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Principal's Message: Bell Schedule 2015-2016

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Dear CPHS Parents, 

After careful consideration, numerous discussions, and input from students and parents, the CPHS teachers have determined the Hybrid Schedule with RTI would best address the learning needs of all students more


Principals Message - Standardized Test Update

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Dear Parents,

As we move into spring, we are nearing the time when students will participate in the annual state tests. This year, teachers at College Park High School are helping students learn and presenting course information in new ways more


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College Park High School Cheer Clinic and Try-outs

College Park High School Cheer Clinic and Try-outs are right around the corner.

Important Dates:

  • May 6, 2015 - Parent meeting at 6:30 p.m. in the Library
  • May 11-12, 2015 - Cheer Clinic  5:30 - 7:30 p.m.
  • May 13, 2015 - Tryout - 5:30 7:30 p.m.

If you have any questions please email info@collegeparkcheer.com.

Posted by: Web master
Published: 4/17/15

See Me Thrive - CP Photography Exhibit at Pleasant Hill City Hall Opens April 20th

AJA Project Flyer 2015-Side 1_Page_1.jpgOpening: April 20th, 6.00 - 8.00 p.m. Meet students, teachers and supporters.

Exhibit: April 21st - May 5th, during business hours. (M, T, W from 8:30-5pm, TH from 8:30-6pm, and F from 8:30-1pm)

Pleasant Hill City Hall, 100 Gregory Lane, Pleasant Hill, CA 94523

Students at College Park High School are excited to announce their upcoming photographic exhibit: See Me Thrive. Through their photographs, students examine what it means to thrive versus merely survive by uncovering strengths in themselves and others on their school campus.

See Me Thrive was made possible by the California Safe and Supportive Schools (S3) grant-a statewide initiative to improve academic achievement by understanding and improving school climate. The AjA Project, based in San Diego, specializes in youth-based participatory photography programs. Under the S3 program, AjA has been working in College Park classrooms, coaching students and teachers on techniques for “going deep” and using photography as a tool not only to identify issues but to also envision solutions.

We hope you will come share students’ discoveries about what’s working at College Park and what we can improve.

Posted by: Web Master
Published: 4/15/15

Summer School 2015

MDUSD Summer Credit Recovery 2015 applications are now available.  Please CLICK HERE to access the application (or download the attached file below).

Applications must be fully completed and can be turned in Student Services South (outside of Mr. Burstein’s office) during brunch and lunch on Thursday, April 16th and Friday, April 17th.  After April 17th applications may be turned directly to an administrator until May 15th.  Seniors will have priority to register for classes.  Summer school classes are for remedial credit recovery only.

Parents will receive notification from the district office if their student is selected to attend summer school.  

Posted by: Web master
Published: 4/13/15

CAASPP Parent and Guardian Letter

Dear Parent or Guardian,

This spring, students in grades three through eight and grade eleven will take part in the first statewide administration of the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP). 

These computer-based tests will replace the former paper-based, multiple-choice assessments in English language arts/literacy (ELA) and math.  The science tests will still be paper-based.  

Please click on the flyer below for full details about this important testing process.

Posted by: Web master
Published: 4/2/15

Scholarship Opportunities

Students: Scholarship opportunities are available and deadlines are approaching. There are scholarships available for many different applicant pools so please don't miss your chance to take advantage.

To learn more, please  read the Falcon Flyer below or click on the SCHOLARSHIPS tab of the College & Career website to learn about the opportunities and applications process.    

Posted by: Web master
Published: 3/31/15

Falcon Flyer - Friday Edition

Senior Picnic is today
The Senior Picnic is today. All students who are signed up to go must be present for their 0-1-2 periods.

After an announcement, students who are going to Senior Picnic will be released from their classes. All other seniors who are not going to Senior Picnic should plan to be in their classes all day.

Pleasant Hill Rotary offering scholarships to College Park students; deadline is today!
College Park seniors should consider applying for one of the scholarships offered by the Pleasant Hill Rotary Club. They include:
  • The Will Fulton Interact Memorial Scholarship

This $1,000 scholarship honors Will Fulton, College Park's first Interact Club president, and is designed to reward involvement in Interact.

  • The Rotary Scholarship

This $1,000 scholarship is awarded based on leadership ability, school involvement, community service and future goals. GPA is important but not paramount.

  • The Jim Nunes Performing Arts Scholarship

This $1,000 scholarship honors Jim Nunes, founder of the Rotary-sponsored Star Quest Youth Talent productions. It is awarded to a College Park senior who will be pursuing studies in the performing arts.


Click here to download an application for all three scholarships. The deadline is today (Fri., Apr. 17).

Scholarship for College Park female athletes; applications due today!
Weis Family Scholarship applications are now being accepted (click here to download instructions) until today (Fri., Apr. 17).  Turn in the application to the Career Center or to Mrs. Frank in SSS. 

Requirements to apply: 
  • female
  • CPHS senior
  • scholar athlete
  • participated in community service
This scholarship award is $2000.

Apply for the College Park Memorial scholarship; deadline is today!
The College Park Memorial Scholarship was implemented in April 2011 to remember Mary Lee, College Park High School Registrar. Mrs. Lee passed away on March 22, 2011. She worked in the Mount Diablo Unified School District for 15 years. She will be remembered for her enthusiastic willingness to help anyone in need. Her kindness and twinkling smile are legendary. 
The scholarship is specifically targeted at students who have exhibited determination and persistence in the face of adversity. Click here to download an application. The deadline for application submission is today (Fri., Apr. 17).

PTSA scholarship applications due today
The 2015 College Park PTSA scholarship application is now available. The PTSA will be awarding up to ten $750 scholarships to graduating seniors who are going on to a two- or four-year college, vocational, or technical school.
Applicants are evaluated based on their demonstration of personal success and the ability and desire to share their talents with others to make a difference in their community through school or community service. Scholarship recipients must meet a minimum academic standard.   
Click here for more information and to download an application. The application deadline is today (Fri., Apr. 17).

Boys' lacrosse yard sale needs your stuff!
Please donate your  new, used and unwanted items to a great cause! The CP LAX team is hosting its 2nd annual Yard Sale on Thurs., Apr. 30, Fri., May 1, and Sat., May 2. 

You can drop your donations off at Public Storage, 901 Arnold Drive, Martinez this Sat., Apr. 18 from 12:00-4:00pm. Otherwise another time can be arranged by calling Kendra Campos at (925) 766-9034  to schedule a drop off time.

All donations are tax deductible.  

CP photography students featured in exhibit at City Hall
Students at College Park High School are excited to announce their upcoming photographic exhibit: See Me Thrive. Through their photographs, students examine what it means to thrive versus merely survive by uncovering strengths in themselves and others on their school campus.

The exhibit opening will be held at Pleasant Hill City Hall (100 Gregory Lane) on Mon., April 20 from 6:00-8:00pm. Come meet students, teachers and supporters.

Then come back and enjoy the exhibit from Thurs., Apr. 21-Fri., May 5, during City Hall business hours (M, T, W 8:30-5pm, TH 8:30-6pm, F 8:30-1pm).

See Me Thrive was made possible by the California Safe and Supportive Schools (S3) grant--a statewide initiative to improve academic achievement by understanding and improving school climate.

The AjA Project, based in San Diego, specializes in youth-based participatory photography programs. Under the S3 program, AjA has been working in College Park classrooms, coaching students and teachers on techniques for "going deep" and using photography as a tool not only to identify issues but to also envision solutions. We hope you will come share students' discoveries about what's working at College Park and what we can improve.

Support Class of 2018 next week
The Class of 2018 will be having a yummy fundraiser at Mountain Mike's Pizza from Mon., Apr. 20 -Fri., Apr. 24.

Pick up a flyer in SSN or just mention that you're from CP!  We will be having the fundraiser in the Concord location next to Clayton Bowl.

Student Store sale--everything must go!
Everything is on sale in the Student Store from Mon., Apr. 20-Thurs., Apr. 23, and all items must go! 

Everything from shirts and shorts to sports packs and water bottles will be on sale! Make your purchase at the Treasurer's office, and pick up your merchandise in the quad.  Quantities are limited.

Spring musical opens next week
The College Park Drama Department is currently in rehearsal for its spring musical: "The Rocky Horror Show."

Mark your calendars to attend one of the following performances:
Thurs., Apr. 23 7:00pm
Sat., Apr. 25
Wed., Apr. 29
Fri., May 1
Sat., May 2
Tickets will be sold at the door and cost $5/students & staff, $12/general. Please note this production may not be suitable for young children.

Reusable bag fundraiser for Grad Nite
Grad Nite is having a reusable bag fundraiser with CHICOBAG; there are different bags to choose from and some as low as $6.00!

You can click here to download a catalog or pick up the catalog in Student Services North.

The order form is the last page, print it, place your order (please print student's name clearly--no need for room # and teacher) and then turn it in to the Grad Nite box in Student Services North.

Things to know:
  • Sales tax is built into the bag price (you do not have to collect tax from your customers)
  • We pack the orders for each student who turns in an order form
  • Last day for orders will be Fri., Apr. 24

Don't slink away, it's time to spring into action!
How you can help the PTSA?

We are in the process of determining next year's Executive Board and Committee Chairs, and maybe you have what it takes to be a part of the team. 

Yes, it's true, there are some big spots being vacated due to folks graduating with their seniors this year, among them: president, secretary and treasurer. But of the more than 20 positions available, 78% of them are filled! This could be your opportunity to work with, and learn from, a great group of folks. 

Curious if this would be a fit for you? Contact a member of the Nominating Committee and find out: Marian Bachofer, Nathalie Keating, Jan Baldwin or Tricia Tamura-Li.

Last chance to get a yearbook
If you have not bought a yearbook, order yours today.  See the Treasurer if you would like to purchase one. 

The price is $100 before Thurs., April 30; price goes up to $110 starting Fri., May 1. There are fewer than than 150 copies left!

CPHS Cheer Clinic and try-outs are right around the corner
Important dates to remember for cheerleading.
Wed., May 6  - Parent meeting at 6:30pm in the CP library
Mon., May 11-Tues., May 12 - Cheer Clinic from 5:30-7:30pm
Wed., May 13 - Tryouts from 5:30-7:30pm
If you have any questions please email info@collegeparkcheer.com.

Cap & gown delivery May 7
Seniors! Caps and gowns will be given out on Thurs., May 7 during brunch and lunch.

MDUSD Community Meeting for College Park area scheduled for May 7
During the month of April and in early May, Mt. Diablo Unified School District will be conducting Community Meetings at high schools throughout the District. 

Please join Superintendent Dr. Nellie Meyer, District staff, parents and community members to learn about progress on the District's LCAP (Local Control Accountability Plan) and implementation of the Common Core State Standards.

Click here to download the updated Spring Community Meetings flyer for dates and locations of the meetings. This information is also posted on your school's Peachjar, which can be found on the CPHS website

Please note: The meeting originally scheduled for April 2 at College Park High School has been rescheduled to May 7.   We look forward to seeing you at an upcoming Community Meeting.

East Bay College Connection Fair at St. Mary's College on Sat., May 9
Mark your calendars for the Saint Mary's College Fair on Sat., May 9 from 1:00-4:00pm.

In addition to more than 150 colleges and universities, there will be a counseling center and presentations on topics such as The Student Athlete, Financial Aid (in English and Spanish), colleges for students with learning differences, and First in the Family to College. Please plan to take BART to Orinda and then take a free shuttle bus to and from the campus. Parking will be a nightmare!

Students who would like to volunteer to help at the fair should sign up with Mrs. Welsh in the Career Center. Volunteers work shifts so there will be plenty of time for them to visit the colleges at the fair.  For more info go to stmarys-ca.edu/ebcc.

Do you need Summer School? See your VP
If you need Summer School, please make an appointment to review your transcript with your Vice Principal or Counselor. During the review, the Vice Principal or Counselor will complete the Google Form. When the form is complete and submitted online, the registration is complete. The deadline to submit Summer School forms is Fri., May 15.

Students will be mailed a confirmation of enrollment and school site in early June. The appointment should take no longer than 15 minutes.

Attention all seniors! Get your Grad Nite tickets now
The current ticket price is $115. Tickets can purchased online by visiting the Athletic Boosters website or pasting this link in your browser: https://cphsathleticboosters.revtrak.net/tek9.asp?pg=products&grp=6. Tickets have been on sale all year and increase $5 the first day of each month.

Without giving away too many surprises, it is a non-stop party of food, indoor and out games, music, dancing, casino gambling, spa treatments, bowling, prizes and entertainment!

Permission slips can be found outside the Treasurer's office and can be left in the Grad Nite basket in Student Services North; a ticket and permission slip are both necessary to attend.
Parent volunteers! More than 150 parent volunteers make Grad Nite special! Please visit our website to see how you can help; or sign up using this link to Volunteer Spot.

Additional information can be found on the website:  www.cpgradnite.com.
Email cpgradnite@gmail.com if you have any questions.

It's time to make Memory Boards for Grad Nite
It's time to prepare 2015 Senior Memory Boards for Grad Nite. Memory Boards are laminated mementos of your favorite senior which are displayed at Grad Nite and then sent home with the senior.

Very specific instructions need to be followed! Pick up your Memory Board in the Main Office by June 2. Click here to download instructions and email Ellen Javete if you have questions.

Order your Memory Wall Tiles now
Have you ordered a Memory Tile for the wall outside the library yet? Each tile is custom engraved to your specifications and can commemorate any student, family, event, group, team, or activity at College Park.

Need an original way to thank a special teacher or coach?  Order a Memory Tile for them. Want to mark your student's special accomplishment? Order a Memory Tile, and your sentiment will be preserved and proudly displayed.

I need many more orders to submit a full order to the engraver this year. Just eight weeks to the deadline!

The deadline for ordering Memory Tiles this year is Fri., June 12. Tiles are either $50 and $55 and all proceeds benefit Grad Nite 2015. Order form is available by clicking here. Pay online at the CPHS Boosters webstore or you can send a check (address on order form).

Please email Catherine Burnham with any questions.

CPTV needs sports anchors
CPTV is looking for students to conduct interviews with student athletes, cover CP sporting events, and produce the sports section of video yearbook for the coming year. Please see Mr. Renaud in S-5 if you're interested.

Principal's Message:School Climate

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Today: 4/20/15

College & Career

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Follow our Measure C Facility Projects

Due to a restructuring of Measure C bonds in Spring 2012, College Park High School was allocated approximately $6.7 million for projects involving facilities and equipment.  To read more about the CPHS Stadium Facility Project, click here (page 2).


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