contact with the administration at Maria Carillo High School and they have provided a wish list of needs for their students, over 140 of whom are now without a home. 

 

Our ASB students will be collecting items all this week from 7am-7:45am before school.  

 

The item requested are: three ring binders, dividers, lined paper reams, graphing paper reams, pencils, pens, highlighters, eraser, pencil pouches, Texas instrument T130XIIS Calculators, and planners - also in need of basic needs gift cards.

 

Thank you for being a Falcon supporter and helping our friends from the North Bay.

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Posted by: Web Master
Published: 10/22/17




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents

Attention Falcon Families,

 

Our winter sport season is right around the corner.  College Park winter sports include boys and girls basketball, boys and girls soccer, and wrestling. 

 

The first day of practice and tryouts for our winter teams will be Monday, November 6th.  To participate in tryouts all students must have completed the online Athletic Clearance which includes proof of insurance and  a completed Pre-Participation Physical Evaluation form signed by your medical doctor.  Visit the ATHLETICS PAGE of the website for details.

 

Please understand that students will not be allowed to practice until the Athletic Clearance is completed. 

 

Practice times and locations will be posted on the website shortly. 

 

To help answer questions and provide more detailed information we will be holding our Winter Sports Parent Information meeting in the main gym on Monday, October 23rd at 7:00pm.  Please plan on attending to hear from our Athletic Director, Administration, Athletic Trainer, Booster Club, and Coaches. 

 

Go Falcons!!!

Jim Keck, Athletic Director

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Posted by: Web Master
Published: 10/20/17




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents

Check out https://gofan.co/CollegeParkFalcons to purchase tickets.

 

See attachment below for more information

 

 

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Posted by: Web Master
Published: 10/20/17




Audience: Homepage, Parents, Homepage and Parents
See how the ACT compares to the SAT after taking the PSAT a few weeks ago. Come to College Park on Sat., Nov. 4 for a practice ACT with AJ Tutoring.

After the test, you will receive your score report and free score breakdown session after school on Wed., Nov. 16.

If you think you qualify for a fee waiver, please contact Ms. Lowe either during lunch in S7 or via email

More details to follow on the price and time of the practice test.
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Posted by: Web Master
Published: 10/19/17




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents
 
 
The first pre-season meeting of the College Park Swim team will be on Fri., Nov. 3 at lunch on the CP pool deck.

Contact Head Coach Vicky Dewey (775) 762-0562 if you have questions. We will have preliminary schedules to hand out. It is important to attend if you are interested so you can receive new swim team information.
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Posted by: Web Master
Published: 10/19/17




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents
 
A family-friendly Halloween treat performed by our Drama II students, complete with all the fun costumes and make-up that makes All Hallow's Eve the most fun, is on Wed., Oct. 25 and Thurs., Oct. 26 at 7:00pm in D-1. We hope you will join us!
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Posted by: Web Master
Published: 10/19/17




Audience: Our School, Homepage, Our School, Students, Students and Homepage

All senior portraits need to be taken by Nov 10th in order to appear in the yearbook. Seniors need to make an appointment.

 

If you want to do a yearbook only sitting, you need to call the studio to make your appointment (as stated on the attached flyer). 

 

Please go to https://ci.sessionselector.com/ to schedule an appointment.

 

Any questions, please reach out to Ms. Valerie Kriger at krigerv@mdusd.org.

 

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 10/19/17




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents

If your student is a senior, it is very important that they register for an SAT or ACT as soon as possible. Sites can fill up closer to the registration deadline, and it is unfortunate when a student needs to travel far to take an important test before 7:00am on a Saturday morning. 

In addition, the colleges or universities that your student are applying to will stop accepting test scores that are taken after a certain date. For UCs a student cannot take a test after December 2017 and for CSUs dates are TBA. If your student needs a fee waiver, have them come see Ms. Lowe in the Career Center, S7.

Sign-up for the SAT at: College Board
Sign-up for the ACT at: ACT
 
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Posted by: Web Master
Published: 10/19/17




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents

 

Scholastic Publishing is having a "Student Poetry Contest" with a $500 first-place prize! 

If you are interested, please see Mrs. Shumate in the library for an entry form and more details. The deadline to enter is Wed., Nov. 8.
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Posted by: Web Master
Published: 10/18/17




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents

The 5th Annual MDUSD College Fair will be held at Ygnacio Valley High School on Tuesday, October 24. Come and volunteer to help make this a successful event You can click on the link and sign up!

 

Click here now: 5th Annual MDUSD College Fair

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 10/17/17




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents
Submit your design for a new Pleasant Hill library and College Park could win $200.

Any youth living in or attending Pleasant Hill schools (K-12) is invited to participate. Designs are due at the library by Tues., Oct. 31.

Click here to download a flyer with more information and the submission form.
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Posted by: Web Master
Published: 10/12/17




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents
FPHE (Foundation for Pleasant Hill Education) is announcing a grant opportunity for students at College Park. The Foundation is offering grants of up to $500 to improve the student learning experience in Pleasant Hill.

Applications must be received at FPHE by Fri., Oct. 27.

Click here to download more information and an application form.
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Posted by: Web Master
Published: 10/12/17




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Hello Senior Parents and Students!

 

Cash for College Night is scheduled for Wednesday, October 25th beginning at 5PM in the library.

 

Cash for College is a great chance to fill out your FAFSA/Dream Act line by line with the help of financial aid experts. Every senior needs to fill out their FAFSA/Dream Act to have access to financial aid for college.

 

To participate every family will need to bring their 2016 income taxes, W2s, bank statements, and social security numbers.

 

Contact Ms. Lowe if you have any questions, loweh@mdusd.net.

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Posted by: HEATHER LOWE
Published: 10/11/17




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents

CLICK HERE for a listing of Administrator Roles and Responsibilities for the current year.

 

Or visit the School Administrators Page of the website.

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 10/10/17




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents
Pleasant Hill Middle School's Talk Solutions Speaker Series has scheduled Simone Marean as a guest speaker on Wed., Nov. 8 at 7:00pm at Pleasant Hill Middle School. All schools within the College Park  Feeder Pattern are invited to attend.

One of the main topics Simone will be discussing is relational aggression, commonly known as "girl drama," and how important it is for us to be teaching young people assertive communication and healthy problem-solving.  

Click here to download a flyer with additional information. The presentation is approximately 60 minutes followed by a 30-minute Q&A.
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Posted by: Web master
Published: 10/6/17




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents
Let us fill your holiday event with the magic of music!

The College Park High School choir program's Holiday Dickens Carolers will add just the right touch to your holiday party. Dressed in festive Victorian garb, these talented singers will delight your guests with a merry set of beloved carols and seasonal classics.

Please see the choir website page for more info: https://sites.google.com/site/collegeparkchoirs/home/holiday-dickens-carolers.
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Posted by: Web master
Published: 9/25/17




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents
"Within Reach" is the theme for the PTSA's Reflections Art program. This is an art contest put on by the California State PTA and has been encouraging young artists since 1969.

All students attending PTA schools sponsoring the program are invited to participate and submit original artwork in one of six areas:
  • Dance/choreography
  • Literature
  • Photography
  • Film production
  • Music composition
  • Visual arts

You may refer to the California State PTA website for more information and entry guidelines. You can also click here to download an informational flyer.


Entries will be due Thurs., Oct. 26. Submit entries to the Reflections Box in Student Services South. If you have questions please contact Sharon Steele at 925-768-6242 or via e-mail at steeleheads@astound.net.

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Posted by: Web Master
Published: 9/25/17




Audience: Homepage, Students, Students, Parents, Homepage and Parents

Ms. Heather Lowe, our new College and Career Adviser, has published our School Profile for 2017.  Please download the attachment below to view.

 

Remember to visit the College and Career Center webpage regularly to keep informed.

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Posted by: Web master
Published: 9/25/17